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this morning on the morning news another shooting on a freeway. this time in antioch. a look at the disturbing trend. also in the east bay the police station hoping to prevent further freeway shootings. we speak to them about the added security. a tough start to the western conference finals. the warriors lose game one, but dub nation still optimistic going into game 2. kron4 starts now. good morning.
let's get to it. let's an outside. today it will be a scorcher. >> we're going to use hot. 90s in the valley. >> i know you said the next couple of days, here's a shot of the golden gate bridge, either way, very little fog. >> this is the fog trap. >> today will be the hottest. and it will go back down. >> wednesday does not appear to be as warm as we thought because the intrusion is happening sooner. good point. just a little bit of fog around the golden gate. outside of that here how temperatures check in. we talked about the night being
mile. look how mild it is. antioch 70. concorde 50 -- 61. 58 4 hayward. we are settling in middle to lower 50s. the warm mild amateurs happening to the far east. south bay 85 at 2 pm. 4:00 p.m. 87. a good clip for the wind out of the northwest building at 10- 20mph. that will probably happen in the mid afternoon hours. over toward the east bay, the game with the rangers, temperatures are warmer than last night's game. 73-63. count on clear and breezy. it will be breezy with the winds going and 60 something. fiftysomething will cover us
for most of the region. exceptions by noon. 80 at the bay. 65 at the coast. will rake up the word hot. this is probably the warmest we will have. we will have the 7 day in a bit. here's a traffic report. the bay bridge toll plaza. westbound 80 heading into san francisco. it looks good. no major problems. it's smooth and quiet. over to the sky way. 92. it's a good drive if you have to get to the peninsula. a quick 16 minutes over to 101 in san mateo. your ride across the golden gate light. no hotspots leaving the north bay. drivetime under 20 minutes from highway 37 across the bridge and into san francisco. travel times, quite to the east bay. a quick 50 minute trip heading
west to hillcrest. no problems for 242. a good ride for those of you who have to leave up to the dublin interchange. 22 minutes from vasco road to the 586 slip. we're following big news. another shooting on the east bay freeway. this comes as one the bay area city is taking action to keep drivers safe. more on that in a few moments. 1st we are learning more about yesterday's shooting. it was a wild scene spanning multiple cities. it started in antioch. video from our helicopter partnership showed one car with a blown out back window. the shooting caused a nightmare commute for drivers caught in the chaos. now with the latest. >> reporter: it was a scary afternoon for people driving on highway 4. bullets flying
everywhere. police say the shooting stemmed from an argument. while in the parking lot a blackjack wire fired several rounds with a rifle. the occupants inside both cars continued shooting well on highway 4 according to witnesses. >> i'm scared because my daughter and granddaughter live in antioch. they come from antioch this way. >> reporter: police swarmed the jaguar at the shell gas station in bay point. highway patrol caught the other car a few miles away. police recovered to guns. one from each vehicle. >> it's sad but this has been going on other places for a while. >> reporter: police say although everyone involved has been arrested, this is still a very active investigation. highway shootings have become frequent in alameda and hunter cost the county.
>> this stuff is happening everywhere. i don't think anyone is immune. we drive on the same roads. where it's going to go down is where it's going to go down. >> these freeway shootings are becoming very disturbing trend. there were to last week. then another one on sunday. a mother of 4 died in one of those shootings in pittsburg last wednesday. in total there have been 21 shootings hitting back to 2015 on bay area freeways. 3 happened on highway 4. cannot i 80. 2 on i 580 and i 80 -- 880. one east bay city will soon add more cameras. the goal is to prevent freeway shootings or catch the people who commit them. now reporting from pittsburg where police have a theory. >> reporter: almost one week after a woman was shot and
killed on highway 4 police have not named any suspects in her murder. in that shooting the gunman in white mercedes got away. but soon acts of gun violence that happened near pittsburg on highway 4 will be caught on camera. the city council approved a $100,000 and to extend their massive surveillance program onto the highway. >> we can display anything i will. select a day. >> reporter: this is where pittsburg police monitor 200 cameras in the city. their full color and can be rotated and zoomed. police don't have to be in the room to watch the cameras. they can also access the feeds on smartphones. >> if we don't have a vehicle description. >> reporter: the number of cameras in the city maybe forcing criminals onto the highway when they can quickly get away. >> they have not been random racks of road rage. victims were targeted and victims vehicles followed. >> reporter: these are just
dangerous they cause traffic nightmares. i huge stretch of highway 4 was shut down for hours. >> i have to be honest i am concern. >> reporter: the cameras would cover just part of a vast problem. more than 20 shootings have been reported on highways in contra costa county and alameda county. >> the recordings could provide vital information of crimes committed along the freeway. >> in san leandro police are looking for a gunman who shot and killed a man in front of a senior community center. the 1st brought you this story yesterday morning and now we are learning more information about it. officers responded to reports of gunfire near the center around 7:30 sunday. victim was found around the entrance of the center where he 1st communion party was going on. after shots were fired at me then took off. the driver slammed into another
car and the people in the minivan ran from the scene. >> we don't have anyone who has come forward. we are interested in speaking to the owner of vehicle. and whoever may have been in the vehicle. >> officers believe the victim in his mid-20s was in fact the intended target. police do not know the motive or whether it was gang-related. pleas also trying to find out if he was at the party or was walking by. a tough loss, the warriors lost yesterday. we thought we had it and they blew it in the 2nd half. especially the 4th quarter. the warriors started off the game really hot. they led by 13 points at halftime. but in the 2nd half kevin durant
overpowered the warriors. finishing the game with 27. 19 points in the 3rd quarter. the thunder went on to win the game 108-102. warriors fans were upset about the loss. but they feel the team will bounce back. >> i feel terrible. this is the 1st game i've been to this year that they have lost. i've been to a lot of home games. the tough feeling. i won't sleep tonight. >> i will have a hard time sleeping but i know we got this. i have faith. >> this will wake them up. what happens when they lose? the next time they win. we're not worried about the warriors. i am worried that i have to shell out another $710 when i thought i would get through with 2 games. >> we're not concerned at all. it's just numbers. >> here's a look at the games ahead between the warriors in the thunder.
the best-of-seven series. came to on wednesday in oakland. the series shifts to oklahoma city for games 3 and 4. those games on sunday as well as tuesday. unless the warriors get swept, game 5 is right back at oracle next thursday. happening tonight the san jose sharks hope to bounce back from the game 1 lost to open up the western conference final series. they lost against the st. louis blues. the team will be on the road again tonight. the puck drops at 5 pm. kron4 at 10 pm launched. it was a major success. >> we want to say thank you for being with us on our debut. we will be doing this from now on and we hope that you will be here. glad to have steve on board.
thank you from the entire kron4 family. >> are you 8 are you 810? hopefully you are a 10. thank you to all who tuned in. you can watch pam and steve every night at 10 pm. coming up a new york times article is critical of trump's past and his treatment of women. why the women involved say her words were twisted. plus a cold case murder is back on. a hefty reward reissued for more information. $10 million is going toward building a new earthquake warning system. we spoke to geologists working on the project. here's a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. get ready for a warm one. we will have another full weather forecast in just a few minutes.
welcome back here's a live look i would imagine very few clouds in that area. postcard weather if we can handle the heat. >> you could make your own. take pictures. >> i still think it's cool to receive. today we will be sweating. >> in the valley yes. driving around prepare accordingly. >> how hot? >> looking at the bay bridge. it's not light enough to see the brightness behind it but we will hope to see that with sunrise. it does not appear to be much cloud cover. the hype pressure and a look at
our area temperatures. middle 50s. 58 richmond. up to fairfield 71. antioch 70. tom corbett 61. we have lengthy of 50s around livermore. all of this is pretty mild. a little breezy help support temperatures. we have going on is, if you look at this you can see 3 systems in play. that low there was over the weekend and will slide to the south and be weather producer in parts of the southwest. our story is a dome of high pressure which is also warmer air doing its thing. way up there in the northwest you can see a player coming this weekend. it will be intruding as early as tomorrow for the coastal areas. canceling out the effects of the high pressure as we get to tomorrow and particularly thursday and friday before the shot of rain gets here saturday.
we're watching the warm-up happening today. you can see the red east of wine country. you see the 90s how they spread a late in the afternoon. 1:00 a.m., 60s all over the board. i can't see any blue. maybe downtown san francisco a little bit. very mild tonight. there is the warm-up happening tomorrow, but the 90s concentrated in the far east bay. you can see the effects of the coast being felt. the beaches, here comes the intrusion of the cooler air. the change of the guard amateur wise. he spake shoreline temperatures lower 80s. get ready for the far east bay, lower 90s at work. san ramon at 90. in the seven-day forecast this is where things turn. 87 tomorrow, although a couple of 90s in the east bay and by thursday into friday the 70s.
here comes the shot of rain on saturday. maybe a couple of claps of thunder in the north bay. let's check traffic. >> it's quiet. i am checking for hotspots and we have no traffic alerts or major issues. drive times. across the san mateo bridge if you have to use it to leave the east bay, right now it's a great connection across this into foster city and san mateo. no major trouble spots here. 15 minutes. 880-101. a live look at 580 westbound thing the toll plaza, it's wide open. to the golden gate leaving the north bay, south 101 it's nice and quiet, no problems. through the tolls on to doyle and richardson and lombard it looks good in san francisco.
but check drive times. no problems for north 101. it's a quick trip from 85 through downtown. no major trouble spots. 280 northbound looking good. no problem for 87. a quick 9 minutes from 8502 101. governor jerry brown says he plans to ask the state for $10 million to build a earthquake warning system. it has been in development for years and they believe finishing it would cost around $38 million. i geologists working on the project said it will take all the help they can get. >> reporter: for the better part of a decade the usgs and universities along the west coast have been working to build an earthquake warning system. if it goes according to plan it will send warning messages a few seconds or minutes before a
big quake hits. that may not seem like a lot of time but it may be enough to stop a train or take cover. a simple version already exist for research purchases -- purposes but the public version is more than a year away. a geologist at the usgs says they know how to build warning system, the problem is getting funding. so far they have relied on federal funds and private grants. an additional $10 million would go a long way toward getting the system up and running. >> that is a great deal of influx of money to get into the messaging. r even if they finished building shake alert it will take a steady flow funding to keep it going. >> once the system is in place about $60 million per year. 4 no one knows where the money will come from at this point but the focus now is getting a bill. >> in a year or 2 we could
maybe do limited rollouts. in the east bay the body found in a concorde park has been identified. we broke that story yesterday at 5 am. police are looking for a man who's been named as a suspect. investigators would like to talk to this man, he is on your screen. he is a prime suspect. the woman's body was found floating in one of the duck ponds near the boxer boulevard entrance of the park. police determined she was a victim of murder. >> we thought was a dead animal. we looked and it was a whig and we saw blood we looked into the pond and it was an orange shirt.
