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good morning. we're taking a >> rebecca: or lower at will start centers go the storm track for breaking down the fog for us the most of the morning and will start to meigs out once again closer the lunchtime hour and full visibility it will stick around drop the day. drastically different from what we saw yesterday morning 18 degrees warmer and nap by then
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we were yesterday 11 for oakland 8 for a word because of the dreyer air right now a in san francisco seven not in view 7 degrees or also in sao jose. '50s and '60s forties' yesterday's not a story today 57 currently union city 51 oakland as well as richmond. 60 degrees now in san francisco and bought out and 67 and panama. we will let you know your highs of coming up.
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>> : our work with this girl i do think a assists circumstance. in its the the for a hour >> reporter: camera that 23- year-old laura rodgers also worked at the kfc on 98th street in san leandro with ramirez. that rodgers was a bubbly girl until she met her boyfriend 23- year-old curtys taylor about one year ago. "it's unbelievable you know because i work with this girl i didn't know this girl could get to these circumstances." she says taylor would sit inside the fast food restaurant for hours intimidating his girlfriend to the point she became quiet, started wearing long hemmed clothing and didn't engage with customers anymore. ramirez's family didn't recognize either suspect but alameda county jail documents matched up with their names and arrest date.
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"we didn't know anything about her personal friends because she was very quiet." ramirez was found thursday brutally killed and left at an oakland park as seen in this video with our helicopter partnership with abc7. ella reports that laura rodgers is set to be arrainged on monday. curtis taylor's arraignment is set for tuesday. in the east bay. 8 people are recovering this morning after they were injured outside a downtown oakland nightclub, two men, aged 17 and 21, are in custody in connection with saturday morning's shooting. they were also wounded and are in stable condition. they other six people who were shot include four women and two men ranging from 17 to 28 years old. one is in criticial condition. officers say that a man walked up to the crowd and got into an argument before shots were fired. happening today. thousands of people are off and running in the golden gate half marathon in san francisco this morning. the thirteen mile run just started at aquatic park and ends at the marina green. and that's where we find kron
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four's averi harper. what's going on out there averi. >> averi: particpating in the 13 mile run. the event just started, shortly after 7 this morning. the runners began in aquatic park and will get views of the golden gate bridge and alcatraz during the marathon. they go through the marina and presido as well. they finally finish at marina green. festival after to celebrate. thousands of people running it from all over the country including australia israel
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>> averi: there making sure the courses say it could be a headache for people as they try to drive in the marina neighborhood. coming up next on
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kron four news weekend. donald trump rushed off the stage in reno. we'll explain what caused a scare at a rally. and it's been ten years since the silver and black have played this primetime game. how tonight's matchup against denver might be their biggest since the 2002 super bowl. plus. the holidays might have you reaching deep into your pockets. the shopping deals that can help you save money this holiday season.
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>> marty:for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. major retailers have already started promoting black friday deals that you can get now. a national retail survey finds that holiday gift sales in november and december are expected to top 55 billion dollars this year. that means that each shopper will spend an average of 935 dollars during the holiday season. and major retailers are getting a head start in offering savings. walmart launched it's holiday gift guide. and amazon has a black friday deals store. the site will feature new deals every day -- sometimes every
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five minutes -- until december 22nd. if you haven't bought your thanksgiving airline tickets yet. don't wait any longer. fares are going to jump by four- dollars per day. but the good news is that airfare is not as expensive as it has been in years past. most of the top 15 busiest markets have cheaper airfares this year. to save money, experts suggest flying on days and times that are not popular. thanksgiving day is typically the cheapest day to fly. they also say flights with a layover are usually cheaper than non-stop flights. >> marty:for the weekned. it's dog day afternoon in san francisco. check out the pet party and costume contest. it's happening at branna and delancey from 11:00 to 3:00. and it's free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: sing really foggy start the morning warmer conditions nurses yesterday and barely make out any of the hills we see behind their and then as a result of this live shot we do have a poor visibility in our delays for inbound flights 38 minutes because of the low-lying clouds and fog right now fought tracker showing us all the fog spilling into livermore valley
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things are mixing up for us and was a clear run around lunchtime and that some of the fog will club the immediate coast for most of the day. much warmer verses 24 hours ago 18 degrees warmer and now bob 10 and the oakland area and eight degrees warmer for hayward's seventh round you also for san jose nevada 16 degrees warmer and then 14 degrees warmer current conditions lots of 40 assess our yesterday and then mostly in the '60s 62 sentences of a 60 oakland 57 in san jose at livermore at 56 degrees 50 to concord and 574 santa rosa area.
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a little bit cooler there and then 67 for oakland 68 degrees for a word 70 degree mark for san jose looking at 62 degrees after in san francisco later this afternoon. some amateur to north bay and tuesday and for election day lots of sunshine under 70 and then coming up we let you know your someday run but forecast for the rest get
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>> marty:decision 2016. a scary moment at a donald trump rally in nevada. two secret service agents ran on stage and took the republic candidate behind a curtain after it was believed someone in the crowd had a gun. rebecca strom is here with more on what happened. it was a very intense situation in reno. >> rebecca:here's what happened marty. first a scuffle broke out near the front of the audience. this as donald trump was rushed off the stage. it wasn't clear what happened at the moment. you can see people in the crowd scarmbling around as well.
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then there was a report that someone in the crowd had a gun. and that's when at least one man was carried away by police and secret service agents. they didn't find any type of gun on the man. one person in the crowd says he was shaken up during the commotion trump later returned to the stage, just minutes after. he thanked the secret service for protecticing him. law enforcement officials say the man won't be charged. marty, back to you. the candidates and their running mates are on an all out blitz this weekend. kron four's justine waldman reports that polls in florida shows the two nominees in a dead heat. no rest for either candidate
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today. nba star lebron james will be campaigning with hillary clinton in cleveland, ohio. and donald trump will be making his final stop in minnesota before the election. some people in santa clara county already have an early jump in voting. thousands of voters in palo alto waited in long lines to cast their vote on saturday. because of the many issues on the ballot, officals expect big crowds at polling stations november eighth. kron four spoke to early voters who said they were too anxious to wait until tuesday. ".busy on tuesday." you can find out where you can go to vote early. check out our website at kron four dot com. coming up next on kron four news weekend. >> marty: they expect big groveling stations november 8th is booked early voters who say they were very anxious and could not wake of tuesday's vote.
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the latest in bay area sports is coming up. for the weekned. it's the sailboat ride day in berkeley.
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get on a sailboat and enjoy the ride. it's happening at the cal sailing club from 1:00 to 4:00. and it's free to attend. the raiders biggest game in years. as they host the denver broncos at the coliseum in sunday night football. it's oakland first time on the sunday primetime stage in a decade. both teams are six and two on the season, tied for the top
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spot in the a-f-c west. this is the raiders best start to a season since 2001. derek carr is looking to carry momentum after he threw for a franchise record. five-hundred and thirteen yards last week in tampa. kick-off is set for 5:30 this evening. the 49ers are coming off their bye week and host the new orleans saints at levi's stadium. the red and gold haven't won a game since week one. colin kaepernick is expected to start at quarterback. running back carlos hyde is listed as questionable with a shoulder injury. new orleans is coming off a victory over the seahawks last week. drew brees is second in the league with 18 touchdowns on the year. kick-off is set for 1:05 from santa clara. the stanford cardinal defended home field saturday. beating oregon state 26-15. christian mccaferry ran for a 199 yards with a touchdown. stanford is now six and three on the season. the 5th ranked washington huskies kept their unbeaten season alive.
