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(male announcer) live from the bay area news channel, this is the kron 4 news. ♪ >>marty: good morning. therese small earthquakes shook--33 small earthquakes that shook the bay iraq last night. there were three small earthquakes that shook the bay area last night. the 2.5 magnitude went east- southeast of berkeley. >>isabel: the aftershocks were falling to previous fallin
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banf >>isabel: usgs says that large one could possibly have along the san andrea's fault. when, where? they still do not know. >>marty: a live look. >>isabel: in fact we arse going to have a beautiful day. robin? >> good morning you are absolutely correct. a beautiful day expected with lots of sunshine. the bay bridge toll
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plaza facing the east bay hills clear conditions. the fog tracker showing patchy fog up and down the coast. even in san bruno. by 10:00 a.m., the fog will peel back. towards the coast, a break of sunshine with a nice forecast expected. not the law of fog. warm and sunny for today and tomorrow however cool right now. santa rosa, half moon bay. napa, 48 degrees, 51 degrees in livermore. look at the weather headlines with patchy fog. however, nice, sunny, comfortable conditions along the coast. 70's along the coast mid-'80s = inland. by noon, a beautiful day with 60's
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and 70's. sunny, warm, 714 pacifica. 83 degrees for the south bay 71 degrees expected in pacifica. tomorrow another nice day but cooling in the extended forecast. >>marty: our developing story developing protests continuing. it the " occupied " protesters. officials and law enforcement are getting increasingly frustrated with the occupy protesters. >>reporter: 10:00 p.m. last night the city of oakland provided a an eviction notice however nobody has moved there seems to be even more people. it remains to be seen what today will happen as the day progresses. already, activities
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planned with the marcham plant at 10:00 a.m. however city officials are concerned about the health. >> the conditions have deteriorated where we can no erratically maintain public health and public safety. we have had concerns about public cooking, significant fire hazards. in addition to public urination and dedication. >>reporter: not to mention of friends. and--dedicatio public dedicati---defication for. we wt to see if the city and the police command to do something. these people the been ordered to vacate. >>marty: craig what can you tell us about the sanitary conditions. >>reporter: they have tried to
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make every effort they have but there is an odor. even just 10 days ago, it is the stronger. and rats that are pouring into mattresses the conditions are ripe for that type of things that could be difficult to clean up, later those rats are to burning inside mattresses burning curryin >> also occupied san jose could be more arrests happening. with seven people, and one man was arrested for scratching a police officer. two different men came right back to the encampment and brought four tens more temporary shelters tents.
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>> they just took the without reading the pyrites. >> this big a 30 year shaft of politicians do not represent us anymore. this shift-of-focus and effort and concern. >>isabel: the lack of sanitation is still a concern for protesting sites. >>marty: the president is going to attend a fund-raiser at the " w " hotel. he is arriving on tuesday. many people are thrilled that the information that troops are coming home by the end of the year. here is reaction and camp pendleton. >> great. >> there is a time in a place for a war but were not opposed to it but i am so glad that so many people are coming home a.
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>> it is good to get them home with his need to get them out of afghanistan. transferring from one war to the next war. >>marty: news of the troop withdrawal comes as congress is making for ways to make military retirees pay more by health care coverage. >>isabel: still to come, the major figure in the middle east with critical questions about the politics and the succession. safety in the saudi arabia. >>marty: this is walnut creek. trust us! >>isabel: 12 creek! [laughter] >>marty: the sunrise is in about 15-20 minutes it looks like >>isabel: the winter creek
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old and the deputy administrator of defense. the most likely candidate to replace his prince niaf, the powerful interior ministry. he is also considered more conservative. the late prince has providing modernize the kingdom and giving women the right to vote. >>marty: after months of bloodshed and and the death of moammar gaddafi they are ready to take over. a military spokesperson says that a ceremony is ready for tomorrow. a regular, the declaration would be made today but no word on what caused the delay of the declaration. this declaration is related to the naming of new
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leaders for the libyan democracy. >>isabel: tragedy at a local cemetery funeral. at first, they thought that steve ruiz, is still alive. evidence was tampered with at the funeral /cemetery crime scene where the shooting happened. >>marty: great news about jobless numbers. >>isabel: another in --the sun t coming up. we will be back. for
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>>marty: we are back with more earthquake coverage from thursday. members of the u.s. seismology lab felt those jolts. >> you can work with earthquakes and think about earthquakes all day. however, when you still feel one is alarming. i jumped out of my chair. clearly a sharp jolt. we're right above the upper center. every time and earthquake happens is this something just small and is something bigger on the way? we definitely live in earthquake territory. everybody should be prepared. potentially for a very large earthquake. the 4.0 could be felt throughout the entire bay area. 3.8 is the second one far south as santa cruz. >>isabel: 5 i think i am tough i did not feel it. >>marty: you did not feel it? >>isabel: i felt the second one.
