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where crews are looking to try and find little daphne webb. and as survivors return home. families are preparing lawsuits against asiana airlines. why some survivors may have a tougher time than others in court. >>erica: temperatures are mostly in the '50s and then looks like some dense fog right around santa rosa and half moon valley. for later on this morning, you can see we will try to bring up futurecast. . here's a look at your 7 day around the bay forecast. you will notice partly cloudy conditions into the afternoon and temperatures will be on the cooler side today and tomorrow so expect heavy morning fog, partly sunny conditions into the afternoon and we will warm things up into the middle of this week. we will continue with the warming trend
lasting into the weekend. looks like saturday and sunday temperatures will be eighties and nineties. i will have more on your weekend forecast coming up in my next report. taking a look at traffic, we are not monitoring any incidents but we do have overnight construction. nothing untypical just a few way closures as you make your way up the nimitz freeway. here's a live look to the bay bridge toll plaza. currently, year drive time. san mateo bridge and all problems or the blaze. you can see traffic on the right side of your screen heading out of foster city. southbound 101, lots of space between cars but it will be a little foggy out there. and >>mark: >>anny:across the country this weekend, people took to the streets in protest after
a florida jury found george zimmerman "not guilty" of murder and manslaughter related to the death of trayvon martin. sunlen miller has been following the case from sanford, florida and has the latest for us this morning. >> president obama has made a nationwide call for peace and reflection. protests all over the country followed this weekend's verdict. some people wore huggies. others held posters with trayvon martin's face. most
demonstrations were peaceful although police and a few cities did take some protesters into custody. as for george zimmerman, he's starting off the new week a free man. >> i think we should really respect that verdict, respect those six women who have to make a really tough call. >>mark: of that jury found zimmerman not guilty. >> i am wearing my heady as support to the millions of followers who brought the george zimmerman to the arrest, to meet a jury. we feel that in time he will get his conviction. >> he could face a federal charge in connection with trayvon martin's death. >>anny:in oakland.
police were keeping an eye on the protesters near frank ogawa plaza closely. this was video of the remaining protesters walking in circles at the intersection of 14th and broadway. they chanted "no justice, no peace." police say for the most part the protest was peaceful. no arrests were made. kron four's philippe djegal spent the day at the rally. where people were clearly upset with the zimmerman verdict. philippethe protestors showing up with signs -- blasting th zimmerman verdict. many also wearing hoodies in honor of trayvon martin. sot- organizers took to the stage, addressing the crows of more than 500 people. gathered at frank ogawa plaza. which protestors instead sot-
i'm ashamed to be an american today. this country is in distress and we can go on like this any longer. >> i have daughters and i also have nephews and of course they are black males and i feel that if this isn't addressed in the way that is being addressed now that it will continue and i certainly would not want the same thing to happen to my nephews or other black males because it was an injustice. sot- >>after an hour of speeches, the crowd took to the streets. stopping traffic. the oakland police department followed close behind, dressed in riot gear. while protestors marched. >> i want this process to show that people of every race are upset with this verdict. >> people of color is being
targeted. police and volunteers scoured a section of the oakland hills.looking in vain for 21 month old daphne webb. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron 4 news. >>james: police and volunteers scoured a section of the oakland hills looking in vain for 21 months old daphne web. it's been almost a week since the girl's father called police saying that she's been kidnapped from his suv while he was inside a convenience store in east oakland. kron4's maureen kelly reports that the area searchers concentrated on this weekend boarders the little girl's home. >>maureen:more than 40 trained volunteers and six dogs from both the alameda and santa clara sherriff's search and rescue teams took part in the effort.spending nearly seven hours going over two and a half square miles of the leona canyon
regional open space preserve. looking for any sign of daphne webb >> the teams are just basically checking and those areas to see whatever information they may be able to come up with. >>maureen: the searchers focused on the areas closest to the trails. the command post for sunday's effort just a little over a half mile away from where daphne lived with her father john webb. police say.that's why they are concertrating on this >>mark: she lives not far from here and it is surrounded by these trains so we are making an educated guess with what we have. residents who live near the area say it's disturbing to think the little girl could be out there so close to home. but after a long and dusty day.nothing was turned up.and police say they have no plans to search this area again any time soon.
saying investigators will hold a briefing.before deciding what their next steps should be. maureen kelly kron4 news. >>james:daphne's dad, john webb was arrested for child endangerment. but those charges were dropped by the district attorney. he was released from santa rita jail in dublin on >>anny: when we return to the kron4 morning news, a live look at our weather and more headlines coming up. we will be right back.