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dominating cal in berkeley 66- 27. huskies quarterback jake browning threw for 378 yards and had six touchdowns. the bears have now lost back to back games. and stand at 4 and 5. the sharks hosting sidney crosby and the penguins in a stanley cup final rematch. and sid the kid had his way with team teal saturday night. he scored two of pittsburgh's five goals. san jose was shut out. final score, 5 to nothing from the s-a-p center. the sharks have now lost three games in a row. coming up on kron four news weekend. stab wounds found on a body discovered in the north bay. what detectives are saying about the death. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the tweed ride in san francisco. enjoy the one of a kind bicycle event. put on your best tweed and get ready to ride and socialize. it's happening at dolores park and it starts at 11:00. the event is free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. in the east bay: a newark man is arrested, accused of having sex with a minor. 29-year-old john graham was taken into custody after the minor's parents called police. graham is the co-owner of "finesse soccer academy" in newark.
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at this point, investigators think there is only one victim in this case. but they are continuing to look into the incident. >> rebecca: nursing a lot lower caste surge up and read it right out of a contractor just up the east of yet caterpillar also know clinton is now 61 in richmond. 59 intemperances go and have monday the north bay quite warm as compared to yesterday and 61 girl in a bottle. my ultimate journey
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expected and then by 5:00 it will pick up just a bit close cover will be following us. levi stadium kick off for 05 get in on the scene to see low '70's so all below the cloud cover.
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>> marty:another big story we are following this moring. authorities now say the body found just off the sonoma state campus died from multiple stab wounds. kirk kimberly was 1st reported missing on october 17th. a landscaper discovered kimberly's body in a shallow grave wednesday night. police say detectives believe kimberly was targeted by his killer or killers. adding that the murder was not connected with the university or it's students. kimberly was last seen leaving his home in cotati on a bicycle to visit a friend. decision 20-16. in oakland, mayor libby schaff and lt. governor gavin newsom hopped on bikes and took to the streets to promote measure k-k. kron 4's hermela aregawi explains the improvements this measure is promising to bring to the city. >> :natsot oakland mayor libby schaff "we're going to get on those streets, on those beautiful bikes, right now."
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about two dozen oakland residents joined mayor libby schaff for bike ride this afternoon. schaff is championing measure kk - a 600 million dollar, 10 year proposal. more than half of which would be designated for rehabing roads. sot oakland mayor libby schaff in 10 years, instead of just a quarter of our streets being in decent condition, more than 70% of our streets can be safe, healthy and smooth. schaff invited cyclists of various ages to advocate for the measure with just a few days left to vote. sot when i leave my house, every curb i go up its a pothole, seeing the potholes getting fixed and there's a measure for that, i fully support that. proponents claim 150-million dollars would be used to upgrade public facilities like fire and police stations, libraries and parks. lt governor gavin newsom - also attended today's event - to support the measure. sot oakland has a unique opportunity to not only provide the kind of investment that's long overdue for streets, roads and sidewalks, but also for affordable housing to make oakland more affordable. the remaining 100 million
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dollars would go towards buying and protecting affordable housing. but the east bay rental housing association which represents landlords and property managers says proponents are using affordable housing as "bait" for an expensive infrastructure project that will fall on property owners. standup early this year the city conducted a survey and found 75 percent of responders said they would vote for this measure. but we couldn't find any outside polling. so we won't know until after tuesday how popular this measure really is.reporting in oakland, ha k4 news. and now with just a few days left until the 2016 election. >> marty:we've seen an early voting movement this year that's completely reshaped the tradition election cycle. national correspondent chance seales is covering the campaigns up close. he has some insight on how early voting could impact the outcome. and the kron4 is your place for election day coverage.
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>> reporter: 11 twist and turns unexpected the one thing in this election year will be remembered for is the impact of early voting in completely reshaped how the politics work in a time frame we're talking about here anywhere from zero week of 45 days out and sometimes for good sometimes for bad depending on what side you're on what date is up to 25 million people could be complete in the box before election day. and then for trump any last-minute disclosures taxes it might be too late for
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tens of millions of voters for that. early voting usually helps democrats. at the mean longer lines and 2020 maybe more republican votes and on election day inside it could it be early voting and lots of popularity could backfire in the sense it's a very well could we will see on election night on tuesday night. stick with us. >> marty:our team of reporters will be spread out across the bay as voters head to the polls and we'll take a closer look the propositions and measures that matter to you. that's next week right here on kron4.
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san francisco's search for a new police chief appears to be nearing a conclusion. and current interim chief toney chaplin is one of those in the running. the full-time job has been open since greg suhr resigned in may. it is not clear who the finalists are. but reports indicate the police commission has narrowed the list. it's unclear if san francisco mayor ed lee will release the names of the final candidates. coming up on kron four news weekend. steph and ayesha curry in the south bay. what they did that got thousands of fans at a bowling alley. live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekned. it's dia de los muertos in redwood city. check out the live music, activities and food. it's happening at courthouse square from 5:00 to 9:00 this evening. and it's free to attend.
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steph curry is a two-time nba m- v-p. but he has other talents as well.
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kron four's spencer blake caught up with the warriors star guard who was in the south bay playing a different sport. >> reporter:you kind of have to yell at a bowling alley to be heard. saturday at san jose's brand-new bowlero, the screaming fans *almost drowned out the music. "we reached out to the currys because we were so excited to launch bowlero san jose, and what better than to launch it with the currys?" the bowling alley is the newly- renovated version of the old bowlmore center. but let's be honest - most of these people had their priorities set - currys first, bowling second. "you know what, they seemed really nice, real down to earth, i mean there were a lot of people around here and they were real nice to sign stuff like that. we were screaming out, 'steph curry! mvp!'" some of them got to *mix both of those priorities. "we were able to work with steph and ayesha to come out. they agreed to greet everybody, and we had 20 lucky winners bowl with them." lucky indeed.
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five thousand people had r-s-v- p'd to come to the event, but the bowling alley had to trim that list down considerably. and as luck would have it, most of the bowlers who got to join team steph and team ayeshawere kids. "i actually knocked down all of them. you got a strike? yeah. hey, way to go, man!" "i got a few pictures with him and an autograph. it was nice." everybody elsecrowded around, getting selfies, signatures, and smiles. in true steph curry fashion, he kept signing autographs well after his security detail prodded him along to leave. now bowlers here have a basketball-tint on their bowling game. "i just have to find the right ball for my wrist. i have small hands - i don't have steph curry hands." "and by the way, that bowling battle between husband and wife ended up with a win for team steph. i guess he's mvp in multiple sports. in san jose, spencer blake, kron four news." live look outside. from kirkwood. for the weekned. it's the free first sunday admission at the oakland museum. check out the art, history and natural science. it's happening at the oakland museum of california from 10:00 to 6:00. and it's free to attend today.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. receive this it in with us the most of the day around the bay we should see clearing around noon break it down for you with the storm tracker and live right now outside the bay bridge toll plaza as he concedes an easy driving to san francisco for traffic and then hardly any cars making their way up to the tapes is overcast conditions agreed it cried for you and the city we have to fall along the east bay shoreline for mile visibility there very heavy along the
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coast and for the golden gate bridge and alleged time read much cleared the drug debate area except the coast of course and then heading into a late- night hours you will see fogger turned and we also are tracking rainshowers into today looking at a little bit of activity off the north of us and to the east of the pie right now in and see some might be sweeping through parts of the north bay isolated showers of sprinkle or to.
