tv KRON 4 News Weekend KRON March 9, 2014 7:00am-10:01am PDT
a call for help as a san francisco police officer is shot and a break in the case overnight. where three people were detained. american experts leave for asia to figure out where and why a malaysia airlines boeing 777 disappeared. problems with a 787 force a plane full of people headed for san francisco to make an emergency landing 2000 miles away. good morning everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. it is 7:00 a.m. hope you remembered to move your clocks ahead one hour. let's go ahead and get things started this morning with a live look outside and we are
talking weather. >> hi marty. well you can see it is dark outside. clocks set ahead. sunrise about half an hour out 7:29:00 a.m. this morning but we are dealing with partly cloudy skies and we'll see an increase in cloud cover throughout the day as we do have rain approaching, so we're going to take a look at temperatures, this is a live look from our roof camera, you could see cloudy there as well. temperatures this morning a little bit warmer compared to yesterdays start about 52 degrees currently in santa rosa, mid 50s along the eastbay shores, waking up to upper 50s in the south bay, but let's take a look at satellite and radar. we do have a system approaching sitting to the north and west of us but we are expecting showers later today. we'll track that for you in my full forecast. marty? thank you. we begin this morning with developing news. san francisco police have three people in custody following an overnight manhunt as police are trying to piece together just who shot one of their officers during a traffic stop
yesterday. kron 4 mike pelton reporting live from san francisco general where the injured officer is out of surgery. mike? >> reporter: marty the good news is that 28 year old officer is in stable condition this morning at the hospital but now information this morning authorities detained three people following an overnight car chase that they're linking to yesterdays shooting. now they located a car that they've linked to yesterday afternoons shooting and with the help of the chp, authorities followed that car overnight across the bay area, through solano and eventually ending upin san jose where officers took three people into custody at the corner of 33rd street and mckee avenue. here is the scene yesterday from our helicopter partnership, this all began from a traffic stop along the 1300 block of florida street in san francisco around 2:45. two officers responded a malicious mischief call, pulled over a car. the driving officer got out of his squad car and approached the suspects car. now police say the driver
backed up toward the officer and the officers partner. he was a passenger in the squad car and then opened fire on the suspect, here is police chief greg sur. >> the defense of his partner striking the vehicle at least one-time because the back window was blown out. the suspect vehicle fled the scene and the passenger officer went to his partner and found he was suffer frog a gun shot wound to the left shoulder. >> now the suspects car was later found abandoned in daily city but overnight they developed leads and they followed that second car throughout the bay area so again this morning three people are in custody and san francisco investigators are in san jose questioning those three people because marty it's still unclear exactly who shot the officer, whether the bullet came from one of those suspects or possibly if the bullet came from the officers partner. marty? >> mike pelton reporting live from sf general this morning also new northbound 880 is back open after a few bad crashes closed part of the freeway for much of the night.
there was a fatal crash in freemont shortly after 10:30. we're learning the victim was walking on the freeway, was walking on 880 when the crash happened. the pedestrian died at the scene and investigators say alcohol does not appear to be a factor in that crash. a boeing 787 dreamliner bound for san francisco made an emergency landing at the honolulu international airport. officials say the japan airlines flight landed without incident about 1:00 in the afternoon saturday. that plane was carrying more than 170 people. an airline spokesman says that the cockpit indicator showed engine trouble so the plane was land as soon as possible. no one was injured. the search continues this morning for the missing malaysia airlines jetliner. that boeing 777 vanished after take off. air traffic lost contact with the plane and it never made it to it's destination of beijing. there were 239 passengers
including crew on board. that includes three americans. malaysia's air force chief says that military radar indicates the plane may have actually turned back, but no further details are available on how far the plane may have veered off course. two men had stolen passports which is raising concerns about terrorism but u.s. officials say at this time there's no link although that may change there might have been up to four passengers with suspected identities. en route to asia right now to assist the investigation of the crash. that includes an investigator from nsb as well as technical experts from the faa and boeing. the chief of the malaysia air force says it's possible the boeing 777 may have tried reverse course. family members say that one of the americans is a 50 year old man by the name of phillip wood from roanoke, texas. 153 of the passengers are from
china. the austin, texas based company freestyle semiconductor also confirms that 20 of their employees were on board that flight. 12 of those workers are from malaysia, eight are from china. boeing, a company that built the plane, released this statement saying, "boeing offers its deepest concerns for the families of those missing on board malaysian airline flight mp370. boeing is assembling a team to provide technical assistance." officials confirming that the malaysian airline flight was a boeing 777, the same jet involved in the asiana airlines crash at sfo last july. despite that crash, analysts saying the boeing 777 has one of the best safety records in aviation history that first carried passengers back in june of 1995 and went 18 years without a deadly accident.
we'll of course have the latest developments on this continuing story through our 10:00, through 10:00 a.m. in our newscast and later tonight on kron4 news at 8:00. when we are not on the air we'll have the latest developments on the missing airliner on kron4.com. click on the news tab and we'll be right back.
it was a moment of terror for southern california high school students. a stage collapses during a school event in anaheim. taking a look at a picture that the anaheim police department tweeted out. officials say that 30-40 people were rushed to the hospital with mainly minor injuries and police are saying 250 people were on the stage at the time when it collapsed. police arrested over 60 people at the blarney blowout near the university of massachusetts campus on saturday. four officers suffered minor injuries in the process. police had to use pepper spray to clear the crowd of students
after they threw beer cans and bottles at authorities. the university says the students may be expelled for their actions. most have been charged with failing to disburse and disorderly conduct. coming up on kron4 news weekend a killer bee attack in california where a woman was sting 1000 times. they skated so hard they could barely walk after the game. the hockey championship game goes into seven overtimes. the remarkable way it finally ended is coming up. we'll take this live look outside, a beautiful picture from our roof camera. janu has the forecast when we come back. [son] she has no idea.
