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. it's popped up in the north bay, for your commute through the novato area. it's a motorcycle crash and we're getting reports of the motorcyclist down in the right lane westbound 37, just before
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101. that's definitely slowing things down a bit. emergency crews are on the way. here is your commute along south 101. not affected so far. it's going to take you 27 minutes to get down through san rafael, sausalito, and to the south end of the golden gate bridge. now, other hot spot i've been following this morning is on the nimitz. it's been a rough ride here. it's an accident in union city that still stands. it has been moved to the center divide. three vehicles, south 880 before whiple, but still slowing down the drive time. it stands at about 51 minutes now. if you can avoid this area, definitely do so. 680 is always a better route to take, if you can, or sit it out at home just for a little bit here because it looks like we're not going to recover for about another hour or so, hoping that there's no more crashes on the nimitz through that area. daria? >> thank you. 7:04 right now, breaking news this morning, a u.s. navy pilot is dead after a fighter jet crash in england. annie hong is at the breaking news desk with the details. >> reporter: daria, new
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information coming into the newsroom on this breaking news story. we are learning the u.s. air force is now investigating the f-18 jet crash here the laken heat british air base in the uk. here's a look at the map where the crash investigation is under way. it's basically in eastern uk. both british police and u.s. embassy are confirming this morning that the only person who died is the u.s. navy pilot. an air force spokesperson says the jet crashed after taking off from the air base and was headed back to the u.s. an aviation enthusiast also told bbc radio the f-18 was part of the hornet marine corps planes that had arrived over the weekend.
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the morning on monday at the intersection of international boulevard and 37th avenue. but it's what happened next that has police trying to track down two drivers. we go live to police headquarters in oakland with more on the drivers who went after the man with the machete. jackie? >> reporter: good morning, mark. i'm here at the oakland police headquarters. they are still looking for those two drivers that were involved. now, the person who had the machete is on a psych hold right now. they continue to look for the drivers of the vehicle and the video is pretty graphic and pretty extreme. this all happened on monday morning around 3:00 a.m., as you said, at the corner of international and 37th. a man wielding a machete started breaking car windows and attacking cars as they went by. in the video, you can see that a maroon hyundai pulled up, smashes the back window, backs up, hits him, but it's what happens next that has police looking for the suspects. a white toyota camry comes
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blazing through the intersection, hitting the man, sending him up onto the hood of the car and ultimately to the ground in the intersection. amazingly enough, the 25-year- old hispanic male got up and walked away. now, he was taken to a local hospital and treated for moderate injuries. but he was taken in for a psychiatric hold. he is being held there now. but the police continue to look for those suspects involved in this. we had a chance to talk to jonah watson yesterday and she describes the situation. >> both drivers failed to stop at the scene of the accident. that's a crime in itself. we're going to look at, and we're asking our community to look at vehicles similar that may show signs of some type of impact or damage. >> reporter: they continue to look for the two vehicles. right now, they are describing them as a maroon or red four- door hyundai and a newer white four-door toyota camry or
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similar model. jonah watson is here. i'll check with her for updates and we'll have the update coming up at 8:00. mark? >> we'll check back with you, jackie. if you want to see the full video unedited of the attack, we have it on our website, kron4.com. 7:07. happening now, the number of people who got food poisoning after eating at a popular south bay restaurant has now grown to 80. maurice san juan has been shut down indefinitely by the santa clara county health department, as we reported yesterday morning. dozens of people are hospitalized, 12 sent to intensive care after contracting an infectious disease. kron 4 spoke with one woman who got sick after she had a taco and shrimp cocktail for lunch on friday. >> ended up collapsing in the hallway here. so i passed out. my body essentially told me, like, it couldn't do anymore. and that's when my family was, like, we need to get her to the hospital. >> she said she is feeling much
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better now. her doctor says she'll be on antibiotics for several weeks. we now have more details, too on the bacteria that's causing the infection. symptoms to look for include diarrhea, nausea, fever, vomiting, abdominal pain and cramping, and the symptoms will appear usually a day or two after you're exposed. it can last for up to a week. you're to drink plenty of fluids, get a lot of rest. we'll talk more about how you stop the spread of it. washing hands and other things you can do. you'll find all of those details on our website, kron4.com. and daly city police need the public's help in catching a man who tried to grab a 16-year- old girl. police releasing a sketch of the suspect. kron 4's jr stone is following the story. >> reporter: this is a sketch of the man who police say came after a 16-year-old girl. >> definitely scary, given that i live just around the corner. i just live across the street. >> reporter: the assault happened near 1st and castle street in daly city. an intersection that borders
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thornton high school, a continuation school. police say the teenage victim was walking when a man tried to talk to her. she ignored him, so the suspect slapped her, then grabbed her arm. she was able to break free and run for help. students at nearby jefferson high school ho8 broke the news and told them what had happened. they say many students walk along this street to get home. >> it's really crowded. sometimes especially right after school or sometimes right after practice, because practice ends usually around the same time for everyone. so it's kind of scary. >> reporter: the incident involving this suspect happened two weeks ago. and because of it, the teens i talked with said they will make changes to their routine. >> like, that's my go-to route when i go to and from school. i feel like i need to have a new way because i don't want to be attacked by anyone after hearing that. >> definitely. i don't think i'll be passing by there today or any time after. >> i would walk with some other people, in a group or with at least one other person.
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>> the woman who has repeatedly tried to sneak onto airplanes across the u.s., including planes here in the bay area and airports, she has agreed to have a mental examination. marilyn hartman, also known as the serial stowaway was charged with criminal trespassing and violating her bond. she was trying to get through security without a ticket at o'hare in chicago this time. that happened on july 4, one day after she was arrested at midway airport. that time, she did have a valid ticket, but caused a disturbance on board the plane, so he was escorted off. she was also caught at san jose international airport. hartman will be back in court in two weeks. another person has fallen victim to a growing crime trend in the fremont community. having gold chains snatched off their necks. since july, at least four separate gold chain incidents. in one incident, a man pointed a gun at a family of four and pulled chains off of all of their necks. the crime spree is continuing and police are looking for
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more. no word if the incidents are connected. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, nasa scientists find an object orbiting a distant star and they can't figure out what it is. we'll tell you about the wild theories floating around this morning. >> plus, a driver in southern california leads police on a chase to the police station. must-see video, coming up. >> and an update in a few minutes on the weekend weather forecast. always watching for the weekend. it's only wednesday. midweek weather forecast and the weekend, and then we're watching the san mateo bridge. big backup this morning. back with more on traffic and weather.