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>> rebecca: upper 70's on tuesday before election day nice state allowing boat and then we seize any conditions pretty much there and the rest of the week with a slight chance of rain coming up on saturday. he's now facing suspicion of child endangerment hit-and-run. >> rebecca: >> marty:on the peninsula.
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a pacifica man is in custody for child endangerment. police arrested matthew smith for driving drunk with his three-year-old daughter in the car. officers responded to reports of a car crash at linda mar boulevard and peralta way. a witness described a silver honda sedan leaving the scene. officers found smith and the young girl a short time later. smith is facing charges of suspicion of d-u-i , child endangerment and hit-and-run. the child was not injured in the crash. in bay area news. a fairfield family is suing an ambulance company after a medic posted a picture on social media of their son's injuries following a motorcycle crash kron4's jeff pierce has the story. keyano fiel is a raiders fan who argues with his father about this weekend's game. i think c j anderson is going to run all over your defense. keyano suffered life threatening injuries in a motorcycle accident in march that left him severely brain damaged and an amputated leg. while the family struggles with the challenges he faces they are now addressing another pain that was inflicted upon them when a medic in the ambulance posted a picture on social media as he was being transported to the hospital. my son's mangled leg was posted on social media. it was that picture that family members first learned about the severity of keyano's injuries. it was a picture of his leg and half of it was gone and you could see the rest of his leg, just the bone everything and i don't want to see that and i don't think anybody would want
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to see that or anybody that knew him. but it was the nature of the posts the medic added to accompany the image that has outraged the family. once the door closes your ass is mine. i believe there was one that said the louder you scream the faster we'll go. there's four or five other ones that i just choose not to say them. it has left the parents questioning the care that might have been given their son. taking the time to take a picture, think of these hashtags and post it, to me as a parent what were you doing to help my son. the family has filed a lawsuit
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against the ambulance service that transported keyano. this was something we wanted to make aware, that it's not ok, we didn't want other families to go through it. for now they remind keyano what his high school football coach always told him. everyday and every way you get better and better. in fairfield jeff pierce kron four news. in bay area news. a u-s-f nursing student is facing child pornography charges. 20-year-old sam kerfoot was arrested on campus. police say kerfoot was uploading and storing hundreds of images. several media storage devices were taken from kerfoot's dorm room. the investigation is ongoing. in california news. the woman who drowned in the russian river has now been identified. 69-year-old heide boley went missing friday after her canoe overturned. the two other passengers made it to shore safely. the sheriff's helicopter located boley's body. she was pronounced dead at the scene. officials say boley was wearing a life jacket. in national news. police say a south carolina man accused of keeping a woman chained in a storage container also admitted to killing at least four people. officers say they found kala brown, "chained up like a dog" inside a shipping container. investigators also found a body in the same property believed to be brown's boyfriend, charles carver. brown, and carver, disappeared more than two months ago. todd kohlhepp, a registered sex offender, owns the property. police say it is possible that other bodies will be uncovered. in world news. violent crowds clashed with police in italy.over a constitutional referendum set for next month. thousands attacked police in florence with bats, cobblestones , and other objects. all in order to reach a building where the prime minister of italy was holdin are among a lar anti- gov are stron referen government of c1 december 4th. for the weekned. it's kundalini yoga in san francisco. enjoy the yoga flash class under the sky. it's happening at dolores park and starts at 11:00. and it's free to attend.
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>> marty:san jose's culinary chops are coming to the surface. a little family-owned restaurant has just received that city's first ever michelin star! and kron 4's vicki liviakis gives us a tour. >> reporter:imagine getting the
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call. you've just been awarded the food world's holy grail. the mighty michelin star. it's a fairy tale story - not only for adega - the family- owned restaurant that just opened less than a year ago by chefs david costa, jessica carreira and her folks. but this is san jose's very first michelin star. and why not? adega which means wine cellar.is in san jose's little portugal neighborhood not far from where jessica grew up. the menu includes some homespun portuguese dishes - with a twist. dishes like octopus. the good news - local diners are eating it up. the bad news - with all this new found fame - put in your rezzies now for a table in 2017.
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in san jose vicki liviakis kron 4 news. bart, homer, lisa, maggie and marge simpson along with the rest of the simpsons cast will now be apart of the record books. that's because the hit animated series has been renewed for another season. the simpsons will now be entering its 30th season. when you add it all up, homer and family will reach a total of 669 episodes. yeah, you heard that right. nearly 700 episodes of the simpsons. that will beat the previous record for a t-v show which was set by "gunsmoke." that show aired 635 episodes. it may be hard to believe, but the simpsons started back in 1989. and the rest as they say is history.
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woman: "prop 64 would bring discipline and oversight." man: "prop 64 is the first step toward a rational drug policy." woman: "it's time for a new approach." man: vote yes on 64. for a new approach." the u.s.those of us whoof freedserved in the military are very proud of that. i believe very, very strongly in our country and what we stand for. i went to iraq in 2004 to fight for freedom. for generations, our troops have sacrificed for our freedoms.
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one of the most important things we do is vote - to protect that freedom. i'm tom steyer. let's make the people we're so proud of, proud of us. please. vote. vote. vote. vote. good morning. we're taking a live look outside from our embarcadero camera. thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: the weather is working out nicely for the marathon, it went running weather. unseat their honors on
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the right hand of your screen run across. it is definitely a nice morning to take that nice job in see all the runners it will be given great drive for you. really stop along the immediate coast for the north bay in some spots even samaras up pettifog for the east bay in to the hayward area even not livermore valley. and things will be mixing out into the weekend hours talon and even into lunchtime and things really clear out nicely still
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hugging along the immediate coast and most of the bay will be nice and clear as far as fargo's also tracking rainshowers just the far north of us. activity east of ukiah some of it might be drizzling through places in the north space arrows on a lot of just isolated showers though in a slight drizzle if any today and keep that in mind a war starts the morning verses 24 hours ago at this time 12 degrees warmer now but and three for oakland for four hayward also five for san jose what a difference as far as temperatures go right now we're seeing '50s and '60s then yesterday this time yesterday in the 40's in most parts of the bay area. 60 degrees no planned 59 for san francisco and 56 use for the north said. >> marty:our big story. two people are in jail this morning. they are accused of killing and burning the body of a sherrif's department volunteer. kron four's ella sogomonian reports the suspects knew the victim.
