tv KRON 4 Early News KRON October 6, 2015 4:00am-7:01am PDT
. this morning on the kron 4 morning news, the governor signs a controversial bill. plus this morning we're learning more details about the oregon gunman. >> and the search continues for the man who killed a neighborhood artist. we have the picture that the police want you to take a good look at. good morning everybody. welcome to the the kron 4 morning news. we're talking about the forecast today. >> it's going to be a pretty nice day. we may see morning clouds
developing throughout the morning hours, otherwise sunshine and a nice afternoon with really mild readings expected. here's a live look at the bay bridge this morning. clear skies in our east bay locations right now. temperatures are looking good for oakland. it's 59 degrees and clear to partly cloudy conditions. by lunchtime we'll see 70 degrees. temperatures similar to yesterday. 73 is your high. we'll hit that at 2:00 p.m. this afternoon. low 70s by 6:00 tonight under clear conditions, 65 by 8:00 this evening. temperatures as you're waking up and heading out the door, a lot of 50s and 60s on the map. 61 in downtown san francisco. low 60s in livermore, 59 in concord and 57 for our friends in napa. so what's happening with temperatures today? it's going to be a nice mild warm day all across the bay area. our future cast shows us by
9:00 we'll see 50s and 60s, so grab a jacket or sweater, and then by lunchtime today we'll see 60s for the heart of the bay, including san rafael, but the yellow showing places will be in the low 70s by the lunchtime hour. and then by 3:00 p.m. we'll see temperatures topping in the 60s and 70s across the board. not expecting 80s for this afternoon. we could see a couple low 80 degrees readings for some spots. low 80s in pleasanton and livermore. upper 60s in downtown san francisco, so a little cooler today compared to yesterday's high that topped out in the lower 70s. 75 in san mateo. san jose, 77 degrees, and for our friends in the north bay, a mixed bag of mid to upper 70s under sunny skies for the afternoon. quick check of your bridges on your tuesday mornings. we'll start with the bay
bridge. very light traffic conditions here. there's the usual construction taking place but edition slow down your ride this -- shouldn't slow down your ride. a live look at your san mateo bridge commute. also very light conditions here. we did have a high wind advisory here yesterday, but this morning there's none of that happening. a live look at your golden gate bridge ride. things are looking quiet if you're heading from the northbound into downtown san francisco, heading south on 101 this morning. last but not least a look at your richmond commute where we have a light and easy ride as well on interstate 580. the time now is 4:03. back to you. breaking news that we're following this morning. deputies now investigating a suspicious death outside of
fairfax. they say a body was discovered last nature on a trail. no details have been released but we're headed there and we'll have an update live from the scene so stay tuned. also this morning, california will now allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives. it becomes the nation's 5th state to do so, the governor signing the state's right to die bill yesterday after an emotional and deeply personal debate. it was passed back in september. this despite the highly publicized case of brittany maynard. >> it's been a tumultuous year. i have to say that the ups and downs in the legislative process were taxing for me but i also come at this from the standpoint of compared to what
i went through last year and then for sure by comparison to what brittany had to endure last year, this was a walk in the park. >> the bill requirements are that the patient must be capable of taking the medication themselves and that two doctors must approve it. a san ramon man is arrested after he drugged and assaulted women in the area. he arranged at least four meetings with women here in the bay area. >> first and foremost i want to be clear, the problem in this whole thing was the suspect. it wasn't the victim. it wasn't that they did something remiss or they should be in any way ashamed or feel judged. >>reporter: police want to know if you've met this man. you may know him as kevin park,
jeremy lee. fre monfremont police say he drugged women. >> we did a lot of research into him. >>reporter: they say he used these sites. in september fremont detectives traveled to champagne illinois to arrest him at the university of illinois. police say they know of four bay area victims over the summer. they won't go into detail into what evidence they have but they say it points to more victims. since the women were rendered unconscious, it's possible some victims would not remember the encounter. >> if there is something else that he has done to other people, we want to know about it because we want to make sure he's held accountable. now the national news this morning, in roseburg oregon, we have grieve and gratitude.
they seem to come hand in hand where survivors of last week's shooting know they're lucky to be alive. tracy was in the classroom and she describes her experience. >> he didn't seem like he was like anxious or anything. he just seemed like he wanted to do that, and he seemed happy about it. he didn't seem stressed. >> students were allowed to collect their belongings. they also had the option to talk to counselors if they needed it. classes will resume on october 12th. it as an emotional night for many in fremont. a beloved teacher is murdered. the main suspect is her son. last night friends and family members celebrated her life and we spoke with those that knew
her at the vigil and they held it for her in her honor. >> she was the kind of person that drew everyone in with positive energy. >> a wonderful person. >> she challenged students to go further than people expected them to. >>reporter: many of those students are now celebrating her life. >> she would come over and just check on anthony on a personal note just to see how he was doing. >>reporter: loved ones are doing their best to forget about the circumstances of her death and focus on the good she did while they was alive. >> she was very proud to be a teacher and doing a great job. >>reporter: teaching was her passion. >> she would have them make music, write stories. she was awesome. >>reporter: but she was a whole lot more than a retired teacher. her personality drew people to her. many shared memorable moments they had with her.
>> people were thinking we were homeless people begging for money and we laughed about it later. >> her son now being held without bail. he'll be in court later this afternoon. in the east bay, police are hoping that this surveillance image helps catch a man who shot an artist who was working on a neighborhood mural. there was a verbal argument and then he ran off. police are calling him a person of interest in this case. police are saying he's about 6 feet tall has a thin build. take a a look at the photograph. the victim was killed last tuesday morning. up to $10,000 now being offered for any information that would lead to an arrest. coming up on the kron 4 morning news, it's almost that time of year again.
fleet week getting closer. one of our own took a ride with the navy's best. >> and a federal lawsuit has been filed against the sonoma county jail. that coming up next. >> here's a live look outside our san mateo bridge this morning. highway 92. so far it's moving well. if it starts to back up we'll let you know first right here on kron 4. so how ya doing? enough pressure in here for ya? ugh. my sinuses are killing me. yeah...just wait 'til we hit ten thousand feet. i'm gonna take mucinex sinus-max. too late, we're about to take off. these dissolve fast. they're new liquid gels. and you're coming with me... wait, what?! you realize i have gold status? do i still get the miles? new mucinex sinus-max liquid gels. dissolves fast to unleash max strength medicine. start the relief. ditch the misery.
. time now 4:12. let's get caught up on national news. we have flood waters that have killed at least 12 people in the carolinas. we followed the story for you yesterday. it's been raining there since late last week. in south carolina, for instance, as many as 9 dams have failed and more could follow. the rain has stopped but
communities remain on edge. there have been boat rescues taking people to safety. >> what i got on my body is what we have. pretty much down that hill there has lost everything this morning. our vehicles, our clothes, our everything, but the best thing is that we still have our lives. >> president obama has signed a disaster declaration, meaning federal aid will come to south carolina. that one of the main weather stories. we're also tracking our forecast this morning. >> good morning. we could see patchy fog and low clouds enveloping this -- developing this morning. clear skies here for now. that's good news for the earliy arriving flights this morning, so i don't anticipate any delays as of now for sfo, oakland or san jose, but if the
clouds do develop, we'll keep you posted on any delays. san jose you're in the low 60s at this hour so grab a jacket as you're heading out the door. temperatures will be in the 70s by lunchtime and we'll see the high by 2:00 p.m., so a nice afternoon with plenty of sunshine. low 70s by 6:00 tonight. here's a look at your visibility. so we're not eing any issues with visibility. we're looking at nine to ten- mile visibility, so things are clear out there for now, and here's a look at your wind speeds. so we are looking at fairly light winds with the exception of fairfield. for the rest of the bay area we're looking at calm conditions under 10 miles per hour winds, and for this afternoon, light winds as well. temperatures right now, low 60s in san francisco. 58 in san mateo.
