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on the peninsula now believe the threats made it students and others at the high school in mind they were a hoax. the unidentified 17 year-old senior who allegedly posed a threat sideline, has been suspended. he remains in juvenile hall charged with making terrorist threats. superintendents says the threat to impose caught the attention of the fbi. >> i got a phone call from susan the chief of police, she told me that the fbi had contacted her, there was a general threat against the school in northern california where someone was going to bring a gun and a tax code would students at a rally. they went to the house talked with the family, look for other things in the house that would lead us to believe. it everything that we heard from the police department said that this was just a student who made a very poor
statement. >>pam: hopes are not the district has maintained his zero tolerance policy for anything that subject's written behavior as a result of a bombing at nearby hillsdale school last year. >>catherine: the severs is the fire department says the paramedic has been insulted by patient. it happened a short time ago the paramedic was trying to help someone who had a broken ankle. after the assault you could see there were police on the scene, other fire departments were called to help out. new details of what the that paramedic was badly injured. >>pam: muni riders were frustrated today jeff bush explains what happened and what media is doing to keep the trains running. the service is moving at a crawl all morning long. the problem was severed cable.
all of the trades or manually operated at a much slower speed. the problem is compounded as the morning when on the trains are backed up at the embarcadero station which essentially cost on to be late in the open side. the official say the broken water was something that cannot be anticipated that is the result of a transit system that is over 100 years old. >> is not something you concur, we have an old system and the number of issues that could happen, it's quite happened. the only thing we can do it is to fix this as possible. >>reporter: workers went into the subway from the wire and reported by new. the control room spent most of the days slowly getting each train back into the rhythm. >> now they have to do with this. this big we apologize for the delay. were the old system in california and one of the busiest in the state.
were going to have issues. >>reporter: in san francisco jeff kron 4 news. >>pam: a back pack containing the ashes of a man was recently stolen from the church in alameda this was just before the fuel is about to begin. church officials began the backpack was taken from abroad tabled for the altar. investigators with the alameda police department say considering the nature of the crime they're willing to give the fee for a break in the case. >> we don't know if the thief knew what the contents of the backpack or one here she took the backpack. we certainly would like to get the remains back for the family. anytime someone is stealing from a church that's a despicable act but were much more interested in returning the atoms of the family that we are pursuing prosecution >>pam: the same goes for church officials who say the person who stole the back back and return it to the church with no questions asked. no charges will be filed against 2 oakland
police officers who shot and killed on our barbershop owner jerry jones. this happened during a conver confrontation november 8th. the district attorney said the officers involved fire their weapons because they believed it jones was about to shoot them. that report also revealed that showed his blood alcohol level was 0.13. it is been more than four months since the of voters approve the sit my organs. it prohibits an airline of the city streets between 7:00 a.m. and 11 at night. as jeff pierce explains the san francisco please department is yet to begin enforcement. >>jeff: the sidewalk in the more than four mils the
velocity of the year he or anyone else as been arrested by that. >> there's no rush. whatever their tools and the tool box to assist community members and merchants. this month that they wait for month telmulti limbo cards to hp those. we want to make sure we have all the forms of the training. them we will roll it out. >>reporter: affect your date was canceled because not enough officers received training that was necessary. >> their still trading and outreach to the community going on. just when and forced it will begin has not been determined. we don't have a specific date, we hope to start fairly soon but again there's no rush. (music) >>henry: in san francisco