>>james: we are back now at 411. more details being released on the third asiana plane crash victim. the san mateo coroner's office has identified the third victim of the fatal crash as 15-year-old liu yipeng. yipeng had been in critical condition in a pediatric care unit at san francisco general hospital.but she
died friday. she is the third victim of the july sixth crash. yipeng was a chinese national.two other chinese,ere >>anny:the survivors of last weekend's plane crash have returned home. 31 students and teachers from a middle school in east china province were reunited with family and friends. they traveled to the u-s on the ill-fated asiana flight 214 to attend a summer camp. the plane crash landed at s- f-o.killing three people.and injuring dozens more. the investigation into how and why the plane crashed is under way. >>james:when the crash of asiana airlines flight 214 finally goes to court, the potential payouts will probably be very different for americans and passengers from other countries. an international treaty governs compensation to passengers harmed by
international air travel. and that is likely to close u-s courts to many foreigners. forcing them to pursue claims in asia and elsewhere. where lawsuits are rare, harder to win, and offer smaller payouts. coming up on the kron four morning news. starting out a little cloudy out there but we will see more sunshine into the afternoon. time now is 413.
415 is the time let's hand it over to erica with the forecast this morning. >>erica: heavy morning fog for the next two days but as we head into the middle of this week, we are talking about a little bit of a warming trend. temperatures will gradually warmed up into the weekend and we will end up with '90s and the forecast as we head into saturday and sunday. here's a look at satellite and radar. don't be surprised if
locations. low 80s today and low 90s. '70s and '80s and the south bay, sunnyvale at 88, 84 slated for campbell. san leandro today with a high of 69 degrees. oakland today with high as 68 degrees and 60¢ amber now. 7 day around the bay forecast shows it will be cooler for the next couple of days. expect gradually cooler weather as we transition into the weekend. let's take a look at traffic. looking
live outside to the approach to the toll plaza, a very smooth ride. some construction on the upper bay but it will not slow you down. >>anny:the journalist who first reported edward snowden's disclosures of u.s. surveillance programs says snowden has "thousands of documents" that amount to an "instruction manual for how the nsa is built." but glenn greenwald of the
guardian tells the associated press that snowden doesn't want the details made public -- because they would reveal "exactly how the nsa does what it does." >>james:texas governor rick perry is expected to sign into law a controversial and restrictive abortion bill sometime in the next few days. amid widespread protests.the texas senate passed the legislation late friday.the house passed it last wednesday. critics say the bill will effectively shut down most clinics that perform abortions in the state.denying access to many in rural areas.
>> we put the limit at five months in this bill. nonetheless, governor perry says women in texas have options when it comes to medical issues. the measure also outlaws abortions after 20-weeks unless the health of the woman is in immediate >>anny:cory monteith , star of the hit tv series "glee," was found dead in a vancouver hotel room. his body was discovered by hotel staff after he missed his noon checkout time saturday. the cause of death is unknown, but authorities say no foul play is suspected.an autopsy is scheduled for today. the 31 year old actor had a history of substance abuse.he checked himself into a rehab facility in march. girlfriend and "glee" co-
>>james: welcome back. police in novato are searching for two people who assaulted a young man with a baseball bat late friday night. officers responded to a report of a fight in the 1000 block of ignacio boulevard at about 11 p.m. friday. an 18-year-old man who was struck with a baseball bat was transported to a hospital to be treated for his injuries. two suspects fled the scene after the assault. police have arrested a petaluma man after the say he burglarized a home saturday morning.