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. 7:14 right now. taking a look at the weather, usually we're thinking about getting towards skiing. my kids are surfing. last two days. just get out and enjoy the weather. >> it's a twist on the old mark twain point. the hottest summer i ever spent was october in san francisco is what it's turning out to be. it's going to be hot outside today. the live view here shows you why. no clouds out there. we have high pressure overhead. that's going to do nothing but really kind of bake us as we head into the afternoon hours, especially inland where temperatures could get back up into the mid, maybe even upper 80s come later this afternoon. so take a look at what we're seeing here in terms of current temperatures right now. again, it's on the cool side to start. we've got conditions that are in the low to mid-50s generally, although we are beginning to warm it up a
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touch. san francisco is at 57. 52 in oakland. 53 in san jose. still awfully chilly in the north bay. santa rosa at 46 degrees. that's what we're waking up to this morning. brace yourself as you head out the door. the fog hasn't been too big of a factor for us. it's getting a little better out along the peninsula coastline, where visibility near half moon bay had been down to zero in spots, especially near the airport there. but now we're at about half- mile visibility. getting a little bit better for us. let's also take a look at the wider picture. this is our satellite radar view. the live picture right now shows high pressure overhead keeping most of the weather clear for us. however, we do have a little bit of a system to our north. as this high pressure weakens a bit over the next 24 hours, that's going to swoop across and bring us at least some gusty winds and maybe some slightly cooler temperatures for tomorrow. but winds, you're really going to feel it tonight and into tomorrow morning. as for temperatures today, 60s for most of the morning after 9:00. then we'll warm it up to the 70s. by noon time, you see all the
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yellow and you see the 80s into the valleys toward 3:00 this afternoon. as i said, temperatures will pull back a touch tomorrow, as the high pressure overhead weakens a touch, then bounces right back. we're back up into the mid-80s for the valleys by friday. we'll hang on to the unseasonably warm low to mid- 80s for the inland valleys right through the weekend and into next week. that's the weather. how about the traffic? rebecca's got the answer. good morning. good morning, james. the bay bridge toll plaza is still a hot spot because of an earlier accident, probably about an hour and a half, two hours ago now. but it's really snagged up the drive time getting to those pay gates. so the traffic is backed up well into the macarthur maze, as you can see on the live shot. then getting to the tolls, it's going to be sluggish across the span. you're looking at about a 25 to 30-minute drive time to get you into downtown san francisco. it's slow and go for the san mateo bridge as well. just a lot of cars packed on this span. westbound 92, it's going to take you about 25 minutes to
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get over to that 101 connector in san mateo. and it's slow and go at the richmond san rafael bridge as you approach the toll plaza. traffic is backed up to the marina exit. but once you pass the tolls, traffic is easy getting up to the north bay. you're only at 10 minutes, but you have to get past the pay gates in order for the 10- minute drive time to start. then the golden gate bridge, this looks good coming out of sausalito. the drive time is still at about 5 minutes going south 101. if you're coming out of novato, it's clocking in at almost half an hour. 27 minutes to be exact from westbound 37 and then making your way south all the way through san rafael. switching over to our accident on the nimitz, drive time still stands at 49 minutes for southbound 880 because of the crash right before whiple that still has the center divide blocked. the time right now, 7:17. mark, back to you. >> thank you, rebecca. new this morning, toyota is recalling more than 6 million cars globally, 2.7 million here in the u.s. the company says
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the power window switch can short circuit and catch fire. all the recalled cars were made between 2005 and '10. here are all the models, including the aris, matrix and camry, corolla and rav-4, and the toyota highlander, tundra and sequoia models. also, the scion xb and xd models are included. so far, toyota is saying the problem has not caused accidents or injuries. 7:17. san francisco supervisors are reaffirming the city's status as a sanctuary city. they rejected a resolution yesterday that would have encouraged cooperation with federal immigration officials involving prisoners in local jails. this comes in the wake of the deadly pier 14 shooting where 32-year-old kate steinly was killed nearly four months ago and the alleged shooter is an illegal immigrant who had been deported several times and had been released from custody in san francisco, despite requests from immigration officials to hold him. supervisors also approved a resolution yesterday urging the
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sheriff not to take part in a program that asked jails to let immigration officials know if an inmate of interest has been released. this all happened on the very same date that the senate democrats in washington blocked legislation that would have punished law enforcement agencies that do not cooperate with federal immigration. people in santa clara county can now file lawsuits over road rage. the board of supervisors approved the ordinance yesterday. drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians can now sue for up to $1000 if they feel they are the victim of road rage. an example of bad behavior that could lead to a lawsuit? driving too close to a cyclist or pedestrian, making threats, cutting off another driver. according to the board of supervisors, complaints from bicyclists played a major role in the board's decision. take a look at this pickup driver who led police on a 40- minute chase in southern california. he is now behind bars. after pulling up to a police station, the chp says the chase started yesterday morning in east l.a. when a driver didn't stop for a
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traffic violation. the driver led officers on this lengthy chase, but then ended up pulling into the parking lot of pomona police headquarters. the driver then ran into the police station, where he was taken into custody. >> that was handy for them, convenient. he's being called a real- life ferris buehler. a 17-year-old boy accused of being the ring leader in an attack on his high school's computer network in new york. school officials say daniel soris and at least two other students are accused of hacking into the district's network and changing the schedules for at least 300 students. so i guess, like ferris would do that for sloan, right, to get her out of school, change her schedule! this is her father! >> did change the grades, too. >> yeah, changed the grades. >> absences, right, nine times. nine times. >> that's all he did! he just wanted a day off, too! he faked being sick. >> mm-hmm. >> this kid's way worse.
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like you said, he changed the grades, accused of that, plus all the scheduling. they said they fixed all the grades and all the schedules. but maybe he's a future hacker maybe for the government. he can test security, you know? >> he's hacking right now, right? living in an airport can be annoying for some, but researchers say it could have an impact on your health. a study done by researchers at columbia university found people living within 6 miles of an airport makes them more likely to suffer heart problems and asthma. researchers blame carbon monoxide, pumped out at higher quantities when planes are idling or taxiing on runways. they found that hospital admissions for both asthma and other respiratory problems were 17% higher for people living within 6 miles of the 12 largest airports in california. the study says lax is the biggest carbon monoxide pollutant in california. are you exhausted? feel like you don't get enough sleep? a lot of people, a quarter of people ages 30 to 50 admit they
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only get about 5 hours of sleep at the most a night. so psychologists sat the university of leads did a study and say most people need at least 7 1/2 hours of sleep a night to function at your best. sleep loss can be over the year as much as 15 days. lack of sleep is linked to anxiety, depression, diabetes, heart disease, and an increased risk of accidents. a new discovery by nasa scientists searching for planets. they say they discovered an object orbiting a distant star and they don't know what it is. they can't identify it. the theory is maybe it was a massive structure built by aliens. it could be. that caught the attention of the mount view-based setti institute, because they spent decades searching for the existence of extraterrestrials. starting this week, they will be looking at the object closer and trying to figure out what is it. even setti admits most likely there's a natural explanation. they plan to watch the stars
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for several days and will spend weeks, even months analyzing what they find. >> maybe it's the death star. the new star wars film comes out in december, but it's already breaking records. as ticket demand surged, it caused crashes. fandango set a record for ticket sales, even with a crash. they sold eight times as many presale tickets as they did with the previous presale, for the first hunger games movie in 2012. a mexican scientist has discovered a new moth. and for the right price, he'll name it for you. >> i'll have a star instead. >> or a butterfly? traditionally, the species is named for the person who discovered it, but already having discovered 35 new species of moths, the retired entomologist is ready to put
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somebody else's name on one. he is letting people bid on ebay for the honor of naming the moth. right now, bidding is $6000. that's kind of a big thing, to have a moth named after you. >> i'm looking online. i'm going to buy a star for $19.95. >> i did the star thing. >> so much prettier. >> the money is for a good cause, raised for the western national parks association. coming up on the kron 4 morning -- that was the paul ryan not a moth. will he be the next speaker of the house? before he takes the job, he's got a list of demands. we'll tell you what they are coming up. >> and thieves make off with thousands of dollars worth of wine barrels. how the owner got them back.
