tv KRON 4 Early News KRON October 3, 2016 4:00am-7:01am PDT
good morning, everyone. we are expecting rain to hit parts of the bay area later today. we're taking a look at storm tracker 4 radar. good morning, everyone. i am will tran. thank you for joining us on the kron morning news at 4. we're joint by dave sparr. it has been a long time since we talked about rain coming. >> we will take it. this week it looks a little better than the one we had on sunday. than the only thing is, too, is it will be something that will affect you probably on the ride home as you go home as it
starts to spread through the bay area. but here it is. we will show you this morning what the future cast is and how you can plan your day and everything which we will even talk about right now. but there is the northwest. this is our day planner for today. starting in the noter base spreading -- north base spreading over the general bay area throughout the day. bay bridge shot for you. expect cloud cover even when the sun joins us here. downtown san francisco as well. not a lot in the way of fog going on. we have this system in our back yard. to check in with temps. 50s on the board. 40s toward the north bay. boy, our temperatures will be subdueded. mostly cloudy and cool. late north base showers. that is the morning hours. get to the early afternoon, scattered showers spread throughout the bay area. and we're talking full temperatures coupled with that. evening, scattered showers, and cool. that is if ride home we're talking about that may be a little bit in the way of slick roads.
here is how we go. 62 for san francisco. a cool cloudy afternoon showers trying to work their magic. oakland 64. late afternoon showers. 68 for san jose. mostly cloudy and late rain thrown in there. for your ready for school forecast, it puts cloudy in here by the noon hour but you can probably say for the afternoon pickup, getting scattered showers beyond just the north bay down the city, peninsula and also parts of the east bay. there you see the temperatures as well. not a lot of movement there. going to be a chilly one coupled with that, too. we will be covering all that this morning. right now traffic detail getting into work here is robin. what is going on? >> fairly quiet. we're off to a great start. here is a live look at your ride into san francisco. approaching the bay bridge toll plaza looking fantastic. no big problems here. rolling out of oakland into downtown, the drive looks good. the drive time, rather, 8 to 10 minutes out to fremont street. no big problems so far into the north bay. we're still hot spot 3:00 free. a great time to use it.
101, smooth in both directions into and out of san francisco. fairly quiet in the north bay. so 22 minutes for the average drive to the toll plaza on the san francisco side. east bay, sensors look great. i will take a look at the san mateo bridge in a few minutes, will? happening now, dave sparr talked about it. the first rain of the season is making for dangerous roadways. this is video from the rain hitting parts of the north bay yesterday. it didn't last long but made its mark in the form of slick roads. driving always a little more dangerous after the first rain hits. san rafael police and people in the area reminding everyone to be extra cautious as we are starting the rain season. >> they need to wake up. seriously. because it just affects everyone else's rhythm on the road. >> remember to slow down.
the first rains always release the oils some some of the other debris that happen piled up ton roadway. during the summer months. so those first rains make the roadways very slick. so very important to slow down. >> and san rafael police also reminding people of the importance of not using your cell phone while driving. especially in the rain if you can make that happen. as meteorologist dave sparr says we are expecting more rain a little later today. from rain to snow. this is video from squaw valley on your left and kirkwood kirkwood mountain resort on your right. temperatures below 40 degrees throughout the day. looks wonderful doesn't it. remember you can always track the rain with our kron 4 mobile app. get the forecast for the area where you live. it is available for free for apple and android devices. let's talk about the giants. the giants are now in the playoffs! after a frustrating several
months, the g-men rebounded to clench the final wild card spot on the last day of the regular season. kron 4's mark carpenter was inside the clubhouse party and has more from the celebration. >> reporter: after a dominant first half and then a concerning post all-star break slump that was the epitome of torture baseball, the giants have proved they they can come through and they are experts in putting on a champagne party. [ cheering ] >> we play better when we in that urgency mode. when we have our backs against wall. and i think that gave us the momentum to play this series like that because we have to make sure we won those games. >> we kept fighting.
we kept believing. we stayed together no matter what anybody said. when you have brothers, you have teammates that are fighting for one thing, nothing stronger than that bond. >> the giants showing everyone it doesn't matter how you get to the playoffs as long as you're in. after a dismal second half, the orange and black storm into the post season riding a 4-game win streak and poised to claim their fourth world title since 2010. >> i think it is similar to '10 because we had to win on the last day to get in. you know, the second half has been -- it has definitely had its ups and downs. the biggest thing right now, it is nice that we seem to gain some mom going into this game wednesday. >> i lot of these guys come up through the system, and we have been through the same things. we know what each other has been through throughout the minor leagues. we have been with each other five or six years now. just fun. fun to enjoy this moment with these friends and our teammates
and we look forward to the playoffs. >> reporter: with all that experience there is no doubt this veteran-loaded group knows the bloop for a championship -- blueprint for a championship. >> this never gets old. went to work in early february to try the find a way in the playoffs to have a chance to win a world championship. it took six, seven months to get it done and obviously two games. we're here now. we have to win two more. >> reporter: the giants face the mets in new york on wednesday. winner plays the chicago cubs in the national league division series. mark carpenter, kron 4 news. and we have team coverage of the giants big win. kron 4's alicia reed was with fans at the at&t park who were feeling the even year magic. . >> a win against the dodgers, get to the playoffs, i'm happy. >> reporter: that is what all the fans were anticipating as they cheered on their team.
>> absolutely wonderful! it was great! >> giants live another day. we will catch the mets on wednesday. >> go giants! woo! >> i love taking my son here and having a good time. >> no nail biter at all, right? >> hell of a second half. roller coaster ride. all you can ask for is playoff baseball at the end right now. >> reporter: sunday's game was special in more ways than one. folks traveled to experience famous announce ervin scully -- vin scully calling his last game. >> to be here in the presence of him. >> become at vin's last game even though i'm giants fan, i grew up in the 70s. so even if you were around the whole country you still heard him. >> my first dodgers game. pretty cool. >> reporter: the dodgers are already scheduled to play in the first round of the playoffs. now that both teams are officially in -- >> we still got to win the playoffs and we're gonna. >> we will see you guys in the
playoffs. >> we will see you guys in the playoffs. right? [ laughter ] >> i got a broom in my car just for him. >> reporter: reporting from san francisco, alicia reed, kron 4 news. let's go from orange to blue. the blue angels arrived in oakland for the start of fleet week in san francisco. kron 4 is your fleet week station. here i was last year exactly one year ago, taking off for fleet week. brittney shipp will be taking off for us this year. i told her to eat bananas and crackers. they taste the same going down and if she throws up it will stay taste the same going back up. ella sogomonian spoke to people who are ready for fleet week activities. >> reporter: for many in the bay area, coming out to watch tuss navy blue angels fly is a family tradition that spans decades'. >> i have been watching the blue angels since i was her age. >> i like because they are
fast! . >> reporter: sunday night the group touched down at the oakland international airport's north field where they will be performing for fleet week. already fans came to watch and welcome pilots as they landed. >> i have always been a big fan of airplanes and big -- i just enjoy seeing the f-18s. >> reporter: it looks like the pilots just made it as saturday their flight leader got sick and forced the blue angels to cancel their california capital air show. sunday all seemed well and the scheduled hasn't changed yet. >> i love aviation, the precision, the sound. >> reporter: neighbors in the area can expect a roaring sound overhead all week. >> i understand some residents are bothered by the noise. but, it is -- it is special. >> kron 4 is your fleet week station. thiscoming week is jam-packed with fleet week festivities from the parade of ships to the air show. and that includes the blue angels.
you can watch right here on kron 4. the blue angels. you don't have to leave your house. it this is saturday from 2:00 to 4:00. for a full schedule of all the fleet week events head to www.kron4.com. send us extra videos if you have any or you can watch our videos of us flying with the blue angels. coming up, former new york mayor rudy giuliani is calling donald trump a genius for the way he operated s tax code following a bombshell report saying that trump losted nearly $1 billion on his '95 tax return. that story ahead. a wildfire in the santa cruz mountains threatens over 300 homes. when fire crews expect to have full containment of the fire. hurricane matthew could have a severe impact on several island nations of the caribbean. the way people are bracing for the storm that could make landfall a little later today. here is a live look outside at
welcome back to the kron 4 morning news at 4:00. time to dig through your clothes and look for rain gear. rain expected to hit the bay area later today. and chilly, too. >> a little bit? you will see. >> i'm not complaining because last week -- here is meteorologist dave spahr. last monday it was on fire. >> not feeling like fall last week but now we have it all. rain in the forecast. cool temperatures. a little breeze thrown in for good measure. >> why not? why not? >> the deal is with this system contrasted with its cousin or something from yesterday, is this thing is tapping into more moisture this go-around. it looks like more of the bay area will be treated to these little scattered showers that we're talking about. much more than we saw from
yesterday's performance. timing appears to be, again, covering the north bay probably before we reach the noon hour. then spreading out which we're going to show you. but here it is. you can see now, it is progress getting just into the coast of northern california. alcatraz island, not a big problem with fog going on but o don't expect too much in the way of sun. future cast, let's go ahead and stop it around the noon hour. you can see some attempts to get some rain happening in the peninsula along the coast. but the lions share at that point will be in the north bay. we venture into the later afternoon, 4:45, spreading out to s solano county. it will penetrate to the east bay during the afternoon and evening hours and even after sunset continuing on with scattered showers. let's show what you the future cast rain looks like in terms of coverage again. we can go out to about 3:00 on this. north bay covered. getting east bay shoreline by 3:00. the coast and a little bit of
south bay looks like it sneaks in as well but really for your commute home and maybe a few hours after that, we questione get that better inland coverage that will happen later on. again, everybody getting more treatment of this tan we saw from yesterday's performance. just want to show you future cast because i mentioned in terms of temperatures over to will there, we have the greens on here the whole day. we're going to be struggling for some areas to get out of the 60s. it looks like we will probably -- hardly anybody will be getting out of 60-degree territory for today's forecast. all that cloud cover will keep temperatures suppressed. east bay shoreline, mid 60s at work he. we jump over the east bay his and walnut creek, brentwood , you might reach 70 or so but everybody else is in 60s territory. here is how it comes together in the three-day forecast. showers potentially a couple of claps of thunder in there. a slight warm-up by the time we get to the middle of the week, drying out a little bit. bay will go from 66 to 71. robin, how are things holding together in traffic?
