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. here's a live shot of bay bridge. the temperatures for warmer this morning than we had from yesterday. everyone is reporting 50s territory. napa is 49 and santa rosa at 48. this is the last minute drop off, 67 for san francisco, 74
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oakland as a high. 79 going on for san jose and your ready for school forecast, 72, and 71 covering the bay. we have changes happening not just on sunday, but early next week. we'll investigate that. changes are on the road. we're tracking a problem in oakland. let's look at the ride in san francisco. a backup on the bay bridge toll plaza, it's heavier, now, compared to the 6:00 hour. look at the drive times, 30 minutes from that point headed off to freemont street, nothing going on in the bridge or downtown. no major hot spots, i'm keeping my eye on this crash in oakland. this is southbound from the 23rd, it's on the 6:00 hour. it looks like chp is pushing it off to the shoulder. it's backing up in both
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directions. if you need to use the film its, use 580 instead, you can see it's -- nimitz, use 580 instead. it's looking much better compared to the nimits, make sure you leave early. let's look at highway 4, i've had minor issues in the pittsburgh bay point area. darra and mark? a search is on the way, now, for a man who tried to kidnap a student. >> they're still telling parents until they make an arrest in this case. you have to watch after your kids, use the buddy system if you cannot drop off your child personally or pick up your child. she system right next to me, she will talk to me in a few. let me give you a map and go
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into the details and exactly what happened. this is on wednesday at 3:45 in the afternoon. the child was walking presumably home when a man comes up behind the child, the student, grabs the student or he or she, we're not saying the gender, he or she manages to break away, alert somebody inside the home, the police officers arrive to the scene, this perpendicular was long gone. in the meantime, everybody knows about this, daily city is not that big, especially in this neighborhood. joining me as i promise is anita fuller, your reaction when you found out about this? >> shocked. but, not really shocked, you have to put a leash on your kids, you can't be comfortable. have you to teach your kids to walk home different ways. there's no other way except up the hill. it's sad, the children, i'm glad that he got away. a lot of kids don't know what to do if someone gabs them.
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>> does the school do anything to let people know. >> i work at the after-school program. we immediately went over safety with the kids yesterday afternoon. we told them how to scream, how to shout, if your backpacks, get out of your jacket real quickly and run and scream as fast as you can. unfortunately, i hope it never happens again. >> i hope it doesn't happen again, but until arrests are made or an arrest is made in this case, take anita's advice, if you can drop off your child or pick up your child, it's a white male in his 20s, black t- shirt and blue genes, he has a close cut beard. back to you more reaction as the parents arrive this morning. happening now, police are looking for more victims after a man was arrested for child
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molestation in mountain view. >> they've arrested that man on suspicion of child molestation, they're worried that more victims can be out there. donald lawrence was arrested last month. lawrence was an apartment manager at the arbor's mountain view complex, he was arraigned on 6 charges involving a child ten years old or younger. he was at the courthouse in palo alto. we will keep track of the story and update you as it develops. >> major developments after the shooting in a san francisco high school. they're making two arrests that have left four students injured. it happened on tuesday afternoon at the jordan school for equity. they're looking for four people in connection with the shooting. they believe it was a 15-year- old girl who was targeted. three other students were hit by gunfire. a group of people gathered to stop the violence rally in the
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wake of the shooting. >> there are people out there who care and that there is hope, and that there are people out here who want to prevent stop the violence. >> san francisco police were at the last night's rally but wouldn't a the information for the shooting. all of the students who are injured are recovering. >> 7:05 and what's happening four people are behind bars accused of assaulting a man in front of his home in san ramon. look how he was left with his face beaten. he told the police he went out to speak to four young men causing a disturbance, he was talking to one when one hit him in the head and the others started punching and kicking him and they found the man beaten on the ground. >> i went on and saw my son and
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he was beat up and bloodied where you couldn't recognize him. he was choked up, choked and punched and kit. >> he suffered a broken nose, a bruised kidney and cuts and bruises, these four were arrested and they arrested two 17 year olds. was there's a fight to take over mozul, and he was killed by a suicide bomber. that was army sergeant rhiner from fairfield from illinois. he's the fourth us soldier killed since the us began military operations against isis in 2014. he what's 26 years old and had been in active duty since 2012.
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an american civilian was killed by that suicide bomber, he's been identified as michael soro from oklahoma. 7:07 we're learning more about a bomb scare that shut down 480 in san francisco. this happened from a suspicious note on the car. they closed surface streets around 7th and harrison as well as shutting down highway 80 and 101 in that area. they reopened 220 in the afternoon that this was in bomb. the hall of justice near brian street had to be under lock down. court hearings had to be postponed until today. they got -- police got reports of a suspicious device. they found it on dubose avenue. they announced after
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determining it was not dangerous that the shelter in place was lifted. now, on to decision 2016, donald trump and hillary clinton trying to put aside their differences against each other and poking fun at each other. >> it was a dinner, and they can show their fun side as the campaign's home stretch. they offered levity to the campaign season but nothing about 2016 can be compared to other elections. >> michelle obama gives a speech and everyone loves it, it's fantastic, they think she's absolutely great. my wife melania gives the exact same speech. and people get on her case. >> doubled wanted me drug
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tested before last night's debate and look i have to tell you, i'm so flattered that donald thought i used some sort of performance enhancers. now, actually i did, it's called preparation. >> the moment of civility with both candidates doing something to struggle during the debate, they shook hands. >> awkward. >> good jokes though. >> some were funnier than others and some got nasty, donald trump and hillary clinton got back to work on the campaign trail, they had appearances at that thing last night. it's back to the campaign trail. >> and alex schuman has a look at the day ahead in nevada. >> we're 18 days away from november 8th. the day the campaign is supposed to end. and they're wondering if donald trump will challenge the results of the election. >> i will look at it at the time. i'll look at it at the time.
