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of a national memorial to dr. martin luther king. we will take you there a little bit later on. this is happening as of millions around the world demonstrate against what they call corporate greed. fill in some cases, protests are turning violent. a year without going to a supermarket or grocery store, the yourself about any of those, growing most of your own food. we will show you a couple that has accomplished that. tomorrow is the 21st anniversary of the last big earthquake. >>marty: let's take a live look outside. in san francisco, the sun is beginning to rise. we're looking forward to a good day around the bay. let's get a look at the forecast. it is outside of the golden gate bridge. a mix of clouds. if tool inland. the rain is
heading towards livermore. rain chances will die out into the afternoon. a lot of sunshine, very similar to yesterday. here is a look at your current temperatures. half a >>janu: the afternoon will bring a lot of sunshine. here is a look at the expected highs. >>janu: for those of you headed to the gains today, their raiders and the browns, it will be a nice day, mostly sunny. starting the game at 70 degrees and a
warming to about 72 degrees. we will have a roller cold or ride of temperatures in our 7 day around the bay. there is a chance of coastal drizzle on tuesday evening and then it things will warm up again towards the weekend. >>marty: in the news this morning, a wild shootout at a hell's angels funeral, a man was shot and killed during the memorial service for jeffrey pedigrew, the president of the san jose chapter. he was killed last month in a nevada casino gun battle. a rival gang member was charged in that crime. da lin has the latest. >>da: the shooting happened saturday afternoon inside the san jose cemeteries. police say multiple shots were fired, killing a member of the hell's angels. no one else was hurt. san jose
police say they do not know what led to the shooting or who shot the victim. >>officer: we do not know if it was within members of the same club or an outside rival gang. >>da: it helps to and during the funeral of jeff pedigrew. san jose police have not said where in the cemetery the shooting occurred. investigators spent much of their time near the grave site of pedigrew. >> you do not do anything at a memorial park or fuel. >>da: more than is 1000 people attended the funeral. although many people witnessed the shooting, they are not getting a lot of cooperation. >>officer: the scene appears to have been tampered with. i cannot get into details, but they believed it has been tampered with. >>da: as it was steve thompson, the sergeant at arms at the santa cruz chapter of the club and a close friend of pedigrew. he
was a bill bondsman at this downtown san jose office. friends left flowers by the front door. he was nicknamed mr. and 187 which is the state penal code for murder. he was suspected of killing a piker years ago but acquitted of the crime. he was an ex-marine. family and friends say he is survived by four children. in san jose, da lin, kron4 news. >>marty: if the governor is declaring today steve jobs data. apple is organizing a memorial service and big names are expected to attend. this is to honor the late apple ceo. a small private funeral was held for jobs last week. he died earlier this month at the age of 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. >>marty: thought there were two people shot and killed
in the east bay. the shooting happened near interstate 580 at the park avenue exit. the victims were taken to hospital where they were pronounced dead. police are still searching for suspects. the shooting was down the road from a safety summit where nearly 1000 people met to discuss ways to lower oaklands crime rate. more on that coming up. >>marty: police in san francisco are looking for a suspect they say shot at a chp officer during a car chase. the chase ended when the suspect's car crashed near the transamerica building. the suspect fled on foot and is on the run. >>marty: there were two officers that suffered ankle injuries obligate the chase. officers spotted a man with a handgun in the potrero neighborhood. they caught the suspect after falling him down a rocky hill. they also recover the dead. >>marty: thousands of protesters took to the streets off to participate in the occupy movement around the bay area. in
oakland, organizers say nearly 3000 people came out to demonstrate and march. the crowd was joined by actor danny glover. >>marty: across the day, more protesters marching through san francisco. at one point the crowd of demonstrators off stretch from union square to the cable car turnaround at market street. in the north bay, santa rosa, demonstrators were protesting corporate greed. here, there were marching down first street. the occupy protests which began on wall street, are beginning to gain momentum. coming up in the next half hour, more on the protests that have gone a nationally and internationally. >>marty: straight ahead, a crowd gathering at the dedication of the martin luther king memorial in washington d.c.. we will have that report coming up and also, a live look outside and san francisco.
paris >>marty: a live look from washington d.c.. that is the official dedication ceremony for the martin luther king memorial. he was killed 43 years ago. the stone of whole there's the image of a civil-rights champion and in great quotations from his many inspiring speeches. president obama and member of martlet the king's family will take place.--will participate in the memorial.