jeff pierce kron 4 news. >>pam: a statewide ever alert has been issued for 8 month old boy who police say was kidnapped along with his mother from the central valley home. he did see the pictures of sebastian and his 18 year-old mother. the accused kidnapper is the boy's father, pedro and it happened about 2:00 this afternoon when he allegedly climb through a window at the home, where sebastian and his mother lived. he is believed to be driving in 1991 red honda civic with a license plate number 5v0y539. >>jacqueline: temperatures on the mild side as we head into the evening with temperatures in the upper 50s of low 60s at this hour. as soon as the sun goes down temperatures will drop off. we'll see patchy fog over night and most is that these guys this afternoon. apache
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after some gentle coaxing from her friend, she decides to set. you might be surprised if you knew who or what was in your see before you get a chance to occupy it. for example, say hello to roxy for according to world her, apparently did bowls get to ride on nice cushy seats instead of on the floor like most pacs. i ride bart just about every day and i could tell you from personal experiences, there's some gross nasty people who ride the train. they're been cases of public urination inside the trained and that's only for starters. there been times when some of the suits were so soiled, the choosing to sit wasn't even an option. all of this along with people who bring food and drinks on the train which by the way is not allowed and it could make for some pretty nasty seats. don't
get me wrong, i love all whole sea deal. it makes for a nice ride. if you're a germ. on bart, stanley roberts kron 4 news. >>pam: it is not just on bart, a supermarket carts are like petrie dishes on wheels. a new study from the university of arizona find 72 percent of the cards they tested, came back positive for fecal bacteria zero. even more alarming half of the 85 carts carry potentially deadly e. coli bacteria. the researchers say that force then you will find of public restrooms. they add that while some of the problem is due to a baby's dirty diapers, lots of the bacteria comes from rob leaded chicken. >>jacqueline: 0 warmer out into tomorrow. of rain hat in the forecast by thursday. i will tell you all about it coming up in a minute.
>>catherine: police made the discovery a little after 1:00 p.m., after getting calls from neighbors who heard shots. no arrests have been made. >>pam: in world news reporters gathered to hear about will marked off the waiting hours at a hotel in tripoli the libyan leader left without addressing the group. >>reporter: libyan leader gaddafi left dozens of reporters waiting into tripoli hotel where he was expected to >> . he departed without making a public address. the
latest in a string of unpredictable appearances. earlier tuesday, were that an exit deal had been discussed with him had been denied by government spokesperson and a transitional council. one of several groups run the country pushing for the leader's removal. in washington neil balm administration says no matter how the conflict ends, he will have to answer for the actions of his government. >> any departure from libya does not extend to mr. gaddafi his family or others from responsibility and accountability for what has occurred. >>reporter: members of the u.n. security council continue discussing the possibility of a no-fly zone to protect libyan surveillance from government gunfire. the issue is becoming more politicized. >> could athlete killed americans he is a sociopath.
he's gunning down his own people in the streets. no- fly zone it is a plausible option >>reporter: even if some countries in the u.n. security council approved the no-fly zone, any military intervention would be rejected by china and russia which have veto power. in washington, samantha hayes kron 4 news. >>catherine: in a jet to women more marching for more rights today. this is not something you ordinarily see. only a few hundred women showed up and that's because of a lot of them were afraid because of an great counter protesters. some were waiting for women and tried to shout them down. a sad ending to a missing exchange student from california. his body was pulled from the river in madrid. he see that 20 to year-old austin, he disappeared after leaving a disco more than two weeks ago. an autopsy is scheduled but police say his body showed no sign of violence.