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i won't look at anything now, i'll look at it at the time. >> he's starting to spend more money and send certificate gates to states that could go republican. >> thank you. >> they're trying to make it clear. >> the election will be close in some states. donald trump will be in pennsylvania today and north carolina. both are swing states, hillary clinton will be spending the day in ohio rallying early voters. reporting from las vegas, i'm alex schuman. >> several areas will be closed today. it's part of a 2.4 million renovation project. there will be a boarding area and a new central security check point. the airport will be able to consolidate a baggage handling is. there will be a temporary boarding area while the project is being worked on, it's
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expected to last two years. >> that's along time. instagram has a new feature, they're trying to prevent suicides with this new feature. the brush with fame is not over yet, that's right, we're not done with ken bone, the red sweater guy the -- sweater guy. >> i have breaking news, a 6.6 earthquake strikes japan. i have video in the newsroom.
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welcome back on a friday morning, looking forward to weekend, here's a live look at san jose. >> sure. >> not as much sunshine as other spots have this morning. >> we will, we will have wall to wall sunshine, that's what we have planned going on here forward. you can expect a lot of sun on saturday and things change for sundaywise. >> get out and enjoy it saturday if that's your deal. >> exactly, good planning, put it on the post it notes. what we have is a change of wind direction on sunday. it will have an onshore flow.
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it will create an onshore flow. we're in the 50s territory for temperatures, 48 santa rosa, most of the readings were in the 50s, we're going to see temperatures going the other direction with the sun joining us. 56 oakland and hayward. we go out to saturday, mostly sunny, clouds gather for us on sunday, and that will be a bit of an onshore flow inland. a seal the biggest change contrasted for saturday. we look ahead to shunned evening, maybe it be ready for scattered showers on tuesday morning. scattered showers favoring the north with all of this going forward. and perhaps by wednesday morning it starts to move to the north, we take a breather before we get more action developing to see, this is taking us out to thursday morning. this will be a player for friday. it will be anisateled friday as
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well. there are opportunities coming and going as we go into the wet season, this goes from the east bay and oakland and hayward. inland we're going to see the 80s repeat themselves today. it's warmer for tomorrow as well. antioch at 80, down to the south bay, we'll go with about 75 for mountain view, cupertino to 77, mostly upper 70s for the south bay, it will reach to about 80, san francisco upper 60s today. 67 for golden gate park and sfo 73 and coastal numbers lower 60s and looking to the bay city, petaluma 74, and it looks good in napa 70ish. 79 for vacaville but rain will probably hold off for you on sunday. into monday and tuesday it gets
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unsettled as we discussed, a couple of waves to look out for, thursday and friday, more importantly something else to watch out for too as a new batch comes our way. robin has traffic update. what's going on? >> keeping an eye on it, the traffic is growing, it's out to the foot of the maze now. it's rolling into san francisco but you have a chance to get in without any major problems. but, it's 22 minutes from the foot of the maze rolling off to freemont street. an accident on the nimitz, one northbound and southbound at the same exit 23rd avenue. chp on scene clearing both cracks crashes on the shoulder. we have a lot of stop and go traffic into downtown oakland. i'll zoom out and northbound it's backed up to 238 in san
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leandro. look at 580 here, san leandro, it's nice and light. this is a great alternate routes for you both east and westbound. here at the bridge, lots of traffic rolling into the north bay, but no major hot spots. this is fairly normal for a friday morning. it's only 16 minutes from the tolls out to highway 101, let's check drive times. if you have to use 880, it's 17 minutes and 15 minutes from san leandro. do not take the nimitz freeway, use 580 instead. just a quick check of drive times out of the east bay, some spots are friday light like 680 from dublin to freemont, the nimitz heading south from the east bay to the south bay 31 minutes to get from 238 to 237. breaking news from overnight, there was a 6.2 earthquake hitting japan. we have more from the breaking
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news desk. >> an earthquake struck at 2:00 in the afternoon their time. it was early in the morning for us. we have video from inside office buildings showing the shaking. workers are looking around and we can see the camera shaking because of this. most of the damage is considered minor, you can see the sidewalks are cracked and rooftops off of the buildings. there are 87,000 house that is lost power initially i, but most of the electricity has been restored. and here's the latest pictures showing the roof times that have slowed down and the debris in the streets. 7 people have been injured, one of them was seriously injured. japan's meteorological warning, there could be after shocks in the next four days, there was an after shock an hour after the main quake, but that's all they've tracked so far. 7:18, happening today santa clara county is holding a
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health care for people uninsured. it's to help low income and homeless residence. let's look at the health fair last year where they gave you showers, haircuts, flu shots and it's all for free. last year they had 300 people. it's happening from 9 to 1 this afternoon at the st. joseph's cathedral on south market. a hunger strike, it's stretching to the fifth day. the inmates want the jail to end solitary confinement and more sets of clothing. they've misused the inmate welfare fund which is to go towards inmate programs. they'll stay on strike longer if their demands are not met. san francisco police held the first town hall meeting since they were shot and killed
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last week. police address the community about what happened and updated us on the condition of the officer who was shot in the head by the suspect, the suspect is nicholas mcworther, one bullet hit police officer kevin downs in the head. other police officers responded and shot him as he was trying to get away and then he died of his injuries. >> it's been a long debate about the police department being the first point of contact and in these particular situations, it's an ongoing discussion, the mayor has allocated funds for hiring clinicians and we're looking at these situations. >> the bullet fractured the skull of the officer, but he is alive, and he is paralyzed in
