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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. >> hello, everybody, with 3 live hours of kron 4 news and marty pinellas is off. with baseball fever, high-profile competitions, clinton, and the baseball games. the giants facing off in an attempt to getting and eight year drought of losses, and first, let us check the other numbers. and let us take a live look outside. a beautiful start although it is going to be cloudy, cooler. and let us check-in with jacqueline bennett. >> cooler weather will continue
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today and into through the weekend. the steady stream of clouds pushing into the northeast as this storm passes through the northeast. this clouds is gettinand and these ae streaming into the bay area, and mostly, we're seeing those sea breezes, returned. fog close to the coast which which we are seeing this morning and tomorrow. also, a storm caught up in this depression not to the bay area late tomorrow. let us take a look your weekend out, today, that weekend fog and high clouds in the afternoon. cooler, breezy and barely reaching 80. with 10 degrees cooler, 72 and the bay shore, 62 degrees on the shore which is going to stick mostly shrouded in to the fog. >> a good chance of afternoon showers and cooler temperatures and how much rain we should see with this storm and how much this is going to stick around. coming up a bit.
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>> thank you, and a break, the rest of a suspect, 51 year-old resident of the park regency apartments is accused in the september 16th rape of a tenant who say he knew. the complex has had several sexual assaults throughout the summer/fall season. they are looking for another suspect on an october 2nd attack. this is a sketch. white meamail, with another sust is also in custody, with earlier incidences at that same complex. he has pleaded not guilty. >> she is young, hamas, violent, and after multiple run into a-homeless. and more of her alleged victims are coming forward. jonathan blum it spoke to one of them.
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>> she is from hanging around the building for months! >> she snuck this photograph in hopes of the building manager would do something about it and a woman that identified as sheila flowers became enraged. then i started walking away and she said you are not taking my picture in started flailing and hit me. >> she shot this video issue ran away to a local bakery. >> i'm going to call the police. >> she is not! she's crazy. she needs help, that is it. she needs some help. >> ms. flowers will not be in the neighborhood for the next three-four days. when ms. flowers returns to the streets, she and evidently
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returns and resumes the violence. >> and the resemblance is >> and i'm going to get some pepper spray, and i do not want to a to do that. it is not resolving the problem. >> and even and eat in case she can be referred to a mental hospital. >> and should be kept from harming other as they get the hope that she needs. >> and here is a tragic note. one westbound of the san mateo bridge is closed this morning. - a traffic note. and caltran is working on emergency crews be neat the bridge at which they found a crack. during a routine inspection earlier this week. officials say that bridge will be fully opened by sunday. until then, it is best to avoid that bridge. alternative routes like
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the part in bridge until the other bridge is complete. >> secretary of state, heller clinton was a commonwealth club event last night. former senator, top u.s. diplomat talked about several issues, technologies, afghanistan, the state of the country. >> frustration, anxiety, and even anchor in our country right now over unemployment-anchor. >> and feeling that the anchgeri hope that people take some of that energy and focus it on the environment. there is a oil curse. and when countries discover oil, and start marketing the that oil. if they're not thoughtful, visionary, very often, it
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becomes a small leak that benefits from it. the benefits are not broadly shared. and, the progress of democracy, freedom is halted. >> secretary state clinton also reiterated her support for helping the mexican drug violence. is in the interest of u.s. to crack down on cartels characteristics of terrorism >> and the secretary of state is not the only high-profile clinton, president bill clinton will be in the bay area appeared for the company was in southern california where he had jerry brown and mayor gavin newson, and this was at a campaign rally at ucla. and he spoke with 6000 students, and he was urging the crowds to get out and vote that this is a critical election. with the low turnout,
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it could hurt the obama presidency and his bill clinton,--will be through san francisco, a napa valley, through tomorrow toward still ahead on the weekend, two different teenagers, on an arson of this south bay high school on fire. first, this beautiful look from our mount pam camera. golden orange sunlight. we will be right back. [ woman on tv ] if you won't let me in,
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>> we are back at 7:10. in the south bay, a deadly crash on 680 and high 101. the brandt had opened just a few hours ago that happen after 1:00 a.m.-the ramp, the c h p found 1 ofperson dead. and it blocked both lane of the transition ramp. and a two teenagers, accused of
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killinseven entrees elementary,6 year-old, and a 17 year-old comic-trace elementary. and the bail was denied for both, and their hands were shackle strict is saying that the fire was not an accident. >> we believe that there is evidence that there is this trace elementary the fire is premeditated. the offender is intentionally tried and were successful in turning this building down. if this is not a case of kids playing around with fire that cut out of control. or youthful indiscretion. >> the da did not provide a motive but gang ties are being investigated. if these are convicted? 10 years-life. they will be assigned with a public defender and in court next week.
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damage is more the estimated of more than $10 million. >> and the giants are warming up. against philly. their radical of the details. for alive look. gary radnich. -ended another live look,-a live look. and it is going to shape up and be a really nice day. on the carpet." what? gonna be difficult. don't tell me about a dog. a day care full of kids, house chickens. call a day's work. call 1-800-steemer [ male announcer ] carly fiorina. as ceo, she laid off 30,000 workers and shipped jobs to china. china. india. russia. poland. i know precisely why those jobs go.
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♪ >> we are back at 7:15. another live look it is shaping up to be a great day. still a bit dark in walnut creek. the headlights are there but traffic is still moving around. jacqueline bennett has your full forecast. >> fog this morning, and then mostly sunny afternoon. cooler temperatures are going to prevail through the weekend. here is a look at a date at a glance. coastal/bay fog and
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temperatures are still on the mild side and inland coaster to the coast still chilly. for and by 10:00 a.m., the fog will push back and high clouds are going to stream in. with a storm, approaching 72 impact us on the sunday. first, this afternoon, cooler, breezy, inland. with a 10 degree cool down from yesterday and temperatures from 61 degrees on the coast-80 degrees inland. the fog tracker 4 this morning, we're on to backtrack a little bit so we can show you the progress. by 6:00 a.m., the fog and the north bay, down the east bay shore, and the peninsula. close to the coastline as for to the morning hours, and oakland, hayward, san francisco and by 10:00 a.m., the fog is going to be along the coastline and it should stay there for most of this afternoon. the coastline will be shrouded in fog in the lower is that we will seek cooling, b-year wide. the sea breezes will be back and bay- gary wide, and all the way to
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the inland valleys bringing us relief. 78 in santa rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, and upper spots70's, 60's, low 70's, and 61 degrees in half moon bay. shrouded in fog for most of this afternoon. 70 for the bayshore, except for oakland at 69, 70 and 80 san jose, and 81 in los gatos, to take a look at the rader, we haven't seen clouds steadily moving to the north east. we have a storm sitting up there that is taking of these clouds with it. it is also turning these back to sea breeze winds that is going to turn this into fog and the pattern is pushing towards the northeast toward as this pattern goes bring utowards us, it'll bs the possibility of rainfall, tomorrow. the futurecast is showing rainfall many south bay, and inland by 3:00 p.m..
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continuing into the evening on the sunday, 7:00 p.m., and the chances of rainfall will remain until early monday morning for many for these locations, it does not look like we are going to see much in the north bay, th or san francisco, just the south bay. and for kron 4 7 day around the bay continuing going through the weekend. today, five, 10 degrees cooler than we saw, yesterday. we will see the same amount of cooling on the sunday and the chance of rainfall is about 30%. light showers, sunday and into monday. as this pushes through will have warmer, dry air. behind it and temperatures will increase on tuesday, wednesday. a bit warmer before another cool down but will stay in the 60s, 70's for the most part . >> fan and still to come, would be caught up with the giants and though raiders/49ers and ex warrior is in trouble again. gary radnich.
