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protests in oakland get ""out of control"" as dozens are arrested last night. and a juror in the george zimmerman trial is speaking out. what she had to say about the verdict, coming up. good morning i'm anny hong. and i'm james fletcher. crowds of protesters are breaking storefront windows and clashing with police in downtown oakland this morning after hundreds of protesters gathered in response to the acquittal of george zimmerman. this is video of the protests from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c seven news. oakland police attempted to redirect the crowd of at least 250 protesters when they began lighting off fireworks and smashing glass windows on telegraph avenue.
the protests briefly blocked traffic on interstate 880. so far, nine people have been arrested. the rally began last night around six at the frank ogawa plaza. here is what one protester had to say during that rally. late last night protesters attempted to stop traffic on interstate 580 but were blocked by police. other confrontations between protesters and police happened throughout oakland, including at the courthouse and downtown. one of the six women who found george zimmerman "not guilty" has decided to come forward to explain how the jury came to its decision. as andrew spencer reports. the woman -- known only as juror b-37 -- says coming to a verdict was not easy. that juror said she and her husband were considering writing a book about her experiences on the jury. they have since decided not
to do so. one of the prosecution's star witnesses in the george zimmerman murder trial is reacting to saturday's "not guilty" verdict. rachel jeantel was on the phone with trayvon martin at the start of his fatal confrontation with zimmerman began. now she's giving her first interview after the verdict to c-n-n's "piers morgan" she said martin was never aggressive -- describing martin as a calm, loving person who loved his family and was a good friend. she dismissed the idea that the case had no racial dimension. jeantel acknowledged that martin smoked marijuana, but said it did not make him quote "go crazy." >>james:now to the latest on the crash of asiana flight 214. the n-t-s-b is closing its *on-scene command post at s-f-o. investigators have finished their examination of the wreckage and runway. the wreckage will still be
available for more testing if necessary. it will be locked up in a secure location on airport property. meanwhile. blood centers in san francisco are working together to host a blood drive in honor of the victims. the stanford blood center and "the blood centers of the pacific" are joining forces.. the blood collected will help both centers replenish their supplies.
it's been nearly a week and there's still no sign of a little girl missing from oakland. her family says daphne webb was last seen in her father's s-u-v last wednesday. kron-4's maureen kelly says police are now trying to pinpoint what daphne and her father were doing in the minutes before the crime.
a small earthquake struck the south bay yesterday. it measured three-point- four centered about nine miles northeast of san jose. the quake struck on the calaveras fault at a depth of about five miles. damage or injuries. morning news. began to cloud the conditions once again. the cool average expect a for a lot of locations. will be right back after the break.
for 14 is the time. it seems the country last month saw one of the warmest and wettest junes on record. the nation averaged 3-point- 43 inches of rain last month. the national wether service says that is the 13th wettest june on record in the u-s. eighteen states, from georgia to maine, posted record rainfall totals. last month was also the 15th warmest june on record. that hot weather caused big problems for the western half of the country. as four-thousand wildfires burned more than one million acres. >>anny: here is their cover with more on the forecast. >>ere using their windshield wipers this morning because it is areas of drizzle. thanks to all that cloudiness, we will see limited heating today. temperatures will be as warm today. as we head into
tomorrow, expect warmer conditions with a mostly sunny skies and a continuing warming trend as we transition into the weekend. pretty breezy conditions along the delta. fairfield reporting a 12 mi. per hour winds. futurecast for tracking temperatures for you. by lunchtime, take a look at all of that blue. something we generally don't see in july, but that indicates temperatures predominately in the '50s by lunchtime. some of the warmer communities will be in the '60s and again, the cloud cover will lakers throughout the day. putting the clock into motion, but your afternoon highs, looks like some blue will disappear and we will start to see more green shade indicating '60s. warmest communities predominantly in the '70s and perhaps a few low 80s. by 8:00 p.m. tonight, called will make a comeback and it looks like temperatures will drop back down into '50's and low 60s. i do want to break down
afternoon highs expected in your neighborhood. you notice pretty of '70s and the south bay-judge plenty writ downtown san francisco on = x 62. napa at 75. mid- 60's for those of you in berkeley. so temperatures are certainly below the seasonal average and definitely cooler than yesterday. 7 day around the bay forecast indicates a warming trend. temperatures will be back in the '90s as saturday looking to be the warmest day of the week with upper 90s for the warmest inland spots. traffic around the bay area still looking pretty good. now looking at any hot spots. here is your approach to the bay bridge toll plaza with a very easy ride right now. no weight at the pay gates. for those of you heading to the san mateo bridge down the nimitz freeway, no problems there seem top speed and no issues at the toll plaza so smooth
sailing on the right hand side of your screen if you are heading out toward foster city. southbound 101 at the golden gate bridge you may encounter a little bit of drizzle out there. may have separate-just click addition to other than that no accidents to report. he's a lot of grain so note problems on the bayshore freeway, interstate 280. >>anny:authorities say a wildfire in rural riverside county has spurred the evacuation of about two dozen homes. more than 400 state and federal firefighters had the blaze five percent contained. state fire officials said the fire broke out yesterday shortly before two p-m near palm springs and hemet. hours later it had surged to about one-thousand acres. officials say the fire damaged some structures but services could not estimate how many or how severe the damages were.