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family and friends mourned the death of 21-year-old karla ramirez-segoviano at a vigil in hayward saturday night. a coworker who worked with her at a local k-f-c recognized the couple in these pictures as the two suspects arrested in this murder case. "it kind of shocks me because how can a coworker do that to another coworker you know?" the source tells kron 4 off camera that 23-year-old laura rodgers also worked at the kfc on 98th street in san leandro with ramirez. that rodgers was a bubbly girl until she met her boyfriend 23- year-old curtys taylor about one year ago. "it's unbelievable you know because i work with this girl i didn't know this girl could get to these circumstances." she says taylor would sit inside the fast food restaurant for hours intimidating his girlfriend to the point she became quiet, started wearing long hemmed clothing and didn't
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engage with customers anymore. ramirez's family didn't recognize either suspect but alameda county jail documents matched up with their names and arrest date. "we didn't know anything about her personal friends because she was very quiet." ramirez was found thursday brutally killed and left at an oakland park as seen in this video with our helicopter partnership with abc7. ella reports that laura rodgers is set to be arrainged on monday. curtis taylor's arraignment is set for tuesday. in the east bay.
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8 people are recovering this morning after they were injured outside a downtown oakland nightclub, two men, aged 17 and 21, are in custody in connection with saturday morning's shooting. they were also wounded and are in stable condition. they other six people who were shot include four women and two men ranging from 17 to 28 years old. one is in criticial condition. officers say that a man walked up to the crowd and got into an argument before shots were fired. happening today. thousands of people are off and running in the golden gate half marathon in san francisco this morning. the thirteen mile run just started at aquatic park and ends at the marina green. and that's where we find kron four's averi harper. what's going on out there averi. >> averi: some of the leaders in the race just past the nine mile-marker a few minutes ago we should be seeing some finishes here soon at 7:00 the runners took off in their present 47 states at 37 different countries running around this city and over the golden gate bridge they should have had use of the things that they concede it a lesson of them. there will leros a police escort us traffic and headache and house
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donald trump rushed off the since the 2002 super bowl. plus. the holidays might have you reaching deep into your pockets. the shopping deals that can help you save money this holiday season. for your money:.
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>> marty:here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. major retailers have already started promoting black friday deals that you can get now. a national retail survey finds that holiday gift sales in november and december are expected to top 55 billion dollars this year. that means that each shopper will spend an average of 935 dollars during the holiday season. and major retailers are getting a head start in offering savings. walmart launched it's holiday gift guide. and amazon has a black friday deals store. the site will feature new deals every day -- sometimes every five minutes -- until december 22nd. if you haven't bought your thanksgiving airline tickets yet. don't wait any longer. fares are going to jump by four-dollars per day.
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but the good news is that airfare is not as expensive as it has been in years past. most of the top 15 busiest markets have cheaper airfares this year. to save money, experts suggest flying on days and times that are not popular. thanksgiving day is typically the cheapest day to fly. they also say flights with a layover are usually cheaper than non-stop flights. for the weekned. it's dog day afternoon in san francisco. check out the pet party and costume contest. it's happening at branna and delancey from 11:00 to 3:00. and it's free to attend. thanks for joining us. i'm marty
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>> marty:the raiders biggest game in years. as they host the denver broncos at the coliseum in sunday night football. it's oakland first time on the sunday primetime stage in a
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decade. both teams are six and two on the season, tied for the top spot in the a-f-c west. this is the raiders best start to a season since 2001. derek carr is looking to carry momentum after he threw for a franchise record. five-hundred and thirteen yards last week in tampa. kick-off is set for 5:30 this evening. the 49ers are coming off their bye week and host the new orleans saints at levi's stadium. the red and gold haven't won a game since week one. colin kaepernick is expected to start at quarterback. running back carlos hyde is listed as questionable with a shoulder injury. new orleans is coming off a victory over the seahawks last week. drew brees is second in the league with 18 touchdowns on the year. kick-off is set for 1:05 from santa clara. the stanford cardinal defended home field saturday. beating oregon state 26-15. christian mccaferry ran for a 199 yards with a touchdown. stanford is now six and three on the season. the 5th ranked washington huskies kept their unbeaten season alive. dominating cal in berkeley 66- 27. huskies quarterback jake
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browning threw for 378 yards and had six touchdowns. the bears have now lost back to back games. and stand at 4 and 5. the sharks hosting sidney crosby and the penguins in a stanley cup final rematch. and sid the kid had his way with team teal saturday night. he scored two of pittsburgh's five goals. san jose was shut out. final score, 5 to nothing from the s-a-p center. the sharks have now lost three games in a row. coming up on kron four news weekend. stab wounds found on a body discovered in the north bay. what detectives are saying about the death. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the tweed ride in san francisco. enjoy the one of a kind bicycle event. put on your best tweed and get ready to ride and socialize. it's happening at dolores park and it starts at 11:00. the event is free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: it and still sees some runners on the side of the bridge. nice to work and sweat when it's not sunny and hot. as cool conditions and sworn in yesterday still temperatures quite nice will be a great starts to morning matter where you are to the bay area right now. the fog burns off the early-morning hours piquancy we still have some patchy fog along east bay shoreline. along the
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coast and the coastal fog will stick with us for most of the day. one half monday fall will be there struck the bay for you. an amtrak train to the north might have been isolated showers through the north bay and this morning light drizzle with any possible also we do have high surf advisory it still issued until 9:00 this morning be careful going along the coast 15 ft. waves possible see graves also and stronger occurrence.
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in the east bay: a newark man is arrested, accused of having sex with a minor. 29-year-old john graham was taken into custody after the minor's parents called police. graham is the co-owner of "finesse soccer academy" in newark. at this point, investigators think there is only one victim in this case. but they are continuing to look into the incident. another big story we are following this moring. authorities now say the body found just off the sonoma state campus died from multiple stab wounds. kirk kimberly was 1st reported missing on october 17th. a landscaper discovered kimberly's body in a shallow grave wednesday night. police say detectives believe kimberly was targeted by his killer or killers. adding that the murder was not connected with the university or it's students. kimberly was last seen leaving his home in cotati on a bicycle to visit a friend. decision 20-16. in oakland, mayor libby schaff and lt. governor gavin newsom hopped on bikes and took to the streets to promote measure k-k. kron 4's hermela aregawi explains the improvements this
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measure is promising to bring to the city. natsot oakland mayor libby schaff "we're going to get on those streets, on those beautiful bikes, right now." about two dozen oakland residents joined mayor libby schaff for bike ride this afternoon. schaff is championing measure kk - a 600 million dollar, 10 year proposal. more than half of which would be designated for rehabing roads. sot oakland mayor libby schaff in 10 years, instead of just a quarter of our streets being in decent condition, more than 70% of our streets can be safe, healthy and smooth. schaff invited cyclists of various ages to advocate for the measure with just a few days left to vote. sot when i leave my house, every curb i go up its a pothole, seeing the potholes getting
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fixed and there's a measure for that, i fully support that. proponents claim 150-million dollars would be used to upgrade public facilities like fire and police stations, libraries and parks. lt governor gavin newsom - also attended today's event - to support the measure. sot oakland has a unique opportunity to not only provide the kind of investment that's long overdue for streets, roads and sidewalks, but also for affordable housing to make oakland more affordable. the remaining 100 million dollars would go towards buying and protecting affordable housing. but the east bay rental housing association which represents landlords and property managers says proponents are using affordable housing as "bait" for an expensive infrastructure project that will fall on property owners. standup early this year the city conducted a survey and found 75 percent of responders said they would vote for this measure. but we couldn't find any outside polling. so we won't know until after tuesday how popular this measure really is.reporting in oakland, ha k4 news.