>> very good. looking good. hot spot free. this is your ride to san francisco. if you're heading back to work this morning, no big problems for westbound 80. nice and light. the average drive time has increased by one minute. now nine minutes from the foot of the maze out to fremont street. checking in on 92. from the east bay to the peninsula, no big problems rolling westbound. traffic at the limit. no problems connecting to foster city. 101, highway280. if you're a north bay commuter and you have to use south 101 no big problems into san francisco. smooth through the tolls. doyle park, no big problems from the north side. a quick 22 minute from the 101- 37 split to the toll plaza. checking in on our road sensors, they look fantastic. green all around. highway 4 a good ride out of antioch. 680 nice and smooth into fremont. no big problems for the nimitz.
the average drive a quick 23 minutes. will? >>happening now, hurricane matthew is closing in on haiti and jamaica as it churns across the caribbean. it is packing 130-mile-an-hour winds. now within about 300 miles of jamaica and haiti where it is set to unleash torrential rainfall before reaching cuba. >> this particular hurricane, by virtue of its trajectory will have a strong impact. we expect there will be landslides and that will mean also damage to agriculture. >> reporter: forecasters warning matthew will bring life life-threatening flash floods. some are ignoring warnings to leave. >> i think it is safer from
here. so, i will die here. >> reporter: the massive storm also threatening haiti where the infrastructure is still fragile after the 2010 earthquake that rocked the country. cuba bracing for matthew. u.s. officials evacuate hundreds of employees and families from guantanamo bay. the national weather service said sunday it was too early to say what matthew's effect would be on the united states. while the impact on the island nations is expected to be serious, some are optimistic. kim kardashian is used to having wild things happen on her reality show but nothing like this. she was held up at gunpoint and robbed of more than $10 million of jewelry inside her paris hotel room. her spokesperson says two armed masked men dressed as police officers burst into her hotel room yesterday. then tied her up in the
bathroom before leaving. her husband kanye west was performing in new york at the time. now he abruptly ended his show, telling his fans, i got to leave. i have a family emergency. kardashian was not injured during the robbery. the mother of a little boy who died after a school shooting in south carolina is now talking about her heart- break loss. 6-year-old jacob hall died saturday after suffering a brain injury caused by massive blood loss. now he was shot on wednesday when a teenager opened fire at his elementary school. his mother says now is the time for mourning as well as healing. she says jacob was a little boy who loved school, games, and super heroes. >> jacob was forgiving. what happened to jacob, jacob forgives already. he is in heaven smiling down at us and he's asking his mom to be strong to forgive just like he would have. >> jacob was one of three
people shot in the elementary playground. the 14-year-old suspected gunman is facing multiple charges including murder. indecision 2016. donald trump taxes are back in the spotlight this morning. he tweeted yesterday that he's the only presidential candidate who can fix the tax system. his comment comes in response to a new york times report that says trump showed a loss of nearly $1 billion. that is billion with a b. $1 billion on his 1995 returns. cnn's kim hutchenson reports this could have allowed him to avoid income taxes for years. >> i will release my tax returns, against my lawyers' wishes when she releases her 33,000 e-mails -- >> while many are still waiting for donald trump to release his tax returns, "the new york times" recently received tax documents belonging to the
business mogul. the documents show in 1995, trump reported a $916 million loss. the report, citing tax experts said trump could have used his loss to legally aindividual paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. the trump campaign released a statement saying the gop nominee has paid one ofs of millions of dollars in other taxes including property and real estate taxes. former new york mayor rudy giuliani called trump a genius for taking advantage of lawful deductions. >> the reality is this is part of our tax code. the man is a genius. he knows how to operate the tax code for the benefit of the people he's serving. >> reporter: former presidential candidate bernie sanders expressed why so many americans find this frustrating. >> trump goes around and says hey i'm worth billions. i'm a successful businessman but i don't pay any taxes. but you, you make $15 an hour? you pay the taxes. not me. that is why people are angry and want real change in this country. >> reporter: trump responded on
twitter saying he knows tax laws better than anyone who has ever run for president and is the only person who can fix them. kim hutcherson, reporting. "the new york times" says it obtained three pages of documents when they were mailed to a reporter last month. a postmark indicated the documents were mailed from trump tower in new york city. the pair did not examine trump's federal return -- the paper did not examine trump's federal returns. they obtained one of the pages of his income tax return and the first page of new jersey and connecticut nonresident returns. coming up, a tim burton film opens at the top of the box office and a grammy-award winning singer is starting a dive bar mini tour. we will explain next on the kron 4 morning news.
cash lanes on the far left and far right, only two cash lanes open on each side but overall a great commute. 9 minutes from the foot of the maze out to fremont street. a quick check of drive times out of the east bay. 680 is smooth and no problems for the nimitz from san leandro. let's talk entertainment. a pop singer heads back to where she got her start and a look at this weekend's box office winners. that and much more in today's hollywood minute. miss peregrines home for peculiar children topped the box office here and overseas.
the tim burton directed flick brought in the top dollars including the uk and south korea. lady gaga is headed back where she started. the 30-year-old pop singer is headed out on a dive bar mini tour. she will kick off the short tour this week at an undisclosed dive bar. >> people pay good money to have them calm down a bit. >> nate parker took the stage to introduce a screening of "the birth of a nation" at the toronto film festival and was met with warm applause. the writer, director, star of the film came under fire after details of a 1999 rape case in which parker was acquitted. the birth of a nation opens friday. coming up, the victims of the fire at a church in berkeley held sunday services despite their own building being too damaged to use. community members that opened their doors to the parishioners coming up next. we track the rain spreading across the bay area for today. we will break this down and let
ontinue. we are coming up on 4:30. here are big stories we're working on for you this morning. the giants headed to the post season after clinching the final wild card spot on the last day of the regular season. they beat their rivals, the l. a. dodgers 7-1 yesterday. the giants heading to the post season on a four-game winning streak. they take on the new york mets on wednesday for the nl wild card game. madison bumgardner will be on the mound. the winner of that game will take on the chicago cubs. the blue angels arrived in oakland for the start of fleet week in san francisco. flights kick off this thursday with the blue angels practicing over the bay area from 1:00 until 5:00. kron 4, your fleet week station. we will broadcast the blue angels live on saturday from 2:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon. for a fully full schedule of all the fleet week events head to www.kron4.com. believe it or not, rain expected to hit the bay area, parts of the bay area today. we already saw rain over the
weekend. it didn't last very long. was a little bit slick for the roadway. and already officers are telling people, take it easy. that oil surfaces -- rises to the surface. >> this was the cocktail hour yesterday. this is going to cover -- the other thing is good coverage this time at least. maybe not a lot of, but again getting good coverage. 'the roads that is true. that is the cocktail but are we having an entree? >> well, we won't have a lot but everybody will get something. that is the deal there. there you see it on the radar there. will take it a while to get its act together. will see it develop in the north bay first. kind of the same pattern we're used to. prior to that, it will then later on spread across the greater bay area looking for after the afternoon hours. it will favor the coastal areas before getting inland late this afternoon and into the evening hours. there is a shot for you at alcatraz. we're not dealing with much in the way of fog. golden gate bridge not too glazy either. not the slick roads just yet but there will be for your
commute home. by that point, quite definitely. temperatures, 50s on the board. chilly 40s up near the north bay and really for -- looking temperature movement today, not a lot. going to be kind of a lazy thermometer. this morning, mostly cloudy. cool is what you can bet on. late north bay showers develop. early afternoon, we're talking about scattered showers spread. cool temperatures remain. by the evening, scattered showers and cool. we talk about the evening. we're going to talk about sunset as well. in the inland areas toward the east bay and so solano county and so forth. by 12:00, everybody is cloudy if you're not there yet. those are issues, too. we're seeing stars out right now. 63 at that point as it remains cool today. we have a drying pattern and warming pattern for you in the seven-day forecast. we will investigate that in a bit. right now robin is standing by with a traffic update. what is going on? still crowded at the bay bridge toll plaza. look at the cash lanes on the far left and right. if you have fast track, you will save a little time but it
is picking up here from westbound 80 rolling into san francisco. so far just a minor delay and the drivetime still looks good. 9 minutes from the foot of the maze to fremont street. when you make it to downtown san francisco, no big problems for the skyway, the james lake, 280 and the central freeway all looking good. just minor crowding at the toll plaza. nothing to worry about here. 580 west, a live look at the richmond san rafael bridge. if you need to get to the north bay, it is smooth right now through the tolls across the span connecting with 101 north and south. 8 minutes from thpay gate south. 24 at the limit to and from the caldecott. the nimitz looking good. 680 a nice roll there out of dublin to fremont. and the south bay checking in hot spot-free. no traffic alert osar big accidents or stalls here. 101, 280, 880, guadalupe parkway, 17 out of santa cruz mountains all nice and smooth. will? let's that you can about
the santa cruz mountains. you can see the fires still burning this morning. cal fire expects to have full containment on the loma fire later this week. this is video of the fire from our helicopter -- helicopter partnership with abc 7. the fire has burned over 4400 acres and is 71% contained this morning. it still threatening about 325 buildings. hundreds of people evacuated from both santa cruz and santa clara counties since last monday when the fire started. mandatory evacuations remain in effect for some parts of santa clara county. i know the big story we're following this morning, if you go to church, you know there is really nothing that could stop sunday service. not even a destructive fire. you can see this fire to the building in berkeley. this is video the from a helicoptered partnership with abc 7. kron 4's spencer blake shows us how church goers made sunday service happen even though this fire took place a
couple of days before that. >> reporter: it was hugs and handshakes all around for members of first church berkeley. they agreed and welcomed each other to first presbyterian church across the street. >> when we heard of the fire, our church was already started relationships with them and it was easy to -- to offer our home to them. >> reporter: disaster remediation is starting at the burned shell of pilgrim hall. and first pres is helping their friends clean up the emotional damage. >> it is a surreal thing when should something that is part of your life has been so affected and changed. >> reporter: they started with a lunch. >> getting to nome know them on personal basis was exciting. >> yeah, we have this connection. >> reporter: that connection began last week when the two churches choirs sang together for sabbath worship.
