tv KRON 4 Morning News KRON November 3, 2016 7:00am-10:01am PDT
>> those temperatures still chilly in some of the outlining areas to the north and east but around the perimeter of the bay, pretty much lower 50s at that. the yellows indicate we are a little ahead of the ballgame for this morning. up to the north, a couple cool spots. 65 come high noon and in the mid
afternoon, a pickup already in the 70s. a little bit of a warm-up and we are talking about some showers come this weekend. we'll take a closer inspection in just a bit. breaking news from overnight. bodies found in a shallow grave on the campus of sonoma state university. >> let's go to avery harper. she's at sonoma state with details. what do they know? >> reporter: good morning. it's definitely a disturbing discovery just feet from where i am standing. i want to step out of the way to show you what it looks like here now. the scene is still roped off. campus police are here securing the area because that body that was found was found just feet from where i'm standing. this all happened around 8:45 last night after a groundskeeper called police and said that he believed he found human remains in a shallow grave on campus. this is not on a main rode on campus. this body was found in a wooded area behind the parking lot.
police say they don't know who the person is because they don't have any missing persons cases. that's something they are trying to figure out this morning. investigators think the unidentified person died recently because the body isn't badly decomposed. take a listen to what investigators told us. >> they responded. they felt that it was a human body, so they call the sheriff's violent crimes unit, which we came out and take a look at it. from all appearances, it does appear that there's possibly a dead body that's partially earthed, and so we cornered off the area. we feel like it's fairly recent. >> now, investigators say that they will be out here after sunrise to start digging to try to uncover some details as to how this all happened and possibly finding the identity of that person who was found.
will be here through out the morning with more details. 7:03. also happening today, federal investigators in oakland trying to figure out what started the massive blaze that burned down an apartment complex under construction on monday. we cover that live on the morning news. >> live on the scene with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the apartment is right behind me. it's right down the street from lake merritt. they have put fencing around it to preserve this area to allow investigators to go inside a little bit later today to figure out exactly what caused this fire. the oakland fire department realized they could not do it themselves simply because they don't have one the resources and, too, the manpower. they only have one investigator . let's get right to the video. we covered this extensively on monday. we got right to the scene and we could see the huge ball of orange flames just reaching in through the dark sky. actually, that's miles awayi"uw0
game and and chicago's 100-year -- 108-year drought. one of the longest droughts in professional sports. >> the curse of the goat is over. >> where do the goats go now? >> they go over to cleveland i guess. now they've got a new curse to deal with. with team fletcher more with the latest on this historic win and the reaction. >> i like your reference to sheen. 40,000 days, if you do the math, that's how many days fans have been waiting since the cubs last one there world series championship. if you think about it, with all the emotion in the stands, that win last night was probably felt more deeply by some of the fans than by some of the players who actually won the game. there was a chance afterwards to talk some of the fans. some of them were able to compose their thoughts into something
that made sense, and others were just simply in a state of shock. >> the anxiety was insane from down 3-1. it was one game at a time mentality, and once we were here today, we knew it was just a matter of one game showing up, and it happened exactly as it should have. >> i'm covered with beers and tears. i just can't believe this has happened. >> that's probably the best quote of the mormon. i'm covered in beers and tears. bill murray who you saw at the beginning, chicago native, celebrated in the stands and then he went down to the clubhouse and party with the players. at one point, reporters try to ask him a question, but he told them, relax a bit, then he doused them with champagne. the cubs are back in charlottetown this morning. and on to the election now. full-court press for both -- for both clinton and trump. hillary clinton working against fresh criticism because of the release from wikileaks and the
fbi. >> donald trump gaining some ground. >> reporter: a trump rally in florida ending with a bang wednesday. the fireworks contract in a somewhat more restrained than usual donald trump. >> we've got to be nice and cool , nice and cool. stay on point, donald. stay on point. >> 47 percent support in the sunshine state according to a new poll. just behind clinton's 49 percent. he's trailing clinton by 4 points in pennsylvania, but trump is gaining ground and other quick key states that he's been -- he's ahead in nevada. with polls tightening, clinton's closing argument sounds more like a warning. >> what would it be like to have a president who picked people against each other? we really don't have to guess. we just have to look at for the
reflected by the state in an effort to protect the thoughtful wall of the fence. the art and the first time in florida and several other states , spending $2.9 million in its first ad by 4. >> find your place, info on the candidates, and the facts you need to know about the 17 propositions. it's all on cron for.com. still ahead, the search is on for a dangerous armed robber in the bay area. who police are looking for right now. plus, a napa winemaker accused of selling cheap wine with expensive labels.