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and now with just a few days left until the 2016 election. we've seen an early voting movement this year that's completely reshaped the tradition election cycle. national correspondent chance seales is covering the campaigns up close. he has some insight on how early voting could impact the outcome. and the kron4 is your place for
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election day coverage. our team of reporters will be spread out across the bay as voters head to the polls and we'll take a closer look the propositions and measures that matter to you. that's next week right here on kron4. san francisco's search for a new police chief appears to be nearing a conclusion. and current interim chief toney chaplin is one of those in the running. the full-time job has been open since greg suhr resigned in may. it is not clear who the finalists are. but reports indicate the police commission has narrowed the list. it's unclear if san francisco mayor ed lee will release the names of the final candidates. coming up on kron four news weekend. steph and ayesha curry in the south bay. what they did that got thousands of fans at a bowling alley. live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekned. it's dia de los muertos in redwood city. check out the live music, activities and food. it's happening at courthouse square from 5:00 to 9:00 this evening. and it's free to attend.
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steph curry is a two-time nba m- v-p. but he has other talents as well. kron four's spencer blake caught up with the warriors star guard who was in the south bay playing a different sport. you kind of have to yell at a bowling alley to be heard.
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saturday at san jose's brand-new bowlero, the screaming fans *almost drowned out the music. "we reached out to the currys because we were so excited to launch bowlero san jose, and what better than to launch it with the currys?" the bowling alley is the newly- renovated version of the old bowlmore center. but let's be honest - most of these people had their priorities set - currys first, bowling second. "you know what, they seemed really nice, real down to earth, i mean there were a lot of people around here and they were real nice to sign stuff like that. we were screaming out, 'steph curry! mvp!'" some of them got to *mix both of those priorities. "we were able to work with steph and ayesha to come out. they agreed to greet everybody, and we had 20 lucky winners bowl with them." lucky indeed. five thousand people had r-s-v- p'd to come to the event, but the bowling alley had to trim that list down considerably. and as luck would have it, most of the bowlers who got to join team steph and team ayeshawere kids. "i actually knocked down all of them.
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you got a strike? yeah. hey, way to go, man!" "i got a few pictures with him and an autograph. it was nice." everybody elsecrowded around, getting selfies, signatures, and smiles. in true steph curry fashion, he kept signing autographs well after his security detail prodded him along to leave. now bowlers here have a basketball-tint on their bowling game. "i just have to find the right ball for my wrist. i have small hands - i don't have steph curry hands." "and by the way, that bowling battle between husband and wife ended up with a win for team steph. i guess he's mvp in multiple sports. in san jose, spencer blake, kron four news." live look outside. from kirkwood. for the weekned. it's the free first sunday admission at the oakland museum. check out the art, history and natural science. it's happening at the oakland museum of california from 10:00 to 6:00. and it's free to attend today.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. a dissipating weather system may produce local light rain this morning, mainly in the north bay. otherwise expect dry and slightly cooler weather. high pressure will build across california starting tomorrow, and result in dry weather along with warmer than normal temperatures through at least thursday. rain chances return by late friday.
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today will be mostly cloudy with a slight chance of drizzle in the morning. highs will be in the mid 60s. south winds will range from 5 to 15 mph before becoming west reaching 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon. tonight will be mostly cloudy in the evening before becoming partly cloudy. lows will be in the 50s with west winds reaching 5 to 15 mph. tomorrow will be partly cloudy with highs ranging from the mid to upper 60s. winds will be light. >> rebecca: continues missing out into these later morning hours and the definition. it
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will be at the immediate coast. and then across the bay area. temperatures right now looking at '60s richmond oakland's 61 hayward and then 58 if you're in san jose 59 differences sofa and i also have monday 60 degree mark 61 about off the nine center fell and then 153 degrees. here's what you need is now planning your dates today >> rebecca: season out land and into a the livermore valley types and needed a san jose 62 for san francisco.
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>> marty: on the peninsula. a pacifica man is in custody for child endangerment. police arrested matthew smith for driving drunk with his three-year-old daughter in the car. officers responded to reports of a car crash at linda mar boulevard and peralta way. a witness described a silver honda sedan leaving the scene. officers found smith and the young girl a short time later. smith is facing charges of suspicion of d-u-i , child endangerment and hit-and-run. the child was not injured in the crash. in bay area news. a fairfield family is suing an ambulance company after a medic posted a picture on social media of their son's injuries following a motorcycle crash kron4's jeff pierce has the story. keyano fiel is a raiders fan who argues with his father about this weekend's game. i think c j anderson is going to run all over your defense. keyano suffered life threatening injuries in a motorcycle accident in march that left him severely brain damaged and an amputated leg. while the family
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struggles with the challenges he faces they are now addressing another pain that was inflicted upon them when a medic in the ambulance posted a picture on social media as he was being transported to the hospital. my son's mangled leg was posted on social media. it was that picture that family members first learned about the severity of keyano's injuries. it was a picture of his leg and half of it was gone and you could see the rest of his leg, just the bone everything and i don't want to see that and i don't think anybody would want to see that or anybody that knew him. but it was the nature of the posts the medic added to accompany the image that has outraged the family. once the door closes your ass is mine. i believe there was one that said the louder you scream the faster we'll go. there's four or five other ones that i just choose not to say them. it has left the parents questioning the care that might have been given their son. taking the time to take a picture, think of these hashtags and post it, to me as a parent what were you doing to help my son. the family has filed a lawsuit against the ambulance service that transported keyano. this was something we wanted to make aware, that it's not ok, we didn't want other families to go through it. for now they remind keyano what his high school football coach always told him. everyday and every way you get better and better. in fairfield jeff pierce kron four news. in bay area news. a u-s-f nursing student is facing child pornography charges. 20-year-old sam kerfoot was arrested on campus. police say kerfoot was uploading and storing hundreds of images. several media storage devices were taken from kerfoot's dorm room. the investigation is ongoing.
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>> marty:in california news. the woman who drowned in the russian river has now been identified. 69-year-old heide boley went missing friday after her canoe overturned. the two other passengers made it to shore safely. the sheriff's helicopter located boley's body. she was pronounced dead at the scene. officials say boley was wearing a life jacket. in national news. police say a south carolina man accused of keeping a woman chained in a storage container also admitted to killing at least four people. officers say they found kala brown, "chained up like a dog" inside a shipping container. investigators also found a body in the same property believed to be brown's boyfriend, charles carver. brown, and carver, disappeared more than two months ago. todd kohlhepp, a registered sex offender, owns the property. police say it is possible that other bodies will be uncovered. in world news. violent crowds clashed with
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police in italy.over a constitutional referendum set for next month. thousands attacked police in florence with bats, cobblestones , and other objects. all in order to reach a building where the prime minister of italy was holding a meeting. citizens involved in the clash are among a larger group anti- government protesters who are strongly against the referendum. which they say will lead to a government centralization of power. the referendum is set for december 4th. for the weekned. it's kundalini yoga in san francisco. enjoy the yoga flash class under the sky. it's happening at dolores park and starts at 11:00. and it's free to attend.
