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good morning and welcome to the kron 4 morning news... i'm marty gonzalez. >> marty: good morning and welcome to the kron 4 morning news. i'm marty gonzalez. here is a live look at our kron 4 radar. and as you can see rain is the big story today. and we will be getting plenty of it this weekend all over the bay area. here is a live look outside at our bridges. as you can see roads are wet everywhere. and driving conditions will be slick anywhere you go. and our team coverage of the storm continues now in the east bay.
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that's where we find kron 4's hermela aregawi she's live in walnut creek tracking the conditions out there. >> rebecca: storm has been moving in from the south and verse of how to clean does moving in from the north like this. and the time. as atmospheric river plaza across the bay area and again the heavy rains and the north bay. patched and the south bay where it's been going really heavily. >> reporter: weathering continues here is a notion you can see a lot of moisture still to come. and then a new system that will bring more wins, tomorrow it looks like but today expect as well as to be with us. but basically covers the entire bay. a class of those numbers san jose flores. possible flash
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flood watch all over. and strong winds return. hot and then more
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in on the board here. and into tomorrow. hermela, looks like it's raining pretty good out there. >> reporter: and top of a flood drain palms now malfunctioned this day spa what a few businesses suffer tens of thousands of dollars the
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restaurant was also flooded. now they're hoping it doesn't happen again. kron four's ella sogomonian shows us the steps being taking. just in case the water starts rising. "it just flooded right underneath these doors." gary champagne recounts a flood that damaged his family's salon
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in tiburon two years ago. gary champagne, champagne salon and day spa "we had to open up and do the reflooring when customers were coming in to do pedicures and facials and stuff. they want a nice tranquil environment and you got contractors in here working and stuff." on top of the flood - drain pumps malfunctioned so the champagne salon and spa was one of a few businesses inside the cove shopping center that suffered tens of thousands of dollars in water damage. "if the doors are closed no money is coming in." next door the milano restaurant was also flooded and forced to cut out the carpeting which was among the many things ruined by the rain. roger milano, milano restaurant owner "we lost equipment because the water reached 6 inches we lost equipment and the carpet." friday both businesses stacked sandbags outside their doors in preparation for yet another rain storm set to hit the bay area this weekend with at least 2 inches of rain satruday and three inches sunday. neighbors in the area are concerned the heavy rain could damage their homes. robert miller, tiburon resident "we've had our creek in the backyard overflow its banks when we got a torrential downpour and so we're really worried about that this time again." but others who live atop the hills aren't worried to leat mother nature take it's course. "i got two four wheel drives you've just got to learn to batten up the hatches and live with it." breaking overnight. police are looking a man who they believe killed one person and stabbed another in berkeley. officials have identified him as 24 year old pablo gomez of north hollywood. >> marty:it all began at about midnight last night on the 26 hundred block of ridge road. that's where officers found a woman who was seriously injured. she was taken to the hospital where she is currently in stable condition. police found evidence of a violent crime on the 2400 block of ashby avenue. then, police found the body of an unidentified person. gomez is described as a hispanic man, 5 feet 6 inches tall, 110 pounds and with brown hair and brown eyes.
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police consider gomez to be armed and dangerous. more breaking news. police are searching for the man who shot a 17 year old boy in santa rosa. it all happened at about 3:30 yesterday in the area of the newhall bicycle path near temple avenue. that's when police say the gunman approached the victim with a handgun and shot him. hitting him in the elbow. the gunman then ran off and drove away in an unknown sedean type car. the victim sustained non life threatening injuries. his name is unknown. and more breaking news out of the north bay.
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police are looking for another gunman who shot a 24 year old man in santa rosa. it happened just before 8 on the 21 hundred block of jennings avenue. the victim was shot in the abdomen and suffered non life threatening injuries. police believe the shooting may have been gang realted. and breaking news we're following out of vallejo. firefighters are at the scene of a house fire. here is video from the scene. it happened around 5:00 this morning on the 900 block of tobin drive. no word yet on any injuries. we'll keep you updated throughout the morning. and if you might be driving this weekend when the rain is expected to flood some roadways. the national weather service has some tips for driving in the rain. first they want you to know that just 12 inches of water is enough to carry away a small car and >> marty:18 inches is enough to carry away most cars including large s-u-v's. they also say it is impossible to tell the depth of water covering a roadway or the condition of the rod below. the say if you see large puddles on the roads. do not drive through them. turn around. and here are a few thngs the national weather service reccomends you do have ready for this weekend's storm. have a communications plan and have a specific person identified in case something happens. assemble an emergency kit that has plenty of food, water and medicine on hand for at least 3 days. know if your home, business or school is at risk for flooding and prepare accordingly. and sign up for notifications to stay informed about local weather conditions. and speaking of signing up for notificaitons. make sure you have the free kron-4 mobile app to track the rain this week. be the first to know about severe traffic and weather in your area. we'll keep you updated through breaking news push alerts. and be sure to tune into kron 4 morning news tomorrow morning for full and complete team
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coverage of the storm. the news starts at 7 am. still ahead on kron four news weekend. what we're learning this morning about the suspect in the deadly florida airport attack. and what was his motivation for opening fire in the terminal. plus the warriors go to the
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fourth quarter with another big lead. we'll let you know if steph curry and company held on to win. and up next. continuing our coverage of the massive bay area storm. how some cities around the bay area are preparing for the wet weater.