>>reporter: celebrating his life, legacy and drained. as after more than a decade of planning, many have gathered in washington for the more looking jr. memorial dedication. his family, civil-rights leaders and even president obama are in attendance. >> for future generations, they will know what dr. king stood for. righteousness, justice and peace. >>reporter: the executive architect says the project was professional and personal. >> this has been a labor of love for me, for 15 years. >>reporter: the memorial at this--the memorial
the first on a wreath and african-american and the national mall and a first honoring someone who was not president. on this for acre site 6 cherry blossom trees blossom every april, the same month that dr. king was assassinated. close calls in the sky set --more close calls in the sky and the rev. al sharpton speaking this morning. b
>>marty: in san francisco, hundreds of women raising for a cause. the rhine is to ways awareness for the leukemia and lymphoma society. craig skalar is live on the scene. >>craig: there are women and men. this is the 4 mi. mark. there are still people one hour 20 minutes later, still running. it has been going on for quite a while. there were 25,000 entrance. here is a picture at some of the lead runners. >>marty: i think we have lost the audio. here is a look at the pictures of the runners. there were 25,000 runners who took part. greg,
are you there? i think we have you back. >>craig: this is down molina villard. you can see just how many people there are. they started at union square. they went around the golden gate, through presidio ended near land's end. >>marty: it looks like it is good running weather. cool and cloudy. >>craig: yes. they could not be any better.
>>marty: craig skalar reporting live. now, we want to give you call up on the weather. it is cold and cloudy in san francisco. let's get a check on the weather. >>janu: we are seeing widespread clouds throughout the bay area. we are expecting a very similar day to yesterday. moseley's sunshine in the afternoon. we are dealing with some pop up sprinkles. we have a warming trend kiki in for the work week. storm tracker 4 is showing us that we are seeing pop up sprinkles. those are pushing its way out of the area. the afternoon will be beautiful. a lot of sunshine. temperatures outside, '50s and '60s.
afternoon highs will be gorgeous. 70 degree readings. pleasanton is the warmest spot on the mat. along the peninsula, los 70's, as mid-70s through redwoods city, a source 60s along the coast and we will finish is no. they things to about 75 degrees, 76 for petaluma. offs for those of you heading to their raiders game, it will be in the '70s. your 7 day around the bay is the shelling has a mixed bag of temperatures. it will warm up tomorrow and then call off on tuesday. a chance of coastal drizzle
tuesday evening but things will warm up again, wednesday, thursday and into the evening. eighties inland. 74 the bay and even 70's for the coast. >>marty: we are going to turn our attention to national news, talking about safety in the year. a new report finds there have been more air traffic control mistakes. that has led to some close calls. grant lodes breaks down the numbers. >>grant: it is this kind of close call that is on the radar for government watchdogs reporting an increase in mishaps. a jet about to take off was forced to come to an abrupt halt to avoid colliding with another plane. there were no injuries, but congressional overseers point out that u.s. airspace is among the
states but it is a steep increase in air safety incidents. rack,-- >>grant: incidents since 2008 have almost tripled. a say in the tower area which is 5 mi. from the airport, incidents are up 53% and a say in the approach area which is 40 mi. from the airport, incidents are of 166%. the head of the national air traffic controllers association says the increase is due to a new reporting system in which controllers are not punished for reporting errors. >> there is a hefty--there is a healthy system out there where employees are willing to report incidents in order to address them. >>grant: the faa also points
to the reporting system. this was their statement. a former air traffic controller is skeptical. >> a job is inevitable. you worry if you do not have a job because you feel like something is not working. you should see more reports occur, " when you look underneath these numbers, you cannot explain everything away by a change in reporting. >>grant: the government accountability of this made a number of recommendations including that the faa extend its oversight of terminal area safety. faa officials say they're focusing on five areas and changes in procedures and training are in the works. grant lodes, kron4 news.
