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taking a live look outside at the embarcadero a nice start for your holiday weekend. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. with a look at what you can expect for your presidents day weekend. >> dave: starting a change in some areas it's looking a little bit better get the sun out get the mixing process art by azeri goes into all of a clock and effects of the north bay.
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already the visibility level has changed a bit for the east bay begins to concord is up to about eight inlets the hayward at 0.8. are on the bay michel bay area or looking at numbers below five. up in one country nap of 0.3. that will improve and then the fog advisories' and officially in the north bay. it can be felt all over the bay. >> dave: 66 by 2:65 at fort. 60s by the late afternoon. a little breeze. the planning forecast this is where some of the patches are the towers you can see the metal by noon talked mostly sunny temperatures lower 60s upper 60s by the late afternoon and mostly sunny and warm and nice. we of the detail we can we made mention some
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rainfall. >> marty:happening now: a warning for anyone walking on the golden gate bridge. after two people were shot with blow darts. you're looking at one of those darts. next to a pen for size comparison. they are long and very sharp. this happened yesterday. the people hit were walking *on the bridge path in broad daylight. kron4's jeff bush talked to police about this act of seemingly random violence. >> reporter: two people were headed in the dark was found on the sidewalk, according to chp a bicycle officer flag down a tick at 245 near vista point. by a man who said he was shot in the leg by one of these starts. he thought"of pain and noticeable dark 2 in. in his leg. that would be the door i just showed you. his jeans and
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then went into a seventh. >> reporter: use of finance state and was a convict and came up and said she had also been hit by blowed art. in the knee to victims both walked north on the bridge neither knew each other and chp does not believe. they were believe and they've just been random. "if you're driving on the bridge when the height like height for average adult someone was firing the starts at vehicles travelling by which it had any report someone on the sidewalk here blowgun of any type. the best to tell someone was traveling on a one shooting out for the sidewalk. >> marty: fitat this point police don't have any leads on a suspect but, there are a lot of cameras on the bridge. so there is a chance the crime camera.
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more big bay area news: the worlds best surfers came out to catch a wave at the titans of mavericks competition. but it was a local who swam awaythe winner is nic lamb from this was the first time since 2014 that the premier big wave surfing compeition was held. lamb has been surfing mavericks since he was just 14-years-old. but this is the first time he has ever won. "the waves were very large today. . >> marty:take a look at this: lamb recovered from one of the biggest wipeouts of the day. he was underwater for quite some time. and when he finally came up for air. a 20-foot wave came crashing over his head. but a few minutes later. he was the next ride. >> marty:breaking news: according to multiple reports -- terrorist group al shabab has claimed responsibility for a recent attack on a somaliyou can
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see the damage caused by an explosion on the plane in mid- air early this month. the cause is suspected to be a suicide bombing. the plane was able to make an emergency landing after the blast. two people were hurt - the suspected bomber was sucked out of the plane. investigators believe the bomb was smuggled on the plane inside a laptop. >> marty:a pacifica woman is grieving ocean currents pulled the couple out to sea last tuesday. kron 4's justine waldman sat down with the widow who describes how her husband died trying to save her from the strong waves. " >> reporter: might soak up the
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see it in. for a walk to the beach or looking out at the pierre tuesday when a sneaker wave hit them. verbalarry did nt so stuck and went to the short get help but came back to save her. "he said a can't lose you. claudia went with the ways in getting to the search for two men pulled her out larry. did not make it out. witnessed his laugh living momentslast livings
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>> reporter: want others not to underestimate the power of the ocean or dangerous rip currents. >> marty:coming up: a manhunt underway to find the driver who hit a person then took off. we have exclusive video of the car used in the deadly hit-and- and it marks the unofficial start of baseball season for the big name players you can expect to show up at giants fan fest this morning. and next -- for your health. how long it could be before a zika virus vaccine begins testing.
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>> marty:for your health: here is a look at some of the the world health organization but we are still at least 18 months away from large scale earlier this week president obama asked for one-point-eight billion dollars in emergency funds to help fight the virus. on the funding. they say it's crucial that pregnant women don't travel to devastating birth defects. it is mostly spread through mosquitoes. there are currently more than 50 cases of zika in the u-s and but officials say a massive outbreak in the u-s is unlikely. bob'snew this morning. the governor of hawaii has signed an emergency proclamation regarding the zika virus. the governor says there have not been any local zika cases in the u-s and he wants hawaii to keep in front of the situation. earlier this week congress held hearings on capitol hill to review president obama's request for one-point-eight billion dollars to fight the disease.
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coming up on kron 4 news weekend. it was a busy week on capitol hill. from the president's new budget proposal to a congressman vaping we'll take a look at all the big issues facing congress. live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekend: it's free admission at the san jose museum of art. it's part of chinese new year the museum is on market street and is open from 11:00 a-m to 5:00 p-m 5:00 p-m chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology.
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meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at what you can expect if you have outdoor holiday weekend >> dave: the more dense areas happening dentin pockets all over place in maybe a couple hours for this and then we start to us make some of dry air above us. the visibility olga's numbers livermore 0.5 san jose at 2 mi. of visibility. in the peninsula and gets better in spots not everywhere still sfo. below the one is reporting at 10. those temperatures in the 40's and the no. 8 pencil '50s and we still see some showers mid-40s in the far east bay speaking of that let's check out the temperatures here we see the six to 60 pop out and then also some seventies going on in parts
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of the south bay tomorrow it'll be but much better spread out. tomorrow we're talking seven use of the big metro peninsula north included in it keeps on getting warmer after that this is the east bay shoreline upper 60s to be expected today in and seize the '70s here and for not coming in as well. the left-hand side your screen a warm-up that we're talking about upper '70's tuesday and then the latter portion of a week interesting changes pattern we get rain back to the program here to finish off the remainder of the week. >> marty:in the south bay this morning. police are still looking for the driver who they say hit and phipps off early friday morning. we first told you about the story yesterday on the kron 4 morning news.