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surroundings. and never turn your back to the ocean. public works crew >> marty:on the peninsula. the city of pacifica has closed its pier because of the incoming storm. the city announcing that the pier at sharp park closed at 10 last night. high winds and high tides are expected to pound the coastline. making for very treacherous conditions. city officials remind people to pay attention to your surroundings. and never turn your back to the ocean. public works crews say they will re-evaluate the status of the pier on monday and decide if it is safe to reopen. live look outside. richmond bridge periods of mainly light rain today with gusty southerly winds as the first wave of moisture moves onshore. some areas may see a lull in activity this afternoon before the main rain event moves over the area this evening and then overnight into sunday with periods of heavy rain. rain will slowly taper from north to south by early monday moring. showers linger on monday with cooler temperatures before warm advection rains start monday night into tuesda as the next rain storm moves onshore. the tuesday system will be colder and not as wet as the weekend system. pattern remains active with another system possible by late in the week.
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bet and then could moderate range. and then extends up to a good portion of the south bay with all this as a promotion would mention earlier. little did a great mighty happening upstream from models here. going from the south monterey intense rainfall hit evening hours and comparatively speaking in the north bay still and still not quite the intensity they sought
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to solve yet. and this is tomorrow morning. when we spoke of earlier in and going across the bit greater bay area. and perhaps in the afternoon evening hours. until mooring perhaps in the winds. and that will be until 4 clocker so the set and an. 21 going for livermore. by
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tomorrow around the noon hour so we of intense winds going on and problematic trees falling ruble and tom. this what may be a very bad sign after all the rain we're talking about. plan a and cloudy skies. a little bit of a bridge where talking about still very optimistic turning on and off the rain for parts the bay area temporarily.
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>> marty: the suspect identified as of also learning the fbi had also been in contact with on its seattle before the shooting >> reporter:a gunman opened fire friday afternoon in a busy florida airport, sending people scrambling for cover. by the time the bullets stopped, five people were killed, and many more wounded. voice of: mark lea/ witness:i was just continuing watching
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where he's shooting and where he's going and try to stay out of the line of fire to try and keep people safe. authorities say the shooter who's now in custody.esteban santiago. opened fire using a gun he had checked in his luggage.. he was traveling from
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alaska. he had packed nothing else. just a gun case. according to an army national guard official.santiago left the alaska army national guard in august after serving almost two years. law enforcement officials say
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all depends on how that quarterback tomorrow. 135 is the kickoff the winner of your project more than likely would go to new england played tom brady and the patriots the white team in the nfl epson not have a player receives a single vote for the all-pro team traders represented in three spots ahead the first team working on the second squad. george and oat position at the last few years he's been an assistant general manager and the 49ers flew to a glance up at a sit-down with the offensive coordinator son of mike shanahan that in going to
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oppose having the fellows come in here he still the playoffs. and talent scout rick good for him keeping his word continues to donate money this off-season carry $100,000 going to the group in chicago. >> gary: >> reporter: patches of heavy rain much tougher winds tomorrow we have your forecast, on morning news continues.
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>> marty: take a look at our bridges from the day as he concedes very consistent and
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they are at all what, the careful as you the roadways. meteorologist dave tells what's expected to fall brought the day. >> reporter: on top of everything what we're getting today comes a dose of heavier rain on balance tomorrow coupled with winds that were as well the rain premature covering the entire bay good moderate rental patches here and there of yellow that's easily more intensity. and then higher elevations hooking its round about hamilton. and that tends to produce heavier rain at having their locally to appoint a wind gust we have as well in the east bay shoreline over 20 on our winds are on 37 san jose
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at 27 see up there and that up. upstream little bit upset the market some breaks in the north bay for this afternoon sit in terms of the north brae getting rain. the south bay and other does come your way this afternoon. when the weather at this is for the features on to one this afternoon covering parameter 20 $31 wens. 45 for all that. winter weather at a high wind warning. wind gusts of the 60 with all this. and problems we have looking up toward the way as we speak. no problems of oakland san jose.
