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peaceful rally in costs occupy millboard. in rome, they smashed cars and windows. there were also protests in frankfurt and in london. it is worldwide protesting against corporate greed and austerity measures. it is reported that there will be some 800 protests across the globe.
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>>marty: franco got plaza. the occupy protests are continuing in cities across the country. craig skalar is live from the plaza. >>craig: this entire plaza is now covered. hundreds of there are homeless here as well, it could be a tad misleading as to how many people are actually here. it is a pungent smelling area right now. they tell me that police are not causing any trouble. things have been pretty peaceful. the amount of people in the the number of people is growing as the
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days come by. it is reflected in what you are seeing around the country. as that grows the flaws of becomes more populated with people. >>marty: you may have mentioned this already, how many people the estimate are there? if >>craig: i cannot get an exact number, at least a couple of hundred. they cover one end of the plaza to the other. the plaza is critiqupretty crowded. >>ysabel: from the east bay to the north bay where the movement is taking its message, protesters plan to picket in front of the san rafael bank of america at noon and santa rosa city hall at 1:00 p.m.. the occupy groups are citing economic disparity between the richest one percent of
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the population and the remaining 99%. they want and tax cuts for the rich, cutting military spending and regulating big banks and wall street investment firms. >>ysabel: here is a quick look outside. a lovely overcast. it is a pretty picture. >>robin: the sun is coming up and the fog is still out there. the fall will lead to out the afternoon. here is a look at fog tracker. by 10:00 a.m. we will get some clearing. that is where it will hang out. by noon, we will still have fog from the north bay all the way down to san francisco. the interesting thing about today, the fall will linger and move back into of the afternoon. in 6:00 p.m., you can see the fog stretches through concord, oakland and san bruno. here is a look at
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current conditions are right now. here is what you can expect for today, coastal and bay fog. mild conditions for the afternoon. 60s along the coast, 70's and 80's around the bay. coming up, your 7 day around the bay forecast. >>ysabel: continuing to pound on critics of his jobs bill, president obama spoke about it while in michigan. he was on an auto plant tore on friday with the president of south korea. he said if republicans will not act on individual portions of his plan, they will have to explain to voters what they are against. his jobs bill died in the senate. obama and senate democratic leaders are trying to break
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the bill into pieces and has it that way. >>ysabel: in napa, a girl's softball coaches need no contest to having a sexual relationship with the minor. she faces up 8 years in prison after molesting a girl on her team. she says that the sex was consensual, but because of the girls age, it was illegal. >>marty: in san jose, university police are looking for a man accused of assaulting two women on campus. both attacks took place wednesday evening between 73830 p.m.. the women said they were walking along when a man rode up on his bicycle into croaked them. he is described as a latino man. police are increasing controls on campus and asking anyone with information to give them a call. >>marty: in hillsboro,
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police are looking for burglars who broke into a home on friday between 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.. police did not have a suspect. they are urging residents to lock doors agues alarm systems. >>ysabel: still to come, the seal beach attacker faces the death sentence. we will have more on that this morning. >>marty: here is a live look outside of the golden gate bridge. a little bit of fog. if we will have a full forecast still ahead. we will be right back.
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>>marty: prosecutors will be seeking the death penalty against the man they accuse of going on a shooting spree at a beauty salon. the accused scott dekraai of killing eight people including his ex-wife. one of the shooting victims remains in critical condition. on wednesday,
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decried a on a bulletproof vest, walked into the salon and started shooting. >> i charged scott evans to cry with eight felony counts, special circumstances first-degree murder. he is also charged with one felony count of attempted murder. the defendant is being held without bail. authorities believe the custody battle over his eight year-old son was the motive. >>ysabel: a major crackdown in the south bay. we have details in just a moment. >>marty: here is a live look outside of san francisco. a little bit of a fall, but not too bad. we will be right back.
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>>marty: we are back on the kron4 news weekend. a live look outside, a beautiful view from mt. tam. >>ysabel: rob and winds in will tell us what to expect better weather. >>robin: mild clouds and fog. it will be nice, not too hot. high temperatures in the mid '80s. definitely cooler today. let's take a look at current conditions. mostly '50s and '60s right now. here is a look at what you can expect for the next couple of days. for sunday morning fall. conditions will get cooler. that trend will continue. a slight increase in temperatures on monday, it little bit
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warmer, 82 expected for the inland valleys and 64 at the coast. cooler for the weekend and a slight warm up as we head into next week. temperatures are down a little bit compared to yesterday. when i come back, your extended forecast. >>marty: a major gain crackdown in northern california centered in the south bay. the operation took a year and a half. officials announced the arrest of over 100 suspect's on friday. law enforcement efforts started in gilroy and quickly expanded. alameda, santa clara, santa cruz, santa anita and if monterey our cities all
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involved. rb fladeboe has more on the operation. >>rob: operation garlic press as it is now targeted known and suspected gang members and tied to the illegal narcotics trade. heavily armed teams of state and local law enforcement officers served warrants at a home in east gilroy and at some 27 different locations across five counties. there have been 115 arrests, 27 in gilroy alone, all of them either gang members, career criminals or violent felons. since at a news conference, the state attorney said the operation has put a major dent in the local drug trade. >> we have seen an incredible trend in terms of tracking--trafficing up i- 955.