>>james:jodi arias returns to court today, as her attorneys ask the judge to drop the jury's decision that the killing of her boyfriend was "especially cruel." arias was convicted of first-degree murder on may eighth in the death of travis alexander. about two weeks later, the same jury failed to reach a unanimous decision on whether to sentence arias to life in prison or death. while her murder conviction stands, the judge declared a mistrial of the penalty phase. prosecutors say they are preparing to try again for the death penalty with a new jury. >>anny:newly hired brooklyn nets coach jason kidd returns to court today on a d-w-i charge.
kidd was arrested back on july 15, 2012 for smashing his cadillac s-u-v into a telephone pole in the hamptons. police say kidd smelled of alcohol and his eyes were bloodshot red and glassy. kidd was the only person in the vehicle and suffered minor injuries in the crash. he has pleaded not guilty to kidd retired last season as an n-b-a player and was hired to coach the nets. >>james:senators are preparing for a potentially rancorous day today as democrats say they may change filibuster rules to keep republicans from blocking white house nominees for top executive jobs. several senate votes are scheduled to test whether republicans will allow simple-majority confirmations of a handful of the president's long- stalled nominations. majority leader harry reid proposes to end the ability of 41 senators in the 100- member chamber to block action on white house nominations other than judges. >>anny:a 22-year-old man has been sentenced to a year in prison for stealing the identities and passwords of more than 700 fellow
students at his san diego- area university so he could rig a campus election. cal state san marcos student matthew weaver rigged the election so he could become student body president. he was one of two candidates for the position. weaver pleaded guilty in march to wire fraud, unauthorized access of a computer and identity theft. college election fraud >>james:new developments with n-s-a leaker edward snowden. russian president says snowden is an unwelcome gift to russia.and the u-s is not helping matters. snowden is believed to have been at a moscow airport since june 23rd. president putin noted that snowden came to russia without being invited. mister putin also says the u-s intimidated other countries into not
accepting snowden's request for asaylum. the n-s-a leaker said last week he would apply for temporary asylum in russia while be coordinates a more permanent move to a latin american country like venezuala or bolivia. >>james:in canada, a lawsuit is being pursued against the u-s rail company whose train derailed earlier this month, killing 50 people. here are pictures of that disaster. the unmanned train hurtled down a seven-mile incline on july 6th, derailed and ignited. now, two residents want to file a class action lawsuit against the "montreal, maine & atlantic railway". >>james:investigators in south korea say the north carried out cyberattacks on south korean media
companies, the lohan note first president and prime minister's office last month. south korean officials based their allegations after analyzing codes, internet computers. the goverment-led team of investigators said the online attacks were planned for several months. the attacks also happened on the anniversary of the korean war. taking a look at gas prices
>>erica: good morning. today the called will really land or into the afternoon which will push a limited heating. today will be the coolest day of the week. by tomorrow, expect a much warmer conditions. we will gain as much as seven degrees in some spots we will continue with what the weather into thursday. full details on what to expect this weekend. your 7 day around the bay ports as coming up in just a couple of minutes. >>james: this morning. cut at a time
>> people sent a lot of love in the direction of a little girl battling cancer at children's hospital los angeles . and it was sent in the form of pizza. >>stanley: hazel is eager to get back home with her two brothers and sisters. for all this hospital stuff will be forgotten. meanwhile, all the facebook likes it and pizza make this tough time just a little bit easier for her family. >> first i would like to
thank everyone who has reached the bus. it is brought us a lot of hope and such a time of despair but quite honestly, child could cancer awareness is severely lacking and i just hope this story can spread the word. >>anny: timeout is 426. we will return with headlines. a live look outside at the james lick freeway. more details on your forecast a little bit later.