today. a little bit of a warm-up. before the threat of rain coming our way. opportunity, let's call it. out here in the pacific is where it will come. everything right up against that high. that will provide warmth in the sulfate. also getting funds developing in the central valley. not so much in the day, but that's due to some of the leftover moisture at the surface a little bit from the recent rains. clear skies overnight left that developed as temperatures pulled off. now you've been hearing about high surface hitting its peak moment here until about 5:00 a.m. tomorrow and with the warmer temperatures if you want to the coast. most sneaker waves are possible. be careful there. you don't want to fight the undercurrent like that. a look at temperatures for us. 50s around the perimeter of the bay. mountain view, a cool 49. up to the north bay, you see a lot of collection of 40s. let's get to it. what's going on for this weekend? into tomorrow, maybe a few scattered clouds. looks good for most of your
friday. upstream here, this is saturday night into sunday. it favors the north bay. doesn't look like a major rain event, just the opportunity for scattered showers to may be rain thrown in. that clears out quickly for your sunday. scattered clouds early into next week at another opportunity tuesday into wednesday. temperatures going on for the east bay shoreline for today. 71 oakland and hayward, 75 fremont. as we head toward the east, we will see numbers pretty much into middle 70s territory. here's what we've got the next couple days. smooth sailing right on into saturday and watching the rain for saturday night. watching area traffic. robin has details there. no major hotspots right now the traffic is recovering from earlier problems. first, let's check the bay bridge. the ride into san francisco looks normal. it's backed up through the maze onto all major connectors. 34 minutes from that point of two fremont street. this was our earlier hotspot. we had an accident before the
high-rise fight is solved. at one point, it was an hour to get across from 80 bridge. now it is 28 minutes. so much better. as you can see, it's still packed. make sure you leave early. across the golden gate, it's a good ride on the fence. check out the drive time. a whopping 41 minutes the grotto surge and over and. we have overturned fresh in central san rafael, so it's a mess from 37 all the way up to lincoln but south of lincoln across the bridge and into san francisco it's smooth sailing. over to the east bay, nothing major going on. it's just packed out there. 46 minutes for highway for. a little heavy things to the earlier crash on the san mateo bridge. the backup spilled over to the southbound. that's why it is 50 minutes to get from 238 to 237. out of the south bay, a normal slow drive. right on time. clocking in at 48 minutes.
mark? >> in the east bay, a man faces charges after he was seen slapping the teenager at a family fun center. it happened at the jungle in concord last month. in the video you see the man slapping the 17- year-old employee. 30-year-old torrent jackson is accused of slapping him during his shift at the jungle. jackson became angry when the machine to count tickets from arcade games wasn't working. the das office filed two misdemeanor charges against jackson. his mother says that isn't enough. >> i honest believe if it was a caucasian child to be hit by an african-american person, he would be prosecuted to the full intent, and that's what needs to happen for my son. >> jackson had an agreement that he would turn himself in yesterday to face those misdemeanor charges. at last check, the county jail could not confirm if that happened. 7:17. today san francisco officials hold a news conference announcing a major legal development regarding the city's leaning millennium tower.
the 58 story building, the luxury condos, that have been dubbed the leaning tower of san francisco. that's because the towers have gone down 16 inches so far and tilted 2 inches as well. will be streaming the news conference live. it's set to start at 10:00 a.m. and a parking crisis will soon change downtown oakland. city council has voted to approve changes that include demand-based pricing. that would be in place. the price of parking could vary from 50 cents to $4 per hour. prices for parking spots in the most crowded places will go up and prices for less crowded areas will go down. the changes will be implemented gradually after the program gets final approval on november 29th. time now is 7:18. police in mountain view are looking for an armed man wanted for a robbery that happened near an elementary school. he was last seen fleeing in a car. the robbery happened in the 1900 block of chris donnell
avenue near mont alum elementary. a man approached to victims with a knife. the man then punched one of the victims and then took out a gun and he took money from the victims and ran away. police say he got into a small two-door white car and drove from the area. he is described as a hispanic man about five-foot 9 inches weighing 200 pounds and he was last seen wearing a gray shirt and black shorts. and the person wanted for trying to rob a bank in the north bay has turned himself in but police say they are not identifying him because he is under age. police say he tried to rob a wells fargo on monday. these are surveillance images from that attempted robbery. police say he went into the bank and demanded money but walked away empty-handed when the teller refused to give him money. he has been arrested and charged with attempted bank robbery and has been booked in the juvenile hall. 7:19. an advocacy group for bicyclists demanding changes to an interchange on interstate 880 in the east bay.