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>>rob: the undercover operation seized large amounts of narcotics and other drugs, firearms and cash. more than 87 stolen vehicles and a warning from the gilroy police chief that it is not over yet. >> we will be following up on this case and looking for people that we have not been able to take into custody. we will be proactive with anyone who comes to gilroy that wants to commit a crime. we will go after them. >>rob: in gilroy, rb fladeboe, kron4 news. >>ysabel: oakland reported its 84th homicide of the year. investigators say a man was killed and eight of the person shot, and no arrests have been made. this happens just as the interim police chiefs said said. mayor jean kwan prepares for the neighborhood safety summit.
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>>reporter: the oakland neighborhood safety summit organized by the mayor will happen on friday. there are workshops that people can attend such as the oakland violence intervention strategies, a gang awareness training, racial profiling, self protection and human trafficking. the mayor says they were able to bring back 38 laid off police officers. one person says she believes the mayor scheduled this in october because of one reason. >> many of us see the timing of this related to the upcoming election. part of the conversation is about generating new resources to pay for public safety. i did it she is convinced that tax will do that. i can tell you that my constituents in the part of the city that
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represents are probably not so interested in these topics as much as they're interested in how the city can do a better job with enforcement. i do not blame the chief for resigning. i am very frustrated about the conditions that led to his resignation. >>reporter: i have a staff of police grafting's levels from three years ago to now. >> this is where we were three years ago, this is where we are today. >>reporter: the mayor was unavailable for comment. in oakland, reggie kumar, kron4 news. >>marty: a softball coach is pleading no contest to molesting a 16 year-old team member. she claims the sex was consensual off but also admits that it was illegal. she is now facing up to eight years in prison. >>ysabel: in concord, we have a dramatic rescue video
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taken from a firefighter's helmet camera. the please happened early friday morning at home and concord.
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>>marty: when the project is completed, this will connect the golden gate bridge to highway one and the marina. of project is scheduled to be finished in 2013. >>ysabel: in a major new program and the president's health-care law is being dropped. we will tell you why. >>marty: here is a live look outside the san mateo bridge. we will be right back.
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the current can temperatures. a full forecast coming out. >>ysabel: at the top of the news, a big disappointment for president obama. a major new program and his health care a lot is being dropped. federal officials concede that the long-term care insurance plan is flawed and could not be made financially self sustained. republicans are calling the decision a victory. >>marty: this weekend in washington, festivafestivities r the martin luther king monument. black this morning, we are hearing from the only living member of off looking for fraternity. >> the man had his mind on
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doing a particular task to help others, you could not turn him around for any reason whatsoever. >>marty: the new am ok monument is not far from the lincoln memorial. >>ysabel: still to come, we will take you back to the occupy oakland in protest. >>marty: here is a live look outside of the bay bridge. we will be right
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gone global. there have been protests in london and germany as well. worldwide protests against corporate greed and austerity measures. there will be some 800 protests across the globe today. >>marty: @ frank ogawa plaza, it looks like a campground. the occupy protests continues there in cities around the country. craig skalar is light on the scene to report the latest. >>craig: it is a sea of tents. let me give you a bird's-eye view from protests have been growing over the last week or so. you have seen more people out in these locations. i understand in europe as well. basically, that is what is happening. around
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here, they are telling me that there are homeless people using this as an opportunity for shelter. the total number of people may be misleading as to lose protesting. this is a bit of a pungent smell out here. >>marty: there is a bit of a chill in the mornings.
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>>robin: temperatures will be nice in the bay area today, not too hot. mostly
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in the mid '80s with a lot of all this morning and into the afternoon. by 8:00 a.m. we will still have coastal fog. third by 10:00 a.m. of the fall will slowly start to pull back. it will stay along the coast. by noon, fog up and down the coastline. after noon, it will work its way back into the inland valleys. by 6:00 p.m., fog and concord and oakland. temperatures will be mild. expectancy cooler conditions along the coast. a mild day expected for today, 60s along the coast, look at a highs for today. we have low-eighties in the east bay valleys. 70's up and down the peninsula.
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mostly '70s for the north bay. 794 sonoma. coming up, your extended forecast and what you can expect for the days to come. >>ysabel: in napa, a girl's softball coach pleads no contest to charges of having a sexual relationship with a minor. she faces up to eight years in prison for molesting a girl of the softball team she coached. she separated from her husband and moved in with the girl's family. that is when the relationship began. she is now awaiting sentencing. >>marty: san jose state university police are looking for man accused of assaulting two different women on campus. the women say that they were walking on when a man on a bicycle corps of them. the suspect is described as latino, around 19 with spiky black here. if police are
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increasing patrols and asking anyone with information to give them a call. the hillsboro police are looking for a breeze of a burglar who broke into a home in the middle of the day on friday. the break-in happened between 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m... >>ysabel: flooding in thailand has stranded a herd of elephants. >>marty: we should have a beautiful day. we will be right back.
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>>marty: new details and southern california, prosecutors will be seeking the death penalty against the the man who went on a shooting spree in a beauty salon. and they accuse scott dekraai of killing eight people including his ex-
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wife. one of the shooting victims remains in critical condition in hospital. on wednesday, he put on a bulletproof vest, walked into the salon and started shooting. five >> we charged mr. dekraai with eight counts of special circumstance first-degree murder. he is also charged with one felony count of attempted murder. the defendant is being held without bail.