as we drive down the golden gate bridge and out of marin county. we do have some clout in place they just aren't as low as what we saw yesterday. some areas of drizzle along the coast line so you may need to use your windshield wipers. as we have into the afternoon, expect late sunshine. it will be a cooler day. in fact, today is expected to be the coolest day of the week. expect light to moderate wins especially strong among adults up for it taking a look at your temperatures right now, mid '50s and a bottle and san francisco. pretty close to the 60 degree mark in oakland and hayward. satellite and radar and you will notice a lot of cloud cover and acting not only the coast line, but working its way inland. if it looks like temperatures will be much cooler today. for the east bay, was focused on the highs. possibly brentwood in the mid '80s, 82 in pittsburgh. clyde temperatures mostly in the
'60s down the east bay shoreline. expect early morning cloud cover and sunshine into the afternoon for the south bay. we could see some mid '80s for los gatos, san jose. downtown's san francisco expecting a pretty cloudy day. to the north bay, mid-70s for those of you in napa. the 7 day around the bay forecast shows warmer weather passed today. in fact take a look at the weekend. saturday will be the warmest day of the week. as we focus on traffic around the bay area, you notice a bit of a weightier and some of those cash lanes. check with the chp and no incidents to report. no delays or no weight whatsoever. live look
at the san mateo bridge. traffic moving slowly. -- smoothly. >>james: @ >>anny:we are following the latest with the protests in oakland this morning. nine people have been arrested in last night's kron four's will tran is with more, will? @ >>will: a lot of those arrested were even from oakland. i'm in-judge on 12 and broadway. there were
protest all over downtown oakland in as they were making their way through there, you can see objects into these huge thick windows. a damaged but not shattered. also, same thing over here. something did go through this window but did not completely go down. here is video of the protests. they gathered at about 6:00 in the evening at city hall. it started off peacefully and pretty slow with only a handful of people. within an hour, of hundred people is not more to gather momentum to the point where they marched through downtown oakland,. then they followed this group of throughout the night. at about 11:00 at night, that is when things really got unruly. we got a
chance to talk to the police chief. much has been made over the past several days about the police is an action. here's what he has to say. we all want to stand by and let vandalism happen but i can't say cops into the middle of very large agitated crowd. we have to respond and a safe manner. we do want to minimize the vandalism that occurs to the extent that we can. we did have a chance to step up adequately in advance of what happened on saturday night so we responded saturday night, we had to hold costs from around the city to be able to do that. and by that point, a lot of vandalism had already occurred.
>>will: when he set about last night is that on sunday night it was a lot more peaceful know we saw saturday night with them monday night was the worst of the three days. >>james: crowds of protesters are breaking storefront windows and clashing with police in downtown oakland this morning after hundreds of protesters gathered in george zimmerman. this is video of the protests from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c seven oakland police attempted to
one of the six women who found george zimmerman "not guilty" has decided to come forward to explain why the jury came to its decision. andrew spencer reports the woman -- known only as juror b-37 says coming to a verdict was not easy. car identity still a secret. she tells anderson cooper exclusively that after closing arguments in the trial of george zimmerman, the jury was initially split 3 it we had three not guilty, to manslaughter and one self-defense. i think he is guilty of not using good judgment. when he was in the car and he called 911, he should not have gone out of
the car. juror be 37 said she believes through the first punch. i think caught both were responsible for the situation they got themselves into. i think both of them could have walked away. >>james:juror b-37 said she and her husband were considering costs writing a book to tell their story about her serving on the jury while he -- a lawyer -- watched from the outside. to do so. >>anny:their son is free of second- manslaughter charges - but
now the parents of george zimmerman are speaking out for the first time. they want the world to know life will be forever changed during an interview with barbara walters, she asked what has been on the minds of many. >> is your son and racist? >> absolutely not. he was not raised that way. >> reporter >>anny: they say they have already received a threat and they fear of calling zimmerman because they fear
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>>james: we are back at 443. watching wall street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes and a positive after there were small gains yesterday. the july hot streak continues on wall street. the dow and s&p again, established new closing highs. the dow was up nearly 20 points. for the year, the dow is up more than 2300 points. that's an
18% increase. the nasdaq shot seven points and the s&p rose two. . we will be watching the stock markets all morning long starting at 630 with the opening bell. the nasdaq jumped seven >>anny:yahoo has won a court fight that could help the public learn more about the government's efforts to obtain data from internet users. the u.s. foreign intelligence surveillance court ruled that information should be made public about a 2008 case that ordered yahoo to turn over customer data.