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. republican representatives may have a candidate for speaker if they meet his demands. congressman paul ryan says he is willing to become speaker of the house, but says he must be the consensus candidate among different groups of republicans in the house. ryan also wants changes to house rules and to make sure that his family comes first. >> and the last point, last point is personal. i cannot and i will not give up my family time. >> current speaker john boehner says he often works very long hours. ryan says he will not do the same. boehner plans to resign at the end of the month.
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7:26. president obama is taking steps to help battle heroin and prescription painkiller abuse. later today, the president will detail his plan to improve doctor training and ease access to drug treatment. the president is expected to meet with drug counselors and advocates at a community center in charleston, west virginia when he announces his proposal. west virginia has the highest rate of overdose deaths in the u.s. and thieves in oregon are repeatedly targeting a portland winery. it's not the wine they are after. it's the barrels. surveillance video capturing three men cutting a fence, then making off with the empty wine barrels. this is the third time they have paid the wine maker a visit over the past six weeks. in all, they have stolen 17 barrels for a cost of tens of thousands of dollars -- $10,000 total for the barrels. more importantly, without the wine barrels, the wine can't be aged and the vintage would spoil. >> it's a crippling feeling. it's like feeling like everything has been knocked out of you and you're, like, what do you do now?
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>> the wine maker was able to recover those stolen barrels. he found them in an ad on craigslist. there was no doubt who the rightful owner of the barrels was. the name was laser etched on the top of the barrels. but for some reason police wouldn't make an arrest. the winery is now concerned thieves will return. he may have to go back to ebay and buy them back, get them back again. i can't believe that. >> ridiculous. >> don't put them on craigslist. i can't believe it. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, unruly passenger forces a flight out of san jose to make an unscheduled landing. >> reporter: crooks in one east bay neighborhood are trying to steal your pin numbers and your money. i'll have the details, coming up next.
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a warning if you leave and east bay, these are targeting customers using the atm with an old trick. >> good morning. police here in san leandro say that if you use atms like these, the bank of america atm on the street, beware. it's called shoulder surfing and it is what happens when crooks look over your shoulder to get your pin number and then wait for you to leave without closing out her transaction. that's when they get into your account using your pin number and take your money. police hearsay that crooks stole it total of $10,000 of people in san leandro since may 19. >> i had $2000 in my account. i went into the bank on monday and i was negative.
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>> now police say that they had made it couple of arrests in these cases and they are upping patrols in the area to cut back on this type of crime. they say they are also hoping the new of the cards with microchips in them will help cut back on this type of crime, but police are warning, please be aware of your surroundings and report anyone or anything that looks suspicious. >> even if they got my number over my shoulder, as long as you hit some i'm done, then you they can't do anything. >> that's when they can get your pin number and do it transaction. >> more breaking news out of mendocino county. crews are searching for a missing five -year-old boy. any hong has the details. >> his name is brett, and he was last seen yesterday near his home northwest of willis. take a good look at brett.
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them marin county sheriffs office is assisting mendocino county and they tweeted his photo who they say was last seen outside of his home walking his dog. more team members are going to mendocino county to join in the search. he was last seen near his home. if you have seen him, please call the marin county sheriffs apartment or the mendocino county sheriff's department. >> a palmdale man is dead after mudslides in southern california. and a witness saw it happened, a minivan dropped into a colbert and got covered in mud. she said not knowing what happened to that vehicle had been haunting her and no we know that a man died. a 22 -year-old google engineer
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from massachusetts is living in a box truck and one of googles parking lots in montevideo. he wants to be identified as brandon, and he is living in the truck so he can save 90% of his salary and use that to pay off his student loans. he sleeps there on the bed that he put in the truck. he paid about $10,000 for the truck. what do they call that in real estate terms? cozy. he had a signing bonus so that paid for the truck. so they think he makes about 100 grand, so he is saving 90% and will pay off his loans. >> he figures, sacrifice for one or two years and then you are out of debt. that's kind of the sad state of the cost of college. >> but if he wasn't working for google, he couldn't do it. google pays for all of his meals so it's good that he has
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the truck. a plane headed to san jose had to land in phoenix because of an unruly passenger. the man was drunk and disruptive and had to be restrained. >> he says, i'm sorry. and then he had to get up because the flight attendant asked him to get up. but it was really weird. >> he wouldn't come out of the bathroom and some men went back to the bathroom, and the next thing i knew, the men were holding him down. >> the flight continued on to dallas but some passengers missed their return flights. blue-green algae has been found on big rake regional shoreline and oakley. it didn't register initially as toxic, but that can happen unexpectedly. so they are telling visitors to be extra cautious and avoid the
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water and keep your dogs away from the water. the district band of swimming because of toxic algae as well as quarry lakes and shin pond. three dogs died after exposure to the algae in january and february, and another dog died from contact with the algae in the russian river in augustsacramento mayor kevin johnson says he will not be running for reelection. his announcement comes less than one month after allegations surfaced that he sexually abused a 13 -year-old girl when he was playing for the phoenix suns in 1995. the allegations first came to light in 1998 but recently resurfaced in an article posted by the website dead spin. johnson was never charged in the case. he is completing his second term as mayor. keeping our eyes on wall street, and the dow jones industrial average with a flying day so far today.
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the big news is, for ari is going public this morning debuting the $52 per share, stocks are already up 15%. they are selling under the ticker ticker symbol race. we will be right back.
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welcome back. halloween is right around the corner, and it's time for kids to dress up. but some hollowing costumes can be hazardous to your children's health. >> as you step out the stores
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for something ghoulish, you may want to give it the smell test. >> if it smells weird, it probably some tentacle you are breathing in. >> experts we spoke with say -- >> do read the ingredients. >> they say watch for heavy metals, and we don't mean rock music. >> we don't want kids to be exposed to lead. >> lead and other chemical agents have been found in face paint used by kids. >> my mother is a makeup artist. >> and i'm the girl who doesn't like to wear makeup. >> there is cheap makeup out there all over the place and i'm concerned about that because it is toxic. if you do choose to get it, keep it away from the mouth. and eyes. >> she is it professional makeup artist for fashion and films. some other tips she shared,
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aging. >> cross-contamination even in adults is a huge problem. >> spray on hair paint can be scary. even for little ones. >> make sure they are not chewing on their hair or putting their hair and their mouth. and of course it is playmobil. >> when it comes to costumes, be sure that they can see out. and give the little ones lights six so they can be seen. >> happy halloween. >> here is a quick look at your seven-day on the bay. temperatures unseasonably warm for the next seven days. we will have full forecast details coming up at the top of the hour. and it has been a grind at the bay bridge toll plaza. ready to 35 minute drive times into the city. i will have the full bridge check coming up.
