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less it those injured were male or female. but we do know all three had second- degree burns and have to be taken to the hospital. this is not the first time that there has been an accident at this factory facility in fremont there was one back in 2012 with two violations. we do not know if anyone was injured brett accident. cal all shut is looking at those at that accident to see if there any similarities. >> pam: this factory fire comes after three other car fires reported in the company's model s electric car. >> pam: the most recent fire happened in tennessee after the car reportedly ran over a tow hitch which cause the car blaze. >> pam: in a car fire in mexico. there was an explosion caught on cell phone video. authorities say the driver drove through a wall and hit
a tree before the car caught fire. >> pam: back in early october. near seattle -- another model caught fire after hitting some road debris. the debris punctured the >> pam: car's electric battery.which led to a large fire in the car's front end. no one was injured in any of those fires. tesla says they have no plans to recall the model- s. >> reporter:more earthquakes in the east bay - including one this morning that a lot of people felt. >> reporter:just after 9:30 this morning - a 3.3 magnuitude quake in san ramon. it was centered near crow canyon country club.where crow canyon road and el capitan drive meet. then leary this afternoon a 2.4 quake in the same area. but this morning's jolt was much more noticable.and people we talked to in san ramon say they clearly fent the shaking. >> we were in the office and it was pretty shaky
>> all the sudden things were pretty shaking what was going on? >> i was sitting here at starbucks having my coffee and of the windows by breaded and the shares started shaking. >> reporter: 'earthquake swarm' country according to scientists at the u.s. geological survey in menlo park, who are closely watching and counting the earthquakes. the red star on this first point-4 magnitude quake hit today, while the yellow and orange dots mark earlier temblors. >> reporter:there have been at least six since friday. now let's take a look at another map, which shows a trio of historical earthquake swarms in the same area. the green dots representing the dozens of earthquakes recorded from november 2002
to march 2003, the largest of which was 4-point-2. >> reporter:and finally, the orange dots represent a quake swarm from the early 1990's when as many as 350 small earthquakes were recorded over a six- week period near alamo. wh san ramon valley residents going forward? >> is what is not really possible a special in one other than telling us this is an active area. earthquakes and the bay area and they remind us that we have bigger ones down the road. it just a reminder to prepare
>> reporter:happening now in the >> pam: philippines, a new dimension to tragedy: typhoon survivors have been killed in the desperate scramble for relief supplies. >> pam: eight people were trampled to death as a crowd stormed a government grain warehouse. the official death toll from typhoon haiyan is 23=hundred, 44. that number is sure to rise: many bodies remain in the rubble. >> pam: the storm surge responsible for most of the death an destruction may have been as high as 30 feet. the new number is twice as high as earlier estimates. catherine heenan is here with today's developments.
>> reporter:critics say the relief effort is moving far too slowly. this aerial photo shows a plea for help from a coastal town in the central philippines. help, it says,. food and water. >> catherine: tens of thousands of people have been without them since last friday. >> catherine: "is this what you call, 'ok?' this woman asks. >> catherine: "there's no ok. there's no ok here. " another says she is crying because there is no more food or medicine. despair turning to anger. >> catherine: a filipino army unit stands guard over the only warehouse that has not been looted in tacloban "we still have people who are hungry, who haven't had water. " >> catherine: one u=n official says the delays are frustrating. food supplies are arriving in the larger towns, but rural areas are still cut off. >> catherine: we need more helicopters but we need things like waste management so that bodies on the side of the road can be moved.