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>> marty: alerts and tune in on the weekends smarm morning we have complete continuing coverage of the storms starting at 7:00 a.m.. a man who allegedly dragline off a vote bartram appeared in court friday police say that the 27 year-old as a homeless man who was already on probation for prior sexual offenses and stabs the scope. after holiday work
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party and then police say foster dragger quarter mile away and raped her. the police said they found evidence against foster. >> marty: a man who was uploading child pornography the tube was a dress is how the mesh neighbor. and there are the source the a conte identify joe to phi also travel 59-year-old gerard jones was
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arrested near his home in the mission bay neighborhood. investigators say they were able to trace the source of the uploaded content. and identified jones as the suspect. they say they found hundreds of files on digital media. they are also looking into whether he traveled to london, england and had some sort of sexual contact with a child there. bart cleared up an electrical problem that stalled one of it's trains for two hours yesterday. nearly a thousand people found themselves stuck on the train at the west oakland station. this all happened during commute hours friday morning, >> marty:that caused passengers to be late for work and started a domino effect leaving riders stuck. footage from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c news shows that disabled train. bart officials say they are launching an effort to rebuild the system with voter approved money to help end these problems. breakdown terisa's stuff on the bart problem this morning. she fed in the raw. bcn16:regional: update: bart service resumes into sf after broken train cleared from west oakland station bcn16 -update on advisory bart service has resumed into san francisco this morning after a disabled bart train was cleared from tracks at the west oakland station but the broken train caused severe delays throughout the system this morning, bart officials said. the train became disabled on the san francisco-bound tracks at about 7:20 a.m., bart spokesman jim allison said. it was headed to san francisco international airport. bart service into san francisco was halted. it took until nearly 9 a.m. to clear the disabled train from th tracks and resume service on both tracks through the transbay tube, allison said. allison didn't immediately know what caused the train to become disabled. happening now. the san francisco police union is saying the change of the recent use of force policy is partially to blame for an officer involved shooting. the shooting happened around 4:00 in the morning friday when officers responded to a dispute between neighbors who live in the ocean view nieghborhood. police say a confrontation lead to officers shooting the suspect after two of them sustained injuries. the police officers union says officers were forced to shoot the suspect because the city's
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new policy bans use of the carotid neck restraint. leaving them no other options police comissioner joe marshall says he still stands by the policy changes which were passed unanimously. in the east bay. 14-people are displaced from their homes this morning after a fire at their apartment complex. firefighters say a blanket was lying too close to a heater and burst into flames. it happened early friday morning at an apartment building on harrison street in oakland. crews were able to rescue multiple people from the building no serious injuries were reported. fire officials are warning people to keep heated blankets and space heaters in safe locations. also to check your smoke detector batteries for safety. >> marty:still ahead on kron four news weekend. what we're learning this morning about the torture of a special needs teenager in chicago and the suspects. next.
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live look outside. san mateo bridge. a story that's reciving national attention this morning. the four suspects accused of torturing a special needs teen in chicago appears in court. all of them were denied bail yesterday. all of them were denied bail yesterday. honey, what are you doing? watching a cow... what's it doing? impressions! power up your morning with a new 300 calorie egg white grill. only at chick-fil-a. çáááon camáááñ a story
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that's reciving national attention this morning... the four suspects >> marty:they were also ordered by the judge to be held on hate crime, kidnapping, and battery charges. and as investigators dig deeper into the case, they have learned that one of those suspects was in contact with the victims mother. and demanded she pay them 300- dollars, this all while her son
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was being tortured. * *5 seconds * according to police.the suspects forced him to drink toilet water and kiss the ground. the teen was also tied and beaten. family members of the victim say he is doing -quote- "as well as he could be at this time." they are asking for privacy while the family begins to cope and heal.
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and the storm that's expected to hit this weekend has led to the closure of all roads leading into yosemite. there will be no visitor services through the storm and park guests will have limited access. >> reporter: 1 the plans within driving home from the south the peninsula's east bay and before finally falling in late last night in the the north bay bercy higher rainfall totals also looking at wins and we see during breaking up just a little bit.
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>> reporter: wind warnings in effect until 1 tomorrow morning. bubbling up from the south magnets over the east cape peninsula. we overnight smarm morning there is the intense rain already on saturated ground-swell we have the flash flood watch for everyone all this weekend.
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>> reporter: but a break heading our way. >> marty:a few of the campgrounds will remain open as will some of the guest cottages. many of the businesses around the park are expected to remain open but that could change. the bay area is not the only place that is expecting severe weather this weekend.