when we do not get reminded of earthquake potential. this is video from the earthquake in bali. how well prepared are we? let me introduce dr. edwards, the former director of emergency for. as for san jose. she is a disaster for fairness expert. thank you for joining us. how well prepared are we? >> today, the bay area is in much better shape, partly because of the work that
caltrans has done to reinforce freeways and roadways and make those aspects of our infrastructure safer. we has also have a tremendous growth of emergency response team development. individuals will be able to help themselves and each other more quickly. >>henry: what is a community for emergency response team? this >> is developed by fema curious members of the community can attend classes to learn about home and for silver. it's, earthquake first-aid, search and rescue and how to work together with his neighbors to use the skills and the neighborhood to make everyone safer. >>henry: at this point, what is the weak link? he says things have gotten better? where is the weak link? >> is still the members of the bay area community. individuals do not take
emergency preparedness seriously. >>henry: because we think it will never happen to us. >> that is the attitude people have. it is nice to be optimistic but he must also be realistic. not only the earth we can be disruptive. we have fires, floods and technological interruptions. >> if people are interested in information, they are welcome to send in e-mail to me and i will be so happy to send them information.
that this is the kron4 news. >>marty: welcome back to the kron4 news weekend. here is a live look outside. a layer of clouds and the son tries to break through. >>janu: if we are taking a live look outside and walnut creek. slightly overcast but starting to write nothing. five very similar date to yesterday. starting the morning was mostly cloudy conditions. we will warm up as we start the work week. let's take a look at storm
tracker 4. showing some rain to the inland areas in the south bay. another beautiful day. temperatures outside on mostly in the '60s. let's take a look at future cast 4, it is set for 11:00 a.m.. 70's in the delta and south bay. afternoon highs in the '60s and '70s. thoughts as we head inland, mid-70s in pittsburgh, 76 expected for martinez. 79 for pleasanton. los 70's through alameda and san leandro. 66 expected in
ocean beach. 694 pacific. in the north bay, 75 degrees. >>marty: in the east bay, nearly 1000 people met to talk about ways to lower the crime rate. that is all a part of a safety summit where the mayor unveiled a new crime prevention strategy. the meeting comes as half of the oakland the murder rate climbed to 84. nichole shanafelt spoke with city leaders. >> we have to fundamentally change the conditions. >>nichole: that she talks about combating crime as the mayor ruled out a new plan aimed at reducing violence, prostitution and poverty in six neighborhoods within 100 blocks in east and west oakland.
>> block by block, school by school, a child by chiles, it is working throughout the neighborhood. >>nichole: mayor jean claude is working with the interim chief of police to combat crime. part of the plan includes a chp grant that will fund 25 new police officers. >> we cannot arrest our way out of crime, we have to look at other ways to reduce crime. having a laser focus, putting officers in strategic locations where we think the most violent crimes are taking place gives us that opportunity. >>nichole: the plan also involves other agencies including city workers. >> you want city resources in certain areas focusing their efforts.