grant douglas lowrie woke a homeowner as he was burglarizing a garage attached to a home. the homeowner contacted police after he saw lowrie exit a side door of the rson items. his bike and the homeowner attempted to confront lowrie, but the suspect fled the scene on the bike. police found him hiding behind trees and a search revealed the stolen items. police in pleasanton have arrested a 19-year-old man who allegedly hit another man with his car following an argument in a parking lot at stoneridge mall. witnesses apparently followed the suspect vehicle -- a 2002 chevrolet silverado - as it fled the scene after the collision. officers tracked down the
vehicle on dublin boulevard and detained the driver, dublin resident frank gallant. gallant was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and booked into santa rita jail. the critically acclaimed film. based on the shooting death of oscar grant at an oakland bart station. has opened in select theaters nationwide. the movie is called fruitvale station.
sunshine and mild weather and lingering clouds. satellite and radar shows that deeper marina later. desi breeze and place right now bringing a lot of low cloud cover. we are not off to a mild start of a rather chilly. does colombes is that fog going to hang around. you'll notice even into the 7:00 hour mainly cloudy conditions expect a lot of cloud cover to hang out along the coast line so it would not be surprising if plc sunshine located
around ocean beach, as a book or for those of you and half moon bay. today's forecast with highs in the east bay. you notice mid '80s for antioch in brentwood, low eighties through the san ramon valley. we are only going to see some 60 today for berkeley and oakland. 73 year high castro valley and '70s expected in fremont. the peninsula of take a look at the north bay, napa and sonoma with highs of 80 degrees. santa rosa today as 74 degrees and upper '70's in petaluma. pretty mild conditions for the next couple of days and then
temperatures start to heat ups. more weather and just a bit but i do want to take a look at traffic around the bay area. we are seeing are early signs of a back up to the bay bridge toll plaza with his only impacted one of those cash lanes. perhaps there is a shift change taking place. san mateo bridge looking good your drive is just 12 to 13 minutes. last but not least, a live look outside to the golden gate bridge. pretty foggy conditions but no incidents to report >>anny: george zimmerman was facing
second-degree murder and manslaughter charges in the shooting death of that florida teenager. the nation is reacting, as zimmerman adjusts to life as a free man. shannon travis has more from sanford, florida. >>though the jury ended the criminal debate, the verdict fueled the national debate over the shooting death of trayvon martin. >>mark:"trayvon benjamin martin is >>mark: >> dead because he and other young black men and boys are seen not as a person but as a problem." across the country people in church services, on social media and on sunday morning talk shows discussed and debated george zimmerman's acquittal even president obama offered a statement, calling the death a tragedy but asking the country to respect martin's parents' call for calm reflection. others rallied in cities across the country, though
most were peaceful. martin's family members are asking for prayers. >>darya: >>"we're very concerned very hurt and very disappointed at this point but we know in the end god will prevail and justice will be served." the justice department to continue investigating the killing as a possible hate crime. "there is reason to be concerned that race was a factor in why he targeted young trayvon." zimmerman's brother says f- b-i investigations have not found an "inkling" of racism. "i would encourage them to cool their jets, give everyone some time to kind of process what's going on." he says zimmerman now needs to heal and re-center himself, even as he continues to fear for his life. "i can't foresee any plans
or any meaningful engagement that he'd have with society for a while because of the threats that are still going around and continue to." in sanford, florida, i'm shannon travis. president barack obama is asking the nation for calm reflection as protest continue to erupt surrounding the not guilty verdict. president obama says the death of trayvon martin was a tragedy for america. in a statement. the president said americans should ask themselves if they're doing all they can to stem gun violence, and what can be done to prevent future tragedies like the florida shooting. >>james:george zimmerman's brother. robert zimmerman junior. is now talking about the verdict and how it should be respected. amid the massive protests. the police chief in
sanford, florida addressed the possibility that some in his community might not be happy with the court's decision. people in los angeles.also unhappy with the verdict. they took to the streets.holding signs and chanting.many of them upset acquittal. this was the scene in oakland following the zimmerman verdict. the protesters burned an american flag. here you can see it.
