tv KRON 4 News Weekend KRON October 8, 2011 7:00am-10:00am PDT
>> often a bit of overcast conditions with beautiful conditions for fleet week. >> good morning, the skies over san francisco will be filled with the sound of blue angels with crop fleet week. craig sklr is live democrat, good morning. >> >> reporter: yes, this is the beginning of everything. and pier 39 people are born to be cramming and to prepare to watch the blue angels they are going--to attend to watch this
beautiful, awesome annual event. people will watching from the shoreline this started entirely at 12:30. in the highlight of course is the blue angels that begins at 3:00 p.m. many of the tall ships will start their dissent at 11:00 a.m. expecting nice weather and those tall ships are available to mature. public transportation and courage. coastal ships-your able to walk through their torpor. public transportation is encouraged.
>> thank you, craig. >> marty: this begins at 11:00 a.m. hon. the big air show featuring the flu angels from 12:30-4:00 p.m. also want to remind to view one of our special of to remind you of the one hour special. -- >> isabel: the decibels levels could cause damage to your hearing. earplugs would be a good idea. taking a look outside, the headlights on the bridges. with our forecast.
>> janu: we are expecting a beautiful day today. clear skies. we will take this live look outside. you can see partly cloudy conditions. from our roof cam some peaks of sunshine and mostly clear skies this morning. mild temperatures and light breezes. a warming trend headed our way. we will see upper 40's through oakland and the northern bay. however by 10:00 a.m., more 60s indicated by the green on your screen. by 3:00 p.m., some 60's and 70's inland. by 8:00 p.m., 50s and 60s. taking a look of those afternoon at numbers says. 72 in oakland. with mid
70's in the north bay. upper 60s along the coast for the air show. 77 expected in concord. by noon, sunny, mild. 64 degrees. 68 bu 3:00 p.m. is going to be gorgeous. with more temperatures. a nice warm-up next week. >> isabel: what was supposed to be an easy flight from monterey to white turned into an ocean rescue. the pilot ran out of gas and had to land in the pacific ocean. dramatic video shot from the coast guard it crashed into the water. about 500 mi. from
hilo, hawaii. it the coast guard flew alongside instructing the pilot how to instrument the crash landing. none-life threatening injuries. >> marty: jason evans is in custody after striking an officer. this began with a call to police friday morning of a suspicious activity. when police arrived, the officer's gun was taken. evans was taken to the hospital he is would be charged with attempted murder and assault. >> isabel: more about the deadly
shooting three people killed on wednesday and seven injured. shareef allman was killed on w thursday. -it is reported that shareef allman reported to work, punched in, coffee, and re-entered the meeting and started shooting. >> the exit door was barricaded and internal door was also barricaded inside that trailer. they were able to get through that and some were able to get through but there were trapped in a very small space. >> isabel: he was recently suspended at work. he was claiming that he was not treated fairly. more details on this coming up later. >> marty: bart commuters could
be getting their request for late night service providing 30 extra minutes. the last trains would leave at 12:30 p.m. saturday would start later at 6:20 a.m. that could impact service industry employees. such as hotels and employees. hop others support. >> i think it is a great idea with tourism. >> a wedding for a friend of mine i get dropped off at union city and missed the last train which was awful because i had to call and get a ride. >> marty: they're going to also offer bus service to offer a minimum problems. >> isabel: protesters angry
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>> marty: is only two dozen in san jose still camping out. they have been sleeping in tents on the corner of fourth and santa clara. they're showing solidarity with protesters on wall street angry about corporate greed. >> 99 percent of everybody that has been impacted of this financial crisis. only one person, the banks, wealthy, people that make domestic and international foreign policy are making getting billed out-. - while everybody else gets more poor. we see this as a massive injustice.