>>nichole: senior staff has been reassigned to work with the oakland police department. after this presentation, hundreds visited booths and workshops on community policing to learn how to get involved and help out. in oakland, nicotiana felt, kron4 news. >>marty: after yesterday's safety summit, some residents told us their thoughts. >> off if it is going to work, we need parents into the community involved, not just people that are higher authority, that this is their job. we need people to volunteer if they really want change. >> i'm hoping that the people oakland come down to city council and to the mayor said make them adopt these new programs. >> i think that this is a continuation of what has already pre existed and that this is a very poor attempt
to make a picture that does not focus at all. it is not a plan that makes any difference at all. >>marty: residence on how they can get involved with programs like never watches, mentoring children and self protection. >>marty: in the national news, police crashed with occupy wall street protesters in new york city overnight. officers hauled away demonstrators as occupy wall street protesters moved into their 38 states. people are accused of violating the midnight curfew by sitting in a fountain after midnight. protesters were heard chanting. they face charges ranging from disorderly conduct to resisting arrest. >>marty: closer to home, a california mother of a serviceman killed in a rock made headlines when she protested president bush. she has joined the occupy
protests. hawks said her son died in combat in 2004. she told reporters that she was unwilling to be arrested with other demonstrators. >>marty: still ahead, occupy demonstrations are also taking place around the world. in some cases, the protests are turning violent. we are going to take a live look outside from mt. tam. it is a foggy. the forecast is straight ahead. but
world series in rome, a building went up in flames. shelby lynn has the story. >>reporter: united for global change, a mass of crowds that gathered around the world on saturday for the worldwide if occupy protests. >> we are all in this together. it is wonderful to see a global movement. >>reporter: in toronto, thousands of protesters marched in the streets with the size of anti corporate slogans. they are fed up with financial inequality. the government is ignoring them in if things are gambling their money away. in london, students have joined the movement as well. >> this is something unprecedented in this country and the world. it is very interesting and exciting. it gives people a taste of real democracy. >>reporter: for the most part protests were peaceful. san room, a
building was set on fire and protesters were breaking windows in banks and stores. faugh of the protests stem from occupy wall street that began last month. >> since we are all being made to pay for a crisis that we did not cause. >>reporter: organizes are encouraging everyone to take a stand. shelby lynn, kron4 news. >>marty: coming out, teaching without textbooks. it is happening at once san francisco school, will have a report coming up. thing in the meantime, a live look from the san mateo bridge. we will be right back. los
>>stanley: a student at this school, the academy of arts and sciences is missing box. >> we have no books for geometry. >>stanley: this is wendy, a junior at a high school. apparently, two weeks into the school year, administrators put it in order for 65 the geometry and 65 precalculus books. for the last eight weeks, according to the principal who refused to go on camera, only one book has arrived. >> there is something going on somewhere. >>stanley: there are old or classroom on the books in the room. 65 students have to share them. since only 32 workbooks arrived, they do not use them. the teacher says this is not the first time he has had to teach without required books. one year, he went entire have a school year with no books. the school principal place blame on a school supplier,
but when he places the blame on the minister is. family they should be ordering books before school even starts. we should have books on the first day of school >>stanley: what a novel idea. i was there when the teacher received a phone call that a recount was looks arrived, but there are still know geometry books. for those scanned afforded a standard test scores are coming up in april. students need all the resources available to compete. i will be following this from closely. stanley roberts, kron 4 news. >>marty: if you have a comment or story idea for >>stanley: coming e-mail him. >>marty: fled to look at the weekend weather. they are a copy of yesterday? >>janu: we are starting was
an overcast conditions. you concede that above the bay bridge but we are expecting mostly sunny conditions this afternoon. partly cloudy and similar to yesterday. here are your current temperatures. >>janu: this wrinkles have moved through our area.--the sprinkles have moved through our area. here are what temperatures looking like right now. by 3:00 p.m., the fog should clear. here are the afternoon highs. 7 day
around the bay is a shilling a warm-up, cooling off on tuesday but then warming up. >>marty: it is henry time. >>henry: ladies and gentlemen, we're heading to the farm, except a farmer could be in your backyard. we are going to tell you about a couple that has given a grocery shopping. that is coming up on the kron4 news weekend. the
market or crews restore. a year without processed food. imagine that you are this couple. they live in vallejo. they have decided that they were going either grow their own food or go to a farmer's market. here are the results. what was their motive in doing this? >> we wanted to make sure that we knew what our food, what was on our food, where it came from. we also wanted to make sure that the farmers got the money that we sense on the food rather than going through a middleman. >>henry: that is an informed point. when you go into a supermarket, where is that the coming from? >> it is coming from all over the country. they take
it from the farm to a distribution center, as with other distribution center and then to the supermarkets. there are probably four-five people involved. >>henry: ideally, you grow as much of your own food as you can. you have done a remarkable job. you have a quarter of an acre. how is it going? >> it was surprisingly easy. for the last three months, we have produce all of our own food. >>henry: really? >> yes. enough for yourselves? what do you do with the access? >> we grow just enough. we have a lot going on and we do tell the neighbors. it is more of a broad. we do have animals, sometimes it gets a little loud. we give gulf produce to them.
