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news within the next 30 minutes j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> catherine: people throughout the bay area and beyond are still protesting the not guilty verdict of george zimmerman. >> catherine: here's the latest. >> catherine: thousands have rallied in places like new york, chicago and miami. most of the rallies have been peaceful. but two have had violence -- both in california. in los angeles, six people were arrested after protesters threw batteries at officers, and blocked an on-ramp to interstate 10. in oakland, no arrests have been made public, but vandals smashed the windows of restaurants and other businesses, and even threw rocks at police. >> catherine: another rally is getting oakland. there's obviously hope that it stays peaceful.. kron-4's dan kerman is live near city hall. and dan -- are people starting to gather? >> reporter: people are trickling and but right now pretty empty. uc several
police officers for just right there. what can tell you is going on is boarding up. just across the street at the chase bake at 14 am broadway which is a big place. 14 broadway at the chase book chase bank they just started boarding up that building within the last hour. the business day to finish. not taking any chances this time putting of boards are round the windows so we boarded up. while they were due one this the woman that owned a business a cautious st talked came by to talk by to talk in regards to her business and not being boarded up. >> i'm just looking up at
every one boarding up their windows and we are not doing that. i do not know mainly because it could be that... honestly i don't think that i had to do that. so we did not do it. but i am looking a wry and seen what is happening. am i worried about the business? of course i am but not to enough to spend all of that money that people are spending to build up their businesses. >> reporter: it is a new business. but apparently she did not believe that she needed to board up for business. of course everyone
is hoping for a peaceful protest. hoping for the best tonight and will keep you reporting nine dead carmen kron 4 news. dan kerman. >> reporter:geroge zimmerman no longer has to wear his gps ankle bracelet. the state of florida has declared him a free man. not be over yet. >>we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. a free man, but not free of lawsuits. two scenarios could bring zimmerman back into court. one is a civil suit, charging zimmerman with causing the wrongful death >> reporter: of trayvon martin. the burden of proof in these cases is much lighter. the families of nicole brown
and ron goldman successfully sued o=j simpson for millions after he was acquitted of their murder. the martin family lawyer says they have not decided on a civil suit. they are >> not money hungry people trying to profit over their son's death. >> reporter:scenario two: the justice department charges zimmerman with violating martin's civil rights. it would have to prove that he was guilty of targeting martin because of his race. that was not an issue in zimmerman's florida trial. nevetrtheless black church leaders gathered in washington today to press for action. >>we want them to look over the case with a fine-toothed comb. we want them to ask themselves, can theyindilldualst unarmed individuals in america, and get away with it." >> reporter:the progressive political web site move on dot org says it's gathered more than 300=thousand signatures on a pitetition. attorney general eric holder says he's listening. >>the justice department shares your concern. i share your concern - >> reporter: an ally of
florida catherine >> catherine: vandals smashed windows in downtown oakland over the weekend. it happened toward the end of two otherwise peaceful protests over the zimmerman verdict. this is some of the damage. oakland's mayor says the violence not only damaged private property -- but also forced the police to re-direct some of its scarce resources. >> the only hearst the business but it takes place from where we really need them and the other and communities. because we had to bring to everyone downtown because a small group of people thought it was ok to cry trash our city. >> hunter people and no violence. what we've seen is that people look like they're coming from out of town because they show up on bart. they thought it was
all lenders involved in the violence and it probably wasn't. >> catherine: the police chief toured some of the damage today. >> catherine: he talked about the response from the department and its strategy moving forward.coming up on kron4news at 6 >> catherine: after the verdict in the zimmerman case.the 'stand-your ground' law is getting more attention. so are similar cases. one example -- 17-year-old jordan davis from the jacksonville area. he was with friends in an s-u-v when michael dunn -- seen on the right -- reportedly shot into the car because of the volume of the music they were playing. it happened last november at a gas station. dunn reportedly called it "thug music." sihis girlfriend told police >> the teenagers had threatened dunn.