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kron 4's scott rates spoke to the man who found the car that police say was used in the deadly hit-and-run. >> reporter: investigators dig pictures to collect evidence. this was the scene after midnight friday morning on winchester boulevard in san jose. police say that the driver of this pit of then on a bike the collision. killing the bicyclist. this car was not found to hours later mr. owns and then friday morning he is opening the restaurant but and noticed something strange. " for a >> reporter: 8 mornings crash makes that the six deadly related crash in san jose.
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investigators say they do not believe that the car was stolen they are still trying to track down the driver. >> marty: rescue of several pets trapped it happened just before 3:00 firday afternoon on notre dame avenue. the homeowners were at work at the time. but their pets were firefighters were able to rescue a black lab and a calico cat. the dog was scared but unhurt. correspondent alex schuman takes >> reporter: the butter flex my priorities. >> reporter: trough with the president releasing his proposed budget for last year in office.
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the way we whole deal the controlling the budget. there will soon be no local sales tax on amazon. congress voted to ban internet access permanently. internet taxes permanently. >> reporter: congress long supporter of e cigarettes use one at a hearing. nothing important about this yet but it's good video. democrat >> reporter: ever seeing the falling water crisis . one force epa to notify the public about unsafe drinking water in 48 hours of contamination.
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the warriors overtake toronto later in this broadcast. >> marty:live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekend: it's the valentine's eve bazaar in san francisco. it's happening at the bay natives nursery at 10:00 a-m to 5:30 p-m. the event is free to attend. the event is free to attend. but ended up nowhere. the event is free to attend. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended release technology, helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq.
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>> gary: season gets another chance three representatives in the all-star game first time in 40 years. three golden state warriors curry and thompson. you have current behind the back. thompson both guy is going head- to-head in to honor to toronto. minus five degrees look at them out there just warm specially drawn. . "any team is special in its good to it represent a whole squad and all the accomplishments.
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>> gary: he told the warriors pr staff to give any extras i will do them. the three-point contest sunday around 530 is the all- star game. >> gary: from toronto facing kevin. they had fun the bottom line as the warm-up for the ones that count. . saturday morning
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sports. >> marty:live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekend: it's giants fan fest in san francisco. you can ask your favorite players questions, and even get some autographs. you might even get a chance to meet gary radnich there. it's happening at a-t-and-t park from 10:00 a-m to 3:00 p-m. the event is free, but you do have to pay to park.
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>> marty: weekend. taking a live look outside from the embarcadero this morning. a nice start to the president's day weekend. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at what you can expect if you have outdoor activities planned for thisgood
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morning dave. >> dave: will warm up a lot today we're doing good mostly sunny will be the rule later on a couple hours it will be out of here. a look at what we have going on on the sematech abridge negotiating through this fog. here's a look at the visibility level c can see that they are still quite low in the east bay. it's not officially were they issued a dense fog advisory however you can see the bay trop de metro the numbers are well below 5 mi. this ability. i did check and in senior reports of delays going on up in the north bay we have 10 begins see at petaluma 0. it's kind of touching go depending on where you are. temperatures like this 67 by 2:65 at 4 and then back
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down to the '50s will feel chilly in the middle of a week. northwest winds near 10 a breakdown for today at the golden gate in the background. temperatures by noon mostly sunny and mild temperatures in the upper 60s at 4:00 in the area mostly sunny and nice. we are details on the rest of this begins forecast and his ability forecast with rain. >> marty:happening today. baseball. and some fans are already in line. systems morning long lines already avery joining the fans out there. to give you everything need to know if you plan on going. >> averi: here at at&t lines all
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around. fans can enter and will start at 10:00 people here for hours. there are people on two sides of the street here and a week and had oversleep and see exactly how many people are out here you see people saying colo all wearing their giant skier and packing programs and things here that at&t they are some of the people out here waiting because it is free to get inside at&t this morning you have to pay to park people here for hours waiting. take a look at some of the players that will be here with the fan fess this morning will be buster matt came joe panic and those are
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just some of the people there lots more players who will be out here this morning to sign autographs take pictures of bands. if you plan on coming out here be aware that you have to go through security your have to pay to park. >> marty: spring training starts next week for the giants and a's reports of scottsdale wednesday for the a's their report one week from today and the rest of the players from both teams will good trading the following week baseball is right around a corner.
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homicides that there is the tests two weeks department show that violent still, police are investigating two homicides reported in the past three weeks. >> marty:last night's walk was organized by the contra costa interfaith supporting community organization. police arrested a 21-year old san leandro man on suspicion of stabbing his father to death. officers responded to calls of a man screaming for help around 5- 30 -friday morning, at this juana avenue apartment complex. they found a 21-year old man covered in blood. inside the apartment was his father. who was pronounced dead at the scene.
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behind the stabbing yet. and of the suspect or victim. correspondent mark takes a look at where things stand in the race the lighthouse. >> reporter: erase inspired the seven remaining presidential candidates are looking at each other hoping keep the campaign alive. the latest delegate count
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shows after iowa and new hampshire donald is a head after senator remains neck-and-neck with mark at this point still anyone's bid. hillary continues to make her way and sanders met with community leader. weekend. one factory of to keep in mind hillary has got all large support from democratic party leaders and a wide margin in the race despite bernie doing so
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well in new hampshire this past week. >> marty:a new app that could help detect earthquakes. after the break. we'll tell you it. live look outside. san mateo bridge. for the weekend: commemorate the year of the there are lots of lunar new year activities for kids. the zoo is offering free the year of the monkey. a few of those years are 2004, 1992, and 1980. it's happening from 10:00 -am to 3:00 p-m.