>>henry: do you have any idea how much you have saved? >> we have produced about $9,000 worth of food. iwhen he takes out what we have said, we have a net savings of about $4,000. we have saved another $4,000 by not going to digress restore. >>henry: for how much work is it? how much effort? how many hours do you fit into it? >> before the growing season, in the early spring and late winter, there is a lot of work to get this will prepare. two-three days to get it going and said, the critters are on a regular schedule. they are pretty easy. in a couple of weekends to get everything in the grounds. >> it probably averages an
hour a day. >>henry: that is how long ice ingreses resolving a. >>henry: what about people who do not live on land, in an apartment or something. >> big and still held by finding a farce and the winds of farmers' markets or finding independent stores that source local foods. off the 40 months that we did is, we did not have anything in the ground. if we had to get food elsewhere. we went to farmers markets in and we also found that we were buying much higher-quality food. >>henry: if you would like to find out more about these people and their program, they have a blog that is quite entertaining. here is the information. as you can watch the video about rachel in its on. thank you for
joining us. thing you for bringing prices: lunch and dinner for everyone cf >>marty: coming up on kron4 news weekend scuffle we will take you live to the dedication of the dr. martin luther king memorial taking place in washington. president obama is sharing his thoughts. off >>president obama: he was even attacks by his own people, by those who felt he was going too fast or too slow. by those who felt he should not meddle in issues like the vietnam war or the rights of unions.
>>marty: we are going to bring you up-to-date in the latest in the occupied building going on around the world. >>henry: we are also going to catch up with one of the funniest comic talents and bay area residents. 1/4 >>marty: we are taking you live to washington d.c. where thousands are celebrating if the memorial service is to conduct the war and dedication of the dr. martin luther king memorial. let's listen in to president obama. >>president obama: he did not state let's settle for what we have here and go home. instead, he said, let's take those victories is broadened our mission, to achieve not just civil and political equality, the economic testis. let's fight
for a living wage, better schools and jobs for all are willing to work. in other words, when he was met with hardship, one can fronting disappointments, dr. king refused to set when he called the is-ness of today, he kept pushing towards the ought-ness of tomorrow. as about the work that we must do, rebuilding an economy that can compete globally, fixing schools so that every child gets a world-class education, making sure that our health care system is affordable and accessible all ended that our economic system is one in that everyone gets a fair shake in everyone does their fair share, let us not be trapped by what is. we cannot be discouraged by what is. we have to keep pushing for
what ought to be. the america that we ought to leave our children, the horses will face are ness easier for those doctors king and his soul for his face 50 years ago. we maintain faith in ourselves and the possibilities of this nation, there is no challenge we cannot surmount. >>marty: that is president barack obama stating at the martin luther king jr. memorial dedication taking place today thought named after dr. king. we will be taking in air throughout the next hour. we are expecting changes in the weather coming up in the beginning of the week. let's talk about today. >>daniel: here is a live look outside the golden gate bridge and. things are perking up, we are seeing how a cloud cover your if mostly cloudy conditions and, of souls. we had a
warming in tomorrow. let's take a while at storm tracker 4 siri the results have forced out of we can't expect things people think clinton orders outside house at about 60 greeks. six q 41 chair for its efforts and the end. by noon we will see some clear and in the north bay off. we are expecting a gorgeous day of very similar to the house today. as we head into the north bay, 76 for santa rosa. 774 fairfield. 71 for layout. your 7 day around the bay is
showing us a roller-coaster of temperatures. things will warm up to par and cool down by tuesday. there is any chance of coastal drizzle. things will warm up wednesday in that city's inland in 70's for the day. let's go back to marty. >>marty: but that the length of a wild shootout at a hell's angels funeral. a man was shot and killed during a memorial service for jeffrey pedigrew, the president of the san jose chapter. half pedigrew was killed last month in a nevada casino gun battle. a rival motorcycle gang member has been charged in that crime. da lin has the latest on the deadly funeral shooting in san jose. >>da: the shooting happened saturday afternoon inside the san jose cemeteries. felices a multiple shots were fired, killing a member of the hell's angels. if no one else was hurt. san jose police say they do not know what led to the shooting or who shot the victim.