then sunday, in a borrowed sanctuary, one of the ministers taught the children about the mythical phoenix and how it rises from if ashes. >> the people say amen. >> reporter: and rising from the ashes, is easier when you have someone pulling you up. >> were very grateful. i know we would do the same thing if they had a problem. we would welcome them. >> reporter: in the service one of the ministers assuredded the congregation they would meet together every sunday even if it wasn't in the same place or place they were used to. in berkeley, spencer blake, kron 4 news. happening now, apollo alto police are looking for man who exposed himself. it happened on saturday afternoon. police say a 14-year-old girl was riding her bicycle through the park when she notice manned sitting on the bench with his pants down and exposing himself. the teenager then left the area and then called her mother. the man is described as a white man in his 50s with short spiked hair and a medium build. he was last seen wearing a red
t-shirt and cargo shorts. in east bay, police are trying to find the person who fired shots at their police building. here is a look at the large bullet hole found at the front of the police headquarters on saturday night. they also found another smaller bullet marked on the second floor. fortunately no injuries reported. officers say damage to the police headquarters is at a minimum. in new jersey, federal investigators recovered one of two data recorders. a vital piece of evidence in determining the cause of that commuter train derailment last week. a woman was killed and more than 100 others were injured in the disaster on thursday morning. these are new photos released on early sunday morning. the daughter recorder could provide information on the train's speed, use of brakes
and throttle position. it has been sent to lab to get its information. a second data recorder has yet to be recovered because it is trapped in the collapsed front of that train. still ahead, the deadline to take a survey on possible changes to san francisco's lombard street is approaching. plus, the 49ers struggle at home and the raiders take on the ravens in a late game thriller. all downhill after that touchdown for the 49ers. the highlights, coming up. here is a live look outside at the embarcadero. -- meteorologist dave spahr says rain all over the bay area today.
knee. there they are right there, all standing at attention. now, let's take a look at the highlights. the 49ers got off to a great start. carlos hyde bounces to the ride. touchdown. there it is. the niners off to a very fast start. actually, it was 14-0 at one point. the cowboys answered with two straight scores of their own. dak prescott, terrence williams touchdown. the niners could not get anything going in the second half. they scored a measly three points. the cowboys went on to win 24- 17. now, the fans not just disappointed by the game. they were also frustrated by what happened. some fans took to social media while on their way into the game.
to complain about the long lines to get into the stadium. fans that we talked to right after the matchup say they are frustrated with the niners, and how they are doing right now. they -- they sit at 1-3 for the year. >> they need to get rid of trent balke. you're messing with this organization. prices are outrageous for this. get rid of balk. >> yeah, it is unfortunate he threw that interception but other than that blaine gabbert looked pretty good. but i thought kaepernick should have played. >> when we were at candlestick we felt the energy. here at levi stadium, it is just not the same. it will take a couple of years to rebuild to get back to who we are. in the heart. we are winners. >> by the way, kaepernick could not play because he's injured. quick turn-around for the 49ers. they take on the arizona cardinals at levi on thursday. and it was another late- game thriller for the raiders. they were taking on the undefeated baltimore ravens in baltimore. take a listen to how it ended.
carr taking a shot in the end zone. yes, he did! >> crabtree dragged his feet in the back of the end zone for the game-winning touchdown. for the raiders, they were able to stop the ravens as they were approaching field goal range. there they are. they stopped them with a defensive stand. raiders win 28-27. crabtree caught three touchdowns. derek carr threw for four touchdowns for the day. the raiders now 3-1. the last time they won the first three road games of the season was back in 2000. they take on the chargers this sunday right back in oakland. coming up, pay attention to the suv that circled. notice how far back it is. the question, will the driver make it before the opposing traffic gets to go. we will find out in the next edition of people behaving badly.
behave welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. here is a look at the major headlines before you head out the door this morning that you need to know. a new york times report says that donald trump showed a loves $916 million back in his 1995 tax returns. the trump campaign released a statement say the gop nominee has paid 1s of millions of
dollars -- hundreds of millions of dollars in property and real estate taxes. trump responded on twitter, where else, saying he's the only presidential candidate who can fix the tax system. plus, hurricane matthew is heading towards haiti with winds up to 130 miles an hour. the u.s. national hurricane center says the category 4 storm expected to make landfall a little later today. or possibly into tomorrow. people in haiti, cuba and jamaica are bracing for flash floods and i violate winds. kim kardashian was held up at gunpoint and robbed of $10 million of jewelry in her paris hotel room. a spokesperson for the reality tv star says two armed masked men dressed as police officers burst into her hotel room yesterday. the robbers then tied her up in the bathroom before taking off. kardashian -- kardashian-west was not injured in the robbery.
>> i still call her kim k. there is what we're talking about. you see that blob over there? up in the northwest? i have to introduce you as meteorologist -- he's earned the right, dave spahr. >> thank you, sir. you know, the thing is, i'm going to show you also the wider perspective of all of this to let you know about the coverage we have this go- around, too. won't be like micro-- you're getting good coverage all over the northwest as well. here it is on radar again. you see the big blob to the northwest us. again, it will be spreading throughout the day. starting in the north bay, true to form is what we have got going on. here is the bay bridge for you. we will be having a lot of cloud cover in which to deal with all day today. but here is what i was mentioning to will. this is tapping into a lot more moisture than its predecessor did on sunday. going forward, you can see mid- morning hours starting to cover the north bay here but look at that all the way to the
northwest. it continues throughout the day. we're at 10:45. still, during its performance all over, and to the inland spots, moving further to the east as well. snow up in the sierras but not looking for as much the winter storm warnings and so forth that were posted earlier. they have all since been taken away. we have 60s on the east bay shoreline. heyward at 65. couple of 70s popping up here and there. walnut creek, antioch and and brentwood . everybody else in 60s territory. i will break the news to you right now as we go forward. you will see nothing but 60s. upper 60s here for the south bay. all this cloud cover with rain. 62. downtomission district at 63. peninsula, 60s. take your pick whether you want the bayside or the coast. even up here to the north bay here, well, it might see some 50s perhaps here and there. stinson beach at 59.
69, petaluma. okay. vacaville a 70 up in here. a drying out phase, a mild phase really for the season as you can see. 70s and lower 80s in there by about friday. what is happening with area roads there, robin? the commute is picking up but looking pretty good so far. for you early commuters who are about to hit the road, here is a live look at the ride into san francisco. it is nice and smooth so far, approaching the toll plaza. about 15-20 minutes ago it was really crowded in some of those cash lanes. that has thinned out. overall a nice ride from oakland to downtown san francisco. your commute from the east bay, over to the peninsula, not bad at all. the brakelights you see here on westbound 92, that is traffic coming out of hayward to the peninsula. it is a nice roll. only 13 minutes. that is a great drive from the nimitz to 101. bridge crews, a zip truck here switching around the lane configuration on the golden gate to accommodate commute traffic from the north bay. it is 3-3. they will switch it to four lanes south and two lanes north but smooth in both
directions. a nice ride here into and out of san francisco. the drive times look fantastic. highway 4 west through contra costa county, 13 minutes from hillcrest in antioch out to 242 in concord. ride through the livermore valley, dublin, castor valley, no problems. soh bay, north 101 a quick 23 minute trip from morgan hill to downtown san jose. will? robin, the coast guard searchers found the body of a kayaker just south of the san mateo bridge. the helicopter patrol discovered the man's body early
yesterday morning. the victim was with two other kayakers when they left from oyster point in south san francisco. while in bay waters near san francisco international airport, the other kayakers realized the victim was missing. the name of the 38-year-old man has not been released so far this morning. in the east bay, two people were injured after a collision involving a scooter in berkeley. the crash happened yesterday afternoon on shattuck avenue and university avenues prompting officers to temporarily close the intersection. two people crashed into a pickup truck. they were taken to the hospital. information about the extent of their injuries has not yet been released. this friday is the deadline to take an online survey about changes to san francisco's lombard street. city transit leaders are considering ways to control the traffic and overcrowding of tourists. they include charging a toll, requiring reservations for the street and encouraging visitors to reach the single lane street on foot or by cable car. this friday, october 7, is the deadline to take that online survey about the potential
solutions. it can be found on our web site, www.kron4.com. kron 4 viewers complain about bad drivers all the time all over the bay area. now we want to show you one that we caught the attention -- that caught the attention of kron 4's stanley roberts. >> reporter: pay attention to the suv that circled. notice how far back the driver is. the question, will the driver make it before the opposing traffic gets to go? let's stop the video here. the suv is about 20 feet from the limit line. notice the opposing traffic now has the green. but watch what happens. yes, the driver ran a stale red light. pleasant hill is a town where people don't mind helping other people. the lady broke down and people were helping her move her car. i got a kick on the fact she never put down her phone. but you also see your fair share of people behaving badly. first off, they love their phones. i mean, really love them. one out of every five drivers i watched were holding a phone
one way or another. they also love to block the intersection. what they appear to love the most is running this red left turn arrow on the corner of contra costa boulevard and concord avenue. right near the in and outburger. sometimes it is one drive who makes a beeline to interstate 680. and other times, it is multiple drivers. this intersection is so bad that they wait a few seconds after the light changes because someone will run the light. you know what, i believe them. at this intersection, a red light camera might be the only way to stop the tide of red light runners. but hey, what do i know. stanley roberts, kron 4 news. coming up, a bay area man invited us to his 100th birthday party. what he says is the secret to a long and happy life.
a south bay man who celebrated his 100th birthday. kron 4 was right there for the party. [ singing ] [ cheering ] hector mattisol lives in santa clara. he wore a shirt yesterday that said "super dad." the super dad was born in el salvador in 1916. he says the key to living 100 years is staying active. we asked him how he felt on his very big day. >> he feels happy. he feels very happy he's turning 100.