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>>ysabel: several elephants are stranded on top of a bridge in thailand. if the elephant climbed on the bridge to receive quickly rising waters. they are in need of fresh water and food. elephants can swim for this year the babies will drown. >>marty: the big band--big ben and london is leading. it's powerful ways for 8.5000 t.
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>>marty: still to come, home prices continue to drop. >>ysabel: we will show you how people in the bay area are taking advantage. >>marty: we are taking new- line outside with a view of san francisco. we should have a nice day around the bay to. we will be right back.
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>>ysabel: a beautiful look outside. we will be right back.
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>>ysabel: this the tim burton johnson caught a 7 yd
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touchdown pass with 36 seconds remaining to stop the war years. both teams committed six turnovers each. the spartans have run three of the last games. >>ysabel: the st. louis cardinals are one win away from the world series. the cardinals are a 3-2 lead in the national league championship series. a win would put them to a world series for the first time since 2006. her
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>>marty: and hockey, san jose was shut out on their first road game of the season. >>ysabel: still to come, more sports news and weather. >>marty: we will have a live report from oakland coming up on the occupy protests. a full forecast straight ahead as well. we will be right back.
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>>ysabel: welcome back to our second hour. the occupy wall street protests are gaining force. demonstrations are planned in the cities around the globe. we will have a live report, not on local protests. >>marty: san jose state university police are increasing their numbers on campus, we will explain what happened there. >>ysabel: the occupy wall street protests have gone global. call millboard australia, rome, london, germany. this is a part of a
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worldwide protests against corporate greed and austerity measures. there had been some 800 protests across the globe today. >>marty: in downtown oakland, franc's fall cauliflowerettes, it is looking more and more like a kid kron4. occupy protests continued their. craig skalar is light on the scene. >>craig: fit the plaza in front of city hall is quite crowded. here is an aerial look. the only area not covered are the areas used to feed people. it has grown exponentially since early last week. one organizer said the number of people
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here has grown quite a bit. >> every day there are 3-5 new tents up. there are now over 100 people down here. >>craig: fifth general estimate is 200 people. the majority are protesters but they are taking in homeless as well. " there is a slight pungent odor. they are making an effort to keep things clean. kohen
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>>craig: you mentioned it they are getting ready for breakfast, who is funding food for them? >> they are using local charities.
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>>marty: here is a beautiful view from mt. tam. the robin winston has more on the forecast. >>robin: like a marin's hands some spots. the fog will stick to the afternoon. partly sunny conditions and the mild. here is a look at fog tracker. the fog stretches in oakland, vallejo and concord. by 10:00 a.m. it will peel back. by noon, the fog is slowly started to move back in. jests fists but a lot of thought out there. 50s and 60s but we do have some
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warmer spots. here is a look at what you can expect the next three days corridor is capable fog and mild temperatures. tomorrow will be cool and monday, a slight increase in temperatures. back into the 80s and some of the warmest locations. >>ysabel: and national news, president obama continues to pound critics of his jobs bill. his latest attack came from the floor of a gm plant in michigan. his favorable ratings have dropped considerably in detroit. fee was on an auto plant tour on friday with the president of south korea. he said if republicans do not act on individual portions of his plans, they will have to explain that to voters. his
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jobs bill died in the senate. he plans to break the measure into pieces and pass it that way. in napa, a girl's softball coach pleads no contest to sexual abuse charges. she faces up to eight years in prison for molesting a crawl on her softball team that she coached. she separated from her husband and above did with the girl's family. that is what the relationship began. she claims for theft that sex with the girl thought was consensual although illegal because the girl was under age. >>marty: to women were attacked on wednesday on the san jose state university campus. the women said it or walking along when a man rode up on a bicycle and grabbed them. the suspect is described as a latino, around 19 years of age.
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police are increasing patrols. >>marty: hillsboro police are looking for a suspect, a recent burglar who broke into a home in the middle of the day on friday. they said the burglary happened between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.. they are urging residents to lock their doors and to report any suspicious behavior. >>ysabel: and concord we have a dramatic rescue video taken from firefighters. the blaze happened early morning at a home. there is a view from the firefighter's helmet. they were able to pull a bed ridden woman and her caretaker to safety. in major new program in president obama as health- care law is being dropped. soft coming up on the kron4
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news, details on the shooting in the seal beach. the suspect was in court yesterday. >>henry: we have some great things coming up. a wonderful plan for raising money for the victims of the tsunami in japan and then, we have a crown all the way from italy. that is coming up on the kron4 news weekend. but ago through aif an at at
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>>marty: prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against a man they say went on a shooting spree at a salon. they are accusing scott dekraai of killing eight people including his wife. one woman remains in critical condition in a california hospital. he put on a bulletproof vest, walked into the salon and started shooting. >> we are charging him with eight felony counts of special circumstance first- degree murder. the special circumstance is for multiple murders. he is also charged with one felony chilcounts of attempted murder. he is being held without bail. investigators believe a custody dispute was the motive behind the shooting. coffer
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>>marty: if we will take a live look outside of golden gate bridge or. it is smooth sailing. but her can't sleep, ther.