>>officer: we do not know if it was within members of the same glove for outside rival gangs urease >>da: it helped and during the funeral of just pedigrew. see was shot dead at a nevada casino last month. san jose police have not said where in the shooting--we're in the cemetery the shooting occurred. >> thing with code of ethics, you do not do anything in a memorial park were funeral. >>da: more than 4000 people attended the funeral. even though a lot of people witnessed the shooting, police say they are not getting a lot of cooperation. >>officer: this team has appeared to be tampered with. i cannot get into details, but they believe that it has been tampered with. >>da: family and friends say the victim was steve thompson. he was a sergeant at arms in the santa cruz chapter of the club and a close friend of pedigrew. he was a feel on cement at this
office. friends left flowers at the front court. he was nicknamed mr. on 187, the state penal code for murder. he was suspected of killing a biker years ago but was acquitted during he was an ex-marine and he is survived by four children. in san jose, da lin, kron4 news. >>marty: gov. jerry brown is declaring today steve jobs stay in california. this comes as apple is organizing a memorial service. the invitation only event on of the late apple ceo is scheduled to be held at stanford university this evening. it follows a small, private funeral held for jobs last week. steve jobs died earlier this month at the age of 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. >>marty: still ahead on the kron4 news weekend, it has been a 10 year journey for the doctor more looking memorial. if we will have
faugh >>marty: live in washington d.c., president obama is speaking at the stone of cold dedicated to dr. martin luther king. president obama was speaking at the stone of hope, the dedication to dr. martin luther king, that happened this morning. that stone is an image of this doctor are looking with in great images from his speeches. we will be right back on the kron4 news weekend. we will be talking about for 90 marathon.
>>marty: they have been out there for more than a couple of hours in san francisco, thousands of women and men running for a cause this morning. iran is being put on to raise awareness for the leukemia and lymphoma society. craig skalar is there live. >>craig: i am right after a highway leading foul from the golden gate park. people are finishing up. i am at the final mile. feeble or running this direction towards the great highway. around the corner is the finish line. about 25,000 runners started in union square at about 7:00 a.m.. these runners have been running for 2 hours 15 minutes. let me show you a map of what they have done. if we were at marina green
earlier, as a 4 mi. mark. there are going all the way around the golden gate bridge to lands and and is back here again. we are going to show you some of the people running in the closer growth. there you can see how many people their work, mostly women although there were some men. the money goes towards fighting leukemia and it's lymphoma. if the entry fee was $130- $150. they are continuing to rise to the finish line on the ship-looks as if this has become very popular. this 19 crime. a lot of people getting exercise for a good cause. >>marty: this is the second- largest run in san francisco. >>craig: yes. back at the
other locations, 4 mi. from the starting line, and there was a ton of people. it seemed like the runners went on for ever. there are wall- to-wall people. mostly women, but some men. it is all for a good cause. >>marty: as a runner yourself, you say that this is perfect running weather? >>craig: yes. it is a little cloudy, there is no sun beating down on you. perfect. >>marty: speaking of weather, let's take it live look outside in san francisco. overcast skies. >>daniel: here is a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. overcast skies. we are starting to see the sun poked out just a little bit. today will be very similar to yesterday. partly cloudy conditions into the afternoon.
>>janu: here are your current conditions. storm tracker 4 is showing us that rain cell that was passing through, it has moved out of our area. showers are no longer a threat. if we are expecting a gorgeous day. but asked if al let's take a look at those afternoon highs. 77 expected in san jose. we will get about 75 for its part, 77 for antioch and concord. 74 and iran as well. los 70's rallied.
