Skip to main content

tv   KRON 4 News Weekend  KRON  October 11, 2015 7:00am-10:01am PDT

7:00 am
7:01 am
73 for the bay. 75 inland. high temperatures inland 90. with the bay mid 70s. good topper off for fleet week. put a bow tie on the
7:02 am
festivities today minus the winds. details coming up. jaw dropping performances in the bay area. thousands of people gather in san francisco to watch the blue angels live. >> when our in the number four jet looking up and you see two wings above you it is impressive. >> reporter: up in the skies from inside the cockpit as we had expert interviews on the ground. >> we are getting excited. the guys are inside their jets and preparing to fly out. they'll be in the bay in a few minutes. >> i have thought about this day every day for the past
7:03 am
three months. >> reporter: viewers saw firsthand accounts. pilots broke down every trick. >> we'll do a flat eight. all the way around to the corner marker and roll out. >> reporter: the audience watched as some of the best pilots on the planet produced barrel roll after barrel roll. their shawn tucker pulls off ten in a row all in view of traffic along the bay bridge as thousands lined up. >> my favorite part is when all the airplanes would go up and down up and down. >> i liked when they did the ribbon thing. >> reporter: tourists and locals pick up air show souvenirs on the street. most eyes were focused up in the air. >> my kids are having fun. the air show was incredible, as always. >> reporter: c-) the cockpit of an as 18 hornet.
7:04 am
the jet flown by two other blue angels over san francisco. in the corner of your screen at&t park below. >> that was amazing. after saturday's air show traffic out of san francisco was a nightmare for some drivers. take a look. this is what it looked like at 4:00 p.m. in san francisco. this is how the ride was all the way to the golden gate bridge. fleet week continues today and tomorrow. traffic again expected to back up as the day moves on. our fleet week coverage continues online. we have a full list of events happening throughout the weekend on our website. click on the fleet week banner at the top of the page. more bay area news. a bomb scare in the north bay. police arrested a man after two homemade bombs were found at a golf course. maintenance crews found the device on the 18th fairway of the foxtail golf club along
7:05 am
with a second device that was detonated. the acid bomb was made with a large water bottle and capable of spraying debris 50 feet. the golf course and clubhouse were evacuated for a time. no one was injured. 49-year-old kevin horn was arrested on suspicion of building the devices. african-american churches are under fire in one west oakland neighborhood after complaints of worshipers being too loud. this morning avery harper is at pleasant grove baptist church to see how loud the church services are this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. now i have heard of noise complaints at rowdy house parties and restaurants and bars and nightclubs but never one at a church. pleasant grove baptist church is a church feeling pressure in the west oakland neighborhood to capital down. they confirmed they received a formal complaint from the city
7:06 am
saying the new neighbor say vci worships are too loud. some think it is a clash of the new residents in the area and the churches that have been in these areas for years. they said they'll continue to make joyful noise with four nights of worship services this week. i have a noise meter. i'll be out here to see how loud it gets out here. i'll be here as community members and congregation members start to they arrive this morning. i'll have updates for you through the morning. back to you. >> that is a unique complaint. we'll check in with avery through the morning. authorities are investigating a small plane crash in south lake tahoe. the plane took off shortly before it crashed. two people were on board the plane. their condition is unclear. no one on the ground was injured. the crash caused a brief fire. that was quickly put out. still ahead, two more days of fleet week ahead. we have tips on how to stay
7:07 am
safe if you are headed to the waterfront for festivities. i'm chribosh en ias selin witbloo ots in my lung, itas sious fortunely,y door h a gamelan. treatmt wi xarto® heguys hey, fallysomedy i can lookp to. ..esid arn. relt® iprov to eat and lp ruce e ri of d ande bld cls. xalto is so pven to ruce e ri of roke ineoplwithfib, not usedy a art lveprobm. for opleith ib the's miteinfoatio warfarin, onow xelto d waarinompa ineducg thriskf stke. yoknow i ied rfarin, but e bld teing andiety striions. doni di't he tod on that wetart on relt®. ce ps. fetyirst ke a blo thiers, n't op ting relt® wiout lkinto yr door, ashis y ineaseour sk a bod ct ortrok ile king u mabrui moreasily anit m taklong for eedi to op.
7:08 am
xalto mayncree yo sk obleeng ifou te ceain dicis. xareo®an cse sious anin re cas, tal eedi. get helpightway r unpect bleeding, unusl brsing or tglin if y havhad inal esthia ile xarto® tch r ba pai orny nve omusc reled sis orympts. notake relt® if y havan aificl het valve abnmal eedi. tellour ctorefor all anne medil orentaprocures bere srtinxareo® tellour ctorbout y kiey, ver, orleedg prlems u kn xarto® is the1 prcrib blo thinner in i cla. th's aig w. u kn xarto® its fome. th xelto theranno kwn dtaryd striions motori trtmenwitharel®.. .washe rht me fous. ask yo docr abt xalto.
7:09 am
7:10 am
this remarkable siting on saturday. a great white shark having lunch. a group of tourist witnessing the shark attacking a seal carcus close to the dark. this is first siting of a great white assaulting prey in the area. in hawaii a surfer is recovering in the hospital after he lost his leg from a shark attack. he was helped to shore after the attack. witnesses helped him by using
7:11 am
his surf board leash to tie a tourniquet on his thigh. the shark was 12 feet long. his quick actions ultimately saved the surfer's life. >> he was not walking. his buddies were helping him out of the water. he was limping from what we saw. >> doctors had to amputate most of his leg. he is in stable condition in the hospital now and is in good spirits. here is a live look over the bay bridge. e sounds)
7:12 am
she can rage, and roar, and crack, and storm. but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer. be unstoppable. ♪ can run in high heels. must be a supermodel, righ you don't know "aarp. because aarp is making finding the career you love, no matter what your ag a real possibility. go to aarp.org/possibilities to check out life reimagined for tools, suppor and connections. if you don't thin "i've still got it" when you think aarp, then you don't know "aarp."
7:13 am
find more surprising possibilitie and get to know us at aarp.org/possibilitie but uh, i...oh...i actually tried the online thing... which uh, i dunno. i, i guess i'm just hoping for a caring and nurturing relationship, you know, one th...one that's going somewhere. uh, like i, i take them where they're going and they buy me chevron with techron. i mean, yeah, you know, what can i say, i'm a, i'm a romantic. [ male announcer ] your car takes care of you,
7:14 am
care for it. chevron with techron. care for your car. alright, now i just look desperate.
7:15 am
we are back on kron4 weekend. live outside golden gate bridge this time around. not much of a marine layer today compared to yesterday when it was socked. >> just the little bit you'll have. you have a bay, an ocean and path. it w-uwill be there and show u basically clear skies for the most part. that's' how we are starting the day. as soon as the sun joins we'll get typical mixing going on. we'll have a comfortable breeze. around the perimeter of the bay lower ht
7:16 am
mid 50s up to the north bay. 61 san francisco. new number in the far east bay mid 50s where a big warm up will be fell later on. wait until the seven-day forecast comes around. here's a contrast with numbers yesterday with the dense fog we had. couple degrees behind today we are more clearing aloft. we don't have fog working as a buffer to keep temperatures supported. cloud cover is not much of the issue today. maybe a little along the peninsula for the coastal areas. by in large mostly sunny, smooth sailing for the balance of the day. future cast let's go with temperatures. quickly 60s are out of here by noon. there is the warm up in the sacramento valley. is no as aggressive as the middle of the week. here comes 60s for the entire bay. tonight the 50s don't seem to poke you can out to much except
7:17 am
in the inland valleys. today along the east bay shoreline upper 70s. almeida 75. richmond 75. burkeley 76. east this is where some of the lower 80s are making themselves known a bit. san ramon 82. danville 83. walnut creek 85. we are in a warm up. see the collection of cloud cover from the south, there is tropical moisture. it will knock on our doorstep from the south. you have to throw sprinkles in tuesday night into wednesday. as we see the warm up quickly by tuesday inland valleys may pop 100. 76 at the coast looking good. dropping down with the tropical moisture i mentioned. then the question is, into next weekend will this continue with another threat of rain heading into next weekend? >> we can hope. thank you. thousands of people are packing san francisco's
7:18 am
waterfront for fleet week. as kron4's stanley roberts said it is too hard to find people behaving badly there. stanley is offering tips from previous years if you are planning to head to the waterfront later this morning. >> reporter: i love anything that has to do with fighter jets. since the blue angels are here in town and so are many other people. so here's the deal. if you plan on heading to fisherman's wharf here are do's and don't's. >> don't behave badly. >> reporter: enjoy the fresh seafood. don't double park to grab a bag of cookies, although i understand. do ride your bicycle but don't forget you are required to stop at all stop signs. do read the signs, especially the ones that say no pets on the beach. hey, i'm just trying to save you a ticket. don't ever count your cash in
7:19 am
public. it could make you a target. the way i figure it, if you didn't see me watching you you won't see the bad guy casing you. do enjoy the street performancers but don't get so caught upper not aware of your surroundings. there will be panhandlers. remember you are not required to give them money. this guy has a sign that read give know money or i'll vote for mitt romney. i guess that's one vote for mitt. do leave love notes on random cars. this one reads roses are red, violets are blue, you sparked spectacular we love you. just don't park where ever you please. this car blocking the doors to the bathroom. while the driver and his friend try to see the blue angels. they only move after a u.s. park ranger tells them to move. while this guy is not behaving badly you have to admit his stretching routine is rather
7:20 am
interesting. don't you agree? remember, to never leave your gps like this one and this one and this one in your car. because you are basically saying free gps just break glass. now that's a scary thought, isn't it? yes, the crooks will be fighting over your gps. in san francisco stanley roberts kron4 news. president obama wrapped up his trip to the bay area. the president currently in the middle of a four-day west coast trip. before he left the bay area saturday he spoke at a democratic national committee fundraiser at the theater in san francisco. about 1300 people were there. including rapper kanye west. president obama poking fun at west, who previously said he might make a 2020 presidential run. >> do you really think this country is going to elect a black guy from the south side of chicago with a funny name to be president of the united states? that is crazy!