>> catherine: the u=s marines arrived in force today: osprey aircraft are bringing in food and supplies and airlifting survivors to safety. some of the youngest victins unable to leave behind scenes from a nightmare. >>what did you see? i saw dead people on the street in the sidewalks. >> reporter:and how did that make you feel? >>it made me feel scared. >> reporter:what did it smell like? can you tell me about that? >>it smelled like dead rats. >> catherine: one index of the challenges facing the relief workers. >> pam: tacloban's airport is just 14 miles from the city center. on monday it took six hours >> pam: for an aid vehicle to make its way through the debris on the road. return to index
>> pam: here in the bay area community and civic leaders join together to launch. task-force-haiyan.it is part >> pam: of a national grass roots effort to coordinate urgent disaster relief to thousands of people in the philippines impacted by recent the typhoon.the national alliance for filipino concerns is spear heading the local effort.two members of the organization say they both have not heard from their loved ones since the typhoon slammed into philippine islands >> still searching for a lot of family especially when there where there is no help coming and. coming in.. >> pam: the bay area task force haiyan hopes to provide that much needed help for those trying survive the aftermath of the powerful storm.we will hear how the organization plans >> pam: and if you'd like to help the typhoon relief effort. visit our web page -- kron-4 dot com. we've posted links to how you can help. and remember. stay up to date on this continuing story with our new kron-4 news app. >> pam: coming up.
>> pam: multiple marines killed in california. when a training excercise takes a deadly turn. >> pam: then. the numbers are out. how many people have signed up for obamacare so far. >> pam: coming up. >> pam: the options being weighed. for a golden gate bridge toll hike. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. to a tastier festive feast.
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>> pam: drivers could soon have to dig a little deeper when it comes to paying to cross the raise tolls. one possibility -- non- fastrak tolls would increase from 6- to 7- dollars in april next year. whith fastrak users getting a 75-cent raise to 5-75. and eventually another one to 6-dollars. >> pam: the other possibility -- an 8 dollar toll starting in july 2016. the move would fix projected budget shortfalls. a final decision not expected until early next year. >> pam: still ahead. >> pam: why a motorcycle cop could face criminal charges. after this encounter caught on camera. but first. a major problem for the new casino bay area casino. why everyone was forced to leave for a while.
>> reporter:developing news out of southern california. four marines have been killed in a training accident at camp pendleton in san diego county. it happened just before noon. during what officials are calling a range maintenance operation. an investigation is underway --- but no further details are being released as of yet. the identities of the victims are being witheld until their families are notified. toronto's crack-smoking mayor is as defiant as ever. >> catherine: rob ford is refusing demands from nearly every single member of his city council that he take a leave of absence. but he "is" talking to them.and the exchanges today were startling.and anything but boring. >>".mr mayor have you
purchased illegal drugs in the past two years?" >>"yes i have." >>"thank you." >> catherine: rob ford - saying yes he's bought drugs. >> catherine: after earlier admitting he smoked crack. and talking about drunken stupors. almost every member of toronto's city council went on to vote on a measure asking ford to take a leave of absence. >> catherine: one of his few supporters -- his brother doug. >> catherine: >>"have you ever smoke marijuana - have you ever smoked marijuana?!?!" >> catherine: the meeting at times took on overtones of a comic opera. this council member saying the mayor stood too close to him.intimidating him. >> catherine: he demanded a public apology. at least the council got a sort of explanation from mayor ford on why he's behaved in the way he has.
>> catherine: today's vote underlined ford's political isolation - but it was symbolic. the council has no authority to force him out because he has not been convicted of a crime. >> pam: a car crash knocked out power to the just opened graton casino. authorities say the crash damaged a main electrical cable and knocked down power lines. >> pam: the driver who hit the pole hasn't yet been found. a graton casino spokeswoman sats the casino's emergency lighting kept lights o. but the casino shut down all slot machines, to keep track of all players had won before the power outage. the players will be able to collect their winnings today and over the next few days. >> jacqueline: away from the coastline especially it was really nice to that. seabury's winds kicked and and falk move dan. fogged moved in. 8 78 in
pleasanton. >> jacqueline: the low clouds have settled in here. significant lee cooler. upper 60s and both of those locations with the top returning namely near the coast line. and the upper 40's for tomorrow morning for the most part and the after dan cooler conditions than today. also, gusty winds. as to look at it will be cooler with a slight change of grain. it o'clock hour and a same place by