>> he has been spying on people in this country since 911. >>henry: it reads like a novel, a videographer arrested. it ends up leaving up to a lawsuit that ends up revealing some shocking information. " you are looking at is video from a 2004 demonstration. that was at the republican naturanational convention in new york. the result of those arrests are shocking. this is the
creator of a film called after party. you are out there shooting in this demonstration and it was a legal demonstration but police arrested everyone. >> i was with a two-person camera crew. the other cinematographer was on the other side of the street. we had two different views of what happened. later, everyone was arrested. they surrounded as all with an orange neck. the intern that was with me is that 48 hours in jail. >>henry: obviously you were unhappy, he filed a lawsuit. >> i took the videotape and give it to the new york civil liberties union. they give it to the district attorney. they dropped criminal cases against everyone arrested along with
me. the new york civil liberties union filed a lawsuit on my behalf against the city of new york. >>henry: all of a sudden, a little more time of the expected. >> this city, in its own defense, when you see our 600 pages of secret intelligence documents, you'll understand what we had to arrest everyone. that was shocking because it basically revealed that they had undercover operatives infiltrating legal protest groups in 50 cities across the country. they also sent international operatives doing wiretaps, and e-mail surveillance. >>henry: this was the new york city police department? >> yes. it was run by david cohen, the director of their intelligence program. he was a former cia operative, he created a cia in the middle of the new york city police department. it they are looking at the legal activity and terrorism and these kinds of crimes, that
is one thing. this was different, they were sending people to look at legal protest groups, in some cases arts groups in the theater groups. >>henry: i am sure that this has ended by now. >> absolutely not. it was just revealed that this same year it was doing surveillance on muslim americans simply because there were muslim americans. this came out in the press over the past few weeks. >>henry: the no how widespread this is? >> this is a new era of policing.-new york city police department has gone beyond what any other municipal police department has done. i think we are looking at the tip of the iceberg. in the post 9/11 decade, they have a certain license to proceed this way because people perceive it
as protecting us against terrorism. there could be some truth to that. there's also a great danger, personal freedom and first amendment rights are being attacked. if we do not protect those, we are losing a lot of the essence of what is important about america. >>henry: this documentary is called after party. he is a part of the san francisco documentary film festival. this is a tiny taste of a giant he's a fabulous documentary's. visit his website to find out more. for more information about this particular film, here is the web site. thank you for joining us. >>marty: coming up on the kron4 news weekend, there is a new plan to slow the crime rate in oakland. little get
cough >>marty: we are back on the kron4 news weekend. in walnut creek we have overcast skies. >>janu: here is a live look outside from the mt. tam cam. overcast skies. it is a little bit breezy. as you head into the afternoon, mostly sunny conditions a warming trend kicking in tomorrow. today will be very
temperatures will warm tomorrow and then it did again on tuesday warming back up by mid-week. >>marty: nearly 1000 people met to talk about ways to lower oaklands crime rate. it is part of the safety summit where the mayor unveiled her new crime prevention strategy. the meeting comes as a full winds murder rate climbed to 84 this week. nichole shanafelt slope with city leaders and gives us a closer look at the plant to stop the violence. >> we have to fundamentally change the traditions of the neighborhood. >>nichole: the interim chief talks about combating crime in the roughest areas. the mayor roll out a new plan that focuses on reducing extreme violence, prostitution, drugs and poverty in six neighborhoods within 100 blocks east and west of
oakland. >> organizing at the grass- roots level. block by block, school by school, a kid i did. working throughout the neighborhood. >>nichole: the mayor is working with since this county attorney >> we cannot arrest our way out of crime. we need to look at other ways to try to reduce crime. putting officers in strategic locations where we think the most violent crimes are taking place and gives us the opportunity. >>nichole: the plan also involves other agencies including city workers. >> we should not be naive to think you have a 4-5 police walking around to create a police state. you can have a holistic approach with other city resources in the area focusing their efforts. >>nichole: senior staff has