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>> the yankee showed why they are the yankees! everything was beautiful in texas. 51,00 fans has texas and the playoffs, in the first time in 50 years. scott hamilton, and at one point it was 5-nothing. rangers. and here come the yankees. five runs, and the top of the eights, a rod. and ryan caused this to tie the score, and then 5-0. the yankees are victorious, 6-5. now the owner of the texas rangers and when you lose the opener at home. after 5-0 lead that is going to be difficult for the rangers to swallow. and the giants come off tomorrow. a the my approach on this game is the same as any other. start. it is
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a big game. and i do not want to get over and got is what to take this as any other start. >> and at this point, you expect to play the best. and that is what makes it fun, challenging. >> it is going to be a tremendous match up. you have to of the best pitchers in the game. respect with the great competitors. -we have two of the best pitchers in the game, and as baseball games, which all of this match. >> i do not know about you but we've been having this for the next four days. with sun shares, and to flip this over for the rotation. sun says. and 3 back in san francisco, the fifth, if necessary. and this was some baseball .. is the hitting instructor for the colorado
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rockies. and one from boston, and was one of the leaders during their dynasty games. and one more time, be a coach out at the and they made him a scapegoat. derrik, really quick, the new manager of the seattle mariners. iraq wedgeric wedge ws recently fired. >> really, they're just a few plays away from... and the atlanta game as they almost have victory. and that is what i say that if you play 0-5. >> to their opponent. >> the writer is beyond local television, and one time warner cannot stay out of the news and is always in trouble. gilbert feting injury, earlier this week. his teammates handsome
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exhibition planning time, nick younger and now will turn it right around. and gilbert says that he injured his groin and it had to leave his exhibition game. and if you fake it wants? who knows? in the lpga, pretty, no relation, and their plan that the black hawk country club. 61, yesterday, and they're playing at the black hawk and then they did not have a good round. a triple-bogey on the 13. three strokes back, and holding out from the dirty and bes five minute-birdie. >> still to come, the good news for drivers on the san francisco highway. >> and a live look of the san mateo bridge where they are continuing to do some work. and it does not seem to be causing too much traffic. we still fog out there.
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>> there will be delays on bart with weekend work on the tracks between walnut creek and pleasant hill. this should last through sunday, with 10-30 minute delays between lafayette /pittsburgh station. and throughout the pittsburgh pinpoint line. the section of san francisco great highway was closed last year because of erosion has opened a backup. if to the south of slope boulevard had been sold damaged by winter storms that it was unsafe for trouble. the working crews have reinforced the rock and this comes just in time for the nike women's marathon on sunday. in addition, city crews cleared 1,000 lbs. of trash/debris. >> and tech news, google television is now on sale! you can get them on the website from $600-$1400. built and. and the
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idea is that the web and is made easy on your web television. in the remote is the fall keyboard. >> still to come and kron 4 news this weekend, selling california. hundreds of janitors have to find new jobs in the coming months. >> and another live look from our mount pam cam. a beautiful shot as we can see changes in our skies and changing weather. we will be back. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] sizzler's incredible $7.99 lunch deal.
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. ♪ >> we are back, and right run a corner as 7:30. a live look at the bay bridge, still socked in
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from the cloud coverage that jacqueline bennett has been speaking of. let hours of kron 4 news and marty farquha >> some of these clubs are springing into the bay area, most of the sea breeze. fog closer to the coastline and what we're seeing this morning. it will continue into and also a storm is going to get caught up in this and brush reprobate area. like, and the weekend all luck. that morning fog. and our weekend out look. brushing along. and temperatures will barely reached 80 and 10 degrees, cooler than yesterday, and still it is going to stay shrouded with fog. , a chance of afternoon showers into monday morning and cooler temperatures. i will let you
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know how much rain. and how much longer this is going to stick around coming up in just a bit. ♪ >> and warnings going up to 1000 janitors in california trying to sell state office workers. on november 1st, those notices will go out, the do not need for 50 people. the affected workers will try to go to other vacant positions, the will not need for 50 people, in 11 properties are being sold to private investment group. by a real-estate firm of texas. -450 people will be out of the job. >> and pailin recently is describing go california budget as unrealistic and she is not quite sure if she's going to endorse meg whitman but she deftly what she wants to see who gets the job. >> your next governor what to make difficult choices about
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spending cuts and certainly, she will be working in a bipartisan matter. >> it is unclear if meg whitman, the first female governor would embrace a pailin endorsement. they have not campaigned together. palin is right wing, and nec is not. his vision for oakland's future. >> and a candidate for oakland mayor joins us toward we would like to begin with the oakland tribune article. it was endorsing rebecca, your candidate and why you should not be mayor. essentially, you know plan and your response? >> well, it is the first editorial interview where i have as mayor. three hours, that developed and with a budget
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problems with the police. they did not want to see to look at the problems with the with the the city is being managed. more interested in new ideas. as a mark in my approach is much different in the has been to the air. >> and how about managing old ideas? to show up, with results, and good people and hold them, a tumble. i was pretty straightforward and there were more interested-hold them, accountable. this is not an unusual approach. and here comes jerry brown and something new, exciting. and he knows what is wrong with california, and to fix what is broken. >> the bottom line, that oakland is so problematic, with crime? the police spot chief says the 24 officers followed through >> and it is not safe to the off
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police i would rehire all 80. that the moratorium, i will have a press conference and sure the money is. >> where is it? >> it is in the balls of city government. millions, tens of millions of dollars. are being used for things that are not essential, not important in their fifth part of the transparent bureaucracy. and this past year, contract in just for the police/fire negotiants figured i would do that, myself. and to spend one and dollars on an outside law firm it is sloppy, like as if it is not our money part the spend--$1 million. and it is a political careers, to go in and use that money for police, not for this other stuff. >> and you are a big supporter of the police, and you of the connection with the police officers. do you think that you are against measurement x ? >> yes. >> because it is just lininto ar
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more money, and a brother seat out money and i've supported a teacher tax. and that is worth it. that is the with the school district has done what they need to do. and with national footing, and all the city council restored is not making any decisions and please give us more money. and even oakland, as generous as the voters are the have had it with that and so have i.. the only time i will go back and ask for more money is that if they can prove that already money but the of spent is already effective? >> and the police will add more to their pensions? >> yes. and with their 9 percent, that deal was done earlier in the rest of you being charged an open, no matter, no counsel, as reported climbing over each other. that nonperson was their breeding for them. and they did not do anything about it, the contents of an over the summer and not. >> to me, it is the leadership, if you do not have leadership?
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to do not get things done, and if you have leadership? year after follow-through with that. >> people in oakland are losing their homes, jobs, what is the answer? >> to keep the jobs that you have. there is the renaissance and restaurants, everybody is excited about the east bay restaurants. and people to know what to come over there because it is afraid and we need to fix that. if you have jobs being created. and a small restaurant can greet 60 jobs. the most advanced for creating businesses are the ones that are there. oakland has got to be one of the most business-on from the city, and were in california. - unfriendly. and i know a little bit about that because they say to you and you cannot do that, it is mostly an attitude thing. this is not complicated, just ask people for the goals and get it. to demand less, you get less. >> and what is happening?
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>> we're going to bring you more interviews with candidates up until the election. meanwhile, www.kron.com >> still to come on kron 4 news this weekend, keys in the military are saying stay quiet about their sexuality, peace in the military. for now. in another outside look [ jogging ]
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>> things are still unclear for giays in the military, a new pentagon says that there is a legally uncertain environment. the obama is appealing the ruling of the storm that struck down, the don't ask, don't tell.