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his right leg, but he has survived the shooting. and mississippi they've had enough of the creepy clowns phase, they're banning anyone dressing up as clowns from doing that, there's a fine of $250, people could react badly if they're scared by clowns. it's happening along the alabama state line. they say it violates state amendment protections, the ban will be lifted after halloween. instagram are launching suicide prevention tools. they'll allow people to flag posts about suicide or self harm. instagram will notify the person who posted the image that someone thinks that they might be going through a difficult time and they'll be offering help. instagram will encourage that person to talk with a friend and contact a help line and
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post where to get help and they'll be watched by a team of people who will be working around the clock. decision 2016, ken bone's 15 minutes of fame, he's having a brush with stardom after he appeared in a red sweater and asked a question in the second presidential debate. and he has a comment from izod. >> he'll be internet famous forever. that's not my expectation. i'm pretty high on the wave of the political process right now. i would love to be able to see the heart of. >> okay, you know what, that's kind of funny. actually hats off to izod for doing the commercial so fast. >> they have models and yachts playing tennis. >> that's cute. at the end of the ad, he says
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his stardom will fade once the election is over, he's happy he played a role. look at the weddings, that's funny. there's been a spike in crime, this morning police are taking new measures to fight crime. we'll show you what they're doing ahead. a warning from doctors, you need to reduce the amount of time your kids spend in front of screens. we'll tell you about new recommendations. and it's a beautiful start to this friday from our sutro power camera. temperatures will be on the mild side once again, rain will be on the way and we'll have details ahead. idea? well... sweetie? you know what we're craving right now? crispy chicken, and fried egg, with bacon. like brunch. brunch? but it's 8pm and it's tuesday. huh, i wonder if my mother would like to stay with us... should we get started? who wants coffee? introducing my new brunchfast menu.
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checking your ride into san francisco, the bay bridge compute. it's backed up beyond 880, and beyond west grant. it's at the foot of the maze and on the suspension. this is 13 to 15 minutes from the foot of the maze to freemont street. a couple of accidents wrapping up on the nimitz and oakland. i'll look at oakland and san leandro coming up in the next report. there's new screen time recommendations for kids. they may be announced in san francisco this week. >> let's look at what the
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doctors shea, the kids 18 months and younger should not get screen time. it's important for development. >> kids two to five years old is one hour of time again they cut an hour of time. >> kids 6 years old or over, parents can determine what you think is good. doctors recommend limiting that digital time. >> with recommendation of adults we need one too at this point. >> yeah. you may notice the toy trend. >> they're trying to think outside of the box and more inclusive items. mattel and hasbro is offering new dolls, dolls with disabilities or superheroes or a different range of skin tones. >> the barbies will have a variety of body types, and mini
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figures, and a wheelchair perhaps. there will be an american girl doll with diabetes kit and crutches. it's important for kids to see themselves in the toys they interact with. there will be high 70s this afternoon, upper 70s into the lower 80s. new ramps on the bay bridge could affect your commute. i'll tell you all about it coming up next.
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let's see if any problems are creeping into the commute. >> problems, minor problems, they're backing up traffic like on the nimitz in oakland. >> sunshine joining us wall to
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wall. there are changes in our weekend, however, that will be happening. we have the bay bridge and the sun coming in. don't look directly into the sun with our equipment you can, that's cool. there's a shot in san jose, we'll have wall to wall sunshine and we dropped up in the north bay in the last hour, we were until the 50s, we were trailing ahead for the bomb game. here's how things break down here p fog as you'll notice here. sunny today warm and pleasant, still mild and then what happened sunday, variable clouds and cooler, sunday night we might get drizzle working in here as well. let's do the next 8 hours, 3:00 we're at 79, 71 will do it for the bay and the coast hanging at 60, what's shaking and making on that. >> the nimitz freeway, two spots out there this morning. no major problems with the ride into san francisco, this backup
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stretch is out to the foot of the maze and now it's slow in pockets headed over to freemont street. let's get it to the foot of the maze and off to the westbound sky way, we have two crashes on the nimitz one northbound and southbound, both are on the way. if you have to come to downtown oakland, it's slow from 9:80, if you have to back up from san leandro. switching over to the bridge, we're westbound 92, it's creeping along from the nimitz to the high wise, 23 minutes from hayward to san mateo. checking on the east shore freeway, hercules to oakland, 33 minutes to make that trip. we had several minor problems like stay with us and fender benders, it's gone, it's 34 minute drive from antioch into
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concord. at the bay bridge, we'll notice more reps from treasure island -- >> we have details from treasure island. >> reporter: good morning, drivers who are traveling westbound on to treasure island will need to adjust because of those new ramps. i'll show you video of the construction project that was just completed to add these new ramps. right now westbound drivers are getting off the bridge from the treasure island exit west on the eastern span. they'll exit on the new off- ramp. there are signs on the bridge to remind drivers of the change. you should be aware if you're going to be using those exits. the new ramp will be safer and offer easier access to those looking to exit there. now the construction of the 98 million project started back in 2014 and is opening on schedule later this morning, there is expected to be a ribbon cutting
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with for the off and on ramps opening up tomorrow morning. but, it's important to note that those on and off ramps will not be open until early tomorrow morning, that's when you have to start exiting right rather than left. i'll have more updates. back to you in the studio. the oakland police officer arrested for hiring a prostitute and tipping her off about sting operations is following that from court in the breaking news desk. this circles around 26-year- old officer ryan walterhouse. he joined the oakland police department in 2014 and was working as a police officer. he committed criminal acts both on and off duty. they arrested him wednesday night and charged him with felony counts of misdemeanors and prostitution charges. he'll be facing a judge later on this afternoon in court.