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a beautiful streaks of beautiful sunshine and clouds. >>robyn: good morning. it is a combination with sunshine and patchy fog. that is what we are seeing with the golden gate bridge. some patchy fog in the background but still starting to, with tabs on the cool side. currently, we have 40's. 46 in santa rosa, 46 in half moon bay. the the five in redwood city, 55 in san francisco overall today will be beautiful the 55--in redwood city. enjoy the temperatures with mid '80s for the south bay. 84 anbeautiful
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through milpitas. 86 in walnut creek. 80s for the east bay shore like berkeley, alameda, richmond. check out castro valley, union city and fremont. these towns are warmer than what we saw yesterday by five, 10 degrees these tabs are warmer than what we saw, yesterday. these temperatures are warmer than what we saw, yesterday. even 80s in the north bay with plenty of sunshine and beautiful weather. tomorrow, even better. a look at your 7 day around the bay and extended sunshine continuing with wind starting early next week. overall, a great forecast for the last week of october. >>isabel: some positive news on the unemployment numbers. alameda/copper costa found unemployment dropping 1.5-. 0.%
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and also san jose is still at 9.6%. san francisco is 8.3%. marin county, 7.4%. reggie kumar has details on the recent hiring activity. >> pre-k through 12 filled 3500 job vacancies. also at the state university, 500 teaching positions were filled. both counties say that this does not tell the entire story. these vacancies were substitute teaching positions or educators that were laid off and asked to come back. officials say these educators could get a pink slip again in the month of march. also job growth were trade, retail, utilities, finance, insurance, 1000 positions total
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were filled in these sectors. reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >>marty: the final section of the new eastern span of the bay bridge is sliding into place this is created animation from caltran. next week, the last sections will be 14 e-13 w will officially connect the new eastern spanne two oakland. it will still be a while. it is a $7.2 billion project. it is scheduled in 2013 opening. >> the oakland airport is offering free holiday parking. the report says passengers between thanksgiving and christmas tuesday, wednesday, thursday will pay nothing to park! you have to register for the free parking coupon on the airport website. >>isabel: $10,000 reward is offered for the san leandro triple homicide. this is video
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with three victim's in a car outside of the warehouse. it was a tad too partthat-tattoo partyy one arrest. >>isabel: authorities in this difficult are not sure what caused the death of a woman that was washing up on that see sound ----town 8:40 a.m. on manner beach. the woman's body was partially clothed, sitting in the surf. the body was transformed for a autopsy. >>marty: steve jobs biography you boo just released. a new >>isabel: book isabel take a look at the cloudy skies over the san mateo bridge. not too much traffic we will be back.
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please pardon the delaye. >> i came home and i said that i am going to get married if to steve jobs. >> the following year, they moved out of state. after 13 years they've reunited. >> i came back from college. my parentsl.. banff 03 connected and rekindled the child could romance. >> after two-2.5 years i decided that i've wanted to take it to the next level. >> the blue dinosaur reign she
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has kept all of these years. >> i said yes! from that costume jewelry blue dinosaur ring. >> their families could not be happier. >> this is pretty unbelievable but i kind of new from the look in her eye from sixth grade. she announced that she was going to marry him! >> a word to the wise that it makes you wonder. you have to watch out for childhood relationships. >> everybody should be that lucky. even classmates from the sixth grade class will take place. >> a great story. >> coming up new aftershocks overnight from the east bay. after a 4.0 rattled much of the
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bay area. >> we are finding that protesters are posing a health threat to their area @p@po'
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end of this year, a large number of troops will be returning. from the nine years stay and direct. >>isabel: last night, there were earthquake our team coverage continues as kron 4 is teresa estacio spoke to consumers. >>reporter: the record on thursday was a good our wake up call. it was a reminder. the earthquake on thursday was a good wake-up call. others
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prompted save that it got out to gather supplies that they needed for an emergency. >> i do not have an emergency cat my husband is even a seismologist! that is extra bad i do not have an emergency kit. >> every year my family and i go to " burning man " festival. so i always have an extensive large emergency get. >> no. >> know. >>reporter: in >>robyn: good morning. the weather is nice. a little bit of
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fog with the sun coming up. temperatures on the cool side. this is at the san mateo bridge you. still, patchy fog a bit of a fog expected by 8:00 a.m. we will start to see it scaled-bacscaled-back40's and 5e bay area. by lunch, we will see 80s. and we are given much former it will be nice today, warmer tomorrow and cooler next
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week. we will talk more about the cooler weather in store for next week and a high temperatures today and for this weekend of those details, coming up. >>isabel: the occupy protesters are continuing to bgrow. police and local authorities are getting frustrated. craig sklar is live. good morning, crack. >>reporter: nothing has changed. crieogaway plaza is still the occupied. rats have been a problem. there are out houses
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but apparently it is not a problem that has ben assault. i was here one week ago and the >>reporter: the division and a
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distribution of wealth continues to be a an argument keeping them out here. they continue to argue that it is a public space and that they have a right to be out here. there are also protesters side-by-side with the homeless. >>isabel: thank you. >>marty: no movement from protesters that occupy and mend and san jose. 7 arrest yesterday the-encampment and san jose. the lack of sanitation is also a concern at that site. >> in cleveland, the refused to leave they refused to leave. if arrested? they will come pecbac
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>> and other live look with the golden gate bridge. sunny skies and heavy traffic starting to develop. ó??g÷p÷÷÷ >>8ç
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>> welcome back a consumer alert with backed spinacspin instead d
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if presented in a grocery store that this spinach in a bag. >>marty: state/union contracts to not allow mr. the wal-mart is raising premiums on health care insurance for part-time employees. children will be allowed to add to their health care plan. however, four part- time employees, spouses will not be allowed to be added to their health care plan. colitis and death afghanistan troop withdrawal when we come back.
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>>isabel: the beautiful look we will be back. ♪
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>>isabel: 7:44 a live look. it was dark only one hour ago. it looks like it is clearing up and looking beautiful. >>marty: let us check in with robyn winston with the forecast. >>robyn: thank you. if is looking great with just a bit of fog patches along the coast of the san francisco. with cool temperatures. 57 degrees in mountain view. 54 degrees in san jose. cool, patchy fog but overall, nice. make sure you get out and enjoy it. nice and senate this afternoon with 70's along the coast with mid '80s for the bayshore nice and-- sunny.