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>> this is the day that we could see who is in the world series, it could be the royals and mets if they kick it off. >> that the air is out of that balloon, baseball, right? >> well, they still have a chance. >> well, you and i still have a chance. [laughter] eye mean it happened once before, boston came back from three down. and, they are going to throw somebody out every night that is good, so what happened in toronto today, you could live to see another day and it would be today because today is the day that marty mcfly in back to the future to went back in time to save his parents. >> you are young at heart. >> and i like the raiders
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pearls woodson? he is like a young 29. [laughter] >> he calls himself -- he says i have another 10 years in me. [laughter] >> lep plays until he is 50 then they will definitely carry him off. [laughter] >> you are only about 43, whatever it is, you are doing great. >> here's the shocker. give me your best bet. you've seen snoop dogg. how old do you think he is? >> i want to say -- i would say probably late 50's. >> that's what i thought, but he is 44. >> well i would think someone was fudging. >> the reason i looked it up, it was his birthday yesterday and his kid said happy birthday data, i love you. and he just explained why he dropped out of football. she says after 12 years, i
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thought, all this time, my dad would only love me if i've played football and not is why i was playing. so he quit. >> and he's had a brilliant career, but all of that weed ages you. >> i was shocked. he still at ucla but he wasn't playing football because he liked it. >> do you remember what happened -- not like what happened but, they had a reality show on mtv last year, and they actually moved from the los angeles area, to las las vegas. and he filmed the whole year of how he was recruited and i'm sure that the kid didn't put
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the deal together. >> that is the thing, i think it was lots of pressure. i think the kid don't like that was how i would be involved in my life with football. >> so he is explaining that. >> but when he is explaining it, is his father with him? >> it was like a big heart to heart on instagram explaining why he thought that. >> when your dad puts together a deal to have your senior year of football televised, you move the entire family to a penthouse in las vegas. that is serious business. i could see the pressure. but but better for him to do it now. >> he said he realized that snoop loves him for him and he's moving on. >> that is good to know. i was going to force my a -year-old son to be a either man at kron but i will back
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off. -- be a weatherman. well it's different though, you have daughters, and dads get protective. >> i hear tales of within like come up identities to clean his gun when my boyfriend would come home. look what this one dad did. he shows up to the dance and he is kind of joking to her and says, whatever you do to my daughter, i will do for you. and so here's the date and dad jumps in and takes a picture him at the same picture. >> that is kind of creepy. >> yes but it went viral because -- i just wanted a resume to make sure that there is family money. [laughter] >> what does your mom or dad do
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for a living. [laughter] >> well what is marsh marshawn lynch going to do for a living once he retires? he is helping other players with it their 4 o 1 k. i'm not kidding. he's the good as this man. we all know that he is no dummy. >> that is a joke, right? >> no. the wide receiver tyler locke it said, he is helping me with my finances and my 4 o 1 k. >> if you ask me, what is a good way to save, i would say, put your money in the bank. >> listen, he sitting down there with a pencil him spending a hours per day, i could be 100% wrong. but i'm not talking about
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anyone in the middle of their career. he will spend that much time? >> he's saying by skittles and starbucks. >> he's got a special drink cold beast mode. and you can't fault the guy, his money goes to charity. but he's got like double shots and protein powder and some very drizzle. but it's only being sold and then the proceeds go in oakland, and he is partnering up. >> i know i have told you this couple of times, and he has been in here twice promoting summer programs. nice guy and all that stuff, and i think i told you this. he kept going and said, what is the story with the anchor? and usually, my joke is, you can't afford her. that he had just signed that
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$8 million detail. but all i'm saying is, when you have the shoulder pads on, he is well-versed or a sculptor or this or that, as soon as you take the uniform off, nobody cares about your other skills. >> what tomorrow is a big game with the niners and seahawks. >> if they happen to pull that off, that will give you some bounce for at the very least another month. if you lose that tomorrow, then all of us guys that have been ripping them can keep ripping. >> we will see who comes out on top tomorrow. >> let me ask you quick, would you have him do your taxes? >> no. but i do get advice from dan in. >> that is great. the flying angels, or what is it? >> the blue angels. >> fabulous. we will see you.
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welcome back. subway making some major changes. the sandwich changed announced yesterday they plan to sell only antibiotic free meat. they expected to completed in 2025. they will start selling antibiotic free chicken next march and have it in all stores by the end of the year. according to business insider, a will start eking it
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sandwiches bigger after a lawsuit claiming that the foot- long sandwich was 11 and half inches. so now they are going to make them longer. bad news for tesla, consumer reports has yanked its coveted recommendation for the model asked. they give it a lower average score and reliability. owners complained about problems with the cars charging you government, center console area and other things like doors and windows. tesla responded saying the cars software updates allows tesla to diagnose and fix most bugs without the driver coming in for service. although consumer service does give them the highest award for performance. in the meantime, buick came out in the top 10 for reliability. lexus and toyota both known for their dependability took the top two spots. bob ark are hospitalized in yesterday. the former price is right host tripped and hit his head on the
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sidewalk. there were actually some police in the area who saw it and responded immediately. parker is 91 years old and he did suffer from some minor cuts but he was conscious and alert on the way to the hospital. >> european officials say starbucks and fiat and exited from deals with different countries. the netherlands gave the company the ability to pay 34 million in taxes in the country of luxembourg made a deal with fiat the allowed the automaker to avoid paying 34 million. 7:56 a.m. breaking news that we are following this morning out of sunnyvale, a two alarm fire broke out this morning and this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. this is on south fair oaks avenue.
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" it hallmark of fire burning in a strip mall in sunnyvale. fire cruiser of spring water off and the fire. >> darya: here is a metaphor that strip mall is it. we all have been reports of people being heard. >> house 3 hours into what the fire the firefighters are having a battle. how hello. they did not coincide with just use the firetrucks a spray water because of the. this is about our after
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it started. no businesses were open at the time. this place should of been empty. once we clear out the hot spots investigators will coincide. the barber shop looks destroyed and some nearby distances there is heavy smoke and water damage. for ms. fortune that lead off the other side of the street there is a sports bar and he heard the commotion and heard the fire department immediately . >> i got up early to clean up the bar. i heard pops about 5:00 in the morning. i looked out the window and saw flames coming out of the barbershop. i called 911. i looked up again and her two
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more pops and heard flames bursting out of windows. >> reporter: the fire department will continue to be here through this evening. this is the second time the fire department has been here in one week. there is a talk shop a couple doors down and had a small fire. as you can see the fire fighters are taking a little bit of a break now and we will continue to be here through the rest of today. the mark
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>> mark: now we will get some weather and traffic >> george: want to show you quickly what we're going to expect from forecasted a. >> james: kids are just leaving to get to school. we have such an outsider not clear skies. at the current our we're seeing temperatures in the '50s. by new time we will see '70s around the bay. by 3 this afternoon we will see eighties around the bay. will take a look at what we
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have ahead. >> anny: from hercules to berkeley there's a slowdown. that is not all if you look to the bay bridge toll plaza it is 2025 minutes to come out of the macarthur mace and was down 80 all the way through the tolls into downtown san francisco is bumper-to-bumper. at this in a tailspin and over to the peninsula out of hayward it is taking 25 minutes so far. i will have some order slowdowns for you later. >> darya: a u.s. navy pilot based in california is dead after a fire crash in england.