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the sierra is also expected to be hit with large amounts of snow as well. and people in the area are concerned as well. ali wolf has the details. >> reporter:a serene setting at the truckee river. a thick blanket of snow lines the icy water. it's calm now. but things are expected to change drastically come saturday. darlene fredrick's is monitoring the river from her front door. darlene fredricks/truckee resident:
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"this snow is hard as rock right now" water surrounded fredrick's home in the 1997 floods. she had to leave in a hurry. darlene fredricks/truckee resident:
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"last time my husband had to take us in his bucket of his vehicle" this time she's prepared. she got a warning call from the placer county sheriff's department. sgt. dave hunt/placer county sheriff's office: "we have warned a few of the residents that are in the probable danger of flooding including having our deputies go by and putting out warnings at each of the houses on the truckee river"
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no evacuation orders yet. says sgt dave hunt. but if the predictions hold true. people may need to get out on their own. rescue crews could get tied up. sgt. dave hunt/placer county sheriff's office: "if they believe their area is gonna flood and rver is rising its time to get out instead of waiting for a rescuer to try and get you out because they may no be able to get to you in the amount of time with other+ rescues that may be going on" the sheriff's department has search and rescue and dive teams on standby. to help those trapped on the land or in water. ali wolf/reporting: "here at the rainbow lodge they're trying to prevent flooding from the river by pushing the snow and essentially building a barrier to block the water" randy kure/rainbow lodge manager: "well push the snow up aginst towards the highway, up against towards the river bank so its just like a big snow damn" this was what happened to the rainbow lodge in soda springs during a storm last month. the basement flooded with rushing water from the south yuba river. randy kure/rainbow lodge manager: "the river will be where were standing thats how high it will be" this time, general manager randy kure is hoping the hard packed "sierra cement" will protect the lodge.
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from potential flood damage. bracing for a storm expected to create the highest river levels in over a decade. in the south bay. a bridge that leads in and out of a morgan hill campground and several campers are at risk ahead of this coming storm. it led to dozens of campers to head for higher ground yesterday. people who live in morgan hill say the uvas river is likely to overflow. and there is only one bridge leading in and out of the campground. they also say is at risk of flooding or even failing. people will not be allowed back to the campground until mid- january some businesses in the north bay are bracing for flooding. two years ago, parts of downtown tiburon were inudated with water. now they're hoping it doesn't happen again. kron four's ella sogomonian shows us the steps being taking. just in case the water starts rising. the deaths occurred in monterey, solano and napa counties. officials are urging people to get their flu shots. they say it's not too late to in addition to the vaccine, health officials say cover your they also say avoid touching your face and wash your hands as often as possible. live look outside. san francisco
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>> marty:welcome back to kron four news weekend. we're tracking the storm hitting the bay area. here's a live look at our radar. dave spahr is here to take a look at what we can expect. periods of mainly light rain today with gusty southerly winds as the first wave of moisture moves onshore. some areas may see a lull in activity this afternoon before the main rain event moves over the area this evening and then overnight into sunday with periods of heavy rain. rain will slowly taper from north to south by early monday morning. showers linger on monday with cooler temperatures before warm advection rains start p monday night into tuesday as the next rain storm moves onshore. the tuesday system will be colder and not as wet as the weekend system. pattern remains active with another system possible by late in the week. take a look at this. vice president biden is leaving his mark -- on a historic desk drawer. >> marty:with just two weeks left in office, he signed the desk in the eisenhower executive office building. he's following in the footsteps of vice presidents walter mondale, nelson rockefeller, george h-w bush, dan quayle, al gore and dick cheney -- who also signed the drawer. presidents truman and eisenhower also left their autographs on it. the vice president's office says the desk is one of only four desks ever to have been used in the oval office. and it was damaged but survived the west wing fire on christmas eve 1929. >> marty: and top of the moving
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patrol car modern-day cattle rustling to haute and everybody was safe with it that. >> marty: the collection sarraute his clutch and the north baker. >> reporter: 20 of colder air,
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hamilton you can get some snow up there too. we will see a cold front goalie doug the south right now a seasonal falls too low yet because of a source of this is somewhat tropical you will feel this by tomorrow if it carries with the high winds and we're talking about for tomorrow when the today that when it buys recovers the perimeter of the bay and over in the north bay hills east bay hills as well >> reporter:. and see the nice note all happening and that of course happening at least take all this began unfortunately travel will be winds are right now. in see double digits most of the bay and ends have been
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based and i suspect these will pretty much told the next weaker so. in the we will have more statements looking ahead rain heh *. rain heavy at times. heavy rain flooding possible. coupled with all this madness we also have stronger winds we were showing it and we continue to show all this morning that may pose problems. also little bit of a break in the rain returns by mid week. this is little but the break that we're talking about. more on your forecast
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>> marty: kron 4 morning news. i'm marty gonzalez. here is a live look at our kron 4 radar. and as you can see rain is the big story today. and we will be getting plenty of it this weekend all over the bay area. here is a live look outside at our bridges. as you can see roads are wet everywhere. and drivingconditions will be slick anywhere you go. and our team coverage of the storm continues now in the east bay.