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troops could suffer adverse consequences if they change their conduct and if the court's decision is reversed. >> memo, a marine from central california has died from the war in afghanistan. marine lance corporal lopez died friday on the homas province, he ialso, to weeks, from another serviceman from this same area. price and pedro dog from his wounds on october 2nd falling and insurgents attacked. >> note miners that were trapped underground for more than two months are banding together when it comes to profiting. >> none of them have been saying much and it seems to be that they also going to limit what they say because the want to make the most of the offers, interviews, media and perhaps a book-movie deal. and accountant has been hired for public appearance in, and also 33 men,
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fairly. still to come kron 4 news, the recent south bay earthquake concerned with a major dam in the area. beautiful day. we will have to weather, next.
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>> we're back to 7:45 to take a live look outside the bay bridge a bit overcast. and with cooler temperatures for us let us check in with jacqueline bennett she is a check of the weather. >> fog this morning, and then mostly sunny afternoon. cooler temperatures are going to prevail through the weekend. here is a look at a date at a glance. coastal/bay fog and temperatures are still on the mild side and inland coaster to the coast still chilly. for and by 10:00 a.m., the fog will push - 12 :00 back and high clouds are going to stream in. with a storm, approaching 72
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impact us on the sunday. first, this afternoon, cooler, breezy, inland. with a 10 degree cool down from yesterday and temperatures from 61 degrees on the coast-80 degrees inland. the fog tracker 4 this morning, we're on to backtrack a little bit so we can show you the progress. by 6:00 a.m., the fog and the north bay, down the east bay shore, and the peninsula. close to the coastline as for to the morning hours, and oakland, hayward, san francisco and by 10:00 a.m., the fog is going to be along the coastline and it should stay there for most of this afternoon. the coastline will be shrouded in fog in the lower is that we will seek cooling, bay area wide'year wide. the sea breezes will be back and bay-gary wide, and all the way to the inland valleys bringing us relief. 78 in santa rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, and upper 70's, 60's, low 70's, and 61 degrees in half moon bay. shrouded in
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fog for most of this afternoon. 70 for the bayshore, except for oakland at 69, 70 and 80 san jose, and 81 in los gatos, to take a look at the rader, we haven't seen - we have been seeing clouds steadily moving to the north east. we have a storm sitting up there that is taking of these clouds with it. it is also turning these back to sea breeze winds that is going to turn this into fog and the pattern is pushing towards the northeast toward as this pattern goes towards us, it'll bring us the possibility of rainfall, tomorrow. the futurecast is showing rainfall many south bay, and inland by 3:00 p.m.. continuing into the evening on the sunday, 7:00 p.m., and the chances of rainfall will remain until early monday morning for many for these locations, it does not look like we are going to see
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much in the north bay, th or san francisco, just the south bay. and for kron 4 7 day around the bay continuing going through the weekend. today, five, 10 degrees cooler than we saw, yesterday. we will see the same amount of cooling on the sunday and the chance of rainfall is about 30%. light showers, sunday and into monday. as this pushes through will have warmer, dry air. behind it and temperatures will increase on tuesday, wednesday. a bit warmer before another cool down but will stay in the 60s, 70's for the most part >> we're back at 7:48 with this story, 3.1 earthquake that struck the south bay friday morning. seismologists say it was 9 mi. east of san jose, the same ball line with the anderson dam sets which is a big concern. the anderson dam would not withstand a major earthquake. it could lead to a llarge funds own where there could be extensive damage. and district officials say the damage is
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severe damage, of the dam collapsing on another earthquake along the fault line. seven point to good causing floods from morgan hill all the way through san jose. the district will spend $100 million to solve the problem by injecting concrete into the base of the dam. >> pg&e crews are working on the pipeline in the san bruno accident. rerouting gas that used to go down the line. this map shows were the work is being done. working crews worked 1 mi. from san bruno-sky mile. also purchase gas from a hillsborough south of black mountain road. there were reports that residents some of the gasoline that initially caused concern. >> working crews on the pipeline to make sure that there is enough gas supply for the winter months when the demand is higher. pg&e is coming up with contingency plans in case the gas is not restored. one option
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could be reducing supplies to big businesses which have reduced rates for just these purposes. >> it is already a process that is in place it is important to understand this. we could go to these businesses into the winter when we have an increased demand and voluntarily curtail their usage. and an easier way to do with that is that changing their operating hours. 9-5? 6-2. >> pg e, could work closely with the public utilities commission as it develops plans for the winter months. coming up on kron 4 news this weekend, tuberculosis concerns at the local high school after somebody tested positive for that disease. >> and of the live look at walnut creek. fifth a bit overcast, with the sunshine try to peek through. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ we know the real story on jerry brown.
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jerry brown opposes the death penalty. even for cop killers. he signed an inmates bill of rights. one supreme court judge that brown appointed was so liberal... he voted to stop the death penalty 64 times. we know the real story on jerry brown. now you do too.
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jerry brown opposes the death penalty. even for cop killers. he signed an inmates bill of rights. one supreme court judge that brown appointed was so liberal... he voted to stop the death penalty 64 times. we know the real story on jerry brown. now you do too. >> allen county, students had to be screened for tuberculosis. alameda county--james logan high
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school tested positive for the disease. christine connolly explains that officials that the mass testing is precautionary. >> at the james logan high school 500 letters have been sent out to students, staff and graduates. the need to be tested for tuberculosis. that is because they may have been in contact with an active carrier of the disease in the identity of the person is not being revealed. we do not know if it is a student, or a teacher, but they're no longer on campus. there testing people that have been contact in contact with this person this semester, last semester and that is along this person has been waiting. >> it is not people are waiting to see the doctor and to the symptoms get worse. >> as you take a look around school is still in session. the district is saying that the school is safe. >> there is no reason to close the school, you cannot get this
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from a service, or from a student. and tuberculosis is not spread it that way, it is spread by close contact. >> and for everybody who received a letter, they will be getting free screening. >> and what a latent infection, sparobert benjamin, with the economic health department, to understand why this is different. alameda county health of parliament. the latent tb is when people have a positive blood/scakin test, and a normal- ray. these people are infected with the both the causes tuberculosis. they did not have the disease and the distinction is very important. it is important because people who are infected with out the disease will not transmit tuberculosis. >> the distinction between
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active and latent is important because it different drugs are prescribed for each case. >> still to come, president obama is going to look on cracking down on special interest groups in the u.s.. >> and also, the california cracked up and how to fix the state's budget problems.
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. >> welcome to our second live hour, marty gonzales is off high-profile politicians had the heat hit california up close races that one book is it saying that the candidates. one of the authors of california crackup, "
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it broke up the california state and were california went wrong. let us check-in with henry and see what he is doing it, right. >> i am here near mastergeek the chef. and looking for geeks the name of his book. >> and he is making french toast with from. >> and a quick look outside, with the amount pam. the changing scene at skate out there. with some shochanging. >> cooler weather will continue
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today and into through the weekend. the steady stream of clouds pushing into the northeast as this storm passes through the northeast. this clouds is and and these are streaming into the bay area, and mostly, we're seeing those sea breezes, returned. fog close to the coast which which we are seeing this morning and tomorrow. also, a storm caught up in this depression not to the bay area late tomorrow. let us take a look your weekend out, today, that weekend fog and high clouds in the afternoon. cooler, breezy and barely reaching 80. with 10 degrees cooler, 72 and the bay shore, 62 degrees on the shore which is going to stick mostly shrouded in to the fog. >> a good chance of afternoon showers and cooler temperatures and how much rain we should see with this storm and how much this is going to stick around. coming up a bit. them at the top of this hour, we're turning to washington. president obama is renewing his call for congress to close tax breaks for special
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interest companies overseas a proposal that raised concern over republicans, democrats. >> over the past two years, we fought back against the special interest. to weaken their hold on the powers in washington. we've taken a stand on the worst abuses and the finance industry, the health industries. rolling back tax breaks for shipping jobs overseas and reinforce the clean air, clean water. >> and other republican side, indiana district says that the bush eric ktax cuts need to be , now, and to have the senate take an immediate decision. and cutting taxes will not create jobs. >> this week, the world resource, 33 miners emerged from months of dark captivity in the chilean mine. today, many americans feel trapped under
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government mandates, and historic spending. every day, washington is putting our children, grandchildren and historic debt and something has to give. >> house speaker, in answer policy, and harry reid of the bush your tax issue will be taken up after the election. >> in san francisco, secretary of state helleri clinton was in a commonwealth club event last night. senator,-hillary clinton, spoke of several issues, technology, to the war in afghanistan and the state of the country. reggie kumar has >> secretary of state, heller clinton was a commonwealth club event last night. former senator, top u.s. diplomat state of the country. >> i just met with a group from twitter, 1 million ideas are born every day. if you have a good idea? we will listen!