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if all goes as planned the app will send a trigger to a network server that it has detected earthquake shaking. if that server receives triggers from other smart phones in the same area it can send out alerts to the region. officials say this system has potential to be put in place all over the world. the app is currently only available for androids. but developers are working to bring the app to apple and microsoft devices as well. live look outside. san francisco will show you a new feature in tesla that pushes the boundaries on all a trick vehicles coming
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up on kron 4 it's the lonely hearts adoption event. this valentine's day weekend the san francisco spca is offering along with romantic themed activities you can check out. the event starts at 10:00 a-m at the mission adoption center. did you know there's a cough liquid
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the snow. how about that and what we have going on is a typical farm situation we are very vittoria's for. and basically the moister pacific is rolling on and all you have to do it is clear right above it we get the mixing in the surf. watch out here will call these numbers are. ec and livermore at 0.5. oakland 3.0 for visibility. i did check to see if there's any per airport delays i did not see any we will let you know if there arbor. bobby and the north bay that's where the official fog advisory is. and sort of the benchmark not clock by then. it clears up
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basically in the mostly sunny today we expect the pressure kicking and we will not want to note we will have scattered clouds threat the day and upper level clouds or in a warming trend today we feel kind of warm but we have a bigger one up happening there in the lows in the '70s and the south bay as well we have some too. tepic will back down again and we start tomorrow off with readings in the '50s. warming up quickly as you notice in the '70s covering most of the bay area and x epimedium coast and then we see higher elevation in the hills to braunite. early part of a week you can see even to will be mild. lower '70s for most of the south bay here is the 74
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cast on the left-hand side of your screen. then we get more rain on the right-hand side of your screen we have wednesday to the end of the week. >> marty:tesla continues to push the a new feature called - "ludicrous mode" - is getting a our tech trends reporter gabe slate got in a tesla to show us "one of the complaints we always hear about fully electric cars is they are slow. they don't have good tesla overcame that. they are fast. and now they are even faster. a new feature was recently added called "ludicrous mode" that will let you hit a button and take the car from 0- 60 in 2.8 seconds. let's test it out. " we took the tesla to the country away from traffic and buildings so we could fly our quadcopter 4 drone to help us capture the aerial view. it was a beautiful day perfect for a fast drive this ludicrous mode is a setting you turn on through the tesla's dashboard touch screen. once you have it on whenever the car is at a complete stop and
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you press your foot on the gas pedal it will do its thing. blasting the car to 60 miles per hour in under 3 seconds. before we did this i placed a small action video camera pointed forward on the dash with heavey duty gaffer's tape. it wasn't enough. here's what happened to that camera the first time we tried ludicrous mode. it went flying off the dash the take off is. here is a look from our drone above straight on when we activated ludicrous mode . nats - me - whoaaaaa that's fast and here's a view from behind from our drone as we take off with ludicrous mode nats - take off car - weeeeeeeee "wow, it's crazy fast i've never had a car that accelerated this fast." the tesla model 's' is now the world's fastest-accelerating this feature really pushes forward automotive technology and electric cars.
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this puts an electric vehicle on par with big engine muscle cars and high end luxury sports cars like ferraris. 0-60 in 2.8 seconds is actually faster then most muscle and sporty cars. like most people i can't afford the drone we used in that story it helped us get some good shots. tesla also recently added an auto pilot feature that let's the car drive by it's self. a self parking feature. and a neat thing called "summon" which will bring the car to you on demand. for a closer look at those look for my tech page on kron 4 dot with your tech trends gabe slate. kron4news-dot- >> marty:coming up on the kron 4 morning news. three new movies hit theaters this weekend with a after the break we will take a look at what's now showing. live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekend: it's the jack of all trades market in oakland.
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grab a unique valentine's day gift or make one, in a "do it yourself" workshop. 11:00 a-m to 5:00 p-m in jack london square. i've smoked a lot
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hit this is it pretty. as a strong predicting 60 $70 million this weekend. and then in 01 return 15 years later for another stand-up in zealander two. >> reporter: be single is blaze choice for valentine's day believe this light-hearted look it will still moviegoers' hearts this weekend. >> averi: in-line for the giants
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fan fast down the block toluol all about the free fan fast coming up. we of >> marty: the forecast coming up in two minutes.
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>> marty:welcome to kron 4 news weekend. taking a live look outside at the embarcadero a nice start for your holiday weekend. joining us. meteorologist dave spahr is here but the >> dave: not warm enough for you don't worry tomorrow will be warmer still for parley particularly whether coming our way the bay bridge will back up the overline moisture has mixed out and i started doing its performance as you can see. the numbers are quite low all look out at livermore a mile visibility here were at 5.5
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oakland 3. we're also looking at sfo coming in at one about the north baker the one country low as well. and dense fog divisor is covering the north bay as you can see it is problematic in your travels. san jose the breakdown tell you about at 2:69 by 4:00 p.m. driving back down to lower 60s and the planning forecast behind me concede revenues our mostly sunny 4:00 in the upper 60s under mostly sunny at night. with details and the remainder of your holiday forecast coming up. >> marty:happening now: a warning for anyone walking on the golden gate bridge. after two people were shot with blow darts.
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you're looking at one of those darts. next to a pen for size comparison. this happened yesterday. the people hit were walking *on the bridge path in broad daylight. kron4's jeff bush talked to police about this act of seemingly random violence. the third >> reporter: dart was found on the sidewalk. according to chp it happened at this point. a man said that he was shot by one of these starts. "it's a blow dark 2 in. into his leg. it be one of the darts gone through his jeans and then went into his skin. >> reporter: of the immense
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statement on the second victim came up and she had a shop bulgar. . they were both walking up on the bridge. neither knew each other and chp does not believe that they were targeted it appears to be random acts of violence. "we tell someone's firing the news starts out a window dressing by. >> marty: are are a lot of cameras on the bridge so there may be a chance that the crime could of. been caught on of >> marty:more big bay area news:
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to catch a wave at the titans of mavericks competition. but it was a local who swam away prize. the winner is nic lamb from santa cruz. this is video from above the competition yesterday in half moon bay. this was the first time since 2014 that the premier big wave surfing compeition was held. since he was just 14-years-old. but this is the first time he has ever won. take a look at this: lamb recovered from one of the biggest wipeouts of the day. he was underwater for quite some time. and when he finally came up for air. a 20-foot wave came crashing over his head. but a few minutes later. he was back on the water looking for the next ride. >> marty:breaking news: according to multiple reports -- terrorist group al shabab has claimed responsibility for a recent attack on a somali commercial airliner. you can see the damage caused by an explosion on the plane in mid-air early this month. the cause is suspected to be a suicide bombing.
