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the rules for growing and selling art medical marijuana details ahead did police used excessive force on a woman who was resisting arrest. we will shoji and you decide. dulles chp officers on 580 in oakland we have the latest latest on the damage. >> of hot spot affecting 580 westbound george >> a motorcycle accident is always bad music specially injuries are called for a while on friday all of the lanes were blocked thankfully and surprisingly all of the lanes have been opened but the damage done out of livermore out out
altamont coming out of tracy the traffic is backed up onto a five toward tracing for the west bound ride minor incident be reported in the back up as well when you see this much red this early morning it does not bode well for the rest of the commune we could be looking at conditions like this for the next hour or more. we have been continuing to track this right on 680 southbound i'm somewhat surprised there is no back up the night of pleasant hill despite the problems with the trailer that was detached from a truck that was blocking lanes. the bay bridge westbound ride you will see a great commute unfolding no problems your free trips the upper deck we have been is in a free understand one of the reasons traffic is so light that the toll plaza is because traffic leading to let
is sparse right now to look through the albany current and past golden gate fields of very light traffic coming from copper to laurie short freeway. a check with whether here's christine >> taking a look at the ritz camera it is the we are socked in with fog this is a cat case through the bay area it will be slowed to burn off this morning we are experiencing morning fog and drizzle it will take awhile for this to let's go we will warm up tomorrow these cooler temperatures are out the door bay area stockton with fog sitting over the bay and peninsula and the south bay seeing that live by 8:00 but it is until nine we see receipts sitting over the bay in into the peninsula by noon we see pulling toward the coast current temperatures look like this '50s right now 53 in san francisco 54
in fairfield 58 in antioch 55 in san jose. their highs today will be coal we're looking at 70 degree readings the north bay 77 in petaluma in to novato 76 and san rafael cool temperatures down torticollis 61 imports of that 73 in san mateo on the other side of the base '60s and '70s 64 berkeley 65 richmond are inland spots we are seeing the 80 degree readings today 80 walnut creek danville and 83 in antioch make our way into the south bay war here 70 and 80 is 77 and sunnyvale 78 in san jose kron 7 day around the bay continuing to see add to fog tomorrow morning the good news is the warm-up is on its way we will see high 80s inland highs
'70s around the bay 60 around the coast >> 7 03 right now the oakland city council has voted to license four production plants were part will be grown packaged and processed last nine it was 5-to some of the details of the plan winning applicants would have to pay $211,000 in annual permit these that have to carry $2 million worth of liability insurance and devotes 8% of gross sales taxes the plan is intended to bring order to industry and create jobs and revenue for oakland we want sense to be brought and we want oakland to collect taxes and put it into health and safety in putting this budget problem that we have to bed. >> the measure will go before the cancel one more time next week for final vote but the outcome is not expected to
change the plan will most likely take effect january. >> police investigating whether one of its officers used excessive force to officers tried to arrest a lady they said she was crowned she was pushing a baby stroller to try to border the cursor when they fought sorry when she fought back throws her to the ground face first we taken a full screen there we go now watch officer and there it is the through to the ground. wasn't excessive force. that's what's being investigated now the officer has been reassigned what you don't see is an ambulance came to take her to a hospital where she reportedly bet one of the paramedics. >> 45 year-old byron williams is expected to enter a plea for attempted murder on four police officers this is in connection with the 580 freeway shootout
with chp officers early sunday morning you can see the damage done to the patrol cars 150 rain rounds were fired during 50 minutes should note we are learning where williams was believed to be headed with all of that ammunition. police say he was hot headed towards the tides foundation and the ac you'll ballet. you would sit and wait until they opened up even if he had to wait for monday for is it planned attack this is verified by evidence found in the trunk soaring in the pickup truck that he was driving chp officer said he has never seen anything like this. >> this is the were ushered out we have had in an urban environment is in francisco. >> if chp had not pulled him over they believe he would of continued on his way to san
francisco to carry out >> that plan> ac transit is warn him passengers they could find a third day of displays delays because of labor dispute. 1-5 drivers participated sickout. they are upset over the terms of their contract which calls for wage freeze changed over time and copays spirit oakland has delayed a ruling on whether to throw out the new contract imposed by ac transit as for ac transit management they say they are sorry that people are being left stranded but if the contract was overturned the will have no choice but to lay off drivers. >> we will continue to follow the hot spot in traffic all lanes are open in 580 where there is a motorcycle crash but the back up remains. all the red on the map that is slow traffic
welcome back to kron 4 as we continue to track this hot spot in the westbound direction a motorcycle accident cleared from the traffic lanes but not before it managed to back up traffic all laid-back through the altamont pass into the tool 5580 interchange. the only hot spot not the only hot spot. there is an accident at what all. >> 710 right now the senate is is expected to pass a bill that would extend unemployment benefits. for about two and a half million americans who have exhausted their benefits. they are poised to push for the extension after breaking a filibuster. it will be the eighth extension into years costing $120 billion. said
reserve sure says he will downplay a double dip recession when he gives congress attack on the. it comes as the economy is losing momentum their fears growing that it could stall the he will tell the senate the fed is poised act if the economy worsens. >> let's take get the death right now you can see stocks giving up earlier gains now of 9.3 nil and we have mixed numbers we've seen negative and positive the first 40 minutes of trading traders are poring over earnings reports.
that blocked the lanes is almost completely clear one of the vehicles partially blocking the right lane. the back of reaching on to to 05 back towards thawing tracy for the west bound ride it will be slow going and again even with the news that the accident is mostly cleared is still going to mean slow traffic for quite awhile for the west bound livermore ride. that takes pressure off of the dublin interchange and 680 in the southbound direction. having no connection with this is the accident northbound at whipple a trucker overturned ended up in the ditch the cleanup burger and it occurred during the enough attention let (no audio) (inaudible) even though no leave their block there is backing up as well.
westbound and yet still a great one there is no backup 5:00 hour when some of the toll lanes or toll booths were slow to open. now cleared and no problems so is bound we had an accident that occurred earlier this morning is still does not account for delays coming in from pleasant hill the ride towards all mall looks great with no delays as you head into san ramon valley. time now for a check on mother >>/darya layer increases of fog is staying cooler temperatures in the goodness will see a warm up in the next couple of days 53 is there francisco warming up by 562 sun up to warm today than calling a background of 58 by
8:00 p.m. fog trucker you conceive barrier the bay area as fog everywhere along the coast and in spots we will see it lift by 9:00 a.m. but it won't be until 11 that we see received to the coast we will see patchy fog through the rest of the date current tempters rain on the fifties for the most part 54 1/2 monday 56 in mountain view 58 in antioch and prizes will be about the same as it. j kuehler perhaps '70s in the north bay 77 in petaluma 78 in net at 80 in fairfield make their way down the peninsula cold temperatures at the closed 60 to have monday 68 december no '60s and '70s on either side of the bay 68 in alameda 67 and sally and drew. 80 degree readings 81 creek and
pleasant and 83 in antioch make your way to south bay 70 and 80 degree readings as well. now for look at 7 day around bay seeing patchy fog tomorrow we will see a warm up of high 80s inland i '70s that the basics these around the coast. >> couple of live pictures on your left hand side from washington where the host judiciary is holding a hearing insuring they're trying to see how people will be compensated by the gulf oil spill. live pictures from the floor of the while is seems to be pretty much fixed at least temporarily the relief the tunnel should reach by the weekend so this could stop for good within two weeks. the permanent fix may be
in place two weeks from now. they have concluded their risk analysis they say this minimum they're getting closer to pumping mud to the permanently seal it. hopefully it will keep hold while they continue with those look relief wells. we are expected to get an update on the investigation into san francisco police crime lab down dramatically the attorney is deciding whether not to prosecute her police however say they are waiting for an outside, the who is testing evidence before they can actually close the case. she has admitted to taking small of the amounts of cocaine from a lack that would've otherwise been thrown away. two armed bank robberies and a photo from security cameras of the suspect is described as hispanic or white in her 30's five put three
weighs 130 lbs. about warrants or rid tinted hair police thing she robbed two banks of american locations one on july 12th the other july 16th what goes robbery's the robber shows semite odder automatic handgun demands money and then runs off with a man believed to be your accomplice. smart meter is heating up the board of supervisors voted on a proposal the wall halt them from installing any more smart meters the board says it wants more studies done on those meters in fact they approved a two-part letter to stop them being put in. the letter must go to public utility commission and that board will make the ultimate decision appeared in the meantime san francisco protesters rallied against those mark meters they were during signs they call the meters, and dangerous. 30 people
marched down van ness ave we talk to one of them she says she is worried about health problems. >> i think the biggest goal here is that smart meters are being deployed in every home in every business read our states and countries with no testing for human health impact so we have no idea what radiation will do to wall loss. >> the protests was led by a member of teen's turning green it pushes for environmental safety in schools and communities. >> we will be back with more in just a couple of minutes let's take a peek at our live camera on top of my at mt. tam. it is clear out there we will [ meg whitman ] if we could only do one thing, putting people back to work
cleared from the traffic lanes a motorcycle accident along are blocking lanes of traffic but the traffic is backed up take looks as we moves the maps over the back of still reaches all the way into the altamont pass for the west bound 580 ride. >> 720 the president of in some blue cross is retiring. lesley marlene announced resignation yesterday she was within them cross with two years they think her for her leadership >> exciting night for bay area baseball starting with the giants facing doctors tensions were high tim starting not an engine like himself down 5-1. he hit men. they are warned if somebody gets hit it will be ejected. he hit a urine
rowland's so he is gone and so is joe tory. bases loaded don mattingly turns around and says something and then is as if you go in there twice its the second trip and you have to replace her picture appeared this with the dodgers did. on jury its one that drives in two runs so the giants win it. >> i think you have two pitchers as posting the red sox rbi single in the 10th inning das rallied to beat the socks 5-4
729 hotspot the following traffic desk. >> interstate 580 in the westbound direction james it's not our only hot spot is the worst one the ride back up the altamont pass the lanes now are finally cleared westbound had airway boulevard were motorcycle accident was half an hour or more was quick to blocking lanes it got cleared after 18 minutes by emergency crews. lookit the extent of delays the difference
between red and yellow is a difference of 25 mi. an hour yellow indicating a low 50 red below 25 even down to zero stop and go out to the dublin interchanges traffic looks great even so about 680 has no problems but that was down 580 is a rough one. so by the way is a trip through hayward on the nimitz freeway. we are already backed up south and from san leandro down to the done are a bridge turnoffs. because of the northbound creche out what appeared coming at of new work it will be heavier than usual. so's your ride west bound to the san mateo bridge out of hayward and heading towards a toll plaza we have had people notice over the past week and a half their backups leading to the toll plaza on 92 westbound sometimes as far east is road.