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>> and also listing from questions on foreign oil, the economy, the war in afghanistan. curse. and when countries discover oil, and start marketing the that oil. if they're not thoughtful, visionary, very often, it becomes a small leak that - small elite benefits from it. the benefits are not broadly shared. and, the progress of democracy, freedom not the only high-profile for the company was in southern state of the country. >> frustration, anxiety, and even anchor in our country right now over unemployment-anchor. >> and feeling that the anger i hope that people take some of that energy and focus it on the environment. there is a oil >> how you define afghanistan's success? future? >> to be able to defend itself.
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>> and when at the norman coast. >> the secretary of state- environmental. >> and what they're not involved in any political activity and certainly not election. so, speaking as a private citizen, a lot, and in san francisco, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> still to come, a homeless woman proves to be a challenge for her neighbors in the police. we will have that story and a live look outside. a beautiful, scenic view of the skyline city from our roof cam. ♪
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>> after multiple brands with the san francisco residents a homeless woman could be charged with five counts of assaults. >> jonathan blum. >> and in san francisco police say this homeless woman, as sheila flowers could be charged with as many as five counts of assault with a san francisco residents. and this president
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snapped this photograph before floors became enraged and began hitting her. she ran into a local bakery and past owners to call police. the arrested flowers but she could be out in a few days if the judge is not or for her to mental counseling for neighbors are worried that she's going to come back and she also has returned in multiple occasions after she is been detained. police are hoping to break that cycle but there will have to convince a judge that surely needs help. and san francisco, jonathan blum, kron 4 news. >> and is an clara police officer is out on bail after being arrested for being confidential information from the dmv to a member of the hell's angels. 36 clay is a five-year veteran. he is now, facing eight felony investigation. rojas is accused of giving information to william bentencourt was in
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charge for the investigation and he gave the confidential information to this woman. the rodriguez. police are still looking for a motive in this case. still kron 4 news this weekend, carrying california toward journalists, taking a direct approach with the state's mounting problems. another live look with the san mateo bridge, there is plenty of heavy traffic. despite the prepares. we will be right back. despite those road-repeaters fiorina's plan would mean slashing social security and medicare, which would devastate seniors. and she'd make abortion a crime. no wonder fiorina is endorsed by sarah palin. carly fiorina. just too extreme for california. [ boxer ] i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message.
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>> bill is of dollars in debt. billions of dollars in debt, what could be fixed to fix them? the general election. joining us is joe madison, co- author of california crack up. however former broker the golden
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state and how we can fix it. a journalist, and at that senior member of the foundation, you, your co-author have been both covering these types of issues for many years. what is it that made you decide you wanted to focus on this and fix it?, speaking to california voters, were both disturb, frustrated by how these stories were selling on how bad it was in california. it was either old, wrong or incomplete. and there were getting misinformation? >> exactly. >> we wanted to give people a store that was true and not about playing. and this is not about lane-blame. how profound the, in the state because of the voters have so much power on the final word. we have the authors
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of this book and to fix it, we are going to have to make changes, decisions about what we do. >> where did it start? >> it started 16 years ago when we found ourselves. as a state, we never had the time, place and trying to figure out how to make a coherent government. and always making a rush on trying to make money. so we started with a constitution which basically copied from the state of iowa won six years ago. took out all of the explanation of how you assesand-16 years ago. t to detect these people on gold. let us borrow money now, and perhaps washington will help us out, later? and back in, it was difficult to-. and in 1879 never
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read it through with their work. and different people went through these documents >> >> and these problems that and just creating more. >> that is correct different measures and you always say that this will fix this. and actually, it is just provides another chain on us and this improvisation have turned our system-it is a ratchet. difficult to maneuver, and difficult to govern. we're all very unhappy because not just because we have these problems in an indication, water, prisons, we do not have timely democratic decisions-education. >> and a look and these candidates for governor, does
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either have in all of these things? a solution to these issues that your speaking of? >> no. they are saying that they not need or want reform. they both seem to believe that they have personal qualities, crowne's hi-jerry brown wisdom,. or if meg whitman is going to go to sacramento and she's going to make a dysfunctional, system work. and if you to believe in that? i think you should also lead and magic. >> and were shores start as a state? >> we need comprehensive changes. -where should we start as a state. >> and even in a well intentioned the paste on a bad system can create more problems than that solves. fas >> and could you provide dick some clarity? >> and to change our work election system. >> we did not have the
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confidence to make changes because of our election system particularly, legislature and the election is still testing few weeks . >> and we already pretty much know was going to win, with the democrats having a competitive edge. >> gerry? >> not just him but our coast is democrat, and our inland is democrat and we need a different collection system. based on a region of the state. and where you have multiple members of state, regional districts. and if you vote for people that represent a region, and divide that up. and that is called proportional representation. the number and percentage of both reflects the number of legislators they have from that particular region. and that
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means that every vote counts even republicans in the bay area. they're going to of its least a few representatives. and the more votes the republicans get, the more representation and will have. >> what i am hearing is that the answer is as complex as the problem [laughter] >> and to change the direction, and this allows a lot of things making more simple. by making these changes to the budget, and also making our initiative system a little bit more simple and more direct. between legislators, voters. >> and the legislators are going to listen.. public? >> to change our system so people have more power. and legislators have more power, and give more power that has more communication together. to check each other rather than an initial system will each spend a lot of time trying to circumvent
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each other which is not healthy. >> thank you, joe. fascinating, and you can continue this with him. where will you be? the california cracked up .com >> on tuesday, the californiacrackup.com >> jackpot are is a self peagee that mkes you a better chef
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>> welcome back, to kron 4 news this weekend we're cooking with geeks and that is what the book is called, cooking with geeks
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>> and on my background is in computer science. >> and you studied? >> in boston, and a software engineering. >> and what you know about cooking?, a little bit, and i discovered that my friends did not how to go to a cook for them in the last 10 years our state in cambridge. >> and why is been a geek and a science good for cooking? >> and understanding why and how things work in a kitchen will help predictions and adjustments. if you do not know how a food background? >> the important thing is really cooking is mostly chemistry. >> absolutely. >> and with applying heat, chemicals what are we making now? french toast. and the key is to soak this long enough. i have done a test where i get
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this in a mixture of cream, milk, food colorings to you can see the difference. and a quick, that the mixture does not get to the metal. however, if you let it sit for 5-10. it will actually penetrate into the center. >> and >> and >> and one to have this? and you're going to put this in here. >> yes. >> and what happens when we add the french toast? >> the.. but hbutter >> and in this case, this is the deduction which is importing energy through magnetic energy. and it is heating up that hand, and the heat conductivity into the french toast and the chemicals in the bread going to