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>> marty: san jose's culinary chops are
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coming to the surface. a little family-owned restaurant has just received that city's first ever michelin star! and kron 4's vicki liviakis gives us a tour. imagine getting the call. you've just been awarded the food world's holy grail. the mighty michelin star. it's a fairy tale story - not only for adega - the family- owned restaurant that just opened less than a year ago by chefs david costa, jessica carreira and her folks. but this is san jose's very first michelin star. and why not? adega which means wine cellar.is in san jose's little portugal neighborhood not far from where jessica grew up. the menu includes some homespun portuguese dishes - with a twist. dishes like octopus. the good news - local diners are eating it up. the bad news - with all this new found fame - put in your rezzies now for a table in 2017. in san jose vicki liviakis kron 4 news.
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>> marty: bart, homer, lisa, maggie and marge simpson along with the rest of the simpsons cast will now be apart of the record books. that's because the hit animated series has been renewed for another season. the simpsons will now be entering its 30th season. when you add it all up, homer and family will reach a total of 669 episodes. yeah, you heard that right. nearly 700 episodes of the simpsons. that will beat the previous record for a t-v show which was set by "gunsmoke." that show aired 635 episodes. it may be hard to believe, but the simpsons started back in 1989. and the rest as they say is history.
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good morning. we're taking a live look outside from our embarcadero camera. thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: just messing the
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base of the soft power as and pretty stopped in. it's starting to lift justle little bit and a little bit of relief so of course the runners like it and still see some trouble in the southbound side of the bridge. war fought continues even will let cameras overlooking a set of pipes or visibility for about a flight still tracking delays you can see it now over an hour. neckcloth you can still see it's pretty heavy along a coast san
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francisco down the peninsula have monday at north bay single of the heavy fog 5 mi. visibility serosa 7 for nevada and then as we've seen a clock had mixing out visibility starting to build a better >> rebecca: 59 degrees and 63 for a concord set sdi and sorrows of >> marty:our big story. two people are in jail this morning. they are accused of killing and burning the body of a sherrif's department volunteer. kron four's ella sogomonian reports the suspects knew the victim.
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family and friends mourned the death of 21-year-old karla ramirez-segoviano at a vigil in hayward saturday night. a coworker who worked with her at a local k-f-c recognized the couple in these pictures as the two suspects arrested in this murder case. "it kind of shocks me because how can a coworker do that to another coworker you know?" the source tells kron 4 off camera that 23-year-old laura rodgers also worked at the kfc on 98th street in san leandro with ramirez. that rodgers was a bubbly girl until she met her boyfriend 23-
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year-old curtys taylor about one year ago. "it's unbelievable you know because i work with this girl i didn't know this girl could get to these circumstances." she says taylor would sit inside the fast food restaurant for hours intimidating his girlfriend to the point she became quiet, started wearing long hemmed clothing and didn't engage with customers anymore. ramirez's family didn't recognize either suspect but alameda county jail documents matched up with their names and arrest date. "we didn't know anything about her personal friends because she was very quiet." ramirez was found thursday brutally killed and left at an oakland park as seen in this video with our helicopter partnership with abc7. ella reports that laura rodgers is set to be arrainged on monday. curtis taylor's arraignment is set for tuesday. in the east bay. 8 people are recovering this morning after they were injured
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outside a downtown oakland nightclub, two men, aged 17 and 21, are in custody in connection with saturday morning's shooting. they were also wounded and are in stable condition. they other six people who were shot include four women and two men ranging from 17 to 28 years old. one is in criticial condition. officers say that a man walked up to the crowd and got into an argument before shots were fired. happening today. thousands of people are off and running in the golden gate half marathon in san francisco this morning. the thirteen mile run just started at aquatic park and ends at the marina green. and that's where we find kron four's averi harper. what's going on out there averi. >> averi: to people the the entire race for the last miles a push as hard as i could
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happening today. the golden gate half marathon is underway now in san francisco. thousands of people are particpating in the 13 mile run. the event just started, shortly after 7 this morning. the runners began in aquatic park and will get views of the golden gate bridge and alcatraz during the marathon. they go through the marina and presido as well. they finally finish at marina green. and of course, there's a festival after to celebrate. coming up next on kron four news weekend. donald trump rushed off the stage in reno. we'll explain what caused a scare at a rally. and it's been ten years since the silver and black have played this primetime game. how tonight's matchup against denver might be their biggest since the 2002 super bowl. plus. the holidays might have you reaching deep into your pockets. the shopping deals that can help you save money this holiday season.
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for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. major retailers have already started promoting black friday deals that you can get now. a national retail survey finds that holiday gift sales in november and december are expected to top 55 billion dollars this year. that means that each shopper will spend an average of 935 dollars during the holiday season. and major retailers are getting a head start in offering savings. walmart launched it's holiday gift guide. and amazon has a black friday deals store. the site will feature new deals every day -- sometimes every five minutes -- until december 22nd.
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if you haven't bought your thanksgiving airline tickets yet. don't wait any longer. fares are going to jump by four- dollars per day. but the good news is that airfare is not as expensive as it has been in years past. most of the top 15 busiest markets have cheaper airfares this year. to save money, experts suggest flying on days and times that are not popular. thanksgiving day is typically the cheapest day to fly. they also say flights with a layover are usually cheaper than non-stop flights. for the weekned. it's dog day afternoon in san francisco. check out the pet party and costume contest. it's happening at branna and delancey from 11:00 to 3:00. and it's free to attend. thanks for joining us. i'm marty ♪
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>> rebecca: and all four zones are on the bay and then one thing in common overcast conditions. keeping things cool run the bay area this morning in the warmer start verses what we saw yesterday morning. it returns to was later this evening. heading up for the
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sunday evening and then pretty comfortable current temperatures around the bay area mostly in the '60s and san mateo mountainview and and six see also in san francisco right now
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gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. decision 2016. a scary moment at a donald trump rally in nevada. two secret service agents ran on stage and took the republic candidate behind a curtain after it was believed someone in the crowd had a gun.
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rebecca strom is here with more on what happened. >> rebecca:it was a very intense situation in reno. here's what happened marty. first a scuffle broke out near the front of the audience. this as donald trump was rushed off the stage. it wasn't clear what happened at the moment. you can see people in the crowd scarmbling around as well. then there was a report that someone in the crowd had a gun. and that's when at least one man was carried away by police and secret service agents. they didn't find any type of gun on the man. one person in the crowd says he was shaken up during the commotion trump later returned to the stage, just minutes after. he thanked the secret service for protecticing him. law enforcement officials say the man won't be charged.
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marty, back to you. the candidates and their running mates are on an all out blitz this weekend. kron four's justine waldman reports that polls in florida shows the two nominees in a dead heat. >> reporter: no rest for either candidate today. nba star lebron james will be campaigning with hillary clinton in cleveland, ohio. and donald trump will be making his final stop in minnesota before the election. some people in santa clara county already have an early jump in voting. thousands of voters in palo alto waited in long lines to cast
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their vote on saturday. because of the many issues on the ballot, officals expect big crowds at polling stations november eighth. kron four spoke to early voters who said they were too anxious to wait until tuesday. ".busy on tuesday." you can find out where you can go to vote early. check out our website at kron four dot com. coming up next on kron four news weekend. the raiders are under bright lights for a showdown with denver. and the 49ers are coming off their bye week. the latest in bay area sports is coming up. for the weekned. it's the sailboat ride day in berkeley. get on a sailboat and enjoy the ride.