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the plane was able to make an emergency landing after the blast. two people were hurt - the suspected bomber was sucked out of the plane. investigators believe the bomb was smuggled on the plane inside of a laptop. >> marty:happening today: it's giants fan fest. the event is free -- and signals the unofficial start of baseball season. fans will have the opportunity to get onto the field and a-t- and-t park and even meet players. it starts at 10:00 a-m, but people are already lining up. kron4's averi harper is live outside a-t-and-t park with what you need to know if you are planning on going. >> averi: so the fans got very excited they have been waiting hours to get inside what steps are the ways they can see how long the line is. that applies
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across the street you can see people here are decked out in giants' career party for the festival many are waiting till 6:00 p.m.. the video vote's going on and people get inside the will be able to get autographs also able that ask questions to the players. >> averi: take all looked at this list buster will be here that came j.p. the jokes and one of the newest set francisco giants if you plan to come out here the festival is free probably will have to pay parking people who got out here
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little earlier and found. >> marty:alright thanks averi we will be checking back in with you through out the morning. and spring training starts next week for both the giants and for the giants. pitchers and catchers report to scottsdale on wednesday. and for the a's pitchers and catchers report to mesa, arizona one week from today. the rest of the players for both teams report to spring training the following week. coming up: a manhunt underway to find the driver who hit a person thenwe have exclusive video of therun. then. we sit down with a woman whose husband died trying to save her life. after she was knocked off the pacifica pier. how long it could be before a zika virus vaccine begins testing.
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>> marty:for your health: here is a look at some of the big medical news this week: the world health organization says several companies are working on a zika virus vaccine. but we are still at least 18 months away from large scale trials. earlier this week president obama asked for one-point-eight billion dollars in emergency funds to help fight the virus. the heads of the c-d-c testified on capitol hill during a hearing on the funding. they say it's crucial that pregnant women don't travel to infected areas. the virus has been linked to devastating birth defects. it is mostly spread through mosquitoes. there are currently more than 50 cases of zika in the u-s and more are expected. but officials say a massive outbreak in the u-s is unlikely. museum is on market street all and 5 today and it is free
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will be one read and moral more precipitation happening in the next week negotiating through fog as well very busy bridge. there you see all low-lying clouds and fog at work a couple hours for all of that. and then all time better quite low 0.5 knap but at 0. 1 mi. visibility for sfo no delays happening
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still the business of the '40's that hasn't changed. and then up the north bay mid-40s member gay fifties at work in fog hangs out. it will treat us in terms of daytime heating what's going on as high pressure it gets a little bit of a breeze and once that does it will cut that off. and then temperatures tomorrow with record high temperatures. or '70s parts of the north bay south bay and then later tonight it will cover until midnight and then will sit overnight as well. tomorrow a bit more action will hold metro
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is in the '70s territory which was still hover in the '60s over the death of her husband. >> dave: mid lower 60s on the coast they shoreline san mateo left hand side of our screen middle upper 70's in the east bay that this was talking to marty about the precipitation hoping more so for the mounds and showers of the bay area. >> marty:
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ocean currents pulled the couple out to sea last tuesday. kron 4's justine waldman sat down with the widow who describes how her husband died trying to save her from the strong waves. >> reporter: her soul mate was swept out to sea. claudia more and her husband went on a walk at the beach in pacific appear tuesday. a sneaker with hit them. larry didn't get pulled and in first went to go get help but came back to save her.
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"i saw the helicopters that was over had that's when they got him out of the water. >> reporter: read died later at the hospital they were married 20 years. >> reporter: she wants others not to underestimate the power of the ocean dangerous did the recurrence and remember larry as an honest man.
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>> marty:in pacifica --- a fire broke out at a home already red tagged because of the crumbling cliffside it'sthis is video from yesterday afternoon. the fire reached 3-alarms. it took more 80 firefighters an hour to put out the flames. nobody was hurt in the fire, the in belmont. firefighters had to come to the in a burning home. firday afternoon on notre dame avenue. the time. but their pets were inside. firefighters were able to rescue a black lab and a calico cat. the dog was scared but unhurt. the cat suffered smoke inhalation, was given oxygen by firefighters and transported to a veterinary hospital. >> marty:decision 2016. with just a week until south carolina republicans head to the polls - the remaining g-o-p presidential hopefuls are campaigning across the palmetto state. the race remains just as competitive between the democrats who are heading west to nevada for their next contest. kron 4's national correspondent mark meredith has a look at where things stand in the race for the white house.
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>> reporter: they're hoping to get a headline. the text that can be a turnoff for voters and maybe the only ways to get ahead of the other candidates at this point. this delegate count shows after i was new hampshire dulled the had after big losses in hampshire hillary's a ethnographic at bernie's momentum.
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"person who's paul fought consistently and earned the trust of young americans and that is hillary. . >> reporter: 3 has done a lot of support from democratic leaders despite bernie doing so well in new hampshire this past week. >> gary: all-star game this sunday will the news broadcasts live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekend: it's the valentine's eve bazaar in san francisco. enjoy live music, food, drink and pony rides. it's happening at the bay natives nursery at 10:00 a-m to 5:30 p-m. the event is free to attend.
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>> gary: golden state warriors three-point contest might be more exciting currie behind. thompson both those guys going head-to-head in toronto where the word is that it is minus 05 degrees take all look they're just warm.
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kevin"to teammates here is special basketball is a good team to have" >> gary: green is doing every interview and told the warriors pr staff if there's any extras and sunday 530 airtime the all star game. a lot of celebrity game taken a stroll out there drake from toronto vs. kevin hart.