7:21 am
that is crazy! we'll see what kanye has to say when he gets out here. >> seth curry and some of his teammates on hand. those at saturday's fundraiser paid up to $250 to $10,000 for the. still ahead on kron4 news weekend. highlights from sports after the break.
7:22 am
7:23 am
7:24 am
7:25 am
we are back on "kron4 news weekend." let's turn to college football. stanford was off this week. they'll be taking on ucla on thursday. cal looking to start the season 6-0 taking on utah. let's go to the first quarter. here's quarterback goff to trevor davis. nice pass. 35-yard touchdown to give bears 7-3 lead. second quarter interception. the game was tied at ten. interception at the goal line. that leads to this 54-yard utah touchdown. corey butler with the catch. then later in the second quarter, goff is picked off. pass is deflected and intercepted again. in the fourth quarter with cal down by six, goff is picked off
7:26 am
for the fifth time. later in the quarter cal got a last chance. pass was knocked down. utah wins 30-25. goff five interceptions. cal gets the week off before traveling to southern california to take on ucla. happening today, 49ers are in new york to take on the giants. niners trying to snap the three game losing streak. giants are six point favorites. raiders taking on the denver broncos. with a win today raiders would match their entire win total for all of last year. kickoff is 1:25. let's take you outside for a live look at the golden gate bridge. not a lot of overcast compared to yesterday. that means warmer temperatures on the way. for the weekend off the grid is hosting a picnic and food truck
7:27 am
party. check out some of san francisco's favorite eateries and food trucks and live music. it is happening at the main parade ground at 11:00 this morning. runs until 4:00. it is all free.
7:28 am
♪ great change comes from doing the right thing. like the radical idea that health isn't an industry. it's a cause. so we do things differently. we combine care and coverage. and believe prevention is the most powerful of cures. so forgive us for not going with the flow. we just think the flow should go with us. which makes us rebels with one cause. your health.
7:29 am
we are back on "kron4 news weekend." let's take a live look outside. this is a pretty view from our camera. very nice job out there mother nature. nice day expected around the bay area. warmer but still should be fantastic for fleet week. >> i was going to say mother nature has her water colors out. >> she wanted to sleep in yesterday. >> not only that, we have a good view for sfo. quite a far cry from what it was yesterday. we have the sun coming up. it is a nice greeting for flights coming in.
7:30 am
lets get to the temperatures. we have 60s covering the perimeter of the bay. upper 50s. in the north bay in 50s territory. we are a few degrees cooler this morning than yesterday. the fog acted as a buffer in terms of temperatures falling. san francisco 73 at noon. 73 at 2:00 p.m. winds 5 to 10. air show today temperatures 75 come 2:00 p.m. sunny. keep a breeze in there. again not as heavy as we saw from yesterday. monday's high temperatures getting warmer still. downtown san francisco looking at 80. 85 oakland. concorde pushing 92. there is more of that to come. we'll investigate the seven-day forecast as the inland valleys may see it again. in bay area news this
7:31 am
morning we have an update on news broke earlier this weekend. a deadly crash in freemont that killed an elderly woman friday night happened while she was crossing the street. the crash happened at freemont boulevard and sun dale drive. we spoke with witnesses who saw it in freemont. >> reporter: almost on a daily basis, malcomb crosses freemont boulevard at sun dale drive and each time he said it feels like he is taking a risk. >> people are in a rush. it is the way the intersection is designed. crosswalk comes out too quick. when pedestrian have the right of way there are too many vehicles coming this way. they don't see the pedestrian. >> reporter: the park villa apartments nearby witnessed the crash. >> an older lady was walking across the street coming this way. she had two bags of groceries. the party van came. >> reporter: and stopped at a
7:32 am
red light, headed south on freemont boulevard. investigators say a 77-year-old woman was still crossing the street when the light turned green. that's when the 43-year-old bus driver hit the pedal and ran the woman over. the driver wasn't immediately aware he hit anyone but later stopped and cooperated with police. >> she went down on the street. everybody came around here. you could tell it was too late. >> reporter: after 7:00 p.m. the woman passed away in the intersection. >> someone is not alive because someone is not paying attention. someone is always in a hurry. suicide barrier on the golden gate bridge is one step closer to becoming a reality. officials are look for a construction firm to build the barrier on the bridge. that project scheduled to out to bid on tuesday. a firm could be chosen as early as march. the work could start within weeks after the selection. the entire project expected to
7:33 am
take over three years to complete. the cost roughly $76 million. starting january 1st, eligible voters will be automatically registered when they obtain or renew their drivers license. governor brown approved the legislation making california the second state in the country to have automatic voter registration. the other state is oregon. browns announced the law and says it aims to boost california's voter turnout by registering visitors through the dmv. in november it was estimated over six million californians were not registered to vote. thousands of people crowded the national mall for the 20th anniversary of the million man march. it is meant to encourage responsibilities for people across the country. we have the recap of the peaceful march yesterday in washington, d.c.. >> for 20 years since we tried
7:34 am
to rock the boat they have been trying to right the boat. >> reporter: organizers used the 20th anniversary of the million man march in washington to call for justice. michael brown's senior whose son death sparked the ferguson, missouri protest folk. >> family wants to thank everyone for support. >> reporter: as well as family members of trayvon martin and sarah bland. lewis said young people are the future. no stranger to u.s. policies and scandals, he called out political leaders for corruption and dishonesty. >> if you love god with all your heart and soul mind and strength, nobody could give you
7:35 am
enough money to make you detray yourself. >> reporter: he said the presidential election and the amount spent on lobbyist gifts were a farce. >> there is no government on this earth, not one, that can give the people what the people desire. >> reporter: justice organizers of the march say is a birthright of every human being. in world news, thousands of people gathering in remembrance saturday following the two deadly explosions in turkey. 95 people were killed yesterday. 250 were injured in those blasts. it happened during a peace rally in the nation's capitol. two decide bombers are believed to have caused the explosions. no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. a day of remembrance was met with protests from people who feel the government did not do enough to prevent those
7:36 am
bombings. iran successfully testified a long range surface to surface missle today. it is the first of the kind for the country. it can be position guided until it reaches its target. iran's defense minister says quote, to follow our defense programs we don't ask permission from anyone. iran says the new rocket is capable of scrutinizing targets and destroying them immediately. still ahead on "kron4 news weekend," pumpkin growing contests underway in the bay area. we'll look at how the drought might affect this year's harvest. >> reporter: microsoft unvailed its plans for much hyped about augmented reality head set. wait until you see what it can offer you. that's' next on kron.
7:37 am
7:38 am
7:39 am
7:40 am
much hyped holo lens is a augmented reality set. the company is selling them to create useful applications for the regular person. we'll see what the applications will be and how the device might impact your daily life. >> reporter: this holographic gauntlet is the weapon he'll be using. microsoft showed off when the lens will offer the world of video gaming in the near future. it is like the world comes alive. the room around you is part of
7:41 am
the game. this is not virtual reality. dan is seeing the real world in front of him. he is seeing holograms blended in. it will offer the most realistic experience with any technology. another game they showed up that can be enhanced with hololens. it can be used in your digital and computer life. it will be a tool for designing, collaboration, art, creation, engineers, architects, people designing things can use it as a new way to create. the hololens application will let you turn your lens into 3d project printing capability. for more information on what it will offer visit our website kron4.com.
7:42 am
coming up on "kron4 news weekend," the first democratic primary is just a few days away. we'll show you how hillary clinton and bernie sanders are stepping up campaign efforts. we are looking live outside. san mateo bridge around.
7:43 am
7:44 am
it's, it's positive thinking. and teamwork. yes. okay, so we, were going downtown... so i start thinking, parking space, parking space there was no spaces. but then one appeared, right? positive thinking really works. no it, it really does, you know, like when i need gas, i start thinking techron. mmm. techron. and before i know it, we're pulling into a chevron. you put positive thoughts out there and then i just... oh, wait, are you like, controlling me? n-n-no. your car takes care of you, care for it. chevron with techron. care for your car. that's a long leash.