upper 50s in oakland. 56 in antioch and low 60s in fairfield. here's a break down of your highs. oakland, your high is 73. 71 in hayward. union city around 73 degrees. and for our friends in our inland locations, a couple low 80-degree readings, including walnut creek at 80. 81 in livermore. upper 70s in danville. your next three days look like this. gradual warming continues through tomorrow and into thursday. we could also potentially see upper 80s. i'll let you know how the weekend is shaping up. there could be a chance for showers. we'll talk more about that coming up later during your storm tracker 4, 7-day around the bay forecast. now a quick check of drive
times. we're looking at very light traffic conditions on highway 4 from antioch the concord. that will take you about 15 minutes this morning. here's a look at highway 4 from concord to walnut creek to the 680 enter change. that will taking you under ten minutes. and your drive from walnut creek to dublin will take you about 16 minutes. back to you, james. let's head to the north bay where a federal civil rights lawsuit has been filed against sonoma county after two former inmates say they got a 5-hour beating from deputies. they claim the deputies attacked them, along with at least 18 other inmates. we have more details on the lawsuit. >>reporter: there are major accusations surrounding the alleged happenings inside these
walls. two former inmates have come forward and filed a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging violence and misconduct against inmates on may 28th of this year. according to this complaint, an inmate didn't wake up when soap was being given out. that was when things took a turn. the complaints continued saying at one point deputies dressed in all black, wearing ski masks, dragged him to the shower, order him to strip naked and told the inmate he was their expletive. he pleaded that he was unable to breathe and begged deputies to stop. the response, according to the complaint, let me hear you say it, say, say this is our house. we can do this all day. in another stance that day, the come -- instance that day, the complaint says banks was denied medical attention for his injuries for more than 24
hours. he suffers from serious anxiety and mental health difficulties following the incident. also this morning, the state of nevada is paying up. the state in hot water now after allegedly putting mentally ill patients on one- way bus trips to san francisco. it was back in 2013 san francisco sued nevada after reports of patients being discharged from a psychiatric hospital in las vegas and were then bused to california. they were directed to look for care in san francisco. nevada has agreed to pay $400,000 to settle the lawsuit. the san jose stadium deal is dead for now. some fans holding out hope that major league baseball and the a's will turn their attention back to the south bay. as expected by most legal experts, the u.s. supreme court has refused to san jose's contention that major league baseball stalled the bid to
bring the as to town. the mayor says it's time to move on. well, new this morning, the fate of an apartment complex that's dangerously close to falling in the pacific ocean. kron 4's charles clifford takes a look at what's happening with those apartment complexes. >>reporter: during the winter of 2009/2010, heavy storms tore away at the cliffs here in pacifica. when it became clear that several buildings were in danger of falling, the apartments were red tagged and evacuated. they have remained that way since. efforts were made to prevent erosion but they've remain unchanged. there's new concerning that the apartments could once again be in danger of falling. she lives a few doors down in
an apartment building that also is on top of the cliffs. >> i'm wondering how long mine will last. >>reporter: she wants the regular tagged apartments removed before the problem gets worse. >> you walking the dogs along the beach, debris is constantly breaking away. that time of year again, fleet week, the blue angels back in town. >>reporter: i have thought about this day every day for the past three months. let me tell you something. there is nothing that can prepare you for a flight with the blue angels other than doing it. the take off is not a gradual incline but vertical, like an
elevator. >> you ready? oh!. >> nice work. >>reporter: this capital has been training for years to be -- captain has been training for years. >> take a deep breath. ready. hit it. good. keep squeezing your legs, squeeze your abs, squeeze your abs, squeeze your legs. approaching supersonic here. >>reporter: are we going 600 miles per hour? >> yes, 670 miles per hour. good. we're going to bring the throttles back, you'll feel a
big deceleration. >>reporter: when we landed, the captain was as fresh as a morning walk. me, i was sweaty and worn out. they told me it would feel like two hours at the gym. they were not kidding. >> you did a good job. i was worried that we hurt your neck, but other than that you did a nice job. great positive attitude all the way through and i had a pleasure flying with you. >>reporter: and for the record, i never passed out or threw up. i heard there was a pool at the office that i would. i plan to collect. >> i thought he was going to really throw the bananas he had eaten during the day. good job. kron 4 proud to welcome the blew angels and you can catch it all live saturday october 10th at 2:00 p.m. we'll take a break. coming up on the kron 4 morning news, excited fans got a taste of the warriors that their
. welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. here's a look at some of the stories we're working on for you. [ inaudible ] forces them to live on the front lawn of their million-dollar mansion. why the man won't leave the home. >> meanwhile, you may want to think twice before skipping the flu shot this season. flu season carries an actual price tag. we'll explain how it's affecting your wallet. >> plus it's called the taylor swift curse. why major league baseball teams
are blaming the pop star for their losing streaks. those stores coming up at 5:00. the golden state warriors kicking off their first pre- season game. the world champions are tipping off in a place that usually sees pucks drop at the shark tank, but we were there for the first glimpse of the warriors. >>reporter: the sap center was packed to the ceiling with the dedicated. thousands of fans got what they wanted, to see their hero, stef curry and the rest of the team go at it. curry looked loose and confident, making three pointers as he does. the fans could not have been happier. it was the time they had been waiting for and they did wait. some for several hours. the line was down the block and around the corner. you would think it was a play- off game based on how many
people were in attendance. for these fans it did not matter one bit that the game does not count. they just wanted to see the team back in action and to get one of these, a steph curry bobblehead statue. >> i'm excited because it's the first game and we get all these games. >> it's awesome seeing them play here because we've never seen them play here and it's the shark stadium. it's something different. and of course steph curry and the bobblehead. >> i think they're all expecting the bobblehead, to be honest with you. it's going to go on e bay later on for everybody else but i'm keeping it. still ahead, general mills is recalling two million boxes
of cheerios. >> plus, ump qua community college reopening its campus. we have clear skies starting off your tuesday morning. the time now is 4:28. this i it collects leaving gross germ-ridden stains. clorox toilecleaner with bleach is no match for that. but lysol power toilet bowl cleaner eliminates mineral build-up effortlessly and kills 99.9% of germs. to get your toilet truly clean, why choose anything other than the power of lysol? and to keep it that way for up to 4 weeks try lysol automatic toilet bowl cleaner.
. coming up on 4:30. here are the big stories that we're following for you this morning. california will now allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives using doctor-prescribed drugs. it becomes the nation's 5th state to do so. governor brown signing the states right to die bill yesterday after a very emotional and deep personal debate. the legislation passed back in september. the bill requires the patient must be capable of taking the medication themselves and that two doctors must approve it. plus it was an emotional night for many in fremont.
a vigil was held last night for a beloved teacher who was murdered and the main suspect is the teacher's own son. last night friends and family members celebrated the victim's life. she was a retired special education math teacher, and people who knew her say that teaching was her passion. her son, omar, is being held without bail and he'll be arraigned this afternoon. police in the east bay looking for more victims after a man is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting four min. the 20-year-old lives in san ramon and the alleged assaults happened in fremont. police say he used fake names and is accused of giving women alcohol tainted with drugs and sexually assaulting them. there is evidence indicating there may be more victims throughout the bay area. let's turn our attention to weather. we've got anywe're looking at
the forecast. >> it will be a couple degrees warmer or cooler depending on where we're at. we're looking at a beautiful fall day. we have clear skies starting off this tuesday morning here in san francisco. the only exception is santa rosa. right now you're reporting cloudy conditions. santa rosa looking for a high of 67 at 2:00 today. getting to around 63 by 6:00 this evening. it's going to be a nice ride home. look for a southwestly wind. here's a look at your future cast. temperatures in the 50s and 60s and warming up nicely for lunch time. a lot of us will be in the 70s today. and then by 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. this afternoon, we'll hit our afternoon highs. that will be generally mainly 70s and a few spots in the low
80s. and for some parts of the bay, including downtown san francisco, you're looking at temperatures topping out in the mid to upper 60s under partly to mostly sunny conditions. highs for today break down like this, so 68 in san francisco, 69 in half moon bay. a little warmer for oakland, 70s for our oakland location. upper 70s in antioch, 79 in fairfield. we'll see low 80s in pleasanton and livermore. for our friends in north bay, temperatures will be in the upper 70s when the clouds clear out, maying way for partly to mostly sunny conditions for today. i'll let you know what days are going to be the warmest, and it looks like temperatures are going to start to cool off next week. here's a quick check of your bridges on your tuesday morning. we'll start with the san mateo bridge commute. we're here on 92. things are light, no major hot
spots to report all across the bay area. live look at your golden gate bridge ride for you folks on the north bay heading southbound on 101 this morning. light traffic conditions so far. also light traffic conditions at the richmond san rafael bridge. we've got this one car going through so it is a great time to leave the house. the time is 4:34. back to you. let's get back to oregon now, the umpqua community recuperating after the massacre last week. the college opened yesterday for students to collect their belongings. >>reporter: since this road opened up on saturday night, cars have been passing through. some of the construction work on campus appears to be starting up as well. i talked with a student from ucc about coming back to the school. joel, is this the first time you're coming boo the campus. >> -- into the campus?
>> the first was to recover my vehicle, but this is the first time so far this week. >>reporter: and what would you say the mood is like? >> it's subdued. it's really, really awkwardly quiet out here. everything is still locked and i'm apparently one of the only students here. >>reporter: and how are you holding up? >> i'm doing all right. i'm just trying to keep focused on my schoolwork and what not and push through this. >>reporter: law enforcement will be on campus all week. and just to reiterate, classes are canceled all this week and are expected to start back up on october 12th. >> much more on that story too as students return to class and resume class on october 12th. back here in the bay area, let's talk about the new eastern span of the bay bridge. even before it was open to traffic, there had been safety concerns. some questioned the role of corrosion and water intrusion
and how that's played in the long-term safety of the bridge. now there are new concerns about a different section of the bridge. this time the focus is on the main cable. the question is whether water is getting into the eastern anchorage just below the road deck. officials say there's no active rust at this point and the brimming is safe, but they're -- bridge is safe and they're keeping an eye on it. police are on the hunt with an armed robber. it happened last monday. in the surveillance video you can see a man attacking a homeowner in his garage. the homeowner fights back and is able to wrestle away the man's gun. >> i don't come off as any kind of tough guy, and so people look at that and they're kind of like oh, look at this guy, you know, you brandish a gun on him, he's going to give you his
life savings. not this time around. >> so that's our first time hearing from the homeowner. he says he learned to defend himself groaning up in the tough doing growing up in the tough eastern oakland neighborhood. chevy is about to release it's latest hybrid car, and we get a precue of that car -- preview of that car next. if you missed our update on the forecast, don't worry, we'll have it again at 4:45.