the government sought the information from yahoo under the national security agency's prism data- gathering program. details of the secret program were disclosed by former nsa contractor edward snowden, who has fled the country. >>james:mcdonald's has announced it is opening its first restaurant in vietnam the spending power of vietnam's 90 million people is proving attractive to western companies even as its economy struggles. starbucks opened its first cafe in vietnam earlier this year, joining subway, pizza hut and other foreign brands. mcdonald's said the first restaurant would be in ho chi minh city. >>anny:the food and drug administration has approved the first medical scan that can help diagnose attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children by measuring brain waves. the agency cleared the neba system to help confirm adhd for people ages 6 to 17. doctors can use the device to confirm an adhd diagnosis or to determine if more testing is necessary. the device measures the frequency of two standard brain waves known as theta and beta waves.
>>james: 445 on the clock. what is started with the forecast and the commute. good morning erica. >>erica: we are contending with a fairly large cloud bank out there and a lot of that low cloud cover has already pushed its way inland so i did check the charts. no problems. today looks like only partial clearing for the livermore
valley, the south bay. still holding onto a lot of cloud cover in santa rosa and napa . your 7 day around the bay forecast shows today is the last school to mild day. in fact as we haven't to tomorrow, expect a warmer weather and yes, we will see sunshine of little earlier. we will continue with the warming trend as we head into the weekend. and fact,
saturday will be an upper 80s. quite a contrast to what we are experiencing today. meanwhile, looking at traffic around the bay area, still very quiet and a great time to leave your house. in our last report, we saw a couple lanes backed up at the toll bridge pay plaza but that is no longer the case. mitterrand lights are off and we are seeing good speech at across the upper deck. for those of you headed to the san mateo bridge, we're off to a great start. traffic on the right hand of your screen up having to foster city. sao paulo one has a little drizzle were you may you have to use your one to wipers but no obstruction to the traffic lanes. last but not least, let's turn it over to car traffic maps be sure freeway. drive times 12 to 13 minutes for hercules to berkeley. south 0680 looks well through the san ramon valley. in fact, all
of the green on the runway sensors indicates 50 mouse at a higher power. >>anny: the little girl in oakland is still missing. daphne webb had been sitting with her grandmother in a car while her father shopped at an east oakland store. that's when the child was reportedly grabbed from the car last wednesday. 40 volunteers combed an open space area around the girl's home. there was no large scale search effort today.investigators are now trying to narrow the timeline of when daphne and her father were last seen together. this is the store at 79th and international. the video is from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news.
police are also looking for a woman seen walking away from this area carrying a small child. she's described as being black or hispanic, in her 30's with long black hair. >>james:the state panel created after a fire destroyed part of chevron's richmond refinery is recommending the creation of a new refinery task force. the new task force will have powers to penalize violations at refineries and strengthen air quality monitoring. the interagency working group on refinery safety said the myriad state agencies currently charged with refinery oversight should be brought together to streamline efforts. the panel says this new "interagency refinery task force" should be created by september 1st. a federal investigation found that the richmond refinery fire was caused by a corroded pipe that should have been replaced. >>anny:there's still no deal on a new bart contract. both sides have less than three weeks before a second bart strike is possible.
there were talks yesterday -- but a union rep says they were only at the table for 20 minutes. this is video from our partnership with abc 7 news. it shows the traffic mess earlier this month when bart employees went on strike for four days. the move cost the bay area roughly 73 million dollars. there's been some criticism of bart's lead negotiator who, despite the august 4th deadline, is taking a planned vacation at the end of the month. hoss >>james:new information on the double-murder at the jewelry mart in san francisco. the suspect is barry white of antioch.
he'll be arraigned today - and charged with murdering two saleswomen. the women have been identified as 35-year old khin mah of san francisco and 51-year old lina lim of daly city. phone video of the owner of store in question -- he survived the attack. employees at the jewelry mart are wearng pink ribbons in memory of the victims.