mount tax camera and you can see pretty clear shot actually but the high clouds are above, so we are going to see that increase in cloud cover throughout the day, so we're going to take a look at satellite and radar and you could see we have a system approaching us now we do have high pressure over central and southern california and now that's keeping the system to the north, however it is going to sag down later this evening, starting off in the north bay, going a little bit more widespread into the overnight hours and then tapering off into tomorrow afternoon, so it's not going to be a strong system, pretty fast moving but we do have those showers in the forecast. now as for your temperatures waking up to low 50s this morning in santa rosa upper 50s in san francisco, 55 degrees if you're heading out the door in hayward and 56 currently in livermore. into the afternoon, actually expecting slightly warmer temperatures than yesterday. just a couple degrees, so mid 70s on the board for losgatos, 73 degrees expected high for those of you in santa clara,
into our eastern interior valleys looking at a mix of upper 60s low 70s so upper 60s through concord, danville, 71 expected for pittsburgh this afternoon, upper 60s along the eastbay shores downtown san francisco topping out in the upper 60s once again, 62 for ocean beach and in the north bay that's where we'll feel a little bit of the cool down, so 64 degrees in santa rosa and upper 60s through petaluma and novato, so taking a look at your seven day around the bay once the system passes we're expecting lots of sunshine and spring like temperatures take a look as we head into next saturday. we've got mid to upper 70s on the board. marty? >> hard to believe. thank you. now to international news this morning international observers say russia is ramping up its military presence in crimea. witnesses report seen as many as 200 military vehicles being unloaded from ships last night. russia denies sending in new troops. >> we are ready to continue dialogue with the understanding
that the dialogue will be honest and a partnership and without attempts to cast us as a party to the conflict, which is what a few of our partners are trying to do now. this crisis was not created by us. >> the white house says president obama continues to monitor the situation in the ukraine as he vacations in florida. president speaking by phone with british prime minister david cameron, along with italy's prime minister and the president of france. and we'll have much more developments from the ukraine with our political analyst coming up in about two hours at 9:15. in national news this morning, hundreds of undocumented immigrants facing deportation in washington state are on a hunger strike. officials say 750 detainees at a detention center in tacoma are refusing to eat. detainees say they're protesting the deportations and conditions at the center. activists are also demonstrating outside the center and say they plan to
stay there until tuesday. about i-fracking advocates made their voices heard at the california democratic convention. they repeatedly interrupted governor browns speech at the convention saturday in los angeles. they chanted, waived signs and at types drowned him out. >> all you guys who like to make noise, just listen a moment. californiaans and most of you included are driving over 330 billion miles a year. 330 billion miles a year, 99%, is fossil fuel. you can get to the sun only 93 million miles away, so the challenge here is gigantic ic. >> the governor also said california was making moves to help stop climate change but that more needs to be done. protesters say that browns failure to stop fracking is a stain on his otherwise positive environmental record. a 71 year old woman is recovering this morning after
suffering about 1000 bee stings in southern california. five firefighters were also hospitalized from bee stings. the bees swarmed her and covered her entire body. a bee removal specialist says the bees came from a electrical volt, a verizon employee opened that that was holding up to 80,000 bees that swarmed and attacked the woman as she was getting out of her car. on the ice now the sharks giving the visiting canadians an icy reception in san jose with scoring two goals and shutting out montreal for the second time this season. the sharks are on a hot streak winning two in a row and seven straight home games against montreal. logan cateur had a goal along with two assists for the sharks, 4-0 the final against montreal and they take on toronto tuesday night. it was an epic championship hockey game that went seven
overtimes and ended in a tie. that's what happened in columbus, ohio. two high schools facing off for the state championship, regulation time ended in a 1-1 draw, so the game goes into overtime and lasted seven overtime periods because there is no shoot out rule for the high schools. after four and a half hours of hockey, the ohio high school athletic association declare the game over and both teams were co-state champions as the coaches cited concerns for player safety. >> this is how it was meant to shake out so i guess we'll deal with it, accept it and move along and enjoy being state champs. >> i mean i've got kid whose can't walk. they can't walk to the shower. at what point do we put their shift, no one wanted on their watch to have something happen. >> well fans were unhappy with the decision chanting let them play, but the coaches knew best and they were the ones who agreed to share the state title. coming up next on kron4
news, a major san francisco street is being closed off today to cars, all to let people play. we'll have that story coming up. we'll take this live look at the approach to the bay bridge. we see clearing skies in the eastbay and hardly any traffic heading to the bridge. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] get ready tvs and laptops in a u-verse home. we're about to compare you to xfinity. when two hd movies are playing in a u-verse home their fastest internet slows down [ deep voice ]. two hd movies in an xfinity home, the internet stays fast
in peltaluma, police arrest two men suspected of stealing, investigators look into whether those suspects are linked to recent thefts of ford utility trucks and vans. police arrested one man after they lead them on a brief chase. the other was arrested at a nearby park. officers found blue rubber gloves, duffel bags with burglary tools and drugs on the suspects. both men were booked into jail part of san francisco will be turning into a block party later today. sunday streets is returning to the city. so that means people are
allowed to walk, bike and play along there. the street is open to foot traffic from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 in the afternoon. that means cars will not be allowed to drive or park on the three mile path. this will affect service on the f line and fisherman's wharf trolley routes. every week the city is opening up a street in a different neighborhood. if you happen to see a bicycle rider in the boston san francisco, you're not alone. bicyclists and more than 50 cities around the world turned out for world naked bike ride yesterday. the ride started at san francisco city hall and continued through fisherman's wharf. riders wanted to protest u.s. dependence on oil. and in case you missed kron4's special on dogs you have another chance to check it out. we'll take you behind the scenes at the gold own gate kennel club 2014 dog show hosted by grant lotis. our encore presentation is tonight at 7:00 p.m.
followed by kron4 news at 8:00. still ahead on this broadcast, a small plane runs right into a sky driver's parachute, which happens to be right in front of the camera. get a lock at those shots. see what happened next. a new problem for the 787 dreamliner that not too long ago was grounded over battery issues. we will continue to follow the san francisco officer shooting, new developments from overnight. we take this live look outside, san mateo bridge, the lights are on, but not much traffic, we'll be right back.
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radar. the system is sitting to the north and west of us, we do have high pressure over central and southern california. that's what's keeping the system to the north ofs but we are expecting it to sag south later this evening so we'll see that increase in cloud cover throughout the day and then you could see by 8:00 p.m. it's going to make its way into the north bay, grow a little bit more widespread and be fast moving, take a look at this, it's going to be clear by tomorrow afternoon and feel those winds pick up tomorrow afternoon but once the system passes, we're expecting dry conditions in the extended forecast which we will look at coming up in just a bit. marty? police have detained three people after a san francisco police officer was shot in the mission district on saturday. you're taking a look at video from the scene yesterday from our helicopter partnersip with abc 7 news. after receiving a report about suspicious activity involving a car on florida street, two
officers and one patrol car responded just before 3:00 in the afternoon. during a traffic stop, the officer behind the wheel approached a car. the passenger officer saw the car backing up, police say he shot at the suspect vehicle at least once in defense of his partner and that's when the driver sped off, and the officer opened fire found his partner suffer frog a gun shot wound. >> the passenger officer fired several shots and we'll have to do more interviews to determine how many if any other shots were fired. >> overnight officers followed a car said to be associated with the shooting. the chp attempted to stop the car on i-80 eastbound in richmond. the white sedan didn't stop and evaded police. chp chased the vehicle through contra costa counties and final at about 12:30 this morning the pursuit ended at mckee and north 33rd street in san jose where three people were detained. police say at this time it's still unclear if the officer was wounded by the driver or by
his partner. the injured officer is recovering this morning at san francisco general hospital. one person is dead following an apartment fire in oakland earlier this morning. that fire was at an apartment on sat a clara avenue. police say the victim was cooking when he or she fell asleep. another person in the building pulled the fire alarm and that alerted fire crews. investigators found there were no smoke detectors in the apartment and no other injuries were reported. valejo police are looking for three men who shot up a liquor store. the men allegedly tried to steal a van filled with cigarettes from the store owner yesterday afternoon. police say that one man shot the owner in the leg and then took off empty handed. the owners expected to survive. the three pen were last seen driving away in a dark blue sedan. developing news this morning, a japan airlines flight bound for san frake an e landing in honolulu at the international airport there. officials say the boeing 787
dreamliner landed without incident about 1:00 saturday afternoon. that plane was caring more than 170 people. the airline spokesman says that the cockpit indicator showed the engine was in trouble and they had engine trouble so the plane was landed as soon as possible. fortunately nobody was injured. dreamliner jets are being inspected after hairline cracks were discovered on the wings during manufacture. wall street journal reports this will cause delayed deliveries, of the 787 dreamliner jets to airlines. in 2013, boeing stopped 787 deliveries, due to problems with the jets lithium ion batteries. mitsubishi is responsible for making the wings. they say they're investigating the cause and are working to fix the problem. the white house this morning says it's too early to tell whether foul play was a factor in the disappearance of a malaysia airlines flight. the boeing 777 vanished after take off and never made it to its destination of beijing.
there were 239 passengers and crew including three americans on board. search teams trying to locate the missing plane and its passengers, there's also a search for an answer to the question of what happened. kron4 dan rubin spoke to a captain from a major international airline about how a plane could suddenly vanish from radar. his report continues our team coverage. >> reporter: today with so much radar and so much air traffic control and everybody is talking on the radio, it's unprecedented in my experience joel turfin is a third generation pilot whose been flying for 47 years. 20 of those have been in jumbo jets as an international flight captain. >> it's bizarre. i tell you what, i have not experienced anything like this. >> malaysia airlines flight 370 took off at 12:41 early saturday morning. it was supposed to be a five and a half hour flight to beijing. >> air traffic controller is
looking at his screen and sees an icon for that airplane that tells the flight number, kind of airplane. >> at 2:40:00 a.m., two hours after take off the plane disappeared from radar. >> somehow the electrical system had to quit working really quick for the transponder to quit replying to the radar. >> the only way that could happen is if the plane exploded in mid air either by bomb or catastrophic mechanical failure. >> i'll tell you one thing it's not going to be airplanes. >> joel says there is a way for the transponder to be deactivated from the cockpit. >> a circuit breaker could be pull and disabled but then if they did that it has to show up somewhere. >> an oil slick has been discovered in this area 90 miles south of a small island off the coast of vietnam. >> if there's an oil slick there has to be a debris field. if the airplane plunged into the water and those oil slicks are the airplane where is the debris so far no wreckage has been located. >> you can only fly for about 16 hours on one tank of gas and its been more than that since you disappeared so its got to show up somewhere. >> dan rubin, kron4 news.