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a chemical reaction. >> is it the bread? weather someone in different ingredients? >> and with the aid, wide will have some of the different ingredients. and the aiegg. >> and one brad pitt's 2210 degrees is going to b when fress to milliard when protiens and simple sugars change. >> and also, coagulation at 144 degrees fahrenheit. and the out side hot to the brown, and the middle, will beat not as hot. in the center. not be as hot he
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tes >> and a. little bit >> while we are doing this, let us talk about chicken. that is a big fear. if they're not cooking it hot enough what is the right temperature? >> that depends on who you ask. >> i am asking you. >> for me, with a 140 degrees. however, you have to keep it at that temperature to correct the past rice. >> at what point does a kill everything it 140? >> highest is 131. and it does not die, and still leave 132. to keep it 155, because anything is going to be killed. >> what does that do to the chicken? >> question. different proteins, and one of cook's 122,
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150, and we like things were those proteins are. medium rare = 140. and >> at some different types of proteins? >> yes. >> and the different shapes, sizes, molecules and a coat and change the molecular shropshire at different temperatures. >> and ideally, it-they cooked and changed at to for molecular structures. >> and with one protein coat and the other did not coke and the all everything wdid not go? >> 140 degrees = 10 minutes. >> and it is called sousvie >> is a water bath. and ultra low water temperature setting. >> and to use a thermometer. and with special equipment to proper
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pasteurize >> and let us see that here is the finished product, ladies and gentleman. judicially the weaken clarweeks are able to cope, ands is called cooking for geeks.com and it is a wealth of information. and i hope that you will come back, next time. when the come back, high-tech
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. >> hello, welcome back at 8:30. a live look at the golden gate bridge still overcast the could stick around for this morning and cooler. more of the weather in a moment. and the news, several prosecutors in the barry
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bonds perjury have submitted an outline to the legal strategy. the list of witnesses they plan on to call in proving that he lied to a grand jury. the mother once stood with him compelling baseball, night in, night out. now, some of his former teammates will testify against him. his trial will be on march 21st, next year. in san francisco and federal prosecutors believe they of a strong line of witnesses to put him behind bars. according to the documents filed on friday and most of those but that bobby admitted of using steroids, and reels, menard, santiago, that he personally gave him a personal enhancing drugs. >> and also, in all,
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prosecutors are going to use a professional athletes to prosecute against the home run king. the want to prove that he lied to a grand jury when he denied and knowingly taking steroids. prosecutors say that kimberly bell, his former girlfriend will also help build their case. that he will t testify that he was taking testisteroids before the major baseball season. federal prosecutors said pecans personal trainer to testify at the trial. it-subpoena, and also he refused to comcomplied to that subpoena. da lin >> the giants' practice on the field on friday and they're prepared for game 1. the national championship starting pitcher says that the phillies are the ones to beat for the ultimate title.
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>> and this seems like everybody is jumping on the giants bandwagon including local entertainer, ashton. and the changes to a journey song and this is the post season anthem. ♪ let's go giants, nl west division champions, feels good and we are not stopping here ♪ >> and it has had it been viewed online one half and in times. the second team is on mondayandn monday, and then on tuesday, they will return to the bay area. and the final games on the series will be held on saturday, the 23rd, send the, the 24th in
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philadelphia. and time to begin of the game to the is a 4:57 p.m. and you see it on television and a quick live look outside. mount pam cam from a beautiful shot. and with our beautiful shots, and we even have a calendar [laughter] >> and jacqueline bennett has a full check of your weather. >> fog this morning, and then mostly sunny afternoon. cooler temperatures are going to prevail through the weekend. here is a look at a date at a glance. coastal/bay fog and temperatures are still on the mild side and inland coaster to the coast still chilly. for and by 10:00 a.m., the fog will push back and high clouds are going approaching 72 impact us on the sunday. first, this afternoon, cooler, breezy, inland. with a 10 degree cool
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down from yesterday and temperatures from 61 degrees on the coast-80 degrees inland. the fog tracker 4 this morning, we're on to backtrack a little bit so we can show you the progress. by 6:00 a.m., the fog and the north bay, down the east bay shore, and the peninsula. close to the coastline as for to the morning hours, and oakland, hayward, san francisco and by 10:00 a.m., the fog is going to be along the coastline and it should stay there for most of this afternoon. the coastline will be shrouded in fog in the lower is be back and bay-gary wide, and - bay area wide all the way to the inland valleys bringing us relief. 78 in santa rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, and upper 70's, 60's, low 70's, and 61 degrees in half moon bay. shrouded in fog for most of this afternoon. 70 for the bayshore, except for
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oakland at 69, 70 and 80 san jose, and 81 in los gatos, to take a look we have been seeing clouds steadily moving to the north east. we have a storm sitting up there that is taking of these clouds with it. it is also turning these back to sea breeze winds that is going to turn this into fog and the pattern is pushing towards the northeast toward as this pattern goes towards us, it'll bring us the possibility of rainfall, tomorrow. the futurecast is showing rainfall many south bay, and inland by 3:00 p.m.. continuing into the evening on the sunday, 7:00 p.m., and the chances of rainfall will remain until early monday morning for many for these locations, it does not look like we are going to see much in the north bay, th or san francisco, just the south bay. and for kron 4 7 day around the bay continuing going through the weekend. today,
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five, 10 degrees cooler than we saw, yesterday. we will see the same amount of cooling on the sunday and the chance of rainfall is about 30%. light showers, sunday and into monday. as this pushes through will have warmer, dry air. behind it and temperatures will increase on tuesday, wednesday. a bit warmer before another cool down but will stay in the 60s, 70's for the most part >> date:37, coming up, california drivers could see a change at the gas pump. and how you cannot leave that gas nozzle unattended. ♪
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>> we're back, 8:41. one lane is closed on the senate tail bridge. caltran is working on the emergency repairs beneath the san mateo bridge. a crack down on a steel beam during a routine inspection earlier this week. this will hopefully be back open fully on the sunday and caltran is suggesting using alternate routes. until that repair work is complete. >> gas pumps are going to be losing those latches that allow palms-handsfree. those can be allowing for dangerous leaks.
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>> rob fladeboe reports. >> the problem that first surfaced in the month of may is not what the latches however, what the actual cast knowledgase nozzle. other gas stations are not impacted after people are coming sprayed with gasoline. when they failed to stop prepumping the gas, the state ordered the nozzles to latches e removed. and removing those latches will create an even greater safety hazard. >> the reason why it is not safe is that people are going to put things into the nozzle. blocked it open. and in which case, more spills, sprays, than those rare instances where we had
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before. >> the legal challenge failed when a judge ordered all the latches remote by october 15th. new nozzles are told by the end of the month but is worried that he will lose business because people to not like to hold on to the and also there >> and libby and inconvenience? >> definitely. , and >> will that inconvenience you? >> yes, especially during rain or really hot. >> and usually, i can catch up on other things now, i have to just stand here. >> and still kron 4 news this weekend, the anti-gav bullying anti-gay bullying and a live look with overcast keeping a site had cooler. we will be right back. the statistic had
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>> hernandez agrees, he has benefited for people that have taken time to know him, understand them. >> there were tolerant, comforting, and told me that if i ever needed any help that they could speak to me. >> i would not relieve my teen years and any circumstances let
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alone, with a sexual identity issues. or other items that pertain on who you are, of course. those things you cannot change. >> rodney, reporting from los angeles and coming up at 9:00 a.m. will speak to bay area expert about use, violence, bullying. stay with us. and let us check-in with henry. >> and we have the latest and consumer electronics. and how about a picture that takes your picture? is that a great idea? this looks pretty good. some cool electronics coming up. kron 4 news this weekend.
