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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. with a developing story. >>pam: a developing story this evening. the teenager has jumped off of the golden gate bridge and survived. kate? >> i to spoke with the california highway patrol and what they tell me is that there was a 17 year- old high-school student was on a field trip. the field trip was walking across the golden gate bridge. that is one of the 17 year-old jump. the c h p does not know if the jumped to commit
suicide, terror? hoax? the south tower. two to 0 ft.! he jumped from the bridge into the water. two to 0 ft.. and a swim to shore. 220 ft.. acer for also assisted in to the shore. there was a surfer-and a san francisco general was mentally evaluating the student and physically examined the student. many students saw this 17 year- old jump from the south tower. the chp says that it is very rare for anybody to survive. 220 ft. into the water. no injuries! they are going to try to talk to the parents. if there are any mental problems. they've led
that they are led to believe that this is perhaps a dare, or a hoax. the 17 year-old to jump at 11:00 a.m. this morning. . >>pam: kimberly to show exactly where all this happened. >> kimberlee: this teenagers jumped near the south tower. and the servserthe wave surfers, assisted the jumper. and this yellow hair. it is about 20 ft. lower than at the highest point of the bridge this yellow-area--and that serveurfer left him at four
point rocks. they do not know why he jumped. he could have a broken ankle. (music) >>jacqueline: alive look. to could see foggy conditions and a live-luck. look it is progressing to the southeast and the stormtracker 4 radar is not picking up that much. some of that rainfall is actually registering on the radar but only sprinkles. this rain pushing through lake tahoe. even snowfall at higher elevations and sprinkles. clear skies are going to fill in overnight. perhaps high clouds of our shores. temperatures are cooler this afternoon. in the north bay like san rafael, 56, the d nine in
oakland. san jose, 54, los gatos, and a little bit of sunshine with increasing clouds is the rain progressed this afternoon. tonight and into with a few sprinkles. between 7:00 p.m. and then at that rainfall will be complete. overnight, fog is going to develop with moisture on the ground. mainly inland and the north bay. towards the afternoon, the skies over mostly sunny and a cooler day. dry. when the next chance of rainfall is coming up in just a bit. this was supposed to be the day that the state voted on the governor's plan. without the support he is the line this vote. where does that leave him? the latest on political wrangling. >> the democrats could pass this on their own but they cannot put the proposed tax
extensions on the ballot without two-thirds. that is why we are at a standstill. republicans are the ones needed to get the two- thirds for this special election. right now, they're holding out this is their only chance to of any type of impact during this legislative session. >> republicans are trying to use it little leverage they have against this to the california a majority vote. and republicans are very much in the minority party. denise will leverage the half will be used-any leverage to use will try to impact their thoughts on the vote with pension reforms, change in and budget, we want spending limits. we want a whole range of other things that the democrats do not seem to get in on. >>pam: ended the gets too much? tickets with the
democratic vote? >> correct--she could lose that the democratic vote if it is taken too far. he is wanting to still set a compromise. and the deadline is really to the end of the month. at 6:00 p.m. when the republican convention should intervene. >>pam: think two, dan.and thinge and stand and rob is joining us. --thing two, dan. >>pam with 400 teachers expecting to a rally in protest. the pink slip in the east side union school district to close and eight onion dollar budget deficit will said the 65 people, 25 certified teachers and 42 classified positions over the past four years. 150 teachers laid off in the
fourth in the pas four years. and a representative >> we are going to eliminate positions like student adviser, and counseling positions. and with programing improvement and the special assignments because they have significant seniority they will need classroom teachers. the number of teachers that it laid off every year the fourth consecutive year. >>reporter: 1 is the best part of this? >> what is the best part of us. and if somebody has been in the council for 10 years? and now they're going to be placed to the classroom? students will not get the resource to go to college. >>reporter: later tonight many of those teachers argucrammed into this gymnasium.