>>mark: >> they are saying your kid can walk down the street not doing anything. just go to the store. a grown man can get into a fight with your kid, they can have begun and now your defense is new to the sidewalk and beat their head damp. i think it was a travesty of justice and i really believe that we should change these laws.
the crowd circled around, while chanting anti-amercan sentiments. however, the police department did not move in. and no one was arrested. protestors demonstrating in oakland got violent over the weekend. will tran is live in oakland this morning showing us some of the damage. will. >> not as bad as it was on saturday night. nonetheless, a lot of people were attacked. i am at 20 aunt and telegraph and i can tell you this is what happened on saturday. you can call it the fate of the protests over the weekend. even to the windows all boarded up about 30 altogether at this location of shattered windows. down the road, a bar and grill has shattered windows while customers employees were inside on saturday night. driving through oakland, you can see
spray paint on the walls and other one's talking about the police. how much they hate the police. there are posters ofthanks will. as well. but is quiet at this hour. we will have reaction from people coming down to this location and i've got to tell you i was here yesterday morning and their reaction was both a angry, one at the verdict and what happened to oakland 3 we're just getting started. >>james: oakland mayor jean quan released a statement in response to the violent protests in oakland. oakland mayor jean quan released a statement in response to the violent protests in oakland. "our hearts and our prayers today are with trayvon's loved ones, and with every family that has lost a child to gun violence.a small group of people gathered in
downtown oakland last night. sadly, some of them dishonored the memory of trayvon by engaging in violent activities that hurt our growing economy and endangered people. this is unacceptable as well. we will not tolerate we must come together to heal and move forward. in the days and weeks ahead our community will continue working to learn from this tragedy and to prevent this from ever happening again." coming up on the kron four morning news. and here's a live look outside. golden gate bridge. we will have more details on your forecast as well as your tech report when we return.
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>>james: we are back at 446. a quick look at your headline to. 19 people were rushed to the hospital after a muni rail accident saturday. the crash is under investigation, but as kron four's terisa estacio reports, officials say they believe they know the cause. and it wasn't muni's fault. it was a violent collision - leaving debris scattered all of the street. and more than a dozen injured people rushed to the hospital. officials say this accident on 3rd and evans in san francisco unfolded after the driver of this white van tried to make a left turn in front of the muni train around 1 saturday afternoon. this is muni spokesperson paul rose. sot/tc: it appears the driver made an illegal
turn. the impact forced the van to spin around and knock out the traffic signal which smashed into a muni window. in total, authorities say 19 people were transported to 3 hospitals in 7 different ambulances. this is battalion chief william murray. >>mark: >>mark:sot/tc: they don't appear to be serious, minor. san francisco police closed off the intersection as they investigated the crash. muni riders were forced to take buses while the trains were halted. police say it is unclear right now, who had the right away, plus. sot/tc: because of statements made it is unknown, plus there was some talk of a pedestrian in the way and that could have caused a pause. around - 4 the intersection was re-oppened and trains were allowed back in service on the line. solano county sheriff's office has identified a second suspect in the
murder of a suisun city man in vacaville. police say this man, "eddie" perez is wanted for the murder. perez's older brother was arrested outside the residence in the 72-hundred block of steiger hill road where the victim's body was found. police responded to the residence after gunfire in the area was reported on tuesday night. eriberto perez is believed to have fled the murder scene before deputies arrived. in canada, a church bell >>erica: happy monday. as we start off the work week, we're waking up to a lot of low clouds with a deeper marine layer in place. we
will continue with the cloud cover until late afternoon as we pitcher morning lows, take a look at the temperatures. widespread fifties out there with plenty of clout cover to go around. we will remain in the low 60s along the coast line, mid '80s and land. taking a look at your visibility chart. visibility isn't too greatly pact. as we follow afternoon highs, you notice a good mixing. san jose and 70 degrees. turning our attention to them warmer spots your 7 day
around the bay forecast shows tomorrow will be in other cooler day here in the bay area. by saturday and sunday, we will see low 90s inland, low eighties around the bay and mid-60's for the coast. for those of you heading to the san mateo bridge, no problems coming down the nimitz freeway 3 it what you pass the toll plaza, smoked selling out towards foster city. sao
paulo one, the golden gate bridge, no incidents to report. here on traffic maps, we are tracking pretty good drive times. westbound 24. >>anny: in canada, a church bell tolled in quebec as people gathered outside a church to remember the victims of last weekend's fiery train explosion. they held a moment of silence as church bells rang out 50 times. canadian authorities say the remains of 35 people have now been recovered in the small quebec town devastated by a fiery train
derailment. fifteen others are missing and presumed dead. it was a week ago today that a locomotive and 72 tankers carrying shale oil slammed into downtown lac- megantic after rolling down a slope and gathering speed. the crash and ensuing explosions destroyed homes, businesses and a bar filled with people. in france, a powerful crane has lifted a train car that was badly damaged in a derailment. and nearly 20 injured when four cars left the tracks. railroad stations and trains fell silent for a moment -- to remember the victims. authorities had feared more victims would be found under the wreckage. but none were discovered. investigators believe equipment failure on the tracks may have caused the derailment. after some momentum from
tim lincecum-- who tossed -- the giants fell short of sweeping the padres. barry zito was at the top of his game. but neither was the rest of the team. padres scored 10 runs on the giants. final score 10-1. josh donaldson blooped an rbi single with two outs in the 11th inning. and the athletics beat boston 3-2. the red sox haven't won a series in oakland since july 2006. and a side note - a's and the 84th all-star game happens in new york this tuesday.