two people have died and to have suffered serious injuries. they all happened on tennyson road where there are two on ramps and to exit. none of the four ramps have stop signs or traffic signals. bill added warning signs for drivers but that's not going to be done for at least three months. leaders of bike east bay want that insulation to happen sooner and they want the whole interchange redesigned. the haywood city manager responded to the request saying they are evaluating all of their options. and the former napa winemaker facing charges for mislabeling cheap winds as pricey cabernet. arrested yesterday and has since been released, he's being indicted in san francisco on federal charges that could lead to a 20-year prison sentence. prosecutors say he sold wine made from grapes that were not grown in napa and sold wine made from sheep being -- from cheaper varieties. he'll spend a year in jail from
stealing grapes. and another story we are following. former san francisco 49ers fullback bruce miller has pleaded not guilty to seven felony charges connected to a violent attack that injured a 70-year-old man and his son. police say miller attacked the family inside their hotel room on september 5th. miller is out on bail right now. a pretrial conference is scheduled for the end of the month. now onto decision 2016. a major firearms manufacturers says gun sales are soaring as the presidential election is coming closer. a 66 percent increase in the third-quarter earnings compared to profits from last year. the company says gun sales are up across the country and across the industry. based on fbi data on background checks, these results, few days before the election where gun
control remains a hot topic. hillary clinton wants to reinstate the ban on assault weapons following their use in several deaths -- several deadly mass shootings. donald trump opposes that argument for viewers from street session if you are gun restrictions. and you will not be allowed to take a selfie with your ballot this election season in the booth. yesterday a federal judge refused to block a state law that bans the packs is -- and the practice of people posting their picture on civil that violates free-speech rights. the new law does take effect in the beginning of next year, and
that lists california's ban for future activity. >> the call that the justin timberlake law is you wake you up with breaking news. robbery caught on camera. police are looking for the country music artist is not sure people are talking about definite file. the special guest and went wild. no one at home and it looks like is fine. the file that.
sneaking up on 7:30. a peek at some sunshine. >> and now we are later than it will be next week. >> that's what she asked for. saturday night we turned the clocks back. thank goodness we have computers and all that just to keep us with all of that. golden gate bridge, looking at some of this as well. the sun just joining us right now. temperatures reach into the 70s in most of those inland spots. also east bay. here's the progress so far. a lot of 40s on the board.
will get up to 69 san francisco, 71 oakland, and san jose coming in at 75. we'll call it warm and mild. 61 by 11:00, and 3:00 mostly sunny at 72. being the fact that i'm going first, no more hotspots. >> the hotspots are gone. traffic is recovering from those earlier problems. no big problems but a lot of heavy commute traffic like the bay bridge ride. it's slow as usual. expect about a 21 to 22 minute drive from downtown oakland getting off to fremont street. how about the east bay coming from 680? not too bad. the usual crowding here out of dublin into sonoma, but only 26 minutes to work your way from the dublin interchange out to mission south. one more drive time. this is for the south bay. heavy traffic on 85. that's one of the worst southbay commute during the morning. give yourself about 42 to 45 minutes to make that stretch from san jose out to cupertino.