on to other news two bay area universities are on the latest list of the top universities in the world. times higher education ranked stanford fourth on its list of top universities. uc berkeley came in eighth and was also ranked in top public university in the world, cal tech topped the list followed by harvard. and i hope you remembered to spring forward, just a reminder daylight saving time again at 2:00 this morning, you should have set your clocks ahead one hour at that time. hopefully you aren't an hour late for anything you plan to do this morning. another example of why it's a good idea to change the batteries in your smoke a almost as we enter daylight saving time. the smoke detector that went off yesterday alerted a may who're called firefighters. this was on heath circle near golf course drive. no one could see or smell any smoke but when the fire crews took a closer look they saw fire spreading in the kitchen. the people who lived there were not home at the time but when they returned they can thank
their neighbor for saving their house. the la marathon for 2014 kicks off this morning but before the runners make their marks or take their marks many attended the annual blessing of the running shoes. at a cathedral in downtown la, the monsinger from the cathedral off our lady of the angels says they can't guarantee a great time but they offer support and prayers for the runners 26.2-mile journey and that race starts at dodgers stadium and ends in santa monica. still ahead for you on kron4 news weekend, george zimmerman making headlines again. what was he doing at a gun show. and a stretch of northern california land being made into a national monument, we'll have that story. but first we'll show you a collision between a parachute and a plane. we'll be right back.
the military pilot killed in a fighter jet crash during a training exercise has been identified. marine captain reed mannon was killed march 1 east of the naval air station in nevada. he was an illinois native and was a student at the top gun school there. he had been deployed twice to afghanistan during this 10 year career, he was just 32 years of age. the cause of the crash still under investigation. take a look at some of these terrifying images from florida. it was a cessna plane doing a touch and go saturday when it got caught in a skydrivers parachute. the plane cut the cords and the sky driver was thrown to the ground from 75 feet up in the air. as the cessna nosedives, amazingly neither the pilot or the sky driver are seriously injured. the ntsb and faa were both notified and went to the accident scene. president obama will be expanding the california
coastal national monument to include point arena stoneeta public lands. the officials say the action will expand the monument to include over 1600-acre nature preserve and it's happening on tuesday. president clinton created the california coastal monument back in the year 2000. president obama pledged this year to use his presidential authority to preserve more federal land for future generations and now northern california is benefiting from that. welcoming up on kron4 news weekend how a two year old child saved his mothers life by using an app on his moms iphone. we'll have that story coming up. in the meantime let's take a live look outside this is the view from mount tam. janu has the forecast when we come back.
to yesterday and now we'll head over to the mount tam cam and you could see pretty clear actually because the clouds are above. now we do have a system approaching and you could see that on satellite and radar it's sitting to the northwest of us right now we have high pressure over central and southern california. that's what's keeping the system to the north of us but it is expected to sag south later this evening so it will start off in the north but certainly not going to be a wash out just a light system, light showers spreading through into the overnight hours, lingering on into tomorrow afternoon but we are going to feel those winds pick up tomorrow afternoon making way for clear skies, so temperatures if you're heading out the door in san francisco 58 degrees here mid 50s at the coast, and about 55 degrees if you're heading out the door in concord. into the afternoon, we're expecting a couple degrees warmer than yesterday, especially in the south bay so 75 degrees expected for los gatos, 74 in campbell, 72 for san jose this afternoon looking
at low 70s out in antioch, 71 livermore, upper 60s for concord, also looking for upper 60s along the eastbay shores. taking a look at your seven day around the bay showing us once this system passes, we're expecting dry, lots of sunshine for the remainder of the work week and into the weekend with plenty of 70s on the board getting to the mid to upper 70s towards the next weekend. world news this morning a suicide car bomber killed at least 22 people in southern iraq this morning. officials are saying the bomber set off explosive device at a security checkpoint. the blast went off during the morning rush hour as cars were waiting to be searched. 13 civilians including a woman and a 12 year old child along with nine security personnel were killed, at least 55 other people were wounded. police say the victims burns suggest the bomber packed his car with liquid fuel such as gasoline. nearly 130 organizations have called for immediate and
permanent humanitarian access to civilians throughout syria. this is to help relieve the immense suffering caused by that countries ongoing civil war. the groups making the appeal include u-n agencies and relief organizations from around the world. in a statement the groups urge all sides of conflict to "listen to the voice of the international community." the u-n says more than 9 million syrians are in need of humanitarian aid. the european union foreign policy chief says there is no guarantee that world powers will reach a final deal with iran. under an interim deal that was agreed to back in november, iran cid it would limit you're un yum enrichment in turn for easing sanctions. negotiations for a final deal are ongoing. officials say iran will only accept a deal that respects its rights. china says it will tighten environmental legislation and force muters to pay up following renewed blasts of
toxic air that you see there on your screen. january saw air polution dense it readings of 20 times more than what the world health organization considers safe. a new report says businesses were responsible for the environmental damage. a chinese lawmaker is saying they must be held accountable. the lawmaker also said legal revisions were being prepared but didn't offer any specifics. in national news this morning, george zimmerman continues to make headlines after making an appearance at a florida gun show along with signing autographs. about 200 people turned out to meet zimmerman in orlando yesterday. the gun show was originally cancelled after the venue learned that zimmerman would be a special guest but organizers were able to move it to another location. we're getting new details this morning on the pregnant mother who drove a minivan with her three children inside into the ocean in florida. nicaragua valencia has the story. >> she definitely tried to kill her children from everything we
have seen. >> reporter: the volutia county sheriffs office says new details in their investigation show this was no accident. >> she actually told them to close their eyes and go to sleep. she was taking them so a better place. >> on tuesday ebony wilkerson drove a minivan filled with her children into the atlantic ocean. the dramatic drive caught on tape as kids inside cried for help. >> we thought it was a joke, they're having a good time. >> eye witnesses found out quickly the situation was serious. it was he and another onlooker stacey robinson who helped rescue the family. >> we didn't know the kids in the car to begin with, but then the back window is rolled down and we heard kids yelling a little bit and then i heard a "help." i was like did i hear "help"? and then it come clear they were screaming for help. >> children's mother was charged with three counts of attempted first degree murder and three counts of child abuse. relatives told investigators wilkerson was in "an abusive
relationship with her husband and she had come to florida to get away." relatives said the 32 year old pregnant mother of threhad no history of mental illness but a 911 call was made by a concerned family member just two hours before wilkerson allegedly tried to kill her cies. >> i need a wellness check, she's having psychosis or something or postpartum. >> police say they did respond and evaluated her for about 30 minutes but said there was no legal right to detain her. >> the children weren't in crisis. the woman said i'm going to a shelter and she showed nothing there was no display she was a danger to herself or anyone at that time. >> that was nick valencia reporting. wilkerson denied trying to hurt her children and said she was driving too close to the water. a two year old from arizona is being hailed as a hero this morning for saving his mothers life but it wasn't a call to
1911 that helped save the day. instead the toddler topped into his mothers iphone and used her face time app to contact help. when laura tune was attacked by one of her dogs and badly injured she was losing a lot of blood and thought she was going to pass out. her daughter bentley sprang into action. she didn't know how to dial 911 so the little girl decided to face time a friend of her mothers. >> something just told me i needed to answer this face time. all i could see was his little forehead and it was quiet for a little bit and then i hear laura screaming. >> well the police were called and bentley even unlocked the door for firefighters to get inside. welcoming up next on kron4 news weekend the latest trend in food science, where people are actually printing oreo cookies much like you'd print out a document. we'll have that story coming up.
it's being called one of the biggest busts of counterfeit goods in u.s. history. officials have seized more than $2 million worth of fake health and beauty products. this happened in long island, new york. they include knock off of products like chap stick and johnsons baby oil and officials believe the items were being sold on the east coast. well the 21st annual south by southwest festival under way in austin, texas. the festival is a great place besides great music it's also a good place to preview the technology of tomorrow and what's catching the eye of many people is being able to print your food. take a lock at this machine, it is giving a whole new meaning to cookie cutting. it's called the oreo trending vending machine and its powered by twitter. the machine allows south by southwest attendees to create custom oreo cookies based on trending social conversations, so users will choose from 12 flavors and colors of cream and
then using 3d technology the machine will assemble a unique oreo in less than two minutes. it's a step up in giving the customer what they want. >> i think one day you'll be able to hear a lot of things, everything from chocolate to candy, and so that's already being done right now but again, i think it's not so much just about the technology although it's breakthrough. it's really about how do you begin to understand what consumers want and deliver those kind of customized experiences. >> well mondelay international the makers of oreo and twitter partnered to create the showcase and to show off the oreo trending vending machine. well still ahead on kron4 news weekend a shooting in san francisco sends one officer to the hospital and three suspects behind bars. we have a live update on the officers condition coming up. its been three years since the fukushima disaster, how thousands of people in japan are planning to mark the anniversary by demonstrations. their message coming up.