>>jacqueline: >>anny:good morning, top stories we're following this monday a not guilty verdict sparks outrage across the nation. we'll have local reaction to the george zimmerman acquittal. and the search continues for a 21 month old oakland girl. where crews are looking to try and find little daphne webb. was take a look at traffic
heading into san francisco. nice and smooth for your was the blunt approach. coming from oakland about 8 minutes from oakland to the toll plaza. all other freeways command traffic free. >>james:protests took place from coast to coast following the george zimmerman not guilty verdict and for the second straight morning, parts of downtown oakland is cleaning up this morning after some people got out of hand. more than 500 protestors gathered at frank ogawa plaza. organizers took to the stage and after an hour of speeches the crowd of protestors took to the streets. the oakland police department followed close behind, dressed in riot gear as protestors marched through the area and blocked traffic. ". being targeted."
>>will: more boarded up, graffiti here. windows also boarding up. here is video that we got from last night's protest. it wasn't as bad as saturday night in the hours following the verdict. the protesters took to the streets around 4:00 in the afternoon. it started off peacefully with hundreds walking. many of them family is protesting the verdict and that when it got dark around 1030 last night, some places there receive some damage. driving through here, not so bad but .
oakland police allowed protestors to stay in the area near 14th and broadway for several hours, as long as the protestors remained they say there was minimal damage done in this area. protests took place from coast to coast following the george zimmerman not guilty verdict. this was the scene in oakland, for the most part, yesterday's protest was peaceful, but you can see here a group of people gathered to burn an american flag. kron 4's will tran is live at 20th and telegraph in downtown oakland, where oakland mayor jean quan released a statement in response to the violent protests in oakland. los angeles police arrested
seven people who protested the acquittal of george zimmerman. the mayor of los angeles pushed for peach last night, but some groups broke off and walked onto interstate 10, shutting the busy freeway for 30 minutes. also, some people at a nearby street corner began throwing rocks and flashlight batteries at officers an anonymity order remains in effect for the six jurors in zimmerman's trial. while the order does not prevent them from speaking to reporters now that the trial is over, none have come forward yet to explain what persuaded them to acquit the former neighborhood watch volunteer of second-degree murder or
manslaughter. the justice department says it's looking into possible criminal civil rights charges, but experts think that wouldn't be possible without over coming some major hurdles. the >>darya:the search continues for the 21- month-old girl who was reported missing last week. this is a picture of daphne webb. her father called police saying she had been kidnapped from his sub while he was inside a convenience store in east oakland. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month
the san mateo coroner's office has identified the third victim of the fatal crash as 15-year-old liu yipeng. yipeng had been in critical condition in a pediatric care unit at san francisco general hospital.but she died friday. she is the third victim of the july sixth crash. yipeng was a chinese jujuy national.two other girls, also chinese, were pronounced dead the day of the crash. >>darya:the survivors of last weekend's plane crash have returned home. 31 students and teachers from a middle school in east china province were reunited with family and friends. they traveled to the u-s on
the ill-fated asiana flight 214 to attend a summer camp. the plane crash landed at s- whenf-o.killing three people.and injuring dozens more. marinthe investigation into how and why the plane crashed is under way. when the crash of asiana airlines flight 214 finally goes to court, the potential payouts will probably be and passengers from other countries. an international treaty governs compensation to passengers harmed by international air travel. and that is likely to close u-s courts to many foreigners. forcing them to pursue claims in asia and elsewhere. where lawsuits are rare, harder to win, and
these numbers made with chili but we haven't reached the morning lows yet. here is what happened-as here's what's happening. not only are we seeing low clouds along the coastline but they're filling and inland. you may have some slight divisibility issues. visibility has worsened for at least those of you along the coast line for it by 7:00, you will notice what conditions. once the sun is up, you necessarily see it because we are expecting very gray skies. as we had until lunch time, looks like sunny skies. but a lot of land during cloud cover and inside the bay. expect great skies to stick around for those of you and pacifica and half moon bay.