george zimmerman verdict. >>james:and a juror in the george zimmerman trial is speaking out. what she had to say about the verdict, coming up. >>erica: expect some areas of drizzle this morning and gets cooler temperatures. we will only see '60s and '70s and perhaps a few eighties into the afternoon. an increasing cloud coverage by later on tonight. more details on what to expect, your 7 day around the bay forecast coming up at 515. we are not following any hot spots around the bay area. here is a live look at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is running sixth smoothly. nice and easy ride along the
peninsula with no problems for southbound 101. >>darya:here is live look at the morning, some downtown businesses in oakland are waking up hoping their stores weren't vandalized by people protesting the george zimmerman verdict. for the third straight street in oakland. this is video of the protests from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c seven news. at one point a crowd blocked both direction on interstate 8-80. at least nine people have been arrested. kron four's will tran is live in downtown oakland to show us the damage. will? that about 250 protesters
date that it ninth. i am on 12th and broadway and here is a chimera caught--comer sixthica bank. apps they also wrote something here. but here is a video of the protests. it started at about 6:00 at night at city hall. started pretty slowly with just a handful of people but as the night moved on, they gathered a lot of steam and got are really out of control where the oakland police department for the previous two days before monday night's, they never called for mutual aid. but even they realized they were overrun by all of these protesters said and that's what they called mutual aid from oakland and hayward fremont to come in here. at about 11:00 last night, it
got really unrelieved curious because an unlawful assembly. police officers went and. one of the police officers had fires blasted at him but he was not injured. the police officers went and, made the arrest and i've got to tell you, most of the rest were from people and not from oakland. six men and two women and one minor involved in all of this three it but. even though it is 5:00 in the morning, it has been a very long morning but they are still patrolling making sure everything is safe. i've got to tell you it is quiet for now. we expect more protest to happen later this afternoon and into the evening and that is why the police officers are very much still on standby. >>mark: are they sending tweets out or organized in that way. what is their
message. that they're going to keep doing this until what? >>will: but we always have a heads up. sunday we knew what happened and yesterday. they pretty much disburse it out there. they start out with media attention and then start to gather some momentum for it not necessarily giving direct tweets but just in general for their followers to know but wouldn't you know it, everyone shows up as city hall hit whether it was the facebook, tweets, people get the message. there city hall. they get the message somehow and we do expect more protests happened today and perhaps the next several days as well. >>james:
hundreds of people spent a third night protesting the zimmerman verdict in los angeles as well. thirteen people were arrested after they rep attacked people on sidewalks. los angeles police chief says the small number of people who are committing violence as others peacefully protest will one of the prosecution's star witnesses in the george zimmerman murder trial is reacting to saturday's "not guilty" verdict. rachel jeantel was on the phone with trayvon martin at the start of his fatal confrontation with zimmerman. interview after the verdict to c-n-n's "piers morgan". aggressive -- describing martin as a calm, loving person who loved his family and was a good friend. she dismissed the idea that the case had no racial dimension. but we talk about what we are going to become life.
what's going on, at least around that time. texaco's mine do, around that time, it was both of our birthdays had passed so we were talking about what happened. >> he was a good friend to supporyou? >> yes. jeantel acknowledged that martin smoked marijuana, but said it did not make him ed >>james: atnew this morning, firefighters rescued a woman from her burning home this morning. the fire happened at a house on the 69-hundred block of polvadero drive in san jose. firefighters say that at least one dog and nearly a hundred cats were found at
it's unclear at this time how many of those animals survived the fire. getthe woman who was rescued ahead aho now to the latest on the the n-t-s-b is closing its *on-scene command post at s-f-o. their examination of the wreckage and runway. the wreckage will still be available for more testing if necessary. it will be locked up in a secure location on airport property. meanwhile. blood centers in san francisco are working together to host a blood drive in honor of the and "the blood centers of the pacific" are joining forces.. the blood collected will help both centers replenish their supplies. but it would break. spot us.