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new overnight, police detained three people involved with a car chase, involved with the shooting in san francisco. american experts for asia to figure out where and why a malaysia airlines boeing 777 disappeared. and the bay area waking up this morning to mostly cloudy skies, you take this view, but as more rain on the way, the sunday morning forecast is next. weekend starts now. news
>> good morning, everybody, thanks for joining us on kron4 news weekend, i'm marte gonzalez, it is 7:59, hope you remember to spring ahead this morning. >> good morning, team, we're going to start off with this live shot, we're dealing with high clouds out there and we're actually going to see an increase in cloud cover throughout the day. so let's take it to our roof camera where you can see, still seeing those high clouds out there, a little bit breezy. now we do have a system approaching, as for temperatures cloud cover providing insulation, trapping that heat from yesterday, 50s in santa rosa, upper 50s here in san francisco, mid 50s along the east shore, along the peninsula and currently in san jose. we do have showers in the
forecast. you can see it to the north of us now but we are expecting it to sag south later today. we'll track ta that for you in the full forecast coming up in just a bit. marte. san francisco police now have three people in custody following an overnight high speed chase across the bay area, all connected to yesterday's officer shoved shooting in the district. live this morning at san francisco general hospital, that's where the injured officer is recovering. mike? >> reporter: yeah, a 28-year-old officer, recovering here. overnight, authorities detained three people after tips led them to a car last night they believe is connected to yesterday's shooting. with the help of the chp. they chased it all over the area, alameda, winding down to san jose, where they detained three people the corner of north
33 and mckeet. here's our partnership video with abc 7 news, florida street in san francisco, 2:45, authorities responding to a mischief call, police say the officer or police say the driver then backed up towards the officer, the officer's partner a passenger in the squad car opened fire on the suspect. here's police chief greg sir. >> striking the vehicle at least one time, suspect vehicle fled the scene and officer found his partner was suffering from a gun shot wound to the left shoulder. >> reporter: then the suspect's car was abandoned in daly city, they believe it was connected to yesterday's shooting. they have three people in custody this morning they're in
the process of interviewing those three still trying to figure who shot the officer. >> reporting live. new for you, 80 is back open after crashes kept the freeway closed, there was a deadly crash in fremont near mallory avenue, before intelligence 10:30, the victim was walking on the freeway, alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash. the search continues for the missing malaysian jet liner, that boeing 777 vanished after takeoff from kual arksa lampur. three americans on board. the chief says military radar
may have indicated the plane turned back. but no on how far the plane veered off course. two men had stolen passports which is raising concern about terrorism, but they say no link although that may change. there might have been up to four passengers on board with suspected identities. u.s. federal safety officials say a team of experts is en route to asia to help out in the investigation in the crash. that includes a team of accident investigators from the ntsb as well as the technical expert from the faa and boeing. the chief of malaysia air force says the boeing 777 tried to revert its course is possible. one of the americans on board 50-year-old philip wood of roanoake, texas. 153 of the passengers are from china. >> malaysia airlines fly, the
family to the locations. >> the austin, texas based company semiconductor also confirmed 20 of their employees on that flight, 12 of them from malaysia, eight of the workers from china. our team coverage continues, search teams try to locate the missing aircraft and its passengers, search for an answer to the question, what happened is also underway. kron4's don talked about how a plane could keep from radar. >> reporter: everybody's talking on the radio, it's, it's unprecedented. in my experience. joel turpin is a third generation pilot flying for 47 years. 20 of those in jumbo jets as an international flight captain. >> it's bizarre. i have not experienced anything like this. >> reporter: malaysia airlines flight 370 took off from
malaysia 12:41 early saturday morning. a five and a half hour flight to beijing. >> air traffic controller, he sees an icon for that plane, tells its flight number, kind of plane, ground speed. >> reporter: 2:40 a.m., two hours after takeoff, the plane disappeared from radar. >> it had to quit working really quick, for that to stop responding. >> reporter: the only thing that could've happened, it exploded in the air, bomb or catastrophic air. it could've been deactivated. >> a circuit breaker disabled. but doing that, it's got to show up somewhere. >> reporter: an oil slick in this area, 90 miles south of a small island off the coast of vietnam. >> if there's an oil slick, eye a debris field. where's the debris? >> reporter: so far, no wreckage located. >> it can only fly for 16 hours on one tank of gas.
it's been more than that since disappeared. it's got to show somewhere. >> reporter: dan ruben, kron4. >> they released a statement, they regret for the passengers, boeing and the team to provide technical assistance. we'll have the latest developments on this story through our newscast which ends at 10:00 a.m. and later on tonight. when we're not on the air, the missing airliner online at kron4.com, click on the news tab, we'll have that for you. we'll be right back. >> well, coming up on kron4 news weekend, sarah palin closes out the political action conference we'll stel tel you what she had to say about conservative women and spreading the conservative
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>> here is today's kron4's word of the day, "forward" click on rewards, register or log in and enter the word forward. you'll start earning points and a chance to win cool prizes. international observers say that russia is ramping uplitary. witnesses report seeing as many as 200 military vehicles being unloaded from ships last night. russia's denying sending in new troops. >> we are ready to continue dialogue with the understanding that the dialogue will be honest and a partnership and without attempts to cast us as a party to the conflict, which is what a few of our partners are trying to do now. this crisis not created by us. >> the white house says president obama continues to monitor the situation in ukraine as he vacations in florida, president speaking by phone with
british prime minister david cameron, along with italy's prime minister and the president of france. and we'll have more on these developments from ukraine with our political analyst michael, that coming up at 9:15. demanding an end to nuclear power, this comes as the third anniversary to fukushima disaster. one of many protests that have erupted since the march 11, 2011 nuclear disaster. >> and we have showers headed our way, systems to the north of us, but that's the hit just this evening, we'll track it for you coming up.