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>> reporter: alyssa the no. 8 lost part in an redeveloping late this afternoon in a self bailout shot for us here the brakes so we're talking about. some modern rainshowers particularly down the south bay. and then more intensity with all of that watch flooding in the and also some very vulnerable areas for that going on we are hearing reports about all that this weekend as we add to everything we will get just today. and turns of this intense rain awful lot before you in the afternoon before discuss late this afternoon and this evening.
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and the observatory for you can see the fog and rain going in its performance there look at the area wins as we speak about 24 out of oakland for example 29 for half a and a 24 month view san jose at 29. a the north bay readings double digits that everywhere nevada serosa comparatively speaking a mild and then when the conditions heavy rain and flooding possible tomorrow because the original be more intense. police suspect that the national the service's waiting to get past today to let everyone know what will happen tomorrow. the next week in the early part of a week until the rain comes back again by nude fat. that's where we find kron
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4's hermela aregawi she's live in walnut creek tracking the conditions out there. >> reporter: and it is obsessed we do have to be very careful with the major across both directions this morning. a
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couple of times we were kind of aging. be careful make shirt the cars study. when the chp your reminding you this morning begun to italy's year. occasionally a little easier. and chp officers will be out looking for drivers to help and distracted drivers it can prevent the accidents out here for the next few hours. keeping an eye on the road conditions. i suggest not to be on the road to fuel have soup. and we will have updates for you. thanks hermela we'll check back in with you in about 30 minutes. >> marty:some businesses in the
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north bay are bracing for flooding. two years ago, parts of downtown tiburon were inudated with water. now they're hoping it doesn't happen again. kron four's ella sogomonian shows us the steps being taking. just in case the water starts rising. neighbors in the area are concerned the heavy rain could breaking overnight. here is video from the scene. some tips for driving in the rain. first they want you to know that just 12 inches of water is enough to carry away a small car and 18 inches is enough to carry away most cars including large s-u-v's. they also say it is impossible to tell the depth of water covering a roadway or the condition of the rod below. the say if you see large puddles on the roads. do not drive through them. turn around. and here are a few things the national weather service
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reccomends you do have ready for this weekend's storm. have a communications plan and have a specific person identified in case something happens. assemble an emergency kit that has plenty of food, water and medicine on hand for at least 3 days. know if your home, business or school is at risk for flooding and prepare accordingly. and sign up for notifications to stay informed about local weather conditions. and speaking of signing up for notificaitons. make sure you have the free kron-4 mobile app to track the rain this week. be the first to know about severe traffic and weather in your area. we'll keep you updated through breaking news push alerts. and be sure to tune into kron 4 morning news tomorrow morning for full and complete team coverage of the storm. the news starts at 7 am. still ahead on kron four news weekend. p what we're learning this morning about the suspect in the deadly florida airport attack. and what was his motivation for opening fire in the terminal. >> marty: then found evidence of violent crime that occurred in the 24 are under lock-beatitude they found a body identified gomez is described as a hispanic man five-foot attend. with brown
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hair brown eyes and pleased to consider him to be armed and dangerous. >> marty: looking for a 17 year- old boy that was shot and then rosa happened at that left new holes to bicycle path that some police say a gunman approached the victim and had a handgun and shot him in the head of an elbow gunman then ran off drove away in an on known sedan type of car he sustained in on life- threatening injuries name has not yet been released. >> marty: happened before and a clock, 2400 block of ginnie zing avenue shot in the abdomen and was given not life-threatening injuries. this may of been being related. >> marty: alcoholics fire in vallejo this is a video from the scene earlier this morning the fire broke out at 5:00 this
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morning at the 900 block of tobin drive in vallejo. no word on any injuries or damage to the home. we continue to update the story struck the money for you. and still had what where are learning about the deadly florida attack and what was motivation for opening fire inside the terminal yesterday. and another big lead or they will hold it coming up.
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on the peninsula. the city of pacifica has closed its pier because of the incoming storm. the city announcing that the pier at sharp park closed at 10 last night. high winds and high tides are expected to pound the coastline. making for very treacherous conditions. city officials remind people to pay attention to your surroundings. and never turn your back to the ocean. public works crews say they will re-evaluate the status of the pier on monday and decide if it is safe to reopen. live look outside. richmond bridge periods of mainly light rain today with gusty southerly winds as the first wave of moisture moves onshore. some areas may see a lull in activity this afternoon before the main rain event moves over the area this evening and then overnight into sunday with periods of heavy rain. rain will slowly taper from north to south by early monday morning. showers linger on monday with cooler temperatures before warm advection rains start monday night into tuesday as the next rain storm moves onshore. the tuesday system will be colder and not as wet as the weekend system. pattern remains active with another system possible by late in the week.