dunn says the teenagers had >> catherine: advanced toward him. he's charged with first- degree murder and three counts of attempted murder. >> jacqueline: things are a lot cooler because the fog is not there at all of this afternoon. away from the coastline on the mild side and antioch with 86 degrees, 73 in concord 71 in livermore. and low 70's and mix of the upper 60s for the north bay. this is what to expect tonight the fog will return tonight with a wide spread near the coast line. the south bay was the
clearing first it will stay cool to mild but big warming thorough the end of the work week. >> catherine: still to come. the relationship between the man behind last friday's fatal shooting at the jewelry-mart -- and his victims. and 5 days after a little girl was reported missing outside an oakland grocery store -- police are no closer to finding her. we'll get the latest from police.. and prop 8 supporters are still at it -- still hoping to stop same-sex weddings in california. the supreme court's answer -- as the kron-4 news at five look at 'em.
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>> reporter: newsroom. the department of justice is releasing information about the shooting of a man linked to one of the boston bombing suspects. fbi agents in florida were questioning ibrahim todashev about his ties to tamarlan tsarnaev. the f-b-i says one of the agents shot todashev in self-defense after a violent confrontation during questioning. no other details have been released on todashev's death. a source close to investigators say todashev was involved in the murders of three people in massachusetts back in 2011. >> reporter:and back here in the bay area. a fire destroyed part of the richmond refinery for chevron says a new refinery to help regulate oil
refineries. >> reporter: group on refinery safety says several state agencies charged with oversight should be combined to consolidate efforts. the panel believes the new task force should be created within cal e-p-a by september 1st. some new new information in last friday's double murder at a jewelry store in san francisco. kron 4's justine waldman talked with police about why the suspect - who has a criminal history - would were at work. >> reporter: in this cell phone video paramedics wheel out the owner of the jewelry store, he survived the shooting and stabbing. >> reporter:the two sales woman killed are 35 khin mah of san francisco and 51 lina lim of daly city. empoyees at the jewelrymart where the violence erupted.tell kron 4 news. they are deeply missed. >>they were so nice very sweet i never heard anything bad about them >> reporter:su employees are also wearing these pink ribbons in honor of the woman killed on friday.
>>in one word, tragedy. everyday we will walk by the store and remember them, it was not a good day for us. >> reporter:another reminder from the double-murder, these bullet holes in a blding across the street. police say the suspect 23 year old barry white. fired at police officers.after the killings from this restaurant nearby. where a bullet pierced the doorframe. >> reporter:to reassure the jewelrymart employees, the place is safe and secure. the chief of police lead a meeting with all the staff memebers. he also told kron 4 it does not motive. >>random act of one person against one busniess we have evidence as to what his manor was about and it does not appear to be robbery >> reporter:while the connection between the victims and the suspect is still unclear. police are saying friday was not the first time the suspect visited the store. and they are talking to a jewelr who escaped the violence - hoping he provides details in to the deadly shooting
>>in san francisco justine waldman kron 4 news. >> catherine: we're learning more about the suspect in this case. 23-year-old barry white has a criminal record. in 2009, he was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest in an incident that involved shooting at police officers. time. his trial for that was set to begin next month. and in 20-11. the contra costa d-a charged him with violently resisting arrest for 'dissauding' a witness. room >> reporter:a small earthquake in the south bay this afternoon. a three-point-four magnitude earthquake hit about nine miles northeast of san jose near the alum rock neighborhood. officials say it happened along the calaveras fault around noon. >> reporter:there have been no reports of injury or damage. >> reporter:the california supreme court is refusing to order the state to stop issuing marriage licenses to same- issued an order today
denying prop-8 supporters' request for a stay that would block same sex weddings in california. in a brief filed this morning with the court in san francisco, the group said state officials ordering county clerks to issue the licenses have no legal authority to do so. last month, the u-s sreme y maiages to resume in california by a ruling that found proposition 8 unconstitutional. >> reporter: the swedish team knocked out of the america's cup by a fatal accident in the san francisco bay hopes to be back out on the water soon. artemis racing was out of the competion after an accident in may that killed crew member andrew "bart" simpson.and badly damaged their yacht. >> reporter:but racing officials say that the team is likely to join the race by next weekend if the yacht is repaired. the next race is scheduled for tuesday. >> jacqueline: tomorrow the