say no indication of foul play. he's described as a latino male, 5'5'', weighing 100 pounds, wearing a red t-shirt and blue jeans. anyone with any information, is asked to give them a call. all right. now we want to turn our attention to the weather forecast. it's a little bit of a change, huh? >> yeah, compared to yesterday, fog, this is the view as you reach the bay view toll plaza, that's going to be the weather pattern today. now as we head to the camera, can't really see the cloud cover in this shot, but it's out there. we do have a system approaching. so taking a look at satellite and radar, the system is sitting to the north of us, we have high pressure over central and southern california, that's what is keeping it to the north, it is expected to fly south later today. the increasing cloud cover throughout the day and showers pressing in. the evening hour pushing through
into the overnight hours then tapering off in to tomorrow afternoon. so sunnier conditions into the afternoon tomorrow, it's going to be pretty windy tomorrow. now, bringing it back to today, current conditions, mid 50s if you're heading out the door in san mateo, half moon bay, upper 50s in redwood city, 50 degrees in fremont and 54 degrees in concord right now. in to the afternoon, slightly warmer in the south bay, 74 degrees in campbell, low 70s in redland city and palo alto, and in to our interior valleys, we're looking at upper 60s and low 70s for fair field, pleasanton, 66 degrees for those of you in richmond, downtown san francisco topping out the 60s, it's going to feel cooler conditions as the rain
approaches. 64 for santa rosa, and the seven day around the bay, once the system passes we're expecting lots of sunshine, take a look, tuesday in to saturday, lots of sunshine on the board, temperatures gradually warming as we push towards the next weekend get to upper 70s by saturday. marty? >> thank you. news, hundreds of immigrants facing deportation are on a hunger strike. 750 detainees at a detention center in tacoma are refusing to eat. they're protesting the deportations and conditions at that center, activists also demonstrating outside the center and they say they plan to stay there until tuesday. antifracking advocates made their voice heard, they repeatedly interrupted governor brown's speech, they were chanting and waving signs and at times drowning him out. >> all you guys who like to make
noise, listen a moment. californians and most of you included are driving over 330 billion miles a year. 330 billion miles a year, 99% is fossil fuel. you can get to the sun, only 93 million miles away. so the challenge here is gigantic! >> governor brown saying california making moves for climate change, but more needs to be done. his fracking is a stain on his otherwise clean record. sarah palin closed out the conservative political conference with a rousing speech, the former alaska governor called on women to get busy and get out the conservative message. >> let the women of america know our platform, our values,
independence, work ethics, bold and freedom, be bold in making the case. we're the heirs of stanton and anthony, so stop evangelizing and start infiltrating, if the boys aren't up to the challenge, conservative women are happy to lead the charge! [ cheers and applause ] >> palin's speech wraps up a three day event hosted by the american conservative union foundation. on saturday the delegates there voted senator paul as its favorite candidate for president. president obama will be expanding the -- [ audio ] it would be over 1,600 acres. it's happening on tuesday.
president clinton created it in 2000, and now northern california is benefitting from that. george zimmerman continues to make news headlines, showing up at a gun show and signing autographs. the gun show was originally cancelled when they heard he was going to be a special guest but organizers were able to move it to another place. it was a moment of terror for southern california high school students as a stage collapses during a school event in anaheim. we have a photo the anaheim police department tweeted out. officials say 30-40 people were rushed to hospitals with mainly minor injuries. some 250 people on the stage at the time it collapsed. a 71-year-old woman -- five firefighters were also
hospitalized for stings, the bees swarmed her and covered her entire body. bee removal specialist says the bees came from inside an electrical vault, a verizon employee opened that vault, up to 80,000 bees came flying out. the bees then attacked the woman as she was getting out of her car. 8:22 this sunday morning, sharks versus canadians highlights and a championship hockey game goes in to seven overtimes, the end didn't make many people happy. in the meantime, this look outside, in the east bay and not a whole lot of traffic approaching the bay bridge. we'll be right back. good morning nelly! woah. hey! have you ever tried honey nut cheerios?
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this season. the sharks are hot right now, two in a row and seven straight games against montreal. logan couture had a goal along with two assists, 4-0 the final, they'll take on toronto on tuesday night. and was a championship hockey game that went seven overtimes and ended up in a tie. in columbus, ohio, two high schools facing off for the state championship. regulation time ended in a 1-1 draw, then the game goeso overtime and it lasted seven overtimes, simply because there's no shootout rule for high schools in ohio. after four and a half hours of hockey, the ohio high school's athletic association says that's enough, they declared it over and both teams are co-state champions. they were citing concerns for the players' safety. >> this is the way it's going to
shake out, move on. enjoy the champs. >> i can't walk. they can't walk to the shower. at what point do we put their safety, no one wants it on their watch to have something catastrophic happen. >> fans were unhappy with the decision, some were chanting let them play, but the coaches knew best and they ones who agreed to share the title. closer to home, if you saw a bike rider in the buff in san francisco, you weren't alone. bicyclists in more than 50 cities in the world turned out for the world naked bike ride yesterday, city hall in san francisco and continued through the embarcadero and on to fisherman's wharf, the u.s. dependence on oil. missing look on that plane, walnut creek this time around. we'll be right back.
welcome back, it is 8:29 in case you forgot to spring forward, a reminder the daylight savings time started at 2:00 this morning, hopefully you're not an hour late for anything you plan to do this morning. white house deputy national security advisor tony blinken saying it's still too early to say whether or not foul play was a factor in the disappearance of malaysia airline flight 370. the team of erts en route to -- experts en route to asia is to help with the investigation of the crash, the ntsb and a technical expert from faa and boeing. the chief of malaysia's air force says it's possible the boeing 777 may have tried to reverse course, no further details on how far the plane may
have veered off course. two men stole passports, which raises concerns about terrorism, at this time, there's no link although they warn that could change. officials say there might have been up to four passengers with suspected identities. >> the area, right now, in air. police detaining three people after a san francisco police officer was shot in the mission district saturday. taking a look at video of the scene yesterday from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. after receiving a report about suspicious activity on florida street, two officers and one patrol car responded just before 3:00 in the afternoon. the officer behind the wheel approached the car. the passenger officer saw the car backing up and police say he shot at the suspect vehicle at least once in defense of his partner. that's when the driver sped off.
the officer that opened fire, his partner suffering from a gun shot wound. >> officer fired several shots, have to do more to introduce to determine how many if any other shots were fired. >> overnight officers followed a car said to be associated with the shooting, the chp attempted to stop the car on i-80 eastbound in, at the carlson exit in richmond, the sedan didn't stop and evaded police, then chased the vehicle through alameda and contracosta counties, the pursuit ended mckee in san jose, it's unclear if the officer was wounded by the driver or by his partner. the injured officer is recovering at san francisco general hospital. want to turn our attention to the weather because there's some changes ahead. >> you're right, and we can actually see a difference compared to yesterday. this is a view of the
approaching bay bridge plaza, lots of high clouds, different from yesterday, walnut creek camera, you can see the high clouds out there as well. we're going to see the crease in cloud cover throughout the day. because we do have a system approaching. it's sitting to the north of us but expected to sag south later today. going to start off in the north bay and the evening hours, pass over the overnight hours, certainly not a wash out dry as we head in to tomorrow afternoon. as for your temperatures this morning, upper 50s in oakland, mid 50s in hayward, san francisco and upper 50s in san jose. take a look at where those temperatures are headed and also take a look at your extended forecast in my full report. marty? >> thank you. well, most of san francisco is turning into a block party, the event allows people to walk, bike, stroll and play along the embarcadero. the street is open to foot traffic from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 in the afternoon, and cars will
not be allowed on that three mile pass. this will affect the trolley routes today. every week, the city will be opening up a street in a different neighborhood. it was a worldwide celebration honoring women for women's international day. in india, women really went all out yesterday. you're taking a look at video of a group dancing for women's equality. and in a larger event, hundreds of indian women got together for a bicycle rally and a motorcycle rally as well. kron4's jeff pierce shows us how the day was celebrated here in san francisco. >> happy international women's day! >> reporter: if that sounded like a sound of is celebration, international women's day was celebrated. local activists used the occasion that might have recognized women to more advantaged focus issues. prochoice advocates stood in
front of st. mary's church in san francisco with the fervor that this was the major issue of women. >> a revolutionary holiday. >> reporter: flyers distributed citing international women's day to protest the pyring of a woman who stayed home to take care of a disabled child. >> on women's day to women's issues which are having to work and provide for your kids, sometimes with disabilities means having to miss work. >> reporter: the mission district, a group going by the name of women organized to resist and defend also used the day to call attention to marisa chald, a woman in -- -- alexander, a woman in florida facing prison time for firing a warning shot. >> as women and also as people to defend. >> reporter: yet another group of women walked the golden gate bridge to observe the protesters that did not seem to be gender specific.