>> he says he's very happy to have all his children, his grandchildren, his great grandchilds with him. that makes him very happy. his family. here is a picture of hector now and then with his wife in their younger years. want to wish hector happy, happy birthday. way to go. 100 years young. coming up, the blue angels are back in the bay area for the start of fleet week in san francisco. we will have more with what you can expect to see all through this week. plus, we're following breaking news from overnight. a suspicious device was found in san francisco. what bomb squads are saying about that device. and rain, expected to hit parts of the bay area today. meteorologist dave spahr has your morning forecast. in just two minutes.
we're track rain across the bay area for today. we will let you know when you can expect it and where in your forecast. the blue angels are in town. that conly mean one thing. fleet week. coming up -- -- that can only mean one thing. fleet week. we will tell you everything you can see from the air and the sea. and the giants are celebrating. they clinched the final wild card spot. now getting ready to take on the mets in a must-win game. >> happy monday. we're going to get a look at weather and traffic. i don't expect any problems,
right robin? >> no problems so far. >> excellent. what is with with the rain? another bout here that will probably cover everybody in the bay area. kind of later in the day to spread out to everybody. probably for your commute home. watch out for slick roads. there you see it. really tapped into moisture. so it is really kind of blossomed a little bit as we will be following it all this morning. here is a live shot of the bay bridge. not a whole lot in the waive surface fog we're dealing with. temps were in the 50s. got the 40s up there to the north bay. so, having said all that, this is what we're expecting. in the morning, mostly cloudy. cool conditions. late north bay showers start to build. then by the afternoon, we got scattered showers, spreading at that point. cool temps. and then by the evening, scattered showers and cooler. by the evening also talking after sunset. that is when it starts penetrating those inland spots very nicely. ready for school forecast case for 63 by high noon. look at that. 66 for the pickup in the afternoon. and in summaries, peninsula, coast -- in some areas,
peninsula, coast, north bay, may need rain gear handy. but hold off for the inland spots at that point. we will have a breakdown in a bit. robin is standing by with a traffic update, robin? the early morning commute not too bad. look going on 80 heading through san francisco. the last hour was smooth. the 5:00 hour off to a great start. within the next 30 minutes it will be packed. if you can beat that 530 rush, do it. get in before 5:30, you will not have to deal with any delays approaching the tolls. right now a quick 9 minutes from the maze out to fremont street. i will have a complete traffic check in a few minutes. darya? 5:00 now. police are warning drivers to be extra cautious ahead of the next round of rain that is headed our way to the bay area. the first rain of the season is making roads a little slick. here you can see rain that was falling yesterday. it didn't do so for long. but the roads were wet. kron 4 spoke with drivers and the police who say, be careful. >> they need to wake up. seriously. because it is just -- it effects everyone else -- affects everyone 's rhythm on the road. >> very important to remember
to slow down. the first rain releases the oil and other debris that is piled up on the roadway during the summer months. so those first rains, make the roadways very slick. so very important to slow down. >> it seems like early in the season we all forget how to drive in the rain. don't forget how to drive in the rain as we are looking for rain to fall today. and the same storm system that is bringing rain to the bay area bringing snow to the sierra. this was the scene yesterday, as the snow started falling around lake tahoe. you can see video from squaw valley on your left and kirkwood on your right. up to 3 inches of snow fell overnight in the sierra. with the rain coming, more snow is headed in that location as well. make sure you download the kron 4 mobile app to track the incoming rain and check bay area radar and get the forecast
for your neighborhood. it is a free download for iphone and android devices. time now 5:02. if blue angels are back in the bay for the start of fleet week in san francisco. >> they arrived last night at the oakland airport. that is where kron 4's jackie sissel joins us live this morning to show us what we can expect. good morning, jackie. >> reporter: i'm outside signature air. this where is the blue angels landed yesterday afternoon. as soon as the blue angels touched down, you know that it is officially the kickoff of fleet week. let's take a look at the blue angels as they came into town. it is their annual pilgrimage here for fleet week. the -- the precision aeronaughtics team landed here at the -- n -- aeronautics team landed here getting ready r that three-day air show that starts on friday. saturday, and sunday. so, if you're somebody who
lives in san francisco, get ready to have your windows rattled for the next couple of days as they go overhead. but not just in the air that you're going to see festivities for this annual fleet week. it is also on the bay waters and out at sea. we're going to have not only the blue angels, that you're very familiar with, will, from your ride last year, but also, the annual parade of ships that happens. you're going to have all kinds of navy vessels on the water. and people around the bay area flock to fleet week for a -- for various reasonses but obviously the blue angels are the biggest attraction. >> i have been watching the blue angels since i was her age. >> i like because they are fast. >> now last year, will, you got to fly with the blue angels. this year our own brittney shipp will be going up with the blue angels. that will happen later today. we expect to have folks from
the blue angels talk about what their weeks of preparation looks like. what they will be doing while they are up there. we will have all the fleet week coverage you can handle coming up. thank you, a jackie. >> brittney asked me if i threw up. the answer is no. but you won't be eating after you land. you won't feel well. >> i was saying does she ask you for advice. did she ask you for some advice? if you didn't throw up did you something right. >> told her have the bag in your hand, just in case you throw up. >> right. >> because they said please do us a favor. if you throw up do it in the bag. we don't want to clean up the cockpit. that is what they said. we don't want to clean it up. >> then they proceed to try to make you throw up. that is what they are doing. >> right. >> oh, hats off to brittney, boy. i can't wait to see that video. >> can't wait to talk to her afterwards. bananas and crackers is the diet today for her. kron 4 has your ticket and best seat in the house for the blue angels covering fleet week all week. our web site, too, has a full schedule of the fleet week events. and you will find videos of our team flying with the blue angels.
check out the will tran video there. you can watch the blue angels live right here on kron 4. the special show is from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. this saturday. firefighters are hoping to reach full containment on the massive loma fire today. it starred one week ago in the santa cruz mountains. it has grown to 4400 acres and destroyed 12 homes. it is 71% contained and firefighters say the fire did not grow at all yesterday. evacuation orders have been lifted for parts of santa clara county. evacuations were lifted yesterday for people who live on summit road between loma- prieta road and highway 52. mandatory evacuations are in effect for the loma prieta
ridgeway area. time now is 5:06. two bay area baseball -- to bay area baseball. the giants are headed to the post season after clinching the final wild card spot on the last day of the regular season. i get it. they are on fire. get it? the wildfire? the giants beat the rival dodgers by final of 7-1 yesterday. they completed a three-game sweep. and let the champagne flow. i'm glad they have those those safety goggles. they hope to claim their fourth world series final since 2010. it is an even year and we got got there with the wild card last time so, you never know. >> we play better when we in the urgency mode. you know when we have our backs against the wall. and i think that -- that gave us momentum to play these last two series like that because we have to make sure we won those games. >> we kept fighting. we kept believing. and you know, we just stayed together. despite what anybody said outside this clubhouse, i just learned that -- through thick and thin that you know when you have brother, you have teammates that are fighting for
one thing, there is nothing stronger than that bond. >> see that is the thing? it is do or die. they will respond well to that because it is a one-game faceoff against the mets on wednesday and the winner advances to play the chicago cubs in the national league division series. >> i have said enough for a lifetime. and for the last time, i wish you all a very pleasant good afternoon. >> and that was legendary broadcaster vinscully signing off after 67 years at the mic for the dodgers. he called his final game at at&t park in san francisco. giants hall of famer willie mays chatting with scully who
first fell in love with baseball as a giants fan. fans waved cars that said thank you, vin. he spent his entire career with the dodgers making him the broadcaster with the most consecutive years of service with any one team. giants honored scully with a plaque that will have a permanent place in the broadcast booth at at&t park. breaking news overnight, a suspicious package found in san franciscohas been deemed safe. the package was spotted just after 10:00 last night. the bomb squad was called to the to the scene and police closed off the area for several hours. they announced the package had been deemed safe just after midnight. investigators have not said what was inside the package. hurricane matthew is bearing down on haiti and jamaica this morning. the slow-moving category 4 storm is packing 145-mile-per-
hour winds. and it is within about 300 miles of jamaica and haiti. it is expected to bring torrential rain before making landfall in cuba. you can see everybody getting ready for it boarding up the windows. this storm will bring life- threatening flash floods and there are major safety concerns in haiti where infrastructure is still fragile after their 2010 earthquake. it is still too early to say how the storm will impact the u.s. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, a bomb she will report say -- bombshell report on trump's 1995 tax returns. and the 49ers star line backer may be out for the season. masked men robbed kim kardashian inside a paris hotel room and took more than $10 million worth of jewelry. how she is doing morning. rain developing. it looks like all day for today. we will track it for you and let you know what you can expect. robin? checking in on your commute. fairly quiet here at the richmond-san rafael bridge. no problems in the north bay'. a complete traffic check after the break.
tracking our first storm. can we call it a storm? dave? i mean, a little rain? >> this thing is bigger than yesterday's event. it will cover more area, be more rain. >> always a big deal, you know the first time back. >> we're talking about the slick roads on a lot of the stories and so forth. this is going to cover everybody. maybe areas that didn't get rain yesterday. so -- >> is it umbrella-worthy? because yesterday i didn't need my umbrella. >> you may want to have one handy in case you have to jump out or whatever.
there you go. this thing camped a lot more moisture, too. -- captured a lot more moisture, too. this rain extends up to the northwest as well. here is the live shot of what is going on right now. we will be tracking it all this morning to see the progress in realtime to where it is. you can see the radar echos are way out there. it hasn't gotten to the greater bay area. not yet. maybe lake county potentially in the inland areas way up to north. but give a little time for this to start to develop before we leave air probably it will start to show up on that perspective. 1:00, you can see it churning up in the north bay, just about to spread out to san francisco down the peninsula a little bit. that will happen in the afternoon hours. look at the coverage by 5:45. get in the greater bay area in by that point for the commute home. and then, a few hours after sunset, getting some of those inland valleys involved in all of this, too. so, it looks like it is going to cover everybody this go- around unlike its predecessor yesterday. another sense of timing here. 4:00 p.m. we have the peninsula, san francisco all covered down to the south bay, north bay is
already done, too. but not a lot of coverage at that point for the east bay and then that will happen after we get past 4:00 to 9:00. again kind of whammo for the evening commute for all of that. you can sue at the coverage in terms of that. -- you can see the coverage in terms of that. not real heavy but enough to do the trick. next 8 hours, we're calling it cloudy with all of this but 9:00 a.m., 55. starting to get some rain maybe perhaps to the north. by 1:00 p.m. that will cover the north bay, get the coastal peninsula a little bit inland on that and san francisco with all of that as well. i want to give you an idea of also the next three days with all of this. got morning clouds on tuesday. can't rule out maybe a leftover sprinkle. by wednesday, we're turning to mostly sunny and temperatures in the upper 70s. some lower 80s will come back but forget about the 90s and triple digits. right now checking into traffic detail. here is robin with details on that. still looking good. i like hey see. this is your ride into san francisco. on 80 west approaching the bay bridge toll plaza, no big problems coming through oakland. the east shore.