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>>robin: a call start out there. the fog will linger throughout the afternoon syrian and here is a look at whether headlines. sunny and mild. on monday, a slight increase in temperatures but cooling back down for tuesday. here is a look at temperatures for today. 83
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in antioch. cooler weather up and down the coast. we have nice weather and the north bay at law. here is a look at the 7 day around the bay extended forecast. >>marty: a major gain crackdown centered in the south bay. the undercover operation took about a year and have. law enforcement efforts started in gilroy
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but quickly expanded. the suspects are from alameda, santa clara, santa cruz and monterey. most of the people arrested are known or suspected gang members. rob fladeboe has more. >>rob: operation garlic press as it was known in gilroy targeted more than suspected gang members tied to the illegal narcotics trade. heavily armed teams of states and local law- enforcement officers like this one if served warrants at home in east gilroy and at some 27 to from locations across five different counties. there have been 115 arrests today. 27 and gilroy alone, all of them either gang members, career criminals or violent felons. in a news conference, the state attorney general said the operation has that a major dent in the local drug trade. >> we have seen and credible tran in terms of trafficking of drugs and narcotics
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coming up these 55. there is a real connection in terms of what happens in one place and the region and state as a whole. >>rob: the undercover operation resulted in a seizure of large amounts of narcotics and other drugs, firearms, cash in more than 87 stolen vehicles and a warning from gilroy police if that is not over yet. >> we will continuing to follow this case and looking for all that we have not been able to take into custody. we will be proactive with gains and everyone who comes to gilroy who wants to commit a crime, we will go after them. rob fladeboe in gilroy, rob fladeboe, kron4 news. >>ysabel: in another note, the grand lake theater was robbed last sunday but the thieves left almost empty- handed. they brought tools to crack open the safe, they
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damaged the safe that they were not able to break through. in the and they only made off with quarters into bags the candies. the theater manner jerk was joking saying that the thieves were stocking up for halloween. >>marty: caltrans says the presidio car with a project is on schedule. they have to move traffic off of the oil drive and rerouted to the tunnel. >> at the end of this year we are wanting to move the traffic of of doyle drive onto a temporary structure. that allows us to build the second half of the project. >>marty: the second phase includes the construction of three additional tunnels. the new road will connect the golden gate bridge to several areas including highway one and at the marina. the target is scheduled to be finished in 2015. >>ysabel: henry as usual is clowning around. >>henry: i resent that. the
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fact of the matter is, and we are juggling some pretty complicated issues serious we are going to talk about a standard tradition, it is called the italian family circus. they are in town and have come to visit us.
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>>henry: excuse me. >> throw my hat to me. >>henry: in the wind is no less. this is in the know. he is a clown. a special kind of cloud. he is a clown in the tradition of the
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italian family circus. they are in town performing. theft >> we started in 1842. the things that are different about our show, it is an intimate environment. you really become a part of our family. that is what we want. >>henry: the characters are different. as a different field and it looks like it follows a tradition that goes back a ways. >> it is a very old style circuits think it goes back
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to the simplicity of performing and it really giving your soul to the audience. >>henry: how long have you been doing this? >> since before i could walk. my nephew is now 2 years old. he was born in redwood city. he started performing of the week that he was born. he came into the rain and alan on my brothers and half. cough >>henry: let me introduce you to one other person. needs ran away with the circus. offs
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>> i regret twitter from high school in 2010. i just ran away. >>henry: you decided to find a circus, what have you done so far? >> i have been juggling in working on the show. i have been able to travel the country. >>henry: was a big deal for you to get here? >> i had to fly for the first time. >>henry: i have to ask you, you are always looking for new talent, i guess? >> of course! she and drama of what is his role? scare
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wit >>henry: are you guys a recruiting? >> we are not. if you are out there watching, you cannot just get up and run away and join the circus. ney was an exception. he was juggling since it was probably eight or nine years old, he did not just start. >>henry: what kinds of talents or skills are required to do your job? >> watch media magic. >>henry: let me tell people where you can find the
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circuits. the circuits is happening in redwood city. they set up a tent downtown. you can get more information by going to their web site. they are here through october 23rd. people have been coming here for many years. people have really come to love them. >>marty: we are heading back
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to downtown oakland where the occupy protests continue. we will have that story coming up here with a >>ysabel: we will be right back.
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>>ysabel: the occupy wall street protests have gone global. qr hackethis is all part of worldwide protests against both the corporate greed and austerity measures. it is reported that there will be some 800 protests across the globe
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today. >>marty: in the east bay, frank ogawa plaza, is beginning to look more and more like a campground as the occupy protests continue their and in cities across the country.
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>> right now there are over 100 tents. you can barely see any green grass. >>reporter: the estimate is a couple of hundred people out here. some of those people are not protesters, some of them are actually homeless people this is indicative of what is going on everywhere with the occupy wall street movement. we do not know if the occupy movement is going to get any of barger. >>marty: one question, any indication on how long they plan to stay there?
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>>craig: it is indefinite. >>marty: craig skalar reporting live from downtown oakland. >>ysabel: that the indefinite future might be moved in december fell into the north bay. protesters plan to picket in front of the san rafael bank of america at noon and in santa rosa city hall at 1:00 p.m.. they are citing economic disparity between the richest one percent of the wealthy and the remaining 99%. they want to end tax cuts for the rich and cut military spending. here is a live look outsized. the weather seems to be clearing paths.