>> marty: the city of san jose is given warnings to clear a.for protesters. clearing out-- >> isabel: the package of bills from gov. jerry brown is increasing public safety in regards to gas line. laurel areas, automatic shut off lines and making sure that vulnerable areas--have systems put into place for the evacuations. the deadly san bruno explosion prompted this action upon gov. jerry brown. >> marty: the marijuana trade show attracting jobs speakeseek
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>> marty: we are back on kron 4 news this week and a beautiful view of san francisco. no fog. >> isabel: are those clouds or smoke? >> marty: steam >> isabel: djanu? >> janu: alive look cut of san francisco.a live look a lot of n francisco--with a beautiful afternoon expected for fleet week. a mixture of 40's and '50's to start. half moon bay at 55 degrees. and the futurecast set for 10:00 a.m. is that we're going to see more 60s. by noon,
70's in the north bay and the inland areas and in the south bay. the afternoon highs will be getting into the '60s and '70s and cooling down into the 50s and 60s by 8:00 p.m. this evening. taking a look at the highs tonighfor this afternoon-h 70's through oakland, novado, the 70's for novado. 77 in car concord. a look at your 7 day around the bay there is a warm- up in the store but first getting through monday a slight chance of pop-up storms. just for the north bay and we will be dry and warm by wednesday. look at the high temperatures! upper 80s affected i 7:17. >> marty: huge job numbers showing that 103,000 jobs for
added last month country-wide. a bit more than what analysts expected but not by much. and not enough to change unemployment rate at which a stock at 9.1%. the job gains are not enough to get the economy out of its stagnant state. >> isabel: the first-ever cannabis festival in daly city attracting job-seekers. j.r. stone. >> reporter: most expos can expect to find marijuana, paraphernalia, or a shirt. but it is not often that you find people like michael thompson. a former muni drivers that is just looking for a job. >> all, it is rough i have my applications in everywhere from the federal government. to the state level. no call backs. >> reporter: the cannabis has added a job angle he needs a job
in any way he can get it. >> if you are trying to eat and get the job you're going to do what you needed to do. >> reporter: it is not necessarily mean being a drug dealer organizers, far from it. >> sales, delivery, dispatcher, a cook or working an illegal form. >> the only had five jobs but 500 people applied. >> reporter: he is hoping that cannabis and the jobs created will be able for him to get back into the job market. >> you have to keep looking. keep pushing. stay positive and i know something is going to keep happening. >> reporter: if you missed this on friday it is continuing this weekend saturday, sunday. in daly city, j.r. stone, kron 4 news. for >> isabel: the federal government is escalating the
fight against medical marijuana of cracking down on dispensaries tour of california. u.s. attorney sent out letters for dozens of dispensaries- throughout california-test there 45 days or face federal charges. they say federal drug laws are being violated with a medical marijuana being illegal in california for 15 years but is conflicting with the federal government. they held a news conference. it causes problems of said a californi call bua/// >> medical marijuana was being mailed to other addresses brought united states. $3 million of deposits included bank branches in connecticut. other states from criminal records from other areas of the united states are setting up camp and california taking
advantage of all relax efforts. we're not focused on the small usesmall-operations used by peoe individually. we're focused on commercial lawfu rory's level commercial doub we are targetin we are targeting commercial level high growing areas. >> isabel: also are looking at pot shops near schools and where other areas where children gather. the >> marty: on fleet week and return. >> isabel: a beautiful look of the san mateo bridge
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people are going to break the rules. now here is stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >>stanley: it is that time again time for fleet week. fire up the band, and pull up a seat the more comfortable, the better but give your seats to the lady. and also tweet your friends to tell them that the boys are back in town but not all your parked in the reds' owner. on the subject of parking it is not a good idea to park in a-- red zone or a bus stop loading zone. on the issue of a $250. extra. for the ticket. if you have the tour bus? not recommended to illegally park were double illegally parked. also be on the beaches, the " no pets " you
could be met by a park ranger that will remind you the rules are not just for everybody else. if you are going to eat at the restaurant remember this. eating outside could get unexpected guests and i'm not talking about birds. also feeding the birds is not a good idea of the specially not feeding them fish or fried chicken. do not how ross this police force to not-how reckles or harras the police ho and so come on kron 4 news no more shark fin soup in california. >> marty: a live look outside the golden gate bridge were
(male announcer) live from the bay area news channel, this is the kron 4 news.. >> isabel: good morning, everybody is 7:28 thousands of people are going to be watching the blue angels. part of fleet week. craig sklar is alive. with details. crack, since 1949 over 473 million gray----craig sklar >> they're all preparing out here today. concession stands. the good news is that if your looking up? great conditions.
this field will be filled with people,. 39, marina field. everything begins at 11:00 a.m. with. 39 fear--pier 39 we will e broadcasting this beginning at 11 and the blue angels beginning at 3:00 p.m. this is video from yesterday practicing, training. just a preview of what is to come. it is going to be very crowded. expect large crowds. traffic could be a standstill. public transportation encouraged. it is worth it. the noise is your bleedin-year splis incredible. earplugs
recommended. today, tomorrow, and even on monday. quite a sight. back to. >> isabel: thank you, craig sklar. there were speaking of earplugs. perhaps something that did not think about our animals. please remember to protect your ears and put your animals in a safe place. >> marty: thank you, isabel fat albert is a big attraction for blue angels. for jeff bush. >> reporter: they are known for their jets and high-flying acrobatics but there is another plane. it cannot go on without it is called " fat albert ". it is a cargo flight plane at 110,000 lbs.. the military has used this for decades. to not
let the size will you can go fast and a. maneuverable. it is very maneuverable. the plane starts to show for the blue angels first circling the city. it is a wild ride once we began. began. you heard correct that it applies only 50 ft. above the surface of the water. it flies only 50 ft. above the surface at 350 m.p.h.! it was an amazing experience. with sharp turns, 72-g climb and this was my favorite part the--g with a do- fans a 2g flight to cent. this a
work force with all of the item staffin they will need. that cos of 35,000 lbs. of cargo. >> reporter: they are from the marine corps traveling town to town. these are the same how troubling in a combat zone. these maneuvers traveling---from town to town and even into combat zones. take a look at the landing. the crew checks it when we get back on the ground to make sure that we are ready for our next flight. reporting live, craig sklar, kron 4 news.