ticket will clear out and you'll see seven sides into the afternoon. fewer 70's upper 60s and a lot of the up and san jose. this about seven to eight degrees cooler than what we saw today. the ultimate '60s for that part. to be 63 downtown san francisco. boggy tomorrow morning and monday in the afternoon. cooler with a slight change of rain on saturday. it does not look very good for rain. cooler temperatures and club clouds
>> pam: alec baldwin was in court tuesday to stop a woman he says.stalked him. genevieve sabourin says.she's not a stalker.she just wanted closure for a romantic relationship she had with him. >> pam: pamela brown has the story >> reporter:alec baldwin was greeted by a swarm of cameras as he arrived at a courthouse in lower manhattan tuesday, only making this snide remark to a waiting photographer. >>"tough guy, tough guy." >> gary: >> reporter:inside- things became more dramatic as the actor faced off against his alleged stalker - genevieve sabourin. >>"i'm still in court because i refuse that the only option is to destroy my future." >> reporter:in his emotional
testimony - baldwin said he met sabourin through a mutual friend - at one point he choked back tears on the witness stand, describing how she has harassed him and his wife hilaria for the past two years, sending an onslaught of disturbing emails and voicemails- and showing up unannounced at his home in east hampton. >> reporter:on the stand, baldwin repeatedly denied sabourin's claims that they were once lovers and the romance fell apart. >>"ms sabourin has done nothing wrong. she never had the intent to harass, annoy, alarm, stalk, cause any inconvenience to mr. and mrs. baldwin. she merely sought closure for a crumbling romantic relationship." >> reporter:as alec and hilaria testified, sabourin made repeated outbursts - "you're lying!" she yelled at one point. the judge, clearly frustrated, reprimanded her for interrupting. >>"her outbursts are going to be a real problem for her. the judge is assessing her demeanor, her credibility." >>"even if she proves to the judge that they did have a relationship i don't know that that helps her."
cnn obtained these emails sabourin sent to baldwin - presented as evidence in the proceedings. >>"i am less than 10 minutes away from you tonight. say 'i do' to me." one email says. >> reporter:in another she writes "i want to be your wife now. say yes!" >>"i am not a stalker." >> reporter:now that the baldwins have taken the stand, it's sabourin's turn. >> reporter:pamela: "what are you going to say tomorrow when you testify?" >>sabourin: "the truth. i always say the truth." >> pam: sabourin was offered a plea deal, but she refused. the d-a's office says two more witnesses will also be testifying along with sabourin today. after that a judge will hand down a verdict at some point in the near future. if sabourin is found guilty [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor,
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he will be in court on friday to answer to a plea. >> pam: >> pam: enrollment numbers have been released for obama-care. they're so bad - democrats are scrambling to find a positive spin. and republicans are saying -- 'we told you so'.. catherine heenan is here with the details. >> catherine: the numbers are even worse than expected. with things so bad.some are wondering if the program can survive this disappointing start. let's look at those numbers. >> catherine: here's the total of people enrolled this first month. just a little over 106- thousand. that's counting both the federal website -- and state programs. >> catherine: only about 10% of what was originally expected. and focusing just on the obamacare website. less then 27-thousand enrolled on healthcare-dot- gov. a shockingly low number. >> catherine: people have had more success with state
programs. like our own "covered california" -- with roughly 35-thousand people now enrolled. meantime.a white house tech expert insists things are getting better. >> catherine: government information technology officers finding themselves in congressionalthey're before a house committee on the botched website, healthcare dot gov. >> catherine: but the obama adminstration's technology chief testified the website is getting better. >>the latest number is about 17 thousand registrations an hour. >> catherine: that's up from the day it went online, >> catherine: but nowhere near the goal of at least 50-thousand people each hour. >>this wasn't a small mistake. this wasn't a scaling mistake. this was a monumental mistake to go live and effectively explode on the launch pad.
>> catherine: this comes as president obama's approval rating drops to an all time low. just 39 percent. >> catherine: the latest quinnipiac university poll shows 54 percent of voters disapprove of how the president is handling his job. >> catherine: just last month, his disapproval rating was 49 percent. these new numbers follow in the footsteps of the botched rollout of the troubled obamacare website. former treasury secretary larry summers says it's not soley the president's fault. >>he was not well served by his colleagues in the administration." >> catherine: the big question: will the website work by the self imposed deadline of november 30th? >>it is our conviction that we can, with the fixes that are being implemented, reach that goal by november 30th >> catherine: but some argue that moving forward ultimately comes down to partisan politics. >>nobody in this room. nobody in this country believes that republicans want to fix the website.