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>> jim is from the consumer electronics association and we've been doing this so long i think it was the light bulb law that we first did that.
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>> and-[laughter] >> and look at this! >> and i've got a good people is a smart phone this is the new captivate from at&t. a samsung galaxy alone. and the android operating system which is giving the apple and blackberry a run for the money. also, microsoft's seven, palm 3. >> and how to decide what system? >> the big part of it is what carrier you use. and what is so exasperating, they have exclusives with one carrier. with this galaxy, the main is that they have this for a lot of different applications. at&t has the captivate, verizon has the fascinate and this is the hot deal which is the ipad. one of
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the things that you can do with the ipad is that you can read books. it is great for kids books, alice in wonderland. the colors, and with the newspapers. and the ipad with a touch screen tablet start at $500. one of the things that people say is maybe an e-book like an amazon kindle? >> what cannot people read those? >> there is a big difference, the big difference is it will use this e paper and e ink this will hold 1500 books that is a big size library. and dishes to be $269, now $189, now $139. a slightly smaller one and there is even a bigger one. and they start with a lot less expensive if you just want to read books? >> a question. >> what if i would like an ipad
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and in e book? >> that is a set up. >> and you are wealthy. maybe get one of these. and this is a double, the entourage edge the e book reader, with this and on this side it is a touch screen tablet. and this is linacs based, $500. - lynx based, and like net books. this is kind of cool, this is the idea of had. this has both! the full keyboard, the input, and windows seven. it also has a touch screen tablet. it is a little bit of both. >> this is $550. everybody is on some sort of budget. and this does everything that window 7. >> and this starts at $550.
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>> and amazon kindle, the barnes and noble house knochas nook wha traditional paperback [laughter] >> and this is what we have with earlier. this is the double you from samsung, the front, the back, and double view. nice large trucks touchscreen. and you can see that you take a picture. and it is good for putting your picture on facebook. you can see yourself. and >> and it is good if your arms are longer? law >> and let me show you this cool the voice this pen it is from swann a camcorder, 1.5 hours, and with the u.s. peace. you
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can usb support--, and perhaps this is from swann and this is an audio, a camcorder. >> and absolut, very stringent and on the other hand, other uses. >> 11 las >> and this is an internet radio. you can plug this and your computer, and download 10,000 different stations. >> $70. >> $99. for you? [laughter] >> and jim berry, and more tips and digitaltips.org thank you, and thank you for joining us. and from now on, i would to speak to my camera we will be right back with kron 4 news this
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. >> hello, it is 9:00 a.m. the third live on or off kron 4 news is weekend marty gonzales is off. the power of the internet has downsized with fur coat primfertile ground for cybr bullying. teams driven to serve suicide and heavy contra costa r crisis center that will counsel 10,000 young people-teens driven to suicide. and will speak to a contra costa a crisis center. >> and i am sorry. >> and i love these gadgets. coming up, did you ever wonder why is the west dominant? it seems that is a technology, and
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let me show you a book. why the west, rules. a stanford professor, this is going to be a big deal, ladies and gentleman. this goes a long way to explaining why there are rules and why there could not be for that much longer. we will speak to the author. >> and especially with the california budget is a driving california down. >> and i meant the west as and that the global west. >> the global west! all right, thank you, henry. and a quick look outside. san francisco, a beautiful shot, the blue skies, the fog is going away. let us speak with jacqueline bennett. >> cooler weather will continue today and into through the weekend. the steady stream of clouds pushing into the northeast as this storm passes through the northeast. this
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clouds is and and these are streaming into the bay area, and mostly, we're seeing those sea breezes, returned. fog close to the coast which which we are seeing this morning and tomorrow. also, a storm caught up in this depression not to the bay area late tomorrow. let us take a look your weekend out, today, that weekend fog and high clouds in the afternoon. cooler, breezy and barely reaching 80. with 10 degrees cooler, 72 and the bay shore, 62 degrees on the shore which is going to stick mostly shrouded in to the fog. tomorrow,>> a good chance of afternoon showers and cooler temperatures and how much rain we should see with this storm and how much this is going to stick around. coming up a bit. >> 9:02 the top of more news, the break of the sexual assault investigation of the walnut creek apartment complex at contra costa deputies arrested a
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suspect, william yoken 51 year- old resident president is accused of the september 16th rate. investigators say he knew. this has been the scene of several sexual assaults this summer and fall. detectives are also looking for another attack on october 2nd. this is a sketch of a white male, 5 ft. 9, medium build, braun here, and another capacity is icustody who has plt guilty. secretary of state hillary clinton was in a commonwealth the former senator talked about several issues from technology, to the war in afghanistan in state of the
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country. >> frustration, anxiety, and even anchor in our country right now over unemployment-anchor. >> and feeling that the anger i hope that people take some of that energy and focus it on the environment. there is a oil curse. and when countries discover oil, and start marketing the that oil. if they're not thoughtful, visionary, very often, it becomes a small leak tha- small benefits from it. the benefits are not broadly shared. and, the progress of democracy, freedom is halted. >> secretary state clinton also reiterated her support for helping the mexican drug violence. is in the interest of u.s. to crack down on cartels characteristics of terrorism
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>> and the secretary of state is not the only high-profile clinton, president bill clinton will be in the bay area appeared for the company was in southern california where he had jerry brown and mayor gavin newson, and this was at a campaign rally at ucla. and he spoke with 6000 students, and he was urging the crowds to get out and vote that this is a critical election. >> with the low turnout, it could hurt the obama presidency and his bill clinton will be through san francisco, a napa valley, through tomorrow >> still ahead, it could be the weekend but there are delays on bart. you should be aware of. those details, coming up. another look outside the golden gate bridge still a bit dark. of the cloud coverage. and that
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should go away, eventually. and those small headlights, and perhaps a little bit of an increase in traffic. we will be right back. [ male announcer ] come for lunch at sizzler and choose from malibu, lemon herb, or hibachi chicken with all the trimmings! includes a salad and a fountain drink, all for an amazing $7.99!! that's sizzler!
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>> 9:09, delays on bart with tracks between walnut creek and pleasant hill should last through sunday. delays of 10-30 minutes between lafayette in the pits for quite station and drop the pits from bay point line. - pittsburgh. and that the section of highway that was closed because of erosion has opened back up. and it affected the boulevard so bad on wintfrom wir conditions that it was unsafe for trouble. and this reopening is just in time for the nike women's race. and also, with 1,000 lbs. of trash-debris was cleared. and a beautiful shot from mt. tam. heather donald has
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a preview of events going on in the bay area this weekend and also the and nike marathon >> a huge weekend, with gulf, the lpga plays a black hawk in danville and that is all weekend. treasure island music festival starts saturday and runs through sunday. also sunday, the nike women's marathon starts bright and early at 7:00 a.m. in union square. 20,000 women are expected to run. and to wrap up the story busy weekend the 49ers are going to be paying the candlestick park at sunday at 1:05 make sure to expect slow traffic. two hours before the game, two hours after the game. >> a busy weekend, and still to come, the cyber bullying. serious issues that could lead to a recent teenage suicide.