>> janu: a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. sun is out, gorgeous! we are waking up to mostly clear skies and mild temperatures. light breezes. warmer trend. temperatures 40's. upper 40's in santa rosa. 50s in redwood city. the same in 48 los gatos and livermore. clear conditions for the air show today. 6:00 p.m., the fog will be pushing in. we will also be waking up to overcast conditions. 6:00 p.m., more widespread. tomorrow, 6:00 a.m. we should see beautiful conditions. seven
is expected however for this afternoon, with clear skies and warm temperatures with a 70's--7 is expected. today, 64 degrees at noon. a 68 degrees by 3:00 p.m. to and a look at your 7 day around the bay will warm of taking a look at wednesday, thursday, temperatures returning to the 80s inland. and other areas would see stuff for other- will see 70's. >> isabel: just two days after steve jobs passing the wall street journal reported that a small scatterin gathering---stes died on wednesday.
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be >> isabel: 7:43. a beautiful cloud coverage but it today, the tower we decided it was 2,500 ft. up. the clouds at mount tam. beautiful >> marty: is usually an obscure word do widview. blue skies. its going to be gorgeous. with 54 degrees and getting to 55 degrees by noon. and about 59 degrees at 8:00 p.m. not warming up that much. with 52 in fremont. by 10:00 a.m., we are
going to start to see more 60s. indicated by the green on your screen. by 3:00 p.m., we could see '60s and '70s and going back down to 50s by 8:00 p.m. mid 70's for los gatos. 64 degrees expected in half moon bay. 72 in oakland. 74 in napa. 77 in concord. a look at your 7 day around the bay warmer temperatures in store. it is going to be pretty hot inland. >> marty: shareef allman was shot on thursday after the
wednesday shooting spree. an antemployee speaks openly. >> he came in. he got a cup of coffee. he came back. he opened fire. i got under the table. we all took it as a shock. when i got to the floor, i noticed that i was already leaking blood. i covered my head. he was still shooting. when i covered my head, blood was still coming out of my wound. it got on my face. he walked over before he left. i saw him under the table. he was walking towards me. i closed my eyes. he left. i heard him turn
around and leave. >> reporter: and he left? >> yes. >> reporter: you played dead? >> yes. the bullet came into here, and outdoor gear. >> reporter: dictum is also presented to teamster-the victim--represents the drivers for the teamsters shareef allman would not represented by this man. issues other truck drivers had, a teamsters of his safety. his driving safety. >> reporter: one of the
relatives also worked at the cement plant but tragically he was also killed. in cupertino, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> isabel: $30,000 seized with smith and other means, two loaded guns, cash. two different homes. methamphetamines. $30,000 in cash. the two loaded handguns. a three-month investigation led them to these homes. one was on helleri way. the 23 year-old is now behind bars. bill = 1 happened in dollars. >> marty: and east neighborhood is one of the best in the nation is berkeley's north neighborhood. demand on number two on the american planning association of list. it came in on no. 2 on the american planning association. the fact that it is near a lot of shopping, footpaths, entertainment. by the way, the
highland park in birmingham, alabama to a number one. >> isabel: in the sacramento area, a wild turkey! it would not leave this woman alone a u.s. milk truck came to her rescue. she is screaming in the background. a u.s. mail truck the u.s. postal service. the truck into her service and rescue. they are saying that these turkeys are becoming more aggressive in this area she is being chased. however, they still got to get footage [laughter] >> right. >> still to come on kron 4 news said details of the iphone 4 as and you can pre-order. for your new iphone 4 s v >> marty: a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. still a bit heavy. perhaps fleet week traffic already. we will be
>> marty: it was the nineth day describing how we help michael jackson through a raging case of insomnia nightly injection's of the powerful anesthesia. >> just make me sleep. it does not matter. whenever you have to do, he said, i cannot function, i do not sleep. the have to cancel and i don't want to cancel but there will have to cancel it. so, i agreed that time that i would switch to the propofol fell.
>> yes and i would give him small amounts that would help him sleep and then see the effect. >> how much do you administer initially? >> 25 mg. >> he was wide awake. i said do you feel a little bit drowsy, i think. he said no. i said how about if you try to meditate? let's change the lighting of the room let's lower the music that he likes to sleep with. which is allowed pyriphlegeth which is hy and his eyes closed.
>> dr. murray is pleading not guilty. if convicted? four years behind bars and he will lose his medical practice. >> isabel: the most successful launch is the iphone 4 s . in the past, long lines of the new introduction even camping out overnight. consumers are not even bothering with that. the pre-order will avoid this. if you would like to get that phone? the gabe slate's tech report this is available for pre-order. there are five different places on the web. appleton,, best buy docked,, at&t .com, apple .com if you order online? it can be
henry is standing by. >> yes they are going to start at 3:00 p.m. with live coverage 3:00 p.m. the c 130 is the fat albert, uss carl vinson will begin at the parade of tall ships under the golden gate. also air shows, rescue maneuvers. and a great era of paddo acrobatic-flight and of ce the blue angels is the highlight at 3:00 p.m. we will bring it to you, live. and tomorrow. a
fantastic day. >> marty: thank you, henry. the parade of ships will begin at 11:00 a.m. under the golden gate bridge in the big air show from 12:30-4:00 p.m. today, tomorrow and a special today at 3:00 p.m. >> isabel: monterrey to hawaii turned into an ocean rescue after a pilot ran out of gas and had to crash land in to the pacific ocean. dramatic video. shot by the coast guard. the plane crashed. it was 500 mi. from hilo, hawaii. the pilot radioed. he said he needed help. he was low on fuel. the coast guard instructed him. over the radio. the 65 year-old pilot was taken to the hospital with none- life threatening injuries.