trying to perhaps take advantage of lower toll's at the san mateo bridge. public transit is a good ride this morning no problems for bart or ace train this morning tells train reports on time performance. time for weather. >> san mateo bridge and san francisco of the james lick freeway fog is in the forecast everywhere in the bay area with some drizzle earlier this morning that fog is going to be late to burn off the good news we will see a warm-up. we will have sunshine in store for you. all looked at the fog you can see of fog trucker bay area salk didn't which fog at this point starting to see live by 9:00 a.m. but still fog sitting over the bay down the coast it won't mix out into about 11:00 today we will continue to see patchy fog and low clouds this evening current temperatures look like this pretty much in the '50s
looking at 54 1/2 monday 52 redwood city 56 in mountain view 53 of fairmont and 55 san jose. '70s in the north bay city 77 cattlemen and novato, making our way to the tenants peninsula 66 in daly city, 73 in san mateo, '60s and '70s as well across the bay 66 in oakland, 69 castro valley. inland a bit warmer '70s and '80s 79 in martinez, 82 pittsburgh, down to the south bay '70s and '80s 78 in cupertino, 77 in milpitas and in santa clara. 7 day around the bay continuing to see that you fog and low clouds to more but are warming begins into friday and into the weekend seemed high
80s and and i '70s run bay and '60s that the post carried >> some 53 developing story involving a man accused of trying to kill for officers during a shootout on 580 at 9:00 a.m. this man here byron williams will be in court to enter his plea. will tran is that the court has this morning in oakland with the latest. >> byron faces four counts of attempted murder of a peace officer. he also faces enhancements for firing a gun and wearing body armor. they only managed to stop him after shooting him in parts of his body that were not covered by the body armor. he was on the way to san francisco to kill workers he was bent on starting a revolution and he we plan to be on the court house when he enters his plea we will let you know whether it's guilty or not guilty. >> from oakland they are one
step closer to being the first city to authorize hold cells pot growing it would allow licensing for four hot red production plants in about a 5-2 in favor a plan the vote came after morning to are the public, and with speakers evenly divided between those are opposed and for the measure those again said it will put small growers out of business those for the plan say it would generate millions of dollars in taxes and sales and create hundreds of jobs. >> ordered supervisors closes a $483 million budget gap. prioritizes funding and public safety and fighting homelessness while protecting course services and not adding new taxes the downsizing is this budget also includes sharp cuts for hundreds of city workers
will be laid off. >> police are investigating whether excessive force was used in this stop that happened on sunday afternoon in this two officers were arrested a woman who was drunk and pushing a baby stroller this issue is shouting obscenities as they were covering her and tried water and a reserve she fought back and that is when one of the officers appears to throw her face forced to the ground in fact that's the one we are rewinding selling get a closer look at what happened. this the officer is being investigated so in the meantime he has been reassigned to desk duty what you don't see it is an ambulance takes a woman to the journal and she built one of the paramedics. on the way to the hospital. >> facebook pas post has a detective and trouble they found some of the comments made as in the corporate they one post he says people who carry on loaded
large part to the iphone for an eds ipad of all sizes sold 3.3 million ipad from april until june and iphone 61%. at the end of the corridor when they launch iphone 4. revenue increased 61% and that is far better than analysts had expected. yaw hutus says earnings were $213 million for the quarter that just ended in june that is 51% increase from the same time last year although it's less than what analysts had hoped for is still a sign tax sector is recovering from recession quicker than other economy. >> a big day for president barack obama he will sign a sweeping. the president signing of a landmark recalls that the toughest financial forms since aftermath of the great depression. the plan gives the
fed's new powers to close failing banks monitor consumer loans and regulate derivatives. >> california voters 71 percent are pro-choice and you feel pulled shows most republicans and moderate conservatives and people who plan on voting for republican are also pro-choice beard 80 percent are democrats and others likely to report for jury brown for governor and senator barbara boxer they are pro-choice and and 55 percent of republicans and others who plan to vote for made within and carli are least content with current abortion laws they sampled 1400 california and voters. >> we will be back with more of a couple of minutes look at weather and traffic this morning let's take a peek at the creek will mud creek as lenny of sunshine and you have company and 60 but traffic is
kron 4 morning news and 45 a big house but interstate 580 the west bound altamont to deliver more compelling there was a motorcycle accident hour-and-a- half ago the block lanes thankfully that has all gone and the heavy traffic remains from grambling to air way. you can see stop and go for the 580 westbound ride coming out of tracy things have improved at least for that portion of the commute. so by the way has the ride for 680 south no big delays getting down to is an all all the slow traffic there has taken pressure off the dublin interchange and connector ramp. not much better news for the nimitz freeway through a word are rollover accident vehicle ending up in the ditch on 880 northbound has gm deride
heading and of new work union city on 880 really slow traffic there heavier traffic in the southbound on 880. heavier than usual for westbound highway 92 headed out to the san mateo bridge. heading to the bay bridge and about the estimator and lights were activated at 620 this morning they were turned off about 35 minutes ago the meter lights were turned off at the bay bridge you see a bit of a back up performing in the westbound fast track lanes remember he used fast-track you can take any lanes during commute hours except for the commute lanes. leslie the ride through san jose 1 01 northbound showing slowing towards trembled liquorice otherwise passing guadalupe parkway no problems. now check on whether was christie. >> fog is hanging on this
morning just along the city skyline will continue to see fog later this afternoon it will be slow to burn off. the current temperature in san jose 55 degrees warming up to 72 by noontime and will hit 78 cold back down to 74 by 8:00 p.m. tonight your father is in a process for the next several hours you can see on fog trucker we are sought in through the bay area at this point it will list by 9:00 a.m. hanging on it along the coastline he won't be until 12:00 p.m. that it will receive back to the coastal we will see low clouds and patchy fog through the afternoon. in the '50s 58 in redwood city, oakland 58, 59 in hayward. your eyes today same as it were yesterday '70s and '80s and the north bay 79 said rosa, 77 in petaluma, down to the peninsula
60 degree readings at the coast , 61 pacific of, 73 san mateo, 65 richmond, 74 hayward, 69 castro valley. inland 80 degree readings will mccready, a danville 80, antioch 83. 77 in milpitas, 78 in san jose now for 7 day around the bay forecast continued to see that you fog tomorrow but that comes with a warm-up we will see high 80s inland i '70s that the bay and '60s that the coast plenty of sunshine for your weekend and beginning of your work week. >> the some 48 years around the bay a judge has denied use of a the fourth his request to represent himself against real estate fraud charges when making his decision he considered
allegations that he had tried to have witnesses killed so you can see himself even any special privileges. the real estate fraud case is one of the cases pending against bay who is also of ordering murders of two men. >> these two men start a fire outside. this was one of three small fires that were sent over nine the other two were near homes close to the uc-berkeley campus one of the fires burned a scooter and that brings the total to 13 fires now that have been set in this area since july 15th berkeley police are searching for the arsonist. >> we believe there is someone who is committing arson their
suspicious fires appeared we are concerned this continuous and it's possible that the structure could get involved to of the cases it was against a building in the building was charged but the response from the please determine and fired a from was so quick it was not able to ignite the structure. >> 10 of the fires have taken place in berkeley the other three were within berkeley campus. >> a flight headed from d.c. to l.a. hit bad turbulence 30 people were injured one of uncritically they were diverted to the airport. medical personnel waiting for the flight to land 26 passengers and four crewmembers were injured one of limited critical condition this morning they ultimately did make it to look alike. >> the number of police
officers to of died in a line of duty is up 43% so far this year the national law enforcement memorial fund says 87 officers died in line of duty between january 1st and june 30th that compares with 61 officers during the same time last year. california texas and florida has the most fatalities traffic accidents that should is are the top fatalities. 2010 could be the deadliest years for please. >> a quick break more headlines over night updates as well from washington where the house is holding a hearing to ensure basically those that have been impacted by the gulf oil spill kids justice whether financially or otherwise.