>> a warrant has been issued for the arrest of nelson. he's considered armed and dangerous. anyone with information is encouraged to call concorde police. i have never seen him treat women anything other than respectively. i've never seen him do or say anything -- >> donald trump's former girlfriend is accusing the new york times of distorting her experience with trump as he is leading the republican presidential race to lead their party to the white house. from carly fiorina to megan kelly donald trump is not hesitated to insult women on the campaign trail. the new york times tried to find out how he treated women privately. the article was critical of trump but now one of the women involved say her words were twisted.
>> reporter: >> there is no single dimension to donald trump and women. >> reporter: the story he tells instances of donald trump critiquing women's figures and giving an unwanted kiss on the lips. while at the same time promoting women to high-profile corporate positions. >> i don't like anything about the story. i'm upset with the new york times article. it was completely misleading. >> reporter: it describes how she met trump when she was a 26- year-old model. the meeting took place at a party. >> he asked her to put on a bathing suit. she put it on. he expressed admiration for her appearance and brought her back out to a male group by the pool. and said she was a stunning look woman. >> reporter: i never felt like
i was being depicted as a piece of meat or anything. >> reporter: trump responded on twitter accusing the media being on a witchhunt. and then the real story about clinton and women. campaigning in kentucky today hillary clinton says she is ready for trump's style of campaigning. >> i've been called everything but never a quitter. coming up kelly ripa flies solo on her morning show. and tom cruise could be taking to the danger zone for a 2nd time.
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>> today it's another edition of the acl daily wrap. captain america civil war won the battle of the weekend box office again. it took and $72.6 million. the george clooney julia roberts took 3rd. kelly ripa will be hosting without her former cohost. everyone seems ready to move on. joining kelly today is jimmy kimmel and abc has replaced the merchandise in their store the just says live with kelly. too soon? maybe not. it's the 30th anniversary of the release of top-down. i still have the need for speed. so apparently does the producer of the movie. he is trying to put together a sequel. he recently sat down with tom cruise to talk think -- all things top gun.
that is all. still ahead new details are emerging in the amtrak derailment the killed 8 people. what investigators are saying that caused the crash. plus a 4th oakland police officer is on administrative leave following alleged sexual misconduct investigation. the exclusive interview with the woman at the center of the investigation. we're going to start off with mostly clear skies. winds are litle breezy in the hills. we will be back.
cars. 4 people were arrested. pittsburg city leaders plan to add more cameras . they approved the project to install cameras along highway 4. they already monitor 200 cameras around the city. police say the number of cameras in the city maybe forcing criminals onto the highway where they can quickly get away. a tough loss for the warriors as they start their superiors -- series. they started out hot and then got really cold in the 3rd and 4th quarter. they ended up losing the game 108-102. the warriors will play game 2 on wednesday also at oracle. turning our attention to the weather. it's going to be hottest today and then goes back down a little. >> i can't wait to complain how
hot it is. >> you want to get a good jump on me before we get into july. >> if i'm out there freezing and telling myself i can't wait to get hot. >> you can always go to the beach which is even good today. it will be cooler by tomorrow. still remaining warm for the inland valleys. take a look at the temperatures as we speak. 71 in fairfield. a little breeze kept the mild temperatures supported overnight. 61 concorde. 56 livermore. we are in middle 50s territory. mild start to the day. a live look at sfo. mostly clear skies, maybe a little haze. san jose down to the south bay look at the temperatures fly from 59 to 89 x 2 p.m. we do have the northwest wind making it to the south bay valley.
oakland athletics here's what we have going on. the rangers on a five-game time. 73 dropping to 63. that is to give you a general idea. whatever worked for you yesterday, it will be breezy again today. it will be mild then perhaps. getting chilly by the end of the game. with the wind still performing. here is the break them. 50s with some exceptions. 79 inland by noon. 89 for the inland valleys for the cups. 84 at the bay. i don't see a major change until tomorrow. we will have the 7 day forecast in a minute. no changes for the ride into san francisco. looking good up -- approaching the bay bridge toll plaza. there are some maintenance work underway westbound on the
suspension that has the 3 right lanes blocked but it should wrap up and 30 minutes. is scheduled to pick up at 5. the 2 left lanes are open and it's a great ride through downtown. the skyway connecting the central freeway. over to 92 it's looking good no major problems in acting to the peninsula 50 minutes through haywood over to san mateo. across the golden gate it's in good shape. 3 lanes in both directions. they have not switched the configuration yet. it's at the limit on both sides. let's check some drive times. the eastshore freeway is looking good berkeley emeryville, no major trouble spots. 14 minutes from highway 4 2 680. no problems heading west. 70 minutes -- 17 minutes.
an update on the story you saw 1st here on kron4. more fallout from alleged sexual misconduct investigation involving the oakland police in a teenage girl. yesterday we learned an officer is on administrative leave. we have another exclusive. the conversation he had with the woman at the center of this investigation. >> you talk to the media today? at all. they would be lying. you know the truth. nutella. -- you know the church -- truth. this is the woman at the center of sexual misconduct. we pick up the conversation where she asks, you know what i work in? >> i reply how you make money? she replies is. i reply you tell me. >> i have an idea so i replied call girl? >> she responds call girl. when i asked if that is how she
met the cops she replies that is how i met brendan. that is how we started. she is referring to oakland police officer brendan o'brien who shares the spotlight in the sexual conduct miss allegations. >> did he ever talk about possibly marrying you? she replied nobody did hall -- call him might each husband. is suicide note he left behind. according to this corners investigation report o'brien's wife was found dead in the same oakland apartment one year earlier. her death was suspicious and she died from a bullet fired from the officer's gun. the corner found the cause of death to be suicide. on this subject i asked, what did you think we were brendan's wife killed herself?
>> that is what he told me. before that he just told me his wife did from being very sick. she told me she was in a meeting with an attorney. i get the sense she has a lot more to say about her connection to the officers under investigation. in oakland kron4 news. >> he was the 1st bay area reporter to break the story. here's a timeline of the investigation. we confirmed on tuesday that 2 officers were on leave and 2 others, that others were involved. we also learned that police officer had committed suicide last year and that is what led to the sexual misconduct investigation. on friday the police chief and mayor of oakland announced they were asking the district attorney to conduct a parallel investigation. right now for officers on paid
leave. we will continue to follow the story. a 22-year-old cold case murder investigation is back on the front burner in the south bay. a $100,000 reward has been reissued for information in the march 17, 1994 murder of employee matthew flores. he was shot in the head at point-blank range outside of building number 12. a veteran of desert storm tran15's -- matthew flores murder was out of range of cameras but they did capture an image of a suspicious car. it is a light-colored 90 -- 1991 ford explorer. they hope this reward money will exposed of information. he was videotaping me p. >> bay to breakers supposed to be a family event. also kron4 goes in-depth on
kron4 goes in-depth on the dangers of selling or trading in your smartphone. it turns out you may unintentionally believing information for the next owner to find. now with what you need to know before you get rid of your phone. >> reporter: we got used smart phones and ran the phones through a software program that anyone can download from the
internet for free. the information a were able to extract was shocking. >> our banking history's and other personal information. and yet how careless we could be in protecting the information when it comes to our mobile phones. >> reporter: from 20 phones they extracted more than 1200 pictures and videos. intimate moments. pictures for medical treatments. images of kids at the pool. xers from christmas morning. newborn babies. >> and some very intimate pictures, hundreds of nude sex thing pictures. featuring men and women. >> name address. >> and important document pictures. i saw all kinds of sensitive documents. hospital records.
employment agreement forms with salary listed. water and gas bill. these document -- documents show social security numbers and names. beyond pictures and videos the most interesting things were text messages and emails. you could see people's conversations and names and phone numbers for contacts featured in the messages. >> into cases people were still logged into their gmail accounts when they handed over phones. >> some of the phones were wiped clean but just not done correctly. summit did the lazy way and just deleted things that they did not wipe the phone. if you do a factory reset at the apple phone you are set. the phones in this report android running on older operating systems. here are some of the stories we're working on for the morning news.
helping to fight the zika virus is moving forward. a new effort to stop the dangers virus from spreading. those people log into public wi-fi without thinking. that is what hackers wanted to do. what you need to know to keep your information private. and lifeguards in southern california rescue a surfer trapped in the sand.
welcome back. here's a look at the major headlines before you head out the door. police are looking for a gunman who shot and killed a man in san leandro. it happened sunday night outside a senior community center. they believe the victim was targeted but still unsure of a motive. police identified the body identified at a park as 25-year- old when set up parks. her body was found near the boxer boulevard entrance. police are calling this a
murder. police are currently working on it. today voters head to the polls in kentucky and oregon for the democratic primary. they've launched -- sanders is expected to win in oregon. clinton leads by 800 elegance -- delegates. lots to follow. the warriors, hillary clinton, bernie sanders, but the biggest story that affects many people is the weather. how should they dress? >> folder your kids? >> 7. >> some shorts might work. in the bay area and points to
the east. the interesting thing is you will notice bigger difference depending on where you are tomorrow. that everyone will be warm today. cooler at the beaches of course. here's a look at the san mateo bridge. we should start off on a mostly clear note. notice the temperatures are ready contrast the morning hours. fairfield at 71 and concorde at 61. back to the 50s with livermore ound the promoters of the bay mid-50s. downtown san francisco 55. we have on this map 3 systems. one from the weekend. it is dipping to the south. our player is the hype pressures on. and over my shoulder you can see the up layer for this we can. its impact could be defined by tomorrow already getting cooler in downtown san francisco and
the coast. i want to jump to the winds to see how the forecast model handles that. by 7 wednesday this is when the system starts to get closer and these winds, by that point that will be the onshore winds at the cooling effect. you can see the 90s the far east bay. 80s everywhere else except for the northern tip of the peninsula. then we get the maximum heating by late in the afternoon. i nighttime notice mild cooldown. 60s everywhere. the warm-up tomorrow depending on where you are, warmer to the east. not much of an impact yet. san francisco and the coast, that is where you get more of the cooling effect. temperatures today 80s at work. 90s over the east bay hills.