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we'll continue to follow the story with you as our cameras will be there. this is unrelated to the sex scandal related to the police departments. she said she had sexual relations with several oakland police officers and other law enforcement officers when she was underage. attorney pamela price is not representing abuslin. she tried to provide new opportunities and guidance to help her rebuild her life. >> i'm honored to have been able to participate to arrange for her arrival back from florida to provide her with a safe and secure environment and some support as she has tried to recover her life and now, she is moving on. i am moving on and i just will continue to be involved in this issue. >> a civil rights attorney will take the lead representing
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abuslin and several officers have been charged in the case. time now 7:33 let's go to the east bay where danville police will use new technology to try to crackdown on crime. they'll install license plate reading cameras at 12 busy intersections and the money has been approved. they're hoping that technology will help them find people in recent crimes including a home invasion where two people got away. the thieves may have been caught if they had the license plate readers in already. >> we have stein an increase in property crimes in a two-year period. it was a 10% increase year after year, and we wanted to come up with a creative way of the uptick recently. >> we wanted them installed by the end of the year. >> three men broke into a home and robbed a person in hillsboro. it happened wednesday night. and they went through a home
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through an open garage door. one held the owner at gun point while the others stole items from the home. they have several leads and are asking people to come forward if they have surveillance video. >> and they're looking for this person of interest in two separate cases last month. a man was acting suspiciously at white oak elementary school and central middle school both of them in san carlos. in one incident he asked a 14- year-old boy if he was lost and he needed a ride. they wouldn't stop asking until the boy called 911. he was seen driving a newer silver model sedan. one school district might change the time of school starting so they give more time for kids to school. >> there's a suggestion that kids should start later in the morning. they have to get to class before 7:30 in the morning, the school principal convinced the
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district to let high schoolers arrive later. >> kids are helping the family and parents out, getting siblings up in the morning, getting them ready, they're getting 4 or 5 hours of sleep. it's having a huge effect on kids? >> til give me a little more rest and plus staying up late for home work, it's kind of hard. >> the school district is -- district is considering to have it start at 8:30 instead of 7:30. a chicken and egg question, are they forcing coaches going from high school to college back to school. the world according to gary in a few minutes. the debate who is worse when it comes to road rage, men or women drivers. these findings might surprise you after the break.
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welcome back to the kron 4 news. this is holding up the foot of the maze, no problems on the upper decor downtown. if you need to use it, 14 to 16 minutes from downtown oakland to downtown san francisco.
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the nimitz it's recovering from two earlier accidents. it's going to be heavier than normal, a ten-minute delay because of the accidents. 580 west it will save you about 6 minutes, consider using that instead. it's a 30-minute trip from 238 to the 580 split. watch out for this, if you buy apple products on amazon, they may be fake. >> they've been buying chargers and cables and 90% of the products are counterfeit. >> they look real, they look white, they look like they're the apple products. they've filed a lawsuit against a new jersey company over these products, mobile star imprinted apple logos on the cable and chargers and that's a dangerous product. >> they have high risk of
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overheating and electrical shock. and they have 0 tolerance for this. and road rage, they say women are worse than men. i don't believe it. i'll proof it, i'll fight you on that. road rage affects women more than men. they're more likely to lose their cool behind the wheel? >> no, this is wrong. they say on average women are 12% angrier than men are while driving, and then in general maybe too, many studies have shown 96.6% of road rage is men and now they're saying it's women. we're annoyed because you male drivers are so bad. yeah. >> my mom used to say this guy is as slow as molasses sis. i tell you. we had a clear start to our
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day, look at our camera, fog intrusion, we're clear skies a lot. that's how we'll start the weekend, different story as we end it. the kron 4 news continues.
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time for the world according to gary. >> good morning gary. >> good morning darya, i'm pondering whether we'll see a big spike in goat rentals. >> yes, because of the cubbies. >> we have two companies, goats are us and city grazing. you thought goats are us, that i made that up. but, it's true. i don't know if it will fly. >> the other one is? >> city grazing, will they fly the goats. they'll rent them out. you have to fly them to chicago to be effective. >> this not here, this is a
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chain. >> i don't know if chicago has a lot of goat companies of their own. i don't know, do we want the cubs to lose or do we want the dodgers to lose. >> i think people go back and forth on this, i still think it would be a pretty good story for the cubs if they had it like, i would rather see the dodgers lose. >> it's going to be hard for them to win these two games in chicago, hoping someone loses and the other kids win. >> i love the children, i love the children. >> you're cool there. >> and here i have a chick and egg question for you. okay. is it the 49ers who are driving coaches that come from college into the nfl out of the nfl and back to college? or is it just that we hired a couple of coaches who happened to be more fit for college? >> yeah, there's -- let's put it this way with, the talent that's being assembled and being given to these guys
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doesn't help. >> what we saw was harbough and there's a bunch of people saying chip kelly he's done he'll hit eject and go back to college. >> is there anything new this morning? >> no, it's just the coaches are saying, is it us? is it the yorks? what is it? look at harbough and kelly, they work better in college and it's not the 49ers fault. >> harbough is good, he was darn good here and his personality rides people. we'll see how long he lasts in michigan. if you ask me, what job would you rather have at a really big college, you know, of football power i think i would take that in college, kids turn over quicker, every three or four years, there's new guys to listen to your song and dance
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and the pros, you know, you pretty much have to, everybody has a boss, you know what i'm saying, you have owners, you have people investing millions of dollars and i know in college too, there's university presidents and there's the boosters and all that. i think you can run your own show a little bit easier in college, if you're good. >> putting like that, yes, it has to be a lot hardener the pros, the dynamics and the athletes, they're all millionaires, and they have their own thing. >> they're older too, you tell a 19-year-old to jump off the bridge, they're more likely to jump and the 25-year-old will say you go first. >> yeah, let's go back, let's revisit college and high school and if we had to look at that and lebron james is looking at it. all of us i think might be a little embarrassed of what we
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wore. lebron is making fun of kevin love and his outfit choice and his shoes in high school. these are the ridiculed shoes, i can't tell what brand they are, but you know, can you -- you don't get a contract in high school, you have to buy your own shoes, he's poking fun at kevin love? >> and this is what he was like at 17 years old. >> he was in high school in oregon wearing these shoes? >> they that bad? >> please. >> i'm looking at them, do they just, you instantly look at them and say oh, my gosh? >> well, you be the judge. let's look at another athlete back at the day and see what you think gar? >> i'm waiting. >> what do you think? >> i have that 7 second delay here. >> i like the hat -- >> here you're making fun of kim newton's hat. you're wearing the hat? >> wow, that was bad.