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>>robyn: by 11:00 a.m. in the yellow is representative of the 70's. we will put this into motion and the orange starting in the north bay. overall, nice. 70's bay-area wide. by 3:00 p.m., this is what we can expect. sunshine. the high temperatures expected for today neighborhood by neighborhood in the south. sunnyvale, 83 degrees. 85 expected in morgan hill. 80s also in the east bay valleys, parka, alameda, the 70's breakfast take a look the numbers with--berkeley. half moon bay, 70's and fairfield-. a return with monday cooler temperatures and wind. the last
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week of october looks. nice. although dry we still are keeping an eye on fire dangers. >>marty: president obama announced that the withdrawal of the final troops for the holidays will be coming home. as catherine heenan explains controversy. >>catherine: 3148 days eight years, five months and 20 days after this. >> the united states and our allies have prevailed. >> the of war--the war in a rock will come to one end. >>catherine: this is a fulfillment of a campaign promise.
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>> i continue to keep my promise of withdrawing troops. >>catherine: the a rocky government has refused to let them stay. the government of the rocyou rocseraphic hgovernment s requesting that bay leavethe wif the troops. catherine heenan, kron 4 news. >>isabel: nearly 170,000 that number is about 43,000. all of these will be gone by the end of the year. while these troops numbers have been shrinking the
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number seven is increasing in afghanistan. jeff pierce continues with team coverage. >> michelle miller her son has spent two tours in iraq. >> when he was an iraq, i was anxious and if i was not sure if he was getting enough food, enough rest. now, with two different words it does not get any easier. >>reporter: it was difficult with both for sons. >> one a are deployed director fred stages pre-deployment. there is the unknown. they do not know today, tomorrow what will happen. the anticipation,
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the worry. and the other stages of deployment. and then that the anxious anxiety sets and towards the end of deployment. it is a worry. there are emotions you do not know you are going to have. >>reporter: plenty of parents waiting. this has been going on for almost one it decade. >> it is a good thing. it is a good thing they will for a turn for the holidays. >>reporter: and in san ramon, jeff bush, kron 4 news. >>marty: sports coming up with sharks. stick around. >>isabel: great. and live look. the skies are clear is going to shape up, beautifully. we will be right back. ♪
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>>isabel: 2 washington huskies play tonight >>gary: the sharks are back. there is not going to be any nba games so enjoy hockey. i bought something like this and i wonder can you imagine? anyway, joe with three seconds remaining. tied the game at 3-3. ryan and said, sharks, 32 seconds cam back from a loss. for-3. they have not beat future seasons 20 03. they have not
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beat new jersey since 2003. their quarterback, is a going to be pau -- palmer? >> i know what our starting quarterback is. i will make the right decision. as we draw closer to the game but i do not want to be in a rush. >>gary: neither is this fellow. a great young running back. however, janikowski missed practice this week. still no word if he is going to be ready. he has a pulled hamstring. the
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49ers have the week off. first off, you cannot hit a quarterback below the kneecap. that is a hefty financial flying. the good news is that he was the n f l rookie of the week. a hefty financial fine will be realized if a quarterback is hit below the kneecap. >>isabel: the nba, what a shame. still to come, the occupy wall street protesters the continue throughout the bay area. >>marty: a live look. golden gate park. henry will join us for that.
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>> there were three small earthquakes from overnight. after the 4.0 that had much of the bay area. the first happened just after midnight at 2.8 magnitude. the other was called:2:00 p.m. just a few moments later at 1.3 magnitude. the other hand just moments later at 12:14. >>isabel: unique breast cancer research worker has than california tax payers cutting part of the benefit. also henry will join us for a breast cancer walk. >>marty: president obama making
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a major announcement with the of troop withdrawals from the middle east. >> good morning! do you remember " the inside job " from last year. this is another great topic. with jeremy irons, addressing the wall street controversy with kevin spacey. how about taking a look outside? >>isabel: a look from the golden gate. not too much traffic. >>marty: when you tell people that it is the best time to come to san francisco you tell them october in you think that it is crazy but look at this shot.
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beautiful. . >>robyn: a nice day expected with clear skies. just some patchy fog and today will action be above normal for this time of year. the mt. tam camera will show actually--above normal temperatures. the futurecast showing by 11:00 a.m., we will be fog-free. a nice day for the bay area with a quick warm up. plenty of 60s. nice weather, inland. 40's and 50's with 50 currently in los gatos. until sunshine this afternoon. 70's on the coast. with the fog tracker showing-a-plenty of sunshine this afternoon. 75 by lunch.