. we are back. 4:39 the time. chevy about to release its major up date to its hybrid. the car hits dealerships next week. >>reporter: before it officially hits the market next week, chevy brought the new 2016-volt to san francisco to give the media a chance to get up close to the car and take it for a spin. here's my take. driving it around, i liked how it handled. it was fast. the hills of san francisco were no problem. there is some power in this car. it has a lot of improvements from the first version. it basically has been rebuilt from the ground up. i feel like this is a high-end hybrid vehicle that you can get for a low price. you can get for at low as $25,000. it's not as fancy as a tesla,
doesn't have all the bells and whistles. this an affordable alternative. and one advantage to the volt being a hybrid, it does have a gas engine that kicks in as you need it. 90% of the time as you drive around town or on your regular commute, you will only use electric power, but if you get stuck in traffic or if you want to go out of town for the weekend, you can get there with this car without having to recharge or refuel. it can get 420 miles off of one charge and one tank of gas. when you're driving you're constantly recharging. >> this car is more than 200 pounds lighter than the other volt. there's additional safety features. we have lane departure warning and lane keep assist are some options that are available with it now. forward collision alert. ten airbags in the vehicle.
. we are back at 4:45 talking about the forecast. if you missed the last update we've got anny back now with more on what we can expect. >> it's going to be a nice day. the gradual warming continues the next few days, and we'll also have a check of your traffic. i am tracking an accident on 101 at 92 involving a truck, so we'll talk about that in just a minute. first let's talk about san mateo. we do have clear skies all across the bay area this morning. oakland good morning to you. you're at 59 degrees right now. low 70s by lunchtime under
sunny conditions. a few high clouds out there. 73 is our forecast high, and by 2:00 p.m. this afternoon, look for a light southwestly breeze around 10 miles per hour. for that evening ride home it looks to be nice. low 70s by 6:00 this evenings. wind speeds not bad, fairly light to calm with the exception of fairfield. most of the area will be looking at light winds but the exception will be the north bay. it will be a bit breezy by this afternoon. 60 in san francisco, low 60s in san jose and livermore, 59 in concord and hayward. check out your highs along the peninsula. mid 70s in san mateo, 77 in redwood city, palo alto 76, the coast staying generally in the mid to upper 60s today. heading to our south bay locations, looking at a high of
79 for sunnyville. upper 70s in morgan hill. here's a quick check of your storm tracker. the warmup continues through the next few days here. mid 80s expected inland for wednesday and thursday. friday looks to be our warmest day where our inland highs top out in the upper 80s, close to 90 on friday. the weekend looks to be nice, upper 80s for saturday and sunday with lots of sunshine. i do want to mention there is one model hinting at the chance for moisture late saturday into sunday. other models keeping it dry, so we'll keep our eye on that. let's look at the traffic. i mentioned the accident on 92 the and 101. it's involving the truck, so westbound traffic is blocked at 101 this morning. there is debris scattered on the roadway, so you may encounter that if you're in the san mateo area, and right now
because traffic is fairly light, there are no major backups or delays as of now, and they're working to clean up that accident scene at this moment. we'll keep you posted on that. here's a look at some drive times. we'll start with dublin on 580. it is slow for some places. that drive will take you just under 30 minutes this morning. another drive time is dublin to fremont. nothing to slow you down here, no hot spot here. this will take you about 21 minutes on 680 from dublin into fremont. also taking a look at your drive time from san leandro to oakland on 880 this morning. that will take you about 14 minutes. the time now is 4:47. back to you. >> thank you. a new tradition to honor her daughter. madie middleton's mother hosted a huge celebration on what would have been madie's 9th birthday. we were there. >>reporter: what's a child
party without the balloon ferry. >> i'm here to celebrate madie's birthday party. >>reporter: while there's laughter and face painting, it's also a day to remember. madie middleton would have turned 9 years old and this party in the park would have been her dream come true. >> it's like a 9 year old's dream party. >>reporter: children played in the park on bouncy houses and there was even a petting zoo but no madie around to enjoy it. >> she's not physically with us, but i'm going to always throw her a party. >>reporter: she's still raw from the murder of her little girl and struggles to stay positive. >> we all, i don't think, would have as much strength to get through this if she wasn't with
all of us. she can be everywhere now. also in the news this morning, a former marine and harvard-educated lawyer pleaded not guilty to kidnapping charges. the 38-year-old is accused of breaking into a home and adeducting denise. police original any dismissed that case as a hoax, but in june he was arrested with a home invasion in dublin and evidence was found that linked him to the kidnapping. a trade involving the united states and 11 other nations is a major victory for president obama but it could create a rift. it will be weeks before the full scope of the agreement is known, but several labor groups are worried that it will result in american jobs being sent to countries with lower wages.
a congressional vote on the transpacific partnership is not expected to happen until next year. at least 13 people were killed from a storm that ravaged the carolinas. the weather is flooding roads. experts say the weather is not over yet. we have the latest from columbia, south carolina. >>reporter: scenes of unearthed caskets are adding to the heart break. >> we've got to respect the dead, but that's family suffering. that's their family popped up out of the ground. i think it's the human thing to do. >>reporter: flood waters separated tombstones from the ground. >> there were alligators in the parking lot. >>reporter: flood waters took control of this truck. the powerful currents were enough to carry the vehicle through the intersection. this the case people escaped safely, but not everyone was as
lucky. >> this is dangerous. i can't stress enough that this is not a fun event. we don't want to come out and rescue and have you added to this number of fatalities. >>reporter: roads and bridges are closed as rescue teams scramble to pull residents from the rising waters. the waters that officials warn are on the move. >> if you don't need to be out, don't go out. we don't need spectators. we need people to stay in. there's a good chance if you go out and start looking, you may become a victim because we've got roads that are continuing to crumble down, so we're asking everybody to stay in. two marines are hoping for the best as they wait for news about their friend who is missing in the atlantic. keith griffin was an engineer on the car go ship that disappeared in hurricane joaquin. we talked to two of his
classmates from the academy. >>reporter: they knew deep down they would know someone on the ship. they graduated in massachusetts in 2005. a tight-knit class. >> he's a real man's man. >> he was a friendly guy, a very capable engineer. >>reporter: griffin has only been married two years with twins on the way. his wife told our sister station fox 25 in boston, she spoke with griffin wednesday and he was going to sleep early. because of the storm he was worried he might not get much sleep that night. both of his classmates know the dangers. this is a video of the coast guard making a recovery. >> you're looking for something the size of a basketball in the
middle of nowhere. >>reporter: while crews are searching, griffin's classmates have a message for his wife and family. >> there's nothing that i could possibly say that could help. the grieve has to be extreme. >> there's a lot of people thinking about you and praying for you and supporting you. >> we'll be following that story throughout the morning. griffin is one of the 33 sailors who were on the ship that went missing. the coast guard is assuming the vessel has sunk but is still looking for survivors. also making headlines, cheerios. apparently not quite what the box says it is. general mills recalling boxes. the serial labeled gluten may actually have wheat in it. the company says wheat flour was used.
the serial boxes have the plant code ld and best used by dates are in july of 2016. they posted all of the recalls, specifics and everything else that you want to find out on our website, so we've got that for you at kron4.com. check it out. up next, the american star that landed a spot in the new harry potter spinoff. and the anniversary of the classic time traveling movie. that's coming up.
life. on our website she calls pregnancy quote the worst experience. she says she cannot relate to people who enjoy it. she is expecting her second child. >> john voigt is joining harry potter. check. the movie also stars eddie red main. >> as october 21st, 2015 fast approaches, universal pictures continues to treat back to the future fans to new surprises. >> this time it's really, really personal. >> the studio just released a trailer for jaws 19. an ad for the fake sequel was
famously featured in the back to the future sequel. coming up on the kron 4 morning news, a suspicious death overnight. we'll have a live report. >> and an east bay man is accused of sexually assaulting women that he met online and police think there's more victims out there. >> and the community remembers a fremont teacher who was murdered, police think by her own son.