as we take a gander at afternoon highs, a good connecting of '70s and '80s downtown san francisco with a high of 63 degrees. 7 day around the bay forecast highlights similar weather into tomorrow with heavy morning fog, cooler conditions into the afternoon and by wednesday we turned the corner introducing warmer weather was less fog. will continue the warming trend where the end of the workweek and even a lasting into the weekend. time now is 5163 hears a look at traffic now with robin. >> reporter: years in a get traffic heading into san francisco. more cars on the
rope with don't have to worry about any problems, accidents or stalls. when to get past the toll bridge plaza, it's smooth sailing. when one looks great from the peninsula has emerged with 92. no problems for the nimitz freeway for those of you working your way through hayward headed over to the stand until bridge toll plaza 3 heading over to 101, here is a live look from the golden gate bridge, your commute from highway 37 coming out of the bottle still clocking in at a quick 21 minutes so just as good out of san francisco no problems on city streets headed to golden gate bridge. switching over traffic maps fuel state normal slow traffic here quickly filling in as you march from 205 over to west about 580
heading for the off to mont. the good news is it's finally loosened up. >>james: attacks. a federal judge in manhattan says he will announce his decision today at the end of a non-jury trial. the trial will decide whether world trade center properties its affiliates can receive more than the four-point-nine billion in insurance proceeds they have already gotten. if the judge rules the trade center owners are entitled to additional money, a liability trial could be scheduled. the owners say it has cost more than eight-billion dollars to rebuild.
>>darya:president george h.w. bush is returning to the white house today to join president barack obama in a commitment to volunteerism. the presidents will recognize the 5- thousandth daily point of light award. bush senior created the award more then two decades ago to honor volunteer service. the two will be joined by bush's wife barbara, son neil and other relatives are expected to accompany bush. son and former president george w. bush will not attend the ceremony. in >>jacqueline: >>james:texas governor rick perry is expected to sign into law a controversial and restrictive abortion bill sometime in the next few days. amid widespread protests.the texas senate passed the legislation late friday.the house passed it last wednesday. critics say the bill will
effectively shut down most clinics that perform abortions in the state.denying access to many in rural areas. nonetheless, governor perry says women in texas have options when it comes to medical issues. the measure also outlaws abortions after 20-weeks unless the health of the woman is in immediate danger. >>darya:the journalist who first reported edward snowden's disclosures of u.s. surveillance programs says snowden has "thousands of documents" that amount to an "instruction manual for how the nsa is built." but glenn greenwald of the guardian tells the associated press that snowden doesn't want the details made public -- because they would reveal "exactly how the nsa does
what it does." >>james:in canada, a church bell tolled in quebec as people gathered outside a church to remember the victims of last weekend's fiery train explosion. they held a moment of silence as church bells rang out 50 times. canadian authorities say the remains of 35 people have now been recovered in the small quebec town devastated by a fiery train derailment. fifteen others are missing and presumed dead.
it was a week ago today that a locomotive and 72 tankers carrying shale oil slammed into downtown lac- megantic after rolling down a slope and gathering speed. the crash and ensuing explosions destroyed homes, businesses and a bar filled with people. in bay area news. police in novato are searching for two people who assaulted a young man with a baseball bat late friday night. officers responded to a
report of a fight in the 1000 block of ignacio boulevard at about 11 p.m. friday. an 18-year-old man who was struck with a baseball bat was transported to a hospital to be treated for his injuries. two suspects fled the scene after the assault. police have arrested a petaluma man after the say he burglarized a home saturday morning.