fault will remain on the debt side at least in the morning. school again to mount less fog and to wednesday at last fog and two thursday. we'll be back into the low 90s thursday into the upper 90s by the weekend. the stuff about to say widespread out the door up to the north bank and of bellies in a little bit more patchy. into the north bay a little more patchy. we will eventually see sunny skies tomorrow but with some fault stills on the cooler side. futurecast 4 8:00 tomorrow morning widespread '50s which is the blue uc on
the screen. it will be warmer a little catch-up and to the afternoon white places. portions of our inland valley and 60s near the coast. this is what it will look like in your neighborhood and the south bay in the '70s like paul auto and 775. inland valleys looking at low 70's and low 80s. 83 for pleasanton and antioch. at the coastline staying cool in the upper 50s and 60s patrick 62 in san francisco and mainly in the low seventies and the north bay. tomorrow will be our last call to a mild day much warmer and to wednesday. by
before the crimean amber alert has been issued. she was reportedly taken from her father's car outside a supermarket near 79th street and international boulevard in oakland. but it's day 5 of the search - and as maureen kelly reports - we're no closer to finding the child. >> reporter:officer johanna watson is talking about john webb.daphne's father.who was released from jail friday night after charges of felony child endangerment were dropped by the district attorney. >> reporter:police say the reason he was arrested was for leaving the child alone in this vehicle with the child's grandmother.who suffers from dementia. >> reporter:police say despite the arrest they are still in contact with the family.and say they were just being diligent when they asked a team of trained volunteers with alameda and santa clara county sheriff search and rescue to comb the trails that surround the family home sunday. and while there were no physical searches monday.investigators with the help of the fbi are instead working to gather surveillance video to help them pin down the timeline of when daphne and her father were last seen together. >> the 1400 block of 79 ave.
at various routes, various the rich. >> reporter:they are also looking for more witnesses who could for more people who saw the possible suspect. who was seen walking away with a small child that could have been daphne. a woman described as black or hispanic in her 30's with long black hair. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> reporter:now we'll map out some key locations in this kidnapping case. here's the last place 21- month old daphne was reportedly seen. in a car outside gazza's supermarket - 79th and international. east of here up in the hills.investigators have searched the father's home - john webb's home. the home's on green-ridge drive near keller ave and 580. yesterday about 40 people and several dogs also canvassed the wooded area north of the home.which includes leona canyon regional open space preserve. >> reporter:and finally.and last week.crews were focusing their efforts at martin luther king regional
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we'll take you back to oakland where bart resumes negotiations with its biggest unions. and not far from there - people are lining up to protest the not guilty verdict 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 with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
new york, chicago and miami. >> catherine: most rallies have been peaceful. but two have had violence-- both in california.. in los angeles, six people were arrested after protesters threw batteries at officers, and blocked an on-ramp to interstate 10. in oakland, there's been one arrest. and vandals smashed the windows of restaurants and other businesses, and also threw rocks at police. >> catherine: today, another rally gets underway in oakland in just about a half hour. kron-4's dan kerman is live in oakland.. >> reporter: people are starting to trickle in and for this e that. you can see that sign right there that says people are slowly trickling in we will see what it looks like at 6:00. the number of police officers on hand. just on the corner of the plaza 3 kron4 in quite a bit of them making their stand. protest
to be peaceful tonight we will see what happens tonight the latest kron 4 news. >> catherine: the two days of protests guilty verdict took a toll on some downtown businesses in oakland today shop owners were repairing broken windows. they used plywood to cover them. and painted over graffiti. oakland residents say they're upset about the damage. >> i am very concerned! to break someone's windows is a very elementary. >> they work very heart to get these businesses.