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taking a look of the high temperatures. 86 back in walnut creek. 80s and san jose. the high temperatures today will be sunny, warm. and even more warmer weather for tomorrow. your extended forecast on all the details, coming up >>isabel: the bay. earthquakes some believe that it could delay the big one from coming. however, dan kerman found out that there is not much impact from the yis yet to come. >> the 4.3 and the 3.8 magnitude of yesterday's are saying that it is a good indication of what is to come. >> the theory that this is not any indication that it will reduce any strength of any oncoming possible earthquake
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>> to release the amount of stress is not significant enough to reduce the strength of many of oncoming earthquake. they have to be bigger, and more numerous. and if there were all added together it would potentially make a significant less risk along the san andrea's fault. >>reporter: you can see by this map and the last 40 years. >> there's even sections where there was just not any of the hayward fault line in. clearly, these are blocks just a few zones for their small/moderate. , like yesterday but that is not enough. >>reporter: the creeping in neighboring fault lines produce moderate/large quakes. four, five magnitudes on a regular basis. what earthquakes to not
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tell us is that this is a 6.0 could look like on a hit were called. it could be pretty bad. all we can take is what they have been saying all along. get prepared the big one is coming, eventually. in menlo park, dan kerman, from the usgs, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >>marty: craig sklar is reporting live where an eviction order has been given and ignored by protesters in oakland. >> good morning. >>reporter: the city of oakland police have not brought out police officers. still, no evacuation's. the camera showing all tents we are just waiting to see if police will act. 10 hours ago, the police issued a you
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request to leave. based on sanitary conditions there want these people to leave. the conditions of the last 10 days have deteriorated to the point where we can no longer adequately maintain public health and public safety. we have concerned about public cooking, significant fire hazards and in addition to increasing problems with public urination, deficiation. >> it does not seem like these people are looking to leave with a march scheduled at 11:00 a.m. >>reporter: sense i was here the pungent smell has gotten a lot stronger since--i was here one week ago. however, the problem is that there are still a lot of homeless people. they are using this as a urination area of for
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the. trees. we will have to wait and see. >>marty: is there a police presence? >>reporter: i have not seen any police. so far, no sign of oakland police. >>marty: craig sklar live from downtown oakland. >>isabel: now, to san jose also no movement from protesters. the occupy encampment. if seven arrests yesterday. two of them returned and even the set up camp again. the lack of sanitation is also an issue. >>marty: it is a:the 06. henry? when it is a06 to the time is 8: 06. --people in attendance for participation of a breast cancer walk. it is not a race. it is
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moralizing the life of somebody who is not survive. it is moralizing-it is serving to meme life of somebody who is not survive breast cancer. be placed on a sticker, and put on yourself. it is going to be a wonderful event. you can come out and the time at 10:00 a.m. it is totally free! if you are thinking of perhaps a donation in honor of the victim you are supporting. call 1/800 acs 2345
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for today, come on out because the official start is 10:00 a.m. a beautiful day in golden gate park. >>isabel: something that should make california a proud is the breast cancer research program based in oakland will receive a prestigious award. the coalition for cancer survivorship recognizes the cutting edge research on breast cancer and the environment. it is funded by the washington-based cancer organization. in addition, this award will be presented on november 4th also gives a thumbs-up to the people of california for allocating more millions of check off of individual ta tax returns. we
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>>isabel: it is 8:11. the span of the bay bridge is an animation created by caltrans. next week, crews are going to connect the spanned to the mainland. >>marty: president obama commenting on the big announcement that troops will be home for the holidays. >>isabel: this is the approach to the bay bridge. we will be back
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>>isabel: welcome back. some haze of a beautiful weekend on tap. >>robyn: it is going to be beautiful today, tomorrow. sunshine and mid '80s. fog along the coast but clear along the golden gate. taking a look of our current conditions clear skies with just a little bit of fog and cool. santa rosa, 70 expected to get to 75 however, only starting off with 50 in fairfield also 50 in livermore. by 11:00 a.m., a lot of yellow representing the 70's. gradually
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in the orange representing the 80s. fasoverall, very nice make sure you get outside and enjoy. with 84 expected in sunnyvale, santa clara, with warmer spots as today progresses with even 85 in morgan hill. concord, pleasanton, of one of the warm response at 84-86. concord, 75, berkeley, 75. one of the warm- spots at 84--86 in concord. a look at your 7 day around the bay sunday is another nice day but cooler weather for the bay. the extended forecast will start to cool down on monday. windy on tuesday, wednesday but overall, very nice >>marty: present obama's will be in the bay iraq next week president obama will be in the bay area next week attending a
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fund-raising luncheon at the " w " hotel. this is on the heels of the announcement of the troops withdrawing. >> obama: our troops will come home by the end of this year. in libya, the death of moammar gaddafi has shown that this was the right thing to do to promote democracy. >>marty: the challenge of our economy and our strength to renewal of our strength and commitment here at home are planned. >>isabel: with the recent death of moammar gaddafi a transitional committee has been set up. the declaration
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committee will and no new rulers to go forward transforming the nation into a democracy. assembly elections are in the planning stages in eight months from now. if >>marty: new details on a homicide investigation in san jose. last weekend there was. there is a funeral. steve luis, --ruiz, his possible that he could be not only a suspect but also still on the run. >>isabel: unemployment rate dropped. 0.5 reduction in
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alameda/contra costa. also marin county still maintains the lowest at 7.4%. schools, companies, reporting filling vacancies. >>reporter: local schools filling 3500 vacancies, 1000 vacancies. however these numbers to not tell the entire story. like these for substitute teaching or educator's that were laid off and asked to come back to work. officials said that educator's ticket a pink slip back in the month of march. also transportation sectors jobs for added. retail, finance, industry, all soci solid job gr.
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with at least 1000 positions of responsible for these sectors. >>marty: 8:20 henry tannenbaum is at the golden gate park for the breast cancer walk. >> this is an memory of their friend hope and icelebrating. >> we have members of our team that are breast cancer survivors. >> we are going to come back a great event still not too late to come down and support
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>> i am having surgery next week. >> on november 1st. >> one of these participants is likely having surgery this week. >> this is one of the organizers. >> henry it is so exciting and thank you for being here with 20,000 people. nearly $1 million fund to help her raise breast cancer awareness. >> can you describe this event? it is going until 10:00 a.m.. >> what a beautiful day today. today is fantastic. we want to help fight breast cancer. we could all make a difference. not
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just raising money today but other opportunities. >> through san jose. >> through october and the entire state of california we have another event in san jose to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. >> i want to mention that there is one person was not here making a big difference in our cancer society. >>reporter: she happens to be working today. >> yes. that says a lot. >>reporter: yes. >> isabel has conducted conferences throughout our community. you know, henry that we have a hard time to represent the latin and african american communities. >>isabel: thank you. hit is a
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lovely thing for you took knowledge but i'm going to put you on notice about being part of our national latin cancer board in 2012. >> absolutely! the leadership she provides makes a difference. 36 percent of the latins and california are underrepresented. >>reporter: we locked her inside the studio session would not escape [laughter] >> if you go on the internet look taking strides against breast cancer the phone number is on your screen. the website is on your screen. events throughout california. com on it down. >>isabel: henry, i want to say could posthank you and kudos, oe
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in eight women will get a press cancer scare in their life. everybody needs to care about this issue we will be right back.