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çáááliveáááñ live look outside... richmond bridge >> reporter: we're getting older
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or break it starting to development intense rainfall there as well a little bit of a snapshot. and the thing about this is that's bubbling up from the south. olympus and the motion. at the very end of this loop and this is the break even the research since iran's intense rainfall didn't see a lot yellows. intense rain yet to come to the north as you notice >> reporter: like to the north bay it's getting its dosing of
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the frigates closer and this will be driving winds. intense rain across the bay area including the north bay and the overnight and maybe monday morning commute the net returns little bit for parts of a base for monday looks like. here the wins today's story had doesn't look to be as impressive 0 happen tomorrow. high wind warnings for the hills. dallas got to tomorrow morning coverage at the noon hour this will be coupled with heavy rain. in dealing with something that's somewhat you what might recall
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with higher winds at work. coupled at sfo. and then a these delays of ought to two hours meanwhile oakland san jose no delays to report the next eight hours or a net book may be getting about a break comparatively speaking by noon and the afternoon with scattered showers offend temperatures in the upper 50s to put this all together and let you more about the winds coming up in just a bit. also learning more details on santiago officials mousing fbi had been in contact with him before the shooting.
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>> reporter:a gunman opened fire friday afternoon in a busy florida airport, sending people scrambling for cover. by the time the bullets stopped, five people were killed, and many more wounded. voice of: mark lea/ witness:i was just continuing watching where he's shooting and where he's going and try to stay out of the line of fire to try and keep people safe. authorities say the shooter who's now in custody.esteban santiago. opened fire using a gun he had checked in his luggage.. he was traveling from alaska. he had packed nothing else. just a gun case. according to an army national guard official.santiago left the alaska army national guard in august after serving almost two years. law enforcement officials say santiago showed up at an fbi office in anchorage several months ago. and told them an intelligence agency was telling him to watch isis videos. and authorities say they have not ruled out terrorism as a motive.
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president obama says he is heartbroken over the attack, and has offered help to local authorities. obama: i just want to say how heartbroken we are for the families that have been affected. these kinds of tragedies have happened too often during the eight years i've been president.i think we'll find out over the next 24 hours how this happened and what motivated this individual." from fort lauderdale, i'm scott mclean >> marty:and airports across the country, including here in the bay area have been monitoring those events in florida. several flights which were supposed to travel from fort lauderdale to s-f-o friday were cancelled. the airport is also telling travelers that they can now expect to see heightened security at all terminals. live look at yosemite. the park is closed this weekend because of weather. it's the first time in 20 years that the roads to the park have been closed due to weather. live look outside. golden gate bridge. here is a live look at our kron 4 radar. and as you can see rain is the big story today. and we will be getting plenty of it this weekend all over the bay area. here is a live look outside at our bridges. as you can see roads are wet everywhere. and driving conditions will be
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slick anywhere you go. + and today's storm is expected to bring heavy rain, high winds and possible flooding. with the heaviest rain being expected tonight into sunday. but we got you covered with team coverage of the storm.
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>> gary: 24 point lead and then fly happens in he rego the first half and half of their third quarter just rolling and he hit and iran had good-night's to get their courage on his way to 40. evening. they deliver 27 points and 14 rebounds but and had a free throw down the stretch in the third though everybody's ready to go home. back from 24 down and went calmly hit this jumper they're going to overtime. dream on its steel and at troy daniels is going to deliver here memphis wins him a note see 128119. the big offensive linemen helps protect
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the quarterback and ruled out with a knee injury. kiev one of the better offensive linemen and of course the quarterback not ready did go. it all depends on how the young quarterback plays for jack del rio tomorrow. a 135 is the kickoff >> gary: the 49ers' only team in the nfl to not have a player receive a single vote for the all-pro team and the first teamers: the second sex squad. and the last few years he has been an assistant general manager minnesota vikings and
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the last hour, san jose international airport is
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dealing with an aiport wide power outage. that forced officials to use generators to restore power to some of its services. officials say the terminals have limited power. currently all gates have power and are working. some ticket counters have >> marty: expect some delays because of a power outage. and give you look up a storm tracker radar.
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>> reporter: and sfo looking ahead to our delight weather- related with all this. has sought the situation all over the bay this contractor already seeing a break happening in the rain as we were talking about giving us a breather this morning and hence the not quite what we're getting later on men sit on down the south bay high elevations getting some that rainfall happening here as of that animated for you composite you see here you can see there was a break that does happen with the sun may even caught a little bit and then that hemispheric river is still there sending more rain to the south daily this afternoon when dozen but double digits 39 san jose 29 from b of esoterism for the wind
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advisory and high wind warning issued here and then discovers the perimeter of the day downtown san francisco 45 may cause travel problems additionally with the windy weather high wind warning or the purple's art and this is the no. 8 to 1 this afternoon and 4:00 a.m. on so sunday the due to high winds of the hills and east bay in the south bay wins can get the 56 to oppose this. no delays, of oakland san jose we did today but the problem failure by a power failure for asset phot delays over two hours with all this going on. the next three days rain tomorrow reagan's monday it looks like pat and just a little bit for us before firing back it
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looks like on wednesday. >> marty:make sure you have the free kron-4 mobile app to track the rain this week. be the first to know about severe traffic and weather in your area. we'll keep you updated through breaking news push alerts. and be sure to tune into kron 4 morning news tomorrow morning for full and complete team coverage of the storm. the news starts at 7 am. >> marty:in the east bay. a man who allegedly dragged a woman off a bart train and raped her appeared in court. police say 27-year-old mieni foster is a homeless man who was already on supervised probation. for prior sexual offenses in san francisco. the alleged attack happened the week before christmas. police say the victim got on a bart train after a holiday work party.