he was a student at san diego state. your looking at over eager cricket fans. more than 10,000 people lining up to buy tickets for a big match in the upcoming game in south africa. the pushing and prodding got really intense. police had to avenge a move and in control everyone. nobody seriously hurt but a lot of people did get roughed up. >>jacqueline: the skies clear this afternoon and temperatures were a little bit. here's a look at tomorrow at a glance. starting the day with morning fog, patchy in the north bay valleys. our bay shores could see little fog. temperatures on the wild side to start the day. by noon warming up quickly by 4:00 p.m. we will see a mix of upper 60s and low '70's. of 05 to 10 degrees warmer than what we saw today. first we have to get through the fog. 5:00 a.m. fog to
the north bay and for inland valleys, east bay shore and fog from the central valley starting to creep up and take antioch. continuing into the north bay that will clear up by 11:00 you're looking at mostly sunny skies, a few high clouds streaming in. temperatures will warm from there. seven degrees in the period 61 in half moon bay, 76 in los gatos tomorrow. your kron 4 here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, warmer tomorrow. thursday increasing cloud cover is evident far next door. it will be similar to what we saw last night. very light showers, nothing to measurable expected. friday and saturday will stay dry both days in a stronger day to push in late sunday into monday. it's not going to be off the charts, rain
continuing into beginning of next week. >>now, here is gabe slate, with some tech news. >>gabe: according to two separate to companies enjoyed it smartphones out of the most popular in the united states. that means it enjoyed phones are out selling i phones are blackberries or any other smart phone. the i phone is so popular it was the first really successful mainstream first smartphones. as part of for pop culture is special in the bay area. it seems that the i phone as the top dog in the smart phone world but it's not. enjoyed phones have exploded in sales last year. a year ago there were sitting in fourth place. here's a breakdown of the smartphones market share in the u.s. according to can't score. google sandra to slightly higher with their blackberries. apple is in
third place with around 24 percent of the market. microsoft windows foam are the fourth and fifth place of a share. how did enjoy takeover so quickly when the i phone is so popular? there's only one i phone, they're-dozens of android base smartphones to choose from. people like choice of options. looking back is a tech reporter, andrew took off the wate0 will roll of came out. the phone was a hit, of verizon quickly sold a ton. gabe slate kron 4 news. >>pam: the tuesday evening commute, traffic moving well north and southbound right now. if we have more news coming up at a look of the mardi gras celebrations coming up. ♪ have a good daisy
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the revelers say this year's carnival has been freed since hurricane katrina. the party will go on until midnight. it is expected to end and wrap up as the season of lent begins. fires and floods a close call at a convenience store. the wedding went out and an animated movie memory coming to light. >>kimberlee: the fires and floods. take a look as well fires sweeping across mexico. it turned down more than a dozen homes and buildings. it destroyed nearly 1,000 a. and an entire subdivision is in jeopardy. residents were evacuated. the fire is still under investigation and in new england, rain crated treacherous conditions the city of connecticut shows floodwaters as high as 3 ft.. all told here just recently renovated, all their hard work is ruined.
an organ gas station worker escaped serious injury when a car came crashing through wall and into the cashier stand right there. if the worker was sweeping the floor when the entire wall just valve and the store manager said the worker could of been seriously hurt if the car had moved one other foot. take a look this, a wedding wipe out. since the day of their outdoor wedding was stormy the couple returned to the beach to take pictures when this wave. the monster with knock them off their feet and into each other's arms. take a look at this. playing off disney picks are fictional movie. the national geographic move the new project is to turn it into reality but house. it flew for about an hour. it said a new record for the world's largest blue cluster flight. >>pam: a programming note to
>>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4 news at 6:00. >>pam: at 6:00 budget cuts going even deeper for schools in the mount diablo unified school district. officials decided to close some campuses and out even more jobs from the chopping block. dan curman is live in concord with the latest details. >>dan: to the issues tonight it has to do with the two schools that they had closed. stand to see behind me heading into the school board meeting right now. these are folks that attend holbrook and glenbrook. at the two schools of the school board has decided to