>> the prime >> catherine: you had a 6 per surgery who'd obviously did not find that to be an issue. >> it will be a very high bart to clear. you cannot be reckless. and not in terms of murder or heart and harm or and capture meant. >> catherine: sole it has not been the issue or focus my bring this up now? >> there is more that it to that. this seems like it was
a pass duron if you look at the 911 calls. it seems like he was targeting people of color. the question will be it a carry that all the way through. again, on the murder charge i think it will be hard. in florida it was only two witnesses and one of them are dead. that specific instance was a result of a hate crime but the pursuit, it back is a different story. >> still a six person jury in florida. if two people get involved in something they way and who was more culpable. on this week
initiated this incident but in criminal law context the tragedy of the trip by martin case is that in florida says you can pursue someone provoke them get into a fight and if you think that is getting them out of hand in you use a gun you win. it will be hard for him to win because 51 percent of the jury think that it was the cause of trade bomb martins stepped. ta... travon martin's death. president obama said the well to that. it is about
searching for the america sold. however on armed man young man was killed because of the freak act of someone having that gun. pish and drawers zimmermann did not have the gun he probably would not have pursued trigon martin. >> catherine: psyche hearing this from a lot of people. bottom-line he should not have had that done. gun. and a lot of states have the stand your ground two.
>> catherine: the man was armed he did not fire the shooting does remain under investigation in arkansas. >> catherine: windows were blown out and interrupted a newscast at a nearby its tv station. investigators are not seen what caused the blast. >> catherine: to the driver against the wall, there is. he was just spun out for the final lap. he runs up to the car hangdog on hanging on for dear life. he was furious he held on for about 30 yds before letting go. he was okay but he was
still mad. race. walnut creek 680-remote 12 >> jacqueline: up in the north bay school in santa rosa thanks to the thought it was 74 in sunnyvale. we are still seeing the fault at this hour. you can see the low clouds still rolling in here pretty solid. the north bay calls line coast line over the hills and the north bay and san mateo area. dense fog and drizzle pretty widespread two.
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>> you can always go to far he tested not stop at the limitations he should have stopped that. >> reporter: folks on both sides of the issues are very angry that jerked also said that trade bond martin that met at attacked george zimmerman back in february 2012. she does think that he threw the first punch striking george zimmerman. coming up up kron 4 at 6 catherine. ?
>> catherine: now for today's market update. a good day on wall street. the dow was up nearly 20 points. for the year -- the dow is up more than 23 hundred points. that's an 18 percent increase.. the nasdaq jumped sevenand the s&p rose 2 points. >> catherine: egypt's interim prime minister is meeting with cabinet nominees today and tomorrow to try to form a new government. but protests continue between supporters and opponents. nick paton walsh is in cairo with more. sound.protesters. >> reporter:this protest may not knowbut it isn't going any where. sound.protesters in the fierce heat of the simmers at the ousting of president morsy. by egypt's generals, in a fast-built community, sound political message. sound. >> reporter:ayman shaheen traveled 80 kilometers to be part of this and says join
he'll live here til victory. the barricades have grown, staggered along key roads. they roam past the defense ministry, before the army's new lines. soldiers, facing calm islamists, in a country split. one reading the koran, another not. days ago, over fifty were shot dead nearby. their shoes a reminder of the violence that could return. >> reporter:"the numbers of people on the street may ebb and flow, but this barricade has taken on an almost permanent nature in the last twenty four hours, and the key question is - given it sits on this vital route near government buildings. the key question is how long will the army let this standoff endure?" washington wants the army's politically motivated arrests to stop, but here freely, sheltered by their supporters.
