tv KRON 4 Early News KRON September 30, 2013 4:00am-6:01am PDT
>> top stories we are following on this monday morning. an emotional plea by the family of a dodgers fan stabbed to death. they're asking for the public's help in identifying >> a twin engine airplane enroute to santa monica from idaho-- crashed into a storage hangar. details on what caused the crash next. >> and only on 4 - a san mateo sheriff is behind bars accused of sex crimes against a child. details next. >> the southbound highway 101 to eastbound i-80 interchange has reopened-- after a fiery car blocked the roadway for about an hour this morning officers responded to a report of a crash at about midnight.
the solo- car crashed into the center divide and then caught on fire. a sig-alert was issued at 12:16 a.m. with the on-ramp blocked by the fiery car. c-h-p officers say the driver managed to get out of the car but was then taken to san francisco general hospital. the driver is expected to survive. the sig alert was lifted just before one a-m when the >> in santa monica, a twin engine airplane crashed into a storage handlegar, killing those on board. it happened yesterday afternoon after the landing jet veered off to runway at the santa monica airport. the crash also started a large fire.
fire officials said that no one could have survived the crash. it is also not known how many people were on the plane or if anyone was in the hangar door and asked them. the faa says that the plane was en route to santa monica from idaho. >> still looking like most of the grain fall perhaps a half an inch will fall in sonoma county. that is where we are expecting most of the rain. there will aew isote showers and within the san francisco area itself. that is something that we will continue to monitor. as we take a look at future cast 4 you will see a few raindrops on the coastline. you will
mainly needs your umbrellas for pacplaces towards an ambush. as we turn the clock to 11:00 a.m. most of the activity will be to the north. when macy partial clearing as we head into the afternoon. we will limit our heating so the temperatures will be well below where they should be. as for the temperatures we're started things off in the '60s. 64 degrees in concord and mid 60's in oakland. >> today is expected to be a cool day and cooler weather
is expected for tomorrow. the temperatures will start to climb by the middle of this week and with high pressure we will seek warmer weather as we pushed closer to the weekend. take a look at 90's, the warmest day of the week mid '80s inside the bay of the temperatures, are back into the 80s. this could be the last time that we see this. this is something that we will monitor. >> we are not monitoring any hot spots in the traffic center. east bay drive you may see sprinkles as you work your way into san francisco. the traffic is so light at the toll plaza, there arets. the san mateo bridges holding steady area to the golden gate bridge is dealing with
fog and the visibility is limited. the good news is that it is quiet as you work your way out of the north. >> an emotional cry for help in front of a-t and t park sunday afternoon. the family of the dodgers fan who was stabbed and killed after attending a giants game-- is asking anyone who may have been in the area and took video of forward. kron 4's alecia reid has the >> they were handing out fliers at the game. jonathan members family is making a plea to the public. we need these people to come forward and talk to the police. >> they're speaking out after he was not charged with the slain. his father told local papers that his son acted in self-defense. he stated that jonathan and his friends started to swing on him and jumped him. his
father was at the game and stated. >> i do not know how this will end. i have lost my son to soon. of all always cherish the time me and my son's been hearing these games. more than once that night johnson told me how much you love me. >> police say that it was to altercations. they stated that one was by a bar and 1 when he was by his car. all these details are unclear. the loved ones took the time to remember him. >> he was always there for friends and family. his laughter was everything. >> this is an ongoing investigation and the district attorney stated that michael montgomery has not been charged due to the effect of the evidence has not been filed and witnesses
have not all been interviewed. they stated that once this is done an assessment will be made. >> it's a story you'll see only on four-- a bay area law enforcement official is now behind bars, accused of sex crimes against a child. kron4's maureen kelly has more on the charges he faces and what happens next. >> san mattel county sheriff, was arrested for lewd acts against minors. investigators stated that he was booked into the lock up in san jose thursday and his bail was set $2 million. investigators stated that they do not have much about the victim in this case or if there is possible more. he is scheduled to appear in court on monday. a spokesperson with the san mattel county sheriff's office stated that he has
been working with them since 2005 and the parole division. he has been out on disability for the last month 1/2 and now he is on paid administrative leave which is the standard protocol. they stated that there department will cooperate with the investigation that is under way. >> the time is 4:08 a.m.. when we returned will have the latest on the government shut down. we will let you know what is happening on capitol hill to prevent that. >> here is a new scene from the ride on 92. will be right back reporte.