mark? breaking news we been following overnight. a body found in a shallow grave on the campus of sonoma state university. >> avery harper is live at sonoma state talking about the details. >> reporter: it was a disturbing discovery made just feet from where i'm standing. i'm going to step out of the way to show you how large this crime scene actually is now that the sun has come up. we can see all the crime scene tape that is roped around where police are still securing this area this morning. this all happened after a groundskeeper made a call at 8:45 saying that he found something that he thought was human remains. that's when the sheriff's deputies came out here and they determined that it was human remains, a body found buried in a shallow grave here on sonoma state campus. this isn't on a main rode on campus. this body was found in a wooded area behind the parking lot. police say they don't know who
the person is because they don't have any missing persons cases. that is something they are still trying to figure out. investigators say they believe the unidentified person hadn't been there for very long because the body is not badly decomposed. now, this morning we are still expecting for investigators to return to this area to start digging. they are trying to uncover any details and any evidence they can this morning, also trying to figure out who that person could possibly be. i will be here through out the morning with details. back to you in the studio. >> thank you. breaking news we are following this morning. two u.s. service members killed while fighting the taliban in afghanistan. james fletcher has more. pentagon hasn't released much information about what happened. it was through nato that we actually learned about the deaths of these two americans. we have learned some other information from afghan police. those two americans were killed during a raid between the u.s. and afghan forces that were
targeting tell them fighters. the map tells you where this took place. about 65 taliban fighters were killed. that includes two commanders for the insurgency. aside from the two americans killed, there were two injured as well. the current condition unknown right now. we are trying to track that down. unfortunately, there were civilian casualties. 26 have been reported killed and that raid. both nato and the pentagon have declined to give further details about the operation or discuss civilian casualties but this is one of the stories we are following for you this morning. will come right back here and let you know as we learn more. 7:32 is the time. let's go to the south bay where police are looking for the person who robbed a 711 at gunpoint in san jose. showing you this new surveillance video showing to hope someone can identify this armed robber. this is just a few blocks away from san jose state. the guy totally dressed in black walks in there and he robs the store. meantime, look at the
storefront window. there appears to be a guy waiting outside as well and they got away on bikes. police are saying it may be difficult to track them and they are hoping maybe the public can help. >> the person, especially after they see a picture or video of themselves, they're probably going to change their appearance. somebody knows who it is. >> and here's another look at him. closer up you can see the outfit . it looks like he is a hispanic man about 35 to 40. everything he was wearing was black. it looks like sort of like a security guard patch on the arm of his jacket there. police will be the latest to add body cameras to officers uniforms. the police chief recently recommended cameras and the city council unanimously agreed to approve them. one councilmember says he was initially skeptical about the idea. bob simmons first thought the cameras weren't necessary because of the low use of force rate and high level of trust in
the community. the police department spokesperson saying they see the cameras as part of a 21st century policing. the city council approved 100 cameras for the department and will roll them out in phases. a $10,000 reward is now being offered in the search for a man who is accused of shooting his pregnant ex- girlfriend in pacifica about six months ago. police are looking for this man. u.s. marshals say that he shot his ex-girlfriend on april 27th. she was eight months pregnant. he is a hispanic man weighing 125 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes. they say he should be considered armed and extremely dangerous. there is an increase in the award now so it used to be $2500, now they have upped the award hoping to solve this. oakland and alameda county officials stepping up efforts. a major player in the group led by the 49ers legend. senate proposal, two officials trying
to agree on a plan to present for nfl owners meet early next year to vote on a possible raiders move. the proposal contains information about funding and infrastructure for the coliseum. officials are currently reviewing that sheet and are optimistic about what they see so far. >> i am always hopeful. i think the team that he has assembled give us our best chance of retaining the raiders. and so i'm always hopeful. i will never give up when trying to keep the readers here in the city of oakland and certainly minimizing the use of any public money as the mayor has indicated. >> oakland and alameda county officials say it will take them around two weeks to fully review the terms sheet and the hope to have a decision made by thanksgiving. 7:35. happening today, it's a big day for kevin durant and the war years. he'll take on his former team tonight. the oklahoma city thunder. the warriors are set to battle them.
the first meeting between the two and the team since he left. the thunder are undefeated this year. tipoff is at 7:30 tonight. still ahead, the stars were out in cleveland for game seven of the world series. we talked to gary about which ones are celebrating this morning and which ones are now cursing their team. and a pair of tiki's prank north korea. what they did in the world according to gary. plus, two sheriff's deputies in the east bay are being praised this morning. we will show you how they helped a teenager. and alive look at the commute over the golden gate bridge into san francisco. the deck is dry. another dry day on tap. rain in the forecast on the way. we will tell you when.
welcome back. 7:39. lots of heavy traffic out there. if you drive into san francisco every morning, there is a backup waiting for you but it's normal. it's through the maze. the upper east shore jammed out of hercules. speeds pick up across the upper deck and is looking much better in the carpool lane. carpool, find a buddy. that will help you out. it'll stay sometime. 20 minutes to fremont street. checking in on the richmond san rafael bridge, it's pretty
quiet here. lots of slowing. the backup for now starts before marina. it's just beyond the marina bay parkway but it will get better after the toll plaza. if you use 101 south, it's still jammed because of a much earlier overturned. so 17 minutes here from the toll plaza out to 101. 7:40 right now. to sheriff's deputies being praised this morning for helping a teenager in need. >> it all started during a traffic stop in hayward. talking to 17-year-old anthony, deputies learned he did not have a bed to sleep in and was on the floor of his mother's home, so they helped him. at the end of their shift, they went to coworkers and asked for donations to buy anthony a bed, pillows, and sheets. they showed up at his house and put the bed together for him. the deputy say anthony told them he has a newfound respect for police officers. >> and beds are not cheap. what a big deal. how great that is.