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>> marty: level the upside at the golden gate bridge. for the weekend: francisco. you can ask your favorite players questions, and even get some autographs. you might even get a chance to it's happening at a-t-and-t park from 10:00 a-m to 3:00 p-m. the event is free, but you do the event is free, but you do
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>> marty:welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. taking a live look outside from the embarcadero this morning. a nice start to the president's day weekend. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at what you can expect if you have outdoor activities planned for this holiday weekend good morning dave. >> dave: the bay bridge is improving another shot of the bay bridge to concede we got blue with patches where the sun, basically it's above this little far uglier still these levels are quite low below the numbers at this hour. good night
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hayward suckled a cloud cover san jose at 1 in your affected by the fog and high pressure will position itself the just tomorrow but monday tuesday enormous days we've seen so far this year will be happening within the next several days before things change. downtown san francisco opera '60s by 2:00 4:00 as well. then back to 68:00 the breakdown for you still up the golden gate cloud cover and then lower 60s mostly sunny but that point and then the evening hours for today >> marty:
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in the south bay this morning. police are still looking for the driver who they say hit and killed a bicyclist and then took off early friday morning. we first told you about the morning news. kron 4's scott rates spoke to the man who found the car that police say was used in the police >> reporter: say that the driver hit a man on a bike then took off the cliff in killing the bicyclist this car was not found till hours later victor owns on friday morning opening his restaurant he noticed something strange. >> reporter: marks the sixth
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traffic related crashes this year. while investigators say they do not believe the car was stolen they are still trying to track down the driver. piper >> marty: the most recent crime statistics released by the antioch police department show that violent crime is going down. still, police are investigating past three weeks.
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police arrested a 21-year old san leandro man on suspicion of stabbing his father to death. officers responded to calls of a man screaming for help around 5- 30 -friday morning, at this juana avenue apartment complex. they found a 21-year old man inside the apartment was his father. who was pronounced dead police do not know the motive behind the stabbing yet. and they have not released the name of the suspect or victim. >> marty:the san francisco city attorney's office is responding the family of mario woods. the city says that woods told officers, they would have to shoot him before he would drop woods was fatally shot by san francisco police last december. he was a suspect in a stabbing. and police say, he refused to drop his knife. the city attorney's office says woods was shot when he quote - "attempted to flee by walking past the officers. and toward the area where numerous bystanders congregated." been
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dependent knife was later matched to the attack on the stabbing victim. his shooting has launched nationwide protests. and a department of justice investigation into the san family and friends of richmond police officer-- gus vegas. vegas was shot and killed early thursday morning. spoke out about his death. police say vegas was gunned down grandson's father. a domestic dispute when he was killed. at vallejo's "church on the hill." his son, joe vegas, spoke on behalf of the family. de
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"the place of assert that devoted himself the other is. college is a father he sacrificed to protect his family." >> reporter: >> marty:officer gus vegas leaves behind his wife sandra of 30 years, 10 children, and 20 grandchildren. coming up on kron 4 news weekend. a new app that could help detect earthquakes. after the break. we'll tell you how it works and who's behind it. live look outside. san mateo bridge. for the weekend: commemorate the year of the monkey at the san francisco zoo. there are lots of lunar new year the zoo is offering free admission if you were born in the year of the monkey. a few of those years are 2004, 1992, and 1980. it's happening from 10:00 -am to 3:00 p-m.
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>> marty: bad androids that was created to detect the unique shaking the berkeley seismological labratory teamed up with the silicon valley innovation center to create the "my-shake" app. if all goes as planned the app will send a trigger to a network server that it has detected earthquake shaking. if that server receives triggers from other smart phones in the same area it can send out alerts to the region. officials say this system has potential to be put in place all over the world. pitchthe app is currently only available for androids. but developers are working to bring the app to apple and microsoft embarcadero.
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for the weekend: it's the lonely hearts adoption event. this valentine's day weekend the san francisco spca is offering free pet adoptions. along with romantic themed been the event starts at 10:00 a-m at the mission adoption center.
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after trying brookside chocolate, people talk about it online. love at first taste. i would liquefy it and bathe in it.
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curse you, brookside! your nefarious plans have succeeded. nefarious? are we still talking about chocolate? brookside. talk about delicious. >> dave: this will problem mixup and next door to we've seen some little spots of improvement but the numbers are quite low as the fairfield at one. livermore 0.3. and then still san jose
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gained 1 mi. visibility. officially the dense fog advisory business and the higher elevations. not much intrusion in terms of cloud cover. the balance you could probably get mostly sunny today and warm mild temperatures. in the lower 70 piquancy north bay parts the east bay here and on san jose larcenies here and then we'll see what we can do getting cool not quite cold now. we start off tomorrow morning would fast for my party by 2:00 '70s cover the entire bay metro up to the north today extending down to the south is the conceit everyone except for some immediate coast of the '70s territory.
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>> dave: slower '70s territory where you can expect for today and that an improvement upper '70's look the seven day forecast high pressure does its thing monday tuesday 77 or so. the warmest day of that of the season that we see in the valleys and a big change into the system is moving on and and hopefully bring raid wednesday thursday friday. >> marty:there's a lot going on this long weekend, but might we suggest a quick day trip to one of california's finest gems: pescadero. today we have yelp community manager, candice gatlin, here to direct us to yelpers' favorite day in the quaintest of coastal towns. >> reporter: 5 mouse south of san francisco first of we have all been two hours. it's really
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cool that can be reviewed every season marches the best time most of the telescope back to the sea in february the babies stay around for another month also called leadener >> reporter: about 3 mi. walk it's pretty easy to get through.
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>> reporter: the walls are lined with folk rock art work some really cool stuff. but the records and also a silent movie theater it's a very cool place to check out a supercool place to go. >> reporter: has 400 reviews a five-star rating almost. they're known for garlic bread under $6 for bigelow for its flavor full you pull apart charge of inside
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it's beautiful. >> reporter: the hall of state beach to already something outside two options the state features beautiful rocky beach enormous the tide pools scheck got some really rake " rainbow crabs a gorgeous sunset if you're looking for mac romantic place for valentine's day for photo shoots you can be there. and for the state park a couple miles inland from the beach great for camping hiking and of the 5,000 a. park with seven
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square miles. harley farms this is a goat farm that award winning cheese shop. right now a convicted time to go. that house made goods and jam the key oil piquant get these as their award winning cheese. that's absolutely beautiful everything they make as a work of art. almost 300 reviews at the bottom mile or so very easy park beside the road and have a good time.
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pipe live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekend: the event is happening from 11:00 a-m to 5:00 p-m in jack london square.