here is the cooldown in the seven-day forecast. by the weekend some showers. how is traffic? it's picking up. it's backing up heading to the north bay but not slow. no major problems or delays. it's a quick 8 minutes from the toll plaza. 101 leaving the north bay it's going to be a good commute. you can see the bridge crew switching around the lane configuration. it still looking good. no problems on the san francisco side, no problems to marin city, it's looking good. let's check some or drive times. south 680, looking good only 14 minutes. dublin, the interchange 580 through the 84 split and to fremont a quick 15 minute trip. northbound to 80 leaving the
south bay, no major trouble spots. it's a quick 11 minute trip. back to you. in national news final report from the ntsc says the amtrak engineer was distracted before deadly crash last year. a people were killed and more than 2000 injuries on the amtrak derailment outside philadelphia. the year-long investigation says the engineer was distracted. ntsb say they found no evidence he was using alcohol or drugs or even texting anyone at the time. they will formally announce its finding a public meeting in washington. during yesterday's newscast we show you a preview of able behaving badly. this morning follow-up with a tradition. >> reporter: bay to breakers is
a family event. sponsors have to post a no public urination sign, >> is a race still going on? >> reporter: it can be an indication there might be a problem. the race is also an alcohol free event. the race is supposed to be a booze free event. >> for the morning as. >> you got a buzz? >> people get more courageous. >> just a little bit of medicine. >> gin and tonic. >> reporter: this guy was carrying a bottle but not anymore. open containers get poured out.
let's fast-forward to the panhandle of the parties in full bloom. the people have been drinking and using the porta potty's. but then there are these. but i wasn't alone. >> can i see your id please? zip up. kids play here. this is a ticket for urinating in public. >> how long are you going to go? >> reporter: that is considered assault. but, has a crazy way of sneaking up on you. >> he was videotaping me. >> this sergeant wasn't with me but saw the whole event.
dog anxiety is coming to the market. the medication is for dogs who have trouble with loud noises, slight fireworks and thunder, and there's a third of the $70 million to the u.s. claim their pets have problems with fear about loud noises. coming up another shooting on the eastbay freeway how police say this latest incident started plus city leaders in the eastbay are planning to add more cameras to the freeways and they have a theory as to why there's been a rise in shootings on that particular stretch. and a rough start to the warriors opening game of the western conference finals. the highlights, the reaction and highlights, low lights all coming up in just a few minutes.
seven day bunch i'll have details on that. and a tough loss for the golden state warriors in game one of the western conference, hear why warriors fans aren't worried just yet. good morning and thanks for waking up with the kron 4 morning news. >> i'm mark dannon. let's get an update from weather and traffic right now. let's go to dave with more on a warm forecast today. >> yeah, starting off mild and we're going to go warm hot in those east valleys here is a live look at the bay bridge. you can see the gray off toward the horizon already looks like we are to be off to a mostly sunny start so we'll get that warming off to a rapid start here. a look at area temperatures, fairfield at 71, concord coming in at 61 here, 52 for pleasanton, most of the perimeter of the bay is in mid to in some cases upper 50s at work so lots of mild air to be
had. here is the warm up that happens in the east valley in the eastbay for example,, up to 80 by noon, this in oakland, 85 by 2:00, 4:00 we're talking 83 and even 60 going on at 8:00 with northwest wind at about 5- 15 so a little breezy in spots will be the story today still. ready for school forecast, in many areas in the 50s we showed you some exceptions. by noon with mostly sunny skies inland already racing at 79, 80 or so at the bay and inland temperatures in the lower 90s but by pick up at 3:00, 89 and 84 at the bay, 68 going at the beaches, looking pretty good at that if you'll want to grab some rays but here is a look at robin with your traffic. >> thank you dave. we're off to a pretty nice start no major hotspots or traffic alerts in place so let's check the commute on 92, if you have to use the san matt bridge moving very well out of hayward, westbound west of the toll plaza that's commute traffic heading to the peninsula there's a nice steady flow of traffic with no major problems connecting it to foster, your drive time for now
if you leave now a quick 15 minutes over to the bay shore freeway. i'll take a look at the bay bridge commute westbound 80 heading to san francisco coming up in a bit. mark? thank you, robin. we're following breaking news out of san francisco. police are investigating a stabbing on a mine bus. we have new video. this happened near mission and ninth street on the 14 line around 1:30 this morning . police say two men got into a fight and one stabbed the other in the stomach. the victim is taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. police say the stabber was able to get away. our top story this morning, another shooting on an eastbay freeway. stated as an argument at a quick stop in antioch and then continued on to highway 4. >> kron 4 is live in antioch this morning with details on what happened. jackie? >> reporter: good morning, mark. that's highway 4 westbound that you'll see in the distance. this is where that shooting ended up and this is where some of the suspects were taken into
custody but let's face it, a lot of people who are driving the eastbay freeways are extremely worried because of another shooting that took place yesterday here in the bay point at pittsburgh antioch area that makes 21 shootings on bay area freeways since november. yesterdays incident actually started on surface streets in antioch according to the police, they say the shooting started reaching two vehicles at sycamore and l street in antioch and quickly spilled on to westbound 4. now eventually, authorities were able to catch up with one of the vehicles here and a shell gas station right off of bailey. later they were able to catch up with the second vehicle on westbound 4. in all, four suspects were taken into custody and they also say that firearms were recovered in the incident and for several hours, they were collecting evidence on highway 4 that obviously gummed up traffic but for people who drive it, they say
enough is enough. this is as i said the 21st shooting on eastbay freeways and some of them say they are extremely paranoid when they drive now. >> scared because my daughter and my granddaughters live in antioch and they come from antioch this way all the time it's sad but this is stuff that has been going on other places for awhile. it's just starting to hit i guess out here. >> it was just last week that a mother of four was shot and killed just about five miles down the road near the pittsburgh area, right on westbound 4 obviously authorities continued to do the investigation in that case hoping that some lead will come in that will break the case open but for now, the commuters are worried out here on the eastbay freeway for sure. mark? >> thank you jackie we'll check back with you for updates. these freeway shootings are becoming a disturbing trend. there were two last week and then another on sunday, just
last wednesday, a mother of four was killed in a shooting on highway 4 in pittsburgh. in total, there have been 21 shootings on bay area freeways since last november. three were on highway 4, ten were on interstate 80 and there have been two shootings on interstates 580 and 880 as well as on highway 101. the most recent highway 4 shooting comes just as pittsburgh city leaders plan to add more cameras to try and deter freeway shootings and catch those responsible. the pittsburgh city council approved a project yesterday to install cameras along highway 4. police already monitor 200 cameras around pittsburgh but police say the number of cameras in the city may be forcing criminals on to the highways instead where they can quickly get away. >> these shootings have not been random or acts of road rage. rather the victims were targeted and their vehicles followed, the recordings could provide vital information in the investigation and prosecution of crimes committed along the freeway. >> pittsburgh city council members hope that other eastbay
cities will follow their lead and install more cameras along the freeway as well. investigators are still trying to figure out if a man who was shot dead outside a first communion party had been attending the party or was just walking by. that shooting happened on sunday in the 13,000 block of east 14th street. a man in his mid 20s was killed. police found them on the walkway outside the patient in of the san leandro senior community center where a private first communion party was going on. as the shots were fired a minivan sped out of the centers parking lot and slammed into another car on east 14th street. police have not been able to find whoever was in that minivan and they don't know if the people in the minivan were involved in the shooting. officers say the man who was killed was targeted but they don't have a motive. decision 2016 news and hillary clinton and bernie sanders are pulling out all of the stops hope together sway voters in kentucky and or or today. bernie sanders is expected to
win the primary in oregon clinton is hoping to pull off a win in kentucky and slowdown sanders recent momentum. clinton launched tv and radio ads in kentucky. so where we stand with the delegate counts hillary clinton needs just 140 delegates to secure the democratic nomination only 16% of the remaining delegates. bernie sanders needs 102% which won't happen unless some of the super delegates switch their positions from hillary to bernie. 2383 delegates will clench the democratic nomination. 61 delegates are at stake in oregon and 55 in kentucky and on the republican side 28 delegates are up for grabs in oregon and bernie sanders will be in the bay area tomorrow. here is video from last week when he made stops in san francisco and oakland. he's making a public appearance at the santa clara county fair grounds tomorrow afternoon. the doors open at 10. the event starts at 1:00 and then later that day sanders will attend a rally at the
valejo waterfront park. doors open at 4:00 p.m. and the event starts at 7:30. 5:07 right now and two of the warriors it was a tough loss for golden state. they started this series against the oklahoma city thunder and game one went to the thunder. >> they lost game one last night, their first home loss during this playoff run. the warriors started out hot and lead going into the half by 13 points for the second half kevin durant and russel westbrook overpowered the warriors. westbrook finishing the game with 27 points durant with 26 and thunder goes on to win 108- 102. kron 4 spoke with warriors fans after the game and they say they were upset about the loss but feel the team will bounce back. >> i don't think it's lost anything, absolutely not. third quarter was the main thing, really outscored us but they will come back. >> i'm not really concerned. it's game one, but you know we still have several more games left, we will regroup. it's all good. >> warriors at five.
you heard it here first. >> it's only the first game. they lost the home game to cleveland last year, and they pulled it out, so i'm okay with it. >> the warriors were outscored by 19 points in the second half and game two of the best-of- seven series is tomorrow at oracle. the series shifts to oklahoma city for games three and four on sunday and next tuesday, game five will be back at oracle next thursday unless the warriors get swept. >> no. it's just one, it's sometimes it's good to get that loss out of the way i think. >> should we say that for the sharks as well because western conference finals aren't going very well so far. >> i'm just talking one loss getting that out of the way. one is okay. >> two is not and it had to be the same for the sharks they hope to bounce back from their game one loss in the western conference finals the st. louis blues beating the sharks 2-1 sunday night in missouri. the sharks on the road again tonight for game two, puk drops at 5:00 p.m. our time. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news give nor jerry brown is pushing to build an earthquake warning systems on
the west coast. how the life saving technology could be a reality. and later new information on last years deadly amtrak derailment in philadelphia. we'll have the cause of that accident coming up. and after the break the search is on for the person wanted after a woman's body was found in a popular eastbay park. we'll tell you who police are looking for. at first light in eastbay, take a look at this in the bay bridge we could see light coming up already. looks like no clouds intruding off to a mostly sunny but hot day today. we'll be picking the eastbay and i'll have your complete forecast kron 4 morning news continues. thank you.