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middays this afternoon in these days '70s around the bay 60s along the coast that sunshine will come out in full force we have to burn off some fog we hold that pattern heading towards the weekend temperatures around the mid to upper 80s inland. despite these hot temperatures the bay area's actually experience a cool summer in 40 years really the wrong weather services since mid make the average high temperature in san jose has been below 77 degrees that is 3 degrees lower than the average since 1970 also energy use to compare to last summer in fact it was down 7 1/2% to assist a pass me. >> good news for services so they have placed seventh in the top 10 for friendly vegetarian cities. according to people for ethical treatment of animals survey. peter took into account the number of restaurants and
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freeway for while leaving traffic to just get by on the shoulder the crotch is now clearer. since you the remnants of small traffic. the back of is then surf there are located here in central livermore study's were really is but the back up reaches all the way back to baltimore at house of for the westbound 80 said. interstate 800 and overturn accident is still affecting traffic in both directions for the nimitz freeway north bank, the rabbitry hayward, union city and fremont still pretty well jim debt. we will take a look it your bay bridge pride. the traffic was still light that the meeting lights or actually. deactivate actually ashley deactivated before 8:00. it has been an
incident free trip across the deck all morning long. straight up, whether jackie is trustee. >> thank you, golden gate you concede that august's billing in here at the bridge, and your the bay area and other places as well. socked in with fought for the next couple of hours but will let the little later today. taking a look at those headlines are forecast continues to see fog and drizzle for a couple more hours late to drop we'll start see that more money. the gala dinner fog trackers we can see were the fog is sitting. currently throughout the bay area to carry out north bay sitting over the bay. it or see the little book by 9:00 but it won't be until 9:00, there will see receiving to the close. kron temperatures outside for the most are low-mid-60's a little bit of a warm-up. mostly '70s in the north bay topping out 77 in novato. 80 degrees in
fairfield. '60s, '70s pretty cool of the coast, 62 half moon bay looking at 73 san mateo, 66 daly city, 65 richmond 66 oakland and 67 in san leandro. inland we will see the '70s, '80s. 83 and antioch. make your way down to the south bay 70 families. 76 and san jose and morgan hill. continuing to see that patchy fog nice warmup highways inland. >> thank you, the big story that we're following byron williams is expected to appear in court just about an hour from now he
is charged with four counts of attempted murder for the interstates shootout with the house of patrol officers early sunday morning you're looking at some of the patrol cars that were damaged 150 rounds were fired during the shootout that lasted for 15 minutes. we now have learned where police say he was going. police say he was headed to the tides foundation. on the aclu. in san francisco, the city had planned to sit, wait until monday morning to wake of the open up this is verified by the evidence they found in this figure truck. . >> this was the were shooting out there we have had in an urban environment and civic as the bay area. >> chp officers and had pulled over for reckless driving he would have continued to carry
out his land. >> oakland now will starlights a single large scale processing of large scale of garments. they approved a plan to license for production plans were pot would be grown packaged and processed. each production plant would not favor toward thousand dollars in annual fees they would be heavily taxed and regulated. supporters say will create jobs and revenue opponents say it would put its markers are the business. one of the sponsor says it will not take effect on jan.. >> standards as the police are investigating one of those of its reserves use excessive force in this stop. it was caught on tape the two officers are arresting a woman, the broader down to the ground, police say she was drunk and pushing a baby stroller shedding obscenities as there were handcuffing her
nature to prayer in the cruiser. she fought back that is when one of the officers appears to throw her face down. the officer is being interviewed and investigated into this incident. he's been reassigned to desk duty. we do not see is an ambulance came and took the woman to standards as good general hospital during the ride she reportedly bid one of the paramedics. >> also an update on the story we've been following ac transit riders and may again experienced the third day of delays because our contract is today may be late, not sure about all because drivers are not showing up for work kron4 is will tran reports. >> ac transit officials say monday, tuesday it appears to hundred ac transit driver is also calling in sick today. the
drivers and the agencies are currently embroiled in a labor dispute. some rask writers might not be convened in convenience because the drivers on their route might actually show up. as far as the rosa could be affected of it is too early to tell at this point because it is an unfolding situation. agency allows its workers to call in sick for three days but on the fourth day they need a doctor's note. now this is the third day. even then he cannot be sure that this the end of it because the workers could be engaged in what is described as a rolling sickout. oakland, will trent, kron4 news. >> we'll be back with more in just a couple of minutes a live look from mt. tam kim things are
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financial results governor wall street today's signing of a landmark event he calls legislation the toughest financial reforms since the aftermath of the great russian the plan gives them new powers to close. and regulators. the senate is expected to pass a bill that would extend benefits for some 2.5 million americans so far exhausted their current benefits therefore is to push through that extension is this agreed eight extension in the last two years a total cost of a hundred and $22. and when he gives congress an update on the health of the economy, the appearance comes as the economy is losing momentum and there is a growing and feared it could stall here is a live look at the
big board back in the negative territory, and it's been kind of volatile positive, now back-the dow is down 21 points. this as various earning reports come out for various companies. we had a pretty good one for map of the bid ago. >> apple says that its fiscal third quarter net income rose 78% to more than $3 billion that is thanks to sales of the iphone for in the ipad. it sold 3.3 million ipad in april through june. iphone sales rose 61% with a boost at the end of the quarter from the launch of the iphone-4. overall revenue increased 61% to 15.3 billion. better than analysts had expected. yahoos says it earned two under and $17 million in the three months ending in june 1st that is a 51% increase was same time last year. that's less than
allison hopes but the tech center is recovering. a little quicker than other parts. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news more or brian headlines as we had after break a real look at the south bay no. 1101 is moving fairly well known major backup storage is keeping an eye. we'll get the word from him coming up and the world according to gary coming up three minutes from now. ( barking )
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who are these people? they're the unions and special interests behind jerry brown. they want jerry brown because, he won't "rock the boat," in sacramento. he'll be the same as he ever was. high taxes. lost jobs. big pensions for state employees. the special interests have chosen their governor. how about you? 814 and had to say good morning to gary. >> talk a little baseball a's are beating the reds at school. let's go to the hood giant, i touch a number people last night hours during the post-game show and i hear your records on their no one has seen that happen or someone went to the mound. first off auriana is or forget it. >> right we have two different
meanings. but when they threw the guys out of the game and in juratory the manager of the diners club ties to go after they were warned. that opens the door for a guy to go up on the mound, when he turned around and came back a second time you have to pull your picture of you can only visit twice. call the morning he said he went to run twice. >> that the flow of the best pitcher. >> but he really didn't. >> he went away the second and turned around again. there is kind of like the war, mounting. >> once you leave the dirt, there is in that stand he did not get a lot of love it was genius last night for calling in on it he done it once before, we
think you'll everything is sure where the big deal that was, by them during a dianne tensely hitting him. that the byrd trio. and a guy who is never manager for a takeover he's the guy who made the mistake. >> and then you can add the fact that they stick this picture on an armory he has not been warming up, he gets to-3 patches. >> i think the way were tuning had three pitchers and the golden to warm up. then the camera here >> i hate to get the labor and the five but i'm sitting around with a bunch of guys who grew up playing baseball. nobody knew what was going on. they had to honestly the camera had to tweet it and from a roll. >> man. i guess there's a lot to
know about the amount rows. i read about the dollar walking. >> what it did those aggressive growth in the bay area all the giants, the dodgers that has always been in the robbery the way they switched teams all the time tenures were used to be in the last night last year. >> another bay area favorite. usc. usc is now giving back a heisman trophy. they're also taking down his jersey from their lobby. all day out, new delhi in. first uses for-yen, then the heisman. >> and now the shirts. what that shows is they know right away to the was caught red handed. sometimes it's one of those we
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slowest traffic in the bay area is still a livermore an early- morning a motorcycle accident shut down the westbound lane and all the of the afternoon has been clear for an hour-and-a- half traffic remained slow coming to livermore and is backed up nearly to the altman passed for the westbound 580 ride. none is still slowing hayward and we'll have the complete traffic extra the head. here's chris with a look to the weather. >> thank you, the morning fog that we've seen is starting to
burn off. the nice warmup for your weekend high 80s inland high seventies around the bay '60s that the coast. continue to see some partly sunny skies as a maker way into the beginning of the work week. james. for >> thank you, the controversy over pg&e sought meters is heating up in the north bay the board of supervisors unanimously voted to approve proposal that would halt utility company from moving. the board says it wants more studies done for the health and safety of these meters in fact the approved a two page that pass for a moratorium. that letter must go to the california public utilities in committee they will have the altman say on whether not these meters continue to be installed. they have a similar stance year protesters rowing against these meters or carrying signs of the red " smart readers are dumb, dangers " we had a chance to
talk to one of those she says she is most worried about the public health problems that these are matters bros. >> the biggest goal here is that smaller meters are being deployed in every home. without any testing for human health impact so we have no impact on what the radiation is right to do. >> project was led by a member of teens' turning green did hopes for environmental safety in schools and communities. >> we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. taking a live look outside the golden gate, kind of like yesterday it bought more stock than later on in the morning you could see the fog building here traffic is also building pretty heavy and the bridge now. you bet.