>> marty: bart looking at a plan for new service hours. late night hours. 12:30 would be the last train. however, saturday morning 6:20 a.m. employees in the hospitality industry. many support this. >> i think it is a great idea. there is a lot of tourism and nightlife. >> find got dropped off at the bart in union city. i missed the last train. it was awful. because i--got dropped off at the bart station and union city when i was in town for a wedding. >> marty: february = beginning of this. >> isabel: jason evanses and
custod is in custody. suspicious activity was reported on in 911 call. their responded. jason evans insulted an officer. jason evans took the gun. he is going to be booked on suspicion of attempted murder and attempted murder. three of the officers are on paid leave while this investigators. >> marty: more of el davis's unfortunate recent death al davis fat f. f.
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>> isabel: al davis known for his rebellious spirit has died. the team announced his dead at 82 years old. >> the latest announcement of the online website. vern gleen is it joining us on the phone. >> it is a sad day for a day of football. >> marty: tell us about the legacy of elvis.al davis-- >> he opened and so many doors for so many people. hiring minorities, and a female feet executive. giving opportunities
with the--taking a chance on players and hiring a--female executive. even misfits from other teams. putting them in the silver/black uniform and rallying behind them. really, being able to have them produce. innovative. forward. he was just a terrific man. >> isabel: you mentioned some of the qualities that make him one of the most significant sports figures in 1999 of the 20th century. he also like the controversial and contrary. difficult. >> we lost vern. if >> marty: vern was an expert and is an expert with the oakland
santa rosa. 49 degrees in oakland, livermore. and 52 degrees in san jose. the futurecast at 10:00 a.m. showing more 50s. by noon, we will see 70's over the north bay and the delta and into the south bay. by 3:00 p.m., topping out into the 60s. mild. sunshine. the pm = 50s. let us take a look at 8:00 p.m. it will be 50s. fremont, 64 degrees. 75 degrees expected in livermore, oakland 74 degrees in napa, fairfield, 69 in richmond. mid-'70s for santa rosa. if you're going to the air show? 12:30-430. it is going to be 68 and beautiful. finally, a look
at your 7 day around the bay we could see some pop up showers on monday in the north bay. clear. in fact, it is going to be very warm. 8:17. >> marty: the longtime owner of hall of famer al davis died at 82 years old. vern glenn has more on the raiders renegade and his wrath. [laughter] >> al davis was the managing general partner of the raiders since 1972. long before that he was the face of the franchise as coach and a football operations. in 1963 he took over a franchise that only had nine victories and three seasons. and then, 10-4. a f o coach of the year. after serving as commissioner in 1966 returned to oakland. the raiders became the most successful team of all
professional sports from 1967- 1985. >> touchdown! oakland raiders. >> this was our finest hours and the history of the oakland raiders. >> 13 division championships and three different symbols. his favorite word was dominate. it was not enough to win 3- different super bowl victories-- >> they instill fear on other teams. he moved from oakland to los angeles the team moved. they tended to block the move. >> they say if i decide to move and i do not intend to ask for a vote. he was known for its legal battles with the n f l. especially with pete how. in 1982, he was inducted into the football hall of famer. >> this honor is a testament to a great organization. with all of the capable people who have poured their talent and
enthusiasm and loyalty and to the greatness of the raiders. and the raiders legend. >> 1995, they came back to oakland. after 13 years and los angeles. if however, people on the field or not kind. there was the 2003 loss to tampa bay and john gordon. --gruden, 24-72 was their record. he was most famous for drafting the n f l quarterback giving him a $30 million. russell 7-18 as a starter, with 18 touchdowns and 23 interceptions was an n f l bossed. davis will be known as the patriarch of a raider nation. carrying the model of " just when the ". 18 of its coaches are in the hall of fame with his mode--his motto was " t
learn? the invigorated the company-- . >> thank you for joining us. >> what is your take? >> he changed the way to everything. publishing, font, a photography, the mac. certainly, principles that have guided him his entire life. and i know this sounds like a soft skill but it is to do what you love and that was his advice. people asked his advice. what would you give? he
said go out and get a job as a busboy until you find what you are truly passionate about. you are not going to create innovative, new, at designing great products unless you are passionate. >> marty: he dropped out of college because it was not fulfilling. >> because he dropped into a class on the calligraphy. it had absolutely no application to his life at the time, whatsoever. a couple of years later it made its way into macintosh the first computer that had beautiful flaunt, typeface, calligraphy. if steve jobs does not followed his passion. it had beautiful dutch bonds-- >> isabel: the other thing that--fonts. >> also, his innate fear of failure. >> kind of like l. davis with innovators passing away this week but he had this incredible standard of excellence. so, he
was a fanatic about every little detail. about every font, pixel. >> he surrounded himself with a very small group of people. six people, seven people if you are not in that group? you were out. but that also speaks to simplicity about apple, everything about apple was simple. in order for all of us to be able to use to computers effect of lead they would have to be simple, elegant, and easy to use. that was part of the philosophy. >> also his presentation style. >> marty: was an innovator and also simplicity they're based on his attire. >> part of his simplicity, the running shoes, the denim jeans, the black turtleneck. perhaps it is not appropriate for everybody