and sexually assault women. >> and fleet week is under way in the bay area. we're along for the ride with the blue angels. good tuesday morning to you. >> we'll have more to see how things went for will on his blue angels flight yesterday. let's go to james for the forecast. we'll get you quickly out the door. starting off this morning with a live look. this is over sfo where we have visibility looking good at ground level, but there are clouds overhead. this is the satellite radar showing at least some cloud cover out there. we'll look for some of that to hang out and continue for the first half of the day. in san jose, a quick glimpse
for you. temperatures should get up to 76 to 77 degrees today. that will be between 2:00 and 4:00 this afternoon. winds will be light and variable, but the sunshine looks to be out later this afternoon. let's get a quick update on traffic. james, we are already tracking a hot spot with a problem in san mateo on highway 92 westbound right at the highway 101 interchange. an accident occurring in the 4:00 hour. that, according to the chp, is blocking autopsy westbound lanes of -- all westbound lanes and that includes debris from the accident and emergency vehicles. so at present there isn't much of a backup but that's only because the traffic is so light. the chp may be issuing a special traffic advisory meaning they expect lanes to be blocked for 30 or more minutes. right now your ride into the bay bridge westbound, problem free. no delays here as you can see. and the 92 ride is being fed
here at the san mateo bridge. and because the traffic is as light as you see it here, that's why we don't see a bigger backup at the other side. one of the big stories we're following right now, sheriff's deputies are investigating a suspicious death. jackie is in fairfax with details. >>reporter: i'm just west of fairfax. you can see crime scene investigators are still on the scene almost 12 hours after they found the body here. here's video from earlier this morning. now, according to the sheriff's deputy, they say shortly after 6:00 last night, a hiker on old railroad grade trail just west of downtown fairfax found a body on the trail. now, right now the sheriff's department is not saying whether that victim is a male
or female but they're ininvestigating it as a suspicious death. we're also being told that there are signs of trauma on the body. so right now what's going on is the investigators are still out here. what they're doing is waiting for daybreak so they can process the scene. we have been told that the coroner's office has been called to the scene. not sure whether or not the body has been removed, but obviously, given the state of darkness that they've had to work under, what they want to do is wait until the sun comes up and go through that area with a fine-tooth comb to collect any potential evidence. what we're waiting for right now is word from the sheriff's department on exactly why they're calling this a suspicious death. as soon as we get that information, we'll pass it along. >> we'll check back with you and get updates throughout the morning. police in the east bay are looking for more victims of a man who is accused of drugging
and sexually assaulting four women. they say he met them through social media. the 20-year-old lives in san ramon, and the alleged assaults happened in fremont. police say he used a number of fake names to meet women through social media websites, and popular dating apps. they say he arranged meetings through kinder, facebook, scout and moco space. he's accused of giving the women alcohol tainted with drugs and then sexually assaulting them. >> i want to be clear the problem with this whole thing was the suspect. it wasn't the victim, that they did something remiss or they should be in any way ashamed or feel judged. if there is something else he has done to other people, we want to know about it because we want to make sure he's held accountable. >> police say there's evidence indicating there could be more victims. big news that we're following nationally, south carolina is heading into the four day of flooding causing
billions of dollars in damage and nearly a dozen deaths and there's no sign of the water letting up anytime soon. anny is monitoring the situation for us. >> at least 13 people are dead after devastating storms hit the carolinas. check out the weather that flooded roads and overcame dams. weather experts say it's not over yet. officials have started what they're calling controlled releases of water at several area dams and they're concerned the infrastructure could break and cause even more damage. scenes of unearthed caskets add to the heartbreak. flood waters separated tombstones from the ground in some cemeteries. >> there were alligators in the parking lot. i cannot describe it to you. >> this is dangerous, this is very real. i can't stress enough that this is not a fun event. we don't want to have to come out and rescue you, and much worse, we don't want to have
you added to this number of fatalities. >> officials are calling this a one in a thousand-year rainfall where more than 550 roads and bridges are closed. rescue teams are scrambling to pull residents from rising waters. we'll continue to fall this for you throughout the morning news and also on kron4.com and bring you updates when they become available. 5:07 right now. big news this morning, it was an emotional night for many in fremont. a vigil was held for a teacher who was murdered. she was brutally killed by her son inside her apartment. last night friends and family celebrated her life. she was a retired special ed math too mucher, and people who knew her -- teacher, and people say teaching was her passion. they are focusing on the good she did when she was alive. >> she was the kind of person
that drew everyone in with positive energy. >> she challenged students to go further than people expected them to. >> she was proud of being a teacher and doing a great job. >> her son, omar, is being held without bail. he'll be arraigned this afternoon. and california is now the nation's 5th state to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives. governor brown signing the states right to die bill yesterday after an emotional debate. the legislation was passed last month. brittany maynard with brain cancer had to move to oregon to end her life. yesterday her husband spoke out about the bill being signed into law. >> it was a tumultuous year. i have to say that the ups and downs in the legislative
process at times were taxing for me, but i also come at this from the standpoint of compared to what i went through last year and then for sure by comparison to what brittany had to endure last year, this is a walk in the park. >> the bill requires that the patient must be capable of taking the medication themselves and two doctors must approve it. police in the east bay are hoping surveillance images will help catch a man who shot an artist working on a mural in oakland. let's take a look at the man. he's on the right of the screen that you see there and this happened last tuesday morning as reported live here on the kron 4 morning news. there was a verbal argument between the painter and the gunman, and then the gunman opened fire and ran off.
he shot and killed antonio ramos who you see there. police are calling the man in the image a person of interest. in addition to looking at this picture, he's described as 6 feet tall a thin build, and he had a blue adidas jacket on. up to $10,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest in this case. two former sonoma county jail inmates are filing a lawsuit against the sheriff's office. they accused the correctional deputies of beating more than 20 inmates during an incident in may. martinez and banks are the ones named in this lawsuit. they say deputies systematically attacked them in the main adult detention facility. they're seeking damages and they want a special monitor appointed to oversee use of force incidents at the jail. the sheriff's office says the allegations are outrageous.
the state of nevada is paying up after putting mentally ill patients on a bus to san francisco. reports of patients being discharged from a psychiatric hospital in las vegas and being bused to california. from there they were directed to look for care in san francisco. here we go. you ready? hit it. >>reporter: oh!. >> nice work. >> that's will taking the ultimate ride with the blue angels much it's hard to know how he did because he had the visor on. before the flight he was a little nervous but trying to play it cool and talking about anything he could, so let's
listen. >>reporter: that sounds like darth vadar. have you ever been to hawaii? >> i sure have. >>reporter: i used to report out there. i'm amazed how peyton manning is so good. i have soon to be 7-month-old twins and i was explaining to them what i was doing today and it's hard to explain to them. vertical. holy smoke!. >> pretty cool, huh? >>reporter: you mind if i take a quick selfie? >> go ahead. just hang on to your camera. >>reporter: yes, sir. >> i can't believe he was able to take the photo up there.
>> he probably posted it. >> of course he did. he was mindless, like, what, your kids are 7 years old, not 7 months old. he was nervous, but he just kept talking. oh my gosh. he's looking out the window. i want to know did he loose consciousness, did he throw up? >> no. >> no? gosh. >> he did look a little like a bobblehead doll. >> all you guys showed your eyes. >> pretty incredible to see that. he's home resting today. we're going to grill him tomorrow morning. >> but the blue angels are up flying. this is routine for them. they make it look easy. their air show is soo cool, so fun to watch, and we've got it live here on kron 4. check it out. it's at 2:00 p.m.
see, now i feel better. make your tummy happy mmm yoplait . welcome back. focusing on the weather here with james, taking a live look at sfo. no excuses today, right? it looks clear out there. >> there are some high clouds out there. and once the sun comes up we'll see them better. for now, no clouds, no fog to speak of at least i this shot, but we are getting reports of it on the coastal side. let's walk you through the
forecast. high pressure still dominating the forecast but we still have clouds roaming about, and because we have some clouds this morning like we didn't have yesterday, our temperatures might be either at or maybe even a degree cooler than it was yesterday if you're at the coast or by the immediate bay. inland you're still going to be on the warm side. san jose maxing at around 77 degrees. that's what we'll expect as you head into the 2:00, 3:00 hour this today, and again that live look shows us that we're doing good in terms at visibility. the winds on the light side but we have 10 miles per hour winds in fairfield, 3 in concord, and in the south bay we're looking at 10 miles per hour. sustained winds through downtown san jose. we've got 57 in oakland. a mix of upper 50s to low 60s like we had yesterday morning at this time. this afternoon look for the inland east bay valleys to warm up. otherwise you're looking at a mix of 76 to 79 degrees.
take a look. we're still looking at a warming trend beginning wednesday into thursday and by the weekend, upper 80s to near 90. let's get to traffic. even though there's a signal alert with lanes blocked on westbound highway 92 right at 101 where a truck and several other vehicles collided, debris spilled across the lanes, only one, possibly two lanes open, there isn't much of a backup in the westbound direction. what few lanes are open are able to absorb the traffic. it is backing up approaching the 101 interchange and will add about two to three minutes to your trip, but it's not having any impact on this ride. so of course there are no lights at the san mateo bridge so there's nothing that caltrans can do here at the east end of the span, but the traffic getting by so far seems to be able to be getting through. there is debris in the lanes,
there are emergency vehicles there, and that's why they don't have all of the lanes open yet. we are sending crews to that location, because if this is out there for much longer, the potential for a huge traffic jam exists. right now the bay bridge westbound looks good. we're about 10 to 15 minutes away from seeing the metering lights activated. for your ride to the golden gate 101 northbound, southbound delay free as you head across the span, and also problem free as you head through the county. >> thank you. big news we're following this morning, law enforcement officials say the gun man who killed 9 people last week ranted about not having a
girlfriend. in the writings, harper mercer also complained that others around him thought he was crazy. the writings were recovered last week. the official is familiar with the investigation but not authorized to speak publicly. and president obama plans to visit with the relatives of the victims of last week's community college shooting. he will travel to roseburg oregon on friday and meet with the families in a private meeting. staffers and students were allowed to return to the campus yesterday to gather their possessions that were left behind, but classes won't resume at umpqua community college until next week. the fate of a pacifica apartment complex remains in limbo. during the winter of 2009, heavy storms tore away at the cliffs. when imbecame clear that several buildings on top of did cliffs were in danger, the
apartments were red tagged and evacuated. they've remained that way since. efforts were made to prevent further erosion, but for the first four winters there have been mild winters and they've remained unchanged. people living in the area want the apartments removed. there is new concern that the apartments could once again be in peril. an american airlines flight from phoenix to boston had to make an emergency landing because the pilot died mid flight. the first officer had to take over and safely landed the plain. there were 147 passengers on board. they were told the pilot was sick and the flight was making an emergency landing. they later learned that the pilot had actually died. the pilot was identified as 57- year-old michael johnston. if you're thinking about skipping a flu shot, you may want to think about the cost of
the flu. each year it costs 10.$4 billion in direct medical expenses for americans and 16.$3 billion in lost earnings for sick employees of companies. it can be especially costly for homes with young kids who are the most likely to get the flu. fighting the flu can be made easier by grabbing certain items at the grocery store. live cultures in yogurt and mushrooms. waters and other fluids help clean out your system. and hot peppers and spices can clear your sinuses. a houston man has been living in his front yard after his wife kicked him out of his mansion that they shared. he's been living in the front yard for six months. his wife kicked him out, took away his keys and won't let him back in. he owns half of their million- dollar home and everything inside, but his wife won't file
for divorce because she won't give up half of her fortune. neighbors are concerned about his health. there are signs posted for people not to feed him or help him. police officers have been called to that home 20 to 30 times over the last six months. there is nothing illegal. he has a right to be there and camp in his front yard if he wants to. >> don't feed the husband. >> come on. look at this house. he can't live in a hotel? i mean he's making a point obviously but camping in the front yard. facebook one step closer to going into space. >> and scandal around fantasy football.