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>> you were a flashy dresser man? >> not so much the dresser, it's the el dorado. >> you're like that car. >> i remember, it's the ratty caddie. >> all those guys on the team, they would tease me for something, i would say you guys are all walking or taking the bus, i'm driving a caddie. >> you're a show off. this is like the hat cam wore last night. >> the only problem he paid millions i was getting 25 cents. >> the hat didn't get anywhere. >> the hat was stupid, the car made me. >> the car was cool? >> i've been a car guy, that was my thing, it used to be the thing, clothes make the man, so, i always feel like when you drive up, if you drive up somewhere and the fender false off your volkswagen, like it did with this poor guy, even with his stupid car today, if
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he sees, geez, what is going on with gary, oh, he has a bentley, he must be doing good. >> forget walk the walk, it's drive the drive. i got you sir. >> who got that you. >> i wanted to see gary's style. anybody, i'm -- do not pull up photos, anybody your old photos. >> that was when i was 21 in college then you have children and you got more things on your mind. the hell with it now. back in the day when you were really self centered you worried about the hat and the whole thing. >> well, back in the day, the children were influenced by space jam, this was a huge area for athletes, lebron is so making it, so huge, one athlete, patrick patterson is begging lebron, do not remake the mona lisa. and he used that word, i want to give you the quote, you
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shouldn't make things. some things are bigger than money, they are sacred. the legacy of space jam is one of those things t would be a tragedy if even one kid was deterred from watching the original space jam because they hated space jam 2. we cannot let this happen. >> was this lebron? >> this was patterson begging lebron, was space jam that big of a deal? >> i remember it featured michael jordan -- >> right. >> they wanted michael jordan to do it so bad. they built him a full length basketball court at the studio he would have friends come in on the off season, it might have been when he was retired, i'm not sure, they did it so he could play basketball at the off time. charles barkley. >> nothing could come close? >> did you see it?
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>> when it did that come out '96? >> yeah, i remember taking my older kids -- >> to me, gosh, i thought it came and went and that was it and michael jordan was okay, they're making such a big deal out of it. >> i feel about bad news bears horrible remake, so horrible, i was upset, let's watch bad news bears -- >> you are you have a picture of me again. >> it's not the bad news bears, you want to go back in time, bring back the ratty caddie. >> that's the only move he that really stuck with me, the movie superfly. >> i'm like -- you got the hat sideways. >> that's exactly where i got the hat -- i remember seeing the movie superfly and he was parking the caddie in new york, the car was so long and i said i want one of those. >> the lean and the whole
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thing? >> just me for all junkies to see. it was hilarious. >> we'll talk monday. >> thank you for the memories, another reason for people to be annoyed with me. i'll see you.
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when mexico sends its people... they're bringing crime, they're rapists. are you going to have a massive deportation force? you're going to have a deportation force. we're rounding 'em up in a very humane way, in a very nice way. we're going to build a wall. that's not america. we're all californians. i'm tom steyer. it's time to speak out. please, register. and vote. vote. nextgen california action committee is responsible for the content of this advertising. a teacher suspended for comments made in the 6th grade classroom. some parents are on fire.
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a student told his mother the teacher made racial comments, the students were not surprised by the comments made by the teacher. the teacher's words were disturbing, parents found. >> whites are more superior thank blacks and because of the color of our skin we'll never make the amount of money other races made. >> the teacher is suspended without pay right now, but parents hope that the district fires him for the comments he made. >> still ahead a warning in daley city as a man tries to kidnap a student at elementary school school. we're live looking for that man. >> and a a event trying to raise money for underprivileged children, turns into a night of bashing. >> and a warm weekend, we'll tell you when the rain is coming. my mom marnie and then she died life. of lung cancer. so i have a personal interest in helping prevent smoking.
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i'm tom steyer, the co-chair of the yes on 56 campaign. every year, nearly 17,000 california kids start smoking. a third of them will die from their addiction. tobacco taxes reduce youth smoking. please. vote yes on prop 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it.