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>> reporter: the pile of this california-based u.s. navy pilot was killed on wednesday near british airways near eastern england. the pilot was not immediately identified in other. casualties were other the remains--marines report that it was an f-18 hornet fighter. he crashed in farmland. >> mark: here's a man in history of the a man attacking cars industry with a machete. what happened next is what have police tried to track the person
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down. >> jackie: the people are still looking for the two drivers. a man standing in the intersection of 37 to an international trying to attack cars with a machete. at one time you see this card trying to hit this man. and then you see this white car flying through and hit the man with a machete. amazingly the man a machete stands up and walks away. why did the machete man
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was picked up with moderate injuries. police continue to look for the suspects who are in their two vehicles and trying to avoid that investigators. >> we're looking to identify and locate the two drivers. we're also asking at the same time flirt people these people to turn themselves in. is nothing short of unusual to have someone in the street waving in hitting cars with machetes. even with that it is not ok to hate the man with a car and leave at the accident. it is unclear charges
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they will be facing. right now are--right now appears to be felony hit-and-run charges. >> mark: if you want the full video, we have it on an edited at kron-4-dot-com. more than 6 million greek calls from toyota this morning. more toxic algae found in the bay area and where it is. we have traffic moving a little better and we'll have more information up next.
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>> anny: that in israel in the southbound direction is very slow because of two accidents, making it to 50 minutes to south 880. >> darya: more toxic green algae has been found in a locally area. it was not toxic in
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initial test but it be comes toxic. the district ban swimming because of the toxic algae. district officials also warned that the object to the pier in many places. >> james: i'll have your complete forecast for weather today. more details straight ahead. my name is jamir dixon and i'm a locate and mark fieldman for pg&e. most people in the community recognize the blue trucks as pg&e. my truck is something new... it's an 811 truck. when you call 811, i come out to your house and i mark out our
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>> darya: we're looking at all of our live cameras and everything looks clean. >> james: beyond the lines we have nice blue skies. we are off
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to a " star bo quickly warmed. we expect temperatures to get right up there quickly. and will probably surpass yesterday by a few days. right now we're looking at low to mid 50's as we go into the morning. in some places it is in the upper '40's . satellite radar shows why we have no clouds which is a high- pressure. as we head into to 9 tomorrow will have stronger winds which would drop our temperatures just a touch. we're looking for low 80s in the sport a shoreline. as we head farther
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out to the east it will warm up a little bit more in the mid '80s. the south bay with santa clara county with low 80s throughout the whole south bay. the peninsula upper 70's including san francisco. the coastline was stay in the low '70's europe today. in the north bay we will expect low to mid '80s. here is a quick look at your short-term forecast. temperatures will drop just a touch tomorrow and then will go up friday.
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>> reporter: things have been kind of all morning lock approaching the tulsa tolls. we're looking at about 25 this 30 drive * from then macarthur mays to the polls and then into the city. this richmond san rafael bridge is finally getting the past tulsa tulsa--polls-- tolls. if you are heading out from highway 37 in novato it is
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half an hour to get to the south end of the this day and. >> mark: there is a man when after six year-old girl which happened as a couple of weeks ago. she was walking near fordham high school when a man tried to talk to her. she avoided talking with him but he slapped her and grabbed her arm. she grabbed his arm and then ran away. >> i feel i need a new way to walk because i don't to be attacked again. i a lease want to be in a group. >> mark: the girl did not suffered any injuries but they're trying to track down the suspect.
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in fremont there have been four separate gold chain fax-- thefts. >> darya: san francisco rejected some legislation about illegal immigrants in the wake of the pier 14 deadly shooting by a man who was that deported multiple times.
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>> mark: hillary clinton prepares to testify before the house committee about the bad guys the attack.benghazi attack . klan's testimony of the panel clinton's testimony before the panel regarding the benghazi at
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tampa. the house leader attacked both parties for attacking clinton. >> i cannot and i will not give up my family to an. >> mark: were than 6 million cars a globally from the toyota camry is an the other cars because the window mechanism could short out cause a fire. so far that have been 11 reports of burnt to the door trim.
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>> darya: a study done by eight researchers at columbia university found that people who stay at airports have higher asthma because of a idling of airplanes. as in the west's 17% higher for people who live within 6 mi. of a major airport. >> mark: the new star wars film does not match of december 18th is already breaking records for ticket sales. this is even
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calling system meltdowns fourth ending >> annie: in c and other theater systems. >> mark: it has all already sold at times the number of tickets for any other of the prequel movies. >> james: in oakland it will be 82 degrees, even hotter further inland, and more coming up.
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>> reporter: i will talk to about shoulder surfing and how inland, and more coming up. >> reporter: i will talk to about shoulder surfing and how much it can cost you ♪ (vo) you can pass down a subaru forester. (dad) she's all yours. (vo) but you get to keep the memories. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru.
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>> mark: we're talking about a kidnapping. >> reporter: this little boy went missing and the sheriff's department found the boy and it spread the news. he was walking his dog and is now safe . apparently the boy's dog is very
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protective of him. >> james: we have sunshine a walnut creek where we have clear skies. the only copy of would be at the peninsula coastline-- caveat would be at the peninsula coastline. if you're rushing out the door we are seeing temperatures in the mid '50s. by noon time we'll have 76. and by the afternoon late, after noon, we will see it mid-80s. >> reporter: no major hot spots
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right now. in the east bay and the livermore valley for your commute there is a 38 minute drive from the to the dublin interchange to pleasanton. there's a lot of red and yellow on the screen for northbound 101 from the expressway to montague . from highway 5 at 11 connector to cupertino and highway 280 is very slow as well. >> darya: a warning for people living in the east bay, there are big charges for people using an atm. >> reporter: hear police in san
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leandro say the creeks are targeting people at atms in this bank of america. that college shoulder surfing which is when people look over your shoulder to get your pin #. and you don't close out your transaction completely than anyone can use the atm with your info. >> it does take a little bit to show you that you're done. i've seen people walk away and some security guards could clear it. i personally will check. if the transaction is all but i will tell them. >> reporter: police say that total of $10,000 from the 19th
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has been stolen.--mel 19th--may 19th. >> mark: in the new york city officer was shot and killed in harlem after chasing a man with a gun. he and his partner both exchange gunshot this. both of the police officers were killed . >> this act is sad names and is hard to describe the loss of what he did.