animal lovers pledging donations after an animal cruelty incident involving two newly born kittens last month. >> the kittens will and grace were taken to the humane society october 16th. the woman says she suspected the kittens were bound as bait for dogfights. the three and four weeks old kittens legs were tightly bound with rubber bands. the injuries to grace were too severe she had to be euthanized. apparently, $7000 has been pledged in a go find me page four wills medical care. we have a link on our website to donate. a check on the forecast. by noon at 65 going on. for the pick up in the afternoon, 70s. even around the bay as well. a calm week. looking for some rain coming saturday night potentially. cron for morning news continues.
>> and the cubs have finally won it all. >> may be because tv wasn't invented. tv was invented in 1927. it's the best thing since sliced bread which wasn't invented until 1928. how about that. >> thank you for a little history. >> however, good your morning is, there's was better. >> tremendous game last night. >> not even tremendous as an understatement. why are people saying this is the best ever game seven ever? >> a lot of it is because it's the latest. we all live in whatever just happened five minutes ago. yesterday was my greatest tweet ever.
but it was great. there will be some people in minnesota that may argue. we had a great game seven back in 1962. yankees and giants at candlestick. >> it had all of the drama and even they had a rain delay in there. they had a little bit of everything and then the history. you just can't. with the two droughts. >> nobody could talk about this, but maybe the greatest grounds crew performance in history. 17 minutes, that's all, two keep that thing going. it was a quick little time out. that was pretty impressive. >> and then it was the way, did have a big lead and then they would blow it. it was just very suspenseful. >> the former giant and former a's all over the place.
and then davis who forced the game into extra innings hit the two run homer for cleveland. he played for both the giants today. the local angle here too. >> so that's as close as we are getting right now. >> and then you can say -- i have always wondered how that feels for a lot of people. are you glad the team that knocked you out at least you can say the cubs are the world champs. >> and in addition to the drama of the game, you have the celebrities and the cubs most famous fan, of course, all along we have been been following bill murray. it was genius. they gave him a camera and set him loose in the cubs clubhouse after the game. take a look. >> i've been a cubs fan longer than you've been growing that beard. >> that's awesome. >> i'm going to let my beard grow from now on. i want to look more and more like you every day. >> is there anyone you want to
say hello to? >> yeah. you. >> apparently if you look at the interviews, he was like giving drunk after more drunk interviews as the night went on. >> now, the one thing you've got to say is that she's been a cubs fan for years. this isn't somebody who just jumped on the bandwagon. >> theo epstein has been a genius for years starting with the red sox and now with the cubs. >> you know how he started out? he went to college at yale. he was a sports writer. that was one of the things. he advocated one of his columns that the football coach of yale be fired. he had a journalistic background, and now he is running a baseball team very successfully. >> and young, by the way. >> probably mid-30s. >> he was in boston.
>> he was 28, the youngest ever. so the cubs we know have had bill murray. the indians could have had charlie sheen. here is the thing. with his winning ways and his blood, they were fools. charlie seen says they refused his offer to throw out the opening pitch during any of the world series games. >> the indians are fools. >> he says the indians are idiots for not using his brilliance. he could've turned things around because everybody knows when things get tough you bring in ricky vaughn. >> that's according to charlie sheen. this is how you turn the tables. >> semi-curious for a moment.