24 the nimitz and macarthur freeway all looking good merging with 80 west. once you get to the tolls a minor wait in some of the cash lanes but overall not bad commute. still hot spot-free. 92 that ride across the san mateo bridge still look going here. a nice roll out of the east bay to the peninsula. it will take 15 minutes. picking up but no major slowing into foster city or san mateo. that ride on 101 across the golden gate bridge, we saw a zipper truck flip around the lane configuration but looks good. at the limit to san francisco. 20 minutes from the 101-27 flit to the san francisco side. let's check the road sensors and' the drivetimes. highway 4 look going westbound out of antioch through concord. 680 a good commute from dublin to fremont. the nimitz at the limit.
darya? thanks. 5:16 right now. kim kardashian, recovering this morning -- probably just shaken up but held at gunpoint and robbed in her paris hotel. two armed masked men were dressed as police officers and apparently they burst into her hotel yesterday. a spokesman for the reality tv star says that they tied kim up, and stole more than $10 million worth of jewelry because she has that hanging around her room.
including her $4.5 million engagement ring. so that, she wears, you know, kanye gave her that. kanye was performing in new york when this robbery happened. he ended up -- ending the show abruptly told fans me a family emergency. and -- he had a family emergency. the spokesperson say kim was shaken up but not hurt. she has been in paris for fashion week. just last week she was ambushed by a celebrity prankster that probably wasn't as scary but grabbed her butt. security people got him on the ground. >> what about a hotel safe? >> i put all of my $10 million of jewels in the safe, will. >> i mean, you can't have it in your room. i'm glad she is okay. decision 2016. donald trump's taxes are back in the spotlight this morning. a new york times report surfaced over the weekend showing trump may have avoided paying federal income taxes for years.
kim hutterson has that story. i will release my tax returns against my lawyers' wishes when she releases her 33,000 e-mails. >> reporter: while many are waiting for donald trump to release his tax returns, "the new york times" recently received tax documenters belonging toll -- documents belonging to the business mogul. in 1995 trump reported a $916 million loss. the report citing tax experts, said trump could have used his loss to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. the trump campaign released a statement, saying the gop nominee has paid hundreds of millions of dollars in other taxes including property and real estate taxes. former new york mayor rudy giuliani called trump a genius for taking advantage of lawful deductions. >> the reality is, this is part of our tax code. the man is a genius. he knows thousand to operate the tax code -- knows how to operate the tax code for the benefit of those he's serving. >> reporter: former presidential candidate bernie sanders expressed why so many americans find this frustrating. >> trump goes around saying hey, i'm worth billions. i'm a successful businessman but i don't take pay any taxes. but you, you make $15 an hour, you pay the taxes. not me. that is why people are angry and want real change in this country. >> reporter: trump responded on twitter saying he knows tax laws better than anyone who has ever run for president and is the only person who can fix them. kim hutcherson reporting. new this morning, former contestant and crew members of the apprentice are speaking out about the way donald trump acted during the show. several of them spoke with our media partners at the associated press and said he
repeatedly demeaned women with sexist language. he would rate their looks and talk about which women he was attracted to. a trump campaign spokeswoman called the claims totally false. the engineer of that train that crashed in new jersey has no memory of what happened. engineer thomas gallagher told ntsb investigators that there were no problems with the train before it crashed into the hoboken terminal thursday morning. he remembers blowing the train's horn and looking at the speedometer. he said the train was traveling at 10 miles an hour. one woman was killed and 100 others injured in the crash. investigators are hoping to learn more from the train's data recorders but they are running into problems. one of the data reporters is trapped in the damaged train. another recorder that was supposed to record the train's speed, -- and -- it wasn't functioning at the time. they don't have that to go on.
still ahead on kron 4, an historic east bay church crashes fire and w another church steps in with recovery efforts. and hillary clinton gets an endorsement from an nba heavy weight. find out who. the raiders take on the undefeated baltimore ravens. see the play that helped oakland win it in the last couple of minutes.
up for our first real storm of the season. when i say "real rain" i mean yesterday you might have got a little but today, everybody is going to get covered. dave will be along with the forecast in about 5 minutes and tell you when to watch out for rain. to bay area football, the san francisco 49ers hosted the dallas cowboys at levis. it was a scene before the game that -- we have seen pretty much every game with colin kaepernick and company neiling. the other team was -- kneeling. the other team was standing for the national anthem. jumping to the game now. niners got off to a great start. two touchdowns. hey, this is looking good, right? nope, the cowboys answered with two touchdowns of their own, tied the game. niners couldn't get anything on the board after that. in the second half they got three point. cowboys win it 24-17. the niners lost star inside liker navarro bowman. he got a left achilles injury. it happened in the third quarter. there he is being carted off. it was a noncontact injury. he was taken to the locker room
for the rest of the game. this could be a season-ending injury. the niners don't need that. let's talk about the raiders. their -- another late game thriller for the oakland raiders taking on the baltimore ravens. listen to how it ended? carr putting it inside the he hade end zone for crabtree. did he get the touchdown? crabtree dragged his feet in the back of the end zone. the raiders stopped baltimore as they got closer to field goal range. raiders ended up winning 28-27. crabtree caught three touchdowns. derrick carr threw for four touchdowns. the raiders now 3-1. and the they head back home to play the san diego chargers at the coliseum on sunday. game starts at 1:25. coming up next, a deadly police shooting in southern california overnight.
and certain types of birth control could increase your chances of depression. find out which ones doctors say could do that. we're tracking another bout of rain across the bay area for today. see that glob of green there. it will be dropping south all day today. we will be tracking it for you. kron 4 morning news continues. because she is a butterfly, who fights fires. because she is my daughter, and the surgeon general says that raising tobacco taxes... is a proven way to make sure she never smokes. that's why i'm voting yes on 56.
welcome back. sneaking up on 5:30. we want to see if any problems are creeping into the commute yet. >> drivetimes are picking up. we're talking about rain all over, right, dave? >> all over, yeah. going to be spread out like butter is what is going on. all day. for your commute home, this will be causing some slick roadways. especially off to the east bay and south bay. areas that maybe didn't get
anything from yesterday's performance. up to the north here, you can see this pattern of rain starting to develop. it will be starting to encroach on the north bay as we talk to you all this morning. temperatures not going to move much at all. 50s department with basically cloudy skies today. 40s up to the north bay. the next 8 hours we go to 55 by 9:00 a.m. cloudy. by 1:00 p.m., cloudy somewhere, 64. however, by that point, rain downtown, parts of the peninsula and maybe a little bit of east bay short line by that point as well. 62 san francisco. afternoon showers oakland 64, cloudy, afternoon showers as well and san jose getting late rain in this program. we will put this all together for you coming up in a bit. robin is standing by with a traffic update for you. robin? quickly backing up at the bay bridge toll plaza. no major problems. but i'm looking at 80 west here approaching the pay gates. you can see it is coming to a crawl. mostly in the lanes right down the middle '. all right starting to back up to the 880
overcrossing. this is normal for 5:29 in the mornings. no big problems on the span or in downtown san francisco. a quick check of the east bay. an animal in the road. a deer maybe. this is causing this backup. a little unusual but it is already jammed from highway 4 coming out of hercules. that is the upper east shore freeway. mid-to-lower east shore looks great. put it all together the drive time is 16 minutes from highway 4 in hercules down to the oakland maze. i will have a complete check coming up in a few minutes. darya? make sure you download the kron 4 mobile app so you can keep track of the traffic and weather. especially on a day like today when it is going to rain. will? -- a berkeley church opening doors to members of another church that was damaged in a fire on friday. you can see the fire just pretty much destroyed their building. but another church said hey, you can come to our place and you can worship with us. and this video partnership courtesy of our partnership with abc 7. kron 4's spencer blake goes to the new church
and talks to everybody there about sunday's service. >> reporter: it was hugs and handshakes all around for members of first church berkeley. they greeted and welcomed each other to first presbyterian chur across the street. >> when we heard of the fire our church was already started relationships with them and it was easy to -- to offer our home to them. >> reporter: disaster remediation is starting at the burned shell of pilgrim hall. and first pres is helping their friends clean up the emotional damage. >> it is a very surreal thing when should something that is part of your -- suddenly something that is part of your life has been so affected and so changed. >> reporter: they started with a lunch. a free gift to those from first con ge gational church. >> they are trying our lunch and so i'm hoping it will stick and we can continue that relationship moving forward. >> getting to know them on a personal basis was exciting. >> yeah. we have this connection. >> reporter: that connection began last week when the two churches choirs sang together for sabbath worship.