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>> harry reid already blames the gop of what will be a government shutdown due to republicans. he stated that it will only happen at that hands of the democratic leadership. >> if he drew the line and stated that he was shut down the federal government rather than treat the families with the same exception that has already been given to big businesses and members of congress. >> some angry voters blame both sides. >> we are represent the rest of the compancountry. while oths just blame everyone. >> we're in a position where we cannot compromise to the point we have to shut the government down. >> the senate plan to wait today to vote in and reject
a bill by the republican-led house. this will delay the 04 boat act by one year. republican leaders so far passed spending bills that defunded or postponed obama and care. president obama said that he will veto any of them. >> a new week on the markets. and today, investors will not only be watching what is happening in washington. they might be interested in what toyota's chairman has to say about his company and the global auto industry. the head of toyota will speak today at the economic club in washington. also of interest to investors. inflation figures for the 17 country eurozone are being published today and are expected to show price pressures remain fairly stable. >> here's a look at how the the dow feel 70 points, to close at 15,258.
the nasdaq composite was down six points, at 3,781. and the s&p 500 fell seven points, to 1,691. >> israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is set to meet president barack obama at the white house on today. the prime minster's hot topic will be watching iran's dipolomacy, and it's president hassan rouhani very closely. iranian nuclear weapon as a threat and wants to make sure any chemical weapons are kept under control. former homeland securit >> we will be right back.
the students think her work in washington on issues of immigration and border enforcement makes her "unsiutable" to run the nation's largest public higher education system. activists protested her confirmation hearing in july. six were arrested in that demonstration. >> napolitano will be the first female president of the u-c >> top law enforcement officials are hoping half a million dollars is enough to clean up oakland's streets! the u-s attorney's office received a five hundred thousand dollar grant to help curb the city's gang and gun violence. the grant is going to the oakland police department under the "project safe neighborhoods" program. only sixteen communities nationwide were granted funds which totaled over five milion dollars. oakland was one of only six communities in the country receiving the maximum amount. the project safe
neighborhood program focuses on combatting gun and gang community outreach and >> two days of raving at the beyond wonderland music festivalat the shoreline ampitheatre led to many arrests. the event started sturday night. mountain view police reports over 100 people have been arrested at the event. they say the arrests are drug-related. police issued warning prior to the event about a crackdown on illegal drugs. many nearby residents complained about the party's loud noise. responded to those complaints on twitter.saying they looked into the concerns but that the event is within agreed noise levels. >> a 24-year-old man has died near universal studios after he exited a party bus and was struck by vehicles on highway 101. the accident happened shortly after 12:15 early sunday morning. c-h-p officers say the victim was ejected from the limousine bus and landed on the freeway. he was subsequently struck by motorists. it was unknown how fast the party bus was traveling or what led to the man to be ejected from the vehicle.
the cause of the man's death is under investigation. no one has been arrested. >> the shooter accused of killing 12 people in an aurora colorado theater will be back in court today. james holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to 166 charges. today's motions hearing will deal with issues related to reporter jana winter, who learned of and reported on a notebook that holmes reportedly sent to his psychiatrist. holmes' defense contends that leaked information violated a gag order and have called for the officials responsible for the leak to be punished.monday brings another court hearing in the movie theater shootings in aurora, colorado, that left a dozen people dead. james holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to 166 charges, after he was accused of killing 12 people and injuring 58 others during a midnight screening of the batman movie, "the dark knight rises." monday's motions hearing will deal with issues related to reporter jana winter, who learned of and reported on a notebook that holmes reportedly sent to his psychiatrist. holmes' defense contends that leaked information violated a gag order and have called for the officials responsible for the leak to be punished. winter is fighting a subpoena.
she could potentially face jail time if she refuses to release the names of her sources. >> all of the green areas indicate a moderate to heavy rain. this system is tapped into a lot of moisture that is associated with the typhoon. this is here over portions of oregon, washington, and is working its way east. some of the showers are dropping and down. much of the rainfall was affect some accounting. most of the measurable rain was closer to mount st. helena. we may see as few traces of rain in the bay area. i am noit looks le perhaps right around the san mateo county coastline and a
little bit nearer petaluma and highway one on one. most of us however would just be dealing with cloudy conditions. by early afternoon a few raindrops from santa rosa. in fact, as we head into afternoon ms. c partial clearing. this may give us breaks of sunshine. the temperature will not be that warm. that is because all the cloud cover will limit the heat. with that, santa clara will have a high of 77 degrees. >> the temperatures will be five degrees cooler than where we should be but you will notice the drop in temperatures instead of being in the low 80s antioch will have a high of 75. a again, we are keeping the possibility of breaks of sunshine. san francisco will be just a degree from where we should be at 67 degrees. no. the golden gate bridge
is where we will increase the likelihood for isolated showers. >> the 7 day around the bay highlights tamara's the coldest day of the week. there is a cooler air mass that is associated with this system that will settle in the bay area and make it hit home as we head into tomorrow. past the that the temperatures will start to warm. this means that the temperatures will be on the climb and expect mostly cloudy skies. on the weekend, saturday we are talking '90s once again for the warmest spots. >> looking at the traffic here is a live look at the approach to the bay bridge. you will see the majority of the traffic is coming from the east shore freeway. you can go to the san mateo bridge the we have been seen a backups between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.. so far it is
okay. southbound 101 is a little foggy and a again we expect rain by mid morning. focusing the attention on the traffic maps westbound 580 is looking good. it looks like all green emerald with sensors for northbound 880. >> space-x has launch a canadian satellite from vandenberg air force space. the company says its new and improved falcon 9 rocket lifted off yesterday morning. the rocket is carrying a satellite dubbed cassiope. once in orbit, it will track space weather. space-x previously launched an older version of the rocket five times from florida. the next-generation rocket boasts upgraded engines designed to improve performance and carry heavier payloads.