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to be retreating to that again tomorrow but tomorrow already, the winds have changed and will be felt along the beaches and probably downtown san francisco you'll see in the temperature forecast in just a bit. first of all this was unfinished business from last weekend that dips to the south and be a socal player but for us here is the dose of high pressure and over my shoulders this is what's going to intrude as early as tomorrow being felt in terms of bringing down the temperatures and some clouds our way to finish off the week and holding with it a little chance of showers. right now live shot for you from the bay bridge and a nice clear sky over horizon, nice start we have that will be a sunny start it looks like. let's go for the futurecast here to see what happens with our warm up. 80s just about everywhere making good progress in the south bay north bay, and 90s even by 2:00 you can see off to the eastbay they make some progress through wine country it looks like the cool down tonight at 1:00 a.m. with 60s all over the region so call tonight pretty much mild. tomorrow already the differences being felt. yes, in the valley you'll see
those 90s return. a lot of 80s to the eastbay even perhaps along the eastbay shoreline but along the tip of the peninsula that's where 60s will be felt particularly along the coast so already the impact will be felt as early as tomorrow in different regions. 80s pretty much the eastbay shoreline, 82 oakland, 85 berkeley 82 for richmond here is the seven day line up. 87 going on for tomorrow we'll call it for the eastbay, and then as we get into friday down to 70 with showers cooking in here by saturday. how's traffic cooking there robin? >> it's looking pretty good getting busy at the toll plaza heading into san francisco so it continues to pick up but no major slowdowns or problems. it's going to be a great ride through downtown san francisco, the central freeway looks good or if you plan on connecting, that's also in pretty good shape 10 minutes from the maze to the skyway. let's head over to the golden gate bridge your ride still at the limit so if you plan on coming from the north bay now is a good time to do it no major trouble spots for south 101. to the richmond center bridge a
live look at 580 west approaching the toll plaza also hotspot free from 80 to 580 all the way out to 101 and san raphael no problems at all. let check drive times maybe you are a westbound 24 commuter looking good out of walnut creek through lafayette over to oakland no problems for the southbound limits and north 101 leaving the south bay 10 minutes from capitol expressway. thanks a lot robin. 5:16 right now and we now know the name of the woman whose body was found in a popular concord park and police are looking for whoever killed her. we first broke the story yesterday on the kron 4 morning news. so they're looking for this man, 26-year-old eric lamar nelson whose the prime suspect in the death of 25-year-old pointsettia parks. her body was found floating at the edge of a pond at new hall community park about 2:30 in the morning yesterday. police say that nelson and parks knew each other. police say that nelson might be
driving a 2003 black four door kia spectra with license plate 5 eny919. he is considered arm and dangerous. and new this morning san jose police arrested two men in connection with the murder that happened back in october. 19-year-old nathan nyfong and 29 year old mon tran are accused of killing a san francisco real estate agent. the arrests were made over the past four days. police say michael arsegahad was shot and killed in san jose on october 24th. an investigation load officers to these two suspects and police have yet to release any motive. an active figure in the eastbay community is facing a felony charge after being arrested on suspicion of downloading child pornography. police arrested 53 year old jeffrey casper in may of last year after they say they found evidence that he was downloading child porn. charges were filed against him
early last month. casper was the chair of the mount diablo healthcare district board which disbanned 7:00 12 and also the chair of the board for the greater concord chamber of commerce and a member of the rotary club of concord diablo. casper is out on bail now due back in court in august. another warning for people in freemont as more people have been the targets of a snatch and grab thief. three robberies were reported on three consecutive days, the first happened last thursday, the victim was walking along mission view drive near michelle street when a robber ripped a gold chain off her neck and then on sunday somebody was robbed near the arden wood forest apartments and that robber took off down deep creek road and on saturday a woman at a gold chain ripped off her neck this time near the intersection of deep creek and fredrick road. the search is on for two people who burglarized a south bay restaurant. take a look at the surveillance video that police just released this week.
this happened on april 21 at joe chinese fast food around 3:00 in the morning. one of the burglars gets behind the cash register wearing an oakland raiders hat and chicago white sox jacket. second business in the area was also burglarized but police haven't released the surveillance video from that incident yet. a south bay company is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in a decades old murder. company officials with applied materials in santa clara want to get the information on the murder that happened in 1994. matthew flores was killed and stepping out of his car at a company parking lot for a month long training on march 24 of 94 when he was shot and killed. security cameras did not catch the shooting but the cameras did capture an image of a suspicious vehicle that police are interested. it's a light colored 1991-94 ford explorer scout. and police in chicago suburbs say singer song writer
sinade o'connor is safe this morning and was reported missing sunday and police began looking for her after she didn't return home from an early morning bike ride. she played headlines earlier this month when former late night most arsenio hall filed a lawsuit against her and sued her after she accused him of giving drugs to prince and also accused hall of drugging her and back in november, there were concerns o'connor might harm herself. she posted a note on facebook saying she had overdosed in a hotel room in ireland. she was later found safe and taken to a hospital for medical treatment. time now is 5:20 and governor jerry brown plans to ask the state legislature for $10 million to help build an earthquake warning systems. the system has been in development for years but experts believe it could cost about $38 million to finish it. kron 4 charles clifford spoke with the geologist working on the project who says they are going to do all they can to help. >> reporter: for the better part of a decade the usgs and
universities along the west coast have been working to build an earthquake warning system called shake alert. if all goes according to plan shake alert will be able to send out warning messages a few seconds or maybe even a minute before a big quake hits. they may not seem like a lot of time but it might be enough to stop a train or take cover before the shaking starts. a simple version of shake alert already exists for research purposes, but the public version is still at least a year or more away. >> it's mainly a question of dollars. >> keith knutson is a geologist at the usgs. he says they know how to build the warning system but the problem is getting funding to complete the work. so far they've relied on federal funds and private grants. he says that an additional $10 million from the state of california would go a long ways towards getting the system um and running. >> which will be great. that's a real influx of money to help us buildout the network and do research into the messaging. >> but even if they finish building shake alert knutson says it will take a steady flow of funding to keep it going. >> once we got the system in
place and built out and all of the messaging and communications technologies, about $16 million a year. >> at this point no one knows where that money will come from. the focus for now is just on getting the system built. >> in a year or two we may be able to do limited rollout. >> charles clifford, kron 4 news. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news some help fighting the zika virus from capitol hill. the new effort to stop the dangerous virus from spreading. and next, before you hop on that next free wi-fi hotspot there's something you'll should do first to protect yourself. i'm tech reporter and i'll show you that coming up on kron 4 news taking a live look at the bay bridge sunrise getting earlier, skies are starting to brighten at 5:22 and traffic just starting to build on the bay bridge toll plaza.
welcome back to the kron 4 morning news before you hop on that free wi-fi hotspot there's something you should do to make sure your information is safe from hackers. tech trends reporter gabe slade visited three cafes and found that a lot of people aren't aware of the dangers of using public wi-fi. >> i'm just concerned about it it's free and it's public? >> yeah, i'm all on that. >> you need that wi-fi, you don't think twice. >> i usually tend to hang out by this place. i use my data. >> whether you're saving data or traveling like these ladies from paris. >> so we don't have any internet connection without that and we do it everywhere. >> you need it? >> yeah, we need it.
>> there's always a reason to want or need free wi-fi. just be safe when you're on it. we know that free unsecured wi- fi hotspots can be used by hackers to spy on you or worse, steal your financial information. >> basically, they can take the data through private accounts. >> a cyber security expert whose seen it all. he said his stomach cringes when people join public wi-fi without en crypting it first. he works for avast, who created a free easy to use system called secure me to connect to free wi-fi safely. for phones or tablets there's an app. when you're in a hotspot open up the app, find the wi-fi and connect. >> now you are securely connected. >> they also offer software for connecting with your laptop same thing in a hotspot you launch the software, find the wi-fi and connect. >> all often recognition is done between your device and our servers. they will never be able to decipher the data which has been transmitted. >> the secure me app and software is free so why not. i've been using it for six
months now no problems, i recommend it. >> with tech report game slate, kron 4 news. we're off to a mostly sunny start as we get things going here to a hot day in the eastbay. i'll have a complete look at your forecast straight ahead. life guards in southern california rescue a surfer who was trapped in the sand, how did that happen? and after the break we now know the name of the man who was stabbed and killed outside a south bay restaurant. we'll have the new information in just a few minutes.