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>> mark: this eighth officer holder is a third-generation officer and was married and had shouldered. >> darya: after the storms last week there was a witness that saw the minivan drop into a culver and get stuck. we have confirmed that one man to die in the mud. >> mark: and unruly passenger was drunk and disruptive and sell the plane had the land for emergency reasons in phoenix. >> he would not command of the
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bathroom and then a man run out there to go to the bathroom and they were fighting. >> mark: surprisingly the airline did not press charges and i did go to dallas after everything was resolved. >> darya: one of the google engineers is living in a box truck in the parking lot. he is saying he is doing this so he can save 90% of his a money to a payoff is student loans. this is at 2800 sq. ft. place.
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>> mark: this is ridiculous that people have to do this to pay off their debt. all you need is a box asleep and of. >> darya: the man is estimated to make $100,000. >> mark: we'll be right back with a little boy left alone-- little girl left alone at a lot to day care. >> darya: we will talk about costumes that will be good for your health and bad. nasa discovered something about a new star and no one knows what to make of it causing conspiracy theories and speculation.
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>> mark: what nasa discovered it is obviously the death star. it lasted take about a month to analyze what they found with this start which gives types of
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information known as the net. there's more to come. >> reporter: you're still looking at a 20 to a 25 minute commute time into downtown san francisco. more next after the
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>> james: here is a live look with blue sky overhead which is
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what we've been saying all morning long. bridges have been in the cool side in the mid '50s. santa rosa is now at 46 though which is set chilliest in the day. disguises so blue because of the temperature and pressure system. this will swoop down tomorrow and will drop the temperature is just a little bit. as we work our through the way we have tempters in the '50s and around the new time it will be in the '70s and then in a letter afternoon we will have them look low to mid '80s.
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temperatures along the bay shoreline will be milder with '70s. along the next seven days we will have temperature's dropped in thursday's and he bought in the friday this through the weekend and into next week >> reporter: this in detail bridge so far is looking good and has improved by about five minutes. we're looking at about 20 minutes from hayward over to the connector and across the san rafael bridge which is still a little bit slow. this is just
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about a seven minute drive time to get to 101. the golden gate bridge across the golden gate at of sausalito in san francisco. the livermore valley q is 30 minutes from the dublin interchange on this out about 680 which is about 30 minutes. having had to hercules at the east shore freeway commute is about 40 minutes. getting into the macarthur maize for rest outdrive. >> mark: police in albuquerque mexico are investigating a case of rhode rage that killed a four year-old girl yesterday. she was
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in the backs of the car. >> this shooting should never have happened to. it is a complete disrespect of human life. we're seeing is across our nation. >> mark: police do not believe the family knew the shooter. >> darya: 01 year-old girl was locked into a day care center by security card--card. when the father found his daughter she was crying and calling it the door, he called the police and the please call the fire department to knock down the
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door. the department of children and family services is investigating this. >> mark: at the university of mississippi are asking a administrators or a move that flag from the campus because the flight contains via confederate states battle flag. this was especially after someone on social media closed with guns and the confederate flag. >> darya: halloween are always wanting what to be. some
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costumes have chemicals in them . if the mass or the fabric has a strange smell than that could be a chemical is pretty and-- breathing in. could be heavy metals or other things. >> in of this smelly cost is something you get to keep away from the mouth and eyes. >> darya: make sure that your kids can be seen, with a light stick or flashlight so that to be seen by cars. in texas a muslim student was
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arrested after bringing a science project that looked like a bomb. schools across the country have offered to take him and. the clock was mistaken for bomb. other places have offered to pay for his high school education and college education. >> mark: the vatican says that the pope has a small brain tumor which it is curable. >> darya: bob barker was hospitalized yesterday because he tripped and fell and hit his head on the sidewalk. the 91
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year-old suffered minor cuts but was conscious and alert on the way to the hospital. one major company has promising to have antibiotic free meat by 2025. this is subway and a plan on having all stores at this area in march. some people are also suing because of the forms are not exactly a foot long. >> mark: consumer what ports as it yanked recommendation for the
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tesla quarter--test of motor ask.--tesla motor s. general motors says their buick brand has taken the top 10--one of the top-10. ferrari is now publicly it traded with the ticker symbol race. pulling back 7 percent today.
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>> darya: surveillance video shows three men cutting defense and taking a lead empty wine barrels. 17 bar. have been stolen at a cost of $10,000. without the bear was the one cannot be gauged and most oil. many of the wine makers got their barrels back because death fiefs put them up on it crags west--araigslist.
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>> mark: who will talk >> mark: will talk about this and retail bridge and more as the zero morning warms up.
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>> mark: the day from back to the future to which came out in 99.--1989. some of the technology from the future is available today. videoconferencing is for real. everyone wants a however board. theirself tying shoelaces that are coming out. it is planning
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a across movie theaters. >> darya: we will talk about the big fire that was in the senate bill strip mall. [female announcer] during mattress price wars at sleep train, save up to $400 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get interest-free financing until 2018 on tempur-pedic. plus, helpful advice from the sleep experts. don't miss mattress price wars at sleep train.
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>> will: this big fire started around 5:00 this morning when the strip mall was closed. across the street at a sports bar, the proprietor heard
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several pops and heard the flames and saw the flames come through. he called the fire department and they came in minutes, but they have been here for hours. finally they're able to get the upper hand and now the fire is under control. arson investigators will be in the store to find how the fire started. >> we will start with five investigators. the fire had been burning a long time or our arrival. the biggest challenge was that france off pit. the tiles above the doors could fall often injure our fighter fighters--firefighters.
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>> will: is there any connection to last is any connection to the fire last week at the top the shop? >> today's fire has not been determined where it originated but we will determine and have an answer for a. some of the shops right next to it have a smoke and water damage to the amount of water took to put the fire out. the mark
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>> darya: will not get a look at weather and traffic this morning. >> reporter: all that sunshine out there reading us from the bay area. temperatures will be warming up once again. it will be a little warmer today compared to yesterday but we will get into the '70s by lunchtime from that '60s in the morning and then in afternoon we'll have high 80s. >> reporter: a brand of hot spot for east they drive through the alamo area and downtown 680 the two left lanes are blocked up.