>> we can so and si tools and other things made in space in the near future. nasa is preparing to launch a 3-d printer into space and share. the printers will serve as a flying factory of infinite designs, creating objects by extruding layer upon layer of plastic from long strands coiled around large spools. the spoils of plastic could eventually replace rex of extra instruments and hardware, although the upcoming mission in 2014 is just a demonstration printing job. >> we will be right back.
happen to be at this bart station and you might see drivers with their vehicles in reverse. >> sometimes you will see them make a u-turn in an attempt to go the opposite direction. >> and and then you may see someone like this driver who is confused. first she turns left and then she turns right. this adjust ops and sit there and finally put her car in reverse. >> bart police will have to talk with her. >> if you had a hard time hearing they told the driver the she was in a bus zones or she had to get out of there or risk a $250 ticket. >> as this driver, like my mother used to say allow me to explain what is going on. >> there are four signs,
this one reads do not enter. the one below it reads that buses only. it is also painted on the ground in huge letters and buses only. then there is as big a large sign that also says buses only. there is a road way just for vehicles but this is it. >> this is it. but some either get confused or just proceed anyway. >> it is important to read the signs because not paying attention can be costly. >> if you drive to the other side you are in pleasanton. >> stanley roberts kron 4 news. >> the house has approved legislation aimed at improving the safety of drugs made by compounding pharmacies, which mix customized medicines. the measure is a response to a meningitis outbreak last year that killed 64 people and sickened hundreds more. it was traced to a compounding company in massachusetts that has since
closed. lying garden fresh foods of milwaukee has recalled 19,000 pounds of ready-to- eat chicken and ham products because of possible listeria bacteria contamination. the usda food safety and inspection service says the foods were distributed to retailers and food services nationwide. they include several kinds of chicken and ham salads sold under the market pantry, archer farms, d'amico and sons, finest traditions, garden fresh and weis brands. the agency says problem was discovered through testing by the food and drug administration. there have been no reports of illnesses due to consumption of these products. the company and the agency advised anyone concerned about an illness to contact a health care provider. listeria can lead to miscarriages in pregnant women and serious illnesses in people with weakened immune systems. >> we will be right back.
to eastbound i-80 interchange has reopened-- after a fiery car blocked the roadway for about an hour this morning officers responded to a report of a crash at about midnight. the solo- car crashed into the center divide and then caught on fire. a sig-alert was issued at 12:16 a.m. with the on-ramp blocked by the fiery car. c-h-p officers say the driver managed to get out of the car but was then taken to san francisco general hospital. the driver is expected to survive. the sig alert was lifted just before one a-m when the roadway was cleared. >> an emotional cry for help in front of a-t and t park sunday afternoon. the family of the dodgers fan who was stabbed and killed after attending a giants game-- is asking anyone who may have been in the area and took video of the deadly fight, to come forward. kron 4's alecia reid has the story. >> they were handing out fliers at today's a game. they are making a plea to the public. >> we have reason to
believe that someone videotape this or wawitness this. >> they are speaking out because a person of interest was not charged. michael's father told the paper that his son acted in self- defense. and jonathan's father was at the game with his two sons access-- >> i do not know how this will in. i only know that i have lost my son to soon. i will always cherish the time that me and my son spent here at the games. more than a once and that night and john vento me how much he loved me. >> police say that there were two altercations between two groups after the game. one was by a bar and the other one was when he was appointed as car. all of these in detail still unclear. the loved ones took
the time to remember him. >> he was always there for friends and family. his laughter was everything. he always had a smile. >> this is an ongoing investigation and the district attorney stated that michael montgomery has not been charged because all of the evidence has not been filed. all the witnesses have yet to be interviewed. they stated that once this is all done an assessment will be made as to whether charges will be filed. >> it's a story you'll see only on four-- a bay area law enforcement official is now behind bars, accused of sex crimes against a child. kron4's maureen kelly has more on the charges he faces and what happens next. >> investigators from the santa clara county sheriff's department stated that he was booked into the lock up on thursday and isabel is
set at $2 million. investigators are not given much information about the victim or if there are possibly more victims. this investigation is still in its early stages. he is scheduled to appear in court on monday. a spokesperson with the sheriff department's stated that he was working with them since 2000 and five in the patrol division. he drove a squad car. he was out on a disability and now he has been placed on paid administrative leave which is standard protocol. they stated that there department is " fully cooperate with the investigation. >> let's find out about the weather. >> this is a bit of a damp start and we have drizzle and san francisco. a again,
most of the action is to the north and we see quite a lot rain for the san mateo county. as we assume now you will notice that the clouds are infiltrating the bay area. most of the heaviest rain is falling in parts of oregon. the storm system has happened and brought a lot of moisture. it affected parts of asia over the weekend. it is not as strong as you concede. it is starting to break apart. we may see a another half inch of rain. futurecast 4 is not showing much. we could say a few pops near the san mattel county line. the cloud cover and perhaps a few light showers around one on one. as we put the clock and to motion by early afternoon we will perhaps have a few raindrops. you'll notice was a partial