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>> records university freshman committed suicide when wrecke- g ers and recent gains, with homophobic bullying a disturbing trend but there is a way to rise above it. the consequences, and the way to cope is lush tondo taylor a youth services director at cost to counter- lashanda thank you. >> and how common is cyber bullying? that contra costa county? >> it is mostly teen to teen. a huge increase to cyber bullying. it used to be the old or the unemployed would have the young boy on the school kron but there is no longer that happening-the huge rise on the insider bullying because both kids are into texting. computers. and
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that is the way they communicate. social networking sites so kids are going on line and their bullying to its online. as with text messages. a variety of different ways. >> are they trying to out these people or spot light? what is the point of cyber bullying? it is a power game? >> yes, it is, it is supporting. even if the child is not identified as gay, however, if the children and teen them to be gay, lesbian and they're often teased about that to the point of bullying. and they are getting out did, there will post this online, jokes, and countless anti-gay slurs at these children. that is what is happening. >> what age? >> and probably 10 years old-18
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years old. and even earlier. >> wow and now, what you doing about this? coming have you seen? >> i've seen several cases, when the first began with the crisis center i began a task force. there was such a us huge rise ie cyber bowling coming up with several of oz that go out and suburbs-bullying. in class presentations, that focus on cyber bullying and kids often identify and initially with those on television. the larger kids with leather jackets and when we talk about it is that we recognize that younger people are saying that it actually be any one of us in this room. or the victim. >> yes. >> exactly.
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>> and according to this, that you've worked with 10,000 young people between 2009-2010 which is a huge number in an of itself. how many have perhaps suicide or bullying? cabinet to prevent? >> -unable to brand?, we have done a lot of research. -able to prevent? >> with the needs of each school are. and after being and schools it is obvious that there is a big decrease and bullying incidences. nevertheless, there are still incidences, happening. we are still going out to schools and working with the kids, working with them, having an open discussion about what this means. and i hear all the time that things are changing at my school because of your presentation. it is been a good result we're still fighting this.
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>> with contra costa county, and do you have other agencies around the bay area? so other areas know that they can turn to other organizations? >> yes, there are a lot of organizations like mind. crisis center, and most every major city in our area, san francisco, oakland, they have their own crisis youth center programs that are basically centered around youth violence. youth violence includes baleen, cyber bullying. >> let us shows some information, the ccontra costa county cyber bullying, 800 233 2300 and273-talk and the crisis-center.org
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>> and thank you, lashanda. >> and with one of the most interesting persons in the world. he is historic and britain why the west rules for now. why is it that western europe. ahand we're going to spk about how that is coming up on kron 4 news this weekend.
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>> welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. you know, there was a. when china had superior building ship that anything the west did. >> the 16th century. >> yet, the west and explored the world and china became really a backwater for
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centuries. and internally dry and what did that happen? and why is it taken china is coming back? islam? the middle east, where the not very successful right now economically. and the west, is. these of the types of questions the why the west rules for now. the patterns of historic, and what it will reveal about the history, a stanford university professor. and just for starters, you specify that is access to geography you? >> yes. and all of the attitudes, different cultures you get around the world are important for people living in them. in the and, that is not what is exclusively driven history. >> and in the west, the ottoman empire that was 2-3 under years ago what was the advances? the western europe had. 200-300
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hundred years ago. >> for a long time, western europe had geographic advantage with printed, france, holland. and it was cold, with not a lot of big cities. however, when ships were invented to cross the ocean. all of a sudden, that were able to cross the ocean. they could send to america faster than anybody because it was closer than people from china. >> the chinese had ships what is the difference? >> the chinese, it is twice as hard to get across the pacific as it was for the europeans to cross the atlantic. also, if you are in china, it is not why you would want to go? the european wanted to go? they could get to china. and they had a big surprise when the covediscovered america in which to settle the
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pacific for the chinese? >> and let us to china as an example. a country that is doing ok. admittedly, that not explored as much but they still of plenty of land to exploit. why did they not be calmed as technologically powerful or politically powerful as the west? >> and ellen 1700-750, china was the homost richest area in the world. and with the sailing of americans, and the further down to the southeast asia. the big advantage is that the a frantic ocean is just a perfect size. it is not too big, not too small. it is big enough so there are different economecological zoned small enough that ships could sail around it and market it, with eight economic recoveecono
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>> and china did not have that. >> and now, with who has the geographical advantage now? >> one of the big things that i discovered my writing this book is that geography drives social development and also the shape of social development what geography, means. an advantage of geography is a big plus and a feast at a later point. . so, for the very near future, with the very rough sense of what is going with a wealth, power, going to east asia and of and all that to south asia. and when is it going to look like in 50- 100 years? technology is changing. >> and you have any idea? [laughter] >> and for the last 50,000 years, and a lot of these are going to lose their meaning. it
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is like book, geography. and i suggest that towards the end of the book that geography is really going to be not much of an impact. the world is shrinking. >> and let me tell you where you can speak about this book. it is going to be important, right up with the historic folks, and and a ianmorris.org they keep some much for joining us. we will take a break. later, we're in the garden, you are watching kron 4 news this weekend. [ male announcer ] carly fiorina.
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still a bit overcast let us check-in with jacqueline bennett. >> cooler weather will continue today and into through the weekend. the steady stream of clouds pushing into the northeast as this storm passes through the northeast. this clouds is and and these are streaming into the bay area, and mostly, we're seeing those sea breezes, returned. fog close to the coast which which we are seeing this morning and tomorrow. also, a storm caught up in this depression not to the bay area late tomorrow. let us take a look your weekend out, today, that weekend fog and high clouds in the afternoon. cooler, breezy and barely reaching 80. with 10 degrees cooler, 72 and the bay shore, 62 degrees on the shore which is going to stick mostly shrouded in to the fog. >> into tomorrow,>> a good chance of afternoon showers and cooler temperatures and how much rain we should see with this storm and how much this is going
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to stick around. coming up a bit. ♪ >> warnings are going up to layoffs as 450 janitors. as a cost-cutting effort, and those go out november 1st. there will no longer need a maintenance staff of 450 people and the affected workers are going to try to move to vacant positions. the state announced it was selling 11 properties for $2 billion to a private investor group from a real-estate firm of texas. former alaska governor, sarah palin was a form yesterday in sacramento. she criticized the recently approved california budget as unrealistic to close the $19 billion deficit. she has not said that she's going to endorse meg whitman. she did make it clear who attended. >> your next governor will have to make tough choices about spending cuts and certainly she will be working in a bipartisan
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manner. >> it is unclear if meg whitman, the california is first in of the owner would embrace an endorsement from some sorsarah , and pailin it does not cater to the independent that meg whitman is catering to. >> and the better known for a nightmare, is to rip politician. earlier, heather donald sped down with his vision for oakland's future >> and a candidate for oakland mayor joins us toward we would like to begin with the oakland tribune article. it was endorsing rebecca, you kaplan, r opponent and candidate and why you should not be mayor. essentially, you know plan and your response? >> well, it is the first editorial interview where i have as mayor. three hours, that developed and with a budget and the budget problems
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surrounding the police force. problems with the police. they did not want to see to look at the problems with the with the the city is being managed. more interested in new ideas. as a mark in my approach is much different in the has been to the through my career. >> and how about managing old ideas? to show up, with results, and good people and hold them, accountable. straightforward and there were more interested- hold them, accountable. this is not an unusual approach. and here comes jerry brown and something new, exciting. and he knows what is wrong with california, and to fix what is broken. >> the bottom line, that oakland is so problematic, with crime? >> what you going to do about it? the police is requesting more officers, and there's no money in all, and what did you do? through >> and it is not safe to the off the last thing i would do is lay off police. police i would
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rehire all 80. that the moratorium, i will have a press conference and sure the money is. >> where is it? >> it is in the balls ofowels government. millions, tens of of millions of dollars. are being used for things that are not essential, not important in their fifth part of the transparent bureaucracy. and this past year, contract in just for the police/fire negotiants figured i would do that, myself. and to spend one and dollars on an outside law firm it is sloppy, like as if it is not our money part the spend-- $1 million. and it is a political courage careers, to go in and use that money for police, not for this other stuff. it is sloppy. >> >> and you are a big supporter of the police, and you of the connection with the police officers. do you think that you are against measurement x ? >> yes. >> why?>> because it is just to ask for more money, and a brother seat out money and i've supported a teacher tax. and
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that is worth it. that is the with the school district has done what they need to do. and with national firm financial footing, and all the city council restored is not making any decisions and please give us more money. and even oakland, as generous as the voters are the have had it with that and so have i.. the only time i will go back and ask for more money is that if they can prove that already money but the of spent is already effective? >> and the police will add more to their pensions? >> yes. and with their 9 percent, that deal was done earlier in the rest of you being charged an open, no matter, no no major--nobody is in a charge in oakland. that 9 percent was waiting for them. was their breeding for them. and they did not do anything about it, the contents of an over the summer and not. >> to me, it is the leadership, if you do not have leadership? to do not get things done, and if you have leadership? year you have a fighting chance. after follow-through with that. >> >> people in oakland are
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losing their homes, jobs, what is the answer? >> to keep the jobs that you have. there is the renaissance and restaurants, everybody is excited about the east bay restaurants. and people to know what to come over there because it is afraid and we need to fix that. if you have jobs being created. and a small restaurant can greet 60 jobs. the most create-- advanced for creating businesses are the ones that are there. oakland has got to be one of the most business-on from the city, oakland and were in california. -unfriendly. and i know a little bit about that because they say to you and you cannot do that, it is mostly an attitude thing. the nickname of oakland as dr no. this is not complicated, just ask people for the goals and get it. to demand less, you get less. >> thank you.