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from the south 680 commute the one i creek is 25 minutes and through the dublin interchange into fremont is still going to be about half an hour. in the minutes there's a 52 minute drive time still standing force southdown commute from 2382237 . >> darya: of a marine pilot who was based in california is dead after a crash in england. the u.s. air force is investigating this. but by british police can confirm that he was the only person to die. an air force
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spokesperson said he crashed at the takeoff as he is headed back to united states. we'll bring you more details as soon as we get them. >> mark: a man in the middle of the street yelling at cars and attacking them with a machete. this is around three in the morning. what happened next is what police are tracking down. >> jackie: we talk to the police department not too long ago. they are still actively searching for the two drivers that intentionally or unintentionally hit the man with their vehicles. the police are actively searching for them. and this is a bizarre story which was caught on video. it was caught by people watching from their windows. a man started a
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man started attacking and breaking car windows with a machete. then you see a red or marooned honda starting backing up toward the man. he struck him at relatively lightly but then you see a white car zooming through that intersection knocking the man on top of the hoad and of smelly to the ground. the amazing thing is the man got up and walked away. the person with the machete was taken to local hospital but he only had moderate injuries he is also being held on a 72 hour psychiatric hold. the police are still looking for the drivers of those two vehicles. one of this month spokespersons to give more info. >> we're looking to identify and locate the two drivers. we're also asking at the same time for
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the people to turn themselves and. we understand this is unusual for people to drive down the street and face a person who's willing a machete. at the same time it is not yet at some one of your vehicle and ran. >> jackie: they're looking for red or marooned at four-door honda i and a white ford or toyota camry or similar model. the charges they will face are not determined but it might be felony hit-and-run. >> mark: if you want to watch the full unedited video go to kron 4 dot com. >> darya: the number of people who got food poisoning has grown
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to 880 after going to maurice >> stanley: wamarie stokes san s santa clara county health department had shut down the restaurant permanently. >> i ended up collapsing in the hallway here. my body essentially said it couldn't do any more. and it ended to go to the hospital. >> darya: this letter will be on antibiotics for several weeks. the cause is still being investigated. look for diaries of a notch a fever cramping.
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doctors say need to drink plenty of food-flow-it and get a lot of rest. fluid. on kron 4 news stoc we are waiting for vice- president joe biden to see whether he will run or not
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>> reporter: we still have this house by an alamo. the left wing is being blocked. the drive time
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has been increased to 22 minutes. >> mark: vice president joe biden will be speaking any minute announcing whether or not he will run for the presidency. toyota is recalling more than 6 million of its vehicles because the power windows which can short circuit and catch fire. this is for cars between 2005 and 200010. some of thescion vehicles are recalled as well. >> darya: blue-green algae has been shown at that be fine in a
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locally. a is it not toxic rain now but it can become toxic. the district banned swimming. district officials warned that the algae could of appear in other areas where three dogs died earlier this year. >> reporter: will have more details on your forecast after the break. fortatel manhavefod a ffert kind of mecinehat lors bo.
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>> reporter: right around the stone valley exit there is a 21 minute down to the dublin interchange. making your way into fremont is 22 minutes. the bridge toll plaza, 15 to 20 minutes from the macarthur names into the city. >> anny: lots of sunshine starting up rainout.--right now . we're looking and no delays
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for the airports' right now. we're now in the upper 50s with things slowly warming up. lunchtime today will have a nice afternoon. in the afternoon an afternoon who will have the '80s. we are now saying warm up into the '60s. the offshore winds are allowing us to a warm things up to well above average highs in afternoon. lunchtime will be 76 and 4:00 p.m. will be in the '80s. poor east bay shore highs are in the east. let's go
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live now to the white house whereby and will be making a special statement. >> good morning folks. please please sit down. mr. president think for letting me take the stand. as my family and i have worked throughout of the grieving process, i said all along, that time and again, that it very well may be the process about mounting a realistic campaign. i concluded that the window has closed. i know from previous experience
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that there is no timetable for this process. the process does not care about deadlines or debates or primaries or caucuses. i also know that i could do this--could do this if the family wasn't ready. the family has reached, that reached but my family has suffered loss and i hope there come a time a, and i've said this about many other families, it would be sooner rather than later that when you think about your loved ones it brings a tear to your eyes. that is where the biden's are today, they've got--god. the time necessary to mount a winning campaign is over for the
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bite and family. i will not be a candidate but i will not be silent. i intend to speak out clearly and forcefully to establish where we are as the party and where we need to take the nation. i believe that president has led this nation from crisis to recovery and we are now on the cusp of resurgence. i am honored to have played a part in that. this party and our nation will be making a tragic mistake or attempt to undo the legacy. the american people have worked too hard and come too far for that. democrats should not only defend his record and protect this record, they should run on the record. we have got a lot of
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work to get done over the next 15 months. and there is a lot that the president will have to get that, but let me be clear: we'll be building on a solid foundation. it all starts with giving the middle class of fighting chance. it is about the middle-class and. it is not just a matter about fairness or economic growth. is a matter of social stability for this nation. we cannot sustain the current levels of the inequality that exists in this country. i believe that the huge sums of the secret money for politics is a fundamental threat to our
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democracy, and i really mean that, i think is a fundamental threat. because the middle-class will never have a fighting chance in this country as long as just several hundred of the wealthiest families control process. it is that simple. i believe we have to level the playing field in america. and that will take access to america an opportunity to education to work. we need to commit to 16 years of free public education full all of our children. we all know that 12 years of public education is not enough. as the nation's lettuce make the same commitment to a college education that we made to a high-school education 100 years ago. children and child care is one of the biggest barrier for working families. we
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need to triple the checkout care tax credit, let alone this will lead to dramatic increase of people in the work force, and will raise our economic standards. there many ways to pay for this. there many equitable ways to pay for this, one of which is by limiting the deductions to 20 percent income . what the folks will pay more, but it is my guess, sincerely, they will be happy to build a stronger economy and education in america. we should lead more by the power of our example and not by the example of our power. we have learned powerful lessons over the military evasion's. we cannot solve all the world's problems, we can
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solve many of them, but none of them alone. the argument that we just have to do something when bad people do bad things is not good enough, it is not good enough reason for american intervention, to put our sons' and daughters' lives on the line, taking that risk. i believe we have in the divisive partisan politics that is gripping the country apart. we can do it and we have to end at this mean-spirited petty behavior. i do not believe what some view that it is naive to talk to republicans. should not look at republicans as enemies. for the sake of the country we have to work together. as the president has said multiple times compromised is not a dirty word. how does this country
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function without concessions this? how can we move forward without being able to ride the consensus? four more years of this kind of battle may be more than this country can take. we have to change it. i believe we need it but shot to cure cancer . it is hard but i know we can do this the. president and i have been working to increase money for research and development because there are so many breakthroughs on the horizon for science. we can make these real, with an absolute national commitment, to end a cancer as we know it today. i'm going to spend the next 15 months in office because i know
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there are democrats and republicans that share this action to silence this deadly disease. i would like to be the president and that cancer because it's possible. i would like to continue moving art of this nation toward justice and immigration reform and for women to a protective safe before violence and protection from racism and writes for the ltte community--lgbt. as my dad used it say it is about it fording every dignity to every person.