clearing an issue drought by mid day. you should definitely keep this in mind in the temperatures will be cooler today. >> into the afternoon the temperatures look like this, we do have the potential for a few raindrops. santa clara will have a high of 77 degrees. 75 for san jose. mid-70s for mountain view. we could see upper 70's for fairfield and low 80s for this time of year. downtown san francisco will have a high a mid to upper 60s. most of the rain will fall north of the golden gate bridge. oakland will have a high of 72 degrees. a quick look better headlines shows tomorrow, will be completely dry. tomorrow is expected to
be the coolest day. as we look ahead will see more offshore wins that will warm things up. >> the temperatures will be way before where we should be this time of year as we get closer to the weekend. i do want to focus on saturday, low 90's for the one spot in mid '80s inside the bay. saturday is probably your best opportunity to go to the beach one more time. some that will circle of things down but overall it is pleasant conditions. because we are predicting rain we are keeping a close eye on traffic or around the bay. we may encounter slick spots. >> so far, so will we have no major accidents to report. traffic is definitely building up as you approach the bay bridge. the san mateo bridge is always a good option at
least at this time of morning. it is about 12 to 13 minutes and southbound 101 you are dealing with fog but no incidents. >> >> counselors will be on hand today ellington high school were friends and classmates are mourning the loss of 16 year-old kevin sans. he was killed friday in a car accident at kind and a gough in san francisco. kron4 will tran is live in lincoln high school with more. >> here is video of the accident. does happen said this area and they have arrested an elderly woman
who was born about 80 mi. per hour. for some odd reason they have ruled out alcohol and drugs as a factor but for some reason this woman was going to says where she slammed into this car at this intersection. it was so horrific, so violent that both cars slipped on its side. the police chief stated that it was one of the worst crashes that he has ever seen. >> here's a picture of him, he was 16 years old. his mother, his sister are still in the hospital with serious injuries. as far as the driver, her name has not been released but she may be charged, with manslaughter as well as gross negligence. we will be here to talk to students as well as the principal. they have signs set up. students can place their condolence messages to the family. >> we will be right back i.
align it is time for the tech reports with gabe slate. >> good morning, i am gabe slate. doctors are warning that smart phones might be causing an increase in addition to problems. this may cause shortsightedness. let me explain. a leading laser eye surgeon who is based in london as the founder of this planet. he stated that there has been in 35% increase or commonly known as shortsightedness. he believes that the problem ca increase within the next 10 years. he estimates that 50 percent of our bureaus may have the problem by 20332 to their smart phone. shortsightedness is suffered by years of focusing on things that are close abide like computers, reading, or
people that you talk to. children as young as seven euros not smart phones. they are glued to them for hours. this is on top of their usual activities. to make it worse, new research found that the ever smart phone user holes that does 18 cm away compared to newspapers and books. >> according to them watching things that close proximity can keep your-- shortsightedness used to stop developing in the twenties but now it is progressing brought the 20's, 30's, and 40's. before you trade and your phone, i met with an optometrist as stated that the study may be too premature and mumay be more hype than facts.
>> i cannot say that this is something that is leading to this. because we do not know that much about it and there is still the window that opens that says what if? then we have not find this to be proven or disproven. the possibility does exist. it is not well understood what causes it. and however, if you are worried you can remove your glasses, hold your from further away, you can reduce the time you multitask, reduce the time did you spend. >> gabe slate kron 4 news. >>
nine suspects are now being held. at least 67 people were killed in last week's siege. meanwhile, kenyans struggle to move on following the nairobi mall attack. david mckenzie has more. >> they gathered to pray. this cathedral has been listed as a possible terrorist target. she is scared but she still came. she said this she had to come to pray for the people living as well as the people that are dead. >> i know people will have faith in god, it can help anything. god is there for us. >> state runs deep in kenya. face, that things will get a better face, that this will not happen again. it's a kirk months-test >> they want to have a normal life. they want to
forget what has happened. >> people are still traumatized but they're want to get on with the business of living. nairobi has lived through terror attacks before but this attack would said weeks, months, even years to get over. >> i am scared, i am sad. >> the terrorists gunned down three of her young students. he was 8. >> it is very painful. >> she stated that she puts on her face and that the memory of the dead are still too fresh. >> we will give back to more nils. we will get updated with the weather. >> i have been talking to some of the viewers and they
are stating that it is dry outside but in the past hour we start a few raindrops. the rolls are still a little slick but most of us are waking up to cloudy skies. let's take a look at your day planner. it will continue to cloud up as we head into late morning. isolated showers are expected. we will continue with this chance of showers are early afternoon. but by midday, the temperatures will start to warm-up and we may see partial clearing. today, definitely will be much different than arrest of the day. you will see what i am talking about. let's take a look at satellite and radar. you could see all of this moisture impacting. this was a significant storm that brought heavy rain. it was
pounding. this system brought a lot of moisture. disaffected parts of asia and it is starting to break apart. >> we may pullout measurable amounts for sonoma county. it may equal to slick roadways. that is something that we will continue to monitor. by 7:00 a.m., perhaps to have a few showers along the coastline. most of the activity is light in nature. most of us will be dealing with cloudy conditions because the temperatures are already one. it will fail humid and will be a muggy afternoon. here is a look pitcher afternoon high, the temperatures are in the '70s. we are below where we should be this time a year.