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>>robin: of the fog will come and go. here is a look at the golden gate bridge. we have fog covering the towers. fog will linger into the afternoon. let's take a look at fog record for. we still have a fog lingering along the coasts. by 6:00 p.m., the fog moved back in. increasing fog for all the afternoon and cooler temperatures along the coast. a look at whether
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headlines. coastal and bay fog. mild conditions for this afternoon. 70's in the made '80s. here is a look at what you can expect. we have some nice temperatures. we'll have partly sunny conditions, a little bit of fog and a little bit of sun. cooler weather in store for tomorrow. details coming up. >>ysabel: president obama continues to attack those for putting down his work bill. he was on and on a planned tour on friday. he said if congressional republicans do not act on individual portions of his
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plan, he will have to explain that to voters. his jobs bill died in the senate. president obama plans to break the measure into pieces and pass it that way. >>marty: international news coming up after the break. >>henry: the airport plans warehouse sale, they have been accumulating items for months. all stores have new in the box items like this range and washing machine., quickly. they are coming
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fast. at 10:00 a.m. we will tell you all about it on bay area bargains.
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>>marty: as salvage crews in new zealand are unsure of when the pounding surf the low break apart this grounded cargo shipped. that would still more than 1,000 t of oil into the city.-- into the sea. some local officials are calling it the worst maritime environmental disaster and the country's history. workers are hoping to drain the rest of the oil before heavy waves break the ship into pieces. the captain is facing criminal charges for safety violations. >>marty: 15 elephants including seven mothers and their babies are stranded on top of a bridge in thailand because of recent flooding. one of the stranded elephants is a nine year old who is known for his painting skills. if the elephant climbed up their last week to escape quickly rising floodwaters. now they are in urgent need of fresh
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water and food. right now, food can only be brought in by small quantities in rowboats. phallus and are able to swim but it is feared that the bases will drowned. >>marty: engineers have discovered that big ben in london is leaning. principal surveyors say the tower is leaning towards several inches towards the river but there is a rescue plan under way. it is built on clay and engineers have fleeced tubes in the foundation even out the tower which weighs 8.5000 t. >>marty: we will have the weather forecast coming up.
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>>ysabel: we are back with more news around the bay. in napa a girl's softball coach
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seats in no contests for having sex with a minor. she separated from her husband, moved in with the girl's family and that is when the relationship began. she says the sex was consensual but because of the girls age, it was illegal. >>marty: san jose state university police are looking for a man accused of assaulting two women on campus. both attacks took place wednesday evening. the women say they were walking alone when a man rode up on a bicycle and groped them. a latino man around 19 with spiky black here. phillies are increasing patrols and asking anyone with any information on those assaults to contact them. >>marty: hillsboro police are looking for a breeze and burglar who broke into a home around 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.. please do not yet
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have a suspect but they are urging residents to lock doors and report any suspicious behavior. >>ysabel: a federal appeals court have suspended parts of alabama as controversial immigration law. fat has not stopped fears amonamong latino residents. and one at 19 year-old undocumented youths told officials that the situation was dire. the catherine heenan reports. the court allowed the power of the police to question anyone in to detain them at any time. >>reporter: if you could speak to the people who passed this law, what would you say? >> do not be selfish. we all have and want an
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opportunity. >>catherine: and alabama, eight simple traffic stop could lead to deportation. people worry what would happen if the children are in the car. >> if you get detains, they do not detain your children with you. they do not take the children to deal with the. someone has to stay with the children. >>catherine: the law has made it a crime for illegal immigrants to look for work or their children to attend school or anyone to provide housing or transportation for them. all of those provisions have been suspended by the federal courts. a final decision will not come for months. the appeals court denied requests to block other provisions. law enforcement officials can still in jail people because a reasonable suspicion of being in the country unlawfully or anyone lacking proof of the drivers license. state senator says the purpose of the law is to protect jobs. >> our responsibility is to the people of alabama. >>catherine: alabama farmers
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say they are the ones suffering with fruit and vegetables writing in the fields. thousands of hispanics have fled the state. there is no one to fill their shoes. >> no one wants to these jobs. >> americans will not get out in the heat and work. they will not work, they are not as part of workers as hispanics. >>catherine: catherine heenan, kron4 news. >>marty: we're going to turn our attention fees to the weather. a beautiful day around the bay. >>robin: to date will be nice, not as hot as yesterday. here is a live from the bay bridge. we have fog and clouds lingering fog along the coast and inland as well. let's take a look at what you can expect as we continue this morning. fire conditions, '50s and '60s.
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today we will have increasing fog and high clouds with cooler temperatures. in the east bay, mostly eighties. 77 expected for hayward. for the peninsula, mid-upper 70's. one of the warmer spots will be fairfield. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay forecast. crinkling trend next week with high temperatures in the '70s inland and we will stick with 60s for the coast.
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>>ysabel: san jose state pulled out a last victory over hawaii on national television. they found a war years. there were down by eight in the fourth quarter but were turned a two-point conversion to set up the winning touchdown. the spartans have now won three of their last four games. >>marty: the cardinals are one win away from the world series.