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there a lately have been incidents pripet the bay bridge this morning. time for a checked with weather. if >> thank you george, plenty of by get their here's a shot of the sam taylor bridge not only sons fought here but throughout the rest of the bay area that is in the bill will lead to or not this morning current temperature duty degrees, warming up to 65 by noontime
high of 73. let us take a look at these fog reconditions kron4 director you can see it set for 8:00 throughout the bay area sitting over the bay and down along the coast, stirred see it makes out by 9:00, natalie later that we see a receipt to the coast. how to fog and low clouds which will return this evening and into tomorrow. tuesday's three and redwood city 57 amount view and 55 in san jose. as for today are going to be about the same as it were yesterday seven is in the north bay 77 in novato. 76 a mill valley making our way down to the peninsula '60s and '70s. 74 in receipt. over the a side of the baby go '60s, '70s. 74 in hayward, a
little bit warmer in our inland sponsored the a eight year degree readings. dingell, san ramon. now we go to the sub bay where we seem more '70s and '80s. 81 in campbell 77 at milpitas. will here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. continue to see how to far to arm morning warm-up in our temperatures high 80s. >> live to president barack obama who is designing the writ financial return reform bill. let's listen. >> thank you it very much. (applause) thank you. (applause) thank you. (applause) every please embassy. (applause) good morning ride. >> good morning. >> we are gathered in the art of our nation's capital surrounded by memorials to leaders and
citizens deserve coronation in its earliest days in its days think it struck. today. over the past two years we have faced the worst recession since the great depression. a million people lost their jobs. tens of millions of the value of their homes and retirement savings from it. tallis' businesses had been unable to get the loans they need and many have been forced to shut their doors. and of your economy is growing again to many people are still filling the vein of the downturn. now, will number of lawyers led to such as of your fat session the primary cause was a breakdown of our financial system. i was a crisis born of a
failure of the probability from certain corners of wall street into paul's bar of washington. for years our financial sector was governed by integrated and poorly enforced rules that allowed some to gain the system and take risks and endanger the entire economy. an * lenders balked consumers into complex loans with hidden cause. firms like aig place massive risk- taking invest with our money. and while the roles left abuse and access unchecked they also left taxpayers on the hook if the big bank or financial institution built. now even before the crisis set i went to wall street and i called for common sense reforms to protect consumers and our economy as a whole. and soon after taking
office uproars a set of reforms to empower consumers and investors. to bring the shattered deals that caused this crisis and light of day. to the stock to a taxpayer bailout ones and fraud. (applause) today, thanks to a lot of people in this room those reforms will become the law of the land. for last year chairman bernie frank have worked day and night. (applause) (applause)
(cheering) (applause) (applause) >> bernie and chris have more to the ana to reroute this reform. i am from a grateful to them. i would be remiss if i did not also express my appreciation to senator harry reid and speaker nancy pelosi. (applause) it would not happen to them. (applause) (applause) passing
this bill was no easy task. to get there we had to overcome the fear is lobbying. 7 array of powerful interest groups. and a person minority determined to block change. so the members are here say both on stage in the audience they have done a great service in the voting so much time and expertise to this effort. to looking out for the republicans and not the special interests. (applause) and i also
want to sink its rear row consignors who represents a broadside and voted for reform (applause) we're grateful saddam chaired and the republican health coverage could see a joke. (applause) now let's put this in perspective subaltern nation's ability to grow there are a lot of banks that understand and fulfill and there
are whole lot of bankers at their wanted to write and do right by their customers. this form will help foster innovation not hamper. it is designed to make sure there but it follows the same set of rules so they compete on price and quality not on drugs and drought-stricken in demand accountability and responsibility from everyone. certainty to everyone from vigors to farmers, and the less your business model depends on cutting corners or milking your customers you have done nothing to fear from reform. (applause) (applause) now for all of those americans who are wondering
what was to reform means for you here's reid expects, if you ever applied for credit card and a student loan or a mortgage you know the feeling of signing your name pages the barely understandable fine print, what often happens as a result is that many americans are caught by hidden fees and penalties or saddled with loans it cannot afford. that is what happened to robin. hit with a master rate increase on our credit card balance even though she paid her bills on time that is what happened to ensure. who had discovered hundreds of dollars an overdraft fees on his bay state and these he had no idea he would face. both are here today. well with this fall under various types like the one that rabin will and for good. (applause) oracle and we will
ensure that people like andrew are not and would like caught by overdraft fees when they sign up for a checking account. (applause) with this law we crack down on abusive practices in the mortgage industry. we make sure the contractor simpler putting an end to many and complex these mortgages to people know what they're signing with this law students to take out loans override it clear, concise information about their obligations. and with this lock, ordinary investors like seniors folks saving for retirement will be able to receive more information about
the cost and risk of mutual funds and other products so that they can make better financial decisions as to what will work for them. it is all told these reforms represent the strongest consumer financial protection industry. (applause) in history. (applause) (applause) >> and these protections will be enforced by new consumer watchdog which is one job looking out for people, not big banks not lenders looking out for people as they interact with the financial system. that is not as good versus consumers that is good for the economy because reform will put a stop to allow the babylon's that fuelled a debt based country. it will mean all companies want to see customers by offering better
products and said more deceptive ones. now beyond the consumer protection by airlines reform will also rain in the abuse and access that nearly brought down our financial system it will finally bring transparency to the kinds of complex, risky transactions up triggered a financial crisis. shareholders will also have a greater say on that day of ceos and other executives said they can reward success and said of failure. and finally because of the slot the american people will never again be asked to foot the bill for wall street's mistakes. there will be no more tax funded bailout. >> (applause) (applause)
(applause)z you're listening live again from washington as president barack obama under some comments in advance of his signing the new financial reform bill into law as you heard him out line it will give the government a lot more power to try and control how wall street works and hopefully prevent another meltdown we'll be right works and hopefully prevent another meltdown we'll be right back. x?
down the freeway pretty neat. you can see the slowing is still working its way westward through central livermore it from the san ramon valley on interstate 600 at stone valley road we'll get to that moment for sunset dinner either hot spot the ride on the nimitz freeway heavy traffic stills of mount all we had a san leandro. down towards union sitting york and the northbound ride is pretty badly backed up the northbound crash still in the clearing stages at will. overturn vehicles and ended up in a ditch the court or commute south bundy 0 still quite heavy here's this exceeds your problem an accident at stone valley road is such a big rig crashed it occurred on the northbound side but as you can see it is affecting traffic in both directions north and sell. the ride from almost incidental and from san ramon to danville on the northbound side. should we get to weather next? or back
to the anchors of >> a let's go weather> taking a live look outside, overcast and fahd starting to lift your current temperatures rainout in walnut creek 58 degrees we're warming of 76 by noontime-80 cooley back down 75 by 8:00 p.m. the fog is still persisting widespread in the a clock tower will see a lifting a little bit by 9:00 proceeding to the closed by 11 we will continue to see those low clouds and patchy fog. current conditions pretty much in the low-mid-60s 52 and half moon bay 57 amount you 54 fremont your eyes for today and in similar to yesterday keeping the '70s and the north bay 77 am petaluma 79 and sonoma and 70 napa taking it on down rosa in the '60s, '70s seeing it more readings as a maker we inland. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. patchy fog from morning and we're warming up in
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www.youtube.com sparking conferencing. police are telling us where byron williams was cited with guns and body armor before he got into that gun battle. james. >> the latest on the hot spot bring in the east bay george. >> a. james, said there will not only going to update the hotspot we have for so long on 5800 will have to talk words and new forms as well but first of the ride on livermore passed here at the old farmhouse rather into livermore you see just how slowly this traffic is still moving this is sort of a rebound back up things said cleared up pretty nicely and once the exit was completely cleared. things are slowing down again. the pressure about sort of released little another slow traffic is working its way westbound from heavy traffic all the way down to the floor of the livermore valley as we had to drive a tractor you will see
that the nimitz freeway will wetter in the northbound direction is still slow on the southbound side but now we're back to looking at the usual heavy traffic that we would see into fremont for the southbound ride here's the new from, new hotspot interstate 680 that is in the san ramon valley where a southbound the crash is still trying a traffic in both directions so it is slow know of walnut creek into alamo on the northbound side and another new hot spot this time in vallejo where on interstate 0 westbound before cortines bridge toll plaza a car is on its side in blocking the two middle lanes emergency vehicles here have more than the middle lanes blocked so traffic is just getting by on the shoulder coming at a vallejo and heading to solano into contra costa and alameda counties. let's get a weather check and say good morning to louisa.