we would shave off about 5 degrees. santa clara will have a high of 73 degrees. you also noticed a drop off in temperatures perhaps a few sprinkles with castro valley come in as 72 degrees. >> keep in mind that we are generally in the low 80s this time of year. san francisco is just a few degrees and where we should be. you could expect 67 degrees. the chance for rain is a little greater. we're looking at 30% chance. cooler temperatures are on tap for the cooler air mass will settle into the bay area. the temperatures will start to climb and will be bright and sunny in fact, take a look at the weekend forecast. saturday it perhaps will be your last
opportunity to enjoy and '90s. the temperatures will be in the mid '80s inside the bay. it is certainly the beach weather. >> the traffic or around the bay is still looking pretty good but we do have some slick road way is. the san ramon valley area did see a few raindrops so is still may be damped. as we take it outside to the approach to the bay bridge. it is getting pretty busy. most of the traffic is coming from the east shore freeway. the san mateo bridge is always an option. keep in mind that there may be backups between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.. the drive time is holding steady. southbound 101 is stuck with fog but we do not have any accidents to report. it is still an easy ride north prompt 880. you
can see all the green on the roadway sensors. i was one of one is looking good out of coyote valley. northbound 85 is moved as you approach cupertino. public transit is good to go with no delays for ac transit, bart, or ace train no. 1. >> the a's end their regular season on a high note. sonny gray threw five shutout innings in his final start before the playoffs, and oakland closed out the season with a 9-0 win over seattle. the a's now turn their attention to the al division series against detroit that will begin friday in oakland. >> the team gave a few of its starters the finale off, while some others made cameos before getting a rest before beginning the postseason. jed lowrie, coco crisp and yoenis cespedes all sat sunday, while josh donaldson, brandon moss and chris young were lifted early. >> the giants ended their disappointing season on a high note. hunter pence fresh off signing a 5-year, $90 million deal, singled in the winning run with no outs in
>> it was a crowded weekend at the box office - but one animated adventure finished atop the pack. also, some good news for a glee star, and pamela anderson announces a new initiative. cristina mutchler has more in hollywood minute. >> the weekend box office served up a big plate of meatballs. this a up the competition with its debut. it took in about $35 million. last week chat " prisoners " slipped to second place. polling in third place was a " rush "
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>> the top stories that we are following on this monday morning. an emotional plea by the family of a dodgers fan stabbed to death. they are asking for your help to identify who did it. >> a high-school community is coming together to mourn the loss of a teenager. how friends, family, and classmates of kevin san are remembering the 16 year-old this morning. >> the house and senate
tossup bills, back and forth ahead of what could be a partial government shutdown. coming up, will tell you what lawmakers are getting hung up on. >> we do have the potential for some isolated showers and you concede the storm system that is working its way through. it brought heavy rain and you concede that the system is upset kind of falling apart. we may see measurable rain. i want you to your future cast 4 in talk about a big weekend in warm-up. >> let's start off with a look at the traffic. here is a live look at the bay bridge approach. it is doing just fine. no delays, no problems out of the oakland mayes. it is still went outside to make sure you have your headlights and you're wipers on. so far
traffic is light. there are no major problems. >> the time is 5:01 a.m.. counselors will be on hand today lincoln high school in san francisco were friends and classmates are mourning the loss of their classmate. kron4 and will tran has the latest. >> the counselors will be very busy because thousands of them did not know that their friend have been killed before school started on friday. this happened at 7:00 a.m. and the principles at home a letter to let the friends know what happened. obviously, they talk about this over the weekend. here is a video of the accident. it happens at the pine street and gough. an elderly woman was driving a mercedes-benz at speeds of 80 mi. per hour. they have ruled out alcohol and drugs as a factor but they do not
know why she was going so fast. when she came to this intersection she slammed into their car and both cars slips.more on its side. the pole chief stated that this has been one of the worst accidents that he has ever seen. >> here is a pitcher, i do know that the school has set up places to let the french go out and signed condolence messages to the family. , the mother and sister is still in the hospital. the woman was arrested on saturday and her name has not been released. prosecutors have not yet charged her but there is a good chance-you will be charged. she may be charged with manslaughter and gross negligence. >> the family of the dodgers fan was stabbed and killed last week after a giants
game is making an emotional cries for help. they handed out fliers during yesterday's game, asking anyone who may have been in the area to come forward. the family is speaking out after 21 year-old michael montgomery was not charge for wednesday's incident. michael's father told local papers, the lodi new is sentinel, that his son acted in self-defense after jonathan and his friends started swinging chairs and jumped him. john of the father who was at the game with his son had this to say. >> more than once that night job and told me how much he loved me. >> police say there were to alter cases before the two groups after the dodgers-a giants game that day-that's one by a bar, and the other while jonathan was on his way to his car. police said