but he created these stunning some plast this simplistic pres. how many of us have the courage to put one word on a talslide. , many, many other companies are trying to emulate that style because it is more effect of. it is more effective to communicate. he knew this is more--effective. >> isabel: and what type of legacy has left with the company? >> from what i understand his philosophy that he has created released has resonated throughout the organization. people cannot forget that jonathan ives is the lead organization designer. mac book, ipad, tim clark is brilliant! is brilliant-- >> he is the ceo tim clartim "t
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will and back live. six amazing aviation fliers. pilots. welcome back. they are flying in a diamond formation and two different pilots they have been around since 1946. this particular group have gone through six different types of air craft. you is really going to be worth seeing. you cannot make it down to into kron 4. we will show you the live action and it is also happening tomorrow. that is what is
happening we hope that you will stick there browned by 3:00 p.m. >> isabel: henry, some information about the 3:00 p.m. show. they are the lo-0-the west since 1946 with seven shows in 30 locations. they are the oldest acrobatic air show. fajis hosted by henle henry. >> marty: al davis has died at 82 years old. he was an innovator. he was a renegade. he was proud of both of those. kron 4 skirt vern glenn. >> good morning. >> >> you mentioned hall l. davis would go after the n f l and
would have battles with commissioners. you >> look at his track record. he was able to build up an empire. he was a risk taker. he would take misfits from other teams and bringing them into his organization. he would inspire them, mold them he was great! and all of his accolades and the " just win " motto he really meant that. hiring minorities,
and hiring one of the most powerful female executives in the n f l. al davis is really going to be missed. i know that we mentioned in previous press conferences that his son would take the helm. we will have to see. just when it 15 was just starting to turn it around. to get just one the team was just 32 turn it around. they played the texans tomorrow. -- a just when the team was just getting ready to turn it around. >> isabel: hiring amy drastic but we also know that he liked to keep this finger in the pie hiring a leaf --trask the you think that it will be in a positive direction high relie hy
trask. >> amy does not have anything to do with the day-to-day operations of the team. from the standpoint of running the organization, and representing the organization. with team meetings, and any legal battles she is the go to person. however, the day today operations from a management, he gave to day operations of--that will be assumed by his son with the day todathat day-to-day- operations. that will be resumed and operated by his son.
>> thank you, vern glenn. >> isabel: it is turning out to be a beautiful day for fleet week. >> marty: john no good morning. >> janu: good morning, marty. john so, good morning. -- >> shawnher name is john roojan >> temperatures outside are slowly to warm with 40's. santa rosa, napa, fairfield, oakland, 52 degrees in half moon bay
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>>gary: and i spent some time with them and the california during the transition of oakland. from los angeles, back to oakland. he was doing some of publicity but please remember the this. there has never been anybody that he was a commensurathe was a commissionea coach and he was an owner. thought not many people have been able to pull off that. >> he was the commissioner of the american football league. they wanted to merge. al davis
said do not emerge let us just keep beating them. make them cater to us. they left him out of the negotiations. hishe was still rumored to be battle. and he would shun the league and sued the league. he did things his own way. particularly, when he really played well since 20 02. everybody took shots at him. and there was a tendency to forget of all the great things that he did accomplish. you watch. all of the great things are corn to come out. it is a change. all the great things are--going to come out. >> gary stand by what we want to
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>> marty: a beautiful shot from mt. tam. >> isabel: the fog is dissipating let us check-in with janu. >> janu: we are seeing that fog over the golden gate bridge but clear skies. mild temperatures, light breezes. a warming of trend in store. temperatures outside are still too warm. 50 in napa, 49 in fairfield.
currently, 54 degrees in half moon bay. by 10:00 a.m., more 60s. 60s are indicated by the green. noon, 70's. indicated by the yellow along the south bay and the delta. the afternoon highs will be topping out into the 60s cooling off to the 60s by 8:00 p.m.. 70's through of redwood city, santa rosa, los gatos. and 75 degrees expected he in antioch. 72 in vallejo. for the air show today? it is going to be just perfect with 63 degrees. and maybe bring a light jacket with some possible breezy conditions. with your a look at your 7 day around the bay dry
and even warming up into the work week. hall about jan wahl? ♪ >> baby, baby, it looks like it is going to rain. that is the son of louis prima, all of the fun of it will have it will make you feel great is at a silos and snap-on next week. still tickets available to see lou prima jr.. keith stance. , welcome. >> hello. >> i am so excited we are very excited. >> i am going to be cheering.