7:45 am
we are back on "kron4 news weekend." 7:45 this sunday morning. nice shot this early sunday morning of golden gate bridge. not a lot of traffic there. clear conditions today. just a little marine layer there. >> just a touch. with the sun joining us that will mix out through the day. just a breeze today a little
7:46 am
bit. not much that will cause much of a chill in the air. then a warm up earlier in the week which we'll get to in the seven-day forecast. here's the bay bridge. over the hills clouds to make note of. we mentioned some scattered clouds to start your day. this mixing up in the midday hours. temperatures around the perimeter of the bay upper 50s to near 60. up to the north bay it is lower 50s. cooler up there. 60s san francisco. daily tlfccity 58. l1;t=é)+ =(8 future cast 4 warms us up quickly. 70s territory we go. areas popping in the 80s. inland valleys rushing to that. approaching to 90s off towards the sacramento valley. peninsula stays cool. also up towards the north bay when you see cooling affects the marine layer. don't forget high surf today
7:47 am
for beachgoers. 9:00 p.m. here comes the 60s again. covers the entire bay area at early as 9:00 and the sacramento valley overnight. we don't see a lot of 50s poking out. peninsula high temperatures today we are talking about at the coast around 70 in spots. daily city 72. pacifica 68. 70 ocean beach. san francisco 73. south the south bay numbers in the mid 80s. morgan hill 85. mountainville 81. seven-day forecast. what happens? big time warm up. 94. we are talking near 100 by tuesday. then we are watching tropical moisture to the south. maybe some sprinkles. you'll see high clouds on tuesday. maybe more humidity. then we cool off. the big question is the end of next week will we see showers? tba. >> thank you very much. decision 2016 this morning. were a couple days away from
7:48 am
the democratic presidential candidates first primary debate. cnn has more on bernie sanders and hillary clinton as they prepare for tuesday's show down. >> reporter: hillary clinton in washington as she prepares for tuesday's presidential debate. meeting with leaders of the black lives matter movement at the national council of negro women. these days she is take nothing constituency for granted. she would not discuss the pnñ closed door session with the group playing a prominent [@éñr in the democratic primary fight. inside a quick view of clinton captured by participants on social media. >> thank you for the meeting. can you just say hi. >> hi everybody. you are the social media
7:49 am
emperor. >> reporter: vice president joe biden's team reached out to the democratic committee. they asked about details only a 2016 candidate would need. first deadline is october 29th in georgia followed by november 9th in arkansas and november 10th in texas. several people expect biden to make his decision known as soon as next week. >> six weeks after my election my whole world was altered forever. >> reporter: the vice president was said to be furious from the draft biden movement telling friends it treads on sacred ground. the group agreed to pull it saying nobody has more respect for the vice president and his family than we do. we will honor his wishes. all eyes in the democrat party are on bernie sanders who is gearing up for tuesday's debate with giant rallies. soaring crowds have been greeting sanders since the
7:50 am
summer when we caught up with him in phoenix. >> are they underestimating bernie sanders. >> people often have. >> reporter: he is a candidate this fall. >> first democratic primary debate tuesday at 5:30. there will be five candidates in the debate that include former maryland governor martin o'malley. that number could increase to six if vice president joe biden announces his candidacy. the winner of the giant pumpkin weigh off walked away with over $12,000. competitors say it is one of the most rewarding things to see is the progress of their pumpkins can [-6]which can grow- pounds a day. we were in san martin where the drought has been causing havoc on this year's pumpkin patches. >> this year's pumpkin is
7:51 am
really light. >> there was a year when the pumpkins occupied the whole stage. just a pumpkin on its own. the whole stage. this is like the shrunken version. >> reporter: ruby torres may think these are smaller than what she is used to seeing at the pumpkin park. the winning pumpkin came in at over 1700 pounds. much lighter than previous years. >> in 2013 we weighed the world's heaviest pumpkin. world record pumpkin weighing in at 2032-pounds. >> reporter: pumpkins this size consume up to 100-gallons of water a day. jason booth who placed 8th said he had to come up with different techniques to compensate for cutting back on water. >> every grower wants the world record. that hope keeps us all going. >> reporter: regardless of the numbers on the board, families out enjoying the pumpkin patch
7:52 am
are in awe of the enormity of these things. >> once you hit a certain size it doesn't matter. it is impressive to see every year. >> another giant pumpkin weigh off is around the corner. half-moon bay's competition is monday 7:00 to 11:00 at 735 main street in half-moon bay. coming up on "kron4 news weekend," in the middle of fleet week air show a romantic moment between a pilot and his girlfriend. reaction after the break.
7:53 am
here in vineland, home of ogresso, lovovall l nds s chihien soups... but just one kind of chicken. white breast meat chicken every time. so if you're not going to make your own chicken soup tonight, do what we do...make it progresso. this moment is perfect in every way just like my kid gooey...flaky...happy. toaster strudel. now with more icing.
7:54 am
(nature sounds) she can rage, and roar, and crack, and storm. but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer. be unstoppable. ♪
7:55 am
patriots acrobatic team made history at fleet week this weekend not for high flying
7:56 am
moves but romance. there was a marriage proposal made live from the cockpit of a fighter jet. we have details on the unique proposal. >> reporter: love is in the tear, literally. when the patriots jet team took to the skies to do their death defying fleet for fleet p6%twe one pilot decided to take a leap of faith. just as he was about to pull g's he took the opportunity to propose to his girlfriend. let's listen in. >> i would like to to take the next ten seconds to recognize a special woman. i would like to ask her, will you be my wingman for the rest of my life say yes or no before i break? >> yes. >> reporter: there was cell phone video of her. she seems shocked. on air team interpreting her reaction. >> wow! >> that sounded like a proposal to me. >> that is a yes!
7:57 am
look at her. >> will you marry me? >> wow! >> she is jumping up and down. >> get ready for the break. break ready now. >> wow! that was incredible. that was probably the first time ever a pilot from posted from the cockpit during an air show. that was amazing. >> we just made history here on blue angels live. >> thankfully she said yes. >> i guess that's a clear cut case for you. by the way here's the forecast for today's activities. temperatures to approach the middle 70s. sunny skies will prepare this afternoon. a breeze hanging in. probably can hold off on windbreakers. g t the. at c bu ev fat to fant it'shoopg coh, and peoplean sead witht kning .
7:58 am
understa theangeyour w grdchi. talk tyourocto phaacisabou a whpingough ccinion da.
7:59 am
8:00 am
thank you so much for joining us. good morning. >>. fog going on. golden gate, a few scattered clouds to make a note of in the east bay. that will clear up to a mostly sunny low. a little breeze in the forecast for good measure. temperatures on the board, here's how they look.
8:01 am
this compares to what we were this time yesterday, close in the bay area, you can see where we were, yesterday. half moon bay off target. up to the north, you can see that's where we are trailing, compared to yesterday. almost 10 degrees -- cooler this morning, we are experiencing, here is the breakdown for you. 4:00 p.m. , 79, there is the northwest wind, 5-10. downtown san francisco, not as windy, today. as it was from yesterday and your planning forecast, we are talking mostly sunny, temperatures, 73, inland valley, 75, ultimate high temperatures in the lower 80s. 80 at 5:00 p.m. and in the bay, 75, take a look at the seven-day forecast which we'll have for you in a bit there is a bit of precipitation. >> >> all right, dave, thank you. we are talking about jaw dropping performances in the
8:02 am
bay area. thousands will be gathering to watch the blue angels back in action saturday. we brought you their performance here live on kron 4 yesterday. and kay has a look the a all of the high-flying maneuvers. >> reporter: fleet week like no one else in the world. stunning views of the golden gate bridge, topped by death defying stunts as kron brought you a view you would never seen. >> up in the sky, from inside of the cockpit has we had expert interviews on the ground. >> we are getting really excited. right now, the guys are inside their jets, preparing to fly out here. they will be in the bay in a few minutes. >> i have thought about this day every day for the past three months. >> >> reporter: viewers saw firsthand accounts -- >> he is going to go ahead and
8:03 am
do a flat 8 all the way around. he will bring it down to the corner marker. >> reporter: the audience watches some of the best pilots on the planet produced barrel roll after barrel roll. here pilot shawn tucker pulled off 0 in a row. all in traffic on the bay bridge as thousands lined up. >> my favorite part was when all of the airplanes would go up. they were going up and down and up and down >> and i liked when they -- >> tourists and locals picked up air show souvenirs on the streets, but most eyes were focused on the air. >> the air show was incredible as always. where only kron took you inside of the jet, flanked by two other blue angels as they soar over san francisco. in the corner of your screen,
8:04 am
at & t park below what abby. that cass kate kagel reporting. >> >> yesterday, traffic in san francisco, as you might imagine, was a nightmare for a lot of people. this is what it looked like at 4:00 in the afternoon in downtown san francisco, all the way out to the golden gate bridge. bumper-to-bumper traffic. fleet week continues today and into tomorrow and traffic, once again, expected to back up as the day moves on today. >> >> our fleet week coverage continues online. we have a full list of all of the fleet week events happening throughout the weekend on our website. on kron 4. com. a bomb scare in the north bay to tell you about. police have arrested a man after two homemade bombs were found in a golf course. maintenance crews found it on the 18th fairway, along with a second device that had
8:05 am
detonators. police say it was capable of spraying debris across a 50 it foot radius. golf club and courthouse was evacuated for quite a bit of time. no one was injured. a man was arrested on suspicion of building those bombs. >> >> african-american churches on fire after complaints of worshipers being too loud. at the pleasant grove baptist church in oakland. finding out exactly how loud the church services are this sunday morning avery? >> reporter: good morning, marty, as you can see mind me, the doors are open here at the pleasant grove baptist church. some members are already arriving. like you said, some new residents in the neighborhood want them to keep the sounds of their services to a minimum. there is one church in oakland
8:06 am
that feel the pressure to get it down. church officials said they received a formal complaint from the city, though they have been holding services here for almost 60 years. i'm joined by a neighbor, shawn robinson. he has been living here for 10 years. can you tell me what it is like to live next door to the pleasant grove church. >> it's a church, they are friendly -- >> reporter: is it too loud? does it wake you up at night or in the morning? something that makes it uncomfortable for you to live next door. >> they have been here longer to me. they don't say anything when i have parties. i don't say anything. i keep my mouth closed. i don't tell them what to do on their property maybe this is the difference between the renters and people who own and have lived here longer. these people understand it's a
8:07 am
church. >> reporter: there are several churches in the neighborhood. do you think people who are new are the ones saying something? >> probably. usually, they are don't by 9:00 or 10:00, it's quiet and nothing happens. >> reporter: thank you so much, shawn. >> and this morning, we are waiting for the pastor to arrive. we'll be talking to him as he comes in this morning. on the church's facebook page, they say they will be continuing to make what they call joyful noise. they are having four services throughout this week. >> thanks, avery for that report. >> >> still ahead for you. still two more days of fleet week to enjoy, tips on how to stay safe if you are heading to the waterfront for the festivities. plus --
8:08 am
-- oh, my gosh. >> yes, that was a great whitested in san francisco bay. after the break, we'll tell you where it was seen and what makes this sighting so unique.