>> catherine: the white house says in the near future, the president plans to make an announcement on how to improve the healthcare law. >> catherine: and here's an odd twist to the story. this maryland woman was chosen as the face of the web-site. she wasn't paid - but at first thought it would be fun. but now - adrianna says she feels bullied. >> catherine: she's not releasing her last name. she says she's been mocked and has been the butt of jokes. she even became a halloween costume. the website photo has since been changed. >> reporter:a developing situation in western pennsylvania.after a shooting outside a high school. pittsburgh police say three victims were shot.and six people are in custody.being questioned right now. >> reporter:the shooting happened outside brashear high school after classes ended.officials think the shooting might be related to a drug di pennsylvania authorities are questioning several "persons of interest" in a shooting
this afternoon as school was letting out at brashear high. this is aerial video of the scene. police say three students were heading to their cars when they were ambushed and shot. the victims were transported to area hospitals and are listed in stable condition. police say they have called off the search for suspects. they also say the victims are not cooperating with investigators. the motive for the shooting is still unclear. from usa- today: >>police spokeswoman diane richard said the shooting may have been retaliation for an oct. 18 "incident" that put the school in lockdown for a week. she said the incident involved a fight and may have been drug-related. >> pam: a police officer in montgomery, alabama is in out of a job. you won't believe what the officer was caught doing over the weekend. one of the very things he's supposed to prevent. >> pam: tametria conner reports the cop was caught drag racing in uniform on a police motorcycle and it was all caught on camera. >> there may be a
trafficking violation charge against his former officer for track racing. the elements are there. one does have to look at the video and see for themselves. >> reporter: racing. no matter how fast you go is against the law. did you know that? >> as i did. so the >> reporter: you believe that eight officer breaking the law no matter what it is is something rob with that? >> honestly i believe the top was just trying to have a good time. >> we rode down the boulevard and we did not go above 60 mi. per hour. we got to the light and we did it again >> reporter: posting on you to pass already gone by rope trick >> i do not think he should lose his job for the charged with anything.
>> pam: the right thing for that officer the right thing for the officer to do was to have rejected the invitation. it's what the police officer's police. >> reporter: in the next edition of people behaving badly tonight at 8 >> reporter:, slipping under the radar. stay tune with gabe slate coming up >> jacqueline: it is chilly with the fall in place. fog >> jacqueline: it is chilly wi love watching tvace. fog outside. and why can you move the tv out here?
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>> pam: now for today's market update. an optimistic outlook for holiday spending from macy's is sending the stock market back to record levels. the dow jones industrial average rose 71 points, to close at 15,821 points. the nasdaq index gained 45 points. the past and pete rose 14 to finish at 1782. >> reporter: this is a land
grab look at it as a realistic far as merger and the airline industry. but just because there aren't too many big boys left. >> those lacking, is kind of exciting that they will introduce an electronic hiking in electric cart and the u.s. market. you do not seem excited derrick >> now. yes the story about vw's a gull's 90 hold miles
story. >> tesla was just hurt. due to lighter vehicles and let's ask you these and the market but this is a huge plunge for the overall economy. the stock market rocks' rocks and roles any time there's a difference in gal gas prices. >> pam: and her first address to the board of regents today. she presented several ideas she says that
her aunt is to get predictable tuition cost. the public, since the freeze will get it right. >> jacqueline: we hit 80 degrees and santa rosa. we did not set any new records. out in livermore with 79 today and 78 in pleasanton week did reach 70 and downtown san francisco. now we are looking at the golden gate bridge with the possibility is and the fog is in tact. this evening temperatures will largely be in the fifties. the fault will make it a push into the bay shores the upper 40's to
the most part the to the cloud coverage. cooler temperatures topping dust at 35 mi. an hour. so like radar picture shows high cloud cover charge premium over the bay beverage bay area with persistent sea breezes and spirit >> jacqueline: we are seeing fog at the bay shore and down and san jose and livermore valley spirit at the 8:00 hour nothing not too much change. so temperatures up the door tomorrow morning in a little warmer than this morning not of 44 and simmer until 45 for the afternoon and will
be cooler than to that. so not as many 70 degree reading spirit >> jacqueline: east bay shore lines and the '60s with 64 in hayward and 65 and san leandro. los 70's for the north that. here is a look at the extended forecast with foggy mornings and wendy for tomorrow and cooler as we head into the weekend which chance of rain on saturday. does not like we are going to see much. drier warmer weather through wednesday. gabe slate tech report >> reporter:
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google knows google file for a system with an electric skin test to capable to be applied to the throat region to communicate with the gaming devices and smart phones is a where both device like global glass a spirit the >> reporter: idea is that wears can communicate with their devices via voice command without having to wear an earpiece or glass had set. google has also opened the google class to anyone before it was for select developers is celebrity spirit not anyone can buy global glass. if you want these i suggest you