that the investigation is still ongoing and many of the details are unclear. >> new this morning. fire crews are on the scene of a house fire in oakland. it broke out overnight in the 3800 block of a band across ave. crews had the fire control kron430 a.m. this morning. no word yet on any injuries. >> two women are recovering this morning after being hurt when a lid on barbeque exploded. this happened yesterday afternoon at kron memorial state beach in alameda. the explosion happened in a cooking spray aerosol can was placed too close to a little barbecue. the two women, ages 66 and 45 were taken to a local hospital. one woman has been released. no one else was hurt in the expulsion. >> no one to restore that
you only see on kron 4. a bay area law enforcement officials is now behind bars accused of sex crimes against a child. san mateo sheriff's deputy galen underwood was arrested for multiple felony counts of lewd and lacivius x upon a minor. he was booked into the main county lockup in san jose thursday and his bill has been set at $2 million. investigators are now given how much information about the victim in the case or if there are more than one. underwood is scheduled to appear in court today. >> and we are waiting for the senate to vote at 11:00 a.m. on a house bill passed early sunday morning to fund the u.s. government with a
new budget year starting tomorrow. the house first pass a continuing resolution to fund the government, but strict funding for the president's health care law. they went nowhere in and the senate. so now the republican controlled house passed a continuing resolution to fund the government, but include a one-year delay in obama care. >> the democratically controlled senate tax is up the measure this morning, that will strip out the delay, pass a clean government funding bill, then send it back to the house what about 10 hours left before the government will shut down. it appears a clean bill to fund the government in keeping open does have the vote to pass in the house of representatives. the big question is what the republican leadership will stand their ground on try and stop the healthcare law. this will begin signing up people tomorrow or fund the government. >> coming up on the kron4
morning news. airlines are introducing a new way keep the new entertainment what you are on your flight. it will cost you. what they're planning to offer coming up. >> + two popes will soon be saints. the vatican is releasing the date this morning, we will have the details coming up. >> rescue crews are calling in and run survivable accident. a plane crashes on its landing into the santa monica airport. we will have a look at the video, coming up after the break.
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bobby thompson but authorities say he is a harvard trained lawyer and former military intelligence officer named john donald cody. cody will be tried in cleveland for allegedly defrauding people who donated to the united states navy veterans association. >> here is a look at a wider view of satellite and radar. you can see the clause that are associated with this cold front. this storm brought heavy rain and was pounding. you can see it is starting to fall apart. when i see much about the time that is fully bridges the area. this storm was a hefty one. from what was a typhoon impacted parts of asia. it is not as strong right now but we may pick up a measurable amounts of rain. the biggest concern is for slick road ways. let's take a look at future cast 4. the
peak of road way conditions you will see light rain along the san mateo county coast line. you may have a few pop up showers. most of us are just didn't cloudy and muggy conditions. by 11:00 a.m. perhaps a few showers. >> our model is not picking up too much to just expect a cloudy and cooler day with a few drops of moisture. i do want to focus on afternoon high because today is expected to be cooler. the temperatures, we're on reaching the '70s. sunbelt will have a high of 76 degrees. generally it we are in the '80s but concord will only have a high of 73 degrees. pittsburg one of the warmest spots will have 76 degrees. downtown san francisco will have a high of 67 degrees. upper 60s and
low 70's is the story for the north bay with cloudy conditions. cooler air is corn to settle in the bay area as we head into tomorrow and that is expected to be the coolest of the week. the temperatures are going to be struggling to see 70's and tomorrow but brighter, and your conditions as we transition into the weekend. focusing on your saturday is forecast the temperatures will climb to the low 90's once again. we will keep this in the mid '80s. take a look at the upper 70's. >> your monday morning commute is off to a pretty good started there are no major problems outside. you will see what roles depending on where you are ed. let's check traffic
heading into san francisco. you can see it is a little what they're. it is about eight minutes heading into downtown san francisco. it is a good ride across the bridge. there are no problems connecting to 1 on one or highway 280. your ride through the peninsula, here is a live look headed across the san mateo bridge. so far, so good your drive time is still at 12 minutes. your ride to the golden gate bridge is going to be wed as well. you're commuting between the north bay and san francisco has not changed. your drive time is still a quick 21 minutes. >> over to the traffic mess we have the usual stop and go traffic heading out of tracy. they're no accidents.