. welcome back. facebook is one step closer to beaming internet from space. they're teaming up with a satellite company. the satellite will launch next year and reach 14 countries in west, east and southern africa bringing free internet to rural areas. facebook using the satellite lasers and drones getting people around the world online. it has already connected people in nearly 20 countries. scandal rocking the world
of fantasy football. two of the biggest online fantasy football websites. the story first broke in the new york times and raises the question about who at the companies has access to valuable data like which players that the majority are betting on and putting their money on. draft kings finished second place on a fan dual contest. so he knows this information, places money and wins money. while they did nothing illegal, they are banning employees from participating in the contest. >> if we have a contest we can't participate. >> but they're participating in the other company. can we compete for others? >> yes, we can.
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. we're here in the weather center with james and we're seeing rain in eastern nevada. >> yes. some of the clouds streaming our direction. we may see cloud cover most of the morning and we're expecting that to hang around until at least 11:00. because of that the sun is going to get a later start for some communities, and as a result you may have a temperature that might be a degree or two cooler than
yesterday when we started the day with clear skies. this is what it looks like outside where we can clearly see the lights in the distance there. we're off to a decent start at the bay bridge. here's your temperature graph for oakland. breaking it down into every two hours we're going to take a sample of the temperature reading and it looks like we'll max out around 73 to 75 degrees for downtown oakland in the areas around lake merritt and we'll cool off tonight. the winds going to be with us tonight, but on the light side. it's going to be variable but for oakland coming from the southwest. i'll be back in 15 minutes. we'll talk more about the gradual warmup that we should expect as we head toward the weekend. let's get to traffic. george, good morning. taking a look at what's happening in san leandro, a big rig accident in the vicinity of
marina boulevard and that's where we're beginning to see slow traffic on 880 in the southbound direction, and we continue to monitor here this accident westbound on highway 92 at 101 where lanes are blocked. not only on the connecting ramp from 92 on to 101 but just continuing westbound past 101 on 92, but despite the fact that there's a chp special advisory here, we just don't see much in the way of a traffic impact, even through foster city for the westbound highway 92 ride. that's not a complaint. it's just a sincere expression of wonder that we could have this many lanes blocked and so little impact. it's an easy ride here westbound, not only getting on the bridge but continuing across. at the bay bridge your westbound ride could be beginning to back up here as we now move just past 5:30. we expect to see the metering
lights activated at any moment. big news this morning, a new tradition to honor her daughter. madie middleton's mother celebrated her daughter's life. she would have turned 9 years old yesterday and it was a 9- year-old girl's dream party. children played on bouncy houses. there was face painting and a petting zoo. her mother, laura is still struggling, from the murder of her daughter. >> she's not physically with us but i'm always going to throw her birthday parties and it's not just for her. i'm so happy these kids are having fun. >> the mayor of santa cruz declared october 5th madie's day. police are investigating
the death of a woman whose body was found at the intersection of john f. kennedy and chain of lakes drive. it appears she suffered from some sort of blunt force trauma to the head. police are investigating her death as a homicide. police are looking for a suspect who walked into a fremont cvs and demanded prescription drugs just before 5:00 in the morning on friday. he told the clerk he had a gun and demanded drugs. the clerk told the man that they didn't have access to the medication and the man then left the store. police are asking for your help. take a look at these pictures. they want to identify two women who stole from a beauty store. they say this happened last friday around noon. the two women entered an ulta store and took things off the
shelves and walked out of the store. details are just emerging. more to come. a former marine and harvard educated lawyer pleading not guilty to kidnapping charges. he's accused of breaking into a home and abducting denise. she was later released more than 400 miles away. police originally dismissed the case as a hoax, but then in june he was arrested in another case and found evidence in that case that linked him to the kidnapping. a former morgan hill teacher will serve four decades behind bars after being convicted of sexually abusing children. 53-year-old john arthur lloyd sexually assaulted four girls. one at nordstrom elementary in 2005 and two other others at
paradise valley elementary. yesterday a judge sentenced him to 40 years in prison. general mills is recalling two million boxes of cheerios and honey nut cheerios. they were made at a plant about 30 miles from antioch. wheat flour was used. the cereal boxes have the code ld on the box, and the best by date is july of 2016. we have all of the specifics of this recall, including our you can get a refund, at kron4.com. easy mile announcing it's partnership with the contra costa transportation authority. it will start by bringing two
driverless shuttles to bishop ranch for prototype testing. easy mile representatives say the shuttles have been successfully deployed in other locations. still ahead, the texas rangers are known to have some unusual food at their ballpark but they are stepping it up for the post season. >> and it's not something you see every day. a love sick moose or two fighting over a female. we'll show you the video coming up. >> and it's called the taylor swift curse. why major league baseball teams are blaming the pop star for their losing streak. in new purina one true instinct grain free, real chicken is always # no corn, wheat or soy. support your active dog's whole body health
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week. they are a brand that stays relevant by continuing to evolve. it is 12,000 employees and it's still owned by the same family who founded it in 1932. the world's 3 most valuable brands are apple, google and coca-cola. baseball fans are in an uproar about a possible taylor swift curse. really, you're going to blame taylor swift? it seems that teams go into a slump after taylor swift performs in their stadium. so far this season, the nationals, padres and astros have hit slumps. to toronto blue jays won the american league east. she performed there on friday and they're set to open their series with the texas rangers
on thursday. >> did she perform for the 49ers. >> they just mean she was at their venue. >> she just played there. >> so that's the problem. it's not her fault. really? you know what, guys, check your under wear, check your beard. it's something the players did. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, we've gut a whole lot of weather -- got a whole lot of weather to talk about. we're going to warm up this afternoon to the mid 60s. back with that weather check in just a minute.