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relatives are alive or if they are safe >> pam: a vigil starting right now in san jose. we will take you there live >> pam: food and water. finally reaching some of the desperate typhoon survivors in the philippines. in some coastal towns almost every building has been flattened, half a million people are people needing to be fed. >> pam: we have team coverage. tonight, we begin with kron 4's grant lodes. he is here in the studio with the latest on the typhoon devastation. >> pam: >> reporter:the official death toll is up to more than 23-hundred.but that's expected to rise. hungry hands, desperate for help. >> reporter:the food, water and other badly needed supplies are finally arriving in manila.but distributing them is now the biggest challenge.they need more trucks. the mayor of hardest hit tacloban city is telling his residents to get out.because officials are having trouble getting them the necessities.and looting is hard to control. >> reporter:eight looters were killed when they were crushed while trying to get rice at a government warehouse.causing a wall to collapse on them. it's been five days since the historic typhoon pummeled the philippines.
>> reporter:hundreds of bodies are still lying on the streets.creating a stench described as horrifying. here now a mother and her young kids.who just got out of tacloban city. >> reporter:the philippines consulate in san francisco announced a holy mass friday night at 5:00. >> >> reporter: pleading for help for the hardest hit areas. >> pam: today. community organizers here in the bay area took part in the national launch of a disaster relief effort. aimed at getting help across the pacific to the victims of the typhoon. organizers talked to kron 4's haaziq madyun about the joint effort taking place. >>"our phones have been ringing off of the hook but it's a god kind of busy" >> reporter:volunteers are busy here at nafcon the national alliance for filipino concerns in san franciscohere community
organizers, civic and religious leaders have come together to launch task force haiyan a bridge between grass roots disaster relief efforts here in the u.s. connecting with community based organizations in the philipineshelping victims of the recent typhoon >>"grass roots organizations and peoples organizations that know the communities very wellbefore the u.s. military that is already there" >> reporter:san francisco supervisor john alvalos says city hall will have a key role in the local disater relief effort >>"the city has a response, we can help in the grass roots fund raising effort, we can make sure that the ties that we have in the bay area to the philipines are strengthened in this process, long term and sustainable" >> reporter:healthcare workers like nina cerdina are also stepping upvolunteering to help those needing urgent medical care >>"seiu u-h-w, the healthcare workers unionurging our trained healthcare workers to
volunteer for this mission" >> reporter:in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news >> pam: happening now. people are gathering in san jose to remember the victims of typhoon haiyan. kron 4 dan kerman is live outside the martin luther king library in san jose. where a vigil is about to get underway. dan? >> reporter: about a dozen people outside the library as the minutes go by more and more people show up. this organization sponsoring tonight's function is a hughes organization. we see people of all ages attending. >> lee everyone is fine speeches have been among the image back home. but i still prefer other people who lost their loved ones. i still pray for otherss
>> reporter: they say that way it would to the most work with monetary donations for those who are in need. >> pam: remember to stay with kron4 on the very latest on the typhoon relief effort. with ways on how you can help and you can also receive the latest headlines on our freak news at. for victims philippines airlines they >> pam: in a developing story.another tough day for tesla, the bay area electric car maker. three people were hurt in a factory accident and were taken to the hospital this afternoon. this is video from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7. this accident comes after
three of its cars have burst into flames in recent months. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story. he joins us live in fremont tonight with new details. j.r.? >> reporter: all three of the employees were second- degree burns. fire crews have left of the facility this evening. fire crews were in and out of the tesla factory in fremont a location where electric cars are made. heard on the job this is what the video look like from our abc partnership seven new spirit no smoke and no fire loss of emergency personnel. >> reporter: there was a failure and three employees were injured from hot metal from that process we are making sure that they receive the best possible care. officials ben now of
the company will not say what the employes were going at that time they were injured. >> gary: >> reporter: they were taking by ambulance to a nearby hospital. this is not the first time this something like this has happened and this facility. in 20123 violations but as if anyone was hurt during that fire that is the question that still remains. >> pam: coming up. a scary situation when a firefighter battling a blaze suddenly is in need of being rescued. it's all caught on camera. >> pam: plus -- a t-s-a program to help screen potential terrorists is getting some criticism. what a new report is saying about the expensive program. >> pam: plus how virgin america is helping some bay area dogs find homes just in time for the holidays.