minute on friday. here's a look at the stock market closed on friday. the dow rose three points to end the day at 15,464. the nasdaq climbed nearly 22 points, ending the day at 3,600. and the s and p 500 also rose five points to close at 1,680. >>darya:senator leland yee wants to help boost election turnout by giving voters the chance to cast ballots on saturdays. the legislation would require counties to have a polling place open for early voting for four hours on at least one saturday in the 29 days before election day. 25 of california's 58 counties already allow saturday voting. yee says its hard for many voters with jobs and kids
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>>erica: we do have a lot of high clouds and place. especially for our coastal communities and our base shores. what this means is not much of a difference right now but when the come--sun comes up. we will continue with persistent cloud cover into the late morning hours. afternoon highs today. may eighties and land, upper 60s around the bay and low 60s along the coast. i will have full details on what to expect, then 7 day around the bay coming up at 545. good morning robin. >>darya: >> reporter: traffic is very light and smoke throughout the rest of the bay area. i want to switch over to traffic maps showing you the
e shore freeway 3 it 80 at university we are getting word of police activity. the university off ramp is closed eastbound and westbound. something going on at city streets. we will continue to monitor and bring you more details. the >>darya: 531 right now. seventeen days after an performances of its show kron4's will tran is alive and oakland at 20th and telegraph downtown. business owners are still trying to clean up their from saturday's big protests. >>will: they will be cleaning up for quite some time and it is not a good morning if you are employees of sears corp. the places all boarded up. this is the result of the weekend protest. this place by far
suffered the most damage. i ask an employee when he was heading man. he said i don't know why they go after us. maybe is the location because we are so huge. i talked to some of the people yester day following the verdict sunday morning and i have got to tell you the cost to replace these windows at least 10 to $20,000. here is video of the protests they too. started off peacefully in west oakland. hundreds of people marched peacefully through west oakland. many families were there and then all of a sudden when the sun came down, it got dark and it got our raleigh. fortunately, not as much on sunday night. drove through here. some places on broadway are spray-painted with a couple of windows broken but not shattered. i got a chance to talk to a man this morning patrolling oakland cleaning up the place bridge he also confirmed what i saw that it it was not as bad on sunday.
nonetheless, he is still very angry about the verdict and the aftermath from the verdict three years is reacting for it to the verdict to me was wrong. if he didn't get life, he should have got some kind of time for what he did. if i was a, issued a 17 year-old guy, i know were i would be at. i would not be walking the streets trips for what they did, it's no cause. i know you are angry but you don't take out of buildings. why you wanna take it out on something that has nothing to do with it. >>justine: back lives. here is a bar and grill on 19th and telegraph and i have to tell you there were
employees and customers inside there on saturday night when the protesters came by. they also broke the windows. many windows just crumbled from all of the things thrown in. i talked to some of the employees yesterday and they tell me they were ducking for cover, going under the table spreads do whatever they could to make sure they were safe. fortunately, no injuries at that location as well. far as we know, no arrests from last night's protest. >>darya: oakland mayor jean quan has released a statement in response to the protests. " our hearts and our prayers today are with trade bond loved ones and with every family that has lost a child to gun violence. a small group of people gathered in oakland as at least some of them is honored the memory of trade bond by engaging in violent activity that hurt our growing economy and hurt and injured people. this is not acceptable and we will not tolerate violence and our city. we need to come together and hill ended days
and weeks ahead. our community will continue to work to learn from this tragedy to prevent that from happening ever again. " >>james: here is the scene of protesters in union city. it here decide that says no justice, no peace. others brought by gold and bullhorns. protesters blocked intersections that they chanted justice and marched down market street. no word if any protesters were actually arrested. but people took to the streets in new york as well. here you can see hundreds of people gathered in times square and while crowds chanted, justice for trade by martin, the protest remained peaceful. a lot of the demonstrators took across the nation including chicago, denver, los angeles and here in the bay area.