. welcome back. here are some of the stories we're working on for the 6:00 hour. most parents are aware of the fact that their kids are addicted to social media, have you ever wondered why. >> plus a washington state man designs a pumpkin canon. i like this. this can launch pumpkins a mile into the air. we're going to take a look at this homemade canon. i like that but where does that wind up? someone can get hurt. >> it's fleet week. >> it is. celebration is under way. it's a whole week and we'll take you up in the air with the patriots jet team. >> sometimes we talk about the teases and the producers get upset with us, but the teases
are so good, i'm interested in those things. >> it's going to be a good hour next hour. >> how about a good day. >> it's going to be fantastic. did you like yesterday. >> i loved it. today a carbon copy. let's show you what it's like at the golden gate bridge where we've got haziness but nothing in the day of dense fog. there is some cloud cover out there too, a little too dark to make it out in these cameras shots but we'll see it once the sun comes up. 60 in san francisco. just a degree cooler across the bay in oakland. we're looking at 61 near san jose. so we've got a mix here of upper 50s and some spots showing us low 60s, but as we continue toward sunrise, we expect the temperatures to fall. this afternoon what's it going to be like? across the east bay shoreline your zone forecast calls for 73
degrees in oakland, 78 in fremont. i mean ideal weather with just a very light breeze in the air. it's going to be fantastic to be outside. south bay, also a beautiful day for you. silicon valley, 77. 79 is the temperatures we're seeing for places like mountain view. upper 70s to low 80s in the east bay. san francisco coming in at 68 this afternoon. so a good looking forecast. today with temperatures that will steadily warm as we make our way through the rest of the workweek, setting the stage for a toasty inland with temperatures by the bay in the mid to upper 70s. that's san francisco guys for fleet week looking good for friday, saturday and sunday. now to traffic. hey george. james, we've been
monitoring this accident, special traffic advisory. all lanes are blocked on westbound highway 92 in san mateo at 101. even before it had a chance to seriously back up the ride, it's already been cleared and all lanes have been opened for the westbound 92 ride. a bigger problem is getting to 92 on 880 southbound with this big rig accident at marina boulevard. it starts in the fast lane and chp was taking a report from the driver saying they thought they could move the accident on their own over to the right hand shoulder but started to back up the southbound 880 ride. and tracking your right to do bridges, the bay bridge metering lights are activated. they have been for a while now with the time moving on to 5:48. we're starting to see things back up to the 880 over crossing. on 92 at the san mateo bridge, no back up. still an easy 11 minute trip time and an easy ride to the golden gate bridge as we are
incident free and not tracking any delays, and the same is true for your ride out of the east bay via the richmond bridge where the drive time is just 8 minutes heading over to san rafael. happening today, nurses at contra costa regional medical center are on strike. they say there are not enough nurses to safely treat patients. they plan to march today and there's going to be strike at clinics throughout the entire county because of this. the search continues for the sunken car go ship. it had enough life boats and rafts to escape, but experts say the winds and seas h hurricane joaquin likely made
it inescapable. it disappeared on thursday. and doctors have discovered a problem with heart valve implants that could affect hundreds of thousands of people. the valves aren't opening or closing properly, possibly because of blood clots forming. the problems are specifically with valves from cow, pig or human tissue. experts say not enough is known yet to change any practices that are currently in place. they say they're still safe and worth the risk but encourage patients to report any problems. a new government figure showed deportations of immigrants in the united states illegally have declined. the obama administration deported just over 231,000 people over the past 12 months. it's the fewest number of immigrants sent home since 2006. despite his pledge to focus
resources to find immigrants living here illegally. a hearing is set for today on a motion from hernandez' lawyers to drop the charges. prosecutors say he killed two people after he accidentally burned into him at a -- bumped into him at a night club. he's accused of following the men and opening fire. hernandez' lawyers say insufficient evidence was presented to the grand jury. hernandez is already serving a life sen continues for a shoot -- sentence. a change of scenery for the warriors. the sap center in san jose hosted the team's first pre- season game last night. they kicked off their first
game against the toronto raptors, and it was a fun game for fans. a big draw was the 10,000 fans, the first ones got a one of a kind steph curry bobblehead. i like that. >> i think they're passing out bobbleheads. it's going to go on e bay later on for everyone else but i'm keeping it. >> last year's mvp had a solid night. the last time the warriors played in san jose was when the arena was being renovated. you may want to go to the texas rangers play off game for the food. this is the sweet spot cotton
candy and a 28-dollar hot dog. it's got cotton candy infused mustard. the inside out hot dog, served with mac and cheese. >> this rice crispie thing sounds good. >> and cheeto nachos. >> disgusting. >> you know what, with ticket prices, you only go -- most fans only good maybe a couple times a year. >> tops. >> so go all out. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, i've got a check of the forecast. here's a glimpse of what we can
. breaking news we're following outs of the east bay. let's go to anny hong. >> a fire broke out at a senior home this morning sending one person to the hospital. here's a look at the video that just came to the newsroom. crews responded to a second alarm fire just after 4:00 this morning at this senior home on butte street near florida street. they saw smoke coming from the second floor of this two-story building and saw small fire in the bedroom. the second floor was evacuated as crews assessed the fire and were able to put it out. right now it looks like one person was taken to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. the cause is still under investigation. we do have crews on the way and we'll bring you the latest information as soon as it comes into the newsroom.
a group of moose making their way into a residential neighborhood in alaska and then they start fighting. it's a moose brawl. look at this. wow. a father and son recorded this. stay away. don't jump in. and they were fighting over a female. this is the season for that. in the end the female moose walked away. >> she did? >> she did. >> it's like being in a night club in san francisco. >> exactly. you guys are stupid and i'm leaving you. we're live on the scene. the sheriff's officers investigating a suspicious death. a body found on a trail. and watching weather and traffic this morning. george tracking the hot spot
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right now marin county sheriff's deputies are investigating a suspicious death. >> we're live in fairfax with the details. >>reporter: good morning. i am out here along with the marin county sheriff's department. they have still have crime scene investigators just outside of fairfax and that is old railroad grade trail right there. that's where they discovered the body about 12 hours ago and they are still out here collecting evidence and will be out here for some time. now, they're not releasing a lot of details but here's what we know so far. at around 6:00 last night, a hiker on the old railroad grade trail found a body of a deceased person on that trail. right now the sheriff's department is not telling us whether or not that is a man or woman on the trail but that person has been pronounced dead. we're told there are signs of trauma and they're ruling this
a suspicious death. now, what the crime scene investigators are going to do this morning is wait until daylight to get out on that trail to collect more evidence. they found the body shortly after 6:00. they didn't respond until a little while later, so by then it was dark. they want to get out here and comb through this area with a fine-tooth comb. we're waiting to hear from the marin county sheriff's department if there's any new information. they're not telling us if it is a man or woman, but they're telling us there are signs of trauma. >> thanks a lot, jackie. we're just getting word of a fire in vallejo this morning. >> we are following this breaking news where there is a fire reported at a senior home in vallejo sending one person to the hospital with potentially minor injuries. here's a look at the video that
just came into our newsroom. cruzcrews responded to a second alarm fire and they say they saw smoke coming from the second floor of this building and they did find a small fire in a bedroom. they did evacuate the affected areas, and right now we understand that one person was taken to the hospital to be treated for possible smoke inhalation, and the cause of this fire still under investigation. we do have a crew on the way to the scene and we'll bring you more information as soon as it becomes available. back to you. 6:03 right now. let's take a look at the weather and traffic on this tuesday morning. >> looking good. the forecast calls for a nice day and still a gradual warmup for the weekend but nothing too hot. live our camera here in san francisco, looking out over the bay bridge, nice and clear. there is some fog out along the peninsula coastline but none of
it has penetrated too far into the bay. we're looking at san francisco hovering right there at the 60- degree mark, oakland at 59. mostly upper 50s across the bay area this morning. by noontime it's going to be low 70s inland, low 70s by the bay itself, and then by 3:00 this afternoon, we'll get a little separation but not much. 79 to make very low 80s to our inland valley schools. that's the quick weather. i'll be back with a full look and your extended forecast coming up in 15 minutes. let's head to traffi george, go morning. tracking a hot spot here with a traffic on 880. the commute direction for this stretch of roadway. it's right at marina boulevard but the big rig accident has been cleared from the left lane and moved to the right hand shoulder. there's an early delay for the southbound ride, so this basically trades one backup for another. typically we would see this
heavy traffic already a little farther south, right around the 92 interchange. it's not adding anything to your drive time. also tracking a potential problem here in san jose. report of an accident on 101 northbound near the 280 entrepreneur change, however, -- interchange. the backup is typical. the heading traffic leading toward julie and mckee. the backup reaching into the mcarthur maze. in the san mateo bridge we are still delay free for the east bay ride. 6:05. police are looking for for victims of a man who is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting four women that he met through social media. the 20-year-old lives in san ramon and police say these a
salts happened in fremont -- assaults happened in fremont. he used fake names to meet women on social media sites. he arranged the meetings through kinder, facebook and is accused of giving the women alcohol tainted with drugs and sexually assaulting them. >> first and foremost i want to be clear, the problem in this whole thing was the suspect, it wasn't the victim. it wasn't that they did something remiss or should be in any way ashamed or feel judged. if there is something else that he has done to other people, we want to know about it because we want to make sure he's held accountable. >> fremont police say there's evidence indicating there could be more victims throughout the bay area. and police are hoping surveillance images will help catch a man who shot a mural artist. it happened last tuesday morning near 35th street. police say there was a verbal
argument before a gunman shot antonio ramos an ran off. they're calling the man in the video a person of interest. police are offering up to a 10,000-dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest in the murder. an emotional night for many people in fremont. a vigil was held for a teacher who was killed. the 64-year-old was brutally murdered in her apartment in fremont. her son is accused of killing her. she was a retired special ed math teacher whose passion was teaching and loved ones wanted to focus on the good she did in her life. >> she was the kind of person that just drew everyone in with positive energy. >> a wonderful person. >> she challenged students to go further than people expected them to. >> she was very proud to be a teacher and doing a greajob. >> there's a picture of her
son, omar. he's being held without bail. an arraignment is set this afternoon. california is now the nation's 5th state to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives. the govern signed a bill yesterday. the legislate shunion passed last month. brittany maynard moved to oregon to end her life. yesterday her husband spoke south about the bill being signed -- out about the bill being signed into law. >> it was a tumultuous year. i have to say that the ups and downs are at times taxing, were taxing for me, but i also come at this from the standpoint of compared to what i went through last year and then for sure by comparison to what brittany had to endure last year, this was a
walk in the park. >> under the new bill, the patient must be capable of taking their medication themselves and two doctors must approve it. two former jail inmates are filing a lawsuit against the sheriff's office accusing correctional deputies of beating more than 20 inmates. martinez and banks filed the lawsuit yesterday. they say the deputies attacked them in the main adult facility back on may 28th. they want a special monitor appointed to oversee use of force incidents at the jail. here we go. you ready. >>reporter: yes. >> here we go. ready? hit it. >>reporter: oh. >> nice work. >> that's will tran taking the
ultimate ride with the blue angels for fleet week. he went flying yesterday with one of the navy's best pilots. before the flight he was pretty talkative but clearly a bit nervous. it was funny listening to will talking about anything he could think of before the flight. >>reporter: that felt like darth vader. have you ever been to hawaii? i used to report out there for three years. i'm amazed how peyton manning is so good. i have soon to be 7-month-old twins and i was explaining to them what i was going to do today. i was hard to explain to them. vertical! holy smoke!. >> pretty cool, huh? >>reporter: you mind if i take a quick selfie. >> go ahead.
just hang on to your camera. >>reporter: yes, sir. >> you have a phone floating around there, right. >> the captain had his finger on the ejection seat. >> his kids are 7 years old, not 7 months. he was nervous. he did a great job. he has a day off today because he had a long one yesterday. >> in the end, you want to look cool. >> with his aviator glasses?
he's walking around in his flight suit. >> it was so nice yesterday. and it's going to be night for fleet week. >> it's going to be great. and the view will be fantastic in san francisco. >> george and i will be there as we cover the festivities and the culmination. still ahead, if you're thinking about skipping the flu shot, you might want to think again. how much get thing flu could cost you, so it might be worth the shot.