>> it is great. >> he has a wonderful singer. tell me about your place, silos. >> it is a big part of napa. is in downtown napa at the southern end of main street with restaurants and silos is in the middle of the whole thing. >> the napa river and. >> and if you have a couple of drinks? let us just say. and if you can have a place to stay? >> right down the street. >> fantastic. i'd just go crazy for him it is going to be very special. there, you can see how he captures his father's enthusiasm. some of his members of his band are amazing
musicians. >> there is the singer. she is singing in this gettinn reviewg is. >> one of my favorite people will also be at the silo's frank ambrosia. he does a great show but louis prima jr. is who all want you to see. to jump, to jive, this is how you can get here. louis prima is also going to be at harlow's in sacramento and yoshi is in the second cisc san francisco. you can go o the website or i would recommend going to silos napa .com that is how you can find out information. so much
information. >> downtown napa is revived. >> it has. >> several restaurant and we have to give ratios next friday. two different shows. next- saturday we have two different shows. both lee premier, but one at 7:00 p.m., one at 10:00 p.m.. the we prim >> coming up, film reviews. and as a reminder, please remember your family pets during fleet week with their hearing. movie reviews coming up. >> continuing coverage of the death al davis. >> the blue angels all of that when we come back f
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flying acrobatics. however, there is an essential component to their team. it is 110,000 lbs. cargo plane called " fat albert ". do not let its size fool you. can go fast and is very maneuverable. it starts to show circling the city. once that routine starts it is a wild ride. you heard correctly that it flies 50 ft. above the water's surface. that is not much higher than the mast of large boats. we were at 370 mi.
per hour and a sharp climb. with a great experience. and the negative g's, it was like a roller coaster. it carries all of their people, supplies, tools. it is a workhorse. carrying even spare parts. >> that consists of 35,000 lbs. of cargo. >> they are from the marine corps traveling from town to town. the maneuvers are real. maneuvers like this this is how it will land. this approach to the runway. it looks like it is going to fly straight into the ground. at 8 last minute effort,
shocking. they are in the morning. >> marty: a new film about the negative impact the media has on young girls. >>jacqueline and i give a lot oo that. it is a good subject. strong women who rocked! and we are going to talk about fleet week. we will take a different take on it and the new george clooney is anti-woman. and after you see it you would never hire a young girl for an intern. she is the temptress a very old fashioned concept. >> marty: thank you, jan. >> isabel: a live look outside.
you can see a bit overcast. >> marty: janu has the forecast. >> janu: good morning. we are taking a live look with sunshine. and a little bit of a fog out there as well that showed burned out. with redwood city showing 70's. eventually getting to 75 degrees. temperatures are still in the 50s. 53 degrees in san francisco. 52 degrees in san jose the fog tracker showing that it will set off the coast. clear conditions for the air show. by 6:00 p.m., picking up along the coast inland and the east bay. more widespread, overnight. we are going to wake up to overcast conditions
tomorrow. but plenty of sunshine. plenty of sunshine today as well. 75 and redwood city, redwood city, livermore, antioch. about mid-'70s for santa rosa of. 74 in napa. for those of you going to the air show? 64 degrees. 68 degrees by 3:00 p.m. a look at your 7 day around the bay a slight chance of showers with warm temperatures next week. even hot mid-week next week. this just in to the kron 4 news room we continue to follow this. oakland raiders owner has died. al davis born in massachusetts. he was best known as a rebel. with a part lobos symbolizing his
attitude towards authority on the field and off. his- representation of the logo of the oakland raiders represents his rebellion. more coming up. >> time now for fleet week coverage. >> the skies over san francisco will be filled with the sound of the blue angels later today it is of course fleet week. we have you covered. henry tannenbaum is out at the marine not and he is now a pilot. >> do not give it away. 5,000 ft.! loughne [laughter] seriousu want to come here for fleet week it is not just about the air show. you would have an
opportunity to sit in this. it is also an adul---takes precede. with air show starting at 12:30, the tall ships, the royal--the navy ships. >> that is going on today. also today if you cannot get down here today to the waterfront. we're going to be broadcasting live and bringing you the live action. we will have an expert. one of their pilots to give us a play by play. it will be myself whiff vicki. with--vicki. a
great opportunity. and i would highly recommend public transportation. >> marty: top gun and bomb, thank you [laughter] the parade of ships. it kicks off at 11:00 a.m. the will go under the golden gate bridge of the air show. 12:30 until 4:00 p.m. today, tomorrow and to remind you that kron 4 has a one hour special. that starts at 3:00 p.m., today. >> isabel: we will tell you about park service extended. and making people a little unhappy and other people happy. a look at the san mateo bridge. ♪
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>> isabel: what was supposed to be a easy flight from sacramento to hawaii. this is a dramatic video shot by the coast guard. this pilot realized he was low on fuel and an. he prepared for a crash landing. this 65 year- old pilot was taking to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. >> marty: flee fleet servicefl c service hours later. only by 30
minutes. many people support this idea. >> with increased tourism i think it is a great idea and a san francisco night lights. >> i was attending a wedding, got to dropped off at the bart station and the train was not there. i had to call for a ride. the impact could be felt by early morning hospitality employees on a saturday mornings. instead of 6:00 a.m., 6:20. if >> isabel: the latest shareef allman >> the back door to the trailer
with of been an excellent point was blocked with a piece of wood. he also tied an internal door. but there were able to break through that. he did drop them in a very, very small space. >> isabel: was offset with his recent work suspension. >> marty: not a new documentary that challenges the media representation of females and how what index young girls and even boys. it impacts-young girls in the tre image. a >> isabel: beautiful day i ♪