close. they're going into the meeting with one last- ditch effort to try to the school board to change their mind. that's not exactly what's on the agenda. today the school board will discuss where to send this to invest and how to divide a lot of of five different schools. the other issue before the school board has to do with those pink slips. as you know this is the worst case scenario, pink slips have to go by march 50. they're talking about 180 of them going out. that is it the governor's tax attention's don't pass. here's to resell looking at what could get caught. >>terisa: this is bancroft elementary in walnut creek and it like the other 56 school sites and the mount diablo school district, is bracing for the worst as the board considers that a deal with a $22 million shortfall. some of the proposed cuts that could immediately hit children the hardest, including
eliminating librarians and music teachers. the report to the school board, the superintendent's stated that leg off librarians and shutting down several facilities. in addition, these custodians the superintendent's proposal also calls for eliminating several positions. that means less chance to keep the grass clean. reducing secretary hours at elementary schools and cutting network technicians and eliminating and attendance records system, doing away with all special- education resource assistance or other measures big look at. in fact, searching through the superintendents who report to the board every aspect of running a school like bancroft seems to be at the table and facing some type of cut in order to make ends meet during the tough economic times. it will not creek, theresa kron 4 news. >>pam: new details about a triple homicide in san jose. kron 4 has obtained video from the night of last month's shooting. police say
three men were killed by a group of suspects. it started as a kidnapping attempt to which led to a gun fight ultimately leaving three people dead. it all happen at the mexicali club of oakland road in san jose. the jonathan blum has details of a closer look at the video. >>reporter: this video action begins you could see that victim in the suspect chasing. this is right after the gunfight broke out there engaged in hand-to-hand combat the suspect to is an unidentified man and appears to be wearing a ballistic vest and has this guy in a headlock does impose some of the screen. you could see the to are still fighting as the make their way behind the speaker and toward the exit. the suspect armed with a gun. he's tried to kidnap the odor of the bart. here's the getaway vehicle pulling up and hear the door opens and look the two men come out and there still induced in hand-to-hand combat. is
he the victim makes kron 4, the suspect chases him. police believe over here is where he was shot. police say that a man later died inside the car as a result of the shooting. here's the man who's jumping back, the car speeds off and that was the unidentified suspect. the victim got away and the man that shot to the car he is still on the loose. hector was the driver and unidentified third suspect he's the one of the jacket there those guys are both on the loose. we believe you may be in mexico and the other guy and we don't know who we is. jonathan blum kron 4 news. >>pam: police are searching for this man and he also goes by and a model, they believe he was the getaway driver. there was another suspect involved. please do not know his identity. it's
believed there had to southern california or mexico. our coverage continues on line to watch the surveillance video in its entirety but a www.kron4.com. the vallejo police department is conducting an investigation into allegations of long- term sexual molestation of minors under the age of 14. the suspect is pictures on the screen john johnson. he is currently employed as a substitute custodian at everest academy. the victims report the sexual abuse started when there were eight to end 11 years old. johnson was arrested today at the school, he is currently being held at the solano county jail on $1.8 million bail. new call log showed confusion and pg&e crews scrambling but powerless to stop the gas pressure surges. kate thompson is here with more on the call log on that day
in september. it just becomes more and more alarming the more we learn. >>kate: more information is coming out, this is information leading up to those moments. the new record showing employees knew there was too much gas running through that pipeline and the peninsula. it in the transcripts of these phone calls, it shows the worst mass confusion and employes were picking up fallen said they didn't understand what was going on. they didn't understand the deadly consequences of all the gas running through the pipeline. at 538 to a half-hour before the explosion employees realized their mistake,
>>kate: that is the portion of this 400 pages of transcript that go through all the phone calls leading up to the blast and all the phone calls after the blast. after the black shows how the confusion continued even after the blast happened. they didn't really understand that the pipe had exploded. they thought a gas station exploded, a plane had gone down. it took time after the blast for everything to fall in place and the employees to understand the gravity of what happened. >>pam: we all remember the confusion of that day. our