8:09 am
8:10 am
♪ ♪ grow old with me ♪ let us share what we see ♪ just you and i ♪ ♪ grow old with me ♪ let us share what we see ♪ and oh the best it could be ♪ just you and i ♪
8:11 am
remarkable sighting near alcatraz, saturday, a great white shark having lunch. a group of tourists witnessing it. the director of the local shark conservation group said this is the first recorded signing of a great white assaulting its prey in the area. >> >> here's the daily planner for you from oakland, temperatures upper 70s to near about 80. as we see fleet week continue, today with good temperatures for us, today and also just a little bit of a pleasant breeze. the complete forecast is around the bend when kron 4 morning news continues. >> >> taking a live look outside.
8:12 am
traffic moving nice and easy this early sunday morning. plenty of sunshine there for the weekend, it's a 147th annual italian heritage parade taking part in north beach. enjoy dozens of hand-crafted floats and performances by a variety of italian officials. this is happening fisherman's wharf. it starts at 12:30 and it's free . enjoy
8:13 am
8:14 am
8:15 am
forecast looks pretty good to finish off fleet week. not as much winds from yesterday. there is a look at the san matteo bridge. temperatures on the board, we'll say near 60s in most
8:16 am
locations, 55. 60 for san francisco, but up to the north, still kind of chilly, lower 50s. they are a little bit more behind than yesterday. future cast 4 as we watched a warmup if place. doesn't take too long to get the 70s on the board, painted entirely on the bay that's what happens when you don't have any interference from any clouds. we'll color up, warm up quickly. sacramento valley. not the warmup there. >> >> and then we go to tonight, quick 60s coming back, but we don't see the 50s returning, some of the valleys a little bit. it will not be really chilly, but a cool fall night. temperatures along the east bay shoreline, mid-to up ever 70 says. castro valley, 80 and then we head further to the east and we see some lower 80s, brentwood about 85, livermore, 85. concorde, about 83, so this is
8:17 am
-- there is more to come, a lot warmer as we head into the future. now, what is going to cap that off by tuesday, high clouds across the bay area. that's down here, some tropical moisture, making the venture to the north, but maybe a couple of sprinkles for us tuesday into wednesday and more importantly a system from the north, will bring in ernest rain by the weekend. we are waiting to see if it will coming to. there is the warmup for you by tuesday. 98 for the inland valleys, here come the high clouds and tropical moisture wednesday and by the end of next week, maybe a couple of showers. >> >> thousands of people are packing san francisco's waterfront for fleet week. as kron 4's stanley roberts say, it's all too easy to find people behaving badly. stanley offers tips from previous years if you are you planning to head to the waterfront late later this morning --
8:18 am
don't ever count your cash in public, it could make awe target. the way i figure it, if you didn't see me watching you, you won't see the bad guy casing you. still enjoy the street performance, but don't get so
8:19 am
caught you you don't see your surroundings. there will be panhandlers -- love notes on random cars -- this one reads "roses are red, violets are blue. you sparked spectacular, we love you." don't park where you please. this is blocking the doors of the pot a potties. >> this guy is not behaving badly, you have to admit his routine is interesting. don't you agree. >> >> remember, never leave your gps like this one and this one in your car. you are basically saying free gps, just break glass that's a
8:20 am
scary thought ant it? yes, the crooks will be fighting over your gps. >> >> and if you missed any part of the blue angels performance yesterday, kron4 will have an encore of the show, that's tonight at 7:00 right here on kron 4. >> >> president obama wrapped up his trip to the bay area. the president is currently in the middle of a a four-day west coast trip. before leaving the bay area yesterday, he spoke at a nationallal democratic committee fund-raiser. that was at the warfield theater. 1300 people were there, kanye west. the president previously bicycling fun at west who said he would make a run for president? >> do you think this country will elect a black guy, from the south side of chicago with
8:21 am
a funny name? to be president? >> we'll see what kanye has to say when he gets here. >> warriors star seth currie and some of his teammates on hand. at saturday's fund-raiser paid between $250 and up to $10,000 for the chance to tend. >> >> still ahead on kron 4 news weekend, the battle of unbeaten teams as cal takes on utah, highlights after the break.
8:22 am
8:23 am
8:24 am
(nature sounds) she can rage, and roar, and crack, and storm. but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer. be unstoppable. ♪
8:25 am
we are back on kron 4 news, back to college football. >> >> cal golden bears looking to start the season 6-0 by taking on the youths in salt lake city. first with a touchdown pass -- 35-yards, bears lead 7-3. in the second quarter, game tied at 10, an interception at the goal line, leading to this 54- yard touchdown pass giving utah a seven point lead. later. pass intercepted and deflected, leading to another utah score. in the fourth, another interception, his fifth for goff. pass knocked down, utah will win by a final 30-24. bears now 5-1. cal get as week out before traveling to corn california to take on ucla. >> >> 49ers are in the big apple
8:26 am
to take on the giants, giants are 6 1/2 point favors, kickoff for tonight's game from new york is set for 5:30 this evening. >> >> the raid ares are home teckels see uptaking on peyton manning and undefeated denver broncos, raiders coming off the tough loss against chicago last week. with a win, raiders would match their win total for all of last season. kickoff for today's game set for 1:25 at the coke land coliseum. >> >> golden gate bridge this time around, not a lot of traffic, but a beautiful scene. for the weekend "off the grid" is hosting a picnic and food truck program. you can check out some of san francisco's favorite eateries and food trucks. starts at 11:00 this morning, runs until 4:00 this afternoon and it's free.