>> good morning george. it is a leather day with low clouds, fog, or cast we're getting used to take a live edition of the golden gate, shrouded in fog cars just kind of appealing it is going to be slow to left continuing to see it stick around recondition since the afternoon this is were dead sea breeze that really brought the fog inland. starting to warm it up as we head into tomorrow tempters stay cool for today but tomorrow just a gradual warming of here's a look of your far darker set for this hour shelling is really were much of the fog is. we really seen that led up to the north bay but still continuing to see it hang on red on duties bay and the peninsula. looks like keeping your 10:00 hour will continue to see far greater around the bay and then decide to continue to stick around a clothesline. current temperatures 52 san francisco. 53 redwood city, 58
oakland, 59 hayward, 56 livermore, 55 san jose, 55 s. los gatos. afternoon highs, it will be cool out there. 7 and chrysler to warm temperatures only getting into the upper seventies to santa rosa. 76 and cinephile and dial on the peninsula pretty cool of their 62 for san francisco lows 63 along the coast. and still even sitting in the '60s for the east bay. topping up around 66 for oakland. adding further in leinster to warm up ever so slightly still this kind of sticking in low 80 is written to the san ramon valley and santa clara valley temperatures topping out in the upper 70's and. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. gradual increase day by day as to get towards the weekend those temperatures will finally get into the upper 80s. upper seventies around the bay '60s for the coast quick look out here in in the gulf of mexico
where we are not wanting that severe weather the we're getting it. southeastern texas severe storms, heavy rain, thunderstorms all the way into your lens rear of the coast so the hope is now that it will hinder efforts in the gulf coast. darya. >> thank you, are developing story involving the man accused of trying to kill for chp officers during a shootout on 580 right now 45 year-old byron williams is in court to enter his plea. . byron williams faces four counts of attempted murder. chp officers say they only managed to stop williams after shooting him in parts of his body there were not covered. authorities say he was on his way to san francisco to kill workers from the aclu as well as
an environmental foundation. he was bent on starting a revolution, we plan to be in the court house when he enters his play a lilly know if it is guilty or not guilty. reporting from oakland will chant. >> oakland will stir leasing or licensing dealers processing of medical marijuana they voted 5-2 to approve a plan. probably grown from a package, process it to these plans would have to process over and dollars in fees and the heavily taxed and regulated. supporters say it creates jobs and revenue one of the sponsors say the measures won't take effect of jenrette that will give the council time to come up with a plan. san francisco police are investigating whether one of its officers used excessive force in this arrest of a woman on sunday
afternoon. that is now circulating un www.youtube.com trunk m pushing a baby stroller as a tank after. they say she thought back. that is when one of the officers appears to throw our face first into the ground will run this century again, the officer is being investigated rain now this is being reassigned you could very well see a third day of delays because ongoing labor dispute. >> when by busters participated in the sickout. it calls for a wage freeze changes and overtime pay the city of oakland has
delayed until july 30th as a ruling on whether to throw out the new contract which was imposed by ec transit the ac transit cells says it is sorry for the delay is that people are experiencing it will force them to live up jurors and they don't want to do that. >> president barack obama has signed a sweeping overhaul of the financial rules that govern wall street the presences today's signing will create the strongest financial protection for consumers in history let's listen. >> this reform will help foster innovation not hamper. it is designed to make sure that everyone falls the same set of rules, so the firms compete on price and quality not on trucks and not on traps. it demands accountability, responsibility, from everybody. it provides certain deep to everybody from
bankers, farmers, business owner,, consumers, unless your business model depends on cutting corners or milking a customers you have done nothing to fear from reform. >> law comes almost two years after the severe well done in 2008 it was felt around the globe. >> we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. .
federal reserve is expected to downplay the double dip recession when he gives congress and update on the health of the economy it comes as the economy is losing a little bit of momentum and their fears going that it could stall. the fed is poised act if the economy worsens, the new there's a breaker. the senate is expected
to pass a bill today that would extend unemployment benefits for some 25 5 million americans, who have thus far exhausted their benefits. senate democrats are forced to prove that of. after breaking a filibuster this to be the eighth extension of benefits in the last two years for a total cost of $120 billion. >> we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. with the very latest developing news that is happening this morning and all the headlines from overnight as well, in the meantime taking a look at traffic on 1012 san jose lots of sunshine or the libyan leader in lights are not on and traffic is moving smoothly. our real national pastime?
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again starting to improve ever slow slightly but the delay still reach back into the altman passed for the westbound 580 ride and continuing to dublin. believe it or not this is just one of a number of hog sponsoring now that we are tracking. the run and interstate 80 another serious accident with the vehicle on its side and magazine street so the drive leading down towards the cortines bridge is becoming jammed up with traffic on the will to get by on the road shoulder. accident on the nimitz freeway continue to delay the ride and 800 northbound it was said oak street by the vehicle there are blocked at least one and possibly to lanes of traffic so the nimitz and northbound is a virtual parking lot from before the coliseum up to and through downtown oakland the nimitz in hayward still heavy on the southbound direction but the northbound ride has cleared at least. that is a bit of good news. but there
now delays and that are expected 480 on the highway 237 where on the westbound direction an accident has been reported again involving a vehicle overturned a blocking lanes. we expect it will get worse before it gets better. but there are a live camera this is not a brow ride as you can see past the guadalupe parkway will even with the meeting liked haven't and we're off. this is one of the letter read in the bay area. here in san jose. >> even producing a little bit of drizzle some starting to let up and it's out. by noon time
getting up to 57 high- temperature today 62, back down again in the upper 50s viator kron4. future cast for a showing as fog really kinda just sitting over the bay to the peninsula continuing to receive at the 10:00 hour and excel by about 11:00 we will continue with those low clouds hugging the coast line through much of the day and just a little bit of overcast conditions. 52 and san francisco oakland, hayward 63 readings. in livermore. '60s for mountain view and los gatos. '70s there santa rosa down and down from mill valley tapping around 67 degrees, along the peninsula much cooler 52 for san francisco, low 60s or along the
coast, and even into these a we're seeing cooler conditions as well. 64 berkeley. 65 richmond 7. for hayward. 74 fremont. 83 today and antioch, 82 pittsburgh. down into the cell bay upper 60s here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. may not be that noticeable as it did degrees are only warming up every day. patchy fog burning off and we afternoon partly cloudy by the weekend. james. >> thank you not the latest of the gulf oil spill a relief tunnel should reach bt's broken well by this weekend which means that the gesture could be stopped for good. the risk of a bigger blow is minimal they're beginning to pump mud into that will permanently seal it. bp has
been granted 24 hours to keep that cap in place again it is just temporary. so far progress is good. >> an update today on the former seventh as crime lab technician deborah madden if the state attorney general's office is now deciding whether or not to prosecute gavin. police are saying they're still waiting on outside kron labs that are testing evidence before they can close the case she admitted to taking small amounts of cocaine and that would've been otherwise turn away. san francisco police are investigating to armed bank robbery they think it is the same woman who hit both banks she's as far as i said bennett or white. five of 330 crowns has warned, read to declare police think that she is the one who rob to bankamerica's and the other on july 16th to one on july 12th. those three she showed the teller a black
semiautomatics can then demanded money and ran after the man believed to be her accomplice. the board of supervisors there unanimously voted a proposal that would halt the utility company from installing any more sklar meters. the board says the more studies are needed. especially if you look into the health matters they proved that to page letter which jos from moratorium on the installation of. it will go to the utility commission and they will have the ultimate say launch around, carrying signs saying these marketers are " dumped on the dangers " more than 30 people marched down van ness. their lead for a member of teen's turning green that's about that pushes for environmental safety. >> will have more in just a couple of minutes to an eye on the dow which is not doing too much. socked in with the dogs,.
the automat, as we continue to attract a new and significant hot spot the nimitz freeway a multicar crash at out street a block to lanes of traffic now clear from the lanes is backed up toward renewable guards stopped on the nimitz freeway northbound. the sun early hotspot will have a plate check coming out. >> thank you, a baseball starting with the giants there were tensions running high 10 linton not himself, down 51 then he hits my count both benches are wanted someone else gets it there will be injected and the managers go with them. per-share hit the air and rollins he is gone so is a tory now on the
ninth inning now this is something you do not see every day this is loaning acting dunnage manager goes demand heads back to the doctor turns around and i forgot something, says back on the mound he cannot do that. reds manager sees it coming katzes it calls on and into early lead to go the ahmanson inning if you go out and touched my again it counts as a separate trip there did change their up richard. the data down one the picture comes then gatt and the love shields drive it into one trends when it. >> in an nanette. they go those roles. >> cruz man is off hit a two-out rbi it said these rally to beat 5-for the sox took a 4 lead they tied it up in the third, and
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temperatures warming up getting closer to 60 degree mark. 72 by noontime today 78 and 74 by 8:00 p.m.. that camera is shaking so there is a bit of a breeze out there. that should pick up and the afternoon. the fog rainout stock to the east bay in the peninsula. your 7 day around the bay we are showing fog and drizzle for this morning the temperatures are cool then there is a slow gradual warming trend heading through thursday and friday. tomorrow morning patchy fog warming trend continues right toward your friday, saturday by the weekend we should talk about with temperatures upper 80s getting close to 90. not quite getting their inland upper '70s for the bay '60s around the coast. we call it off as we head into next week. james. >> big story we followed the suspect in the 580 shooting byron williams he is expected to
be in court at 9:00 a.m. he was expected to enter a plea we are keeping our eye on this charge with four counts of attempted murder for the interest date shootings with chp 150 rounds were fired during the 15 minute shootout. we find out where williams was headed. tides foundation and the aclu office where he was planning to sit and wait until it opened where he planned to gun down employees. that information verified by the information he found in his pickup he was driving. >> oakland will licensing america met a growing of medical marijuana in a 5-2 votes they approved a plan to license for plants where paul will be ground packaged and purchased. each plant will have to pay over $200,000 in annual fees and they would be responsible for heavy
taxes and regulation they say will create jobs and revenue for oakland opponents argued it would put small growers out of business. one of the sponsors of the plan says it will not take effect until jan. giving counsel time to give up for a plan for medium grovers as well. >> they are investigating whether one officer used excessive force. take a look at this. an officer throwing the suspect to the ground it was a woman they were arresting police said she was drunk pushing a stroller shouting obscenities resisting as they were handcuffed and current she fought back and that's when the officer. we will replace it. that's when the officer dealing with her throws her face first into the ground. again she is handcuffed that's why criticism this morning the officer in question has been put on desk duty well they are investigating you don't see it in the video but an ambulance came and took her to hospital
for treatment reportedly well on route to she bit one of the paramedics. >> facebook post as a palo alto please officer in hot water. some comments by detectives that inappropriate. one suggestion of people who carry an loaded firearm should be shot. police chief will decide what action to take. >> 935 renown update on a store we have the following for several days this morning ac transit riders may experience a third day of delays because of a contract dispute. buses may be late or not show up at all because drivers are not showing up for work. will tran reports. >> ac transit say led monday and tuesday it appears to hundred ac drivers are calling in sick today the drivers and the agency are currently involved in a labor dispute. the ac transit spokesman says the best writers
might not be inconvenienced because of drivers on their roads they may be showing up today as ours the roads that could be affected. is too early to tell this point because it's an unfolding situation. the agency allows three sick days but on the fourth day they need a doctor's note. but this is the third day but even then he can be sure if this is the end of it because he says the workers could be engaged in was described as a whirling sickout. reporting from oakland well trend >> 936 we will be back with more headlines in a moment live look at the san mateo bridge we are checking traffic here following a handful hot spots in east bay george keeping an eye on those he will give you a full update coming up.