[. ♪ [ music ] ] >> then sunday in a borrowed sanctuary one of the ministers taught the children about the mythical phoenix and how it rice from the ashes. >> let the people say amen and add a blessing to this preaching. >> reporter: rising from the ashes is easier when you have someone pulling you up. >> we're very grateful. i know we would do the same thing if they had a problem. we would welcome them. >> reporter: in that service one of the ministers assured the congregation they would meet together every sunday even if it wasn't in the same place or in place that they were used to. in berkeley, spencer blake, kron 4 news. the search is on for man who exposed himself to a teenager in a palo alto park. let's take a look at what where this happened. it was about 4:00 in the afternoon on friday at bowl park. a 14-year-old girl was riding her bike there when she noticed a guy was sitting on a bench and his pants were down. he was exposing himself. she left the park and called her mom and her mom called the cops. police don't have a detailed description of him. they say that he didn't move
during the incident. he didn't try to talk to the teenager, either. concord police are investigating a shooting that happened outside the police department over the weekend. and here you can see the big bullet hole in front of the building. this was about 11:15 saturday night at the police department on galindo street. nobody was hurt. police have not identified any suspects. one person us dead and another in custody after a police shooting in los angeles. police responded to reports that two men had guns last night but officers have not said what led -- led up to the shooting. the victim was a hispanic man between the ages of 18 and 22 years old. one witness says officers shot that man multiple times. police founds a handgun on the scene. this shooting comes in the wake of another police shooting over the weekend in l. a. police shot and killed carnell, jr., as he fled from police. it sparked two nights of protests in los angeles. the justice department is offering grants to help police
departments across the country hire new officers. $119 million in funding is going to be announced in dallas today to kick off national community policing week. other events this week include a townhall discussion on diversity in policing. the grants are being awarded to 184 law enforcement agencies across the country and they are intended to yet or protect more than -- create or protect more than 900 positions. decision 2016. hillary clinton has picked up a big endorsement in the swing states of ohio. lebron james decided to endorse the democratic nominee in an op- ed with the business insider. james said clinton was the loin candidate who shared similar values with him -- he said he supported hillary because she could build on the legacy of president obama. just last month, clinton also received the endorsement of warriors guard steph curry. another bush family member may be leaning towards supporti hillary clinton for president. barbara bush the daughter of former president george w. bush
attended a clinton fundraiser in paris on saturday night. a spokesman for the former president did not respond to requests for his comment. clinton aides also did not immediately respond to requests. just last month, former president george h. w. bush told the group of people that he will vote for clinton in november. and vice presidential candidates tim kaine and mike pence will square off tomorrow night in the only vice presidential debate at longwood university in kaine's home state of virginia. the debate will last 90 minutes and be divided into nine segments. the debate starts at 6:00 tomorrow night. the next presidential debate is coming up on sunday. 5:35. still ahead on this monday morning. major changes could be coming to san francisco's famous lombard street. do you think that tourists should have to pay? and at the break, concerns in florida. more mosquitoes are testing positive for the zika virus. we will tell you what they are doing to try to prevent it from
welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. the time is 5:38. checking in on the bay bridge ride into san francisco. it continues to back up here. so if you need to get in right now you will be sighting -- sitting in slow traffic, stop- and-go from right around the 880 overcrossing here. but it is slowly stretching out to east grand. the suspension looks good. no problems in downtown san francisco. the average drive not bad. 10 minutes from the maze out to fremont street. darya? new tests suggests? mosquitoes in florida may still be infected with the zika virus. preliminary tests show that a new sample of mosquitoes from the miami beach area, tested positive for zika. the cdc still needs to confirm these results. but if they are confirmed, this would be the sixth mosquito sample from miami beach that
has tested positive. at least 35 people in that area have contracted zika locally. health officials have been spraying the area to get rid of the mosquito. zika has been linked to severe birth defects where children are born with be a normally small -- ab normally small heads. certain birth control pills may increase a woman's chance of having depression. hormonal contraception that includes birth control pills and implants increases a woman's odds of depression and anti-depression medication use. women who use contraceptives had an 80% increased risk of depression. the numbers were higher for add lessent girls. researchers -- adolescent girls. women should talk to their doctors when starting any kind of hormonal medicine. and a sign that the seasons really change. a second day in a row tracking rain across the bay area. this is more juicy than
-- coming up on 5:45 here is a quick look at the top stories. firefighters hoping to get full containment on the massive loma fire a little later today. the fire started exactly one week ago in the san tradition cruz mountains. -- santa cruz mountains. since then it has destroyed 4400 acres and 12 homes. we will have an update in an hour from now. evacuation orders have been lifted for parts of santa clara county. the giants are headed to
post season. they clinch the final wild card spot by sweeping the dodgers. and here is the final game 7-1 yesterday. they take on the new york mets on wednesday in the nl wild card game. mad baum will be on the mound and then the winner takes on the chicago cubs. the blue angels back in the bay area for the start of fleet week in san francisco arriving in oakland yesterday afternoon. you can catch our speak blue angels live show from 2:00 to 4:00 this saturday afternoon right here on kron 4. and, it is going to rain. so if that's not enough news for you -- that is going on, too. >> a real flavor of the change of seasons finally. >> not raining on saturday if you want to be out there. >> doesn't look like it for now. >> just a one-shot deal. okay. >> but there may be more next week. we will see happens. but we're beginning a new season now where we will see more of this. this little guy came from the gulf of alaska as well. tap into moisture. as we talk this morning, this
will start to progress further south and start to get the north bay involved in some of those rain showers as we continue to track it all this morning. so let's go on and do that and let you know how the whole day will go together. we take you out to the early afternoon, 5:00 or so. there you see all the north bay coverage. san francisco to the south bay. not too much coverage in the east bay. this is as the evening commute starts. then we start to progress further, and some of those roads there -- now starting to become slick and more rain also being added to the north bay and down to the peninsula as we go into latter afternoon. this takes us out to about 9:00 p.m. some of the rain may actually linger in terms of light rain showers as late as just in the predawn hours for tomorrow. but then that will be a clearing day for us pretty much. this will be a one-day event. this goes out to 5:00 a.m. you can see a little bit more greenery shows up. temperature-wise today, boy, talk about a lazy thermometer. what a contrast to seven days ago. we have 60s on the board for east bay shore line. ditto for the east bay hills.
everybody else is pretty much upper 60s territory. for the south bay, cupertino, 66. most of the south bay, upper 60s for today. san francisco a chilly 62 going on today. golden gate park about 61. but down the peninsula, it stays in the 60s territory as it will be cloudy with those rain showers developing in the afternoon. and just to check into the north bay, 59 for stinson beach. 69 petaluma. but remember, this is where the rain will start earlier in the day even before the lunch hour. we should probably start getting wetness going on up here. vacaville may get to a balmy 70 by comparison. to the weekend, it looks okay for fleet week. temperatures may flirt with the lower 80s temporarily on friday. but looking pretty good going into the weekend. robin, checking on the traffic detail. what is going on? also looking good at the bay bridge toll plaza. time to head back to work. traffic filling in here at the pay gates. but no big problems out of the maze or into downtown san
francisco. so the drive time is holding steady. 10 minutes from the foot of the maze out to fremont street. beyond that point, continuing through downtown, connecting with 101 and 280, not going to be a problem for now. this is considered a good commute. we're hot spot-free but 80, the east shore freeway recovering from an earlier problem. an animal in the road, a small minor issue but backed up traffic to highway 4 out of hercules. if you get out there and it is a little heavy, that is why. nothing major. your total drive time not bad. put it all together, about 16 minutes from highway 4 to the maze or 580-880 split. for those of you coming out of the east bay, antioch, pitsburg, bay point, it is getting crowded from lone tree. going to be off and on towards bailey approaching that b-a-r-t station. a nice ride through concord. maybe a little sluggish off of 242 but the drive here, only 22 minutes from hill crest out to 242 south.
680, that is getting slow. mostly leaving dublin south. it will pick up before highway 84. the normal crowding. not a big problem. 21 minutes from duck lynn to fremont or -- dublin to fremont or mission south. here is the south bay. right in the middle of your screen, north 101 from 680 to 880, that is not bad at all. after that it is smooth sailing through mountain view, sunny valley, palo alto. the drive from 85 to 237 only 21 minutes. 5:47 right now. crews have recovered the body of a kayaker who was reported missing near s.f.o.. his bodies with found south of the san mateo bridge at 3:00 yesterday afternoon. the 38-year-old man was first reported missing imp4:00 saturday afternoon. he was with two other kayakers at the time. they had left from oyster point in south san francisco. the other two kayakers realized that the third was missing as they got closer to san
f.r.a.n.c.i.s.c.o. -- s.f.o.. berkeley back open this morning after two pele were injured in a crash. police closed the intersection of shattuck and university avenues after the collision at 2:00 yesterday afternoon. two people on a motor scooter crashed into a pickup truck. the scooter riders were hospitalized. no word yet on how they are doing this morning. 5:48. big news this morning. this friday is the deadline to take an online survey and get feedback on proposed changes for the san francisco's famous lombard street. city transit leaders are look at how they can control the traffic in the area. an estimated 6,000 people visit the crooked section of the street every day during the summer months. and that can cause a big backup for several blocks. transit officials are look at maybe charging a toll if you want to drive on that portion of the street. or require a reservation. they are also encouraging visitors to take public transit to the curvy part of lombard.
transit officials are asking officials to take an online survey and give feedback on these ideas. you can find the link on our web site at www.kron4.com. the minimum wage in san jose will soon be going up. wages going up about 10 cents an hour. that will begin in january. bringing the hourly wage up to 10.40. voters approved the law in 2012 that requires san jose businesses to pay employees at least $10 hour. wages also increase each year based on how much the consumer price index increases. ambulance. tesla says sales of its cars -- i want one to badly. tesla cars more than doubled compared to a year ago. 16,000 model s and 8700 model x sports utility vehicles were delivered to customers in the latest quarter. this is encouraging news for the palo alto based company that has had a rocky couple of months. tesla suffered a larger than expected loss in the second
quarter. in june the government began investigating tesla auto pilot system after a drive using the system died in a florida crash. still ahead on kron 4 morning news, a massive hurricane churning across the caribbean sea and moving in on haiti and jamaica. we're tracking matthew coming up at 6:00. and after the break, a new winner at the box office. which film came out on top. let's take a peek at storm tracker 4. we will have the details in a few minutes.
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it will probably start to spread out to the north bay before the noon hour and then get everybody else as we go to the noon hours. just a quick tap on temperatures. a chilly start you can see 50s, 40s up to the north bay. how does it break down? by 9:00 a.m., we're talking 55. cloudy for the most part. maybe rain up to the far north. 1:00, we're spreading to the peninsula. san francisco, and covers the entire north bay. we will have more on this as the broadcast starts to progress. darya? sounds like good movie weather, a lot of people went to the movies. tim burton's latest film came out on top this weekend. it is called "miss peregrine's home for peculiar children." and it made 20 million in ticket sales. the acclaimed disaster move "deep water horizon" didn't do too well. not sure why it is acclaimed. a south bay man is
celebrating his 100th birthday. kron 4 was right there as hector celebrated yesterday. he lives in santa clara and has lived there 45 years. he was born in 1916 in el salvador. we asked how he felt on his very big day. >> he's saying he is happy. he feels very happy to be turning 100. he says very happy to have all his children, his grandchildren, his great grandchildren with him. that makes him very happy. his family. >> how cool is this? we want to show thank you picture. here is a picture of hector in his younger days with his wife. on the right side, he is still just right there with us. enjoying life, active as 100 years young, darya. >> just visited my mom
yesterday in san francisco. a woman in her home was 100. it is a big deal. a big deal. you think it is a big deal to get out of bed on a monday? try doing it for 100 years. coming up on the kron 4 morning news, we will bring you the weather and rain in the bay area, plus, we have also got the update on all of the wildfires. that could be a big help.
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>> dan: calling it mostly cloudy by patrick clark at that point good coverage from the bay with circuit to another rainshowers that work and to a little caution on what may be at that point some slick roads and and that the see of the area roads look. >> robin: a major traffic alerts to the back of the bay bridge toll plaza is growing beyond 880 u.s. grand was the top the foot of the maze and the 12 minute drive it from downtown oakland to fremont. heavier dystrophic
and despite a crash on the nimitz a eighth of the submarine of san leandro. two lanes blocked and the backup is not to back up to 98. >> robin: you wanted 58780 south the, will save time. after that a small pocket of commute traffic leading hayward at 92, this 24 minute trip from to 38 i, to two very seven and l p s. we will check his back with you and the minutes. >> will: extra careful and brought in coming arena of a bay area. bay area this afternoon. the first rain of the season is already making the roads more dangerous around the bay area. here you can see the rain hitting parts of the north bay it didn't rain for long, but roads are already slick. kron four spoke with drivers and police in the bay area. who say people need to be extra cautious as we head into the rain season.