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>>marty: san jose was shut out in their first road game of the season. both >>henry:henry:
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>>henry: california artists gathered together and donated art work and sold the art on behalf of the victims of the japanese tsunami in earthquake.-- tsunami and earthquake theory i. fourth for let me introduce you to the organizers. in the past you had artists selling and
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donating what kinds of creation? >> how many different artists from all over the world in san francisco the u.k. and japan donated art work. photography, paintings and music producers and food vendors have donated. >>henry: the videographers have been shooting here. volume for is about silkscreen. kenya explain the idea about what kinds of things the to convert to?
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>> we have a different example designs on the wall that you can take. >>henry: you could even do designs on a bag like this? >> yes. >>henry: let me tell people where you can see this event and to bring your items. it is called rise japan. it is tomorrow from 1:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.. there is an after party as well. it is at studio 931. thank you very much for this wonderful event.
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>>ysabel: coming up, a live report on the occupy protests. >>marty: a live look outside looking at san francisco. we will be right back.
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>>ysabel: welcome to our second hour of kron4 news weekend. if the president is continuing to pound republicans to pass a jobs bill. we will have more on that. >>marty: the occupy wall street movement has found its way into the oakland
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civic center. we will have a live report coming up. >>ysabel: let's check in with henry to see what he has on the menu. >>henry: every years, many tremendously creative people are passed over for jobs because they are not able to show potential employers what they have. some of the finest potential employees never show things well. we have an expert who will tell us how to show off your stuff can be better prepared for a job. that is coming off. >>ysabel: the occupy it wall street protests have gone a global, a group of protesters held a peaceful rally near a bank in millburn. protests also took place in rome, the european central bank in frankfurt
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and in london. all part of worldwide protests against what they're calling corporate greed and austerity measures. there will be some 800 protests across the globe today. >>craig: this is a peaceful protests but growing in size. they are covering much of the plaza except for a few areas. organizers say that this has grown quite a bit in the last week saying that every passing day means
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more intent on the ground. how hot >> things have grown exponentially. every day there are 3-5 the new tents. now, we have over 100 tents. you can see almost no green grass left except in the front where we feed people. >>craig: here is an aerial view of how many tens they are. they do tell me that not everyone is a protester, as some people are homeless. they say the vast majority are protesters. i do not know how much more it will grow. fe estimates you have a feeble here this morning. we will see where it goes from here 58 face- saving are getting along with the police department at least for the time being fear e.f. >>marty: fame give here
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e.f. >>ysabel: occupy wall street is taking its message to the north bay. protesters planted in front of the bank of america. the occupy group is citing economic disparity between the richest one percent of his population and the remaining 995. their goals include ending tax cuts for the lanof rich. >>ysabel: it has been a bit overcast. here is a look at the bay bridge with a little bit of a traffic. >>marty: we are also expecting cooler temperatures. >>robin: cooler temperatures and the fog along the coast get into the east bay. here is a look at our fog tracker. it's the fault will pull back by noon. if the
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afternoon the fall will move back in theory increasing fog throughout the afternoon. here we are at 6:00 p.m.. it is going to be somewhat extensive. a look at current conditions. there is no fog in antioch. it is already warming out there. mostly '50s and '60s right now. a look at whether headlines, coastal and bay fog this morning, partly sunny conditions with of of moving back into the accident. temperatures will be mild. corridor will the knife, not too hot.--is in temperatures will be mild. it will be nice and not too hot. partly sunny conditions for this afternoon and we will get into the '80s. for san jose, the same. wit co
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>>ysabel: in napa, a girl's softball coach has been arrested for having a sexual relationship with a minor.? faces eight years in prison for having a sexual relationships with the girl. she says the sex was consensual but because of the girls age it was evil. stark is now awaiting
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>>ysabel: when we come back, more on the weather. >>marty: here is a live look for mt. tam. we will be right back. for
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>>ysabel: in major new program of. president obama south here law had dropped. republicans are calling the decision a victory. >>marty: this weekend in washington, special festivities as the morning of the king jr. monument is officially dedicated this comes seven weeks after the original of that was canceled because of bad weather caused by hurricane
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irene. this morning, we're hearing from the only living member of dr. king's fraternity. >> of this man had his mind on doing for a particular task for the public and he could not turn them around for any reason whatsoever. >>marty: the new monument it is located not far from the lincoln monument. >>ysabel: still to come, the man who went on in the rampage in at seal beach, defaces the deaths on security lapse. >>marty: a live look outside in san francisco. we will be right back.
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>>marty: new details in southern california, prosecutors will be seeking the death penalty against
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the man they accuse of going on a shooting spree at 880 salon. scott dekraai is said to have killed eight people including his ex-wife. one of the shooting victims remains in critical condition in hospital in southern california. on wednesday, dekraai put on a bulletproof vest, walked into the salon and started shooting. >> i charged dekraai with eight felony counts of special circumstance first- degree murder. the special circumstance is for multiple murders. he is also charged with one felony count of attempted murder. the defendant is being held without bail. >>marty: investigators believe a custody dispute over the couple's eight year-old son was the motive behind the shooting. >>ysabel: let's take a live look outside. more blue skies. this is a beautiful shot from our roof camera. >>marty: that looks like
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city hall. let's find out about the forecast with robin winston. >>robin: we have some clearing out there. it is starting to warm up a little bit. this is from the san mateo bridge. felt a little bit cloudy but there is no fog. take a look at high temperatures for today. it will be nice and not too hot. 70's and 80's in the south bay. 79 for sunnyvale. in the east bay valley, temperatures will be nice as well. 84 martinez. cooler and foreign debt.. 80 for castro valley in fremont.