>> people working for environmental justice. >> reporter: for international women's day, the bay area prefers to advocate rather than celebrate. in san francisco, jeff pierce, kron4 news. one person dead after an apartment fire this morning, santa clara avenue near oakland, police say the victim was cooking when he or she fell asleep, another person in the building pulled the fire alarm, that alerted fire crews. investigators found there were no smoke detectors in the apartment and no other injuries reported. another example of why it's a good idea to change the batteries in your smoke alarm, enter daylight savings time, an alarm went off, alerted a neighbor who called firefighters, this was on heat circle near golf course drive. nobody could actually see or smell any smoke, but when the fire crews arrived, they took a closer look and saw the fire spreading in the kitchen. the people who live in that home were not there at the time when
they returned, they can thank their neighbor for saving their house. looking for men who shot a liquor store, trying to steal a van filled with cigarettes from the store owner yesterday afternoon. the one man shot the owner of the store in the leg and then took off empty handed. the owner's expected to survive, the three men last seen driving away any dark blue sedan. still ahead for you, a mom seriously hurt, her two children don't know how to dial 911 but they used another iphone feature to save the day. plus, a new way on getting your hands on oreo cookies, how about printing them out, the same way you would print a document, we'll show you how. from this to this. the chicago river gotten the okay to go green for st. patrick's day. why it's possible to happen under freezing conditions.
a two-year-old from arizona being hailed a hero for saving his mother's life. but not a call to 911, he tapped in to iphone and tapped in to facetime to connect for help. when she was injured by a bite from her dogs, she thought she was going to pass out. her daughter bentley sprung in to action. she didn't know how to dial 911 so she decide to do face time a friend of her mother's. >> she said, i need to answer facetime. all i could see was the forehead. i was like hi, bentley. then i hear laura screaming. >> the police were called and bentley unlocked the door for the firefighters, so laura is so thankful for her little hero. well, you want to take a close look at terrifies images from florida, a cessna plane doing a touch and go, it got
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making way for sunny skies tomorrow. 58 degrees heading out the door in san francisco, upper 50s in oakland, san mateo and redwood city, hayward and 53 degrees in santa rosa. clouty sky -- cloudy skies but warmer temperatures, moscato, and antioch, upper will have 60s for danville, expected for richmond, downtown san francisco topping out the upper 60s and we're looking at 60s, slightly cooler there this afternoon, 67 degrees for petaluma. now, taking a look at your seven day around the bay, once these showers pass, we're going to see sunshine, dry conditions for the remainder of the week and temperatures are also going to go in to a warming trend.
marty? >> thank you. california law bans the sale of sharks for soup, but there's still sales. the first major bust under the law passed back in 2011, 2,000 pounds of shark fins, and there's a big reason now cracking down. first, the main way these fins are caught, some say is inhumane. the fins are sliced off while the shark is alive and then then dropped back in the ocean and they either suffocate or fall prey to predators. also, sharks are very slow to reproduce and conservation experts say their numbers are falling, and that could disrupt our ocean's ecosystem. so why is this practice continuing? kim mcnichols says at this time the high value of the shark fin, that makes the job attractive to struggling fishermen. she's with a documentary that just received the conservation
award at the festival. kim? >> yes, i'm with stephanie, what really struck me about this film, it was au inspiring to -- awe inspiring to see you one with these type of sharks, some of the fiercest or perceive them as some of the fiercest predators in the ocean. how in the world did you do this? >> it was a career that sort of chose me, i wanted to be close to animals and when i discovered scuba diving, i discovered the ocean was the true wilderness. i wanted to train animals as a child, lions, elephants, and then i realized in the ocean is really where the wilderness is. all the usual scuba diving got me closer and closer to sharks and then through a lot of experience i became comfortable with them and then it sort of became a profession. >> but how do you convince people in terms of, i guess your passion for sharks and your experience with sharks, but there are all kinds of fish out there, fishing all the time.
why save the sharks versus salmon or tuna or anything else out there? >> salmon and tuna, for example, they reproduce very quickly, thousands and millions of eggs every year starting from one year on, sharks on the other hand reproduce extremely slowly, they have to be very often in most species, in their teenage years before they can have young and few every year or every other year. they're not really an animal that replenishes quickly, they evolved as a predator, not to be a prey item. so to fish them is to prey on them is not really in the scheme of the natural balance. >> do you actually, you know, fish for these sharks, and shark finning, it's a livelihood for many people. it's their job, what actually puts food on their own tables. shark fins are one of the highly valued seafood, how do you convince them not to do this? >> well, you know, fishing is an important job and an important profession, it's a tough
profession and it will probably become even tougher as the fish population decrease and as regulations get stricter and stricter every year. so, it is a tough profession. and shark fins are very tempting item to add to your catch because it is a bonus item. usually not the targeted species, tuna or something else, and they're an added bonus. but what has to be considered is that you can make that catch now and really hurt yourself in the future because it's all about sustainability, sustainable seafood, not just sustainable so we're keeping the ocean pretty, it's something that we have to eat down the line, when you're overfishing sharks now, you're hurting most of the fish populations that you would like to fish years from now because you're taking away one of the regulating items, the regulating members of the food chain. >> so what's really the solution here? is it really on the side of the
fishermen or the side of the market? >> the highest, most effective way would be to slow down or stop the demand for fins because if nobody wants to buy fins, then there would be no reason to take them. and it wouldn't have to be a cruelty item or overfishing item at all. most people don't really want to bother catching sharks unless me make money off the fins because most sharks are not good to eat and they're full of mercury and a list of reasons why sharks are not that easy to fish or not that popular to fish. but as long as the high priced value is there for a fin, it's good to keep sharks, even if taits bicatch and they use to do let them go, return to the ocean, it makes them valuable to keep them and throw the rest back into the ocean. >> in terms of livelihood, there are options, i was watching the film at the san francisco film festival, and ecotourism is an option.
>> yeah. in areas with tourism, they have found, it's been proven by research and collecting data, you can make hundreds of thousands of dollars off of one shark over the lifetime of that shark whereas you would only make $100 one time killing it and selling it for its fins. because of the money people would pay to come see wild life and that includes sharks. so wherever, it's possible, job being developed, whale, shark diving, actually provides so much more jobs to a community than fishing. fishing, that's 10 jobs whereas if you have a scuba industry or visitor's industry, that's 100 jobs. individually that one person make not that much money but the community makes more money. and it's renewable. >> thank you so much, stephanie. if you want to learn more, it's
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able to print your own food. it's giving a whole new meaning to cookie cutting. it's powered by twitter. the machine allows south by southwest to create custom oreo cookies. users can choose from 12 flavors and colors of cream, and the machine will then assemble a unique cookie in less than 2 minutes. it's a step up in giving the customer what they want. the makers of twitter and oreo partnered together to make it. coming up, we're following the latest developments in the missing malaysia airlines plane. authorities say a rectangular object has been spotted in the waters off of vietnam. a bay area university
reo. 3 people are in custody following a high-speed case across the bay area. how this might tie into the shooting yesterday in san francisco. american experts leave for asia to find out why a boeing 777 disappeared. and the bay area waking up to cloudy skies this morning. this is the view. is more rain on the way? the forecast is next. . good morning. thanks for joining us on
kron4 news weekend. it is 9:00. hope you remembered to move ahead. spring ahead last night. let's start with the weather forecast. >> reporter: we're going to take a look outside at the camera. we're waking up to cloudy skies. a little different compared to yesterday. we're going to head over to our roof camera. you can see high clouds here in san francisco. we're waking up to high clouds and warmer temperatures. it's 58 degrees if you're headed out the door in san francisco. 57 degrees in concord. 58 degrees in freemont. you can see the forecast on satellite and radar. we'll track the system approaching in a bit. we begin with developing news. san francisco police have 3 people in custody following an overnight high speed chase
across the bay area. this is all connected to the shooting in the city's mission district. we're joined with a live report from the san francisco general hospital. >> reporter: the 28-year-old police officer is in stable condition. that's the good news. 3 people are now in custody. this is following a high speed chase overnight. during the police investigation, late last night, it led officers to a white sedan they believe is connected to yesterday's shooting. officers chased the driver across the bay area. they eventually wound up in san jose where officers took 3 people into custody. this all stems from the officer-involved shooting. here's the scene. officers responded to florida street in san francisco around 2:45. 2 officers responding t mischiea
call. the officer behind the wheel of his squad car approached the suspect's car. the driver then backed up towards the officer and police tell me at some point, their officer was shot. the officer's partner then returned fire. here's the police chief. >> he struck the vehicle at least one time. the suspect's vehicle fled the scene. and the passenger officer found that he was suffering from a gunshot wound. >> reporter: the suspect's car was later found abandoned in daly city, but they found the white sedan they believe is connected to the shooting. 3 people are in custody. they're trying to sort all this out. at this point, they're not sure if one of those three is the
gunman. back to you. also new, northbound 880 is back open. there was a fatal crash near maurry avenue, and we're learning the victim was walking on the freeway when the crash happened. the pedestrian died at the scene. investigators say alcohol does not appear to be a factor. new developments in the search for the malaysia airlines jetliner. authorities saying now that a rectangular object has been spotted in the waters off of vietnam. the object was scene by a flying plane in the same area where oil slicks were spotted yesterday. air traffic lost contact with the plane and it never made it to beijing. there was 239 passengers and crew including 3 americans on
board. military radar indicates the plane may have turned back, but no further details were available. 2 men had stolen passports on board which raised concern about terrorism, but at this point there is no link, but they caution that might change. there might have been up to 4 passengers with suspect identities. a team of experts is in route to asia to investigate the crash. that includes the ntsb and faa and boeing. it is possible the boeing 777 may have tried to reverse coarse. one of the americans is from texas. 153 of the passengers are from china. >> the air traffic in malaysia
(inaudible). >> reporter: the austin, texas, based company semiconductor confirmed 20 of their employees were aboard the flight. boeing, the company that built the plane, says: boeing officers it's deepest concerns to the families missing aboard the malaysia flight. boeing is assembling a team to provide technical assistance. officials confirm the flight was a boeing 777. that's the same jet involved in the osyana crash last july. the boeing 777 has one of the best safety records in boeing history. it went 18 years without a deadly accident. we will have the latest developments throughout this newscast and later tonight.