>> : effects everyone pat how everyone on the road. . remember >> : to slow down first rain is always open earlies of oil and other debris that has piled up on the roadway >> will:police are also reminding people that they should not be using a cell phone while driving. especially when it's raining. make sure you download the kron four mobile app so you can track the incoming rain. you can check bay area radar and neighborhood. it's a free download for iphone and android devices. >> darya: make sure you download
the kron 4 mobile application. >> will:breaking news this morning. several people shot in downtown minneapolis early this morning. it happened just after 1:00 this morning. this is brand new video just into the newsroom this morning. you can see police and ambulances on the scene. police say a total of six people were shot. you can also see at least one person being loaded into the back of an ambulance on a stretcher. arrested. >> darya:breaking overnight. a suspicous package found in san francisco's potrero hill neighborhood-- has been deemed safe. the package was spotted just after 10 last night on potrero avenue. the bomb squad was called to the scene, and police closed off the area. they announced that the package had been deemed safe just after midnight. investigators haven't said what
the package was. >> darya:the blue angels are back in the bay area for the start of fleet week in san francisco. they arrived at the oakland airport yesterday. that's where kron four's jackie sissel joins us live this morning. to show us what we can expect this week. good morning, jackie. >> reporter: would not end it well as i went up with them. the blue angels ltd. yesterday, its unofficial kickoff of a fleet week is a big deal each time it dignify it signifies that is the start of a big deal and from a saturday and sunday 3 day airshow and next couple days you will see them over had running those drills. when a chance to
talk to some people yesterday lot of people coming to town to go on those navy ships to see a parade to a week but the crown jewel of the blue angels and for good reason. >> : always been a big fan of airplanes and i just enjoy seeing what they do. >> reporter: the brittany will be going up with the blue angels and may have a chance to talk to her before she goes up around 88 1/3 years note but at 7 we go inside the gates here and hopefully talk to some
folks and the other week looks like how to prepare. >> darya: woman at thinking pretty well. >> will: segura's no women for fliers. everybody wants to know the answer now i did not get sick when i when i met last year. and kron four is your fleet week station. >> darya:we'll be covering all of the fleet week festivities. from the parade of ships to the air show. we also have a special section on our website. with the full schedule of fleet week events. and you'll find videos of our team flying with the blue angels. including will tran who you see here. and don't forget. you can watch the blue angels live. right here on kron four. our special blue angels live show runs from two to four p-m this saturday. >> will:firefighters are hoping to reach full containment on the massive loma fire today.
the fire started exactly a week ago in the santa cruz mountains. it has grown to more than 44- hundred acres and destroyed 12 homes. it's 71-percent contained, and firefighters say the fire didn't grow at all yesterday. evacuation orders have been lifted for parts of santa clara county. evacuations were lifted yesterday for people who live on summit road. between loma prieta road and highway 152. mandatory evacuations are still in effect for the loma prieta ridgeline area. homes are threatened this morning. >> darya:to bay area baseball. and the giants are heading into the post-season after clinching the final wild card spot on the last day of the regular season. the giants beat the rival dodgers by a final of seven-to- one yesterday. to complete a three-game sweep. the giants showed everyone that it doesn't matter how you get into the playoffs. as long as you get there. they're heading into the post-
season on a four-game win streak. hoping to claim their fourth world title since 2010. and they say they are confidant heading into the must-win wildcard game. the giants face the new york mets on wednesday for the n-l wild card game. the winner will advance to play the chicago cubs in the national league division series. madison bumgarner is set to pitch on wednesday. >> : we've been there a lot we know it's like. they met with the wild-card game in the winner gets to advance the place chicago cubs and the national division series. we're now few
hundred miles away from land fall and this is an aerial shot from space looking down at hurricane over the land fault and it should be their little bit later today in the afternoon >> will:hurricane matthew is bearing down on haiti and jamaica this morning. as it churns across the caribbean sea. this is a look at the storm from space this morning. the slow-moving category four storm is packing 145 mile an hour winds. it's within about 300 miles of jamaica and haiti. where it's expected to bring torrential rain before making landfall in cuba. forecasters are warning that the storm will bring life- threatening flash floods. there are major safety concerns in jamaica this morning. there are also major safety concerns in haiti. where the infrastructure is still fragile after the 2010 earthquake that rocked the country. >> will: the storm will impact
the u-s. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. kim kardashian robbed at gunpoint. see what kanye did when he found out the news. plus.donald trump's tax controversy heats up as documents show the billionaire may have avoided paying federal taxes for two decades. the more >> dan: news continues after the break.
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us before noon lunch time and then on like yesterday's performance this was a greater quantity and adding coverage we will bring this down all for you and was looking like over the last few hours starting off about midnight the starting the job into northern california. here's the shot we have right now you can see about to get into sonoma county north west is the notice will will be billy all this morning. >> dan: recital and northern california all on the peninsula and 2:00 in the east bay. that will happen in the afternoon and close holes will continue to come across the showers and embedded with class of thunder we also mentioned. late night hours after that sunset it's very sparse but not impossible to see a couple of stray showers do their magic and potentially even into tomorrow morning and
even a last minute shower before roe clears out. >> dan: 1:00 in the north bay and the readings will be under tons of and and at that point. and then on the evening commute 5:00 or so with starts to get up to dial up here. meanwhile on the peninsula still minor amounts at 5:00 the east bay shoreline and then we venture out past that point after sunset and there we see everybody gets the coverage these statements spots won't get as much but everyone in the bay area is going to get something out of this. at 65 clotting conditions rainshowers our starting to build on that point. then in the next three days as premature one day event and as you mentioned tom morning of fuel shower before dawn and clearing out 78 looks like by wednesday even some oil or 80s before we finish off a week.
>> robin: read into san francisco patchy at the toll plaza. the backup is growing and that is normal no big problems hotspot free the drive time continues to increase 1517 s from the foot out the fremont street. >> robin: right on 92 moving well across the san mateo bridge, it's going over the to the peninsula where gets congested. 17 minutes from the nimitz over to the bayshore freeway. foster city centel will drop be just fine. then some fairy delays from east bay terminal. >> robin: mead data south san
francisco 740 departure from oakland to south san francisco all cancelled and we will have to choose an alternate form of transportation and on the nimitz and leandro and marriott. avenue and after that all will commute traffic around 24 minutes the rest of the bay area just fine. since they look pretty good. >> darya: learning that his wife. kim kardashian was held up at gunpoint and robbed. two armed men men dressed as police officers confronted
kardashian at her hotel in paris last night. they tied her up and locked her this is video from outside the hotel the two men got away with more than 10-million dollars worth of jewelry. including her four- point-five million dollar engagement ring that kanye west gave her at at&t park. kim was not injured but according to a spokesperson she was badly shaken. >> darya:happening right now. a 14-year-old boy is in critical condition after being shot by police in saint louis. police say the boy started shooting at police while they were investigating a possible carjacking yesterday morning. this is video from the scene. investigators say the teen was running away from the scene when he turned around and started shooting at the officers. the officers returned fire and hit the boy. >> darya:he dropped the gun and continued running away. police eventually caught up with
him and arrested him. none of the officers were injured. both officers have been placed on administrative leave while the shooting is investigated. >> will:decision 2016. donald trump's taxes are back in the spotlight this morning. a new york times report surfaced over the weekend. showing trump may have avoided paying federal income taxes for many years. manu raju has the story. >> :donald trump / presidential candidate: "i will release my tax returns when she releases her 33-thousand e-mails." >> reporter:while many are still waiting for donald trump to release his tax returns. the new york times recently received tax documents belonging to the business mogul. the documents show in 19-95 trump reported a 916-million- dollar loss. the report.citing tax experts. said trump could have used his loss to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. the trump campaign released a statement saying the g-o-p nominee has paid hundreds of millions of dollars in other taxes, including property and real estate taxes.
former new york mayor rudy giuliani called trump a "genius" for taking advantage of lawful deductions. >> :rudy giulani / fmr. new york mayor: "the reality is this is part of our tax code. the man is a genius. he knows how to operate the tax code for the benefit of the people he's serving." >> reporter:former presidential candidate bernie sanders expressed why so many americans find this frustrating. bernie sanders / fmr. presidential candidate: "so trump goes around and says 'i'm worth billions. i'm a successful businessman but i don't pay any taxes. but you, you make 15 bucks an hour, you pay the taxes not me. that is why people are angry and want real change in this country." >> reporter:trump responded via twitter saying.he knows tax laws better than anyone who has ever run for president. and is the only person who can fix them.
>> : supposed to fight all these different things and she can't make a 15 ft. to her car. knocking her recent bout of pneumonia. >> will: and new this morning. speaking out about the way donald trump acted during the several of them spoke with our media partners at the associated press and said he repeatedly language. they say he would rate their looks and talk about which women he was attracted to. a trump campaign spokeswoman called the claims "totally >> darya:the engineer of the train that crashed into a new jersey commuter rail terminal-- has no memory of the crash. engineer thomas gallagher told n-t-s-b investigators that there were no problems with the train
before it crashed into the hoboken terminal on thursday morning. he remembers blowing the train's horn and looking at the speedometer as he pulled into the station. he told investigators the train was traveling at 10 miles an hour. one woman was killed and more than 100 others were injured in the crash. investigators are hoping to learn more from the train's data recorders, but they're running into major problems. one of the data recorders is trapped inside the damaged train. another recorder that was supposed to record the train's speed and braking information wasn't functioning at the time. >> will:still ahead. lebron james endorses a presidential candidate. see who he says he is supporting in the election. >> will:and after the break. the niners blow a big lead and the raiders take down an undefeated team. we have the highlights coming up. and here's a live look outside. san mateo bridge. and here's a live look outside. san mateo bridge.
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>> robin: convalescence wrapping up an east bay on the nimitz and 24 we have traffic details a bit. >> darya:to bay area football. and colin kaepernick continuing anthem before the san francisco 49ers played host to the dallas cowboys at levi's stadium. >> will:this was the scene before the game. colin kaepernick and some of his teammates continued their protest. refusing to stand for you can see kaepernick kneeling with teammates eric reid and eli harold. together during the anthem. >> will:the niners got off to a great start with two touchdowns. but the cowboys then answered with two touchdowns of their own to tie the game. the niners couldn't get anything going in the second half. scoring just three points. cowboys went on to win it 24-17.
and it was another late game raiders. taking on the undefeated baltimore ravens. take a look at how it ended. michael crabtree dragged his et in the back of the end zone for the game-winning touchdown. and the raiders were able to stop baltimore as they approached field goal range. raiders end up winning it 28 to >> will: for four touchdowns. the raiders are now three-and- one. they host the san diego chargers at the coliseum this sunday. game starts at 1:25. take a look at this. team u-s-a celebrating after winning the ryder cup over the weekend. >> darya:and the team celebrated
by each kissing their significant other. except rickie fowler. but he seemed unfazed. simply shrugging his shoulders. >> will:coming up on the kron 4 morning news. a historic east bay church catches fire. how another church is stepping up to help with the recovery efforts. and another deadly police shooting in southern california. hear why there is new outrage this morning. >> dave: had your weather in just to two minutes as the kron 4 morning news continues.