team coverage continues with j are still covered new details about what many of the odors of palms and that san bruno area planned to do now. >>reporter: over my shoulder you could see the blue tarp and still let's work to be done. the wheels appeared to be turning. i talked with pg&e and they tell me nine different odors have agreed to do the repurchase program, seven r e will have their homes rebuilt and at least one of them will go for the buyout option. also in discussion with 17 other families. i talked with those from the city of san bruno and they tell me they've already approved two homes to be built, another to they're looking at plans for those final two. as for how much this by a plan would involve, those are numbers that pg&e will not disclose. reporting in san bruno, n.j. are still on kron 4 news. >>jacqueline: 01 up into tomorrow, it will be short- lived as red back in the forecast by thursday. we
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>>pam: the price of oil dropped but not by much. the cost of the barrel closed at $105.20. that's only to 42¢ when trading opened in spite of the oil prices gasoline prices are crossed the. across the bay area of drivers are paying an average of $3.96 a gallon, $3 a 90s 2¢ a gallon in oakland in san jose. the sticker shock is not just at the gas station. food prices in the united states are rising and are expected to go even higher throughout the year. christine conley is here to tell us more about why were paying more for groceries. you found out this is really not as much about oil is we might think? >>christine: that's right right now food prices and retailers say they're going to absorb the higher energy prices. when you go to the grocery store, the prices
are higher. it's a tight supply of commodities things like wheat and corn. there's a higher demand for food internationally. the prices went up 1.8% in january. let's see how that translates into how much you're buying at the store. eggs in ground beef, comparing nationwide average as from january of this year to january of last year. the average cost of eggs is a $81, that's up 2¢ from last year a pound of ground beef is $2.99, that's an increase of 16¢ from the year before. the sticker shock comes with some of the high-end items like cheese. a pound of cheddar cheese is now averaging about $5.14. last year was $4.72. that's a difference of 42¢. let's take a look at how much prices of risen over time. at pound of coffee, nuts
$4.42, last year was 61¢ cheaper at 381. the same pot of coffee costs $3.22 in 2001. that's $1.20 last month when you're paying now. overall, food prices are expected to rise between 3 and 4% this year. for families for that could add about 20 extra dollars to their monthly food bill. that will make a big difference for a lot of people. it's not just at the grocery store, fast food chains as well. you're getting hit from all angles. >>pam: everybody's budget is affected by this. >>jacqueline: decrease in clouds this afternoon. a live look from the golden gate bridge could see mostly clear skies and a few clouds in the distance. it will continue to see clouds push of the bay area let's take a look at night into tomorrow. a decrease in cloud cover tonight but we will see
patchy fog instead over night. the moisture on the ground will allow for the fog to form in the north bay and inland valleys. in the afternoon mostly sunny and warmer temperatures, anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees. you will notice the tail end of the clouds here, tracking up to the north. mainly we will stay clear over night into tomorrow morning. that will mean fog forming for the north bay and inland valleys. as he could see 5:00 areas of patchy fog and that will continue into the 8:00 hour. to the north bay valleys along the coastline later on the mourning dove the fog will clear it will see mostly sunny skies. some of those high clouds contracting in the north bay. temperatures will be warmer tomorrow. today we're in the upper 50s and low 60s tomorrow will be the upper 60s and low '70's. 70 santa
rosa, 67 san or file, 65 san francisco, 71 vallejo. low seventies bay shore, 61 have one day even 76 degrees and los gatos. tomorrow will be much more marked but it will be short-lived. thursday temperatures cool back down to the mid-60s, we will also see increased cloud cover ahead of our next door. will be light rain like we saw last night. friday and saturday will stay dry and sunday into monday that's when are stronger storm moves in an expected to bring more rain that we've seen in the past couple of storms. it still will be two of the charts. >>pam: a disturbing briefcase in texas back to the news today. the victim as an 11 year-old girl. catherine is your the latest on the case. >>catherine: it's not the case. police in cleveland say more than 20 boys and men at the salted that little girl, some warn court
today and 18 of them have been charged. family members were tried to block them from the view of reporters holding up a blanket. the suspect range in age from 14 to 27. police say it happened in this mobile home, the little girl says it happened last thanksgiving after somebody coaxed her into leaving her home in going for drive. the mother of one of the suspects talk to reporters, she did not give her name. >> it's been hard for families. >> we have mug shots of half a dozen of the men charged, believe it or not prosecutors are saying as many as 28 people might of been involved in the attack. of one of the most troubling things about the case is a dolt surrounding the case, including defense attorneys saying the 11 year-old might have been willing. obviously a child can't give consent.