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>> catherine: a developing story. >> catherine: four marines have been killed in a training accident at camp pendleton. the marines aren't saying much.but it happened this morning. during a training session at a firing range. camp pendleton is on the coast of san diego county. investigated - and the identities of the marines killed won't be released until their families have been notified. >> catherine: two more former band members from florida a&m university have accepted plea deals in the 20-11 hazing death of robert champion. and one of them could become the first person to go to prison for his involvement. jessie baskin has been described by prosecutors as the most 'enthusiastic' of the group --- saying >> catherine: baskin was beating champion with his hands and feet. he'll be sentenced in february. another defendant pleaded guilty to felony hazing and got one year of house arrest and probation. 15 former band members were charged in the case.and the victim's family is upset that not one of them has served any prison time.
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just ten bucks every saturday and sunday. today tastes so good. >> pam: these picture just in. showing a muni train in san francisco on autopilot. no train operator. but a load of passengers on board. >> pam: the "kt- inglestide/third street" train was stopped at the castro station around 10:30 this morning. muni says the operator got out to fix a problem with a door. and the train took off without him. a passenger pulled the emergency lever to get the car to stop about a quarter mile down the track. >> pam: no one was injured. and the 30 passengers got out at the forest hill station. muni says the driver has been placed on "non-driving" status pending further investigation.
>> reporter:the earthquake trend.continuing in san ramon.including one this morning that lots of people felt. the most recent was a 2.4 magnitude - just before one this afternoon. earlier today.a larger one.a 3.3 that was originally recorded as a 3.4 magnitude quake. both were centered near crow canyon country club.where crow canyon road and el capitan drive meet. and since friday.thre have been at least four other quakes. >> reporter:people are hopping on social media, telling us where they felt today's 3.3 quake. continuing our team coverage now with concerns about what all the recent earthquake activity may mean. as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, san ramon valley this road before.
>> pam: >> san ramon its earthquake sworn bally. >> reporter: survey's dr. david schwartz says it's anybody's guess when the shaking will stop. take a look at this. the green dots on this map of the san ramon valley show the dozens of earthquakes recorded from november of 2002 to march of 2003, the largest a magnitude 4- point-not sure why it's happening. >> reporter:the green dots on this map represent the more than 50 temblors that were recorded over a six-week
period near alamo. what does does it all mean? >> not really possible to say that there is a special meaning other than this is an active area. one-way reminds us that we have earthquakes with bigger ones down the road. >> reporter:bottom line, says schwartz, be prepared. in menlo park rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> pam: a san francisco police officer who claims he was racially profiled has sued the city and several fellow officers. stopped back in may for not having a license plate. the suit alleges officers jumped onto adamson's back and tried to choke him before tackling him to the ground. when he got out of the car to try and explain he was an officer on disablility leave. >> pam: adamson was charged with resisting arrest and vehicle code violations. those charges were later dropped.