>> will: rain is coming a little bit later on. the evening commute we start to get covered in all of this and house and the radar satellite picture over the overnight hours. closer look at what's happening right now as you can see and getting hit here this will spread over much more geography all over the north bay until it hits the peninsula. a live shot of the bay bridge because we are seeing some breaks in the clouds the action may see the sun, a little bit may only provide little bit of instability today. >> dave: next eight hours 6710 a m by that point. 2:00 p.m. cloudy and then san francisco
are recovering the north bay started out to the south. 62 assess francisco cloudy and cold afternoon showers at 64 san jose looking at about 68 will be keeping track on this in just a bit. at a >> robin: the richmond center fell bridge ride and traffic is growing 580 west and the toll plazas a story on the western drive on the on ramp it does not stretch of the castro not yet no big problems rolling through the north bay across the span and a good connection to 1 01 north and south and nine minutes from the toll from the one on one on ramp east today look at this way of traffic was found 24 for the caldecott is wrapping up at camino paulo and may still be blocking materials sluggish their from lafayette and oakland's side to the tunnel looks great no problem and
amazed just heavy west on approaching miranda. >> will: in the east bay. a berkeley church is opening its doors to members of another church that was damaged in a fire. take a look at this massive fire that happened on friday at first congregational church of berkeley. this is video courtesy of our helicopter partnership with a-b- c-7 news. parishioners did not have to go far for sunday services. right across the street, first presbyterian church offered a helping hand to that displaced group of worshipers. first presbyterian church also hosted a free lunch as a gift to those from first congregational church. >> :.. >> will:one of the ministers assured the congregation that
they would meet every sunday, even if it has to be in a different location. the search is on for a man who exposed himself to a teenager in a palo alto park. >> darya:it happened around four on friday afternoon at bol park. a 14-year-old girl was riding her bike when she noticed a man sitting on a bench. his pants were down and he was exposing himself. the teen left the park and called her mom, who then called police. >> darya:police don't have a detailed description of the man. officers say the man did not move during the incident, and he didn't try to talk to the teen. concord police are investigating a shooting that happened just outside the police department over the weekend. here you can see the large bullet hole found at the front of the building. >> darya:it happened around 11:15 saturday night at the police department on galindo street. no one was injured. police haven't identified any suspects or a motive in the shooting. >> will:one person is dead and another is in custody after a police shooting in los angeles. police were responding to reports that two men had guns last night, but officers haven't said what led up to the
shooting. authorities describe the victim as a hispanic man between the ages of 18 and 22. one witness says officers shot that man multiple times. police found a handgun on the scene. this shooting comes in the wake of another police shooting over the weekend in los angeles. police shot and killed carnell snell junior as he fled from police. the shooting sparked two nights of protests in the city. crews have recovered the body of a kayaker who was reported missing near s-f-o. >> darya:coast guard crews found the man's body just south of the san mateo bridge around three yesterday morning. the 38-year-old man was reported missing around four saturday afternoon. he was with two other kayakers at the time. they had left from oyster point in south san francisco. the other two kayakers realized
the third kayaker was missing as they got closer to s-f-o. the victim's name hasn't been released. a major intersection in berkeley is back open this morning. after two people on a scooter were injured in a crash. >> darya:police closed the intersection of shattuck and university avenues after the collision. it happened around two yesterday afternoon. police say two people on a motor scooter crashed into a pickup the scooter riders were hospitalized. no word on how they're doing this morning. >> will:decision 2016. and hillary clinton has picked up a big endorsement in the swing state of ohio. lebron james decided to endorse the democratic nominee. in an op-ed with the business insider. james said that clinton was the only candidate who shared similar values with him. he said he supported hillary because she could build on the legacy of president obama.
just last month, clinton also received the endorsement of warriors guard steph curry. >> will:another bush family member may be leaning towards supporting hillary clinton for president. barbara bush. the daughter of former president george w. bush. attended a clinton fundraiser in paris saturday night. >> will:a spokesman for the former president did not respond to requests for comment. just last month, former president george h-w bush told a group of people that he will vote for clinton in november. and vice presidential candidates tim kaine and mike pence will square off tomorrow night in the only vice presidential debate before the election. >> will:the debate will take place at longwood university in kaine's home state of virginia. the debate will last about 90 minutes and it will be divided into nine segments. >> darya:the debate starts at six tomorrow night. and the next presidential debate is coming up on sunday. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. minimum wage on
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>> robin: lot of heavy traffic at the cemetery abridge moving at a snail's pace was down heading to the peninsula. we do not see any incidence according to chp for now looks like a lot of commuter traffic heading to the pencil the drive time is 23 minutes south out to 1 01 and then some problems in the east bay 24 and 680 watt creek a complete check coming up and a few minutes. >> darya: to people in custody at happened yesterday in complex shall then and are for several hours. man and a woman who are arrested are not the child's parents but are the caregivers of the baby. one woman jumped into action when she heard her neighbors screaming for help.
>> darya: 80 was pronounced dead he at the hospital. >> will: ear for motherhood whose child was killed from shooter at a school. >> dave: as one covering of the bay area entering into the coastal areas and some, given a little bit of time to spread out we have your forecast tracking the rain coming up as of the morning news continues. dollars to defeat it. vets" in voting yes on prop 61. am an iraq veteran. lowering drug prices. dollars to defeat it. vets" in voting yes on prop 61.
blue angels check our web site kron4news-dot-com for the complete schedule. >> dave: have instability and an imbedded in the class of thunder as we have these rainshowers. and the track has gone and you see in the north bay spurting out little bit in sonoma county. it won't get to the east bay and to the of late afternoon before will happen and amounts will be much lower right now shot in pacifica for you. and experiencing cloud cover here is how the rain estimates go. still down to about a nickel or dime sori a a an here.
still >> dave: even as late as 6:00 over in the east bay hills then you can see it starts to spread out that will be the last step in our journey. although at san francisco event peninsula and south bay pretty much the step in the east bay shoreline and in nine spots in the last step of the journey. >> dave: even as the sun comes out middle '60s on the east bay shoreline. and brentwood antioch and 70 for. the most part still talking about sixties and then here at the south bay cupertino comes in at 66. milpitas and also about 67 quite chilly for downtown san francisco. and the mission district 63 most sematech a county remains in the '60s department with lower 60s
covering the coast. and stinson beach at 659 center fell 65 and then over to wine country 68 for napa, we'll have some showers in the way of early tuesday morning. opening opera the temperatures for fleet week. >> robin: heading into san francisco a slow rider getting to the morning. it is backed out at the foot of the maze it won't change until later this morning after 10:00 and also crowded on the extension. and the normal stop and go traffic overall how long will it take 17 minutes for now. and then back up at the richmond center fell bridge 580 west also growing from castro down to the toll plaza.
>> dave: stall vehicle jamming up commuter traffic and a lot of folks stuck in. the backups >> robin: your not 22 minutes to get from to 42, through this lulling heading into walnut creek, to danville. assess the smooth on westbound 24 how, adding toward more in doubt. in a >> robin: be blocking the off ramp into lafayette and we can see the picture into walnut creek and it's almost back and to the 680 split. glenn side is this move is 24 minutes there're from 630, the maze. coming out of south bay to the peninsula accident no. 1 01 of 237 northbound traffic backed up into sonny til 237 west also at a crawl. and leave early because of a minor accident. gap's
>> darya:this friday is the deadline to take an online survey and give feedback on proposed changes to san francisco's famous lombard street. city transit leaders are looking at ways to control traffic in the area. an estimated six-thousand people visit the crooked section of the street each day during the summer months. that can cause traffic to stretch back for several blocks. transit officials are looking at charging a toll to drive on the street or requiring reservations. they're also encouraging visiters to take public transit to the street. >> darya:transit officials are asking people to take an online survey and give feedback on the proposals. you can find a link on our website. at kron-four-dot-com. >> will:the minimum wage in san jose will soon be going up. wages will increase by 10-cents an hour in january. bringing the hourly wage up to $10.40. voters approved a law back in 2012. which requires san jose businesses to pay employees at least 10-dollars per hour.
under the law. wages also increase each year based on how much the consumer price index increases. >> darya:we're now hearing from the mother of a little boy who was killed in a school shooting in south carolina. six-year-old jacob hall died on saturday from a brain injury that he got during the shooting. he was shot wednesday by a teenager who opened fire at his elementary school. jacob's mother says now is a time for mourning and healing. she says jacob loved school, games, and super heroes. >> : was forgiving of his and have been smiling down at us. >> darya: south carolina. grade teacher were also shot.
they were treated for injuries, but have been released from the hospital. >> darya:the 14-year-old accused in the shooting has been charged as a jail. >> will:for your health. new tests suggest some mosquitoes in florida may still be infected with the zika virus. preliminary tests show that a new sample of mosquitoes from the miami beach area tested positive for the disease. the c-d-c still needs to confirm the results. if they are confirmed. this would be the sixth mosquito sample from miami beach that has tested positive. at least 35 people in the area have contracted zika locally. health officials have been
spraying the area to get rid of mosquitoes. zika has been linked to severe birth defects. where children are born with abnormally small heads. certain birth control pills may increase a woman's chances of having depression. a new study found that hormonal contraception. which includes birth control pills and implants. increases a woman's odds of depression and anti- depressant medication use. >> will:danish researchers studied more than one-million women between the ages of 15 and 34. women who used contraceptives had an 80-percent increased risk for depression. the numbers were higher for adolescent girls. researchers say this is a reminder that women should talk to their doctors when starting any kind of hormonal medicine. we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues. and here's a live look outside. embarcadero. ahead at seven on the kron 4 >> darya: you can see beyond the city as well looking for the on the drive the rain and wet will start falling we will be back in your forecast and a few minutes.
>> will: she wrote about it in a letter that she sent to hillary clinton and talk about the name change how she wanted to one day become president. shell also told lisa never give up on her dream. the mom says that a taught her daughter that she doesn't have to change anything about herself to become president. >> darya: angels going into the bay area up preview of a fleet week. and a wild fire in santa clara we talk about of progress that they are making so far. saying farewell set solely by
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