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>> marty:tesla continues to push the boundries of what an 'all-
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a new feature called - "ludicrous mode" - is getting a lot of buzz. slate got in a tesla to show us what that feature is all about - stand up - "one of the complaints we always hear about fully electric cars is they are slow. they don't have goodtesla overcame that. they are fast. and now they are even faster. a new feature was mode" that will let you hit a button and take the car from 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. let's test it out. " we took the tesla to the country away from traffic and buildings so we could fly our quadcopter 4 drone to help us capture the aerial view.
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it was a beautiful day perfect for a fast drive this ludicrous mode is a setting you turn on through the tesla's dashboard touch screen. once you have it on whenever the car is at a complete stop and you press your foot on the gas pedal it will do its thing. blasting the car to 60 miles per hour in under 3 seconds. before we did this i placed a small action video camera pointed forward on the dash with heavey duty gaffer's tape. it wasn't enough. here's what happened to that camera the first time we tried ludicrous mode. i was not prepared for how fast here is a look from our drone above straight on when we activated ludicrous mode . and here's a view from behind from our drone as we take off nats - take off car - weeeeeeeee "wow, it's crazy fast i've never had a car that accelerated this the tesla model 's' is now the world's fastest-acceleratingthis feature really pushes forward automotive technology and electric cars. this puts an electric vehicle on par with big engine muscle cars and high end luxury sports cars like ferraris. piffle0-60 in 2.8 seconds is actually faster then most muscle and sporty cars.
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like most people i can't afford the drone we used in that story it helped us get some good shots. tesla also recently added an the car drive by it's self. and a neat thing called "summon" on demand. for a closer look at those look for my tech page on kron 4 dot com or on our mobile app. with your tech trends gabe -didn't
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advance >> dave: lowell moisture with so lyophobic that's with us will be from the terms of status for another hour until this starts to excel. the use it goes on for petaluma napa sfo is improving and with city 0.5 san jose at 1 then off to the east bay just a
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little bit of caution if you start your day for oakland a break down 67 by 2:00 p.m. and then in the late afternoon upper 50s like this evening and then tomorrow everyone will be warmer than that of a beat by 4:00 as well with the temperatures. >> marty:happening now: a warning for anyone walking on blow darts. you're looking at one of those darts. next to a pen for size they are long and very sharp. this happened yesterday. the people hit were walking *on daylight. kron4's jeff bush talked to police about this act of what >> reporter: 3 starts
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firing the golden gate bridge to people hit in the third dart was found on the sidewalk according to chp abuzz officer was flags at 235 in the afternoon near vista point. bob "one of the decision to do was in his like have gone through and it perforated his skin. . then another woman come up and said that she got hit with a blow dark. both people walking on the bridge in either knew each other. then appear"window height is for
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average adult. the best chicken tell traveling what one going out toward the sidewalk. >> reporter: >> marty:more big bay area news: the worlds best surfers came out to catch a wave at the titans of mavericks competition. but it was a local who swam away prize. the winner is nic lamb from this is video from above the 2014 that the premier big wave lamb has been surfing mavericks since he was just 14-years-old. but this is the first time he has ever won. take a look at this: lamb
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recovered from one of the he was underwater for quite some time. and when he finally came up for air. a 20-foot wave came crashing over his head. but a few minutes later. he was back on the water looking for the next ride. breaking news: happening today: it's giants fan fest. the event is free -- and signals the unofficial start of baseball season. fans will have the opportunity to get onto the field and a-t- and-t park and even meet it starts at 10:00 a-m, but people are already lining up. kron4's averi harper is live planning on going. the people >> averi: are pouring into at&t park such policies can see exactly how long the line is this the second straight day i can't even see it the end of
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the line begins see people and their giant skier for the free fan festival waiting here since 6:00 a.m. all were excited to get inside the city. a video what fans will be able to see q&a available for players. also opportunities to get autographs pictures fans also walk on the field toward the dugout. able to talk to one fan to look at 3:00 a.m. to be the first in mind to listen. the fed >> averi: still is free if you took public transit and avoid that. >> marty:alright thanks averi we will be checking back in with you through out the morning. and spring training starts next week for both the giants and a's.
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for the giants. pitchers and catchers report to scottsdale on wednesday. and for the a's pitchers and catchers report to mesa, arizona one week from today. a manhunt underway to find the took off. we have exclusive video of the car used in the deadly hit-and- run. then. we sit down with a woman whose husband died trying to save her life. after she was knocked off the pacifica pier. how long it could be before a zika virus vaccine begins testing.
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for your health: here is a look at some of the big medical news this week: the world health organization says several companies are but we are still at least 18 months away from large scale earlier this week president obama asked for one-point-eight billion dollars in emergency the heads of the c-d-c testified on capitol hill during a hearing on the funding. pregnant women don't travel to it is mostly spread through there are currently more than 50but officials say a massive people who smoked marijuana as teenagers may have a smaller vocabulary once they reach thousand young adults between 18 and 30 and followed them for 25 after 25 years the scientists found that marijuana use was associated with loss of verbal memory. meaning they couldn't teenagers and young adults. according to another study. nearly 6% of high school seniors say they smoke marijuana daily.