created after a fire destroyed part of chevron's richmond refinery is recommending the creation of a new refinery task force. the new task force will have powers to penalize violations at refineries and strengthen air quality monitoring. the interagency working group on refinery safety said the myriad of state agencies currently charged with refinery oversight should be brought together to streamline efforts. the panel says this new "interagency refinery task force" should be created by september 1st. a federal investigation found that the richmond refinery fire was caused by a corroded pipe that should have been replaced. >>darya:there's still no deal on a new bart contract. both sides have less than three weeks before a second bart strike is possible. there were talks yesterday -- but a union rep says they were only at the table for
it was almost the same as it was weeks prior to the deadline. >>darya: this is video from our partnership with abc 7 news. it shows the traffic mess earlier this month when bart employees went on strike for four days. the move cost the bay area roughly 73 million dollars. there's been some criticism of bart's lead negotiator who, despite the august 4th deadline, is taking a planned vacation at the end of the month. talks continue this morning. >>james: 62 the expected high this morning. you may have to use your windshield wipers as it that-as erica told us about the drizzle of their pre it will be right
it seems the country last month saw one of the warmest and wettest junes on record. the nation averaged 3- point-43 inches of rain last month. the national wether service says that is the 13th wettest june on record in the u-s. eighteen states, from georgia to maine, posted record rainfall totals. last month was also the 15th warmest june on record. that hot weather caused big problems for the western half of the country. as >>erica: we are waking up too dense morning fog. areas of drizzle. expect cooler to
mild conditions and to the afternoon. don't be surprised if you don't see the sunshine what so ever because we are expecting cloud cover to hang gone along the coast line. as we head into tomorrow, expect warmer conditions. sunshine a lot earlier than what we saw today and we will continue with the gradual warming trend into saturday being the warmest day of the week. i do want to focus on the bigger picture on satellite and radar. we do have areas of low pressure approaching the central californian coast line. that will continue to work its way east and what is live this way over to our area after today, will make our way for warmer temperatures. we have a well-established marine layer which is not going anywhere anytime soon. you can see all fog trochophore into the 9:00 hour, not much change. as we put the clock into motion,
approaching much time, you will notice cloud cover start to disappear out of livermore valley. still contending with gray skies for places like oakland and possibly not up. right now, the clouds are not that well so we are not seen any effect on our visibility but it will be a great cloudy day which will limit our heating. as a focus on today's highs, you will notice a few eighties and the east that were you will see sunshine first with pittsburgh at 82, up seven expected for concord. hayward today as 66 degrees 368 for san leandro. it will be a fairly mild day in the south bay with low 80s for campbell. downtown's san francisco on the " side today--checking and 62 for your high. for the north bay, plenty of cloud cover right now but expect mid-70s with mostly sunny skies for
bold sonoma and napa. turning the corner into tomorrow, expect warm weather. your 7 day around the bay forecast shows gradually warming trend. expect morning fog which makes its way into afternoon sunshine. looks like we will shave off a couple of degrees but continue with a very similar pattern. temperatures all little above the seasonal average as we start the next work week. so a lot of big changes coming up in the next seven days. traffic around the bay area off to a very easy start. starting off with a live look to the toll plaza. a handful of cars coming from each are freeway. good news is no way here at the pay gates. shipping to be a typical ride here at the san mateo bridge. no problems coming down the nimitz freeway and south of what one shows a lot of space between cars. we do have some drizzle out
there if you can see it from this vantage point. drive times in east bay traffic 12 minutes for hercules to berkeley. all grain on the center's three it for those of you using public transit this morning, i just checked, no delays to speak up for a.c. transit, bart or for those of you using caltran. >>james:senators are preparing for battle today as democrats threaten to change filibuster rules to keep republicans from blocking white house nominees for top executive jobs. several senate votes are scheduled to test whether republicans will allow simple-majority confirmations of a handful of the president's long- stalled nominations. clashes overnight between police and supporters of egypt's ousted president have left at least seven people dead. 261 people were also injured in the violence that broke yesterday in four different locations in the
capital, cairo. thousands of supporters of mohammed morsi were protesting to press their demands that morsi be reinstated as president. egypt's military deposed morsi on july 3 after days of mass street protests calling for him to step down. the ousted president's supporters say he was ousted by a military coup that >>darya:investigators in south korea say the north carried out cyberattacks on south korean media companies, the president and prime minister's office last month. south korean officials brought their allegations after analyzing codes, internet addresses and personal computers.
>>james: the goverment-led team of investigators said the online attacks were planned for several months. the attacks also happened on the anniversary of the korean war. in canada, a lawsuit is being pursued against the u- s rail company whose train derailed earlier this month, killing 50 people. here are pictures of that disaster. >>darya:new developments with n-s-a leaker edward snowden. russian president says snowden is an unwelcome gift to russia.and the u-s is not helping matters. snowden is believed to have been at a moscow airport since june 23rd.
president putin noted that snowden came to russia without being invited. mister putin also says the u-s intimidated other countries into not accepting snowden's request for asaylum. the n-s-a leaker said last week he would apply for temporary asylum in russia while be coordinates a more permanent move to a latin venezuala or bolivia. >>james: we will take a break at 522. much more ahead.