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parking lot coming out of san leandro alder way through oakland pass the coliseum. the good news the accident the block to lanes it is now cleared not only from lanes but from the roadway. complete traffic check coming up with more hot spots as well. james. >> much to talk about whether hot temperatures may need to do think it's been more than usual but this is actually one of the cool summers in 40 years. since mid may the average temperature and sick cities like san francisco has been 77 degrees 3 degrees below the average since 1970. energy use is down 74 percent compared to last summer. >> another knows a judge has denied former muslim bakery leader his request to represent himself against real-estate
fraud charges. he said amid allegations he tried to have witnesses in an unrelated trial murder case killed he cannot be trusted. he is suspected of using his former lawyer to smuggle to witnesses in the murder case to a man who calls himself no. one shoulder the fraud case is one of the cases pending in against bay whose church with ordering the murders three people. >> two men who started a fire in a garbage can justice at a berkeley market on telegraph avenue about 4:00 yesterday morning this is one of three small fires that were sent over night this the other two were near homes close to uc-berkeley one actually burned a scooter that was per parked behind. it brings the total fires to 13 that has been said in an area since july 15th police looking for suspects. >> we believe there is someone
who is committing arson they're suspicious fires. we are concerned with the series continues in that it's possible structure could get involved in two of the cases the recycling bins were against the building the building started to get turned but the response from the place and the fire department was so quick that it was not able to ignite the structure. >> 10 of the fires have taken place in berkeley the other three within boundary of berkeley campus. >> governor or arnold schwarzenegger is nominating third district court of appeals judge to become the next chief justice she will become the first philippine american to lead. also give the supreme court a female majority in its history. she is a graduate of she's a republican. she would
replace ron george. >> president of and some blue cross of california is resigning after an attempted raid increase it was a poster troffer out of control health-care costs. she announced yesterday she was with blue cross for two years in the summer released a statement thanking her for her leadership. >> harold secretary of state hillary clinton says washington will impose new sanctions on north korea. those sanctions are part of a series of measures designed to stop the new killer weapons program and keep it from selling dangerous technology. severe flooding in china kills 700 people so far this year officials said the heaviest rain is yet to come typhoon system is under way. it has been plagued by the flooding 25 rivers have seen record high levels. 943 is
we continue to track multiple hot spot this morning on kron 4 morning news first the nimitz freeway starting to see improvement at the north end of the ride. from high street back towards 90 you will still be in extremely slow traffic out of san leandro through oakland on nimitz freeway. the accident because this back up has been cleared from the lanes. the lay all the traffic backup continues to build through vallejo. but it
back to traffic maps. if we can go back and pick up traffic trucker. interstate 80 through vallejo you can see it is backing up all the way to highway 37 within overturn accident that virtually blocks the road way just before the bridge and chess magazine. the nimitz freeway jamming up through milpitas because of problems westbound on highway 237 this at the bottom of the bells appeared is the milpitas expressway westbound and accident has backed up traffic on to than the midst south bound on to fremont. there ride through the vermont more. yoli showing us the shot we are seeing some improvement on the
580 ride since the 6:00 hour it has been jammed up out past livermore. jan, there's we head to the weather center. >> we are seeing what might be a bit of sunshine not here however this is the golden gate bridge still sought in local clouds and fog plaguing us for the past couple of days producing some drizzle. the will be breezy into the afternoon slide warm up tomorrow. set for 9:00 hour still showing us where we're dealing with the most fog through the golden gate bridge and the bay bridge as well in to these bay and along the peninsula by 10:00 we see received over more mixing out seeing sunshine clearing through the north bay in the portions of these bay is well. mixing up by the 11:00 hour. here temperatures still in the '50s really slow to warm this on an seeing '60s the there in
concord, livermore down and to the south bay to starting to jump into the 60 degree mark into los gatos as well into the afternoon highs getting into the upper '70's through much of the north bay down in san rafael cooler coming in rows 76 degrees the peninsula showing as cool temperatures as well 62 in san francisco along the coastline low 60s jumping up and to the '70s through san mateo the space still cool in berkeley in oakland and also the alameda coming in rows 74 and the san ramon valley topping out in the '80s so a bit more comfortable in the san ramon valley into santa clara temperatures upper 70's and low 80s. a look at the 7 day around the bay showing consistent weather over the next couple of days just gradual warm up as we head towards we can hardly clouded expected for the sunday. >> 950 rain our relief tunnel
should be reached be peace broken wall by the weekend that means the gusher could be stopped for good within two weeks. the government said engineers concluded their risk of a bigger blow out is minimum so they are trying going getting close to pumping money into calling the cap is just a temporary fix the relief wells is necessary to plug the will permanently. >> federal officials has ordered u.s. airlines to step up inspections on over hundred boeing 767 looking for cracks that could cause their engines to fall off. the safety order affects 138 planes registered in the united states edible global fleet of 314 planes. the other countries also have followed the safety of regulations. >> is not going to testify is
corruption trial he said he wanted to take the stand in his own defense so he could set their record straight but is attorneys say they rest their case without calling a witness. he has pleaded not guilty to scheming to sell or trade and an appointment to president of mama's senate seat. >> we will take a break on a shot high above mount tam showing us the marine layer dealing with that all morning
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albuquerque new mexico, when considering each city it took into account a number of things there should tyrian restaurants and many restaurants they had also how many per capita. cities >> capping it down on littered stanley robins taking a closer look. >>this is a trash bag full of garbage sitting at the end of the road in pittsburgh, above it a sign that in part reads no dumping. this is a different sign located on kurterpass road in concord, the sign reads $1000 find for littering. and i ask a few people in need news the difference between the littering and dumping? and some seemed a bit puzzled. first off, littering and dumping are similar in one aspect they are both illegal. but they do have differences for example, if you toss one rusty nail out your car window that would be littering. but unloaded bucket of rusting nails, illegal dumping. toss a can of beer on
the ground, littering. toss a full can of paint, or containers of motor oil, illegal dumping. if some papers blow about the bed of your truck that would be considered littering, but a mattress illegal dumping. you may get fined if you are caught littering, but if you are caught leaving a couch well that could mean jail time. with all the cities and counties in the bay area scrambling to find money for vital services, like police and fire, the money that they spent to clean up illegally dumped items do not help the situation. and the worst part, a lot of the dump items i have found a appeared to come from construction jobs like these rocks. but you can help, if someone is doing construction on your home, ask them where they are dumping the debris and ask for proof. contra costa county, stanley roberts, kron4 news. 957 alive look at westbound 80
approach to the bay bridge toll plaza so far so good we may see the second wave come through. also attracting hot spots in [ meg whitman ] if we could only do one thing, putting people back to work would be the most important thing. the human cost of 2 million californians out of work is devastating, and i think, often, politicians forget about that because they don't see it every day. i see it every day. i think raising taxes on californians today is absolutely the wrong thing to do. we have to streamline regulations, we have to cut taxes for businesses, and then we have to stand up and compete. california needs to lead the nation again, and i think we can do it.