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>>robin: in the north bay, not too bad. let's take a look at the 7 day around the day forecast. today is not so bad. if some are there is more thoughtful temperatures will faultlessly flight tuesday as they will stay on the hillside for the rest of the week. >>ysabel: 103 suspected gang members are under arrest this morning after a major crackdown in northern california. the roundup started in the south bay. the undercover operation to eight year and a half. state officials announced the arrest of the suspect's on friday. law enforcement efforts started in gilroy but quickly expanded. hong police say most of the people arrested are known or suspected gang members, career criminals or violent
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felons. rob fladeboe has more. >>rob: operation a garlic press in gilroy targeted known and suspected gang members is tied to the illegal narcotics trade. heavily armed teams of state and all law enforcement officers like this one served warrants at home in east gilroy and at some 27 different locations across five counties. to date, there have been 115 arrests, 27 in gilroy along, all of them gang members, career criminals or violent felons. at a news conference, the state attorneys said the operation has been a major dent in the local drug trade. >> we have seen an incredible trend in terms of trafficking of drugs and narcotics. there is a real connection in terms of what happens in was as it plays into the region as a whole
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ended the state as a whole. >>rob: the 18 month undercover operation also resulted in the seizure of narcotics, drugs, firearms and cash. more than 87 stolen vehicles and a warning from the gilroy police chief. >>officer: we will be continuing this case and looking for people we have not been able to take into custody. we will be proactive. for gays or anyone that comes to gilroy to commit a crime, we will go after >>henry: we are talking about how you can find work that maybe is not what you saw it immediately as a possibility for you. where that would be tremendously rewarding that you might be well suited for. we are going to talk to a pulitzer prize-winning journalist. his book is called rare
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find. we will tell you about a coming on the kron4 news weekend.
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>>marty: -- >>henry: in your book is written for executives and help them find exceptional talents and spot that special person that they should hire. it is written by a veteran business journalist. we are born to flip it around the other way and talk about how you can be that exceptional talents and help executives figure out that you are the man or woman-should get the job. the what are some of the things that you might want to bring to a job application or job interview? >> bring your personality.
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for do not be afraid to stand out. he should stand out. give people a reason it to say yes. >>henry: everyone these days nose, he did not have to do what he did before, i am fog for about a hit in the opposite direction. look for
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the fields that are growing in recycle your stories so they work. bring some laughter and have fun. >> i tell the story about taylor swift. do not be
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afraid to lead the interviewer have hon. make it a julia's moment., >>henry: reza maze are officially no longer the way to get a job. they are the way to get an offer sometimes. >> there is an interesting practice that google does. they get as many as 75,000 resonates a week. one of the things they started doing is a reading the recipe for the bottom instead of looking at the lions at the top. they go all the way down to the bottom is is. hah
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>>henry: what about if you are in a holding pattern? >> look at the teaching world, the non-profit and volunteer world. if you cannot find a job with health care, 401k and six- figure salary, keep involved in that field. >>ysabel: coming up will have more from the occupy
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oakland protests. >>marty: here is a live look outside at the bay bridge. phfft
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>> de protesters have grown exponentially. the every day there are 3-5 new tents. death within 72 hours there were 75. hull will have
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almost no green grass areas left. >>marty: there is no word on how long the protesters planned to stay there. >>ysabel: here is a live look outside. things were looking carefully. here is a live look in san francisco. >>robin: we have a lot of fog out there but it will stick around keeping the school. here is a look at future cast. there is a fog stretching in the parts it oakland, berkeley and concord. i that's all p.m. hour we will get more clearing. it is clear from the east bay, up and down the coast. we will have increasing fog through out the afternoon. 5/6 after the of high-fat fare restarted. cool temperatures for today.-shift '50s and six
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cookhouse slowly starting to warm up harry aha how high --by noon a quick warm-up. the fog will continue in the winter throughout the day. we will see nice conditions. coming up we will talk more about the health trend that is in store for the bay area. i'll have details coming up. >>ysabel: in national news, president obama continues to pound on critics of his jobs bill. obama as a favorable ratings have dropped considerably in detroit. he is there on an auto plant tour on friday with the
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south korean president. he said if republicans do not back individual portions of his plan he will have to explain that to voters defeated his nearly $450 billion jobs bill died in the senate. democratic leaders are planning to break the measure into pieces and pass it that way. in napa, a girl's softball coach to plead no contest to having a sexual relationship with a minor. christa tharp phases of 8 years in prison. she separated from her husband in a move in with the girl's family. that is when the relationship began to. she says the sex was consensual but because of the girls age it was also illegal. she is now awaiting sentencing. of >>marty: san jose state university police are looking for a man accused of sexually assaulting two women. the suspect is
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described as a latino man around 19 years old with spiky black here. >>ysabel: coming up, we will tell you what officials in new zealand are worried about a maritime disaster. >> here is a live look outside of golden gate bridge. overcast but not too bad. a beautiful day around the bay. we will be right back. kayla this was in the computer
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>>robin: partly sunny conditions, cloudy as
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increasing fall. here is a look at what you can expect over the next three days. 60s along the coast hot cocoa have tomorrow will be cooler than today. a slight increase in temperatures by monday. back in the '80s. here is cooler weather in store for next week. details coming up. data
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>> how >>marty: fifth half of this and their mother are stranded on top of a bridge in thailand. houselephants can swim but it's feared that the babies will drown. >>ysabel: engineers have discovered that london's famous big bend clock tower is tilting. the principal surveyor's says the tower is leaning by several inches towards the river but there is a rescue plan under way. if al built on clay and engineers have placed all tubes in the foundation here ha.