27 minutes from tracy to the dublin interchange. 101, guadeloupe park we're all doing fine. >> defense secretary chuck hagel sestet the u.s. has no plans to reduce its military presence in south korea, despite the ongoing budget crisis. his visit is time to the 60th anniversary of the signing of a mutual defense treaty between the u.s. and south korea, and to reinforce america's commitment to the security of the peninsula and asian pacific region. >> authorities in kenya arrested another suspect sunday in connection with this month's terrorist attack at a mall in the capitola. there are not nine
people in custody. the west a mall attack resulted in a four day standoff that left a least 67 people dead. meanwhile, as authorities continued their investigation those who survived the attack and others live nearby are struggling to move on with their lives. somalia based al-shabaab has claimed responsibility and has threatened additional attacks. >> and the shooter accused of killing 12 people and all raw, colorado will be back in court. james collins has pleaded not guilty by reason of insani160holmes has pleaded t guilty by reason of insanity to 166 charges. today's
motion hearing will deal with issues related to a reporter jana winter, whole learned of and reported on a notebook that holmes reported lee sent to his psychiatrist. holmes' defense contends that the leak information violated a gag order and have called for officials to respond to the leak and for her to be punished. >> americans still and amanda knox new appeals trial will begin after italy's highest court threw out her 2011 acquittal. a mint marks will be in court. knox returned to her hometown of seattle after spending four years behind bars in italy. two years ago, those convictions were overturned for lack of evidence. some italian officials cried file, saying
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street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in negative right now. if traders are bracing for a possibility that when the stock market reopens today, none of the various elements of the budget battle in washington will have resolved. stocks fell friday for the sixth straight day in a row. >> here is a look at the close in numbers. the dow fell 70 points. the nasdaq lost 7. the s&p 500 dropped six. >> hundreds of schools have dropped out of a federal lunch program because and new standards to carry healthier foods. more than 500 out of about 10,000 schools are now out of the program. some school officials say that the nutritional requirements are difficult and too expensive to follow. however, that
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union leaders are said to head back to the negotiating table today. kron 4 and jackie sissel is live at the walnut creek the bart station with an important update. these talks and what one bay area councilman is trying to do to prevent the strike. >> he is making a proposal to make get basically illegal for transit workers to strike. it as we approach the deadline which is looming on october 10th. we are expecting to see negotiations resume this morning at 9:30 a.m.. obviously, after the cooling off they have been ren meeting trying to avoid a second such strike but as far as this proposal she plans to get a petition to make this a legal. she is
trying to get people in the community to sign that an obvious get this some valid. as far as negotiations that will take place in oakland at 9:30 a.m.. i am sure a lot of people are anxious to see if anything has been accomplished more and more emphasis upon these negotiations if there is anything and will pass along. >> let's give back to the weather. >> it is an interesting start for the work week. here is a live look as storm tracker 4. we do have dense fog and drizzle on the coastline. we have shower activity or on san leandro. it looks like this is also
pushing its way east. to the south it will head closer to fremont. we are noting some interesting things. the temperatures are a lot cooler than where we should be. the cooling continues into tomorrow but we will have a sunny skies into the bay area. by wednesday, the temperatures will start to want. without looking for to bright and sunny conditions. >> there are no major problems so far but the traffic is picking up. let's start with the commute on highway 42 contra costa county. you concede that it is filling in here out of pittsburgh. it will be a stop and go right. it will not be too bed.ad. we also have heavy traffic heading
to westbound 580. it loosens up after north bay. your drive time is still at 27 minutes from tracy to the dublin interchange. >> a disturbing discovery in san francisco's golden gate park. children attending a birthday party were playing in the bushes near the conservatory of flowers and found a loaded handgun yesterday. peres called police who then took the weapon. thankfully, no one was hurt in the incident. >> oakland is getting half a million dollars to fight crime. the federal grant is going to the oakland police department under the project safe neighborhoods program. only 16 communities nationwide were granted funds. oakland was one of
only six communities in the country to receive the maximum amount. the project safe neighborhood program focuses on combating gun and gang violence with research, community out reached and strestrategic planning. >> police and el cerrito have released video footage of two suspects breaking into a home last week. it a five minute video, one of the suspects approached the front door and knox. when no one answers, a second suspects approach and kicks in the door. one of the suspect eventually nose as the security camera and hits it with a tool. the owner of residents posted footage of the break-in on a you tube, and police are hoping
someone will recognize them and assist in the investigation. >> san francisco's bill for damaging esteeming from a water main break is now at $5.5 million in accounting. officials promise it will be paid by the engineering sunday they believe is responsible for the break. the break happened back on february 27th, a 16 in. cast iron pipe broke underneath 15th avenue at wawona street. officials said the bloc has been dubbed the buy workrooms multiple times in the months prior. >> this morning, we are less than 15.5 hours away from a possible government shut down. both house of congress
are standing up from the against each other's plans to prevent it. andrew spencer reports. >> some angry voters blame one side than the other. >> we are representing the people. >> others, blame everyone. >> and we have ourselves in this position where we cannot compromise to the point where we have to shut the government down. >> the halls of the government was empty because they plan to wait today to vote on an likely project. the proposal will delay the affordable health care act by one year. they will have something that will fund the government until december of this year. president obama has threatened to veto these changes. >> democratic leaders want a house vote on this which will leave obama care out of
>> welcome back. more problems for boeing 787 dream liner. one of the new planes, operated by: lot airlines, made an unscheduled landing in reykjavik, iceland, on sunday because of a malfunctioning antenna. antenna is used to transmit their plan identification information. a boeing spokesman says that a lot since parts and personnel to iceland to six the problem. he also says the the airplane maker is ready
to help is needed. the landing came a day after noweigian air shuttle a as a dream liner was grounded for and on unspecified technical problem. the carrier says that its ground the plane to allow technicians from the american company to make it more reliable. boeing 787 dream liner plane has been planned by a series of technical glitches since it was introduced in september 2011. >> here is something you do not see austin, 8 meteor, bright enough to line up the night sky! this was captured on camera and greenwood, in the am on friday. the
american meteor society keeps track of such things, they said the shooting stars are seen more frequently or not this time of the year. >> coming up on kron4 morning newest. a new world record was set over the weekend for the marathon, we will tell you just how fast and when completed the race. [ female announcer ] made just a little sweeter...