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welcome back. it's about 5:30 and we want to get a look at the weather and traffic early this morning. >> i'm on a hotspot, i'll take some drive time. >> how about the weather warmer yet again? >> warm still and a lot of sunshine, ready to get things started here the sun is still yet working on it joining us here as you can see a nice camera live shot for you of the golden gate bridge still the lights at work here for downtown and also for the golden gate and not much intrusion from cloud cover even much in the way of fog either san jose here is your warm up from 58 to 85 by 2:00, 4:00 we're talking 87, do have a bit of a wind to make note of and oakland a's versus the rangers 7:05 game time this go around 73-63 on temperatures and a little bit of a breeze too your bus stop ready for school forecast 79 by noon for the pick up 89, 68 going on at the beaches. robin how is it shaking on traffic? >> well it's not too bad just minor ace train dally number one about eight minutes late
leaving tracy because of mechanical problems so plan ahead. i'm checking the commute on the san mateo bridge it's packed heading to the peninsula but no major problems still just about at the limit, 16 minutes over to the bay shore freeway, so right now, it's a pretty good ride. no hotspots coming up we'll take a look at 580 i'll track that ride to the richmond san raphael bridge and golden gate coming up in a bit. 5:31 and in the south bay we now know the name of the man stabbed and child outside an east san jose restaurant last week. let's take a look at the video from that night, 23-year-old juan cerano was killed some time late thursday night or early friday morning. he was stabbed at least once in a parking lot outside the la cabana restaurant on story road. he went into the restaurant after the stabbing and somebody called 911 but he died at the scene. police do not have a detailed description of the attacker. federal safety regulators
are meeting today to talk about what caused last years deadly amtrak derailment in philadelphia. now the cause won't officially be determined until the ntsb meets today but an official who was briefed on the investigation says the train engineer was distracted by radio transmissions before the crash. eight people died and more than 200 others were injured in this crash last may. he had told investigators he recalled radio transmissions from a local commuter train operator who said a rock shattered his windshield. he said he was concerned about the train engineer and his own safety. just before the derailment the train was captured on surveillance video going more than twice the recommended speed into a curve. the conductor had ties to the bay area. he operated trains for cal trains several years ago as an amtrak employee. an update now on the massive wildfire in alberta, canada. it's still burning this morning, and more people are being forced to evacuate. nearly 8,000 oil workers have been told they need to leave as
the fire spreads. firefighters have extended the mandatory evacuation zone by 30 miles. poor air quality is preventing more than 80,000 people who live in the burn zone from returning to their homes. the fort mcmurray fire started burning more than two weeks ago. time now is 5:33. big news this morning a bay area petsmart employee is arrested on animal cruelty charges after the death of a one year old dog who was at the store for grooming. 38 year old juan z arate of san francisco was arrested at the san mateo petsmart. the police say that the dog who died had two broken ribs and a punctured lung. he was arrested on sus mission of animal cruelty and kron 4 will tran is headed to that petsmart right now and we want to get a statement from the company about this. all we know right now is that a customer brought that dog in for grooming and that the dog
died of those injuries so we're hoping to have a live report within the next half hour. and in the eastbay fire investigators have identified a man who was killed in a garage fire at his concord home. 65 year old richard costa and his dogs both died in the fire last thursday night. his wife was home at the time. she suffered minor injuries and smoke inhalation. the firefighters arrived they saw the garage was on fire as well as the car parked in the driveway. costa was found inside the home and he died at the hospital. the cause of the fire is still being investigated. and two people in a firefighter are recovering from minor injuries after a fire in san francisco sunset district. it started just after 11 yesterday morning. the fire appears to have started in the back of way home on 35th avenue. it then spread to a home next door. 12 people were displaced. 5:34 right now and happening now, kids in california who were brought to the u.s. illegally are gaining access to publicly funded healthcare. the state is now allowing young people to sign up for medical
regardless of their immigration status and are expecting as many as 18 5,000 children under the age of 19 will sign up for it this year in the first year. healthcare coverage through medical is free or at a lower cost. the coverage is expected to cost california $188 million in just the first year. house republicans are introducing a measure that would give $622 million to fight the zika virus. that is just 1/3 of the money that president obama requested to fight the virus. a vote on the measure is set for later this week. the legislation provides funding for developing a vaccine, controlling the mosquitoes that spread zika, tests to detect the virus and international mosquito control. zika can cause severe birth defects. and in you're in san francisco don't look for a tow truck. look for a bicycle. triple a is deploying a bike patrol in the area along the san francisco water front to provide duty service for customers and they have two
electric assisted bicycles that will be able to offer flat tire assistance, jump starts and car lockouts. the triple a bike patrol will serve as congested areas from the ferry building and will be available seven days a week from 11-7:00. i have to remember that i forgot about that. and 5:36 and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, another oakland police officer is on leave after a sexual misconduct investigation. an exclusive interview with the women or woman at the center of it. and an engineer wants to create self-driving big rigs, would you like to see that on the road? and after the break, remember that story about the gay slur written on a whole foods cake? turns out it was all a hoax. we'll explain. a live look here at the back up, it's an early one to the bay bridge in pretty clear conditions right now we'll be right back.
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welcome back. now is a great time to use the richmond san raphael bridge 580 westbound no delays approaching the toll plaza a great ride heading into the north bay but the back up is crawling we'll take a look at drive times in a bit. mark? thank you, robin. a gay texas pastor who went to whole foods after he bought a cake claimed had a gay slur written on it dropped his lawsuit against the grocery chain. jordan brown accused employees at an austin whole foods of writing an anti-gay message on his cake last month. now brown is admitting he made it up. this comes after whole foods released surveillance footage providing employees did not tamper with the cake. the company threatened to counter-sue the pastor but dropped that lawsuit after brownish used a public apology. a day at the beach turns disastrous for a man in san diego. the tourist and his friends thought it would be fun to build a tunnel in the sand and
then things turned when the tide rolled in, the hole they had dug filled in with water and the six foot four guy, he was six foot four tall was trapped up to his neck, look at that. see his head there? no arms were out you couldn't move. luckily the life guards on duty had shovels and they were able to dig him out before the waves got too close. >> tell children not to do things like that. here is how things are working for the 6:00 hour. we have breaking international news we're following right now the death toll climbing after a series of deadly bombings this morning in iraq. a plane crash at an airshow caught on camera, we're going to show you the pilots final stunt, leading up to that deadly crash. and kim kardashian accused of being a secret agent, which country says the reality tv star is trying to corrupt young woman. which country isn't. here is a live look from our camera and beautiful shot of the golden gate, and showing
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freeway and it happened again on highway 4 in antioch yesterday. people in two cars started shooting at each other and they continued as they entered the freeway. four people were arrested. and warriors losing game one of the western conference finals against the oklahoma city thunder. they started out hot and going into the half by a 13 point lead but in the second half the thunder overpowered the warriors outscoring them by 19 points in the second half. oklahoma city wins 108-102, game two in the best-of-seven series is tomorrow at oracle. time now is 5:44 want to get a look at the weather and see how warm it's going to be today. >> oh, man this is short weather. at least in many areas of the eastbay is the story today and lingering into tomorrow too. it's also good beach weather as well. right now we're at 70 fairfield and antioch a nice mild trend to get things started there concord at 57, 55 for valejo, wasn't that long we're looking at lower 40s up around wine
country and 60 for santa rosa so we do see freakishly warm, mild but really warm temperatures to get things started most of the readings around the perimeter of the bay are in the middle to upper 50s live shot at sfo looking good at that too just about everywhere we'll start at first light as we're getting under sunshine. so we don't have the intrusion of clouds and much of the way of fog. we do have a little bit of an onshore flow that will build i said will build into our forecast, probably by tomorrow and that will have an impact on temperatures. not so much today. there you'll see the warm up happening we talked about the 90s building to the eastbay and will reach their peak around 3:00 and 4:00 this afternoon through wine country. look at how mild it is. 60s all over the bay area, you can notice and even a couple little pockets of 70s as late as 1:00 a.m. again and then tomorrows activity here is the warm up yet again. the valleys sacramento valley is well into the 90s parts of the eastbay but some of the communities will start to fall off into the 80s there but here is the big contrast going on at
the coast and around downtown san francisco into the 60s they may be struggling with as we start to get the onshore flow building of our next system that will pretty much take us into the end of the week. as far as precipitation it may have to be awhile before we get rain out of that maybe into the weekend. highs look about 92 walnut creek, concord 93, 90 for pittsburgh antioch 95 and liver more 90 here is the seven day forecast of the temperature drop and as far as rain getting in here, doesn't get here to probably until saturday and may come with a collapse of thunder while we're at it as well. robin what's going on with traffic? >> it's busy and crowded and slow at the bay bridge toll plaza heading into san francisco big difference now everybody is heading in. it is backed up beyond 880 and west grand and now hold for example, foot of the maze moving very well across the upper deck into downtown san francisco so if you use it now it will be less than 15 minutes to get from the maze to the skyway so although it's backing up at the toll plaza and still considered a good drive time no problems on the bridge and
hotspots right now. 92 also a good commute here on the san mateo bridge no major trouble spots leaving the eastbay heading to the peninsula it's a nice connection into foster city and over to 101 the golden gate 101 south on left the headlights traffic heading into san francisco very quiet in the north bay 20 minutes or just under 20 minutes to san francisco. over to the eastbay if you use highway 680 you'll know right about now it starts to get a little heavy in the southbound direction leaving dublin so right now it's crowded off and on between the dublin interchange and 84 split leaving the 84 split continuing into freemont a nice ride so the drive time looks pretty good for now holding at 22 minutes not going to stay that way so get out there now while we have no problems from this eastbay heading to the south bay. now back to the news. thanks a lot robin. time is 5:47 and first on 4, more fall out from a sexual misconduct investigation involving a teenage girl and the oakland police. >> yesterday, we learned a
fourth oakland police officer is now on administrative leave. kron 4 spoke exclusively with the woman at the center of the investigation. >> reporter: hello. you talk to the media today? not at all. not feeling it? they would be lying. you know the truth, you tell it. you're looking at pieces from a text conversation high with celeste, the woman at the center of sexual misconduct allegations involving four oakland police officers. we pick up the conversation where she asks, you know what i work in, right? i replied what you work in? you mean how you make money? and she replied yes. i replied you tell me. she says you don't know, lol? i had an idea so i replied call girl? her response? you got it when i asked her if that's how she met opd cops she replied a couple, that's how i met brandon and he saved me from a pimp one-time on east 14th but i was 17. that's how we started. she is referring to oakland
police officer brand an o'brien who shares the spotlight in the sexual misconduct allegations so i asked her did he ever talk about possibly marieing you and she replied no, but i did call him my beat husband. my source tells me officer o'brien implicated several opd officers allegedly connected to celeste in a suicide note he left behind after killing himself last fall. according to this coroner's investigation report o'brien's wife was found dead in the same oakland apartment a year earlier. the report says her death was suspicious and that she died from a bullet fired from the officer's gun. the coroner found the cause of death to be suicide, on this subject i asked what did you think back in 2014 when you heard brendan's wife killed herself? this is part of her response. i was drunk one night in pr and got into it and that's when he told me. before that, he had just told me his wife died from being very sick.