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students from a visiting school are on school at the same time performing a skit when the floor gives way. audience members rushing to help out. officials say some 30 to 40 people fell through the stage. they were rushed to the hospital. most of the injuries are minor. none is life-threatening. as scary as this was for parents to witness, police say it could have been a lot worse. police arrested over 60 people at the barny blowout near the university of massachusetts campus. 4 officers suffered minor injuries in the process. police had to use pepper spray to clear a cloud of students. universities say students might be expelled. most have been charged with disorderly contact. coming up, political analysts join me to talk about
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. we're back on kron4 news weekend. talking a little weather. >> reporter: this is the view of our satellite and radar. you can see we have a system to the north of us. it is going to sag south later today. we have showers in the forecast. so we're going to see an increasing cloud cover through the day. we have the system starting off in the north bay going into the overnight hours. you can see it will taper off by late morning tomorrow making way for clear, sunny skies and a warming trend. before we get to your extended forecast, let's talk current temperatures. 57 degrees in
richmond. 57 in daly city. upper 50s in san francisco . 55 degrees in half moon bay. into the afternoon, we're expecting cloudy skies but slightly warmer temperatures for the south bay. 73 in santa clara. 79 for freemont. and we'reing at 60s and 70s across the area. 72 for walnut creek. 73 in san francisco. 73 in oakland. mainly 60s for the north bay. so once the system passes , we're expecting dry and warmer conditions for the rest of the work week. lots of sunshine into next weekend. we're talking all things political right now. we want to bring in michael to talk about
that. we'll start in ukraine with a situation just continues to get worse and worse. >> right. >> and congress is now rushing to come up with sanctions on what they're going to do to try and hit russia hard. what is it that congress can actually do? >> economic trade. and past legislations. they've done stuff to restrict the amount of infest that russia can make and freeze bank accounts. but a lot of this is symbolic at this point. the big question is, is putin playing for time to allow the russian separatists to essentially create a separate -- i think what you have is are people trying to make an analogy, and what the russians are not saying out loud is more like, what happened with
ucoslavia in the 1990s and back in 1996 which was american intervention. >> do you think this will be as bloody as that? >> i have a feeling there will be some blood shed. the question is whether the separatists do something that the russians may think is a step too far, but provokes a reaction back. then you might see russia get involved. right now you see a lot of unmarked uniforms and tanks running around, and they're letting the prorussian militants basically terrorize them into knuckling. and they're hoping to serve fashion with the -- without it getting too messy. >> what was your reaction to
hilary clinton comparing putin with hitler's germany? >> i don't think she overstepped her bounds. i think everyone sort of jumped on the hitler analogy when she never really mentioned hitler, she just mentioned germany. but i don't know if -- putin may or may not have those desires to bring the band back together, but there's a ring of problems for him in that so many of the old soviet states have gone over to that site. 10 are in nato right now. this is one example of a buffer back, especially with the black sea in total control. i don't know for sure. but certainly what putin is doing is he's playing it very low key and trying to create a
situation for a break away, and keep it in that kind -- in that kind of niche so the u.s. won't be tempted to do anything more and then let the sort of self-rule work itself out. >> so he's able to say, it's the will of the people. >> right. which is something we have a hard time swallowing, but we've done the same thing in other places as well. clearly the russians have worked to provoke it, but whether or not in the end buying for time and letting the russian separatists make the case for secession is going to be much harder for the u.s. to combat. >> in the meantime, we watch for the vote which is scheduled for march 17. we'll continue to talk about the bay bridge -- >> yeah. separating. >> the continuing e of the
leaks. >> what's interesting to me, i think we were on a month ago. i said, why don't they take a fire hose and put it on the bridge? apparently, just -- it was reported they did just that. they found multiple leaks, and they're not sure exactly where they all came from. for a $6.4 billion bridge, and something all of us paid for time and time again, it's inexcusable. i don't understand where the outrage is in terms of the elected officials. a little bit here and there, but not asking if an audit of what's going on and whether or not these contracts cut corners. did anything to jeopardize the safety and the people who drive across it. i'd like to see more people in elected office get a
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. president obama will be expanding the california coastal national muneument to include the port arena lands. the action will expand the monument to include over 1600 acre preserve. president clinton created it back in 2000. president obama pledging to preserve more federal lands for future generations. california is benefiting from that now. part of san francisco will
be a block party later today. sunday streets is returning. people are allowed to stroll and bike. the street will be open to foot traffic beginning at 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 in the afternoon. cars won't be allowed to park or drive on the 3-mile pass. this will effect the trolley routes today. if you saw a bicycle rider in the buff saturday, you were not alone. bicycle riders in more than 50 cities turned out for the world naked bike ride. riders say they wanted to protest u.s. dependence on oil. and in case you missed the special on dogs, you have another chance to check it out. we'll take you behind the scenes
. we're back on kron4 news weekend. want to get the forecast. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. this is a view if you look outside. we're waking up to high clouds. we're going to head towards the roof camera here. you can see the high clouds here as well. pretty much widespread cloud cover this morning as we have a system approaching. so taking a look, you can see the system is to the north of us, but it is expectsed to come in the evening hours. by 8:00 this evening, it will
make its way into the north bay. you can see clear by tomorrow afternoon and evening. so it's going to be a short system, not going to last long. we'll take a look at your extended forecast coming up in my full report. china is sending 7 boats -- rescue boats to search for the missing malaysian airliner. national security advisor says it's still too early to determine if foul play was a factor in the missing airplane. safey officials say a team of officials are in route to asia to assist in the investigation of the crash. that includes the ntsb and experts from the faa and boeing. the chief of malaysia's air force says it is possible that the boeing may have tried to reverse course, but no further
details on how far the plane may have veered off course. 2 men had stolen passport which is raising concern about terrorism. officials say there have been up to 4 passengers with suspect identities. >> . >>. police have detained 3 people after a san francisco police officer was shot saturday. we have the wrong video there. we're supposed to be looking at a video of the scene from the helicopter. after receiving reports about suspicious activity involving a car on florida street, 2 officers responded just before 3:00 in the afternoon. the officer behind the wheel approached the car. the officer in the passenger side of the vehicle saw the car backing up and he shot in defense of his
partner, and that's when the driver sped off. >> the passenger officer fired several shots. we'll have to determine how many if any other shots were fired. >> reporter: overnight officers followed a car believed to be associated with the incident. chp attempted to stop the car in richmond. the white sedan didn't stop, so they chased the vehicle. finally the pursuit ended in san jose. 3 people were detained. police say it's unclear if the officer was wounded by the driver or his partner. the officer is 28 years old and recovering at the hospital. breaking news from the peninsula this morning. mountain view police searching for an 11-year-old boy who ran
away from home. his name is bryan lazo. so far police say there's no indication of foul play. he's described as a latino boy, 5-5, 100 pounds. he was wearing a red t-shirt and blue genes. call police with information. one person is dead after a fire in oakland today. the fire was in santa clara avenue. the victim was cooking when he or she fell asleep. another person in the building pulled the alarm and that alerted crews. they found no smoke detectors in the apartment. another example of why you should change the batteries, a smoke detector that went off yesterday alerted a neighbor who called firefighters. this was near golf course drive.