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live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekend: it's free admission at the san jose museum of art. it's part of chinese new year celebrations. the museum is on market street and is open from 11:00 a-m to 5:00 p-m
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>> dave: this is an improvement the sun coming out the conflict is fought out >> dave: 8 as temporary at lower
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levels here is how it comes out. this improvement slightly fairfield at three oakland coming at 4 livermore's up the tunnel san jose 0.3 slight improvement there. tyndall at this read on the bay area coming in with the grain going on. little moisture the hand itself out in them into sunny afternoon to. but brazil moved too much because the fog is impeding.. but a >> dave: 12:00 we have '70s all over the big metro. the
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south bay coverage right they're all covered it will be good tomorrow and even warmer than today. monday to continue that trend as well. here's what the numbers look like taking a look at the north bay or '70s through one country again tomorrow. after that here comes the change to bring some renown. . >> marty: a pacifica woman is grieving over the death of her husband. ocean currents pulled the couple out to sea last tuesday. kron 4's justine waldman sat describes how her husband died trying to save her from the strong waves. "nothing could grieve any more. but i'm doing that a lot more
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now." >> reporter: claudia and her husband a seeker wave hit them. larry did not get stuck in which a short get help. when he came back he was in the water to save her.. she went with the waves getting where she pulled out. but larry did not make it i'll claw. deal with this his last living moments. paramedics tried to save larry but he later died her husband of 20 years. " you
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want others not to underestimate the power of the ocean or dangerous to the currents in remember larry as an honest man. b >> marty: a fire broke out in specific cuts already red tagged the video from friday afternoon when the fire reached three alarms it took 80 firefighters in our and you can see why. the cause is still unknown. in belmont. firefighters had to come to the
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rescue of several pets trapped in a burning home. it happened just before 3:00 firday afternoon on notre dame avenue. the homeowners were at work at the time. but their pets were inside. firefighters were able to rescue a black lab and a calico cat. the dog was scared but unhurt. the cat suffered smoke inhalation, was given oxygen by firefighters and transported to a veterinary hospital. decision 2016. with just a week until south carolina republicans head to the polls - the remaining g-o-p presidential hopefuls are campaigning across the palmetto state. >> marty:the race remains just as competitive between the democrats who are heading west to nevada for their next contest. kron 4's national correspondent mark meredith has a look at where things stand in the race for the white house.
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attacks can be at times a turnoff for voters may be the only way for any single canada at the polls ahead. the delegate count at california's nominees shows after i went hampshire texas senator ted crews made it neck-and-neck with mark at this point it's still anyone's job. hill. it started with president proposal. it also included a >> reporter: one factor we have
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to keep in mind is big delegates hillary has done support from democratic party leaders a wide margin in the race despite bernie doing well in new hampshire last week. >> gary: later in this broadcast with celebrate sunday the warriors overtake toronto later in this broadcast. >> marty:live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekend: enjoy live music, food, drink and pony rides. natives nursery at 10:00 a-m to 5:30 p-m.
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i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table.
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>> gary: is time in 40 years the golden state warriors curry dream on clay thompson recon and smith four years ago a three- point contest might be even more exciting than the uncontested. curry and other clay thompson going head-to- head only negative in toronto. - 5 degrees the word is. >> gary: green but all accounts
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doing every interview and told the lawyers paris staff if give any extras all do them. the three point contest sunday around 530 as the all-star game. lot of celebrity from toronto vs. kevin hart. they had fun in the bottom line is the warm-up for one of the account.
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the big gatt was messing around he stands by and watches. >> marty: 30live look outside. golden gate it's giants fan fest in san francisco. you can ask your favorite players questions, and even get some autographs. be it's happening at a-t-and-t park from 10:00 a-m to 3:00 p-m. the event is free, but you do have to pay to park.
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>> marty: t park where the fans are about 30 minutes away from being let meteorologist dave spahr is here
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with a look at what you can expect if you have outdoor activities planned for this holiday weekend >> dave: the sofa and the spent three hours ago on the bridge bullets going on buses and the next hour or so. it's improving forecast for you the ability levels here improvement at sfo 4 mi. visibility 1.3 for san jose and the far east bay then looking at 10 fairfield at 5 and 5 as well temperatures in 50's and 40's we have a fairly dry air will look at the temperatures for downtown san
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francisco 654. dropping down to lower 60s and late afternoon behind me at the golden gate bridge also signed into a fog with temperatures at the 40's range and then were a lower 60s and the late afternoon mostly sunny. you mentioned brain the 70 forecast will see what that has coming up. >> marty:in the south bay this morning. police are still looking for the killed a bicyclist and then took off early friday morning. we first told you about the morning news. kron 4's scott rates spoke to the man who found the car that police say was used in the six deadly vehicle accidents in and the >> reporter: still is taking pictures in collecting evidence this was a chapter midnight friday morning on winchester boulevard in san jose police say that the driver hit a man on a bike and drove
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off. collision killing the bicyclist this car was found hours later. on friday morning as he unloaded for the restaurant. this was a bit strange. friday morning's crash marks sixth traffic related deaths in san jose this year being held as evidence in this. daguerre's state they do not believe that the car stolen they are still trying to track down the driver. >> marty: people who live in antioch are
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calling for peace while police murders. last night hundreds of people marched to show solidarity and stop. released by the antioch police department show that violent two homicides reported in the past three weeks. >> marty:last night's walk was organized by the contra costa interfaith supporting community organization. police arrested a 21-year old san leandro man on suspicion of stabbing his father to death. officers responded to calls of a man screaming for help around 5-30 -friday morning, at this juana avenue apartment complex. they found a 21-year old man covered in blood. inside the apartment was his father. who was pronounced dead at the scene.
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police do not know the motive behind the stabbing yet. and they have not released the name the san francisco city attorney's office is responding to a federal lawsuit filed by the family of mario woods. the city says that woods told officers, they would have to shoot him before he would drop the knife. woods was fatally shot by san francisco police last december. he was a suspect in a stabbing. drop his knife. the city attorney's office says woods was shot when he quote - "attempted to flee by walking past the officers. and toward the area where numerous bystanders congregated." additionally. they say, the knife was later matched to the attack on the stabbing victim. his shooting has launched nationwide protests. and a department of justice investigation into the san francisco police department. >> marty:friday was an emotional day for family and friends of richmond vegas was shot and killed early thursday morning.
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yesterday his family and friends spoke out about his death. police say vegas was gunned down grandson's father. police say vegas was breaking up a domestic dispute when he was killed. on friday vegas family gathered at vallejo's "church on the hill." his son, joe vegas, spoke on pigs behalf of the family. officer gus vegas leaves behind his wife sandra of 30 years, 10 children, and 20 grandchildren. >> marty:coming up on kron 4
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news weekend. a new app that could help detect live look outside. san mateo bridge. for the weekend: commemorate the year of the monkey at the san francisco zoo. there are lots of lunar new year activities for kids. the zoo is offering free admission if you were born in 1992, and 1980. it's happening from 11:00 -am to 3:00 p-m. there is a new app available for
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androids that was created to detect the unique shaking the berkeley seismological labratory teamed up with the silicon valley innovation center to create the "my-shake" app. if all goes as planned the app will send a trigger to a network server that it has detected if that server receives triggers from other smart phones in the same area it can send out alerts to the region. officials say this system has potential to be put in place all over the world.