8:27 am
8:28 am
8:29 am
8:30 am
temperatures on the board vary, concorde, one of the warmer spots on the map. this contrasts with numbers that are a couple of degrees behind where they were, yesterday, a technicality because the fog 5:00s as a bit of a buffer. san francisco, downtown, looking at 73 by the noon hour. 73 at 2:00 p.m. and we'll drift into the 60s by late afternoon. winds northwestly, 5-10. not up to 15 like we saw yesterday. planning forecast, high noon, 73 for the bay, 75 >> getting to 85 this evening, 75 will do it for the bay and what happened back to work on monday? some 90s to be bound far east bay. perimeter, middle 80s making themselves known. >> >> in bay area news this morning, we have an update to the news we broke to you earlier this weekend. police say the deadly crash in freemont that killed an elderly woman happened when she was
8:31 am
crossing the street. the crash was at the intersection of free metropolitan boulevard and sundale drive. we spoke with withins in freemont. >> reporter: almost on a daily basis, malcom sing says he crosses freemont boulevard at sundale drive and each time, he said it feels like he is taking a risk. >> people are in a rush it's the way the intersection is designed. even when pedestrians do have the right away, there are so many vehicles coming out this way, they done see the pedestrian. >> reporter: sing hess mother manages the apartment billing nearby and describe wad she saw. >> there was an older lady, two bags of groceries, the party van came. >> reporter: stopped at a red light heading south on freemont. investigators say a 77-year-old woman was still crossing the
8:32 am
street when the light turned green. that's when the 43-year-old bus driver hit the pedal and ran the woman over. an officer tells me the driver was not immediately aware he hit anyone, but later stopped and cooperated with police. >> she went down on the street and the lieutenant said it was a mess. everybody came around her, but you could tell it was too late. >> >> reporter: just after 7:00, the woman passed away from the intersection. >> a suicide barrier on the golden gate bridge is one step close tore becoming a reality. officials are looking for a construction firm to build a barrier on the bridge. the project scheduled to go out to bid tuesday. a firm could be chosen as early as march. work would start within weeks of the selection. the entire project expected to take over three years to complete and it will cost
8:33 am
roughly $76 million. governor brown is approving legislation for california to be the second state in the country to have automatic registration. the other state is oregon. in november, it was estimated over six million californians were not registered to vote. >> >> thousands crowded the national mall for the 20th anniversary of the million man march. mary vallone recaps yesterday's peaceful march in washington, d.c >> for 20 years, since we tried to rock the boat, they have been trying to hide the bit. >> reporter: organizers use the 20th anniversary of the million man march in washington to call for justice for groups they say
8:34 am
have been imaginallized. michael brown senior, who is son's death sparked the ferguson, missouri protests spoke >> i want to thank everyone for their supports. >> as well as family members from trayvon martin and sandra bland. nation of islam leader, lewis farrakhan said young people are the future of the cause. >> what good are we if we don't prepare young people to carry the torch. >> reporter: no strange tore u.s. politics and controversy himself, farrakhan called out leaders -- >> if you love god with all of your heart, soul, mind and strength, nobody could give you enough money to make you betray yourself >> reporter: he said the presidential election and the amount given on lobbyist gifts
8:35 am
were a farce there is no government on this earth, not one, that can give the people what the people desire. >> reporter: justice organizers of the march said it's the birthright of every human being. i'm mary vallone, reporting. >> >> turning to world newses, thousands gathered in remembrance following two deadly explosions in turkey. it happened during a peace rally from the nation's capital. two suicide bombers are believed to have caused the explosion, but no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. the day of remembrance was met with protest from people who felt the government did not do enough to prevent the bombings. >> >> iran successfully tested a missile. it's the first-of-its-kind for the country, iran's first long
8:36 am
range missile that can be precision guided until it reaches its target. iran's defense minister said -- iran said the new rocket is capable of scrutinizing its targets and destroying them immediately. >> >> a look at how the you drought might impact this year's pumpkin harvest. >> >> microsoft has unveiled its plans about its reality headset. wait until you see what this can offer you. tperrms e #1on-dwsyalrgy ll.
8:37 am
most aller pil onlcontl one nflaatorsubsnce, flone corolsix. so youre gaterhan ur alrgie flone. six greer tn on thishang evethin when caret crangs t, ali cathu getng rief. onlyicorte mi haa pateed fastissoing rmul it startto rievesudd crangs st. i ner kn whei'llneedelie that'shy inly oosenicotte ni.
8:38 am
it'll be here before you know it. hello, halloween. it's the one night when everybody dresses up. and that includes dinner. unleash the power of dough. give i ia pop. i would kill for something sweet. wanna split that? no...soooo much fat... don't fight your instincts. with 150 calories each, try our new rich & creamy cheesecakes. fiber one. well mainly in traffic. i'm serious. we've been together, what, a super long time. true. and at first it was all business, you know, i'd take him here, i'd take him there. everywhere.
8:39 am
and over the years, we've really bonded. sure. why else would you always buy me chevron with techron? 'cause we need gas. i think it's more than that. i think that you care about me. you're a good friend. best friends? um, uh, yes, best friends. yeah. [ male announcer ] your car takes care of you. care for it. chevron with techron. care for your car. ow. >> my crow soft is unveiling plans for it's much hyped polo lens a reality head set. the company is selling it to developers to create useful applications for the average person. what some of these applications could be and how this device
8:40 am
might impact your daily life. >> this is a weapon -- >> check out the video, it's amazing. microsoft showed off what they will offer in the world of video gaming in the near future. a lens blends the whole world around you, crazy, futuristic, what you are seeing is what dan is seeing it's like the room cups alive. the world around you >> this is not virtual reality. dan is seeing the real world in front of him he is seeing these holograms blended in. >> this lens will offer the most realistic interactive
8:41 am
device we have seen to date. another thing that can be enhanced with it, mindcraft. it's the perfect game for this. the lens will offer a lot more than just games. it can be used in almost every part of your digital and computing life. at first, it will be a tool for designing, collaboration, engineers, architects, people designs things will be able to use this as a newer way to create. >> the studio application will let you turn your holograms into 3d objects. for more demonstrations on what the polo lens will offer, visit our mobile app. >> >> still ahead on kron 4 news. the first democratic primary debate is just a few days away. how democratic front runners hillary clinton and bernie sand ares are stepping up their campaign efforts. >>
8:42 am
>> taking a live look outside. san mateo bridge, not a lot of traffic. the street festival in oakland, you can you enjoy live music, paired with gourmet foods and food trucks. it takes up nearly a mile, college avenue, starts at noon and runs until 6:00 and it's free.
8:43 am
8:44 am
(nature sounds) she can rage, and roar, and crack, and storm. but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer. be unstoppable. ♪ ♪ ♪
8:45 am
it took the rockettes years to master the kick line. but only a few moves to master paying bills on chase.com technology designed for you. so you can easily master the way you bank. we are back on kron 4 week. let's look outside. a beautiful view of the golden gate bridge. >> thanks are off to a good start when you can see boats powering at first light. >> we have clear skies, not too much -- patchy fog making up for a good day ahead. a look at sfo. no problems there, either, nice blue skies to greet us. let's look at what we do have from space, intrusion of a few
8:46 am
scattered clouds overnight. we are watching tropical moisture expected to bubble up. this will be a player late tuesday afternoon. not too soon to intrude on our high temperatures, but maybe a little sprinkle if possible tuesday night, shifting our focus to a cooler trend, when we want to shoot for another shoot of fall. maybe we can get the showers as we finish off the week. >> >> temperatures on the board, right now, upper 50s to near 60, richmond, 63 already. up to the north bay. pretty much of a 50 mix. you won't have as much of the winds as we have from yesterday although it will be a pleasant breeze. 50s, hasn't warmed up there yet, future cast shows, as you can see the entire bay area in the 70s and certainly popping into the 80s by this afternoon for the far east bay and the south bay as well. into tonight, 60s come back, but we don't see the pockets,
8:47 am
maybe a few, 50s here and there, but more for the most part, 60s will cover most of the area. 70 along the coast, it will be warming up there for tuesday. watch out for the high surf that you have to deal with, today. 68 pacificka. half moon bay, 70. brentwood city up to 81. heading to the south bay, this is where the mid-to lower 80s will be found seven-day forecast, to 98, come tuesday, high clouds and all of that come in, the tropical moisture, maybe some sprinkles, claps of thunder in monterrey bay. then, we want to watch a system to our northwest. rain with cooler temperatures finishing off the week >> decision 2016, we are a couple of days away from the democrat candidate's first primary debate. jeff delaney has more on bernie sanders and hillary clinton as
8:48 am
they prepare for tuesday's showdown. >> >> hillary clinton in washington as she prepares for tuesday's presidential debate. meeting with leaders of the black lives matter movement at the national council of negro women. she is taking nothing for granted, these days. she wouldn't discuss the closed door sessions of the group suddenly playing a significant role in the democratic primary. but inside, a quick view of clinton captured by participants. >> thank you so much for the meeting. can you just say, "hi,"? >> hi everybody. the democratic presidential race could be on the cusp of becoming nor negative, joe biden reached out to the democratic national committee. they asked about valid details
8:49 am
and other things that only a 2016 candidate would need. -- several people close to biden tell cnn they expect him to make his decision known as soon as next week. >> six weeks after my election, my whole world was altered forever. >> the vice president was said to be fewerrous at this add. the group agreed to pull it, saying "nobody has more respect for the vice president and his family than we do. obviously, we will honor his wishes." all eyes in the democratic party are also on bernie sanders, who is gearing up for tuesday's debate with morallies. those soaring crowds have been greeting sanders since the summer, when we caught up with him in phoenix.
8:50 am
>> are they underestimating person in sanders? >> people often have. i'm in this race to win. >> the first democratic primary debate set for tuesday at 5:30. there will be a total of five candidates in the debate, including former maryland governor martin o mali, but the number could increase to six if vice president biden announces his candidacy before the debate. >> >> the winner of the cg farms giant pumpkin weigh in walked off with $12,000 grand prize competitors say one of the most rewarding things to see is the progress of their pumpkins, which can grow up to 40-pounds a day, alicia reid was where the farmers say the drought caused havoc on the pumpkin patches. >> reporter: just a pumpkin on its own -- >> this one is like a shrunken
8:51 am
version. >> ruby may think these are a lot smaller than what she is used to seeing the winning pumpkin came in at over 1700- pounds, much lighter -- >> in 2013, we weighed the world's heaviest pumpkin, weighing in at 2,032-pounds. >> reporter: pumpkins this size can consume up to 100 thousand gallons of water a day. >> they grow so fast. they get so big. >> reporter: jason said he has had to come up with different techniques to compensate on cutting back on water. >> every grower wants to have the big one, the world record. that's what keeps us going. >> reporter: regardless of the numbers on the board, families out enjoying the pumpkin patch are still in awe of these. >> still very impressed every
8:52 am
single year. >> >> another giant pumpkin weigh off is around the corner, half moon bay's competition kicks off tomorrow from 7:00 to 11:00 in the morning. 735 main street and there should ab big crowd as there always is. >> >> coming up, we are in the middle of fleet week, air show. there was a romantic moment between a pilot and his girlfriend. we'll show you that and the reaction, after the break. >> >> let's go ahead and take you outside. a live look at sfo looking picture perfect and for the weekend, the great fall crystal fair. you can check out crystals, minerals and jewelry from 40 vendors. it starts in about an hour at 10:00 this morning. the event is $8 to attend. please sir, i want some more. more? he has asked for... thank you.