she was in a meeting with an attorney today and we had to cut the conversation but i get the sense that she has a lot more to say about her connection to the officer's under investigation. in oakland, kron 4 news. >> and kron 4 says he broke this story on the oakland police department last week and here is a timeline of the investigation. last tuesday we confirmed at least two officers were on leave and that others were also involved. we also learned that a police officer had committed suicide last year and that's what lead to the sexual misconduct investigation. on friday the police chief and the mayor of oakland announced they were asking the da to conduct an investigation. and yesterday, we confirmed four officers are on paid leave. stay with kron 4 as we continue so follow the latest updates on this story. starting today the santa clara valley transportation authority is offering a special low fare pass for teenagers and kids during the summer. the summer youth pass will allow kids under 18 to get
unlimited rides all summer long on vta light rail trains and buses for just $75 for the whole summer. the passes can be used on all vta buses and light rail trains throughout santa clara county between june 1 and august 31. summer youth passes are on sale until july 15th. and an engineer who helped steer google's work on self- driving cars is now trying to create self-driving big rigs. he is teaming up with two other former google employees and a robotics expert to found a start up called auto. they are hoping to equip trucks like this one with software sensors, lasers and cameras so they can navigate u.s. freeways on their own. a driver would have to be in the truck but they would be able to nap or handle other tasks during the drive. and now to bay area baseball and some good news in oakland a's pitcher shawn manea earned his first major league victory in his fourth career start last night.
he allowed four hits over six and 2/3 innings, a's beating the texas rangers and he only gave up one run, walked one, and struck out two. the a's went on to beat the rangers 3-1 and a's have now won three of their last four games they play the rangers again tonight at the colosseum first pitch 7:05 and for the san francisco giants on the road taking on the padres for the three game series first pitch is 7:10 in san diego. the giants are back home at at&t park on friday taking on the cubs. coming up with the kron 4 morning news hillary clinton and bernie sanders fighting for votes in oregon and kentucky we'll break down what's the stake in todays democratic primary. after the break frustration growing over security issues at one of the nations largest airports. what the phoenix airport might do to avoid future problems with the tsa.
. all right. it is way past our bed time and it is good for people who can't stay up past 11. >> we are welcoming him back to the bay area and spent years here on the west coast and now he is home. >> we have a 9:45 in in the morning and you are watching at 6:00 a.m. you were saying he delivered papers with the chronicle. which i delivered papers. he said he wasn't rich. he had to walk and have the sling for the papers really. >> very tough, tough times. >> kron 4 news at 10. seven nights a week on kron 4. >> we have a lot ahead. here on the morning another
shooting on the freeway in the east bay. we will tell you about the push to make it safer for drivers. we know the dangers of living in earthquake country. this is new technology designed to warn people before an earthquake hits and it soon could become a reality. >> tracking the warm up around the bay area. dave spahr will be along to give you a look at what is going on in your neighborhood. ♪ ♪ take any day,
>> a stabbing on a muni bus and what they are saying about what led up to that. >> a big loss for the warriors. but it is only game one of the western conference finals. we will tell you what the players are saying about game two. . good morning and thanks for joining us. i am darya folsom. >> i am mark danon. >> this is the hot weather forecast. it is the hottest this week. we start off with a sunny note. we have clear skies. and little fog around the bay. basically, we are off to a sunny start and help the temperatures warm, warm, warm. we are already to 70 in fairfield. concord at 57. comparatively speaking, that is chilly and santa rosa checking in at 60.
many readings departing from the typical run of the mill 50s that we have all over the board. here is the break down for oakland. going from 54 to 85 by two. and 83 at four. showing you the' bay shore line will be warm. >> 68 at 8:00. cooking at five to 15. ready for the school forecast. by noon. 79 inlanden 75 for the coast and pick up at 68. right now, here is robin with the traffic update. >> we will start with the bay bridge ride. it is holding steady and back up to the maze. it is very quiet across the upper decks. you don't have to worry about any problems with the toll plaza. back to the foot of the maze on 580 west and connectors. and it is moving well on the new eastern span. it is a wide ride on the suspension and so understand 20 minutes to downtown san francisco. i will take a look at the san mateo bridge.
coming up in a bit. >> mark? >> out of san francisco. they are investigating a stabbing on a muni bus. we have more from the scene. this is near mission and ninth streets. this is around 1:30. >> two men got into a fight and one of them stabbed the other in the stomach. the victim was taken to the hospital where he is expected to be okay. the attacker was able to get away. >> 602 loop on the top store -- 6:02. top story. >> this continued from antioch to kron 4. >> we have more on another stabbing -- another shooting, sorry. >> jacky? >> it is hard to believe. we are talking about the 21st shooting that occurred here near highway four and bailey road in just the last seven months. it is an average of three a month. hard to believe. but yesterday's incident was wrapped up here where the
suspect in the case were taken into custody. according to the police. it all started in antioch around 4:00. as you said near the quick stop at six more and el street. gunfire was exchanged between two vehicles and they ended up on westbound 4. also, according to reports. exchanging gunfire. >> authorities caught up with one of the two vehicles here at the shell station at bailey and they took two of the suspects into custody. we are being told chp was able to catch up with the second vehicle. where they took two more people into custody. according to the officials. they say firearms were recovered from both vehicles. but the big story is. obviously how many shootings we have seen on the freeway. as i said. 21 sent to november. three of them here on highway
four in the pittsburgh, -- pittsburg area. and they say they are extremely worried to see all the shootings taking place. you never know when the bullet will come into your car and put your life in danger, too. pretty scary. >> do you do anything different? >> no. just be cautious, i guess. look for stuff like, i don't know, be careful out there. >> this comes on the heels of the shooting that took place in pittsburg. it is 5 miles down the road where a 5-year-old mother of four was shot and killed. authority it is still looking for any evidence in that case and any leads. and drivers, well, they continue to be worried as they drive the east bay freeways. mark, darya? this is becoming a
disturbing trend. two last week and another one on sunday. last wednesday, a mother of four was killed on highway four also in pittsburg. in total, there are many shootings. and three were on highway four. 10 why on interstate 80 and there have been two shootings a piece on interstates 580. 880. and highway 101. the most recent shooting come as pittsburg leaders get cameras to catch the people responsible. the council approved a project yesterday to install cameras. they have 200 cameras around the city of pittsburg. but the number of cameras may be forcing criminal it is onto the freeway where they can quickly get away. >> rather, the victims were targeted and the vehicles followed. the recordings could provide vital information in the investigation and prosecution
of climbs -- crimes. committed along the freeway. >> they hope they will follow their lead and install more cameras along highway four. >> investigators are trying to figure out if a man was shot dead outside a first communeian party and been attending the party or if he was walking by when he was shot and killed. this is in the block of east 14th street. the man was in his 20s. they have him on the walkway to the san leandro, where the first party was going on. a minivan took off from the parking lot and slammed into another car on east 14th street. police have not been able to find whoever is in the minivan. they don't know if the people in the van were involved in the shooting, the man who was killed, they believe was targeted and they don't have a motive. breaking international news. we are following this morning. 16 people have been killed in a series of
bottomeddings -- bombings in iraq. isis is claiming responsibility for the attacks. nearly 200 people have been killed in attacks in isis in baghdad in just the last week. time now is 5:06. big news. we now know the name the woman who was body was found. police are looking for whoever killed her trying to solve this murder. this is on the kron 4 morning news. they are looking for 26-year-old eric lamar nelson. they consider him armed and dangerous and consider him a prime suspect in the death of poinsettia parks. they are body was found flowedding at the bottom of the pond at 2:30 a.m. yesterday. this is a story that we covered live on the kron 4 morning news. police tell us that nelson and parks knew each other. but they don't have a motive and they don't know exactly what happened. they know nelson was driving a
2,003 black kia spectra with five en 919 license plate. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are pulling out all the stops. sanders is expected to win the oregon primary. clinton is hoping to pull off a win in kentucky and slow down sander's recent momentum. clinton tried to rally support in saying her husband will play a role if she is elected. >> i already told my husband if i am fort union at enough to be president and he will be the first gentlemen, i will get him to go to work. >> hillary clinton said bill clinton with work as an economic advisor. >> that is only 16% of the remaining delegates. there are a total of 116 up for grabs today kentucky and
oregon. bernie sanders will be in the bay area tomorrow. here is video from last week when he came to san francisco and oakland. he is making an appearance at the santa clara fairgrounds tomorrow afternoon. later that day he will attend a rally at vallejo park. it will start at 7:30 in the evening. tough loss for the warriors as they started in game one against the thunder. >> they lost it at oracle. first lost at oracle during the playoff run. they started off hot and in the second half kevin durant and westbrook overpowered the warriors. they finished with 27s. and the thunder outscored the warriors by 19 points in the second half and they go on to win 108 to 102. warriors. players and coaches are ready to put this game behind them and look for game two. >> we will be okay.
>> this is foreign territory. we never lost to game one in this era. so, it is different. but, embrace the challenge and get it rolling from here. >> we are down 1-0 from here. >> we need to play better. >> you can use what ever word you like. but we would like to win game two. >> you know, i hate that. >> they are partying in a heart spot. what are they supposed to say. >> we lost game one. >> it wasn't pretty and criticism of the wore fer warriors and tough to criticize the team for plays all season. >> it will suffer. >> the one we know and love. >> yes, game two and in the best of seven series. then they move to oklahoma city for games. three and four. five back at oracle. thursday, unless the warriors are able to. >> suppose it isn't going well for the sharks and the warriors. sharks are back at it. hoping to bounce back. one loss in the nhl and st.
louis blues winning two to one in st. louis. they are on the road again tonight for game two. puck drops at five this evening. so, more for kron four news. this leads up to a deadly crash. . in san francisco a pet groomer is accused of animal cruelty. i will have the details coming up in a live report. tracking morning commute. live look here to the richmond bridge and it is a good ride heading to the north bay. complete traffic check coming up after the break.