why that's even an their vocabulary. i offered it several times, a woman said maybe she was an entirely innocent. if or talking about a little girl. if >>pam: it's hard to process anyone saying that. is there anything about how she's doing? >>catherine: we know she's in a foster home, it's basically a safe house because people have been calling her home and leaving threatening messages or swearing that whoever answers if they don't see where she is. that's how ugly it is. she's basically in a safe house. >>pam: are going to take a break we'll be right back. [ jerry ] look at this!
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[ beeping ] >>pam: today discussion was held on line about a new study outlining the health disparities among bay area ethnic groups. our internet reporter kimberly is here now with details on the study and the q&a session. >>kimberlee: a lot of startling and sobering statistics. this will start out with some of them. in contra costa county and
asian and or latino baby can expect to live five years longer than a white baby in 12 years longer than an african-american infant. also clear pattern emerged that people in low-income neighborhoods often live much shorter, are sicker lives than others and of the neighborhoods. check this out, the public health department answered questions alive block this afternoon on the contra cost the time site. one person the cost about to racial gaps in the east bay involving life expectancy whether it's getting better, worse or stay in the same? they say nationally the gap between whites, and african- americans has narrowed however, this isn't the case in alameda county. another question when asked what alameda public health has done to help, he said they have a lot of programs, they have targeted to the most vulnerable population including a focus in neighborhoods with large african-american
populations such as east and west oakland. he does say the studies do show some progress that life expectancy of every racial and ethnic group in alameda county increased over the past five years. things have gotten better, the work is paying off but he says there are so many gaps there's a lot more work to be done. >>pam: this custody of some set policy and programs for the future. much more had to stay with us. ♪ [ male announcer ] escape convention. ♪ escape definition. ♪
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case scenario, if the governor's tax extension still pass. reporting live, kron 4 news. >>terisa: here bancroft elementary school parents are furious about proposed cuts. >> i think this country needs to concentrate on education. the children are the future of this country and were completely ignoring them. >> the money isn't being budgeted responsibly. that's it. reporting live, kron 4 news. >>rob: investigators now say threats made against you and others here on the high- school monday was a hoax. they say a 17 year-old senior posted the threats on line since he was going to bring a gun to school and attack other students at a rally. the investigators now say there is no god and that senior simply made some very poor decisions. he will be prosecuted nonetheless. he's been suspended and remains in juvenile hall with
charges of making terrorist threats. in burlingame, rob kron 4 news. >>kate: 2 call logs from the sambar a pipeline explosion shows that crews were scrambling to stop gas surges and feared they would cause a major problem. the record shows that shortly before the blast, pg&e operators knew a botched repair job at a control station was allowing gas to flow unabated. half an hour later a fire ball ignited killing eight people. kate thompson, kron 4 news. >>henry: there's still a number of vacant lots surrounded by fences, those with the city say the wheels are turning. it to new homes will be constructed in plans for two more have been submitted. those with pg&e say a total of nine older say they will do the repurchase program. reporting in san bruno, kron 4 news. >>haazig: someone walks away
with a back pack containing the remains, ashes of someone that was here for a memorial. church officials say the green backpack containing the error and was taken from the table in front of the church altar 30 minutes before the funeral. alameda police say they're willing to drop charges in this case, if the backpack is returned with the year an inside. reporting live, kron 4 news. >>christine: to the customer money to fill up your fridge because price of food is steadily rising. it doesn't have to do with the price of gas, it's more because of type of supplies like corn and wheat and higher demand for food globally. for example, a 16 oz bag of potato chips is selling for 479 right now that's 14¢ more than last year and a dollar and 20¢ more than 2001. the price of food is expected to go up anywhere from 3 to 4% this year. reporting live, kron 4 news. the found the people