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>>reporter: temperature this morning is a little warmer than we were from yesterday and although a distracting up before this is down griffin were we were just about two hours ago we're looking for big changes in an happening on the sunday more cloud cover. >>robin winston: destiny out earlier it was packed into clicker some of the castings also cannot signs of improving commuter if you need to get into san francisco your drive time
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only 14 minutes from downtown oakland to downtown san francisco >>darya: a man tried to kidnap the still near a daly city school >>will tran: having a child wall of a lot of other children use the buddy system this all happen on wednesday at 345 the police
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officers rush out to the scene of by this time the man was long gone decision their description of a man his 20s black t-shirt blue jeans is a short manicured beard and that is just about at this point i spoke to woman who worked at the score at the before and after school programs she said she estimates try to teach her children how to protect themselves fortunate
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with the child was not injured as far as any extra patrol i have not seen any action police officers in this area and listened to the floor of the conductor man was arrested for thomas station in mountain view >>james: the seventh real was arrested last month he was an apartment manager had at the mountain view apartment complex on california street for now
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that is the latest breaking news desk police summoned torres in connection with that shooting the school this should set all the students or injured recovering cassava describes the
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moment he walked outside to check on his son and from there be some ground
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>>mark: was a support their rocket forces and was killed by a suicide bomber he's been identified as michael sorrentino from oklahoma it was supposed to be a break from the campaign in the nastiness like everything else in 2015
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>>darya: they came and the police closed down the streets and led area as well as highway 80 the highway reopened around 220 yes to them after they confirm there was no bomb
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>>reporter: will reduce it in some cases by 10 degrees this take a look at the east bay shoreline 74 for oakland and berkeley 72 of jumping over the east bay hills and the livermore valley coming into lower a is territory the forecast today's 67 rather for san francisco
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>>reporter: checking into a chapter in the tel more details on that >>robin winston: 880 of a crossing that testing of the catchline the carpool lane look a lot better slowly improving for 80 west into san francisco 13 minutes from the foot of the maze out to fremont street heading over to the richmond san rafael bridge not to than is backed the beyond castro out richmond park when smooth
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sailing continuing west on 580 into doubling you just have to get to that slow stretch here is how long it would take 19 minutes that's an improvement about 3019 not to land heading out to the dublin and to change >>robin winston: 20 minutes we have several minor fender benders 11 model morgan hill and to downtown san jose about a 31 minute trip. >>darya: let's talk decision 26 and donald trump and hillary clinton tried to put aside their differences last night.
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>>darya: a couple wrote write several defining tell recanted
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and dolls from bringing in big guns and this final week of the campaign on the trail and they're back to campaigning today >>reporter: it was all about the battleground state thursday president obama un stumped in miami and first lady michelle president obama she was in wisconsin prison donald trump
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status as a political outsider trumka in ohio and telling the crowd he would set election results a reserve the right to file legal challenge that will be attending the alfred e. smith charity dinner in new york which is a welcome reprieve from campaigning in a chance to poke fun at themselves and each other.
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my mom marnie and then she died life. of lung cancer. so i have a personal interest in helping prevent smoking.
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i'm tom steyer, the co-chair of the yes on 56 campaign. every year, nearly 17,000 california kids start smoking. a third of them will die from their addiction. tobacco taxes reduce youth smoking. please. vote yes on prop 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it.
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>>will tran: >>stanley roberts: come we want you to you can climb the highest spot to get the special pitcher that no one else has group shots and break out of the self- respect to convert a seaplane become the envy of all your friends but you going to be in the car there was one simple request wear your seat belt it is not clear request in a state law online this guy is you look closely you can see it is
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actually in the passenger seat in the rear it is not hard to spot drivers and passengers across the bridge and not wearing seat belts but as heart attacks among video the first thing the west after a crash were you wearing your seat belt if you're in the condition to answer the fine for long without the sea but as an adult is a
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hundred and $57 we will be right back
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>>reporter: 51 and coming into the more kron 4 returned back into business not too much change however long the
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peninsula in part to the repeat that performance perhaps still warm in the inland spots it will be more today and tomorrow checking things out on traffic.
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>>robin winston: your average drive for one on one to 280 a quick 20 minute trek the check in on the east lake coming of the next report after toman drivers on the bay bridge are definitely going to have to adjust. >>reporter: will want to shave
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the via del have of the construction of those ramps now right now was bound drivers are getting off the bridge the new brands will not open early tomorrow morning
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>>james: we have as much adherence take a look investing your said he committed criminal acts or on duty and off doing their arrested wednesday night in charge of two felony counts of conspiracy and misdemeanor prostitution charge he posted bail and he will be facing a judge this afternoon in hayward and will be they're falling new a following the story for you. >>mark: it is unrelated to the sex scandal plaguing the police department she said she had relations with several of the plea soft officers we learn that the attorney is no longer representing her she had been the attorney in the case since last month she tried to provide opportunities in the guidance
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for her to help rebuild her life the attorney or mounted the leader representing her civil, and former officers are ordered been charged in the case the money is already been approved they're hoping that will help them catch criminals like the ones who did a home invasion just a few months ago into people got away these men have been called have had less of a
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reader's the camels are supposed to be installed by the end of the year one school district might change the start time for school so kids can get more rest.
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there >>mark: happened and started a 30 instead of 730 to sleep deprivation is linked to depression and anxiety awarding of you by apple products on the amazon they may be sick they've been buying charges and cables labelled as a and nearly 9% in june when a car to come to said mobil star and
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planted apple logos on cables and chargers and they're actually dangerous road race affects women more than man 12%
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angry they say women are the man and they say this could be because driving sparked a defense like a defensive instinct a live look from the sutro camera to our
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because she doesn't know that it kills 40,000 californians... every year.
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because she doesn't understand what cancer is. because she can't spell emphysema. 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.
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alla lot of it's a hoax.bal warminit's a hoax. it'll get cooler. it'll get warmer. it's called weather. we need some global warming! we need leaders who get it.