i think they've got too much water under the bridge. most fans, hey, but what do you tell your kids? i don't know. >> of his unraveling you mean. he was practically begging them. a little too much water under the bridge, personally. >> what about lebron? you think it's water under the bridge now, he sorry that he made fun of the warriors because now he knows how it feels? >> i don't think he cares. in fact, you could even make the case if you want to guess and speculate and all of that, he was rooting for the indians. on his way home, looks to his wife and says, well, we are
still the kings around here. >> it's good to be king. i love it. and that's what you were saying yesterday. he said they didn't win, but he loves to maintain that power. >> that's one of those second thoughts. they kept cutting to him during the game. he was going crazy in the box. but it's one thing to be the first since 1964 all alone. that's if you are talking history. that's a little better than now two teams have done it. >> that's true. >> talk about just a 100 percent guess, but you could see that. >> here is an epic -- that was an epic game. this is an epic sports prank. it was pulled off by 2 australian polo players. did you hear about this? these are polo players. they convinced north korea that they were a team of golfers from australia and they got themselves into the north korean open. they didn't even
know how to golf. take a look. >> at what point did the north koreans spot a fake? >> i think on the first tee when i stepped up to the tv and headed straight into the drink. >> they continue to play the entire tournament with those homemade green jackets. they are not golfers. they got like over 120. they were horrible. >> and how long did this last? >> they went through the whole official tournament. they came in second-to-last. they are lucky they got out. you don't mess around in north korea. >> and the reason they were doing this is just to say they could do it. >> just to be funny. they were so bad that there north korean caddy told them, you have brought shame upon your families. >> they were that bad. >> if i was going to pull a prank, there might be other
locations than north korea. >> that's the thing. i can't believe they toyed with this. everybody knows, although the fact that they suck so bad is good because you don't diss the leaders. that golf course is the only one in north korea open by kim jong-il. of course, he got 11 holes in one. >> on a much brighter note, warriors in oklahoma city. that's a big deal in oakland. >> remember the romance and the breakup. we'll talk about it tomorrow. >> will see you. they prey on our children, spending billions.
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.
with a break like this, we could dowhichever's faster. surgery means recovery time. a cast will get you back out there right away, but it's bulky. and can it take a beating? how did you break it again? roller derby. hip-checked. there's a rematch next week. snarling clementine has to be there. that's me. okay. so what color should the cast be? orange. orange is good. yeah, i like orange. it's kinda my thing. at john muir health, we know how big the little things can be. john muir health. be heard.
welcome back. nordstrom is defending carrying a bunker trumps fashion line. she cited the support of her father's presidential campaign. it's been marked by hate speech . nordstrom replied saying they aren't taking a political position by offering the line. the company said in the tweet that their customers can make the choices about where they purchase -- what they purchase based on personal views. an attorney suing popeye's after he says he choked when he had a piece of popeye's fried chicken because a knife was not
included in the drive-through order so he says he had to eat the chicken with his hands. how else do you eat fried chicken? maybe in mississippi. this happened in mississippi last november. a lawsuit was just filed. the only utensil that he got in the drive-through was a sport. he said because he didn't have a knife, he choked on the piece of chicken and he had to go under -- had to undergo surgery to remove it. he is demanding that nieves be given to all drive-through customers. he also wants financial compensation and punitive damages. >> following breaking news out of the north bay with a body found on the sonoma state university campus in a shallow grave. we are live as the investigation continues. and a massive fire breaks out in an east bay fire complex. federal investigators are trying to figure out exactly what happened. we are live on the scene and will bring you an update. tracking the weather with cooler temperatures today and
>>mark: a body found in a shallow grave on the capital some state university >>reporter: perhaps this is the area where the body was found at 845 last night when a groundskeeper made the call that he from what he believed to be human remains that is when the sheriff deputies got out and confirmed that it was a person buried in a shallow grave.
the u.s. is the beacon of freedom around the world. those of us who served in the military are very proud of that. i believe very, very strongly in our country and what we stand for. i went to iraq in 2004 to fight for freedom. for generations, our troops have sacrificed for our freedoms. one of the most important things we do is vote - to protect that freedom. i'm tom steyer. let's make the people we're so proud of, proud of us. please. vote. vote. vote. vote.
>>dan kerman: he bought his home in east oakland surely after his arrival he discovered the cul- de-sac in the the street was a spot for illegal dumpers the problem was so bad that he install security cameras which caught the dumpers in the act this dumping happen on halloween day you will not only catch some
getting ready to go out and to this would area to try and dig up any evidence they can about this body that was found this all happened at 845 last night on the grounds keeper called the city believe he found him was remains in a shallow grave on campus this area is not on a main road of campus don't know the person is just said they did not have any missing persons cases in the countess of the they're trying to figure out
will be right back will be right back man: in cities big and small, newspapers all over say it's time. woman: time to legalize and regulate marijuana in california. man: time to "vote yes on prop 64." woman: it's "better for public health, for law
and order and for society." man: "it makes sense to regulate and tax" marijuana. woman: "prop 64 would bring discipline and oversight."
more than six months ago. remember this guy? more than six months ago. he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more. prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year.