the suit is seeking financial compensation for lost pay, medical expenses and emotional distress. on the peninsula. the woman >> pam: accused of driving drunk and then hitting and killing a bay area couple has pleaded not guilty to all charges. prosecutors say marjorie reitzell had a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit when she hit kamal and balbir singh. the crash happened as the menlo park couple was out walking their dog last month. reitzell remains in custody on two million dollars bail. >> catherine: hawaii's governor has signed a bill legalizing same sex marriage in the state. the measure takes effect december 2nd. a study is already estimating that same sex marriage will boosttourism there by 217- million dollars over the next three years. >> catherine: it's expected that hawaii will be a huge destination for same sex couples. 14 other states including california and the district
of columbia now allow same- sex marriage. and a bill making it legal in illinois is awaiting the governor's signature. return >> catherine: the t-s-a is making national headlines today. >> catherine: a new government report is slamming a t-s-a program that's supposed to spot possible terrorists. the agency has spent more than 900-million dollars on it over the last 10 years. >> catherine: the report says congress risks wasting more money on the program - unless it drums up some scientific proof that it actually works. >> catherine: the t-s-a believes that trained observers can pick out terrorists and criminals from the stream of every day passengers.
>> catherine: they look for behaviors that indicate stress, fear or of stories... deception. >> jacqueline: right now visibility at half a mile and half moon bay it looking good everywhere else. temperatures right now in the '50s closer to the coastline and '60s away from the coast line 366 concord with 65 in san francisco defog trecker shows for tomorrow morning the north bay largely in the clear. hanky on the coastline and the shores will as livermore valley spirit ---------------------------- >> jacqueline: for the
afternoon was see 70's and san jose and 67 in mount palo alto. and when bellies only in the low seventies tomorrow with 64 east bay shoreline. did these at the coast and because will have more sunshine will be in the '70s. extended forecast also like to mention before the wind will pick up and the cooling trend will continue into the weekend with a possible running for saturday. >> pam: if you subscribe to net flicks you might be noticing and make all for today noticing a makeover
today. >> pam: netflix is changing the way it looks in efforts to hook viewers for longer periods of time. >> pam: the new design includes more visual thumbnails that explain the company's recommendations. >> pam: including why you might like a particular movie or t-v series. >> pam: if subscribers connect their netflix account to facebook. the new format lists friends who have previously watched the movie or t-v >> pam: coming up. >> pam: an arizona firefighter got quite a scare while battling a blaze >> pam: camera. >> pam: plus -- a car accident caused a major power outage. how it affected the new graton casino this
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. when we thought >> reporter: the want the victims remembered and they are also seeking donations for those who have survived and are in great need. joining >> reporter: together and grass root effort for urgent disaster relief post or impacted by the devastating typhoon in the philippines. >> we are point to give it directly to the community organizations that would directly work with the people. we would do the groundwork so that we can ensure the money would darkly go to the people who are in need. direct labor
ciretly >> reporter: in fremont j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> reporter: it week after opening the great and casino was plunged into darkness. a car struck a power pole made knocking out power. the hundreds of people inside were told to leave and players on table games were played off in the slot machines were taken. a spokesperson was told once power was restored to the customers were paid off in machines were restored. >> reporter: closely watching the recent
earthquake activity at least seven small earthquakes in the last several days and the magnitude of 3.4. experts say this has an open and making up day earthquake sworn that has happened in the area before. >> reporter: in oakland and owner received a phone call stating that they were from pg eat meat and demanded cash. were they what disconnect services. pg&e had no record of that money and the owner had made two payments that day. what pg&e have to sit about telephone scams demanding cash.
>> reporter: revealing security policies and once and a on no-man's requested to see a student and was issued a pest wondering on campus he did not come in contact with any students but no one here knows who he is or what he wanted. >> reporter: 90 tonight at 6 home sales in the bay area are up. jumping more than 6 percent last month nearly which is down 4% of an october last year. median prices are just under $540,000. that figure is slightly up from last month.