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>>james:watching wall street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in the positive. after there were small gains yesterday-- the july "hot" streak continues on wall street. the dow and the s-and-p again, established new closing highs. 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 seven points. and the s&p rose 2 points. we'll be watching the stock markets all morning long starting at 6:30 with the opening bell. >>darya:pay raises next year will only be slightly more generous than they have been over the past few years. that's the finding of a new survey by consulting firm mercer. employers anticipate increasing worker salaries by an average of two-point- nine percent in 20-14. that's just marginally better than the two-point- eight percent boost they gave this year, according to mercer. but it is a big improvement from 2009, when raises averaged two-point-one percent.
al >> you can expect warmer weather on the way. the weekend is going to be hot. we make it close to the triple digit mark. i will have a full detail of what to expect at 5:45 a.m.. >> an early back up at the bay bridge toll plaza impacted the lanes come from the shore freeway. fasttrack is still moving okay. as for the rest of the bay area we are seeing very light conditions. again, an early back up and more on your
tuesday morning commute coming up. >> the time is 5:32 a.m.. there has been a standoff between police and a shooting suspect. it happened around 4:30 a.m. in the area of bryant and 22nd street. a man was driven to the hospital and the suspect is now held up inside of a home. some neighbors evacuate for their own safety. >> we're also following the latest out oakland where you can see pictures courtesy of our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news of the crowd that came into the morning hours. business owners are dealing with the vandalism. these protesters were rallying against the not guilty verdict in the george zimmerman trial. this is the
third straight night the people have taken to the street. we will now go live with will tran who is standing in downtown oakland with once again the damage. >> this is the third night, and it was the worst. most of them are not even from oakland. there was only one on sunday night. it was about 50 protesters may be more than that it is you concede this is not sunday or saturday but this is from last night. it through something at this comerica bank. they did not break the window but to get the point as to what they did. they were marching out downtown oakland and here is that never window that they did get a crack. here is video of the chp. earlier in the
evening ever able to get on a 80 and is forced the police department to go on the freeway and they made one arrest. as you can tell, the shock allow motorists. then, they came off the freeway and they continue to protest and vandalized. keep in mind that this is just a small group of people. most of them, are peaceful but a little bit later they try to go back on the freeway but this time the chp blocked them from getting on there. how do we know that this was a lot worse. on saturday and sunday the oakland police department handle it by themselves but they knew monday night that there were overran by the number protesters. they call that other police departments to help them. any of these departments that could spare any police officers or
helpful. i talked to the watch commander and even though the police officers came after one officer had someone shooting at him. but no one was injured. a lot of people came to oakland going to work and once again they're walking passing of this vandalism. the now here the past 2 days people are tired of this. they stated what does the biggest the businesses have to do with george zimmerman. >> it is often the small group of people that do the damage of the most. they have had their own reasons for doing this but it is unrelated to the zimmerman trial. >> one of the protesters fought a bb gun. i did not know if this person was one of the nine people that
were arrested. a minor was also arrested. there are a number of people that are getting involved. residents are tired, one police officer would not go on camera but he stated that he lives in oakland and that he is tired. he said it was want to pay for this damage? >> one of the six women who found a george zimmerman " not guilty " has decided to come forward to explain why the jury came to its decision. her identity still is a secret, a juror b-37 says that after closing arguments in the trial of george zimmerman the jury was initially split. she was among the three who thought zimmerman was not guilty of either charge. she says
that when he confronted treyvon martin their roles have changed. based on evidence, such as the placement of simmons dropped flashlight and keys, a witness' testimony described one man on top of the other, juror be-37 says that she believes martin through the first punch and then zimmerman truly felt that his life was in danger. when asked if she felt sorry for treyvon martin, she said she feels sorry for both of them. >> juror and b-37 said that she and her husband were considering writing a book to tell their story about her serving on the jury but they have decided against it. she also says she does not want to do any more interviews and never was to serve on a jury a again. >> a little girl and oakland
is still missing. daphne webb had been sitting with her grandmother in a car water father shot at a east oakland store. that is when the child was reportedly grabbed from the car last wednesday. 40 volunteers combed an open space area around the home. there were no large-scale search efforts yesterday, investigators are not try to narrow the time line of which she and her father last seen together. police are looking for a woman seen walking away from the car. she is described as being a black or hispanic, in her 30's with long black hair. black or hispanic, in her 30's with long black hair. >> we will be right back. waitwa a sec s! black or hispanic, in her 30's with long black hair. >> we will be right back. i foi d oud coloco..