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. welcome back. 6:15. taking a look at the weather. you asked me if i did enjoy yesterday and i did. i was out with the dog and it was beautiful. >> let's go outside and show you what we're seeing. i give out beautiful days because they're free. let's show you the golden gate bridge. it looked a little hazy around the street lamps but it's clear now. things looking pretty good here across the golden gate bridge. the other bridges nice and
clear. the fog being confined to the immediate coastline. we do have winds out there, so that's the east bay. in the south bay, san jose was at 10 the last time we checked, now it's down to 3. so we expect it to be light. as for temperatures right now, we're in the upper 50s to low 60s. out in the east bay it's a mix of 54 to 57 degrees, so a mild start. temperatures will stay mild through the 9:00 hour. we'll have clouds that will block the sun, but by noontime we'll get the 70s. then by 3:00 this afternoon, maybe a few 80s popping up in the inland east bay where we could get up to 80 degrees in pleasanton and livermore. most of our valley locations will be in the upper 70s. here's a look at your three-day outlook. temperatures warming up. i'll have the rest of your seven-day forecast coming up in
15 minutes. let's land it to george now and find out about that ride. still slowing past the scene of our lone hot spot 880. the good news is the lanes are clear here heading past marina boulevard but there are some delays leading down to 238, but all we've done is trade the location of the backup. so if you drive southbound and you get on at 238 you'll have an easy ride for your trip to the san mateo bridge if that's your destination with the heavier traffic north near marina instead of south. tracking your ride to the bridges, the bay bridge solidly backed up into the macarthur maze. it's already a 26-minute trip time coming from highway 24 and it doesn't look like it's going to be getting better soon. westbound 92 heavy out of oakland but easy through hayward. delay free still across the span. likely in the next 15 minutes
we'll see a very different picture here. and for the golden gate bridge, problem free. no delays yet through the county for 101 south, and into marin just beginning to see a backup now for the west 580 ride right here at the toll plaza of the richmond san rafael bridge. law enforcement officials say the gunman who killed 9 people in an oregon classroom last week ranted about not having a girlfriend. chris harper mercer left these writings. officials say the gunman wrote that others were saying he was unbalanced. president obama will be visiting with the relatives of the victims of last week's communities college shooting. he will be traveling to roseburg oregon on friday where
he'll meet with the families. students and staffers were allowed to return to the campus yesterday to gather possessions left behind. classes won't resume at umpqua community college until next week. investigators are probing the derailment of an amtrak train. 7 people were hurt, one seriously, when the vermonter left the tracks. it was about 10:30 in the morning yesterday. the southbound passenger train hit the rocks that had fallen from a ledge. they untrue the ledge onto the -- went from the ledge to the tracks. three passenger cars left the tracks but they remained upright. investigators from both the federal railroad administration and the ntsb are on the scene investigating. and in the fate of a pacifica apartment complex that's dangerously close to falling in the pacific ocean
remains in limbo. during the winter of 2009 and 2010, heavy storms tore away at the cliffs. the apartments were red tagged and evacuated. they've remained that way ever since. the past four winters have been mild and the cliffs have remained unchanged. people living in the area want the apartments removed before the problem gets worse. it's 6:20. american airlines flight from phoenix to boston had to make an emergency landing because the pilot died mid flight. the first officer took over and landed the plane safely. there were 147 petitioners on
board and -- passengers on board and they were dolled the pilot was sick. he wasn't sick. they later found out he had a heart attack. and an actor known for his role in the television series buffy the vampire slayer is facing charges. he's facing charges of robbery, obstruction of breathing and criminal mischief. police say he took his girlfriend's keys and started choking her. he was arrested and released from jail after posting bond. this is the latest in a string of arrests for him over the past year. a houston man has been living in his front yard after being kicked out of the house by his wife for six months. he's been living out on the yard for that long. she took away his keys, she won't let him back in the house, and he owns half of their million-dollar home. he owns all the stuff inside
too but she won't file for divorce because she doesn't want to give up half of the fortune, so they're at a stand off. neighbors are worried about his health, and neighbors are also looking at signs that have been posted all over the place that say don't feed him and don't help him. look at that. kindly do not bring anything. can you believe this? >> and the neighbors are worried, he hasn't bathed, he hasn't left the yard. neighbors are worried he's going to die out there. >> because i mean he could go to a hotel but she kicked him out so he's like i'm going to camp out. the cops have already been there 20 or 30 times but they say there's nothing they can do because he has every right to stay in the front yard. >> he sleeps on the front porch every night. it's war of the roses. other stories that we're following, facebook steeping up to beam -- stepping up to
internet from space. they're launching a satellite that will provide internet access to people in africa. it will launch next year and reach 14 countries in africa bringing free internet to rural areas. they're using satellites, lasers and drones to get the next billion people around the world online. if you're thinking about skipping the flu shot this year, you might want to think of the cost of the flu. the cdc says the flu costs billions of dollars every year from all the people who get sick and the lost wages. 10.$4billion in medical expenses, 16.3 billion in lost earnings. it can be especially costly for homes with young children. they're most likely to get the
illness. fighting the flu can be made easier with certain items and certain things that you can eat and drink. live cultures in yogurt, they say that's good to prevent colds. mushrooms boost your immunities. water and fluids. hot pepper and spices and honey. new research showing why kids may be addicted to social media. we'll have details on when was found out after the break. >> and watching weather here as we do have some patches of fog around the bay. traffic moving for now on the san mateo bridge.
. if you've ever watched a teenager use social media, you might wonder what is going on in their head that they're so engrossed in the screen. our media partners at cnn found out. researchers recorded everything that 216, 13 -year-olds did online. the teens, though found, were addicted to following each other. during the 6-month study, teens commented more than 87,000 times on instagram. that's all the kids.
it's 216 kids by the way. >> that's a lot. >> one third of the teens checked their social media more than 25 times a day. i find this unbelievable. why do they do it? 80% say they're bored. 71% want to connect with friends. 61% want to see if their posts are getting likes. and 21% want to make sure that nobody was saying mean things about them. that led to the critical finding about parents of teens using social media. 94% of them were underestimating the amount of fighting that happens on social media. the parents need to spend time on the same social networks at their kids. >> and once the parents spend time there, the kids will stop using it. 80% are bored. >> really?
do something. >> that's shocking information. scandal rocking the world of fantasy football. two of the biggest online fantasy football websites responding to claims that employees were using inside information to place bets. the story first broke in the new york times and it talks about who has access to valuable data, such as which players the majority of the betters are putting money on. a draft king employee won $350,000 on a contest. still ahead, a major cereal recall to tell you about. >> plus you could soon see driverless shutts around the east bay. find out when and how those
. welcome back. we're watching wall street. it's expected to be a fairly quiet day as. features up 23 points. the dow sitting at 16, 682. 6:30 is the time much let's take a look at the weather. >> it's going to be another nice day. the clouds beginning to get into view, the sky getting just bright enough we can make the shadows out in the distance. we've been talking about it, and as i glance at the richmond camera, i see the clouds. it is beginning to move about.
it had been confined to the coastline. this is the live view outside looking across the bay bridge. temperatures right now still in the mid to upper 50s. san francisco sitting at 61. and here's your ready for school forecast. noontime today, we're being looing at low 70s for the shoreline. at 3:00 we'll hit our maximum temperatures as classes are letting out. upper 70s to low 80s, with mid to upper 70s by the bay shoreline. i'll have your extended outlook but in the mean time let's head to george. tracking your ride into walnut creek out of concord, at 680 southbound an accidents has been reported at the 242 interchange. it's likely to affect not only
the 680 ride. the rest of your east bay ride not too bad. hercules to berkley at 21 minutes. it is getting heavy around powell street with an accident reported. southbound 680 is slowing up now for your trip out of dublin leading into fremont coming in at 28 minutes for that driving and for your ride on 880 in the southbound direction, that's heavy traffic at marina boulevard clearing out and moving into the normal backup in hayward. a quick check from the bay bridge, we are backed up into the macarthur maze. 29 minutes your trip time. and the san mateo bridge as we move past 6:30, starting to slow here as the drive times
jump to 20 minutes across the span. >> thank you. a story that we're following, the rain has finally stopped in the carolinas. anny hong following the latest. >> at least 13 people have lost their lives in the carolinas, and that death toll could be going up. to make matters worse, at least 18 dams have breached or failed in south carolina since the weekend, leaving entire neighborhoods as you see here submerged and without drinking water. a vehicle careening through barricades and a woman survived. she was pulled from the overturned wreckage amid rushing water. in the hard hit area of downtown columbia, the river peaking to the the highest it's been in decades, leaving homes under water and washing out bridges. officials in south carolina are asking people this morning to
donate water to residents in the columbia area where flooding has left many people without water. president obama declared south carolina a major disaster area, ordering federal aid. the mother of madie middleton, the santa cruz girl who was murdered, she is creating a tradition in honor of her daughter. she hosted a huge birthday celebration yesterday. it would have been madie's 9th birthday and she hosted it for all children to come and play and celebrate. there were bouncy houses, face painting, a petting zoo. she is struggling but this is one of the ways she's trying to stay positive. >> she's not physically with us but i'm always going to throw
her birthday parties and it's not always for her. i'm so happy the kids are having fun. >> the mayor declared october 5th madie's day. police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found over the weekend. she hasn't been identified yet but her body was found at the intersection of john f. kennedy and chain of lakes drive. it appeared she suffered blunt force trauma to the head. 6:35. a former marine and harvard- educated lawyer has pleaded not guilty to the charges. he is accused of breaking into a home and abducting denise. she was later released more than 400 miles from her home. police originally thought the whole thing was a hoax. then in june he was arrested in connection with a different home invasion that happened in dublin, and investigators in that case found evidence
linking him to the the vallejo kidnapping. a former morgan hill teacher will serve four decades behind bars after being convicted of sexually abusing children. the 53-year-old sexually assaulted four girls. between 2012 and 2014. he was sentenced. yesterday a judge sentenced him to 40 years in prison. general mills is recalling more than two million boxes of cereal because it may contain wheat. they were made at a plant in lodi. they say wheat flour was used in a system that normally processes gluten free.