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it's happening at the cal sailing club from 1:00 to 4:00. and it's free to attend. the raiders biggest game in years. as they host the denver broncos at the coliseum in sunday night football. it's oakland first time on the sunday primetime stage in a decade. both teams are six and two on the season, tied for the top spot in the a-f-c west. this is the raiders best start to a season since 2001. derek carr is looking to carry momentum after he threw for a franchise record. five-hundred and thirteen yards last week in tampa. kick-off is set for 5:30 this evening. the 49ers are coming off their bye week and host the new orleans saints at levi's stadium. the red and gold haven't won a game since week one. colin kaepernick is expected to start at quarterback. running back carlos hyde is listed as questionable with a shoulder injury. new orleans is coming off a victory over the seahawks last week. drew brees is second in the league with 18 touchdowns on the year. kick-off is set for 1:05 from santa clara. the stanford cardinal defended home field saturday. beating oregon state 26-15. christian mccaferry ran for a 199 yards with a touchdown. stanford is now six and three on the season. the 5th ranked washington huskies kept their unbeaten season alive.
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the raiders biggest game in years. as they host the denver broncos at the coliseum in sunday night football.
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it's oakland first time on the sunday primetime stage in a decade. both teams are six and two on the season, tied for the top spot in the a-f-c west. this is the raiders best start to a season since 2001. derek carr is looking to carry momentum after he threw for a franchise record. five-hundred and thirteen yards last week in tampa. kick-off is set for 5:30 this evening. the 49ers are coming off their bye week and host the new orleans saints at levi's stadium. the red and gold haven't won a game since week one. colin kaepernick is expected to start at quarterback. running back carlos hyde is listed as questionable with a shoulder injury. new orleans is coming off a victory over the seahawks last week. drew brees is second in the league with 18 touchdowns on the year. kick-off is set for 1:05 from santa clara. the stanford cardinal defended home field saturday. beating oregon state 26-15. christian mccaferry ran for a 199 yards with a touchdown. stanford is now six and three on the season. the 5th ranked washington huskies kept their unbeaten season alive. dominating cal in berkeley 66- 27. huskies quarterback jake browning threw for 378 yards and had six touchdowns. the bears have now lost back to back games. and stand at 4 and 5. the sharks hosting sidney crosby and the penguins in a stanley cup final rematch. and sid the kid had his way with team teal saturday night. he scored two of pittsburgh's five goals. san jose was shut out. final score, 5 to nothing from the s-a-p center. the sharks have now lost three
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games in a row. coming up on kron four news weekend. stab wounds found on a body discovered in the north bay. what detectives are saying about the death. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the tweed ride in san francisco. enjoy the one of a kind bicycle event. put on your best tweed and get ready to ride and socialize. it's happening at dolores park and it starts at 11:00. the event is free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: and part of our forces on forecast camera beautiful buildings and right now like a said former starts paris yesterday and 54 nev. (and
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for san jose current temperatures mostly in the '60s are on the bay area already this morning. 61 percent jose and then as 63 concord said rosa still at the 59 degree mark. it will be sunny with cloud cover and thrust of the day mild temperatures and then the cloud cover continues from the 5:00 hour all in the afternoon hours. at lunch time temperatures 59 fairfield 70 conquered 6768 for oakland and then at 59 degrees for a word. the upper 60s plus 7071 for san jose. 69 for nevada 67 fort saturday. primarily and
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the north bay and dries out and then in to the low '70's and are on the day of her 60s along the coast and also it will be gorgeous lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures in the '70s in some spots. in the east bay:
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a newark man is arrested, accused of having sex with a minor. 29-year-old john graham was taken into custody after the minor's parents called police. graham is the co-owner of "finesse soccer academy" in newark. at this point, investigators think there is only one victim in this case. but they are continuing to look into the incident. another big story we are following this moring. authorities now say the body found just off the sonoma state campus died from multiple stab
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wounds. kirk kimberly was 1st reported missing on october 17th. a landscaper discovered kimberly's body in a shallow grave wednesday night. police say detectives believe kimberly was targeted by his killer or killers. adding that the murder was not connected with the university or it's students. kimberly was last seen leaving his home in cotati on a bicycle to visit a friend. decision 20-16. in oakland, mayor libby schaff and lt. governor gavin newsom hopped on bikes and took to the streets to promote measure k-k. kron 4's hermela aregawi explains the improvements this measure is promising to bring to the city. natsot oakland mayor libby schaff "we're going to get on those streets, on those beautiful bikes, right now."
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about two dozen oakland residents joined mayor libby schaff for bike ride this afternoon. schaff is championing measure kk - a 600 million dollar, 10 year proposal. more than half of which would be designated for rehabing roads. sot oakland mayor libby schaff in 10 years, instead of just a quarter of our streets being in decent condition, more than 70% of our streets can be safe, healthy and smooth. schaff invited cyclists of various ages to advocate for the measure with just a few days left to vote. sot when i leave my house, every curb i go up its a pothole, seeing the potholes getting fixed and there's a measure for that, i fully support that. proponents claim 150-million dollars would be used to upgrade public facilities like fire and police stations, libraries and parks. lt governor gavin newsom - also attended today's event - to support the measure. sot oakland has a unique opportunity to not only provide the kind of investment that's long overdue for streets, roads and sidewalks, but also for affordable housing to make oakland more affordable. the remaining 100 million dollars would go towards buying and protecting affordable housing. but the east bay rental housing association which represents landlords and property managers says proponents are using affordable housing as "bait" for an expensive infrastructure project that will fall on property owners. standup early this year the city conducted a survey and found 75 percent of responders said they would vote for this measure. but we couldn't find any outside polling. so we won't know until after tuesday how popular this measure really is.reporting in oakland, ha k4 news. and now with just a few days left until the 2016 election. we've seen an early voting movement this year that's completely reshaped the tradition election cycle. national correspondent chance seales is covering the campaigns up close. he has some insight on how early voting could impact the outcome. and the kron4 is your place for >> reporter: any last-minute decisions about sexual assault allegations might be too late for voters to change their minds about that. certain dilemma
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action hasn't as a christmas list as for the 3 d we'll take a closer look the matter to you. that's next week right here on kron4. san francisco's search for a new police chief appears to be nearing a conclusion. and current interim chief toney chaplin is one of those in the running. the full-time job has been open since greg suhr resigned in may. it is not clear who the finalists are. but reports indicate the police commission has narrowed the list. mayor ed lee will release the coming up on kron four news weekend. south bay. of fans at a bowling alley.
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for the weekned. it's dia de los muertos in redwood city. check out the live music, activities and food. it's happening at courthouse square from 5:00 to 9:00 this evening. and it's free to attend.