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>>robyn: there have been 3 >>isabel: welcome back. there have been three small earthquakes overnight. and early this morning. the first was just after midnight. followed by a 1.3 magnitude at 12:14. and a 2.5 magnitude at 12:45 team coverage on the bay area continues. teresa estacio spoke to people stocking up on
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supplies. >> the parka grocery store consumers say that the concern was a good earthquake reminder. at this berkeley grocery stor they are ---more aware of gathering of supplies for an emergency kit. >> i do not have a get in fact, my husband is a seismologist so it is extra bad. >> we double check my kit but we always go to " burning and " cured we've always had a an extensive emergency repair diskette to go out there that- burning command " a we check bee have an extensive emergency cat every year we attend " the burning an man' in berkeley,
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teresa estacio, kron 4 news. >>robyn: some patchy fog. but just a few clouds looking at the san mateo bridge. the self bay is expected to be very nice. 84 degrees expected in the san jose. blue skies. also morgan hill expecting more temperatures that are warmer. beautiful weather for the entire bay area and perfect for any art or activity. as we go towards this weekend perfect for any adult horroutdoor activity. as the god towards tomorrow a nice day but cooler weather we are starting
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to see 40's and '50's along the bay shore. today we could see five, 10 degrees warmer. cooler weather for the next couple of days. starting next week. it will start tuesday and wednesday. for your day today, we will see a warming trend going all the way up to 70's by noon i will have more in just a bit. isabel? >>isabel: thank you. the occupy wall street protests are continuing to occupy the bay area communities. craig sklar is live from oakland an evacuation order has been given and ignored. >>reporter: this has been
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ignored their been more people than ever. no police. there is an overhead view you can see several tents public health and public safety have taken a toll. concerns from public officials have cprompted this evacuation. with public urination, rats ,,defication. the reds hav fife >>reporter: this order came at 10:00 p.m. last night. to
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evacuate. several homeless are also side-by-side with the protesters. it is difficult to determine what happens when the police move and.- when police i >>marty: in the saddle say the same store, no movement after requests to leave the encampment. . however, two of the men returned and even brought more people with tensts and also the protesters and cleveland ohio in the city of cleveland, ohio. they vow to return even after they have been a resident. >> 80 skimming sca
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>>isabel: profit will come back. community service activists are wondering why this city is passing out fliers that warn people of possible paintings house members on the curbs. however, the city is asking homeowners to ignore this
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powerhouse >> a $10,000 reward for a triple homicide outside of a warehouse for my tech to party, so far, only one a rest. >> steve jobs. tattoo--party with only one arrest from october 3rd. >>robyn: now, with the recent past >>isabel: now, with the recent passing of steve jobs, this blocthis book has just been released. chronicle of steve jobs. >>marty: thousands of state workers getting laid off notices. >>isabel: jan. >> coming up shakespeare.
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movies. music. new films. big screen, small screen, and an organization that is helping everybody in the bay-area. children's charity. children and abused children and what they're going to help. come on back.
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>>marty: welcome back. 8:44 a live look at walnut creek. >>isabel: robin? >>robyn: a beautiful day. from of our roof cam of right here in san francisco beautiful, blue skies. great conditions expected for the bay area. patchy fog this morning already pushing along the coast. nice, sunny.
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temperatures are expected to reach in the mid '80s. what we can expect are nice conditions. blue skies for the entire bay area and even our extended forecast. putting our satellite/radar in into motion we will show you that later but right now, 70's for the coast expected. 80s for the bay. and here is your seven day are around the bay. the weekend is looking great on a saturday, sunday. a nice return to the warmer weather on tuesday however the wind will provide fire danger concerns. 60s on the coast for next week. still, above average for this time of year. last week of october. >> this started as an orphanage
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in 1861. >> 1851. it is called the edgewood center for children and families. it helps people deal with child abuse. often people cannot a afford it to get several fonttypes of care. marks been with them for at least 12- 13 years? >> yes. >> mark is a mover, shaker that knows how to do public relations, and really helps to look at the word out. this organization. >> it has been around since 1851. it will be around for another 160 years helping san mateo, san francisco county, 5000 families in the bay area. >> you help them in terms of child abuse? >> that is correct.
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>> we help with education, psychiatry, but it transforms laden's and its debts and get them ready transforms lives--and gets them ready for their daily life. again, when we started the orphanage we have started at risk families families-at risk. >> it is called edgewood. they have a gala celebrating willie brown and other people that of a golf and that would go to kentucky will how they get more for mission? >> they can---www.edgewood.org . a sitting down with people
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like you. now, the technology, the fragmentation it has changed so much it is not as personable as perhaps you and i. >>jacquelinean: that is true. te digital technology is still useful but not a hindrance in communicating with atwater and getting help for your family edgewater are-- >> how about a new movie? stanley tucci, kevin spacey, jeremy irons. this movie is much
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like " on inside job " with high sa finance. with great acting. jeremy irons, the entire team is so good. kevin spacey is the heart of that. even though it is not much of a heart. it makes you understand on a personal leve was happening in our personal, financial world. also another great movie. it is called it the way. i want to remind you that another movie is 50/50. also with 10:23 = the we provid jr. louis prima jr, sho and the edgewood center for woman and
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families. >>isabel: bagged spinach with listeria concerns, "f &e bagged washed spinach", hysteria can cause health problems for a young the, infants, the elderly or people with a compromised immune system. >>marty: it is not clear how many employees will action be levi laid off. anny prison workr that has been under 10 years of service are at risk. >>robyn: >>isabel: 8:50 henry is still
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at golden gate park. >> making strides against breast cancer. there is another event taking place today in the battle against breast cancer. it says something to do with gorgeous bridal gowns and amazingly low prices. and helping victims with breast cancer coming up on kron 4 news this weekend. ♪ california should be proud.