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>> welcome back. a search and rescue effort is underway in south china seas. they are looking for 74 missing crew members who were fishing. 13 other crew members rescued so far. typhoon wutip has now moved towards vietnam. >> the word in dealing with a pretty hefty storm but it is starting to fall apart. we are still getting isolated showers zooming in here. it this data outside for interstate 880. some of this moisture is working its way east so we are seeing light rain in walnut creek. also, we are having a few sprinkles for half moon bay.
as we take a look at satellite and radar the wider view shows all of the clouds that are pushing through. this system is really falling apart and is not much energy behind it so we are still picking a measure both amounts of land for sonoma county. we may deal with slick conditions on the roadway. you should keep this in mind. >> i want to what you for your future cast 4. there is really not too much outside. by 7:00 a.m. perhaps will have light rain closer to an apple. as to put the clock into motion it is read-to-we will continue with cloudy conditions and that way humans and still moist as we head into after note. we would not have too many rain drops to just keep your umbrellas handy. we're waking up to pretty mild
conditions. 64 degrees out the door in downtown san francisco. as we head into the afternoon will be cooler the merc we should be. santa clara will have a high of 77 degrees. mid-70s for san jose. generally we are in the '80s for this time of year for places like pittsburg and fairfield. today, we were reached 66 degrees. downtown san francisco will stay in the upper 60s and low 70's down the east shore line. >> the seven dates from the bay have highlights tamara's the warmest day and the temperatures will be struggling. a lot of cool air was start to move men but take a look at the rest of the week. sunny skies and right conditions. taking a look at the weekend by saturday we are back in the '90s for your warmest spots. the time is 5:48 a.m.. >> as error cut mention we
have scattered showers. this means that you will have to watch your speed if you are driving, you can easily speak out. here is your westbound approach. it is quickly filling in with no problems. it always feels and as we start to approach the 6:00 a.m. hour. if you're paying cash was see just a little bit. your drive time is still 10 minutes from the oakland mayes. if you have fast track those lines are as a beeper. the san mateo bridge, traffic is moving okay. 101, across the golden gate bridges to one okay. we have one minor accident that has quickly been cleared. south 113 san francisco.
traffic tracker is picking on one small problem and that is a stall the dumbarton bridge. there is a car blocking the to right- hand lanes. the crews are on the way. >> a new survey shows that on average, daily westbound traffic on the new bay bridge spent during the first 2 1/2 weeks after the labor day opening was up 1006725 vehicles last year. according to the metropolitan transportation commission that is enough to fill up an entire freeway lanes for about 48 minutes. the bottom line for drivers, lumber commute times. during peak hours, the westbound truck from the bay bridge toll plaza off to the san francisco has increased about 13 minutes. that average eastbound ride has gotten in lot longer, from
about 40 minutes to 17 minutes. >> even though the port commission approved eight washington street project last year. the state of the project will rest with voters. sampras's go will vote on proposition sesan francl vote on proposition and c a referendum that would allow construction of 134 luxury condominiums on the embarcadero across from the ferry building. opponents of the project, say a no vote is the only way to save the waterfront. opponents are also worried that the project could pave the way for similar high-rise projects. the decision will come in november said. >> even though the port
commission approtoday is a ratie beyond wonderland musical festival at the shoreline and the theater led to many arrest. the band started saturday night. mountain view police reports over 100 people were arrested. police issued warning prior to be given about a crackdown of illegal drugs. many nearby residents complained about the party loud noise. >> a 24 year-old man has died near universal studios after he exited a party bust and was struck by a vehicle on highway 1 on one. if accident happened shortly after 12:15 pm sunday morning. chp officers said that the victim was ejected from the limousine bus and land on the freeway. it was unboned how fast the party
bus was travelling or what led the man to be ejected. no one has been arrested. >> the raiders missed a golden opportunity against the 0-3 washington redskins team. terrell pryor in active after suffering a concussion monday night in denver. mad planned at quarterback in his place. first quarter. raiders jumped out early, tackled running back chris darden jennings blocking a punt. former stanford product jeremy stewart recovers for the touchdown 7-0 oakland. raiders of blow a 14-0 lead. the raiders lose 24-14 they are now on 1-3. >> bay a's and their regular season on a high note. sunny great ruth 5 shut eye
out innings in his final start before the playoffs. the a's now turn their attention to the eight television series against detroit and will begin friday at home. >> on sunday, wilson kipsang of kenya set a new world record marathon time of two hours and three minutes and 23 seconds at the berlin marathon. the 31 year-old beat the previous record. he are to $54,000 in prize money plus a another $68,000 for breaking the record. unfortunately, his dramatic finish was pulled by a man, who at first appear to be a series spectator, began running beside him toward the end of the race. mine was earned in djibouti, africa.004.
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