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>> this is a better picture of what is happening outside. we really could not see much but you can see below cloud cover from the roof cam. it is a very dark start to your tuesday. the temperatures remained in the 50. satellite and radar shows the we have an area of low pressure. this will continue to work its way east. in the meantime, it is enhancing our marine layer. you could expect low cloud cover for most of the bay area. we will have cloudy conditions even into the afternoon. in addition, the wind speeds are 25 mi. per hour. >> it will be breezy and a cloudy start. future cast 4 is tracking the temperatures drop the day. even by
lunchtime, this is something that we have not seen in a while. all the blue is indicating 50s. the warmest boss will be in the '60s by noon. the temperatures will be in the '60s or '70s perhaps a few low 80s. as we had to 8:00 p.m. tonight will have an increase in cloud cover. if the temperatures will begin to cool. clouds will dissipate in the south as some spots will warm-up to the 80s for sonoma valley and campbell. 79 degrees will be your high for fairfield low 70's for vallejo. downtown san francisco have a high of 62 degrees. 66 degrees in oakland and upper 50's for daly city. the seven day of around the bay highlights of warmer weather is on the
way. the temperatures will start to rise. we will see '90s as we head into thursday. saturday will be the warmest day of the week. >> we will continue with very warm weather and afternoon sunshine for next work week. the time is 5:49 a.m.. >> it is a quiet ride around the bay. we had a few minor incidents. . the bay bridge toll plaza the left hand cash lanes is backing up and the meat lights have not been activated. this is nothing unusual that is going on. your ride to the san mateo bridge, highway 92 is looking good with no delays. this is to right side of the screen and the other side look spreading. your ride to the golden gate bridge is still smoltz and they have reconfigured the rich so they do have four
lanes available. i am getting word of a accident that may become a hot spot on 580 westbound. this isn't a minor incident but it may slow your ride coming from livermore. >> with no obvious cause of death for "glee " star if cory monteith, the british columbia corners service says that it would do further testing to determine how the 31 year-old died. the autopsy took place just a bit, but the corners services said it could take several days before a toxicology test results are in. vancouver police have ruled out of fowl play in
the star's death. >> 10 california cities and counties are suing paint manufacturers, seeking to force them to remove lead paint from millions of homes at a cost of $1 billion. the trial in santa clara county superior court will decide whether the industry >> it was half of the sold to consumers anyway. the industry argues that it never deliberately sold a harmful product to consumers. lead paint has been banned in california for decades but remains in homes built before 1978. >> the california supreme court says that the state can continue to issue marriage licenses to same- sex couples. the court denied a request from proposition 8 supporters to block same-sex weddings. they argued that state officials do not have the legal authority to order county courts to issue the licenses. last month, the
u.s. supreme court cleared the way for same-sex marriages to resume in the state of california. >> new information on the double murder at the jury marts in san francisco. the suspect, identified as barry white of in antioch, will be arraigned today, and charged with murdering two saleswomen. the women have been identified. there's also cell phone bill of the owner of the store, he survived the attack. employees at the jury march are wearing pink ribbons in memory of the victims. >> chief greg suhr a shourd store employees that they were safe. there are bullet holes in buildings across the street from friday shooting. the suspect has a criminal record, which includes an officer involved shooting in 2009. >> livermore police are
looking for three suspects a rob a a jury store in livermore. police received a glass brick alarm call earlier yesterday morning inside the case juror is located in the premium outlets. investigators said that the suspect used a vehicle to drive through the front glass doors. the three suspects, who were wearing hoodies and masked, used sledgehammers is master the glass display cases. the three fled into vehicles. the outlets on to private security did not hear anything unusual at the time but did see that the vehicles were driving out of the outlet at a hybrid is b. >> we will be right back.
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as he won baseball's home- run derby, becoming the first player left out of the all-star game to take home the crown. the athletics slugger beat bryce harper 9-8 in the final round last night apple reconfigured 60 field, hitting the decisive drive with 5 swings to spare. the final addition to the field, cespedes was the fourth player not selected for all-star game to compete in that event. the all-star game is tonight. >> we will take a quick break it will be back more. when we come back nine people were arrested including a child in a protest against the guilty verdict of george zimmerman. we will have a live report of the damage from last
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