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>> a beautiful sight. in another effort to battle and fight breast cancer making strides against breast cancer. we also have three models participating in any event.
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>> the fight against breast cancer. we grant wishes to stage for cancer patients. all across the country, catullus for these beautiful gowns come from. >> from manufacturers, designers, and even individual rights. >> they are donated to? >> yes their donated. we seldom at hugely discounted prices and use that money to grant wishes for terminally ill patients to. >> this was a rich like $1300. our shop = $599 a. >> from here, all the way to here. >> the next is usually a $1100.
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hear, 600. >> the last one this retells a $2500. and here, if retells for a nearly one half off. >> you have done this last year as a volunteer. can you explain what it is like? >> it is really amazing to be able to help find a dream dress for a new bride. they are gorgeous and a great price and to see somebody get their wish granted is heartwarming. >> l.a. you were there yesterday? elie-- >> it was amazing to see all of the women happy. and donating the money for a great cause. >> the money goes towards fulfilling wishes for terminal breast cancer patients. we will send them on a trip for disney
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world, disneyland. >> the of bed itself is taking place today. if you know somebody that is getting married in looking for a wedding dress? what a great opportunity. it is happening at san leandro bay fair center. www . making memories of th.org i wish your own getting married, to the other thank you for coming out. it is quite a thing to get these women into the wedding dress [laughter] >> we will be back with more kron 4 news. for over 60,000 california foster children,
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(male announcer) live from the bay area news channel, this is the kron 4 news. >>marty: welcome back. our third live hour of the news kron 4 news weekend. >>robyn: it is 9:00 a.m. >>isabel: libya has new a leadership with the death of moammar gaddafi. >>marty: also taking you to oakland. to see what is going on with the " occupy " movement. they have been requested to leave so far, no action. >> mel brooks style and a one- man show. and i'm going to
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reveal a movie that is about uplifting it is going to make you feel better! hall where? >> we could use that. >>isabel: how about taking a live look outside from our roof cam beautiful blue skies. >> talk about uplifting. >>marty: to tell us about the great looking forecast robyn. >>robyn: well come to this beautiful saturday morning with wonderful sunshine. wellcome-- wellcome. the east bay hills are also slowing.. with fog slowly moving out and the warm temperatures slowly moving again. already 65 degrees in antioch. 56 degrees in redwood city. the weather headlines showing the patchy fog back
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along the coast with a nice, sunny afternoon expected mid '80s. will be one of the warmest locations. even highlighting your weekend saturday, sunday, minimal fog and warmer this afternoon. even a touch warmer tomorrow. , another nice day. taking a look at our high temperatures sunny and warmer. 80s and mountain view. 80s expected in the san jose. the east bay valleys also showing wonderful conditions. oakland, a bit cooler with 77 degrees. 86 in redwood city. 70's up and down the coast. clear conditions with the fog already coming back. 78 in the valley. a look at your 7 day around the bay tomorrow, nice and cooler. a bit
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more wind, but still pleasant. >>isabel: thank you, robin. so many people have been impacted with this earthquake. from three overnight/early-morning in. yesterday, we had a 3.8. we also had a 4.0. there have been common misconceptions that these small quakes can release the energy to reduce severe earthquakes. however, that is not the case. >> to relieve the amount of stress is significant enough you must have more earthquakes, more or less, continuous and a half to be bigger. >>isabel: usgs say a bigger earthquake on the hayward fault is practically inevitable. when,
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where? they did not know when the big one could get. >>marty: get too caught up on developing stories. the occupy protests continuing in the bay area and across the country. this is a live look in oakland. police are getting frustrated and ready to take action. kron 4's craig sklar is reporting live and these people are getting another morning yoga. >>reporter: it looks like business as usual. if they do not know when the police are coming out it is as if it is business as usual. you can see the tents, in ogaya plaza, the amount of people is increasing their risk of sanitation concerns. >> the conditions over the last
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10 days have deteriorated to the point were broken no longer adequate to maintain public health and public safety. we have concerns about public cooking. significant fire hazards. in addition to in creasing problems of public urination, urination and defication. also >>reporter: rats are becoming problematic. spreading disease. this is a magnet for them with food. people are going on with no sense of urgency. the >>isabel: there does not seem any sense of any sense of urgency. >>marty: that is correct. >>reporter: what will be, will be. it looks like it will still
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have a march planned at 11:00 a.m. and still arrests in the last 24 hours of the san jose occupy site. however, no arrests, here. >>isabel: things a bit less with occupy protesters seven people arrested and cited for camping in front of city hall. one was scratching a police gointhat the police car--that resulted in an arrest. >> they did not been read me my rights. i'd just was arrested. >> in the past 30 years there is been a huge shift with governments not representing us anymore. their own interests have taken precedence. >>isabel: official said the lack of sanitation is continuing to be a ongoing concern. >>marty: henry is at golden gate
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park. >>isabel: the navy stripes against the breast cancer of bent. now, he is running! >> i wanted to get a jacket to show you what they have given you. they have these great t- shirts. it is the wrong size but i will try to get you one. i will also try to get marty one. >>isabel: weekend sleep and about [laughter] >> this is going on until 10:00 a.m. it is a rolling start a 5 mi. walk. it is not a race. a nice, flat area. people can come in here you do not even have to pay but the idea is to register and possibly provide a donation in honor of somebody or a survivor. we are hoping for a
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day when there's no breast cancer and more birthdays for people. this is an example of what can happen. look here that my grandmother, people of all ages. and people even dogs participating. a wonderful event. a great event and san jose next weekend. we will be back. we will find out about another interesting event. planned out in the streets coming up on kron 4 news this weekend. ♪
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>>marty: president obama will be in town next week at a fund- raising luncheon at the " w "