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live look outside. san francisco embarcadero. for the weekend: it's the lonely hearts adoption event. this valentine's day weekend the san francisco spca is offering free pet adoptions. along with romantic themed activities you can check out. the event starts at 10:00 a-m at the mission adoption center.
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>> marty:welocme back to kron 4 news weekend. taking a live look from kirkwood ski resort this morning. a lot of people heading to tahoe for the holiday weekend. >> dave: will fog still going paul the bridges. it's true to form x of the catalyst for all the condensation going on in the land masses of course as the sun comes up heating starts rock- and-roll before starts to fill
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on for the actual day. a look at some of the visibility it's improving little bit now but under the 1 mi. visibility and five from petaluma south to a half improvement. and he were around 0.5 and then are on the big match out again some problems to make note of. temperatures have not moved too much weight see fifties the popular on the board 40 still out there as well 53 downtown san francisco and then 52. one note a little bit of the breeze this afternoon it picks up in different spots we see the blue showing up in the coastal areas the high surf advisory going on around eight this evening heading their missiles could get about 20 ft. or so. them by tomorrow pockets and some of the higher elevations whole east bay hills might get some of the breezy like conditions. this is the repositioning of high-
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pressure it is in place tomorrow and then as we head into next week we see it starting to climb. the warm-up we see for '70s today a whole lot of coverage on that. tonight pre pleasant mild and then we do tomorrow will come quick and total listen news coverage in the entire bay area metro. east bay temperatures today the control line union city at 7 over alameda at 6674 pass left- hand side of your screen a touch of spring and then back to business i'll milhaud thursday friday. '' >> marty:tesla continues to push
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the boundries of what an 'all- electric car' can do. a new feature called - "ludicrous mode" - is getting a lot of buzz. our tech trends reporter gabe slate got in a tesla to show us "one of the complaints we always hear about fully electric cars is they are slow. they don't have goodtesla overcame that. they are fast. and now they are even faster. a new feature was recently added called "ludicrous mode" that will let you hit a button and take the car from 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. let's test it out. " we took the tesla to the country so we could fly our quadcopter 4 drone to help us capture the aerial view. it was a beautiful day perfect for a fast drive this ludicrous mode is a setting you turn on through the tesla's dashboard touch screen. once you have it on whenever the car is at a complete stop and
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you press your foot on the gas pedal it will do its thing. blasting the car to 60 miles per hour in under 3 seconds. before we did this i placed a small action video camera pointed forward on the dash with heavey duty gaffer's tape. it wasn't enough. ludicrous mode. nats - camera falling / my voice - "whoaaaaa" it went flying off the dash i was not prepared for how fast the take off is. here is a look from our drone above straight on when we activated ludicrous mode . and here's a view from behind from our drone as we take off with ludicrous mode nats - take off car - weeeeeeeee "wow, it's crazy fast i've never had a car that accelerated this fast." the tesla model 's' is now the world's fastest-accelerating four-door vehicle ever built. forward automotive technology and electric cars. par with big engine muscle cars and high end luxury sports cars like ferraris. 0-60 in 2.8 seconds is actually faster then most muscle and sporty cars. like most people i can't afford them making their car this fast
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the drone we used in that story it helped us get some good shots. tesla also recently added an auto pilot feature that let's a self parking feature. and a neat thing called "summon" which will bring the car to you on demand. for a closer look at those look for my tech page on kron 4 dot slate. >> marty: week on capitol hill start with the president bringing in a final budget proposal congressional correspondent takes a look at this at this weeks. >> reporter: the week started off the president revisiting his proposed budget for the last year in office. soon a more
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local sales tax on the next item on amazon. a band taxes on internet taxes permanently. several states allowed to go around and under this proposal that would have to stop taxing by 2020. democrats talking with the flood water crisis. the one force the epa notifying the public about unsafe drinking water within 48 hours of contamination. you hear much about congress as a whole lot more about the primary and south
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carolina. >> marty:coming up on the kron 4 morning theaters this weekend with aafter the break we will take a look at what's now showing. live look outside. mount tam. for the weekend: it's the jack of all trades market in oakland. grab a unique valentine's day gift or make one, in a "do it yourself" workshop. the event is happening from 11:00 a-m to 5:00 p-m in jack london square.
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>> marty::between valentine's day and the holiday weekend. a lot of people are expected to head to movie theaters and three new films are set to provide action, comedy, and even high fashion. c-n-n's david daniel has a look >> reporter: and reynolds is fears this weekend in the action comedy dead pool. reynolds could use this here in this as it reviews are strong in box office watchers making 60 $70 million over the weekend. ben stiller owen wilson 15 years later for another stand-up and the fashion world into lender to.
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>> reporter: see whether this: when is moviegoer horses week and. >> marty: >> dave: tomorrow will be warmer improvement here at the san mateo bridge and the bay bridge is, looking bad as well but right from the bay or the water is as a catalyst to condense moisture. will have any
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delays or reports. there's the sunday lineup on the left-hand side this is what i was talking about. '70s sunday early next week. upper '40's at the coolest and then the latter portion of next week lets get back to el nino this will be thursday friday the back down to the '60s with all that as well. mitchell. might be getting a quarter to the 1/2 inch as much that will be good.
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>> music >> henry: mirror, mirror on the wall who has the fairest prices of all? >> henry: ladies and gentleman... >> josh: russell's fine furniture. >> richard: in santa clara. >>henry: richard russell's grandson josh, these two have come up with some amazing prices. >> henry: this mirror being a perfect example. >> richard: isn't that a pretty one? >> henry: i love this mirror. >> richard: beveled glass >> richard: beautiful wood. >> richard: that's really nice. >> richard: $199 was the fair retail price on that. >> richard: and, we got a surprise for you? >> henry: how much? >>richard: $69.95 >> henry: whoa! >> henry: that's a good price. >> josh: grandpa? >> josh: $59

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