>> jacqueline: 51 in daly city with 55 in san francisco and pretty mild and our inland valleys. we will see falk through the bay shore tonight with temperatures mainly in the forties. tomo it will still be n the fifties at the coast. winds will pick up tomorrow namely near the coast line and the hills. looking ahead cooler into the weekend a slight chance of rain. does that have a lot of running with it. rain with it >> jacqueline: >> pam: the next time you go
for a checkup, to not be surprised if your doctor to get on your case about your weight. new guidelines have been issued for medical possession to help fighting the nation's obesity epidemic. it urges physicians to be a lot more aggressive about helping patients dropped those extra pounds. doctors should calculate your body mass index, a week to hike ratio. and if you need to lose weight doctor should come up with the plan and send you for counseling. >> pam: the next edition for [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway is just what they crave. a hero of the table, "so delicious" they'll rave. fresh, natural, frozen. it's the best selection around. spend $30
an addition of people behaving badly. >> reporter: the city of walnut creek is planning a cleanup of its homeless encampments, encampments that don't always stand out. >> reporter: however the the telltale signs that there are in camp nearby stand out like a sore thumb to me. like this lady scooping up water from of the creeks near interstate 680. >> reporter: and the closer you see signs like turnaround now or get ready to dance, no trends passing and that one that concerns me the most be aware of docks. dogs >> reporter: i get invited to visit inside this encampment to see what is
going on with one of the residents quickly make something clear to me. >> dave and paul, the guys who on the place they owned the property on the water line and they gave us permission to be here ok. >> reporter: despite having permission or not this area is in desperate need of a clean up, you see this located right on a watershed. so as we approach the rainy season some of this stuff will morse likely be washed downstream. i spoke to the neighbors around the area and no one believes they have permission to build this encampment. this is just one of what dozens of an catmints there is another one that has been getting a lot of media attention. were the people living here have all but abandoned it except for this guy who told me if it weren't for the homeless
defecating on one a creek city streets they may have been left alone. however everything always comes to a boil and now it's time for clean up. walnut creek stanley roberts kron 4 news. >> pam: and sports raiders quarterback to report does not practice as he tried to reset and recap his ailing right knee. and jim harbaugh stick up for his quarterback colin kapernick who is taking criticism from the and fans for his plea last sunday. gary has their reaction in all the sports next.
>> gary: went and got immediately change your twitter handle. (laughter) >> gary: pam is still on top sheet is the best anchor! >> gary: appreciate what i've done for you in the years. you were always no. 2. (laughter) >> pam: (laughter) still and we are here for each other gary. all of us are 18. a team. >> gary: your sweetness may hinder you down the road. my toughness may get us through.
>> pam: a lot of good people are here. >> gary: gary qb at suffered a ministroke on the sidelines to week ago. will coach against the raiders on sunday. strained in c l on the right knee. will he be ready to go against houston on sunday if he's not riding the raiders will turn to rookie mcgraw and. >> gary: is a very sad story taut christiansen a 5 time pro bowler for the good on
>> pam: those are the stories we have to tell. >> gary: the largest u. the football program is at its lowest. another study last week concluded that high school football players may be more at risk for brain trauma than prose. so we have a look a question for you and we will let you go on-line and have fun on the internet. would you allow your son to play football? and candy game survive long- termand can the game survive
he said he would not think he would try to direct them to other other industries. or other sports. i think that is what he said. (laughter) >> gary: pam, thanks for making me laugh. >> gary: can bring our training program on air and the kind of make me a jerk. i am not a bad guy does have this think about i still take their show as a rational and not training. ok, right here. the >> gary: jackie will be gone soon she'll be in l.a.. >> jacqueline: you always
say that to me and now people are in mailing me and asking me why am i going to elevate. i say i am not! >> pam: (laughter) >> gary: how about next sirs of detroit tigers he is this guyana and the american league with 28 in the first place bold spirit sur's up to serve as your not much doubt on the best is. >> gary: this is really true of the yankees do not allow beard spirit sole will have the shave his beard it will
be very interesting when told by the agent cashman says he will cross him off the list. >> jacqueline: he's glad to pass up and chen's to play with the yankees because he will like to keep that birds nest on his face? >> pam: >> reporter: >> gary: (laughter) (laughter) avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive"
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