--welcome back. a warming trend with a beautiful forecast on tap. finally, 60 in antioch. 50s and oakland. and 58 degrees currently in mountain view. the futurecast at 10:00 a.m. with more 60s indicated by the green. by noon, 70's. 3:00 p.m., '60s and '70s and also going down to about 50 tonight. take a look at the high temperatures, a gorgeous. mid-70s through livermore, antioch and the east bay shore mid-70s through santa
rosa of patand if you're going o fleet week? 60s by noon. and eventually 68 degrees for the high. a look at your 7 day around the bay a slight chance of showers in the north bay. it is going to warm into the work week even getting caught by mid- week. 9:16. >> in a world of 1 million channels people try to do more shocking in shocking things resorting to sex and violence. or images demeaning. >> when is it going to be enough. >> get a woman in the oval office. >> what is the moo >> it is called ms. representation the underrepresentation of women of
power and influence. lisa ling, connelly's ar decentralization i zation of women. >> i knew that i wanted to have children. and i was in hollywood one that the reality tabloid culture took off. i was concerned on how raising a child in this environment would impact. sexes and towards sarah palin, heller clinton on the 20 08 campaign. i felt like there wa somethin going on and that we needed to address. with hillary clinton on the 2008
campaign. that led me to creating this film. >> a master's degree from stanford. you also are an actress. extremely qualified for this role. >> women are part of this. i have made mistakes. purch buying into culture of a self of check to vacation. this is a welcowe call. and the media is e most persuasive impact. we have a responsibility not to support this or buy into it. that is why i think we can impact change women are 86 percent consumers with tremendous power. we're not using it. we are not having to
purchase or buy into the housewives, or skimpy clothing for zero or eight year-old daughter is encouraging them to be sexual. >> a lot of times this is a social action? >> yes we have a rule out with our film and that work on the oprah winfrey winfrey networ and when you can do is individual. major appropriate modules to continue conversations with your children and educated youth. young children are not buying into this. >> this was heavy 90 minutes. it looked at a lot of issues. one of the things i found was the
hope. some of these kids are so excited and smart. jan wahl, always talks about you have to teach kids critical thinking and i think that is a great point. >> yes our and education curriculum. encouraging them to join us on line. men, women, to engage in this conversation. if we do not change our own thoughts and patterns and actions as individuals than hall of record to impact the crater culture. it is how you can impact and what can you do as an individual? >> tell us about the women in the film. >> condoleeza rice, katie couric, gloria steinham and gloria steinem thinks that we
still have a lot of work ahead of lost. we need to unite. >> isabel: for the women's lib in the 60s in the 70's is kind of like deja vu. wasn't this addressed? was this not a trust already? >> correct. however, we have had a backlash. with the last decade, in particular. to use social media to come together. women need to be heard. we all recognize that. it is critical for the future of our world and our youth. women have to be given equal opportunities to succeed. >> isabel: if women had their own voice. >> yes. i found my voice making this film and i hope to inspire others. >> a cartoon? >> yes we have one in the works. >> misrepresentation debuting
al davis has died at 82. he was a coach. he was a commissioner. he was an owner. vern glenn. a pioneered in professional football l. davis was the managing general partner of the writers' organization since 1972. long before that he was the face of the franchise for football operations. he was about the a n f l coach of the here. he returned to oakland.
the raiders became the most successful team of all professional sports for 1967, 1985. >> touchdown! >> this was our finest hour. >> the team won 18 division championships and three super bowls. his famous work was dominate. they thrived on a striking fear and intimidation. in 1982 they moved from oakland to los angeles and attempted to block the move. >> if i decide to move on and not going to ask for a vote. he was known for his legal battles with the n f l. and with the then commissioner, pete roselle. fast >> he was then inducted into the hall of famer. >> this is great testament to a
great organization and the confident people that have poured in their confidence, enthusiasm. for the oakwood versioakland raiders legend. >> in 1995 they moved back to oakland after 13 years and los angeles. people on the field were not kind to davis the with the 20 03 loss to tampa bay. and raiders coach john gruden 24-72 was the record. russell was given $30 million. seven-18 as a starter with 18 touchdowns and 23 interceptions was a an n f l bust as the greater nation carrying the modern " just win
it joining us. >> they will gather. houston is the side of the next owners' meeting. you have big hitters and al davis is the chairman of the board. without him in that room it is going to be a huge, huge difference. it has always been assumed that his son, mark will assume that role. the oakland raiders playing texas tomorrow. i am eager to see what members of the team half to say.
have to say. as i mentioned, just one the team was starting to get it. there were getting to-2, huge jackson, and just when there were just starting to get going with their score of 2- 2. >> the interesting thing of al davis is that most recently he liked his hand in the plays. choosing players. he was very much a hands on owner. >> kind of like billy been he knows more than the manager. al davis has been a coach. his innovative. to stretch the field, the forward pass he knows all of that. at 82 years old. >> isabel: here controversy about them but what do you think? >> i remember the first time i
met allen davis. this was early 1990's when i met al davis. the to non cash-we have this big a e shot--he was in union square. i was supposed to go get al davis in his room while gary radnich was elsewhere. even then, al davis did not move that quickly. i am already intimidated and i say l. davis i'm here to a score to. and the walt, step by step. and i said that al davis, and i am here to walk with you-escort you to the public speaking engagement that you are scheduled for. he said " young
man do you know what it means to have l davis on your station to have l davis. and i said yes, thank you. >> marty: thank you thank you, vern glenn. >> isabel: we are definitely going to hear more stories about al davis. today hundreds of thousands of people are going to be watching the blue angels over the skies of san francisco it is part of the fleet week activities. henry is live.