>>mark: it been the practice posting social media and show you how they voted the limited jillion filed a lawsuit claiming the ban violates free-speech rights is not clear if they will appeal this ruling there is a new law that takes effect in the beginning of next year average a reality it is happening in san francisco. >>gabe slate: gamer's love and
want a great way to help our children thrive? then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians to prevent education cuts that would hurt our kids. no wonder prop 55 is endorsed by the california pta, teachers and educators. because all of us want to help our children thrive. it's time to vote yes on proposition 55.
>>reporter: that have arrived here on campus was the thought of the way to show you was going on many of them have gone into the crime scene area and on having the missing persons case that is something they're trying to figure out investigators believe that the unidentified person died recently because the body is not badly decomposed people had been coming to see
>>robin winston: not much of an improvement so far at the bay bridge toll plaza looks pretty much the same 18 to 20 minutes downtown oakland this slowdown is thinning now getting better only backed up to castro earlier it was well beyond marina a quick check of the south with lots of crowding will amount to 80 1/2 to use it is a 30 minute track.
then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians to prevent education cuts that would hurt our kids. no wonder prop 55 is endorsed by the california pta, teachers and educators. because all of us want to help our children thrive. it's time to vote yes on proposition 55.
you can afford more for housing you to live closer to public transportation but not all of those have those type of money the state department of finance and we are building housing and less than half the rate we were at the previous decades experts like chapman said that needs to change otherwise the commuters headed will only get worse
sunny mild to warm a lot more segmented the score around them had yesterday in we continue this trend scattered clouds to know by the weekend and some high clouds. >>robin winston: know that has lost the ride into san francisco is very slow come out of the maze you to see traffic creaking along here getting off to the toll plaza if you come in from 580 still backed up back from 98 in that area at 80 west still jammed out of sand how long and on another 20 minutes
increase and hopefully that will lead to the issuing. >>j.r. stone: a man heading or slapping a 17 your employee and family fun center tonight there's all raise from the victim's family members hour raise the d.a.'s office is filed a misdemeanor charges against a suspect not a felony charges the 17 your head in the video told us last week the machine did not work the man groups that will be laughed and said all my god when the manager
confirm that >>darya: this is just a few blocks away from san jose state was his inside looking through the glass front windows they think there were two of them and they both got away on mountain bikes they're hoping that the surveillance video what hope the public bid to find out who this is here is another close look at the man wanted for robbery is an hispanic man about 35 to 40 has a black hair and a goatee and when this all black outfit and the jacket has what appears to be a security guard patched
first 1964 alone but if you're talking history is little better than now to teams have done it. >>darya: it was pulled off by two australian paul players these are polo players that they convince north korea that they were a team of golfers from australia and got themselves into north korean open will talk
>>mark: started on a traffic stop were talking to the 17 year-old the debt is learned he did not have a bed and was sleeping on the floor they help to mao and at the end of the shift they wanted the co-workers and action donations to buy him a bed pillows and sheets they showed up at his house and that put the bed together for him the debt is say they tell them he has a newfound respect for police officers. >>darya: howe about this set to like smooth jazz
man: in cities big and small, newspapers all over say it's time. woman: time to legalize and regulate marijuana in california. man: time to "vote yes on prop 64." woman: it's
"better for public health, for law and order and for society." man: "it makes sense to regulate and tax" marijuana. woman: "prop 64 would bring discipline and oversight." man: "prop 64 is the first step toward a rational drug policy." woman: "it's time for a new approach." man: vote yes on 64.
>> announcer: today on an all-new "dr. phil." >> my daughter thinks she's pregnant. and she's not. she actually thinks her baby is jesus. >> i am pregnant and it is jesus. >> nobody will deny him. he's my savior. >> announcer: mom claims her daughter is delusional. >> dr. phil: did you tell people you were on "american idol"? >> no. >> dr. phil: you just said maybe i was. >> announcer: and a compulsive liar. >> she said eminem was her dad. >> my brother was so sick. >> dr. phil: being she had you for parts? >> you're not a lie detector test and you need to shut it. >> dr. phil: let's do it! >> have a good show, everybody. >> dr. phil: this is a safe place to talk about hard things. >> stand by, i'll count you down. >> dr. phil: i try to be an emotional compass and point you in the right direction. >> five, four --
Uploaded by TV Archive on