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hotel. with the recent announcement of the deployment of troops. it has been great, welcomed news. here is reaction from camp pendleton. >> great for my friends to come home. >> a time and a place for war. i am happy to hear that they're coming home. >> it is good to get them home. when you to get them out of afghanistan. it seems to be transitioning from one war to another war. >>marty: news of the troops' withdrawal comes with congress looking for ways to make military retirees pay for more lifetime health care insurance. >>isabel: after months of bloodshed is the moammar gaddafi death the transitional government of libya is ready to take over. a military spokesperson says that is sermonic is planned for the country's liberation with a
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ceremony--planned for tomorrow. that declaration will be made with the calling of libya to move all ford transforming the nation into a democracy. assembly elections are in the planning stages in eight months from now >>marty: coming up, experts with usgs about the earthquakes. and also the aftershocks from overnight. >>isabel: let us take another look outside of the san mateo bridge. everything is looking great. not too much traffic and the weather looks great. look at out. ♪
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>>caller: good morning. >>marty: perhaps that smaller eruptions downgraded the possibility of a larger one coming up? haazig madyun that is >>caller: action that is speculation >>isabel: we are surrounded by new faults. paul. is there supported research that says that one would perhaps erupted more than another one? >>caller: not that i know of. >>isabel: [laughter] >>marty: there has been a lot of significant told about fall
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lines and to perhaps if one has another tendency to shake more than another one. what should we prepare for? >>caller: or emergency kit should at least get you prepared for a couple of weeks. >>marty: a couple of weeks!? >>caller: for the amount of what you need. >>isabel: when you are studying this what comes to mind? >>caller: my main job is to respond to earthquakes, immediately. i determine the magnitude and the location. i am not really involved in any research. that is why am working on a saturday. >>marty: thank you paul. how can you caught up on the weather with robyn. a live look. the
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golden gate bridge. >>robyn: beautiful conditions. already starting to see fog peeling back. the fog tracker showing exactly that it is along the coast. cool conditions and clear. some patchy fog starting over san bruno, san francisco but it has already moved out. a bit cooler compared to yesterday morning but will start to warm up by this afternoon. the fog tracker showing the entire bay- area it is fog-free. continuing through this our will have that coastal fog this morning but moving into 60s/70's by lunch. and warm sunny conditions for the entire bay-area expected. 85 degrees expected in san jose. by 11:00 a.m., we are expecting 60's and 70's. to put this into motion by 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m.,
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already seeing 80s. it is going to be really nice. a nice day today, compared to yesterday with five, 10 degrees warmer. that patchy fog expected for the bay area tomorrow. make sure that you go out and enjoy outdoor activities. the cooler temperatures are returning next week with details on that coming up. >>isabel: thank you, robin. new details on a homicide investigation. last weekend a funeral of a hell's angel had fighters sho-fires gunfire was e gang member of the hell's angel is expected to be one of the suspects. he is still to
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believe that large ruiz. .. is his name. >>marty: earlier, three victims were sitting outside of a warehouse tattoo party. there were two gunmen that opened fire. a 16 year-old perished. to others, wounded. so far, only one are rest. there have been two wounded people. >> and a woman ' s body was discovered at 8:40 at manor beach she was taken to the county courts more for an autopsy. she was partially clothed. >> ladies and gentleman, over cities and squares and hills and valleys a paint ball festival.
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if from of >> it is the, uh out and pla ofd play festival come out. catherine is the organization's leader. >> , out and play come out and play is directed towards family friendly games in public spaces.
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all weekend, everything is free. jericho park, but several types of dodge ball, treasure hunt, and everything in between. we want to basically turned san francisco into a playground. >> we have gone to tremendous lengths to recreate this game can you explain this game? >> the urgent supply road jericho road. there are two teams that wore plain thfor been spy this is called an urban spy game called " jericho ". i am on the phone with the organizer and he is asking how this organization/party is going.
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>> how does this work? >> to show up and play 400 avenue on a mission district near harrison is where our headquarters are located. in addition, we have a couple of things going on with locations throughout the city. herman plaza, west kamal, >> also a fair warning that people are just wondering a rounded to see people running around doing crazy things. shooting each other. >> we are going to try to look relief under cover we are born to try to really look under cover [laughter] >> and these games are free and open to the public. ask anybody. >> october 29th-november 6th it is come out and play at is
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>> this is from a seismologist. >> i jump out of my chair when i felt those jolts. clearly, i could feel it. we were right above the epicenter. every time this happens to you wonder is this the big one? we definitely live in earthquake territory. today, we should be prepared for earthquake to happen and potentially, a very large earthquake. if >>marty: 4.0 felt much for the bay area. the 3.8 was felt as far as santa cruz pier warehouse >>isabel: a live look at the golden gate bridge. speaking of golden? a beautiful day. >>marty: we keep coming back to
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that shot and you can see why. >>robyn: clear skies. and walnut creek is also showing clear skies. i and the66 degrees and r bay-area wide. everything mid- 50s, low 60s. a beautiful day on tap. with 70's all the way on the coast with 80s inland. let us take a look at the high temperatures for today. 80s in mountain view, all the way to san jose, the east bayvie pleasant conditions. plus it's near pittsburgh, san ramon. even
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richmond with 86 affected. san ramon, 86 degrees. pleasanton, 87 degrees. we have been enjoying the sunshine. 84 degrees for the high temp in the antioch. a look at your 7 day around the bay warm today, warm tomorrow, with plenty of sunshine and you will notice the when the conditions starting tuesday but a plus and start to the work week next week >>isabel: the occupy wall street protesters continuing around the bay area. however, after 900 protesters around the globe this is providing public concern. kron 4's craig sklar is reporting live about an eviction order that has been issued and ignored by oakland protesters.