8:53 am
well he did say please... yes he did. and thank you. please and thank you. pass it on. (crowd of children) thank you. (crowd of children) thank you. en ias selin witbloo ots in my lung,h itas sious fortunely,y door h a gamelan. treatmt wi xarto® heguys hey, fallysomedy i can lookp to. ..esid arn. relt® iprov to eat and lp ruce e ri of d ande bld cls. xalto is so pven to ruce e ri of roke ineoplwithfib, not usedy a art lveprobm. for opleith ib the's miteinfoatio warfarin, onow xelto d waarinompa ineducg thriskf stke. yoknow i ied rfarin,
8:54 am
but e bld teing andiety striions. doni di't he tod on that wetart on relt®. ce ps. fetyirst ke a blo thiers, n't op ting relt® wiout lkinto yr door, ashis y ineaseour sk a bod ct ortrok ile king u mabrui moreasily anit m taklong for eedi to op. xalto mayncree yo sk obleeng ifou te ceain dicis. xareo®an cse sious anin re cas, tal eedi. get helpightway r unpect bleeding, unusl brsing or tglin if y havhad inal esthia ile xarto® tch r ba pai orny nve omusc reled sis orympts. notake relt® if y havan aificl het valve abnmal eedi. tellour ctorefor all anne medil orentaprocures bere srtinxareo® tellour ctorbout y kiey, ver, orleedg prlems u kn xarto® is the1 prcrib blo thinner in i cla. th's aig w. u kn xarto® its fome. th xelto theranno kwn dtaryd striions motori trtmenwitharel®.. .washe rht me fous.
8:55 am
ask yo docr abt xalto.
8:56 am
patriots arrow battic team made headlines because of a proposal. with the details behinded unique proposal. >> love is in the air. >> literally. >> when the patriots jet teams went to the skies to do their death defying feats for fleet week, one fighter decided to take a leap of faith. he was about to pull some g's he took the opportunity to propose to his girlfriend. let's listen in on his two way radio from his cockpit. >> i would like to take a few minutes to recognize a great woman, and ask her, would you be my wingman for life? >> the on air team interpreting her reaction. >> wow. >> that sounded like a proposal. >> yes. that is a yes.
8:57 am
wow, that was incredible. the first time ever a pilot proposed from the cockpit. >> thankfully, she said yes. . >> >> that was vickie reporting for us. if you missed any of the blue angels performance, kron 4 will have more coverage airing tonight at 7:00 and you will be able to see the proposal again. >> >> forecast for more activities going on today, temperatures in the mid--p 07s by 2:00 p.m.
8:58 am
for the air show going forward. stick around. another hour of kron 4 morning news.
8:59 am
9:00 am
good morning, thank you for joining us. our forecast should be warmer today. >> it will be a pleasant breeze here's the golden gate bridge for you, a lot of blue. cellphones charged, all of the tom daschles going, we'll get to that in a second. we did have the intrusion of a few scattered clouds overnight. what we are watching up stream
9:01 am
is tropical moisture to the south. that will be seen tour venturing here by tuesday. what you really want to watch is the system to the northwest, bringing us a couple of showers numbers on the board, right now, mid-60s for oakland. san matteo a little cooler. north bay, catching up with the upper 50s. here's a breakdown for you for san francisco. wins not as intrusive, 73, 73 will do it at 2:00 and back in the 60s in the late afternoon. breakdown for today, we are talking 69 for the coast, 73 for the bay. 75 inland, the inland temperatures getting into the lower 80s. but the bay still holding in the mid-70s. >> >> all right, dave, thank you so much. we are talking about jaw
9:02 am
dropping perform ans in the bay area thousands gathered in san francisco to watch the blue angels back in action saturday. we brought you there performance live here on kron 4 saturday afternoon. kay has a look at all of the high-flying maneuvers. >> reporter: san francisco does fleet week like nowhere else in the world. stunning views topped by death defying stunts, kron brought you are few you never had seen. >> from inside of the cockpit. expert interviews on the ground. >> now, guys are in their jet, they are preparing to fly over the bay in a few minutes >> i have thought about this day every day for the past three month months. >> reporter: viewers saw
9:03 am
firsthand accounts. >> sticky is going to go a flat 8 all the way around. he will bring it around the corner marker. >> the audience watched as the best pilot pilots on the planet did barrel roll after barrel roll. traffic on the bay bridge as thousands lined up >> my favorite part was all of the airplanes would go up and down, up and down. >> reporter: tourists and locals picked up their air show souvenirs on the street, but most eyes were focused in the air. >> if they are having fun, the air show was incredible as always. >> only kron taking you into the inside of the cockpit. blue angels soaring over san
9:04 am
francisco. in the corner of your screen at & t park below. >> >> if you missed part of the blue angels performance saturday, kron 4 will have another performance airing tonight at 7:00 on kron 4. after yesterday's air show, traffic outside of the area was a nightmare for some. this was the scene all the way to the golden gate bridge. feet week continues, so traffic is expected to be heavy again as we move through the day. >> >> our fleet week coverage continues online. we have a full list of all fleet week events happening throughout the weekend. all on our website. kron 4. com. click on the feet week banner at the top of the home page. >> >> breaking news out of oakland, police are investigating a double homicide in the freightvale district.
9:05 am
two men shot and killed on the 3600 block -- police have not reliced a description of the suspect and no arrests have been made. >> >> a bomb scare to tell you about in the north bay. police have arrested a man after two homemade bombs were found at a golf course. maintenance crews found the device on the 18 atmosphere fairway at the golf club, along with a second device that had detonated already. the as id bomb was made with a large bottle water. the bomb squad detonated that device. golf club and clubhouse were evacuated. no one was injured. a man was arrested on suspicion of building that device. >> african-american churches under fire in one neighborhood after complaints of worshipers
9:06 am
being too loud. avery has more. >> reporter: here, members are starting to arrive, some new residents in the neighborhood said they want to keep the worship service noise down to a minimum. church officials confirmed they received a formal noise complaint from the city, though they have been holding services here for 60 years. i just spoke to a neighbor that lives directly next door. he said he has been living here for 10 years and never had a problem with the church. according to church's facebook page, they say they will continue to make joyful noise four nights church services don't begin until 11:00, but i'll be here with a noise meter to see how loud it gets.
9:07 am
back to you. >> > >> authorities are investigating a plane crash. the plane took off before the lake tahoe airport shortly before it crashed. two were on board, but their conditions are unclear. the crash caused a brief fire, but that was quickly put out. we have still two more days of fleet week and we have tips on how you can stay safe if you are heading to the waterfront festivities, plus >> that's a great white. >> that was a great white spotted in san francisco bay. after the break, we'll tell you where it is seen and what makes this sighting so unique. [announcer] you're on the right track to save big
9:08 am
during sleep train's triple choice sale. for a limited time, you can choose up to 48 months interest-free financing on a huge selection of tempur-pedic models. or choose to save $300 on beautyrest and posturepedic mattress sets. you can even choose $300 in free gifts with sleep train's most popular stearns & foster mattresses. the triple choice sale ends soon at sleep train. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪
9:09 am
great change comes from doing the right thing. like the radical idea that health isn't an industry. it's a cause. so we do things differently. we combine care and coverage.
9:10 am
and believe prevention is the most powerful of cures. so forgive us for not going with the flow. we just think the flow should go with us. which makes us rebels with one cause. your health. >> we with back here on kron 4,
9:11 am
a great white shark attacking a seal, close to the docks. the director of the local shark conservation group said this is the first recording sighting, a great white assaulting its prey in the area. >> >> in hawaii a surfer is recovering after he lost his left leg in the shark attack. he he lives on the island of aohu. withins say they helped cook by using his surf board leash to tie a town wet on his thy. the withins say the shark that bit cook was 12 feet long. authorities say the group's quick actions ultimately saved the surfer's life. >> all of his buddies were surrounding him, helping him out of the water. he is kind of limping. >> cook's doctors had to amputate most of his left leg.
9:12 am
he is in good spirits. >> >> air show forecast. temperatures in the mid-7 0s by 2:00 p.m. , sunny skies, a little breeze by late this afternoon. kron 4 morning news continues. >> >> we are taking this live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. plenty of sunshine. for the weekend. it's 147th annual italian heritage parade going on in north beach. it's all happening along fisherman's wharf. it starts at 12:30. the parade is free.