>>darya: president barack obama is asking for calm reflection as protests continued because of the not guilty verdict. he says it was a tragedy for america and a statement, the president said americans should ask themselves if they're doing all they can to stem the violence and what can be done to prevent future tragedies like what happened in florida. >>james: the justice department is also looking into the death to see if criminal civil-rights charges should be issued. the justice department says the criminal section of the civil-rights division, the fbi and the u.s. attorney's office is continuing to evaluate evidence that was generated during that federal probe. >>james: an autopsy is scheduled today for police
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the fog tracker 4 is showing just that. by 7:00 a.m. will be at mostly cloudy conditions. as we had a lunchtime it will be a little coole clearer. >> do not be surprised if you do not see any sunshine along the media coastline. i do want to take the time when the extended forecast because we do have changes to talk about. tomorrow will be another full day. upper 60s or around the bay. warmer weather. continues as we wrap up work with. we will be a low 90's in lynn admits the upper 70's or around the bay shore. expect
pleasant warm conditions every day. the time right now is 5:46 a.m.. >> there is a hot spot in the east out in berkeley. this is just southshore freewayy ave. this is involving a car in a pedestrian. if you plan on using 80 you will not be able to exit at university avenue until further notice. the chp have closed out both runs in both the directions. the traffic is getting by just fine but you will have to haul out before or after university ave. once again it is an injury accident. this is in both directions east and west. i will keep an eye on this and let you know if this starts to back a traffic. >> if the bay bridge toll plaza is quickly getting
through. if you have cash you are backed up onto the 880 into the oakland a's. the drive time is already a 20 minutes. > if you want to get around this your drive time is still holding that a quick 12 minutes from hayward and foster city. your ride through the golden gate bridge is doing pretty good. crews are in the process of switching the line configurations. the drive time is 21 minutes. >> the swedish team that was knocked out of the america's cup by a fatal accident in san francisco bay hopes to be back on the water some. artemis racing was out of
the competition after an accident in may that killed a crew member. the race officials say that the team is likely to join arrest by next weekend. the next race is scheduled for tuesday. artemis racing is scheduled to race against the italian team luna rossa. >> after some momentum from tim lindsey, who tossed a no-hitter saturday night, the giants fell short of sweeping and the padres. barry zito was not at the top of the game, and neither was the rest of the team. the final score was 10 to one. >> as for the a's, a joshed
donald some blooped an rbi single in to two outs in the 11th inning and the athletics beat boston 3 to 2. the red sox have not won a series in oakland since july of 2006. both the a's and the giants take a break this week. >> taking a look at the box office numbers this weekend. the minions ran away with the box office for the second week in a row. here is a look at the numbers. despicable me , menovemberme
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authors and the world has just revealed she wrote a crime novel under a fake name. in top-secret fashion, " harry potter " creator j k rowling has revealed that she wrote a crime novel " the cuckoo's calling " under the name robert galbraith. she said in a statement " it has been wonderful to publish without high or expectation and pure pleasure to get feedback from publishers and readers under a different name. " >> an early version of the famous dorothy gill dress worn by actors and judy garland in " the wizard of oz " will soon have a new owner. the rare address was only used during the movie's first two weeks of filming
and did not appear in the final version of tim. a bay area collector has owned the dress since 1982. the dress will be auctioned off at a profiles in history auction house on july 28th. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news. protest took place across the nation following the george zimmerman not a guilty verdict. more on the areas that suffered damages. >> we now know the name of the third victim of the flight 214 plane crash. the latest on where the remaining passenger of the crash are. >> we're also tracking a hot spot out of berkeley. a pedestrian was struck at university ave. rabin will bring you an update on how it is affecting your morning commute.
>> good morning, top stories we're following this monday july 15th. a not guilty verdict sparks outrage across the nation. we'll have local reaction to the george zimmerman acquittal. >> and the search continues for a 21 month old oakland girl. where crews are looking to try and find little daphne webb. >> i do want to step out of the shot for you to take a
look at this gorgeous shot from mount tam. you can see that of the sky is rising. it is not that below. we have temperatures on the cooler side. as we look at the morning lows it will be upper 50's for the inland spots. cloudy conditions will stick around to a late morning. you could expect the temperatures to be mainly in the '60s and '70s. by letter on to my you can expect more cloud covers the temperatures will range from the '50s to the '60s. we do have warmer days ahead of us and 90 is in the extended forecast. i will have full details in my next report. >> let's head back over to the hot spot in berkeley. this is an injury accident. it expects