and the school board is expect to imapprove this plan--will have more coming up on kron 4 news of 5:00 p.m. at 6:00 p.m. live in san jose, kron 4 news. >>pam: oakland school board sent out 500 light off efforts with their trawl billion dollar budget deficit. it-layoff. 251 k-6. english, social studies, physical education will be one of those hardest hit. we spoke to parents with the reaction. >> it is very frustrating. it makes me quite angry, really. this is outrageous with their dough into public in education in this country. it is particularly but they're going-test with the republicans-the democrats are blaming the teachers. it is the
situation with the result of years of neglect of the budget process. >>pam: of these lay off notices will go out to may 15th but there will not know for several months because of the uncertainty of the state budget. stay with us as we continue to follow the latest to the bay area. checking this for the commute. the pavement is wet. traffic is moving slow. the 80/1 0 1 split. and at the bottom is highway 1 0 1 towards the peninsula is also sluggish. we will be back, much more news after the break. it's really delicious, mom. it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done.
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d wise in cooperation with a private investigator. >> this details the relationship between contra kosti sheriff and a private investigator christopher butler the you see here in a court appearance. 30-d one-a general 14th that happened outside this wine bar in danville. according to this document reserved deputy working with him that night told investigators that he got eight-tenths personal cellphone calls. and he later identified the dead man as color. indeed receive this was getting updates about individuals who was drinking out rollick beverages and a wine bar. as this conversation continued, even giving a vehicle description after all whahe asked was one on and their record to conduct a " dirty d u i stop and the
ago. what we can expect from tomorrow, with overnight fog, especially in the inland valleys, the north bay valleys and especially the north bay because that is always of the most rainfall. temperatures will be in the 40's overnight. , high clouds will come mild depending on where you are. the peninsula will be in the 60s, and even 50s and other areas. friday night, residual clouds and temperatures are going to clear with dropping temperatures. 44 of the bayshore. that is night. as far as tonight the temperatures will be in the 40's. fog in the north bay, inland valley, tense a bit cooler in santa rosa, napa, 37 degrees. but-temperatures a bit cooler. 35 in san jose and quickly pl in th 60s. if and quite a few
places in the 60s, the 55 along the coast in half moon bay, upper 60s for the bay shore. and a look at the your kron 4 7 day around the bay with the fog of the tomorrow cho igoing to be on static saturday, the slight chance could see rainfall . however, late sunday and monday will be the our best chance for rainfall. shower activity continuing to tonight and into wednesday. >>catherine: and emotional stay on country-capitol hill. american muslims the house of hulman the security is conducting a witch hunt. the charge that the completely rejects. >> to surrender to political correctness and an abdication of what i believe the main responsibility to protect america from the terrorist attack.
>> . democratic colleagues says that he is to just the opposite. >> this hearing is flying right into al qaeda right now right or wrong world. >> the first elected muslim congress broke down in tears as he talked about muslim american aromatic who died at 911. >> we were speculating that she was perhaps one of the attackers because she was muslim. it is only one the bodies were identified that these lives were disposed. >> eyewitness is including a accused of killing an army private. he said that his son was manipulated and lied to by radical elements in the muslim community. >> where losing american fates. and for america to be on your side, tomorrow the victim might be have blond hair, blue eyes. one thing for sure, is that
it is going to happen again. >>catherine: jackie spier said that his testimony was interesting but he hardly qualified as an expert. the one the hearing included nell muslim organizations or national experts on law- enforcement. stay with us. the one the hearing to not includes hearings from muslim organizations.
then talks of tension brought the oil prices up. i think the market is any excuse to sell off. it took us a long time there was used to the of china. >>catherine: china? >> rob: and even spain cut a downgrade of their debt. and it is not about to unravel or take the train off the track of our economy. >>catherine: and with a buying opportunities right now? >> rob: typically, a 10 percent correction this is right now 083% correction. we have a way to go i would rather have-blood on the street, not literally. right now, this is only 83 percent correction--this is only a 3 percent correction. and we need to of a correction.
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