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and that foster forced her off the train in san leandro. then police say foster dragged her a quarter of mile away then brutally raped her. police say they have found evidence against foster. foster faces multiple charges in this case including kidnapping with the intent to commit sexual assault. if convicted he could face life without parole. san francisco police arrested a man who they say was uploading child pornography to youtube. 59-year-old gerard jones was arrested near his home in the mission bay neighborhood.
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investigators say they were able to trace the source of the uploaded content. and identified jones as the suspect. they say they found hundreds of files on digital media. they are also looking into whether he traveled to london, england and had some sort of sexual contact with a child there. bart cleared up an electrical problem that stalled one of it's trains for two hours yesterday. nearly a thousand people found themselves stuck on the train at the west oakland station. this all happened during commute hours friday morning, that caused passengers to be late for work and started a domino effect leaving riders stuck. footage from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c news shows that disabled train. bart officials say they are launching an effort to rebuild the system with voter approved money to help end these problems. breakdown terisa's stuff on the bart problem this morning. she fed in the raw. suspect after two of them sustained injuries. broken train cleared from west oakland station bcn16 -update on advisory bart service has resumed into san francisco this morning after a disabled bart train was cleared from tracks at the west oakland station but the broken train caused severe
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delays throughout the system this morning, bart officials said. the train became disabled on the san francisco-bound tracks at about 7:20 a.m., bart spokesman jim allison said. it was headed to san francisco international airport. bart service into san francisco was halted. it took until nearly 9 a.m. to clear the disabled train from the tracks and resume service on both tracks through the transbay tube, allison said. allison didn't immediately know what caused the train to become disabled. happening now. the san francisco police union is saying the change of the recent use of force policy is partially to blame for an officer involved shooting. the shooting happened around 4:00 in the morning friday when officers responded to a dispute between neighbors who live in the ocean view nieghborhood. police say a confrontation lead to officers shooting the suspect after two of them sustained injuries. the police officers union says officers were forced to shoot the suspect because the city's new policy bans use of the carotid neck restraint. leaving them no other options police comissioner joe marshall says he still stands by the policy changes which were passed unanimously. in the east bay. 14-people are displaced from their homes this morning after a fire at their apartment complex. lying too close to a heater and burst into flames. it happened early friday morning at an apartment building on harrison street in oakland. crews were able to rescue multiple people from the building no serious injuries were
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reported. fire officials are warning people to keep heated blankets and space heaters in safe locations. also to check your smoke detector batteries for safety. still ahead on kron four news weekend. what we're learning this morning about the torture of a special needs teenager in chicago and the suspects. next. live look outside. san mateo bridge. a story that's reciving national attention this morning. the four suspects accused of torturing a special needs teen in chicago appears in court. all of them were denied bail yesterday.
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they were also ordered by the judge to be held on hate crime, kidnapping, and battery charges. and as investigators dig deeper ito the case, they have learned that one of those suspects was in contact with the victims mother. and demanded she pay them 300- dollars, this all while her son was being tortured. * *5 seconds * according to police.the suspects forced him to drink toilet water and kiss the ground. the teen was also tied and beaten. family members of the victim say he is doing -quote- "as well as he could be at this time." they are asking for privacy while the family begins to cope and heal. welcome back to kron four news weekend. here's some video from hendersonville, north carolina as snow fall as begun on the roads there, several wrecks have already been reported there. during their first winter storm of 20-17.
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and the >> reporter: heavier expected. at high wind warning
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for the north bay hills until about what clockers so. and then tomorrow morning and then reinstated more wins coming or root weight. and celebrate it developing by noon at the rain bubbling up from the celtics as in the evening hours already after sunset and the north pay the for underwriting the winds of 3:00 p.m. tomorrow and the intense had a recurring front moves through a little bit of break happening sunday morning or comes into the north bay looks like for monday afternoon.