henry, you have the details. henry. >> hello. there is a lot more than just these ships and air craft at fleet week. they have an entire playground to fleet week devoted to fleet week. my friend is part of the foundation is preserving the history of aeronautics and the space program. if this is a challenger spa suit. what is really going to be drawn a crowd is the ships and the aircraft. the ships began under the golden gate bridge today. uss bonhomme richard anwar al- awlak uss carl vinson aircraft,d aerobatics. at 3:00 p.m. the blue angels take off. we are going to bring you a live of broadcast. 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
be also tomorrow. this is a good chance for you to check it out. what a good, strong piece of a device. there are a lot of places to visit. along the waterfront, from. 39 pier 39. use mass transit. >> you are doing a great job, henry thank you. if you want to tune in for our one hour special? that is it today at 3:00 p.m. hosted by henry and the kevicki. >> janu: good morning we have a
live look outside of the bay bridge. overcast to reabut a gos day in store. 60s by the this afternoon. that fog will be just off the coast. it will be perfect for the blue angels. by 6:00 p.m., we could see fog pushing and by midnight. more widespread early-morning. we will wake up to fog. and a good overcast. 70's through redwood city, and a the if there arewe will be back after this
>> isabel: a difficult lesson with a safety legislation that governor jerry brown signed into law. gas pipeline safety. the legislation that sets new standards for emergency preparedness, mandates automatic shut off valves. and yin shores the utility lines are testing gas lines. this was the byproduct of the unfortunate tragedy in san bruno. eight deaths, 34 homes destroyed. at the state learn critical lessons. if >> marty: is officially the illegal to distribute shark fin. it is matched by mixed reviews. the activists
confirm that this needs to be put into law to save the species. however, asians are calling this a racial law. jan wahl. i any character. and a place full of character fisherman's wharf. a little bit about the history. the show " prohibition " beloved happened at fisherman's wharf. the new george clooney will be
>> isabel: janu >> janu: alive looalive loo \ ad temperatures with a perfect forecast for the to angels. with a live look outside. antioch, mountain view, '50's by 10:00 a.m. we will see more 60s. and by noon, 70's. and along the delta socked in and the south bay the afternoon highs are going to be really nice with 70's. 64 degrees expected in half moon bay. 72 in oakland.
napa, fairfiel looking at beautiful thames. if you are going to the air show? 64 at noon. it is going to be a little bit chilly but plenty of sunshine. a slight chance of showers for the north bay. 9:47. >> the i think we are going to be talking about the navy. and fisherman's wharf. it has been around for 150 years. it is full of characters. let me remind you that fleet week is happening. the parade of ships at 11:00 a.m. please be careful with animals they get so scared. and
this is this a hat that is one of the things that happened with fisherman's wharf. with so many things. kevin carroll. it >> good morning. >> what a fun place to do so many great things. >> a lot of fun with great times. and we will work clothes with emergency preparedness is that it is we work-closely with the emergency preparedness. >> how is it with fleet week? >> the focus is a humanitarian relief and is tha disaster reco. and san francisco is always prone to one earthquake so it is perfect sense. >> this is from laseric's
leave this is from yesterday. and-actually this is from yesterday. i love where people that do not know is it that.... the parade of ships is beginning at 11:00 a.m. to come in early, stay. have lunch. with great music events at piccadilly square. >> what do people do not know about fishermans wharf? >> historic. you can see ships that were before the golden gate bridge that transported people. the museum is a vintage awesome
place. >> wild women of the wharf. you were telling me about a woman. >> a sports fishing boat is whacky jackie. we have incredible people. >> great shops. >> cool stuff, chocolate, gifts, art. >> i love that! it is fisherman's wharf and the celebrating my friend. i am married to a navy guy. the 30th
anniversary of a fleet week. and fisherman's wharf .com 1776 talk about movies that address politics. this is addressing the democratic nomination. philip seymour hoffman, george clooney, and ryan gosling really great acting. the trouble is that the movie is it true recumbent depressing and disheartening. we have seen this before. it will take you out of your current state of mind but it is still three, depressing how a negative portrayal of
women. disappointing. still, thank you for being here fisherman's wharf. you will be surprised how much great it is. >> british royalty prince harry is beginning to months of training at the naval air base. the young are royal will be learning about flight awareness, landings and weapon systems this is in california and arizona. he is a helicopter rescue pilot. adding to his bonafide status. >> marty: the east bay is being dubbed one of the best on the american planning association
of the old football league. he was a coach. he was the owner. he was the rubble. establishing silver/cold and the pirate with the-rebel status. silver-black --he was hospitalized in the past. the will issue a statement later. >> we will stay on top of this. >> thank you for joining us. 3:00 p.m. air show 50