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on the left hand side. westbound. it is slow and go from around industrial through the toll plaza along the flat section and the high rise looks good. ride into foster city looks good. 101 north and south at the limit heading out of san mateo is still considered a good ride. head over to the golden gate bridge here. and that is south. there is a a nice steady flow. no problems leaving the north bay. drive times. it is all yellow. it means it is moderate. west four, 20 minutes from from antioch to concord and mostly crowded on the pacific side and leaving san leandro. and it is off and on through the 92 split into union city and it is understand 30 minutes to get to seabl to milpitas. and -- to san leandro. and milpitas. >> heading up to 237 in sunnyvale. >> we go over to the weather
center. good morning, dave. >> good morning, everybody. first shot of light. we are getting sunshine in all the cameras to show the golden gate bridge from a more elevated position. this is the east bay hills. not the intrusion of cloud cover. much in the way of fog. temperatures very mild now that we are getting that. 70 we have at the hour and 69 in antioch and 57 going on for concord. you can see the spread of the 50s over the bay. searnt is the warm spot -- santa rosa is the warm spot at 62. and temperatures 73 to 63. warmer than the game was from yesterday. clear and breezy. so maybe a little bit chilly towards the game time. here is the warm up we have today. this is through the north bay as well. tomorrow's heating will not be as aggressive as today's performance. you see a mild night ahead. >> tomorrow's warm up. here is where the difference
starts to build. much the sacramento valley will intrude into the communities of the east bay. not over the hills. 80s will return and also to the coast. some 60s for highs. that includes downtown san francisco and good portion of that. to the south bay. looking for upper 80s. supper tino 85. -- cupper teen no and -- cupertinoat 85. >> this rain in the forecast will be delayed until saturday. that is instability to look out for, too. mark? they have a connection in a murder back in october. nathan sacheo and mondovan tran are accused killing a real estate agent. police say michael arsaga was shot and killed at lou restaurants in san jose on october 24th. an investigation led officers
to the two suspects. police have yet to release a motive. time now is 6:17. active figure in the east bay community faces felony charges. he was arrested on suspicion of downloading child poshography -- child pornography. they arrested jeffrey casper after finding evidence that he was downloading child porn. they were filed against him early last month. he was the chair of the district board which disbanded in 20th also the greater chamber of commerce and rotary club of diablo. he is due back in court in august. another warning for people in fremont as people are finding that grabbed right off of them by thieves. >> three robberies reported on three consecutive days and we will show you dates and locations where they happen.
>> the victim walking along near michelle street. and a robber ripped a gold chain off her neck. >> this is near the apartments on the parkway. the robber ran down deep creek road and got away. >> then on saturday, a woman had a gold chain ripped off her neck near fredrick road. search is on for two people who burglarized a restaurant. we have a surveillance video. it happened on april 21st at joe's chinese fast food at three in the morning. one of the burglars behind the cash register wearing an oakland raiders hat and second business in the area were also burglar rised. they have yet to reveal the video from that crime. they are offering a $100,000 reward that leads to the arrest of a decades old murder. company officials with applied materials in share want
information -- in santa clara want more information. on march 24, in 1994, he was shot and killed. security cameras did not catch the shooting but the cameras did capture an image of a suspicious vehicle that police are interested in. it is a light colored 1991 to 1994 ford explore remember scout. they are asking for funds to help issue a warning when an earthquake is about to hit. the researchers have been working on this for nearly a decade. governor brown is asking legislature for $10 million for the early warning system. it will wash presume of an earthquake up to a minute before it hits. depends on how far away you are. >> that may not seem like a lot of time. it would be enough time to stop a train or for someone to take cover. even if they finish shake alert. it still needs a steady flow of
funding. >> once we have it in place and all the communications technologies. about $16 million a year. >> at this point the usgs does not know where the future funding will come from. the goal is just on getting the system built for the public. the goal is to do a limited rollout in the next year or two. > >> time now is six # 1:00. sinead o'connor is safe and well and they know where she is. she was reported missing on sunday. police started to look for her. she didn't return home from an early morning bike ride. she made headline it is when arrest convenient yo hall filed a lawsuit against her. he sued her after she said he gave drugs to prince and also accused arrestsen yo of drugging her. >> there were concerns she might harm herself. >> she had a note on facebook
saying she overdosed in a hotel room in ireland. she was found safe and taken to the hospital and then again now she has been found safe. take a look at this new video showing the moments before or after a deadly air show crash. it happened in georgia. here is the stunt. it went down on suband happened in an airport near atlanta. they were trying to complete the stump maneuver and couldn't pull out of the dive and the plane hit the ground and burst into flames. there is the dive. both the faa and tnb are investigating. today a trial in one of the officers charged in the death of freddy gray in baltimore. they rested the case against edward near row. a fellow officer testified that nero had no hand in taking gray down in the arrest. they suffered a fatal spinal injury while in police custody. this sparked protests and near row is one of six officers
charged in connection with gray's death. four boys have been charged with making a violent threat against their middle school. they were seen on line talking about bombing the school. another student saw the conversation and reported it. they were arrested and charged with making a violent threat against the school in kansas. still ahead. a new health benefits associated with going to church. why women may want to think twice before they decide to skip the church service. why one country is accusing kim kardashian cf being a a -- of being a secret agent. >> we will take a live look out here. >> you head to work or school this morning and the coast is clear. we will be right back.
. welcome back. the back up at the toll plaza is growing. this is the pay gates. it is into the maze and on to 580 and westbound 80 for those of you on the freeway. just a lot of heavy traffic and the drive time. 25 minutes now from the maze to the sky way. >> thanks a lot, robin. kim kardashian is accused of being a secret agent. the iranian revolutionary guard
claims that kardashian works for instagram and ebb cowries young women to get rid of their values. they made a claim on the iran ranian news program. the selfies are encouraging them to post their own selfies on social media. >> police in iran have arrested eight models for unislammic acts like women exposing their hair. i guess we will not see keeping up with the kardashians in iran any time soon. going to church may help women live longer. those who go to church more than a once a week said they have a fear of dying. they studied 74,000 middle-aged women from 2,009 to 2012. those who went to church regularly had lower rates of depression and less likely to smoke. the international space station has orbited the earth
100,000 times. >> they have the milestone in 1988. it is a russian rocket that flu up to orbit. this is the first piece of the space station. >> they traveled 2.6 billion miles which includes 10 round trips to mars. >> the 1 billion pounds station circles every few minutes. wow. dizzy from hearing the story. here is a live shot for you at the golden gate bridge. elevated view and sunny. we will have a warm one. we will have the details in the forecast. plus we now know the name of the man killed and stabbed outside the restaurant. new information we are learning this morning. pet groomer in san mateo arrested for killing a dog under his watch. we will have his mugshot coming up in a live report.
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. the dow jones is opened at 22. we had better than expected earnings from home depot. the dow is down 41 this morning. look at weather and traffic for you. and you don't have any. >> we don't have any. >> first we will talk about the weather and the sunshine. >> i would be lying. we will be in cell territory. >> warming up in a big way. >> this is buying high and selling low. >> selling low. and i don't want to do it that way. you can see beautiful sunshine. even off to a mild start in many locations to warm almost. 70 for firedfield. concord 57. pleasanton dipped a little.
and east bay shoreline from oakland. 54 up to 85 by 2:00. >> this is the northwest wind. remember that for the ballgame this evening. ready for the school forecast. be talking 94 inland. >> 65. and 68 for your pick up in the mid-afternoon. well the bridges are filling up, robin. anything else going on. >> at the fell bridge on 580 west bounds from the east bay to the north bay. mostly for the these players. look on the left. those are the cash lanes, the fast track lanes are moving better. this is the western drive on to 580 west. not back to castro. moving very well along the span into the north bay. >> no problems for 101. >> mill valley. and all looking good. >> i will look at more east bay drive times coming up in my full report. >> mark, darya?
animal ciewltty charges after the death of a 1-year-old dog who was at the store for grooming. >> they are live at city world dog park to tell us more on what happened in this case. will? >> reporter: it took three minutes, the dog was dropped off at pet smart. 3 miles from this location. we are in san carlos and a lot of dog owners at this location as well and we will talk to the two girls here. >> on sunday, the dog owner dropped off his dog. thought everything was okay. you trucked about it. 1-year-old dachshund and juan zirotti, claims the dog is not breathing. bleeding from the mouth. >> takes it to the vet. early examination shows the dog had two broken ribs and punctured lung. they swooped in and arrested him. we are not sure if he has made
bail and they quickly got the information out to let dog openers know. be careful not just that pet smart and be very smart about what is going on when you drop off a dog and just to watch out for some of the behaviors and things that involve their dog. here are two lovely lay did is -- ladies that stopped by. >> i am shocked. >> i take my dogs all the time to bet smart. >> the same one. >> no. right here in san carlos. >> you don't go to a groomer. and something bad could happen. something like that. >> i don't know. it is unbelievable. >> it crosses my mind. when i drop my dog off. does it cross your mind. you drop off the child. >> no, i think they are trustworthy. they are watched by the pet smart and they would screen
these people before they are allowed to touch my dog. >> thank you for talking to us. >> i didn't mean to shock you. >> they are nice ladies. i didn't mean to be the bearer of bad news. he was arrested. they will do a further examination. his name is juan surati and he is from san francisco and did work at the san mateo pet smart. >> it is shocking and like you said. it is a big chain. you drop off the dog to get the hair washed. it is a terrible story. 6:33. we now know the name of the man stabbed outside the restaurants last week. we will look at the video from the night it happened. >> juan serrano was killed early friday morning. he was stabbed. at least once and it is in a parking lot outside the restaurant on story road. he went into the restaurant and someone called emergency
services. they got there and he died at the scene. they don't have a detailed description of the attacker, engineer they are meeting o today to talk about what caused the amtrak derailment in philadelphia. the cause won't be determined until they meet today. official who is briefed on the investigation said the train engineer, brand done bastion was distracted before radio transmissions and eight people died and two others were injured in the crash last may. >> investigators -- told investigators. that a rock had shattered his windshield. he was concerned about that train engineer and his own safety. before the derailment. the train was captured going more than twice the recommended speed as it approached a curve. they have ties to the bay area. he operated train it is for cal train and amtrak employee.