feeling the price of the pump high. people are cutting back with nonessential side trips or try to be more mindful to get all of their errands done on the same trip so there's less stopping and starting. a few people i spoke to our valley to make better use of public transportation. bring kelly, kron 4 news. >>jeff: a headache commute for a muni rider's the problem was caused by cable in the subway that was cut by train. it was part of the automatic control system which met all the trains had to run in manual mode. that is much lower than automatic mode. the problem is compounded by back above the outgoing trains which eventually cause all of the inbound trains to be late. he said that on this fixed in the afternoon to it should not be affected. in san francisco, jeff bush kron 4 news. >>jacqueline: our big weather story tonight a big warm up as we head into tomorrow. skies clear this
afternoon and will stay clear for most of tomorrow. patchy fog mainly in north bay and inland valleys. temperatures will be modeled start the day. in the afternoon a few high clouds moving in. it will be mostly sunny and by 4:05 to 10 degrees warmer. temperatures in the '70s and a number of places. the cause of high clouds. you could see the storm track to the north. clouds will hit the bay area. but a big deal especially with looking at temperatures like these. 70 santa rosa, 71 vallejo, 65 in san francisco. upper 60s and low '70's in the bay shores. 76 los gatos. the drop will be short-lived as we head into thursday increasing cloud cover, cooler tablatures of light showers by thursday afternoon. friday and saturday dry conditions of the stronger storm pushes late tuesday morning. >>kimberlee: packed dirt charlie sheen was fired from
his show today. if the show goes on without him he will continue to receive a paycheck. he has a clause in his contract that says he will continue to be paid if he ever leave spirited. lindsay lohan reportedly suing the jewelry store saying they had no right to cash and for the sale for the infamous tape. apparently low and never gave them the right to use it for profit. sources say they sold the rights to distribute the tapes for least $40,000. >>pam: a programming note to tell you about, cross will be running nbc programming. at 8:00 p.m. you can catch to do think you are followed by a mock at 9:00 p.m.. kron 4 news at 11:00. krodr. so will air at 3:00 p.m.. will
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>>catherine: somebody managed to steal a yellow lamborghini from a car dealership. this is on van ness avenue, stolen overnight from a british motor exotics. police think the person who took it rappelled down a rope from the roof believe it or not. this left a very rare, police say they can only think of one other incident involving a high-profile card. officers say at least it will be easy to spot the car although they admit it's unlikely the person stole it will be dumb enough to be out driving around in it. >> now, here is stanley roberts, with some people behaving badly. >>stanley: these two girls are discussing a recently published a report about fill the seats on bart. so the girl standing up has decided to remain standing at least for now. finally after some gentle coaxing from her friend, she decides to set. he might just be
surprised if you knew who or what was in your seat before you get a chance to occupy it. for example, say hello to roxy to according to reuterher owner, pets get to rie on the seats instead of on the floor like most pets. i ride bart just about every day and i can tell you from personal experiences, there's some nasty people who ride the train. they're been cases of public urination and said the train, that's only for starters. there have been times where some of the seats were so soiled, the choosing to sit was not an option. at all this along with people who bring food and drinks on the train which by the way is not allowed. it can make some for some pretty nasty seats. don't get me wrong, i love all whole cloth seats deal.
it makes for nice ride. if you're a germ. on bart, stanley roberts kron 4 news. >>pam: gary is up next with all the sports including the woman recently won her 800th game and is a finalist for the basketball hall of fame. gary goes one-on-one with stanford coach tonya. next. >>kimberlee: right alan www.kron4.com, see how people behaving all around the bay area by checking out kron 4 stanley roberts page. chick it is video reports including one of san francisco city officials cracking down on illegal dumping. another showing santa rosa drivers caught talking on cell phones. if you the story idea for stanley we have information on how you can e-mail him or dock,.on www.kron4.com.