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steph curry is a two-time nba m- v-p. but he has other talents as well. kron four's spencer blake caught up with the warriors star guard who was in the south bay playing a different sport. you kind of have to yell at a bowling alley to be heard. saturday at san jose's brand-new bowlero, the screaming fans *almost drowned out the music. "we reached out to the currys because we were so excited to launch bowlero san jose, and what better than to launch it with the currys?" the bowling alley is the newly- renovated version of the old bowlmore center. but let's be honest - most of these people had their
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priorities set - currys first, bowling second. "you know what, they seemed really nice, real down to earth, i mean there were a lot of people around here and they were real nice to sign stuff like that. we were screaming out, 'steph curry! mvp!'" some of them got to *mix both of those priorities. "we were able to work with steph and ayesha to come out. they agreed to greet everybody, and we had 20 lucky winners bowl with them." lucky indeed. five thousand people had r-s-v- p'd to come to the event, but the bowling alley had to trim that list down considerably. and as luck would have it, most of the bowlers who got to join team steph and team ayeshawere kids. "i actually knocked down all of them. you got a strike? yeah. hey, way to go, man!" "i got a few pictures with him and an autograph. it was nice." everybody elsecrowded around, getting selfies, signatures, and smiles. in true steph curry fashion, he kept signing autographs well after his security detail prodded him along to leave. now bowlers here have a basketball-tint on their bowling game. "i just have to find the right ball for my wrist. i have small hands - i don't have steph curry hands." "and by the way, that bowling battle between husband and wife ended up with a win for team
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steph. i guess he's mvp in multiple sports. in san jose, spencer blake, kron four news." live look outside. from kirkwood. for the weekned. it's the free first sunday admission at the oakland museum. check out the art, history and natural science. it's happening at the oakland museum of california from 10:00 to 6:00. and it's free to attend today.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: lot of clout cover should be clearing out somebody conditions there the day and the afternoon hours but a lot of cameras overlooking berkeley east bay's tony agency overcasts continuing here and temperatures look like this amount use 59 in san jose at 52 and 59 and 67 fell. then today if the east bay mostly in the '60s 67 all for
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san ramon and also of livermore. campbell said clara later this afternoon. san francisco peninsula highs like this 54 san francisco 53 routes and then across the peninsula the heights today 67 and sam zell and hammond bay pacific thought he space zonds looks like this petaluma the bottle can and then at 54 percent fell 70 for one country 77 for vallejo and 70 degrees expected for fairfield later today. rain chances you can see might even have a it's a
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chance on friday and sell then mostly sunny conditions and then force '70s. officers consummate their young girl short time later jeff pierce has a family story police arrested matthew smith
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for driving drunk with his three-year-old daughter in the car. officers responded to reports of a car crash at linda mar boulevard and peralta way. a witness described a silver honda sedan leaving the scene. officers found smith and the young girl a short time later. smith is facing charges of suspicion of d-u-i , child endangerment and hit-and-run. the child was not injured in the crash. in bay area news. a fairfield family is suing an ambulance company after a medic posted a picture on social media of their son's injuries following a motorcycle crash kron4's jeff pierce has the story. keyano fiel is a raiders fan who argues with his father about this weekend's game. i think c j anderson is going to run all over your defense. keyano suffered life threatening injuries in a motorcycle accident in march that left him severely brain damaged and an amputated leg. while the family struggles with the challenges he faces they are now addressing another pain that was inflicted upon them when a medic in the ambulance posted a picture on social media as he was being transported to the hospital. my son's mangled leg was posted on social media. it was that picture that family members first learned about the severity of keyano's injuries. it was a picture of his leg and half of it was gone and you could see the rest of his leg, just the bone everything and i don't want to see that and i don't think anybody would want to see that or anybody that knew him. but it was the nature of the posts the medic added to accompany the image that has outraged the family. once the door closes your ass is mine. i believe there was one that said the louder you scream the faster we'll go. there's four or five other ones that i just choose not to say them. it has left the parents questioning the care that might have been given their son. taking the time to take a picture, think of these hashtags and post it, to me as a parent what were you doing to help my son. the family has filed a lawsuit against the ambulance service that transported keyano.
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this was something we wanted to make aware, that it's not ok, we didn't want other families to go through it. for now they remind keyano what his high school football coach always told him. everyday and every way you get better and better. in fairfield jeff pierce kron four news. in bay area news. a u-s-f nursing student is facing child pornography charges. 20-year-old sam kerfoot was arrested on campus. police say kerfoot was uploading and storing hundreds of images. several media storage devices were taken from kerfoot's dorm room.
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the investigation is ongoing. in california news. the woman who drowned in the russian river has now been identified. 69-year-old heide boley went missing friday after her canoe overturned. the two other passengers made it to shore safely. the sheriff's helicopter located boley's body. she was pronounced dead at the scene. officials say boley was wearing a life jacket. in national news. police say a south carolina man accused of keeping a woman chained in a storage container also admitted to killing at least four people. officers say they found kala brown, "chained up like a dog" inside a shipping container. investigators also found a body in the same property believed to be brown's boyfriend, charles carver. brown, and carver, disappeared more than two months ago. todd kohlhepp, a registered sex offender, owns the property. police say it is possible that other bodies will be uncovered.
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in world news. violent crowds clashed with police in italy.over a constitutional referendum set for next month. thousands attacked police in florence with bats, cobblestones , and other objects. all in order to reach a building where the prime minister of italy was holding a meeting. citizens involved in the clash are among a larger group anti- government protesters who are strongly against the referendum. which they say will lead to a government centralization of power. the referendum is set for december 4th. for the weekned. it's kundalini yoga in san francisco. enjoy the yoga flash class under the sky. it's happening at dolores park and starts at 11:00. and it's free to attend.
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san jose's culinary chops are coming to the surface. a little family-owned restaurant has just received that city's first ever michelin star! and kron 4's vicki liviakis gives us a tour. >> reporter:imagine getting the call. you've just been awarded the food world's holy grail. the mighty michelin star. it's a fairy tale story - not only for adega - the family- owned restaurant that just opened less than a year ago by chefs david costa, jessica carreira and her folks. but this is san jose's very first michelin star. and why not? adega which means wine cellar.is in san jose's little portugal neighborhood not far from where jessica grew up.
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the menu includes some homespun portuguese dishes - with a twist. dishes like octopus. the good news - local diners are eating it up. the bad news - with all this new found fame - put in your rezzies now for a table in 2017. in san jose vicki liviakis kron 4 news. bart, homer, lisa, maggie and marge simpson along with the rest of the simpsons cast will now be apart of the record books. that's because the hit animated series has been renewed for another season. the simpsons will now be
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entering its 30th season. when you add it all up, homer and family will reach a total of 669 episodes. yeah, you heard that right. nearly 700 episodes of the simpsons. that will beat the previous record for a t-v show which was set by "gunsmoke." that show aired 635 episodes. it may be hard to believe, but the simpsons started back in 1989. and the rest as they say is history. the next time you visit the most magical place on earth, you will see something different in the sky. that's because drones are now allowed to be flown at disney theme parks in california and florida. the f-a-a has issued a four-year waiver allowing the flying of drones. but without strict enforcement of park drone rules, the waiver could be cancelled at anytime. the newly approved waiver says, the devices can now be flown during the day and night. only by approved park staff. as long as the operator has a remote pilot certificate. and if you're thinking of brining your drone, well, don't. the drone waiver does not apply to park customers. ap-us--disney-dronesfaa gives
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