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so that we can move away from coal and oil to clean energy. i'm tom steyer. if you want to do something about climate change, you can. please. register and vote. nextgen california action committee is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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>>reporter: we have onshore flow that will kick in and start cooling conditions by sun and more the scattered cloud business in may by sunday night and monday and there was a new
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batch you conceive of the screen this is coming from so trout or region down to the south of it looking at 77 cupertino 75 upper 7 is near about 80 for the south bank looks like santa clara at 77 san jose isn't 79 san francisco back in the business of the '60s the troubled it park in 6571 sfo in san mateo
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>>robin winston: improving of the bay bridge toll plaza 13 minutes from the foot of the made out to fremont street >>robin winston: a good ride come from the north to bay 25 minutes
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>>darya: bernie sanders does not like sold well but he likes west the sole commercial that you might have seen in the bay area
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>>darya: as donald trump appears to be walking back now on his comments donald trump still leaving room to contest the outcome of the election even
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compared himself to our core time after time supporters said they believe hillary and establish a man would do anything to steal the election
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>>reporter: ever supporter we spoke to said the same thing they believe the republican nominee and believes he is fighting for them.
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>>darya: i wanted to watch and which you see him do his and the wedding photos and coming up with this whole thing for their channel they're going to be sure and have which it cannot wait to see
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>>mark: that give chicago 3 bromley and then try to close the gap in the was too little too late game 6 is to mount last
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night he it was watching the san jose and they look to the stanley cup after losing game 6321 and now they're trying to get revenge second. and find the net after he said some of sharks got to nothing but in the third. three straight goals in the seven men in stand by the penguins in the 13 to 2 no revenge for the sharks in this one in pittsburgh one in pittsburgh woman: how do we protect them from $4 billion in new cuts to california schools? man: vote yes on proposition 55. woman: prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. man: not on working californians, not small businesses. no one.
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woman: instead, prop 55 simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians. man: so those who can most afford it continue paying their fair share... woman: prevent new education cuts... man: ...and keep improving california's schools. woman: vote yes on prop 55 to help our children thrive. woman: vote yes on prop 55 keeping the power lines clear,my job to protect public safety, while also protecting the environment. the natural world is a beautiful thing, the work that we do helps us protect it. public education is definitely a big part of our job, to teach our customers about the best type of trees to plant around the power lines. we want to keep the power on for our customers. we want to keep our community safe. this is our community, this is where we live. we need to make sure that we have a beautiful place for our children to live. together, we're building a better california.
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>>mark: for the first move in the franchise's a huge hit in the box office half of very different movie challenging that one is to come to town the pairing that is the first time in three years he has released a moving and he has a 41 howe
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where he is a fissure and is keeping with the joneses a man tried to kidnap a student outside of an elementary school clients police searching for the man + in amendment to raise money for underprivileged children turns toward night of bashing from the presidential candidates.
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life and death. 600 dollars. of abuse. prop 61. denny's knows the holidays should be shared with friends and family. except denny's all-new holiday pancakes. you won't want to share those with anybody. denny's new fluffier, tastier, better pancakes now in holiday flavors.
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>>male announcer:this is the bay area news station,kron 4 morning news starts now >>reporter: here is a live camera for your at the bay bridge a little befall you concede speaking man at the golden gate concedes will affect 62 on 1401 richmond most of the readings toward the peninsula in the fifties mountainview checking in of 62 1/5 is finally in the north than in britain down like this: bay behind the
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to concede the sun glaring off toward the east. >>robin winston: still pretty cloud on 580 and the damage out of san leandro and oakland i will have a complete track check coming up in just a few minutes
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>>will tran: much reason video right before school started i actually spoke to the boiling behind the to the kidnapping he was the one according to investigators that he tried to walk up behind and grabbed he comes up to me and ask me what are you doing here i told him about the story and he casually said that was me he is fine today they're keeping an extra eye on him to make sure if he is safe as far as what happened on
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wednesday at 345 in the afternoon when that boy was walking home this person in his 20s comes up wrapped in from behind the boy broke away and took off and ran home and tells his family the police officer then came to the scene by then he was long gone to see how busy was this one many parents not taking any chances the paris to the not normally what their kids to school parents to always do and are holding their kids a little bit tighter this morning to clean this parent
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>>will tran: so glad he is ok no injuries whatsoever
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>>james: he said it entered a plea at the courthouse and paulo out so or want to keep track of the store they want to know if you recognize him they would like to hear from you because they feel they're more victims out there and they're beginning the part of the investigation now they're looking for as many as four people connection with the shooting they believe was a 15 year-old girl who was targeted we were there last night as a group of people gathered to hold stop the
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violence rally the police also in the rotted wood and release and information on who was then arrested from the shooting
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they're arrested the 19 year- old and san ramon and 20 year- old a danville and that all small a arrested 217 your boy is out of san ramon. >>mark: the sole do was there to support the forces and was killed by a suicide bomber the soldier and identified as army sergeant from fairview illinois is the first american soldier to be killed in the effort to retake the moselle from crisis control he was 26 years on the active duty since 2012 and american civilian also working with the army was killed in the
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attack he's been identified as michael from oklahoma. >>darya: we're learning more bombs can shut down part of interstate 80 they did reopen the highway are 230 in the afternoon the confirmed it was no bomb lead device was not dangerous task in the past last
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night this is all relative after listening to her ride along and on
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>>darya: the process is now become a part of pop culture were going to show you some unlikely people making reference to the quarterback
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they prey on our children, spending billions.
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addicting 17,000 california kids each year. eventually killing one-third of them. now tobacco companies are spending millions to... defeat prop 56. because in every state that's raised tobacco taxes, smoking rates go down. so who are you going to trust? pediatricians, cancer groups and the califronia pta who all... support prop 56. or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. vote yes on 56.