good morning 10:00 in the top stars at this hour inside into where byron williams was going the night he got into a gun battle was chp officers. oakland city council changing the rules for growing and selling medical marijuana. president barack obama signing a sweeping overhaul of the financial rules that govern wall street into law. we will tell you how that affects you appeared first one is see traffic is affected this morning george juggling three different hot spots. >> this late in the commune we see this much slow traffic we do starting with the nimitz freeway probably where most
people are affected out of san leandro still backed up farther south in the back up the heavier the traffic if you will be leaving in a half-hour it probably will of cleared up by then but leaving within 30 minutes use 580 instead of the nimitz freeway north down and save yourself time. tracking are there hot spot through vallejo westbound their roadways virtually shut down because of a crash it is backed up the traffic beyond 37 almost two american canyon for the west bound 80. not the last of our house bought lookit this ride for fremont headed down to milpitas it was an active and not on an immense but on 237 that backed it up. so much of that traffic off of the nimitz is headed to the milpitas expressway. the first hot spot was 580 this has cleared out at
last coming out of altamont you are no longer delayed heading into downtown livermore. bay bridge and the westbound ride once again we get the second wave back up if off third for the first time since about 630 we are seeing a bit of a back up a few cars behind at the toll plaza not a serious problem but interesting to note a lot of people are waiting until after 10:00 to take advantage of the $2 toll reduction. public transit in jordan as commit this morning no problems there. time for weather at tenneco >> we are starting to see the fog cleared out none of the golden gate bridge but elsewhere we are seeing eye sunshine piercing breezy conditions as well those will persist into the wheat afternoon local roads and fog continuing until late morning breezy this afternoon
the mostly warm-up leading into a nice warm weekend. the wind speeds we see right now will look at the fog first. 10:00 a.m. in shows the fog off the bay but it is near the coast line as we move into the 11:00 our continuing to see patchy fog and low clouds return tonight and be back in our forecast more morning. when speed is the worst again look at particularly windy in fairfield 26 mi. an hour winds. continuing to be breezy until this afternoon. current temperatures mid-50s to low 60s 57 redwood city, 59 fairfield, 61 livermore, your eyes today will be similar to what was diastase 77 in a bottle, 72 of vallejo,, cool conditions at the close 61 pacifica, ocean beach
60, kelley also 77, '60s and '70s on the other side of the bake 65 in richmond, castro valley 69, fremont 74. at&t and bell, pittsburgh 82, livermore 82. 73 mountain view 77 sunnyvale. 78 and san jose. here kron 7 day around the bay forecast continuing to see back to fog but nice warm temperatures are in store high 80s inland cities around the bay and '60s that the coast. >> 10 04 right now developing story we're following involving the man accused of trying to kill for chp officers issued on 580. he appeared in court this morning to enter a plea 45 year- old byron williams is that the court house. >> byron williams faces four
counts of attempted murder he faces a enhancements for firing a gun as well is wearing body armor. chp officers say they only managed to stop williams after shooting him in parts of his body the was not covered with the armor. house in san francisco to kill workers from the aclu as well as an environmental foundation he was bent on starting a revolution he we plan on being in the court as when he enters a plea and we will let you know what that is. reporting from oakland will tran kron 4 news >> another big story out of oakland they are pointed star licensing large cell processing of medical marijuana it was a 5- 2 vote last night's city council approved licensing for plants where it will be grown packaged and processed plant has to pay $200,000 in annual fees, it will be heavily taxed and regulators.
it will create jobs and revenue for oakland but opponents say will put small pot growers out of business. the measures act and to take effect until january and that will give it time for medium-size growers. sampras's go police are investigating whether one of its officers used force. it happened sunday afternoon it was a woman arrested two officers arresting her they say she was drunk and paste pushing a baby stroller she was shouting obscenities she's fought back and that is when it looks like one of the officers put her down face first on the ground. we reminded so you could see. the officer is being investigated right now so he is reassigned to desk. also we don't see on the tape is an ambulance came to take the woman to the hospital and on the way she bit one of the paramedics.
president barack obama early this morning signed into law a sweeping overhaul of the financial rules that govern wall street. the president says today's signing is going to create the strongest financial protection for consumers in history. >> this reform will help foster innovation not hamper. it is designed to make sure that everybody follows the same set of rules. so that firms compete on price and quality not on tracks and not on it demands of accountability and responsibility from everyone. it provide certainty to everybody from bankers to farmers the business owners to consumers. in less your model to assist of cutting corners or multi-year customers there's nothing to fear. >> he signed the bill into law
ac transit is warming passengers could see its third day of delays due to the labor dispute yesterday one in every five bus drivers participated in a sickout ended not shop for the drivers are upset over the terms of their new contract which was imposed on them over the weekend it calls for wage freeze changes in overtime pay and copays for employee health care. the city has delayed until july 30th the ruling on whether to throw out the contract ac transit's as they are sorry for riders being stranded and if it is overturned drivers are going to face layoffs appeared the big board this morning has not been doing too much you can see now is up less than a point now is down less than a point. mortgage
default notices in california is at the lowest: three years after fifth decline. new report says 70,000 default notices were filed in california from april through june that's down 44% from the same period last year. the latest tally is down nearly 14% from january through march of last year. in marcello's level since the second quarter of 2007. fed reserve is expected to downplay the possibility of a double-dip recession when he gives an update on health of the economy today his appearance comes as the economy is losing momentum and fears are growing that they could stall. burnett key is going to tell the senate the fed is poised to act if the economy worsens. the time now is to and call them we will be back with more and a couple of minutes a peak now is the clouds
1016 believe are not we are tracking hot spots and some big ones we whittled the number down from three down to two. a delay of 80 westbound solano county back up towards hunter help it is likely they may have cleared all but one lanes. but what the traffic is backed up almost to the court delian junction of vehicle ended up on its side in the lane for while they completely blocked the roadway at magazine it backed up
traffic towards the airfield. the accident in milpitas it occurred westbound in the back up traffic around the corner it is slow all the way back to auto mall parkway and beyond. it is a solid backup so will give you a time on your commute. the bay bridge commute to the toll plaza the second wave did not last long it cleared out as well. traffic has been light like this all morning long for the west bound bridge. directors said jose 1 01 northbound earlier recovery after they're married in lights were turned off at guadalupe parkway. it has been an easier commute for the stretch. we are starting to see more sunshine around the bay area a look at the weather >> we are seeing some sun this
morning taking a look at the bay. most part that fog is receding to the coast. current temperature 59 in oakland 62 by noon high of 66 and then we cool it down to 62 this evening. the fog is lifting we see breezy conditions that are persisting in to this afternoon these are current wind speeds. sfo 70 mi. an hour, fairfield 25 mi. an hour, 17 in concord. expected to be breezy this afternoon. current temperatures in the '50s and '60s 52 in san francisco, 62 fairfield, 71 in antioch right now your highs today will be similar to what they were yesterday '70s and the north bay 77 petaluma and a bottle, 78 napa, south it will be cooler at the coast 61 in pacifica and 62
in san francisco, the other side of the bay will be '60s and '70s. 65 in richmond 69 in castro valley, all little warmer as we move inland 80 degree would ratings in danville, walnut creek, pleasanton. making their way into the south bay 70 any degree readings. 83 in morgan hill. 7 day around a continuing to see patchy fog is we make our way into tomorrow morning and then a nice warmup high 80s inland spots i '70s around the bay mid-60's said the coast back >> to you >> 1019 rain l the latest on the got gulf oil spill are relieved tunnel should reach bp is broken wall by the weekend that means the gusher could be stopped for good within two weeks. the government says engineers have concluded a bigger blowout is minimum and they are getting closer to
pumping mud into the column to a permanent place are still appeared the cap is just a temporary fix the relief will is necessary to plug the will permanently. we expect to get an update on the investigation into a former san francisco police technician diplomat and the attorney general is deciding whether to prosecute her police however say they're waiting for outside crime lab reports they test evidence before they close their case. she has admitted to taking small amounts of cocaine that would otherwise been thrown away. police are investigating to armed bank robbery is they think this woman is responsible for them. this is their fault from the bank she is described as hispanic or white five-foot 330 lbs. and orange or red tinted hair. she rubbed to bank of americans want july 12th and
another july 16th both robberies she showed the teller a handgun demanded money and then took off with a man believed to be her accomplice. the controversy over smart meters heated up in marin county. the supervisors unanimously proposal that would halt to them from installing any more of this marketer of the board said it wants more studies done on the meters first. if they approved a two page letter that ask for a moratorium on the installation of any more smarm meters in marin county that letter is going to the california utility commission which will have the ultimate say in the manic matter. in san francisco protester rallied against a smart meters their size culling smart meters, and dangerous.