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this morning, they are getting with a fork and 11:00 demonstration? >>reporter: they are getting ready for and--11:00 a.m. demonstration. still, there are still people cured that of not evacuated if any? more people. the concern is sanitary. our concerns about rats, public urination and fire hazards without looking. it looks like this city is losing its patience after 10 days. the order came last night at 10:00 p.m. so far, no police presence at this location in. i have been all around the plaza and i do not know why they're not over here. perhaps because it is a weekend? however, the protesters are not going anywhere. you see that
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already in the san jose there have been seven arrests. the oakland police are apparently handling this differently. >>isabel: 11:00 a.m. march? to you think the police would becoming an to remove their items during the 11:00 a.m. march >>reporter: what a great point. i do not know. if police confront them they still have to leave but if they do it that way, perhaps people will be less confrontational. >>marty: new details on the occupy san jose movement. they have arrested two people from overnight sight it and released this morning. seven arrests on friday for a camping on in city
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hall. they posted bail. their return to. they are concerned about their lack of sanitation. in cleveland, ohio. protesters were also rest when i did not leave an encampment. there were- arrested protesters in cleveland-ohio. if they are arrested? they vowed to come back. >>isabel: still to come, the troupe returns in time for the holidays. >>marty: a look outside with a beautiful look at the san francisco bay bridge. under sunny skies, we will be back. off
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>>isabel: 170,000 was the peak amount of troop levels four years ago. all of them will soon
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be coming home the shift has been from the troops moving troopsiras into iraq from to afghanistan. >>reporter: with two different appointments and i rack her son and---the country of iraq. >> i was anxious. there was lots of concerns. i did not know if he was going to wet enough food, enough sleep. however, there have been seven months now can both of my sons. have gone. >> there are different stages of
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employment, pre-deployment. there is the anticipation of not knowing when they are going to be going. and then one halfway through the deployment there is okay. we have made it this far. it is a concern. you get a lot of emotions you did not know you were going to have. >>reporter: one thing is that there are a lot of parents and loved ones waiting for their military children to return back from home. >> a great decision to deploy in time for the holidays >>reporter: kron 4. >>marty: a quick check on your weather when we come back. >>isabel: the weather and how what jan? >> sharon white and--we're going
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>>marty: a beautiful flock. >>isabel: robyn? the beautiful looks >>robyn: a beautiful look sofwih clear skies to of the city this afternoon. taking a look of the fog tracker showing the fog already back on the coast. with more clearing expected by this afternoon. nothing to worry about right now, we are looking at 50s through santa rosa, napa.
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60s along the bayshore in san francisco. we will see a nice warm up by noon. and walnut creek even at 85 degrees warming up, nicely. the south bay will have mostly 80s. mountain view will see also beautiful conditions with 83 in milpitas. a bit warmer in pleasanton. castro valley, checking in at also 83 degrees. a beautiful day along the peninsula. 69 degrees and warmer at half moon bay. nice, sunny conditions. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay and another beautiful day. senate, warm, though warmer weather concern returns on tuesy and wednesday with wind. >> this only costs 2¢ to send a
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letter from one coast to the other. and >> this is one of the great shows. it is called zero ohour e brings this wonderful eccentric artistic gifted man, alive. and the war of a gifted a gem brochure roo his name is jim. >> we have begged friends for so long. we have been friends for so long. jim broch and he had a hard life. >> he had a very challenging life. >> what surprised people is
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that the performance, the producers. >> the most surprising thing is that he was a serious artist. he was an artist before he was an actor he said that he was born to paint. he painted over 10,000 pictures. he says i only two, the and i only am an actor. to get more paint. that was his patient fashion-- >> that was his passion. >> he was blacklisted in the 30's in the 40's. and not only were they of liberal but he says that i am marxist because there were fighting fascism. and what was going on in europe. he got in trouble. he got in trouble and not work for 10 years.
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>> also the font of the play with that large personality. is no surprise that there is some fun-- >> the last person that took this is nathan lane. i'm going to start with katie who is also from the producers. >> in the meantime you can see jamim brochu and kabar hall. www.jccsf.org/arts. josh, his sone set up some of those items. >> come see me! >> and aspiring film. cannot tow
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nook, greenland. >>isabel: much more to come. >>marty: a quick look at the golden gate park event'
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>>marty: that is going to wrap things up for us. >>isabel: thank you for joining us we will see you tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. and one more check and with henry. >> a lot of people are coming and to the finish line is this still happening. people are just starting to walk. what do you think is the name of this team? teen myrlene. they are just
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ready to get started on their walk on this--team. >> 50. >> 50 members of this team. this ismyrlene. >> you are walking in honor of you. your story? >> these are all my friends, family. people that care about me. and i care about them. i was diagnosed in may, 2005 with an aggressive form of breast cancer. i have lost two different sisters 2 breast cancer and i am very happy to be here >> look at you! all of your friends, family. (cheers & applause) >> hall long have you been going this? >> seven years. >> how long? >> seven years your of the college roommate [laughter]
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>> i am a very good friend. >> there is one a couple they are not walking? >> that is my 86 rolled mother and father. they are living in california 86 years old-- >> it is a great event about honoring people that have survived. it is also about honoring the memory that not survived. and also to raise money for breast cancer to be a thing of the past. folks, i do not want to hold two of any more. teen myrlene, on you go! it is a 5 mi. walk. if (cheers & applause) it is not a race. they are going to be going past the beach,
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buffalo, golden gate park, when the milflat, like winthe wind m. >> you are just making it? >> yes! gabe slate's tech rep (cheers & applause) >> the san jose event it will always be here next year. thank you for watching. (cheers & applause) ♪ for
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