no one could smell any smoke or see any flames, but the fire crews took a closer look and found a fire in the kitchen. when they return, they can thank their neighbor for saving their house. police are looking for 3 am enwho shot -- men who shot up a liquor score. they tried to steal a van from the score yesterday afternoon. police say one man shot the owner in the leg and took off empty handed. the owner is expected to survive. the 3 men were seen driving in a dark blue sedan. in petaluma, men arrested accused of prowling and stealing recent thefts of trucks and vans. police arrested 1 man after he led them on a chase. police found burglary tools and drugs on the suspects. both men were booked into the sonoma
county jail. california's multi billion dollar marijuana industry may be getting some rules and regulations. law makers introducing a bill for pot shops. bills have been introduced before and come and gone, but this one might not, because it has the support from the california police chiefs association and the league of california cities. those are 2 politically influential groups. a green house reduction law is costing companies more than a billion dollars could start costing the rest of us as well. the law will effect places like gas stations. the oil industry says it will make gas prices jump at least 12 cents a gallon. the president says that the extra costs could go as high as 40 cents a gallon, so he's
working on an alternative tax that won't cost as much sniecht the suicide car bomber killed at least 40 people in iraq this morning. the blast went off during the rush hour as cars were waiting to be searches. 13 civilians and 9 security personnel were killed. at least 55 other people were wounded. police say the victim's burn suggests the bomber packed his car with gasoline. nearly 130 organizations have called to access throughout syria. this is helped to alleviate the country suffering -- from the civil war. in a statement, the groups urge all sides to listen to the voice of the international community. the u.n. says more than 9 million syrians are in need of
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. 2 bay area universities are on the latest list of had the top in the world. times higher education ranked stanford 4th. uc berkeley is ranked 8th. cal tech topped the list followed by harvard. and i hope you remembered to spring forward. it began at 2:00 this morning. you should have set your clocks one hour ahead at that time. hopefully you're not an hour late this morning. it's 9:40 right now. the la marathon this morning. many attended the
blessing of the running shoes. the monsignor of our lady of the angels say they can provide support and prayers for the runners. that started at dodger stadium and will end in sapta moncu. still ahead, a deadly shooting breaks out overnight at an ohio night club. we'll have that coming up. and take this live look outside. this is the view under partly cloudy skies. we'll be right back. santa monica it is moncuit is onica it is
. let's check out the weather. we understand there are some changes in store. >> reporter: we have showers approaching. we're going to see an increase in cloud cover. we're waking up to clouds and seeing them here in san from our room camera. so as the system approaches, we're going to see the increase in cloud cover. it's going to start off in the
north bay. so future cast set ahead to 8:00. it will push into the north bay by 8:00 and grow barely making it into the south bay. so dry conditions as we head into tomorrow afternoon. a warmer start today. 59 degrees in oakland. upper 50s in half moon bay. and 54 currently in sana rosa. -- santa rosa. it will be another warm day. 72 in monten mountain view. 71 degrees for pleasanten. 67 degrees here in san francisco. low 70s for oakland. 66 for berkeley. and mainly 60s in it north bay.
64 for santa rosa. if you're headed up to wine country, topping out at 68 degrees. 7 day around the bay, we're expecting plenty of sunshine once the system passes. upper 70s into next weekend. new this morning, the gunman opened fire at a night club in ohio killing 3 men and injuring another. no arrests have been made so far. it's not clear whether the gunman knew any of the victims. the 2 men died at the club and the third died at the hospital. the 4th victim was transferred to the hospital. the military pilot who was killed in a fighter jet crash earlier this month has been identified. it's reed manen. he was killed east of the naval air station in nevada.
he's an illinois native and was a student at the gun school there. he had been to afghanistan twice in his career. he was just 32 years old. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. and this are some terrifying images from florida. this was a plane that got caught in a sky diver's parachute. he was thrown to the ground from 75 feet. the sky diver nor the pilot were seriously injured. they were both rushed to the hospital. this is being called one of the biggest busts. officials say they seized more than $2 million dollars of fake health and beauty projects. they include knockoffs. they were
being sold on the east coast. george zimmerman continues to make headlines around appearing at a florida gun show and signing autographs. the gun show was originally canceled after they learned zimmerman was a special guest, but organizers moved it to a new location. and the story of the pregnant woman who crashed her car in florida. >> she tried to kill her children. >> reporter: the vulugea county sheriff's office show this was no accident. >> she told them to close their eyes and she was taking them to a better place. >> reporter: she drove a mini van filled with her children in the atlantic ocean. it was all caught on tape as kids cried for help. >> we thought it was a joke.
hey, they're having a good time. >> reporter: eyewitness found out quickly the situation was serious. it was him and another onlooker who helped rescue the family. >> we didn't know there was kids. then the back windows rolled down and we heard some kids screaming, and i heard a faint help. i was like, did i hear that? and then they were screaming for help. >> reporter: the children's mother was charged with 3 counts of attempted murder. investigators are told she was in an abusive relationship with her husband, and she came to florida to get away. she had no history of mental illness. but a 911 call was made by a family member just 2 hours before she tried to kill her children. >> it's a wellness call.
(inaudible). >> reporter: poliy they did respond and evaluated her for 30 minutes, but there was no legal right to detain her. >> the woman said i'm going to a shelter. she showed nothing -- there was no display she was a danger to herself or anyone at that time. >> reporter: that was nick reporting. wilson has denied trying to hurt her children and she was just driving too close to the water. a 2-year-old in arizona is being hailed as a hero for saving his mother's life. the toddler tapped into his mother's phone and used her face time app to connect for help. when she was attacked by her dog and badly injured, she was losing blood and passed out. the little girl decided to face time. >> she told me i needed to
second time this season. the sharks are on a streak. they've won 7 straight home games against the canadians. 2 assists for san jose. 4-0 was the final. people are wondering could it be too cold to turn the chicago river green? not according to the man who dyes the river himself. he says although there's ice covering the chicago river now, green dye can still be added to the freezing waters. temperatures in chicago are expected to warm-up this week allowing for rowan and his team to get into the boats and dye the river. you're looking at the river being dyed. this is an iconic staple in chicago. the river has been died every year for the past 40 years. and the 21st annual south
by southwest festival is underway in texas. it's a music festival that is also a great place to preview the technology of tomorrow. what the catching the eye of people is being able to print your own food. this machine is giving a whole new meaning to cookie cutting. it's called the oreo trending vending machine powered by twitter. it's a machine that allows people to create cookies based on trending social conversations. users can choose from 12 flavors and the machine assembles the oreo in less than 2 minutes. it's a step in giving the customer what they want. >> i think one day you'll see a lot of these. it's already being done. i think -- it's not just about the technology. it's really about how do you begun to
understand what consumers want. >> reporter: how does it taste? the international -- the makers of oreo and twitter partnered to show case the vending machine. and a final look at your 7 day around the bay. we have showers pushing in this evening tapering off tomorrow afternoon making way for spring-like conditions for the remainder of the week. lots of sunshine and temperatures in the 70s. >> any rain? >> not in our extended. >> thanks for joining us. we will see you next weekend starting at don't forget kron4 news tonight at 8:00. have a great day. [ male announcer ] get ready tvs and laptops in a u-verse home.
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