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everyone of these issues is about dignity. and that the of the forces of hate and division will not let up but they do not represent the american people, they do not represent the heart of this country. david represent a small fraction of the politically weak. and the next president will have to take on. most of all, i believe there are unlimited possibilities for the country. many white house staff say that we are so much better positioned than any other country. i have been doing this for a long time. when i was elected as a 29 year old kid, i was optimistic, and now i'm even more optimistic. and i believe to my court that there is no country on the face of the
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earth that can lead our world then united states of america. instead of being the problem, we have to become part of the solution, one america again. and at our core, what sets america apart from every other nation, is that we, as decisions, believe an unlimited possibilities. possibilities of a kid raised poor and in a spanish-speaking home, or people like joe and i raised in poor areas. we can do anything that we want to do. that's where we
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were both taught in what the president was taught. it was real. that's why grow believing. and you know, it has always been sure in this country. if we ever lose that, he had lost something very special. we will have lost the very soul of this country. when i was growing up, my parents and tough times, looked at me, and would say to me and my brothers and my sisters, honey it is going to be ok. and they meant it. they meant it. is going to be ok. i say go back to your old neighborhoods and talked her contemporaries. there are too many parents who don't believe they can look their kids and i
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can tell that it is ok. this is not complicated. this will be the true measure of our success. we will not have met it until parents can look at their kids in tough times and say it will be ok. this is our responsibility and in our power and the nation has done before in difficult times. i have had the very great privilege of being in public service since i was 25 years old. through personal triumphs and tragedies, my entire family, my son, and my daughter, and jill, and my whole family, and this sounds corny, but we have found purpose in public life. so we
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contend, the whole family, not just me, we intend to spend the next 15 months fighting for what we have always cared about what, my family has always cared about. i am absolutely certain that we are capable of accomplishing the extraordinary things. we can do this. and when we do, america will not just when the future, we will own the finish line. thank you for all have been so gracious to jail and me who have been there for the last 68 months. we can do so much more.
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>> darya: a very helpful and energetic singer that even though he will not run he will still help as much as he can. >> mark: obviously made a speech that will make people wishing he had run. the vice president said that he lost a friend and has now come out of the grieving process. hong >> darya: show by didn't will not enter the running. joe biden will not enter the race. >> james: vice president joe
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biden announced that he will not run for president. he said that the time window to look run successful campaign has been closed. >> as my family i have worked through the grieving process, have said all along, and time again to others, that may very well be that the process, by the time we get through it, closes the window on mounting a realistic campaigned for president. i have concluded that has closed. >> james: we found out they he will not be running for the campaign letting that hillary
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clinton and others pushed forward with their campaigns. >> anny: looking at sunny skies on your wan stay with lots of sunshine. don't way this summer clothes in just yet. this afternoon will be in the '70s. and by 4:00 p.m. it will be in the '80s. a high temperature for today will be in antioch and livermore and the high 80s.
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temperatures will cool down a little bit and we will talk more about that little bit as long as the little showers. >> reporter: in alamo area in the southbound 880 out of one the creek to dublin interchange 22 minutes. to nimitz freeway, 46 minutes to south 82 south 87. that is 26 minutes to your northbound ride.
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>> darya: we have a warning for people in the east bay. shoulder surfing is causing thousands of dollars of fact. >> reporter: thieves are targeting people at locations like this bankamerica. it is called shoulder surfing and is when people look over your shoulder to get your pen number three to leave without closing the transaction. if anyone can to sell leave--use your information while you leave can cost hundreds. >> it does take a little bit to show people that day are not yet done with their transactions.
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>> i try not to worry about things. >> sometimes i stick around and show people that their transaction is still up. >> reporter: since the month of may and 19th there has been around $10,000 stolen. you need to be aware fears ramblings. surroundings
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babies who are talked to from the time they're born are more likely to have a successful future. talking and reading to children in their first years has a huge impact on what they do with the rest of their lives. the fewer words they hear, the greater their chances of dropping out of school and getting into trouble. talk. read. sing. your words have the power to shape their world. learn more at first5california.com/parents
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though rep >> reporter: when we come back i'll have a full check of all the bridges
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>> reporter: bareback at the morning news with anny hong >> anny: we have lots of sunshine and warm a creek. we're still senes the next two days.
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this will be really nice afternoon. right now we are in the '60s that change. the wind speed is fairly light. as high pressure breaks down temperatures will cool off and the winds will pick out. especially in the north bay and east bay. later in the afternoon we will see temperatures in the '80s. here is the storm tracker 7 they forecast. temptress
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on thursday and up on friday and temperatures remain in the '80s through the weekend and a slight chance of a shower on sunday. on tuesday will have mostly cloudy conditions and another chance of showers and the middle of the week. >> reporter: are out of macarthur maze to bay bridge toll plaza 20 minutes to metering lights and across this man into downtown san francisco . some mateo bridge 18 minutes westbound ride to 101 and richmond san rafael bridge toll plaza backed up to castro
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street and some great shots in north bay. the golden gate bridge to southbound is a five minute from sausalito. >> mark: nasa scientists are searching for planets and may discovering of planet near a certain star that they cannot this german-turn-in what is--the german--determine. nasa scientist not know what is yet. >> where will be a natural explanation and will just learn the nature is stranger than we thought is.
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>> mark: it was observed in california and will take weeks to months to analyze the data. >> darya: the kids are looking at our costumes and as a parent you should be looking at certain feigns to make things help the are not. >> vicki: f said cost and smells bad it is probably because as heavy metals or other kinds of chemicals. lead is another chemical agent and may be found in some face paints. >> i am a makeup artist but and
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not a girl the legs make up. >> if these costumes are something that you choose to get keep the mask away from your eyes and your lips in-your-face . >> cross contamination even in adults is a huge problem. make sure that there of the proper age. of course is flammable. >> vicki: make sure the little ones can see alton and--how to and light. >> darya: a/s muslim student in
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texas was sent out of the school because of the cocky bill for science projects will look like a bomb. there is a foundation that is offering to pay for his high school and college education. the father is happy to be in a place where his son to grow and be accepted. >> mark: web is now making a transition to run as an independent candidate.
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paul ryan is not willing to become speaker of the house only if he is the consensus winner. he wants changes to house rules and that is--his family is the same as his top priority. >> darya: there is the $33 million loss in revenue but the mayor said there so many new venues for investment.
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a pool engineer who is 23 years old is living in his truck so that he can save 90% of the salary to pay for student loans . it has 120 square feet of living space and was very inexpensive. he did not tell us how much he makes but we estimate $100,000 a year. of the location really has everything he needs. you can work out there and get a doctor's visits and goethe the shower and a bathroom. >> mark: these voters have gone viral and social media. officer
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taylor was patrolling in the international rights fixable and louisiana. and apps that little boy was lost and brought to him. held the boy and he fell asleep and after half an hour the officer found a parent's.
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>> darya: the big stories are joe biden not to running. the vice president has said that the window has clothes for him to run. >> mark: at a sunnyvale mall firefighters fought the fire that started at a barbershop. the firefighter office said there were no injuries. >> darya: a man in the middle
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of the street using a machete to slash at cars. this happened early monday morning about 3:00 a.m.. he was screaming at passing drivers and smashing their car windows with the machete. and some drivers plowed into him with their cars. police are now trying to find drivers. >> mark: we will get cooler tomorrow but friday on will have warmer weather. stay connected with us any time at crawdad four-door com, facebook, and twitter kron 4, got,, kron-4-
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