>> reporter:reporter: "why don't you tell them to go home, for their own sakes?" >>"they are no longer effected by the fear of being killed or arrested. these people are not muslim brothers. these millions have taken a stand on principle. they will either live under the umbrella of a civilian democratic nation, or they will take their last breaths. they will not accept in any way this military rule." sound. >> reporter: outside, a man in a conspicuous, smart suit, is suddenly chased by protesters. they try to beat him, saying he's an army spy. they won't let us film, and it's unclear what happens to the man. >>"bad, bad man." >> reporter:the calm and civility evaporates briefly, butnick paton walsh. cnn. cairo
>> jacqueline: that means cooler temperatures 4 to mount afternoon. but just like today. hot for our inland valleys. in the '80s and '90s for thursday. widespread fog through out the bay area. dense salt through the north bay. the fault hands hang stuff and the portions of our bay shore spirit we will eventually see sunshine toman but it will take a little while current temperatures in the upper 50s and 60s. the '60s down
the peninsula in redwood city. any spatial hours '60s for tuesday afternoon 68 for san leandro. east played in mandela's barry march on the wild side for summer. so pretty comfortable tomorrow afternoon. 72 for mountain view and 75 for san jose and 82 for more in hill. largely in the low seventies santa rosa a little cooler out their term room. woolsey temperatures for the 70 so here is a look at extended forecast. definitely on the cooler side. back into the '90s.
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>> catherine: the verdict has angered a lot of people buffer store on as they say that it is personal. >> i was scared and try to protect your business. >> this is the first for the trendy oakland store. >> we have never actually been hit is very frustrating for it >> the mayor needs to step up and take better actions. >> reporter: suffered $8,000 in damage caused by protesters and like to know what mayor quan would like to do with this putting a
stamp to vandalism parrot >> reporter: >> the that the lesson was made already before i could get out on the streets. vandali >> catherine: there has been one are rest after the that was some taking a look at the shattered windows. we asked them about that and hands off policy of the protest turned violent. >> we do not want to stand by and let vandalize some
happened. we have to respond in a safe manner. we did not have a chance to step up adequately. so long we responded saturday night we had to increase more police and says in that case some of the battle was and had already occurred. but we march along with the group and dancing to work pretty well. with cops on the side so they could stay closer. we will try to do that moving forward.
>> catherine: another rally for trade bond martin trayvon martin. >> earlier they were >> reporter: the earlier they were chanting no justice no peace. as you pants are around this area uc the crowd continues to grow. and we are hoping that this will be a peaceful protest. we spoke with one person that was here beginning on sunday and into tonight. >> when that verdict came in semite that instead happened all over and so my heart
goes out to trade bonds mother and the family spirit. trayvon's mother and the family. >> reporter: and began we are hoping for a peaceful protests but it is really early when the main part of the crowd leaves that is when the trouble began spirit investigation continues this is the store at 79th helicopter partnership withpolice are also looking forwho was seen walking awaynow at six.
this cell phone video of the store called victoga. who survived ths shooting and stabbing. employees at the jewelrymart where the violence happened.on friday afternoon.are wearing these pink ribbons in memory of the victims. we also heard from the chief of polcie who told us. more about the >>the police chief went to the store on monday to assure all the employees the building is safe. these are bullet holes in buildings across the street. >> catherine: the man under arrest. 23-year old barry white of anitoch. does have a criminal record.which includes an officer involved shooting from 2009. >> catherine: daphne webb was sitting with her grandmother in the car more her father was doing some shopping. and that is when she disappeared near the
girl's home. it was a large scale after but not a large- scale effort today they're trying to narrow them the timeline of when stephanie and her father was last seen. daphne. >> we are going back talking with witnesses people within the community to see to narrow down the timeline so the investigation continues. >> catherine: she is described as being black or hispanic in her 30's with long black hair seen walking away in that area with a young child. >> catherine: for the second time in 11 days, bart representatives and its two biggest labor unions resume formal negotiations. union