9:13 am
9:14 am
9:15 am
we are back on kron 4 weekend -- let's look at the forecast. >> beautiful shot. i remember looking at those places last week, fog at the
9:16 am
golden gate, people were taking pictures. >> we don't have that issue today, great picture taking. here's a look at numbers for you on the board. 65, downtown -- up to north bay, already starting to accelerate into the upper 50s territory. they were falling behind as everybody else was warm warming up let's watch the warm jump on future cast 4. we don't have the fog, today. there goes the green snap like that, everybody goes into the 70s an later on this afternoon, into the 80s. going into tonight, here come the 60s. overnight, we don't do too much more in terms of the 50s. maybe livermore will drop a
9:17 am
little more, but for the most part, everybody will check into the 60s, with essentially mostly clear skies. mid-to upper 70s at work for most of the east bay shoreline. union city may be 78, hayward, 75. but, further to the east, that's where the numbers pop, lower 80s to mid-80s, livermore, 85, brentwood, 85, looking into he future. tropical moisture to the south that's a player for tuesday afternoon, evening, high clouds, maybe some sprinkles tuesday night after we warm up. look at the warmup we see for tuesday. 98 for the inland valleys and even to the beaches, mid-70s, then we cool off into next week and want to watch out for showers. >> high 90s, mid-october. thank you, dave. >> >> thousands of people are packing san francisco's waterfront for fleet week. it is all too easy to find people behaving badly there.
9:18 am
stanley has these tips from previous years if you are planning to head to the waterfront later this morning. >> i love anything that has to do with fighter jets and since the blue angels are here in town, i'm excited and apparently so are many others. >> so, here's the deal. if -- here are a few do's and don't's. >> if you come to fisherman's wharf for fleet week, don't behave badly. >> reporter: don't double park so you are just grab a bag of cookies, although i understand. do ride your bicycle, but don't forget, you are required to stop at all stop signs. don't ever count your cash
9:19 am
in public, it could make awe target. if you don't see me watching you, you don't see the bad guy casing you. >> enjoy the street performers, but don't get so caught up that you don't notice your surroundings. do leave love notes on random cars. this one reads -- just don't park wherever you please. this car is blocking the doors to the port-a-potty. they only move when the park rangers tell them to. though this guy is not behaving badly, you have to admit that
9:20 am
his stretching routine is something. the crooks will be fighting over your gps in san francisco, stanley roberts, kron 4 news. >> >> if you missed any of the blue angels performance, kron 4 will have an encore presentation tonight. >> >> president obama wrapping up his trip to the bay area. he is currently in the middle of a west coast trip. before leaving, he spoke to a democratic national committee fund-raiser in san francisco. 1300 people were there, including rapper kanye west. the president, poking some fun at west, who previously said he might make a "20/20" presidential run. >> do you really think that this country is going to elect
9:21 am
a black guy from the south side of chicago with a funny name to be president of the united states? [ cheers and applause ] >> that's crazy. all right -- we'll see what kanye has to say when he gets out here >> warriors star, steph currie and his teammates were on hand yesterday. those at saturday's fund-raiser paid between $250 to $1,000 for a chance to attend. >> >> into the battle of unbeaten teams in college football as cal takes on utah. highlights, coming up after the break. >> is there we are taking this live look outside. approach to the san raphael bridge. no traffic to speak of. for the weekend, bay area pet fair and adopt a ton, a lot of give aways, food trucks, too. there will be over 1,000 adoptable dogs, cats and small animals. it's happening at the marin
9:22 am
fair grounds, it's running until 5:00 and it's free to attend. you know it. they just, they ignore us. totally. it's like we're only here to serve them. yeah, that's what i been saying. but then they turn around and fill you up with chevron with techron. i guess we're doing something right. yeah but, come on, humans? humans are weird. [ male announcer ] your car takes care of you, care for it. chevron with techron. care for your car. and what's up with the cat? [ laughter ] [ laughter ] got my eye on him.
9:23 am
9:24 am
and what's up with the cat? [ laughter ] in a remote village lived raymond. his internal clock was off, so he'd wake people for breakfast at all hours. while most were annoyed by raymond, one man was inspired. to serve breakfast all day with freshly cracked egg, ham, grilled bacon and savory sausage. the loaded breakfast sandwich.
9:25 am
jack in the box. home of breakfast served all day. back on kron 4 news weekend -- cal looking to start the season 6-0, taking on fifth ranked utah youths. let's go to the highlights. goff to trevor davis. giving them a lead. goff's pass intercepted at the goal line, leading to this 54- yard touchdown strike, giving utah a seven point lead. later, goff intercepted again, leading to another utah score. let's go to the fourth. cal down by 6, goff picked off, again, his fifth interception. last chance for cal in the fourth quarter, deflection.
9:26 am
cal loses 30-24 to utah. cal get as week off before traveling to southern california to take on ucl. meantime, the raiders are at home taking on peyton manning and undefeated denver broncos. raiders coming off the tough loss in the game against chicago. kickoff tor today's game is set at 1:25 and for giants fans, keeping an eye on the dodgers, last night's playoff game against the mets. take a look at how chase utley flying into second base. dodgers would end up with a
9:27 am
come from behind victory, winning by a score of 5-2. >> >> let's take a live look outside. golden gate bridge, beautiful views there and for the weekend, off the grid is hosting the picnic food trucks party. you can check out some of san francisco's favorite eateries, food trucks and live music. this is happening starting from 11:00 to running until 4:00 and its free to attend. (nature sounds) she can rage,
9:28 am
and roar, and crack, and storm. but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer. be unstoppable. ♪
9:29 am
welcome back 9:29 this sunday morning. taking a live look at the some folks taking a stroll. it should be a very nice day for doing what you want to do around the bay area. we should have warmer temperatures. here is meteorologist, dave, to
9:30 am
tell us more about that. >> a little candlelight vigily, the sun is out there to keep you warm. all of the elements are kind of working in our favor. we can see so much today than we did yesterday, because of fog hanging around so long. not the case, today, we have the clear skies, sun almost from the beginning. here's a look at the live look at the san matteo bay. temperatures, speaking of which, 65 oakland, 64 concorde to the far east bay. now, most of the readings are in the 60s. we still see some 50s holding on here and there. north bay has been pretty much trailing a little bit, now, they are snapping back. you can see contrast to yesterday. the sun has been up for a couple of hours. we are actually a couple of degrees ahead from yesterday. here's the bridgedown in oakland. 4:00 p.m. at 78 and tracking our winds, a
9:31 am
southwest breeze 5-10. here's the daily planner. still hanging around, mid-70s late afternoon, evening, mostly sunny will do it. 80 or so for the inland valleys, warm enough for the rest of the week. we'll have more on that. >> >> an update on the news we broke to you earlier. police are saying the deadly crash in freemont that killed an elder woman friday night happened when she was crossing the street. police spoke with witnesses in freemont. >> reporter: almost on a daily basis, malcom said he crosses freemont at sundale drive and each time, sing said he feels like is he taking a risk. >> people are often in a rush the way the intersection is designed. even when pedestrians do have the right of way, so many
9:32 am
vehicles are coming this way. they don't see the pedestrians. >> reporter: sing's mother manages apartment billing near, witnessed the crash and described to her son what she saw. >> there was an older dayy walking this way. she had two bags of groceries, the van came and -- >> reporter: investigators say a 77-year-old woman was still crossing the street when the light turned green. that's when the 43-year-old bus driver hit the pedals and ran the woman over. an officer tells me the driver was not immediately aware he hit anyone, but later stopped and cooperated with police. >> she went down on the street and the lieutenant said it was a mess. everyone came around here her, but you could tell it was already too late. >> reporter: just after 7:00, the woman passed away in the intersection. >> a suicide barrier on the
9:33 am
golden gate bridge is one step closer to becoming a reality officials are looking for a construction firm to build the barrier. the bid going out tuesday an the a firm could be chosen as early as march. the entire project expected to take over three years to complete and costs roughly $76 million. >> >> starting january 1st, eligible voters will be automatically registered when they obtain or renew their drivers license governor brown approving the legislation, making california the second state in the country to have automatic registration. the first state was oregon. in november, it was systemed that over six million californians were not registered to vote. >> >> thousands crowded the national mall for the 20th anniversary of the million man march. a day meant to bring attention
9:34 am
to oppression and to encourage responsibility of communities across the country. mary vallone, recaps yesterday's peaceful march in washington, d.c >> reporter: organizers use the 20th anniversary of the million man march in washington to call for justice for groups they say -- >> reporter: family members of trayvon martin and sandra bland. the event's theme was "justice or else " >> nation of islam leader lewis farrakhan said young people are the future of the cause. >> what good are we if we don't prepare young people to carry the torch. >> entrainer to u.s. politics and scandal himself, farrakhan
9:35 am
called out political leaders for corruption and dishonesty >> if you love god with all of your hearts, soul, mind and strength, nobody could give you enough money to make you betray yourself. >> >> reporter: he said the presidential election and the amount spent on lobbyist gifts were a farce. >> there is no government on this earth, not one, that can give the people what the people desire. >> >> reporter: justice organizers of the march said it is a birthright of every human being. >> turning to world news, thousands gathered. 95 people were killed in turkey, another 195 injured in the blast. it happened during a peace rally in the facial's capital.