we've posted the specifics on our website at kron4.com. driverless shuttles could be making a national debut, and they're going to be in the east bay for sure. that's where you'll see them first. easy mile. they announced that they're partnering with the contra costa transportation authority and these are the shuttles. it's a pilot project and it's coming in the summer of 2016. they're going to have the prototype testing. the shuttles take passengers just a short distance at low speeds. representatives say these shultzs have been successful in other locations. still ahead, we're celebrating fleet week here at kron 4. >> plus a washington state man
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minute trip time into san rafael. there's a farmer in washington state creating a canon that can launch pumpkins almost a mile through the air. it's made from items that come off the farm. the contraption is built from scratch and people are traveling thousands of miles to check out the cannons every october. the farmer who builds them says the cannons are his pride and joy. >> i think it's awesome but it goes a mile away, so don't you have to go a mile away and see where it's going to hit, for safety? >> i see pumpkin canon competitions where people put them in their cannons and fire them. >> as a guy do you like the canon firing a thing that smashes or do you like when they drop stuff from live buildings? do you know what i mean? >> to see the splash. >> yeah. would you rather be shot from a
canon or jump off a high building? i like when they drop the stuff. >> you see it go kablooy. they also to catapults. >> i like to see that. we have weather coming up we're going to talk about the weekend and we've gut a warmup -- got warmup. light wind in the air. we'll look at that forecast in just a minute. comes from doing the right thing. the radical idea that health isn't an industry. it's a cause. so we do things differently. we combine care and coverage. and believe prevention is the most powerful of cures. so forgive us for not going with the flow. we just think the flow should go with us. which makes us rebels with one cause. your health.
but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer. be unstoppable. ♪ . welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. we're celebrating the annual fleet week in the bay area, and planes are already passing through getting ready. we go up in the air with the patriots jet team. >>reporter: the patriots jet team is an all volunteer
aerobatic team. >> we're going to get fired up and get the people in the city ready for fleet week. >>reporter: the team of six patriot jets will be taking to the skies doing their stunts for the crowds below. we visited the hangar for a sneak peek of what we can expect. >> what maneuver we've been doing for years is our infamous tail flight. that's where the jet points straight up and then falls back toward the ground, tail first. it's exciting to watch that. >>reporter: here they are. >> i dream that i'm flying like superman. i start flying and hovering above the ground. i know it's showtime soon i have this dream every time. >>reporter: here they teach aviation to pilots as young as
15. what's your dream. >> becoming a pilot in the air force and coming here to fly for them. >>reporter: but it's always safety first. >> you can't go out and do loops and rolls without training with your friends. >>reporter: i had the great privilege of flying with them just a few years ago, and they actually gave me the stick to fly on my own just a few seconds. here's eye iphone video to prove it. >> you know how close we fly and how exciting that can be, but you also understand the risk. >>reporter: it was a total thrill, but unlike me, the patriots jet team is a group of highly experienced pilots with the right stuff. and like the movie, top gun, have the need for speed. >> and kron 4 is proud to welcome the blue angels. you can capture all the thrills as we bring you blue angels
live this saturday. we want to take a look at some of the stories that we are working on for the next hour. breaking news, firefighters in vallejo are on the scene of a fire. >> plus the warriors kick off their preseason in san jose. >> and could the curse of taylor swift hurt the blue jays in the playoffs? is it taylor's fault that the 49ers are doing bad? >> they haven't won a game since she played there. was it before the first game or after? >> you know what, just anything to blame somebody, right? >> yes. taylor swift. >> you should read those teases like the 1960s announcer for the batman series. >> is the weather going to be nice for today? >> yes.
meanwhile back at the hall of justice, yes. we are having good weather out there. we are looking at conditions that are nice and clear for the most part, however, there are some clouds in the distance. this is looking out to the east bay where we have the low clouds hugging the shoreline on that side of the bay. we see it on the peninsula coast as well, and at the richmond san rafael bridge seeing it. that's kind of wa we're experiencing at the moment. temperatures on the cool side for most. we've got 59 in oakland and san jose, only a such warmer in san francisco. 60 there. a lut of mid 50s in the east bay. we're off to a nice cool start. temperatures should warm up nicely for the inland valleys. this is your forecast for the east bay valleys. we're looking at 80 for walnut creek, 81 for brentwood with most other locations in the upper 70s. to upper 70s to low 80s for the east bay valleys.
san jose at 77. 79 in sunnyvale. we've got low to mid 70s for the shoreline. san francisco should come in at 68 this afternoon. here's the extended outlook. the rest of the week looking good. temperatures warming. thursday and friday we get close to the 90-degree mark and hold on to that. freet week -- fleet week weekend. viewing in san francisco looks fantastic for the blue angels. george will be out there probably in the best seat in the house. it is the best seat in the house. going to be a great air show and we'll bring it to you live not only on saturday, we'll be out at fleet week and on the marina green come friday morning, so we'll give au good look at the show this year. let's take a look at the traffic this morning. southbound 680, southbound 242, both backing up, leading out of
concord, martinez into walnut creek. we've got a couple incidents reported in the southbound direction really starting to jam up that ride. look at 280 in the northbound direction. the 26-minute trip time there. and 101 northbound has reached the 30-minute mark here for the northbound ride. tracking the bridges for you, bay bridge solid. over 30 minutes now your trip time from highway 24. the san mateo bridge getting slow westbound 23 to 26-minute trip times out of hayward. the golden gate bridge, problem free, slowing now in northern marin. earlier problems have left the southbound drive time at about 39 minutes to the bridge and your richmond ride solid from before the richmond park way.
this says to me there's something wrong on the span. this is much slower than it should be. we'll check with chp and find out the reported problem. the backup already reaching out toward harbor way. thank you. time now is 6:51. happening today, nurses at contra costa regional medical center are on strike. they say there's not enough nurses to treat the patients. they plan to march today and there will be strikes as well as medical centers and clinics throughout the entire county. the search continues for the sunken car go ship. they had enough boats and rafts to escape, but winds made it extremely difficult, if not impossible. they've already found one body in a survival suit and damaged life boat. new government figures show
deportations of immigrants in the u.s. illegally have declined for the third year. the obama administration deported over 231,000 people in the last 12 months. the administration also deported the fewest criminal immigrants since president obama took office in 2009 despite focusing resources. doctors have discovered a problem with heart valve implants that could affect hundreds of thousands of people. the valves are not opening or closing properly, possibly because of blood clots forming. the problems are specifically with valves from cow, pig or human tissue, not the chemical implants. experts stress that not enough is known to make changes in the practices that they're doing right now. the fda says the valves are safe and are worth the risk, is how they're viewing it.
very urge doctors and patients to -- they urge patients to report any problems. starting today, mcdonald's is rolling out an all-day breakfast menu. some of the nonbreakfast menu items will get cut and will vary from store to store. >> how about sandwiches in the morning? i think a big mac at 10:00 a.m. we'll take a quick break and be right back.
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morning news. batman fans, the 196 0's bat mobile is going on display this friday. it's part of the exhibition called super heroes. the car is on loan from a new jersey car collector. >> that's pretty cool looking. >> i love that tv show. i can just picture adam west in his tights right now. >> is that what you're doing? >> no. there's a danish toy maker who broke into the top 100. lego is a brand that stays relevant and continually evolves. they're on the list of the most valuable brands. >> so we're comparing toys to
pizza hut. it's everything. i get it. >> it's still owned by the same family that founded it in 1932. coming up in the 7:00 hour, sheriffs investigating a suspicious death on a trail. we're there live. >> and in gary's world, another football team and a baseball team couldn't wait another day. >> and the 49ers unraveling. is it taylor swift's fault?
. the marin county sheriff's department is investigating a homicide on a popular trail. i'm outside of fairfax and i'll tell you what the sheriff's are telling us coming up in a live report. >> and an east bay man uses dating websites to meet and sexually assault women, and the morning police say there could be even more victims. >> fleet week is under way, and will tran went up with the blue angels. let's start with a quick update. i've got a great shot here. this is from our san francisco international airport camera. beautiful looking sky. look at all that color. we have high clouds out there,