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>>robin winston: to a little crowded on the bridge but not a bad ride here there recovering from an earlier problem is a 28 minute trip from to 38 getting into downtown oakland
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>>mark: for fallen police officers he said he would donate a million dollars to charity we
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will be right back
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>>reporter: it looks like we did
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a little bit of a break as you watch wednesday's thursday in now system flow pattern southwest new system to look out for a double take us into next friday
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>>robin winston: a minor weight and some of the castling is there no major problems and got oakland into downtown. >>robin winston: a quick 17 minute trip from hayward into san mateo the drive times also looks brave the minus column for the south the bay if 80 from 230 in san jose
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>>darya: what about the whole controversy the he started with the forty-niners some people have performed the and the milling i think what is happening now it can be dealt with in many different ways and and that's how they feel they want to deal with it and that is how they're taking a stand than is amazing.
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>>reporter: i had to learn all four verses and having to do three because it is 10 minutes long it was an honor to be able to learn these services and i
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had to know the words verbatim >>darya: you went to high
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school when you grout in san francisco how many shows your parents have to go to? >>reporter: i grew up in the ballet and i've been performing since i was 3 years old and so i've been on stage for a while and my parents come and see something they see the wanted is fantastic i don't make them come and see every show.
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>>gabe slate: of the phone models including the iphone reportedly by uses packhorse the batteries are flammable that is the fact you continue to hear
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and see reports of phones when mckesson fire it will be rare and unlike the note 7 is typically an isolated incident thereto main causes costs and firing one if its damaged and breaks into bins it appears to puncture the battery to short circuit caused it to expand the potentially explode if you don't perform multiple times and is really beat up by recommending swap out just to be safe the klan 9% cause to
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charge star being sold including one amazon are counterfeit and pose significant risk catching fire and or even to the shock if your phone has not been damaged in you're using a genuine charges the risk is very low that it will catch on fire.
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>>reporter: on showing indicates
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an analyst the temperature will check into traffic was going on. >>robin winston: so for those of you need to get into san francisco not bad at all much better compared to the early morning hours 6:00 7:00 it was the gym back to the foot of the maze now was on the backed up to the parking lot a nice ride some get a break of this morning the crews have closed the ramp temporarily no lanes on the freeway blocked you will not be able to exit at for veil so get off before and after that avenue exit you concede heavy traffic
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from 13 once again open five in the west and on offering closed because the water main break. >>darya: cruise on the scene of a water main break in oakland it to see over the scene from a helicopter partnership with abc seven moves.
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>>reporter: we do have video the construction of this whole round take a look at that was on jarvis getting off the bridge it is important to note the new on ramp will not be in use until early tomorrow morning.
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>>james: they're arrested wednesday night and charged in the two felony counts of conspiracy they're no longer representing her cheese and a lead attorney in the case since
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last month to try to buy new opportunities and guidance to help rebuild a life civil rights attorney will now take the lead representing her live already been charged in the case >>darya: made tellus they're going to get a license plate reading cameras at 12 busy intersections the cameras are
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expected to be solved by the end of the year their clothes in several areas on terminal one today from $2.1 billion it will be a new terminal one center importing area school officials are the ones suggesting the schools to start later the high school students have to be in
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>>darya: in the past is said more than 96% this is how they came out that women actually lose their cool behind the wheel more than nine will be back with more in just a few minutes second live look loss of sunshine and the weekend the sun
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some clout
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>>robin winston: hot off the freeway before and after because both ramps are still blocked a
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minor way to have to bay bridge toll plaza 13 minutes from the maze out to fremont street. >>darya: the eagle had flown into the jeep was hit in the windshield. windshield.
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>>mark: into to year-old miniature poodle is very active and a lot of energy he just
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arrived in a shelter one week ago and he gets along with of the dog probably sit in any of homes time for the world according to gary:presented by hershey -i >>darya: am pondering whether we will see a big spike in gold rentals you have to fly to chicago for to be effective i
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don't know of chicago has an ego rental companies of their own and do we want to the cubs to lose what we want the dodgers to use here we have a chicken in a question is it the 40 niner's who are driving coaches that come from college out of the nfl or is it that we hire a couple of coaches who happen to be more fit for college. >>gary: what howland as being a
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symbol it does not help they just work better and colleges if you ask me on the service would job was rather half and are really the college i think i would take that in college i
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know when colleges university presidents and there's a booster you tell a 19 year-old to jump off a bridge >>darya: let's revisit college and high-school if we have to look at that and all was i
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think my behalf a little embarrassed he is making fun here you're making fun of him newton is not so much the
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justice the eldorado >>darya: i remember it is raddy caddy >>darya: you were a real show off that is the thing you're looking this is like the hat he wore last week >>gary: that was stupid in the car made me to have always been upcard guy it used to be a thing close mcmahon so i always feel when you drive up if he drives up somewhere in the center falls off if you're volkswagen
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>>darya: 15 minutes of fame is not over yet and he was ran the red sweater asking the president of the big questions would now he has on commercial is to cover the mix the red sweater.
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in entertainment news there before and will visit the box office us to look at and the first and starts with tom cruise the comedian's released
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this pg-13 is based in los angeles in the '60s murray used to we do boards. >>mark: the comedian star alongside a speech at the 74 has going for was going to be a factor this weekend some calls from concerned that maybe a chance of rain by the time we hit monday our next newscast at 5:00 this evening. stay connected with our kron 4 mobile app,,facebook,and twitter feeds.dr phil coming up next have a great day see you tommorow at 4am. have a great weekend we will see you monday morning
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