been reassigned to work directly with the oakland police department. >> we will take those cases and get them into the criminal-justice system quickly, will that do this is a rapidly. >> hundreds visited dozens of lives and workshops. in oakland, nichole shanafelt, kron4 news. >> >>marty: oakland residents told us what they thought about the new plan. we are having problem with video, your days. >> if it is going to work, we need parents into the community involved, not just people in a higher authority, where did it their job. we want people who really want change. >> i am hoping that the people of oakland come down
on the city council and mayor, to make them adopt these new programs that oakland wants to put forward. >> this is a continuation of what is already in existence. this is a very poor attempt to make a picture that really does not focus at all. it is not a plan that makes any difference at all. >>marty: >>marty: in national news, police clashed with occupy wall street protesters overnight. demonstrators early this morning held rallies in the the protests moved into their 30th state. 40 people are accused of violating the midnight curfew off by sitting in a fountain that had no water in it. protesters could be heard chanting we are
pedestrians. charges range from disorderly contest to resisting arrest. in raleigh carolina, people were taken into custody and charged with trespassing. in arkansas, several hundred protesters gathered to support the occupy wall street movement. protesters are marching in little rock and headed towards the state capitol building. so far, no arrests have been made. >>marty: the california mother of american servicemen who made headlines when she protested against president bush has joined the occupy protests. cindy she and join the occupy sacramento
>>marty: a on the white protests have turned global lead. in rome a building went up in flames. >>reporter: at united for global change. crowds gathered around the world for the occupy wall street movement. >> we are all in this together. it is wonderful to see a global movement. >>reporter: in toronto,
thousands of protesters marched, carrying signs with anti government slowed since the civil they are fed up with financial inequality. they feel like the government is ignoring them and things are gambling away their money. students have joined the money as well. >> is very exciting. this gives people a taste of democracy >>reporter: for the most part protests have been peaceful. enron, a building was set on fire, purchase of were breaking windows. the protests stemmed from occupy wall street that began last month. organizers are urging everyone to take a stand to demand change for a movement
of them were listed for over $1,000. in this was the best deal, a 16 gb model for $565. that is only $250 over real steel. on ebay, it is the same thing. most of them were $700-$1,200. keep in mind, anyone can order a new iphone on mine and it will be delivered within three weeks. you have to also in the people who buy them. just because they cannot wait three weeks for a phone. with the ebay secondary market at happens when new iphone, out, it is hard to tell if the product release sells out or if it sells out because of fees, the tears. half drives me nuts. >>marty: let's get you caught up on the forecast.
shores. 73 expected in fremont. 75 for redwood city. 69 in pacifica. 66 expected in ocean beach. 72 expected four mill valley. your 7 day around the bay is showing us that things will warm up tomorrow, cooling by tuesday in the warming back up into the weekend. >>henry: when last we met, donna was describing his unorthodox upbringing by a biological father who was at hand and a stepfather who was a jehovah's witness. he is back. he is back doing his one-man show called
kipling hotel. >> of the east 14th was set in the '70s, this is the '80s. this is the process of me leaving my family in oakland to head to ucla on a partial scholarship. i headed to ucla and was struggling. i picked up some odd jobs. one of them was attempting to be a stripper. >>henry: how did that go? >> you will find out in the show. >>henry: what other jobs in did you try for? >> i was applying for a job looking for college
>>henry: this was a setup scroll said lou, on the air, but he had to say hello to mom. the show is called caitlin hotel. i wonder if it's going to be extended. his last show ran for over two years. a very talented guy. one of my favorite guests. >> come and meet these characters. they want to meet. >>marty: the 90 marathon is taking place in san francisco, more on that when we come back. but but but
for the leukemia and lymphoma society. they're running started at about 7:00 a.m.. some of the fastest runners have already crossed the finish line. all of the runners have about six hours to finish either a 13 mi. half marathon or the full 26.2 mi. run. i want to give you a look at the course. this is the second- biggest one in san on cisco. >>marty: that is one to wrap things up. i m marty gonzalez. >>henry: i am henry tenenbaum. >>marty: we will see you next saturday. every day.
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