representatives are meeting with bart officials at the caltrans building in oakland today. union members say they are reviewing previous offers and information discussed in earlier meetings. but no decision has yet been made. earlier this month bart employees went on a strike that lasted four days. but an extension was decided in order to give both sides time to work on a new contract. >>blood centers in san francisco are working together to host a blood drive in honor of the victims of the plane crash at sfo. the stanford blood center and the blood centers of the pacific are joining forces.. the blood collected today will help both centers replenish their supplies. organizers say they were able to help the crash victims because of blood from regular donors. >> jacqueline: a live look the downtown in stamford cisco with low cloud coverage still hanging on. here and looked on as satellite imagery. the fall
will be widespread tomorrow morning keeping things cooler remaining mild. 71 and concord in 71 in livermore. tonight the fault will return within spot near the coast line and patchy. especially to the north bay keeping things cool on the mild side. blesbok is expected with a big-time warming. >> reporter: wildfire burning this just in to kron
4 news. helicoptered working to fight it occurred at a system or riverside county parent about two dozen homes have been evacuate an animal sanctuary in the area has to evacuate. already tool acres have burned near mount netcenter not too far from palm springs in southern california. firefighters were trying to get this thing under control. only 5 percent contained this is happening right now in southern california in world riverside county. rural riverside county. >> catherine: still ahead-- the trouble for george zimmerman isn't ovr. protests continue.and there's talk of a civil suit. also - the san francisco
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. a >> catherine: most of the protets have been peaceful. but two have had violence-- both in california. in l-a six people were arrested after protesters threw batteries at officers, and blocked an on- ramp to interstate 10. in oakland, no arrests have been made public, but vandals smashed the windows of restaurants and other businesses, and threw rocks at police. >> catherine: today, police are hoping another rally starts and ends peacefully. kron-4's dan kerman is live in oakland -- where hundreds
continue to protest the verdict. and dan -- have things escalated to the levels of the weekend >> reporter: outside city hall people here protesting poor they are in support of trade by martin they feel that this is very much an injustice of what has happened. >>trayvon did not get justice! we need a california wide movement and a world wide movement to keep this movement going we have to make sure that he did not die in vain.
>> reporter: concede that this crowd has really grown. there are social justice people and this verdict was an injustice. so far very peaceful we would keep posted and let you know. kron4 news >> catherine: recap all of our kron 4 stories per >> reporter: still investigating the disappearance and 02 daphne webb. wahl her father was shopping at a convenience store and she was inside a car with her grandmother.
marlene kelley kron 4 news. >> reporter: the suspect barry white of antioch is accused of killing two stills woman on friday who worked in the jury mark. jewelry mart. in san francisco i'm justing waldman kron 4 news. >> reporter: when it comes to a plan to put a stop to bandeaus targeting oakland businesses. i do we want to hear from the mirror. >> the mayor needs to step up and see take a look at
what happens instead of hoping that it stops. >> want to be communicated at for what they are doing downtown. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter: profanity spray paint on the car. not looking at the protesters because everyone has a right to protest it was the people chose to deadlines private and public property. >> reporter: the sad part is
that i am not a bit surprised of what happened because in this city of oakland certain people are looking at parts of this city to stand allies for any reason. vandalize. >> reporter: trashing things up is not the way. and for those who do live in oakland what were you thinking? or as my mother used to say you want to thinking. i know that there many people who feel the exact same way in oakland stanley roberts kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: today, temperatures on the cooler side and '60s and '70s for most of the bay area. temperatures were mostly on
the cooler side. tonight dense fog and drizzle near the coastlines widespread coast through the bay area. in two to mount afternoon was the gradual clearing near the coast line temperature still on the cool to mild side. only a handful of 80 degree reading spirit we are going to see more me in fact much warmer for our wednesday in even warmer for thursday friday and saturday. bangs will start to cool slightly into monday of next week. we will be back.
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>> gary: from the detroit tigers 13 and one going with matt harvey. from the new york met. other methods to start the game. >> there really wouldn't have mattered what city we were playing with the year that he has had and the numbers that he has put up, he would have been the star. >> hopefully make him proud and start the all-star game. something i'm very excited >> gary: world matt tell
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