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>> and will bring you more up- to-the-minute election interviews. and with all the candidate interviews for a decision 2010. www.kron.com still ahead, all 33 miners are out of the mind from chile. what is next? as they adjust to life back up on the surface. >> and a live look at the bay bridge traffic is not too problematic. a bit of overcast. this is unlike any car you've ever seen before.
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>> we're back at 9:40. gays in the military, that speaking up its to get them in trouble. the pentagon memo is saying that there is an uncertain environment and the obama administration is striking down the don't ask, don't tell. arsenal chief that the troops
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could suffer adverse consequences if they change their conduct. and of the court's decision is reversed. >> a marine from the bay area, the defense lance corporal lopez died in the home province. he is from rosemont. his death is less than two weeks after another service from rosa's and was killed in afghanistan, brain pedro died october 2nd following concerted attack. >> the 33 miners trapped are banding together when it comes to profiting on their experience. none of them have been saying much and they have been agreed that it will limit what they say because the want to make the most of the offers for interviews, media appearances. possibly, book, movie deals and accountant has been trhired to track their income, and distributed, all 33,
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fairly. stay with us, and a quick look at your weather, and a live look at the san mateo bridge. overcast. the traffic continues despite road repairs. that is westbound. we will be right back.
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>> 9:45 a live look outside. a beautiful picture of mount pam cam and jacqueline has the final check of your forecast. >> fog this morning, and then mostly sunny afternoon. cooler temperatures are going to prevail through the weekend. here is a look at a date at a glance. coastal/bay fog and temperatures are still on the mild side and inland coaster to the coast still chilly. for and by 10:00 a.m., the fog will push by 12:00 pm back and high clouds are going to stream in. with a storm, approaching 72 impact us on the sunday. first,
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this afternoon, cooler, breezy, inland. with a 10 degree cool down from yesterday and temperatures from 61 degrees on the coast-80 degrees inland. the fog tracker 4 this morning, we're on to backtrack a little bit so we can show you the progress. by 6:00 a.m., the fog and the north bay, down the east bay shore, and the peninsula. close to the coastline as for to the morning hours, and oakland, hayward, san francisco and by 10:00 a.m., the fog is going to be along the coastline and it should stay there for most of this afternoon. the coastline will be shrouded in fog in the lower is that we will see coolingyear wide. the sea breezes will be back and bay- gary wide, and all the way to the inland test a wide valleys bringing us relief. 7 in santa
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rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, and upper 70's, 60's, low 70's, and 61 degrees in half moon bay. shrouded in fog for most of this afternoon. 70 for the bayshore, except for oakland at 69, 70 and 80 san jose, and 81 in los gatos, to take a look stormtracker 4 at the rader, we haven't seen clouds steadily moving to the north east. we have a storm sitting up there that is taking of these clouds with it. it is also turning these back to sea breeze winds that is going to turn this into fog and the pattern is pushing towards the northeast toward as this pattern goes towards us, it'll bring us the possibility of rainfall, tomorrow. the futurecast is showing rainfall many south bay, and inland by 3:00 p.m.. continuing into the evening on the sunday, 7:00 p.m., and the chances of rainfall will remain until early monday morning for many for these locations, it does not look like we are going to see much in the north bay, th or san francisco, just the south bay. and for kron 4 7 day around the bay continuing going through the weekend. today, five, 10 degrees
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cooler than we saw, yesterday. we will see the same amount of cooling on the sunday and the chance of rainfall is about 30%. light showers, sunday and into monday. as this pushes through will have warmer, dry air. behind it and temperatures will increase on tuesday, wednesday. a bit warmer before another cool down but will stay in the 60s, 70's for the most part >> it is 9:481 westbound lane of the san mateo bridge is closed this morning. and caltran is working on emergency repairs beneath the bridge. they found a crack in a steel beam on a routine inspection this week. they hope to get the bridge fully opened by sunday. until then, caltran is advising to avoid that bridge using alternate routes. the don bart bridge, and the bay bridge. >> now, it is time for henry's
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garden. ♪ >> henry, henry! whoa ! i would never use a chain saw. pruning shears. >> loppers. >> and coming back to the subject. and taking this test i do not have problems with you using a chain saw. >> perhaps it is too big? >> let me ask you a question first. what did you grow this all season long to get up come into bloom and now you're going to cut it? >> because it is too large and it needs to be shaped. >> six weeks? what does it have to be right now when it is coming into bloom? >> it is on reeling but the point is well taken. as you can see, it is just about to bloom a
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jasmine. polyanthus. is just about to bloom but if i bloom. >> yes, the next couple of weeks. >> you'll get the best color in the spring. the prime time for showing beautiful colors. >> and what we're showing with this segment, and my point is that you cut it now but one not wait one month? >> okay.. >> and another thing to continue to remember is that just before you start and identify all of those hidden traps. there is a trellis, wires, and >> that is important. this gets so large. >> this started out like this. and this small thing and the crow, vigorously. and a eventually, they became overwhelmed and i literally. can
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you see this? i literally had to bold this in the wall to support the trellis. be aware that you were going to be dealing with something like this. >> and also the structure the comes with this fine is not a necessarily permanent. -fineand da clanging line with tendrils that will wrap around itself. clinging vine and this ivy will attach itself to the stucco. and basically, it will grab hold almost like suction cups. >> and it is a problem. >> and then!-- >> and then this type. and this does not have tendrils. however it needs support. and we need to
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provide that support with a careless or other device. >> this is a boat and be a, a royal purple boat in be a and i know that because this is a ride on the label. both indiuganvill >> and this is a cleaneinger lie the jasmine, and knowing the growth pattern of this vine important. >> and to incorporate in other vine i would like it on the other side to grace the entrance to the house. i will put it as this pot over here. however, i wanted to put in the spot. >> it is too small. and we're looking for something long term. >> this pot. , and of little small this volume is. you can see how big this volume is.
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>> and it needs a bigger deeper pot? >> yes, it needs larger growth. to support the future growth. >> and what are you going to plant? >> with something different? >> what about this one? >> it is up to you. the yellow? >> or if you'd like another caller? >you know, we're going to take another break >> -color. let us get rid of this ivy and do not let it grow like this all up and to the ev aves and i will figure out. and to do a quick planting and your vine with a fine life.
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