9:36 am
two suicide bombers are believed to have caused the exmotion, but no groups that claimed responsibility for the attack. the day of remembrance was met with protest for those who did not feel they had done enough. >> >> iran test fired a missile today. this is the first of a kind for the country, iran's first long range miss el that will be precision guided until it reaches its target. >> still ahead, pumpkin growing contests underway in the bay area. a look at how drought can have an impact on this year's target. >> >> microsoft have unveiled
9:37 am
their plans about their reality headset. wait until you see what it can offer you.
9:38 am
9:39 am
9:40 am
>> microsoft unveiling plans for it's much hyped lens, augmented realsy headset. the company is selling devices to developers so they can use it to create applications this is a weapon that -- >> check out this video, it's amazing, microsoft showed off what the polo lens will offer the world of video games in the near future. >> the lens blends the real world around you, crazy,
9:41 am
futuristic. >> what you are seeing is what they are saying. >> it's like the room comes alive. the room around you in the part of the game. this is not virtual reality. dan is seeing the world in front of him, but he is seeing the holograms blended in. this will offer the most inter5:00 shave experience we have seen. another one shown off, mindcraft, you can build virtual 3d worlds. it will offer a lot more than gaming. it will be used >> it will be a tool for designs, for collaboration, art, creation, engineers, architects, people designing things will be able to use this as a new way to create. you can even turn your holograms into physical objects
9:42 am
with 3d capabilities. for more on what they will offer, visit our website or our mobile happen. >> >> and still ahead on kron 4, the first pry mary debate a couple of days away. we will show you how front runner hillary clinton and bernie sanders are stepping up their campaign effort let's take a look outside. san matteo bridge. street festival in oakland, enjoy live music. it takes up nearly a mile of college avenue. it starts at noon, runs until 6:00 and it is free to attend. uhhh, it is a little awkward being on the market again...
9:43 am
but uh, i...oh...i actually tried the online thing... which uh, i dunno. i, i guess i'm just hoping for a caring and nurturing relationship, you know, one th...one that's going somewhere. uh, like i, i take them where they're going and they buy me chevron with techron. i mean, yeah, you know, what can i say, i'm a, i'm a romantic. [ male announcer ] your car takes care of you, care for it. chevron with techron. care for your car. alright, now i just look desperate.
9:44 am
9:45 am
>> we are back on kron 4 news weekend. >> >> looking at the golden gate bridge. perfect conditions if you like
9:46 am
sunshine and blue skies. >> who doesn't? >> we could use some rain, maybe we'll get some later this week. for now, we are high and dry. >> and heighting up >> you will see that in the seven-day forecast. here's a look at temperatures for us, oakland, 65, richmond, 63. napa checking in at 65. heading up to the north bay, there you go, santa rosa. peninsula, lower 607s, warmup. 60s gone pretty quick by the noon hour, warm up into the afternoon. 80s at work. also, down to the south bay, too. we don't get into the coast, but even parts of the north bay will get into the 80s territory. quickly recovering into the 60s. but overnight, we don't see too much in the way of generous pockets of 50s overnight, so pretty pleasant. while the marine layer rolled back in, fog in typical fashion. we are into a warmup phase, here's a look the a peninsula
9:47 am
numbers, 72 daily cities. 68 for pacificka. downtown san francisco at 73. this go round not as windy as yesterday. heading further to the south. south bay, a lot more generous 80s to be had. expect a warming trend beyond that point, before we get there, we will see a little in the way of high clouds starting toiled about we'll get the big warmup tuesday, afterwards, tropical moisture down there, spinning around. that may be enough to provide us with a couple of sprinkles for tuesday night. more importantly, some thundershowers in monterrey bay, but, then up to the northwest, we are hoping a system might come in and bring us ernest rain into next weekend. as for now, it stands like this, the big warmup tuesday. a couple hundreds may break. tropical moisture, modest temperatures to finish off the week and waiting to see if we'll get some rain. >> >> as we continue to rate, all right, thank you, dave, decision 2016, we are two days
9:48 am
away from the democratic candidates first primary debate. jeff delaney with more on bernie sanders and hillary clinton as they prepare for tuesday's showdown. >> reporter: hillary clinton in washington as she prepares for tuesday's presidential debate pleating with leaders of the black lives matter movement at the national council of negro women. these days, she is taking nothing for granted. >> set clinton, how was the meeting. >> reporter: but inside, a quick view of clinton captured by participants on social media. >> thank you so much for the meeting. can you just say, "hi," >> hi, hi, everybody. >> you are the social media empour or. >> democratic presidential race could be on the cusp of
9:49 am
becoming more competitive. joe biden's committee asked for valid deadlines and other details only a 2016 candidate would need. time is running out to qualify for the ballots. the first deadline -- followed by november 9th in arkansas and november 10th in texas. several people close to biden tell cnn they expect him to make the decision known as soon as next week. >> six weeks after my election, my whole world was altered. the vice president was said to be fewerrous the this emotional add from the draft biden movement, telling friends it treads on sacred ground. the group agreed to pull it, saying "no one has more respect for the vice president and his family than we do. obviously, we will honor his wishes " >> all eyes in the democratic party are on bernie sanders, gearing up for tuesday's debate with morallies.
9:50 am
those soaring crowds have been greeting sanders since the summer, when we caught up with him in phoenix. are you they under estimating bernie sanders? >> people often have under estimated me, i'm in the race. we are in it to win. >> the first democratic primary debate is set for tuesday at 5:30. there will be a total of five candidates in the debate, including former maryland governor martin o mali. the number could increase to six if vice president biden announces his candidacy before the debate. >> >> turning to bay area news, the winner of the giant pumpkin weigh off walked away with over $12,000 grand prize. one of the most rewarding to see is the progress of their pumpkins, which can grow up to 40-pounds a day. contest tans said the drought caused havoc on this year's
9:51 am
pumpkin patches. >> >> this year's competition was really light. >> just a pumpkin on its own, the whole stage. this one is like a shrinking version. >> reporter: the winning pumpkin came in at over 1700- pounds, much lighter than previous years. >> in 2013, we weighed the world's heaviest pumpkin weighing in at 2032-pounds. >> reporter: pumpkins this size can consume up to 1,000-gallons of water a day. >> they get so big, grow so fast. >> reporter: jason said he has had to come up with different techniques to compensate on cutting back on water. >> everyone wants to win the world record. that hope is what keeps us going. >> reporter: regardless of the
9:52 am
numbers on the board, families enjoying the pumpkin patch are still in awe of the enormity of these things. >> another giant pumpkin weigh off around the corner, half moon's bay competition kicks off tomorrow, 7:00 to 11:00 in the morning. always a big crowd there >> still ahead, in the middle of the fleet week air show, a romantic moment between a pilot and his girlfriend, we'll show you that and the reaction, after the break. >> is there we are taking a live look outside at sf o, picture perfect conditions for the weekend, the great fall crystal fair going on. check out crystals, minerals and jewelry at the community center at 10:00. starting in eight minutes the cost of the event is $8 to sustained of
9:53 am
and roar, attend and storm. but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer. be unstoppable. ♪
9:54 am
9:55 am
9:56 am
patriots arrow battic team made history, not for its air moves, but for a proposal. vickie has the details on a very unique proposal. >> love is in the air. when the patriots jets took to the skies to take their death defying feats. one fighter decided to take a leap of faith. he is about to pull some g's and took the opportunity to propose to his girlfriend let's listen in on his two way radio. will you be my wingman for the rest of my life? >> cell phone video of her. on air team interpreting her reaction. >> wow, that sounded like a
9:57 am
proposal. >> that is a "yes." >> it was a "yes." >> cow, that was incredible. that's the first time ever that a pilot has proposed from the cockpit. that was amazing. >> we have just made history on blue angels live. >> thankfully, she said "yes." >> >> and that was vickie reporting for us this morning. if you missed any part of the blue angels report, kron will have a repeat of that coming up later on today. >> have yourself a great week, we'll see you next weekend,
9:58 am
enjoy the day. [announcer] right now at sleep train,
9:59 am
get up to 48 months interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. save $300 on beautyrest and posturepedic. or choose $300 in free gifts with stearns & foster. the triple choice sale ends soon at sleep train.
10:00 am
. (applause) well, god bless you. it's always a joy to come into your homes and if you're ever in our area please stop by and be a part of one of our services. these are the finest people in all of houston, texas right here at lakewood. (cheering) we'll make you feel right at home. but thank you for tuning in. thank you again for coming out today. i like to start with something funny. i heard about this minister. he bought a new horse. he trained it to respond to "praise the lord", meaning "giddy up" and "hallelujah", meaning "whoa". every time he said "praise the lord", the horse took off running. when he said "whoa" it would quickly stop. one

32 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on