update now in alberta, canada. it is still burning and more people are forced to evacuate. >> nearly 8,000 workers are told they need to leave. firefighters have extended the mandatory veef yackiation zone -- evacuation zone. and fort mcmurray fire started burning more than two weeks ago. in the east bay, fire investigators have identified a hand who was killed in a garage fire in his concord home. 65-year-old richard costa and his dog died in the fire last thursday night. his wife wasn't home at the time. she suffered minor injuries and smoke inhalation. they saw the garage on fire as well as a car parked outside the garage k. >> costa was found inside the home. he died at the hospital. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. two people are recovering from minor injuries after a fire in san francisco's sunset district. this is the dam from the fire.
it started around 11 owe cloak in the morning and looks like it started at the back of the home and spread to a home next door. 12 people have been displaced by the fire. kids in california who are brought to the u.s. legally are gaining access to publicly funded healthcare. >> they are allowing them to sign up for medical cal regardless of their status. >> that is children under the age of 19 that will be signing up. healthcare coverage is either free or at a lower cost. but it is going to cost california. it is expected to be $188 million expense in just the first year. house republicans are introducing a measure that would give $622 million to fight the zika virus. that is 1/3 of the money the president requested to fight the virus three months ago. >> this is scheduled for later this week. >> it is for developing a vaccine. >> controlling the mosquitoes that spread zika.
and tests to detect it and control. >> zika can cause severe birth defects. so, the kron 4 news. another officer is on leave. following a sexual misconduct investigation. >> hear from the women at the center of the investigation, coming up. plus long lines at the airport are growing problem. see how one california airport is going above and beyond to keep the crowds entertained. next, find out which popular video game company is trying to make the jump to the big screen. okay, ready? whoa!
. it is still slow going are coming from the east bay and headed to the peninsula. and this is san mateo. it is just crowded. leaving less than 20 minutes from the nimitz over to the bay shore. >> darya. nintendo is looking to jump onto the big screen now. they said nintendo is in the process of negotiating with production companies. their plan is to turn their anyone tend doe characters from their franchises into movies. the nintendo rep said they
haven't decided which characters would get the movie treatment. it is being funded in part from the sale of the seattle mariners. >> got to be the mario brothers. >> of course. >> this is the 7:00 hour. >> we have more to tell you about. certain grab noel la bars -- granola bars can make you sick. >> after a daring rescue, how he saved a little boy from a rattle snake. plus the oldest woman in the world is sharing her secrets for longevity. she will share advice you may want to use. >> this is coming up in the next hour. live shot for you. the san mateo bridge and the hills behind it. it will be an insulation factor for tomorrow. we are looking for a change of the warm up today. already by tomorrow. we will show you the distinctions and we have more straight ahead.
. this is the top stories we are following. police are investigating a stabbing on a muni bus. >> this is the 14 line around 1:30 this morning. they got into a fight and one stabbed the other in the stomach. >> attacker got away. >> there is a shooting again. it is on highway four in antioch and people in two cars started shooting at each other and four people were arrested. >> warrior losing game one against the oklahoma city thunder. they started out hot. led by 13 and they were outscored by 19-points in the second half. oklahoma wins 108-02. game two of the best of seven series is tomorrow in oakland. the sharks have their game in st. louis. things will be warm again. >> it is going to be warm again today and hanging on tomorrow. >> little change happening.
>> right now. it is like we are flying north up to seattle from sfo and you can see the live shot. look at the way the fog is here and there. we are pretty clear to start things off from the get go. >> today is the big warm up day and already off to a big start. and 57 concord and antioch at 69. 49 ple, and -- pleasanton. and 62 up to santa rosa. we already had this. it is dipped to the south s no threat in terms of precipitation or anything like that. but only for a short time. >> behind all of this, the weather maker for the reminder of the week and slow out of the gulf of 58 last candlestick. it is dry at first and effects will be felt in terms of winds and drop of temperatures particularly at the beaches. today is the big day for the peach if you have to go there and you will notice it being
cooler. there is the warm up to the east bay. you can see the 90s making their way through the valley and getting through wine country here. >> tonight, very mild. >> 60s all over the board and 70s hanging on. as late as 1:00. >> tomorrow's effort. still the warm up. >> very impressive off to the east. >> good spread out in 80s and rather in the south bay as well. >> little distinction along the coast. >> this is a change happening. onshore flow in place and it will be a little cooler tomorrow. >> high temperatures today. >> expect the east bay to be in the lower 90s. this is the warmest day and tomorrow. pretty close to that. that far to the east. you can see the drop and temperatures get down to 70 or so inland at 58. meanwhile we start to introduce by saturday. chance of showers and there may be instanlt to look out for. >> we will look out for the traffic. >> back up at the toll plaza is
now growing. it is jammed across the upper deck. >> no problems out there. and nothing to worry about if you take the trip. >> this is commute traffic. and yes, it is slow. >> it is back to marcus and pablo. this is in pockets coming out of hercules and out of fremont street to get to down on oakland to the sky way in san francisco. over to the san rafael bridge. this is jammed and backed up beyond castro and richmond parkway. still moving very well and connecting with 101. >> 101 leaving the north bay. it is pretty good. there is some commuter traffic on novato at 37 heading in. it is a great ride leaving it all the way to the golden gate bridge. drive time under 20 minutes for 37. across the bridge and into san francisco. we will check drive times. this time around for the south
bay k north 101 from south san jose all the way into palo alto and it is not too bad. yellow. moderate. 35 minutes for the downtown trip. >> still holding well out of cupertino and there is a stall on the guadalupe parkway and it is right around taylor. and now it is 12 minutes to get from 85 through the scene of the stall and out to 101. back to the news. thanks. 6:48. now first on 4. more fall yoit from a sexual misconduct investigation involving a teenager girl and the ook police. >> fourth officer is now on administrative leave. he spoke exclusively with the woman at the center of the investigation. >> hello, you talked to the media today? not at all. not feeling it. they be lying. ha, you know the truth. you tell it. you are looking at excerpts from a conversation i had with
sell less quan, the subject of the sexual allegation it is involving four rook police officers. >> you know what i work in right. >> what you work in. umplet how you make money. >> she said yes. >> i replied. you tell me. >> she said you don't know? lol. >> i had an idea and i said call girl. >> her response. >> you got it. >> i asked if if that is how she met the cops. she said a couple. that is how i met brandon. he saved me from a pimp but i was 17. that's how we started. referring to oakland officer brendan o'brien who shares the spotlight in the sexual misconduct allegation tions. >> i said did he talk about possibly marrying you. >> no, but i did cull him which beat husband. >> he implicated several pd officers connected to sell less in a suicide note he left behind after killing himself
last fall. >> according to the report, o'brien's wife erica lopez was found dead in the same apartment a year earlier. the report said her death was suspicious and she died from a bullet fired from the officer's gun. she found the cause to be suicide. >> i said what did you think when you heard his wife killed herself. this is part of her response. >> i was drunk and got into it. and that's when he told me. before that, he had just told me his wife died from being very sick. >> she told me she was in a meeting with an attorney today. we had to cut the conversation. but i get the sense she has a lot more to say about the officers under investigation. >> in oakland, kron four news. this is the bay area reporter who broke the story last week. here is a timeline of the investigation. last tuesday, we confirmed. two officers were on leave and
that others were also involved. we learned that a police officer committed suicide last year and that's what led to the sexual misconduct investigation. on friday, the police chief and the mayor of oakland announced that they were asking the d.a. to conduct an investigation. yesterday, we confirmed that four officers are on paid love. stay with kron 4 as we continue with the latest updates on this story. time now is 6:51. transportation authority is offering a low rate pass for teenagers and kids. >> it allows them to get turn liemented rides all summer long on light rail train it is and buses and cost 75 bucks. can be used on all the buses. light trains throughout santa clara county and summary of passes are on sale until july 15th. an engineer who helped steer rules to work on self-driving cars is now trying
to create big rigs. >> anthony have teaming up with two former google employees and start up called otto. >> quick trucks like this one with sensors and cameras and navigate highway it is on their own. >> they have to be in the big rig and nap and handle the tasks during the drive. day at the beach turns disastrous. >> they will dig a sand tunnel. and it is filled with water and the 6'4" beach goer was trapped neck deep in wet sand. they had shovels and they were able to dig the man free before the waves got too close. >> to area baseball and good news. >> in oakland. >> sean manea earned his victory and fourth start last
night. >> he had hit it is over 2/3 inning. as beat the texas rangers. >> he gave up one run and struck out two. >> they beat the rangers: they have the last of their three games. they play them tonight at the coliseum. first pitch is 7:05. for the san francisco giants they are taking on the padres. first pitch is in san diego at 7:10. they are back on at&t park taking on the cubs on friday. we continue. live look outside here along the embarcadero. we have a beautiful start to the day as temperatures heat up. we will have an update on how hot it will be for the neighborhood. (vo) when i first took jake home
they perform for flyers. eight performers. including jugglers. clowns and musicians will be roaming around the airport. there is not a set schedule. it is free rein around the airport with preand post security locations. residence sierra will last until october. this is part of the performing arts program. coming up in the 7:00 hour. we will start with breaking news from overnight. a stabbing on a muni bus and a search for an attacker. >> another one has drivers concerned this morning. we will tell you what happened now. >> in gary's world. what the warrior have to say about their loss and what a player has to say about calling the players monkeys. >> the real back story. one of the people behaving badly at the beta breakers.