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>>marty: this weekend, the oakland mayor is heading up a community summit on crime. >>ysabel: here is a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. looks like the skies are starting to clear.
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>>ysabel: in the east bay, the city of oakland will have a safety summit focusing on fighting in preventing crime. this summit is organized by the mayor. there are several workshops that the people can attend to give the people inside into police procedures. one city council members said the summit may be missing the mark. >> i can tell you that my constituents in the part of the city that i represent are probably not so interested in these topics as much as they're interested in how the city can do a better job of enforcement. >>ysabel: if you are
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interested in the topics, it is taking place at laney college in oakland. >>marty: another development in the case of the de anza baseball team and alleged gang rape of a woman at his home. the santa clara district attorney's office chose not to charge of the players. the d.a. said during his campaign that he would reopen the case after the former dea declined to prosecute. the current da says the evidence was simply not too much to take to a jury because the victim could not remember he says of the women who helped rescue the woman did not see the crime in process. despite saying that he could not prove a crime, he called the actions of the young men involved disgusting. >>marty: 103 suspected things members and talents are under arrest this morning after its use of crack down in california various the undercover operation said a year and a half. law enforcement
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efforts began in gilroy and quickly expanded. the suspects are from alameda, santa clara, san the gulf and monterey county school cookhous >>ysabel: >>marty: people in the bay area are buying more homes but paying less for them. home sales are up in every
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bay area counties except san francisco. dan kerman spoke with a real-estate analyst to says, if you are looking for a home, the time is now. >>dan: it is hard to drive down the street without feel will clim--without seeing a fore sign. at this point we are looking at another three-five years for the markets to remain flat. >>dan: the forecast is that property values will only go up 10% in the next five years. that is good news for fliers, that is of sellers. fitful--good news for buyers, bad news for
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sellers. this is one of the best buying opportunities in a ong time. >>dan: some have decided to remain on the sidelines .-him kayla been uncertain as they tried but does the you are such an idiot sometimes if he does sleep easy things to a tiny spot of blood and asleep when he started unwinding like that any this lad
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>> at the end of this year, but we are targeting being able to move traffic of of doyle drive onto a temporary structure. that will allow us to build the second half of the project. >>marty: the second phase includes the construction of three more tunnels. the new road will connect the golden gate bridge to several areas including highway one and the marina. the project is scheduled to be finished in 2015. >>ysabel: a live look outside. we are really starting to clear up as we take a panorama of city hall. >>marty: robin winston is here to tell us about the weekend. >>robin: it will be nice this weekend, a little bit cooler than what we have been seeking. here is a book at current conditions, slowly starting to warm. fall along the coast and parts of the east bay. 60 in hayward, 60 in san jose. in
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los gottas, 50 degrees. 57 and half moon bay. here is a look at what you can expect as we head to the afternoon. coastal and bay fog up by 10:00 a.m.. by noon, we will have some pretty thick warming. 70's by lunch. today will be nice and partly sunny. increasing fog throughout the day. it will not feel that after the next hour or so. 74 expected in san francisco. let's take a look at the high temperatures for today. in the south bay, mostly eighties. we will have some cooler spot. 83 in san jose. fan 81 expected for campbell. in the east bay valleys, '80s up and down the delta up. in san ramon, 82. 84 martina's. career --
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one of the cooler spots. >>ysabel: cards of alabama's controversial immigration law has been suspended. that has not stopped fear among many latino, the residence. latino businesses and workers joined in a one day protests closing stores and boycotted work. in a meeting with the department of justice on thursday, one undocumented youth told officials the situation was dire. catherine heenan reports.
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>> if you could speak to the people who passed this law, what would you say? >> do not be selfish. we all have and want an opportunity. >>catherine: in alabama today, a simple traffic stop could lead to deportation. undocumented workers were re about what will happen if their total r and the car. >> they are not going to detain the children. it will not take the children to deal with you. someone has to stay with the children. >>catherine: it is now a crime for illegal immigrants to look for work or their children to attend school or anyone to provide housing or transport. all of those provisions have been suspended by the federal courts. a final decision will not, for months. the appeals court denied a request to block other provision for. law- enforcement officials can still deal people because of reasonable suspicion of
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being in the country unlawfully or anyone lacking proof of a driver's license. a state senator says the purpose of the law is to protect jobs. >> we have a responsibility to the people of alabama. >>catherine: alabama farmers say that they are suffering with fruits and vegetables writing in the fields. thousands of hispanics have fled the states. >> we have done everything that we can do to replace them. no one wants those jobs. >> americans are not going to get out in the heat and work in the bend their backs all day long. it will not work if they are not as hard workers as hispanics. >>catherine: catherine heenan, kron4 news. >>marty: coming out we will get you caught up on sports. >>ysabel: on the san mateo bridge, traffic is moving smoothly. the skies are starting to turn blue. all is well in the bay area, we will be right back.
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