>> i think the biggest goal is more meters are being deployed in every home and business with no testing for human health impact we have no impact of what it radiation will do to all of us. keith >> >> >> >> >> this was led by eighteens turning green it pushes for environmental safety in schools and communities. here's a live look in the james lick in san francisco you can see traffic is mesolite the city is a big gray this morning waiting for sunshine we will be right
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to wait and see what happens next work week. federal officials are ordering airlines to step up inspections of more than a hundred boeing 6767 airliners for cracks if that could cause interest of falloff. the crest and occurred in the pylons that attached the engines to the wing. as if the order by the faa affects 138 planes registered in united states that of a global fleet of 314. aviation officials and other countries usually follow faa lead on safety. federal authorities are talking about airline terminus turbulence in lead 30 passengers injured in had to be diverted to denver because it ran into turbulence over kansas passenger said it fell like a huge up and down motion like they were dropping down an elevator shaft. faa says the incident will be a front
burner item for federal investigators. the big board shows the dow was off but not much to and half points down. apple says its fiscal rose 70% to more than $3 billion thanks to sales of the new iphone and the ipad. it sold 3.3 million ipad in april through june and iphone sales rose 61% with a boost at the end of the corridor for a launch of iphone for overall revenue increased 61% to 15.7 billion better than analysts had expected. sunnyvale ya who earned 213 million in three months ending in june that 51 percent over the same can muster but it is less than analysts hoped. it is a sign tacked sector is recovering from this action a little more quickly a live look as we go to commercial to show
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will come back the time is now 1030 we are still tracking hot spot granted they are improving things are getting better but slower than he should be through vallejo on interstate 80 in the westbound direction. let us take a look at the back up year reached two court delian junction there is still sluggish traffic from 680 through vallejo leading down to courteous bridge. an overturned vehicles blocked middle lanes of 80 it occurred late in the curia. the accident on 237 has been cleared the traffic that backed up because of it still reaches across to 37 are around the corner on j.d. southbound and the southbound 880 back up is a
fremont all love way back to jordan for the set bound ride. big delays there as we look towards 680 we see there is low conditions for 680 north as you head toward north mission boulevard. we will take a look at the right through at the bay bridge toll plaza for the west bound union. see the ride looks good no problems as you try to work your way towards the upper deck of the bay bridge traffic has been light all morning long there is no longer any back up even though we did have a small second wave here where we have seen heavier traffic is that the san mateo bridge for the west bound ride not so much on the stand but we saw some slower traffic on the approach to the bridge and have noticed a slight change our since congestion congestion pricing went into effect. a look through san francisco 101 james lick freeway looks good in both
directions no no delays. some slowing york hospital curve is just to the night street off ramp it backs up from the signal light at the end of the rev. and 32 we have seen sun shine in the south bay san francisco looks foggy let's get a check, there. >> we are seeing foggy low clouds and some francisco not too clear a there yet but elsewhere better news of fog is lifting. breezy conditions this afternoon we will then start to warm up in time for a nice warm weekend. will the fog is lifted and we are seeing breezy conditions outside we see 17 mi. an hour winds at sfo, 16 in oakland, 25 in fairfield. if you are headed out today be prepared for breezy conditions. 56 in napa, 60 in hayward and 71 in
antioch, the highest it will be about the same they worry yesterday north bay we are seeing 70 degree readings 77 settlement, 70 napa, at 80 in it fairfield giving it kolars we make our way down the peninsula 66 in daly city 68 and december held 74 redwood city. the other side of the bay '60s and '70s 66 oakland, 69 castro valley inland a bit warmer 80 degree readings 80 through pittsburgh 82 pittsburgh 73 mt. view 77 sunnyvale and 77 milpitas. 7 day around the bay continue in d.c. pettifog tomorrow but we will see a nice warm up as we make our way into the weekend temperatures high 80s inland spots i '70s are on the bay mid- 60s that the coast. >> 1033 the big story we're
following a suspect in the 580 freeway shooting 45 year-old byron williams is in court this morning he's charged with four counts of attempted murder for the inner state should help.sho0 rounds were fired. we found out where he was headed they say he was going and going to go to the tide foundation and the aclu and he was planning to sit and wait until they open up even if he had to wait until monday. with his gun in his bulletproof vest this information being verified by the evidence found in his pickup truck. oakland is going to start licensing larger scale processing of merit medical marijuana 5-2 vote last night they approved a plan to listen for plants where paul will be
grown and processed and packaged. each plant would have to pay more than $200,000 in fees and would be burdened with heavy taxes and regulated. will create jobs and revenue for oakland. opponents say small pot growers would be put out of business. it will take effect in jail right given to counsel time to give up update on this tour with the following for the past several days this morning is the transit riders may be experiencing a third day of delays because of a contract dispute. buses might be showing up late or not showing up at all because some drivers have been calling in sick kron 4 as will tran reports. >> ac transit say like monday and tuesday it appears to hundred ac transit drivers will be calling in sick today the drivers in the agency are currently involved in a labor dispute. ac transit spokesman
says bus riders may not be inconvenienced the visitors on their roads they may have showed up today. as far as the roads that could be affected he says is too early to tell this point because of the unfolding situation the agency allows its workers to call in sick three days but on the fourth day they need a doctor's note. this is the third day but even then he can be sure if this is the end of it because he says the workers could be engaged in what is described as are rolling sickout. reporting from oakland will tran kron 4 news >> san francisco police are investigating whether one of their officers used excessive force in a rest of a woman. two officers arresting woman who they say was drunk and pushing a stroller jewess that shouting obscenities as they sank after an tried border in a car. she fought back and that's when one of the officers appears to put
down on the ground face first we look did against a can see the video of what happened. that officer is being investigated so was assigned to desk duty in the meantime we don't see on the video was an ambulance came and took the woman to sampras's coach general hospital during the ride she bit one of the paramedics. facebook post have the east palo alto officer in hot water. they thousand comments inappropriate, in one posting he suggests people who openly carry a gun loaded firearm should be shot. it will be the play's chief to decide if any action to take. 103710 rain out tail looked at walnut creek 680 is nice and light traffic was and plenty
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gov. sforza necessary is gov. arnold schwarzenegger announced wednesday that he is nominating 3rd district court of appeal judge tani cantil-sakauye to become the next chief justice. if confirmed by voters in november, cantil-sakauye would become the first filipina- american to lead the state's judiciary and would give the california supreme court a female majority for the first time in its history. the sacramento native is a republican who graduated from the university of california, davis school of law. she's served as an associate justice for the 3rd district since 2005 and previously was a sacramento county superior court judge and a sacramento municipal court judge. she would replace chief justice ronald george who announced his retirement july 14. the president of anthem blue cross is resigning after that rate hike fight. she was with the anthem for two years and they released a statement thanking her for her leadership. secretaries' day says washington is going to oppose sanctions imposed sanctions on north korea
she was arriving in south korea. the sanctions are part of a series of measures designed to stop the north new killer weapons program and keep it from selling technology. severe flooding in china has killed 700 people so far this year and officials say the heaviest rain is still to come. the typhoons this season is now rolling in three-quarters of china's provinces have been played by flooding in 25 reverse has seen record high water levels. it has caused $21 billion in damage. 1042 is the time will be back with morning couple of minutes keeping an eye on the dow but it's not doing much up 5.3 now.
thankfully so as one of these last hot spots vallejo you may encounter sluggish traffic but the backup is now dissipated and accident put a vehicle on its side blocking the middle lanes. to 37 westbound around the tanker route. the sluggish through fremont into milpitas pass to 37 this speeds will pick up appeared lastly the bright spot has been the bay bridge westbound it really has not been a problem at any time this morning although we did see a small second wave at 10:00 it was not enough to back things up. >> think you george traffic looking better and the bay bridge and conditions looking better outside in san jose
things clearing up for the most part still getting sunshine this afternoon. i guess we're going to are wind speeds of fog had lifted we are seeing breezy conditions persisting this afternoon 70 mi. an hour winds at sfo, 25 in fairfield. senna was 87 mi. an hour. 59 in oakland 63 bellevue and 71 in antioch your eyes and they will be about the same 70 degree readings in marin 79 in sonoma 76 and center of all. 68 sambar no 74 in redwood city, the other side of the day 65 richmond 66 oakland bit warmer down in
hayward and we will see warmer spots in our inland spots danville pleasanton 82 degrees of livermore as you make your way to south bay nice weather '70s and '80s 77 senate bill 81 in campbell and 78 in san jose. add to fog tomorrow morning warming starts and it will be warming to the weekend high 80s and low and high '70s around the bay in mid-60s that the coast. but tudor appeared >> news around the bay a judge has denied former muslim bakery leader josef bay to rid represent himself in making its decision he says amid allegations he tried to have a witness in the triple murder case killed he could not be trusted with privileges. he is suspected of using his lawyer to smuggle the names of two witnesses in the murder case to a man who called himself the
number one soldier. the fraud case is one of the cases pended against bay who was charged with ordering murders of three people. take a look at this surveillance video to men starting fires and a garbage can outside berkeley market around 4:00 yesterday morning it was one of three small fires that were set overnight the other two were near homes close to uc- berkeley campus one of them burned up as good or the was parked behind a column appeared 13 fires that have been set in this area since july 15th. police are searching for suspects. >> we believe there is somebody who's committing arson suspicious fires we are concerned the series continues it is possible structure could get involved to of the cases the recycling bins were against the building the building got hurt
but the response from the police department and fired a pro was so quick it was not able to ignite the structure. >> 10 of the fires have taken inside the see of berkeley the other three have been inside the uc-berkeley campus. in illegal dumping and littering kron 4 takes a look at the mess. >>this is a trash bag full of garbage sitting at the end of the road in pittsburgh, above it a sign that in part reads no dumping. this is a different sign located on kurterpass road in concord, the sign reads $1000 find for littering. and i ask a few people in need news the difference between the littering and dumping? and some seemed a bit puzzled. first off, littering and dumping are similar in one aspect they are both illegal. but they do have differences for example, if you toss one rusty nail out your car window that would be littering. but unloaded bucket of rusting nails, illegal dumping. toss a can of beer on the ground, littering. toss a
full can of paint, or containers of motor oil, illegal dumping. if some papers blow about the bed of your truck that would be considered littering, but a mattress illegal dumping. you may get fined if you are caught littering, but if you are caught leaving a couch well that could mean jail time. with all the cities and counties in the bay area scrambling to find money for vital services, like police and fire, the money that they spent to clean up illegally dumped items do not help the situation. and the worst part, a lot of the dump items i have found a appeared to come from construction jobs like these rocks. but you can help, if someone is doing construction on your home, ask them where they are dumping the debris and ask for proof. contra costa county, stanley roberts, kron4 news.
this just been to kron 4 send a clearer announcing it will cut 405 hundred jobs in its energy and environmental divisions the goal is to make a profitable by next year applied materials provides solar panels the company employs 30,000 people globally. a spokesperson says the person the loser jobs can move within the company. time now 1052 back in a moment.
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facing the dodgers in los angeles tensions are high tim starting not pitching like himself. he shifts he gets both benches are warned if somebody else gets its they will get ejected. that said richard clayton hit air and he's gone and so is joe tory the ninth- inning bases loaded don mattingly goes to talk on the mound with the pitchers he adds to the dugout and the heads back to the diet he catches it you're allowed to go to the mound once in an inning if he touched the mound again it counts as a second trip to they have to change pitchers. driving in two runs giants win 7-5. as hosting
red sox and seven hit it too out rbi single as the as rally to beat the boston red sox 5-4 last night red sox took a lead time in the third neither team scored again until the 10th tariff so some good news for bay area baseball that's it for this morning we hope you've enjoyed it and hope you'll be back again tomorrow morning starting at 4:00 a.m.. no carrier ring