when the warriors had the town on fire. back from 12 points down, 23 points, seven rebounds and six assists. everything going the warriors' way. his debut he had 9 points, three rebounds in monterey doing his business at 24 points. it is the cleveland cavaliers. yet 916 assists. again, the war years it to place someone really bad, they can win. they did tonight. pam like that insult. i figure the 3,000 mi. away nobody's quite to hear that. here's a local news, george karl received a three-year contract extension to the former warrior coach twice had to be cancer and the annoyance of having carmelo anthony saying he wanted to play elsewhere. carmelo is now gone and the team is playing
well. today they said hey george you've earned it three march and years for george karl in denver. the latest college cheating scandal involved ohio state. their coach jim, has been suspended two games and fined $250,000. the ncaa reports he was aware of violations involving star quarterback to ralph without revealing it. he will have to attend a compliance seminar the allegations involve improper benefits which she reportedly know about, why don't they just fire him? i guess he wins a lot of games. ohio state is embarrassed by it suspended two games and to draw $50,000. as owners and players try to decide what do we do with $9 billion? can have all the new eyes on him. this is the new trend,
called the pro day. young man he invites all the pros and gets to see him do his business. can do move probably will be a top-10 draft choice. there's a fellow named farley. my producer jasons its normal load and scouts. he said this guy farley will likely be the no. 1 pick, she's a tackle with quick feet. that's the new thing. in the old days you'd wait for the draft and o.k. fine. now guys sit there with their pencils and there hundred and 8 lb. guys get too fat, fans get into this building. we'll see what happens. when we return, an authentic coaching legend. she is a finalist for the basketball hall of fame. she was not her 800th career game and pam just hours ago was named
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>>gary: the big story over the holidays is when you knocked off you, which had a victory street that nobody had touched. i'm curious, what did you do that you can't couldn't figure out? >> i think coming into that came within save your which is a top 14 we had a lot of momentum. our team had a lot of confidence. we played you can't in the final game but not tough enough. we were determined, physical and aggressive and we got on the glass. genet had a great game people played with confidence. we got a lot of different contributions from a lot of different people. joslyn and sarah. everyone did what we ask them to do. it was a total team effort. >>gary: you been in stamford how long? >> 25 years i started when i was 15.
>>gary: with all that's come your way to ever have an itch to go somewhere else? >> not all, i work at a great university and i love the people i work with. our athletic director and president their very supportive of women's basketball. we have great fans, that doesn't get better. >>gary: you had a bittersweet moment when you won your 800th game it was against jennifer was one of your all-time great stars of usf. how long do take a will to jennifer to build the program not? she had a pretty rough year. >> it was a bit bittersweet i was happy to share it with jennifer. the plan was to when it sooner and we did. jennifer will do a great job, she loves basketball and she's a great person. it's fun to see her in coaching. i know she would do really well. she needs a
player like herself and i'm really fortunate that we have great players on our team. >>gary: what with the hall of fame mean to you? this is both men and women encrusts for instance is nominated, don nelson was not nominated. your finalists, would that mean to you if april 4th your name is called? >> it would be meaningful because my mother parents family is from springfield, i've known about the hall of fame all of my life. it would be very special and meaning fell. if that happens, if it doesn't i just want to keep coaching and enjoying the young people i work with. don't pick on the warriors gary, >>gary: i was reading the cue cards and can put up their they're not very good so i read it. >>pam: cam would not do that
day two of the lindsay lohan surveillance tapes. the world exclusive you haven't seen. i'm kevin frazier. and charlie sheen wielding a machete, after being fired from "two and a half men." i'm lara spencer. "the insider" is on. lohan and sheen, the breaking news. first, lindsay putting on the alleged stolen necklace. what happened next? >> the only thing that this video tape does is -- >> this tape could be the smoking gun for the defense. >> more fidgeting. more texting. >> could it convict or set lohan free? then --