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and this will be with us for a few hours of the advisory talk was all about. and of a bald and 40 5:00 p.m. not much. and then they reinstate the statements here the planning forecast what they're looking at up ahead. by monday a little bit of the rain. it carries the ball for the rest the week and it really has a say in earnest as a chance just about each day it that lay ahead. the new year and everything borate resolutions.
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highway all done from the heart of a moving patrol car. the deputy was called and helped his friend attached the casket. the hassle for they get from the hood of a moving car as you see there. were able to do without hurting anyone ensor the deputies. >> reporter: the storm trecker shows some rain in parts of the south bay for us and this will kind dopa the center here where the rain will revolt again late this afternoon and evening hours
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again putting the motion to bring up happening temporary. wafer from home that mr. grover a little break in the action. and that's what we will be dealing with tomorrow morning lot of moisture in that heavy rain forced more morning. looks as of august to clear a little bit. into single digits right now at last check the wins will pick up in intensity tomorrow morning through a good portion of the day and it's definitely better than the two of them. the complete forecast mon-khmer on the day.
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gonzalez. here is a live good morning and welcome to the kron 4 morning news. i'm marty gonzalez. here is a live look at our kron 4 radar. and as you can see rain is the big story today. and we will be getting plenty of it this weekend all over the bay area. here is a live look outside at our bridges. as you can see roads are wet everywhere. and driving conditions will be slick anywhere you go. and our team coverage of the storm continues now in the east bay. that's where we find kron 4's hermela aregawi she's live in walnut creek tracking the conditions out there. hermela, looks like it's raining pretty good out there. thanks hermela we'll check back
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in with you in about 30 minutes. some businesses in the north bay are bracing for flooding. >> reporter: 40 8:00 p.m. we had a lot of that compared to this morning. giving a slow but time had been night in the sunday morning a look at what happens. over the next 24 hours into tomorrow that will be coupled with a lot of wins to a lot of rain heavy at times in the forecast monday in spots and then flooding maybe become problematic and we had with the downpour strong winds return for everyone and then mexican early break. it looks like by mid- week. next hours put this in
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with showers. little optimistic the put the ball sunshine in there. my brakes and the clots potentially hear opera '50s and then everywhere calls for showers wins those temperatures holes in the upper 50s to lower 60s. we let you know more about the wins and then additionally an idea of what they're saying with during coverage late tonight and tomorrow. >> reporter: the rain has really slowed down to us a trickle at this point barely noticeable and more cars on the road as the mourning continues. it does make
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for slippery conditions on the road. we continue to follow what weather and the storm and let you know what you need to know if you plan on getting on the roads today. >> marty: 18 in. enough to carry weight most larger vehicles including large suvs they also
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say it's impossible to tell the depth of the water that covers the roadway and they say if you see large puddles on the road did not drive through then turn around and find another way. also put together a food water and medicine. at least three days and then if you note your business school is at risk of flooding. sonny of for notifications have the mobile location to god the rain and track the raid and guide you through the storms this week. traffic weather in your area also keep you updated on breaking news pushed alerts and to and to newsweek and tomorrow
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for continuing coverage of the storm. >> marty: 30 yesterday afternoon at the new home will pass near
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to allow and the and the approach shot had a man the both men the nrem travois a and cars on three nine a nearly five 40 is. in new the north bay and then rose happen beforegomez is described as a hispanic o'clock and the 2400 block a shot that a man in injury. believe it should gang-related. and breaking news we're following out of vallejo. ' firefighters are at the scene of a house fire. here is video from the scene. it happened around 5:00 this morning on the 900 block of
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tobin drive. no word yet on any injuries. we'll keep you updated throughout the morning. and if you might be driving this weekend when the rain is expected to flood some roadways. the national weather service has some tips for driving in the rain. first they want you to know that just 12 inches of water is enough to carry away a small car and 18 inches is enough to carry away most cars including large s-u-v's. they also say it is impossible to tell the depth of water covering a roadway or the condition of the rod below. the say if you see large puddles on the roads. do not drive through them. turn around. and here are a few things the' national weather service reccomends you do have ready for this weekend's storm. have a communications plan and have a specific person identified in case something happens. assemble an emergency kit that has plenty of food, water and medicine on hand for at least 3 days. know if your home, business or school is at risk for flooding and prepare accordingly. and sign up for notifications to stay informed about local weather conditions. and speaking of signing up for pnotificaitons. make sure you have the free kron-4 mobile app to track the rain this week. be the first to know about severe traffic and weather in your area. we'll keep you updated through breaking news push alerts. and be sure to tune into kron 4 morning news tomorrow morning for full and complete team coverage of the storm. the news starts at 7 am. still ahead on kron four news weekend. what we're learning this morning about the suspect in the deadly florida airport attack. and what was his motivation for opening fire in the terminal. plus the warriors go to the fourth quarter with another big lead. we'll let you know if steph curry and company held on to win. and up next. continuing our coverage of the massive bay area storm. how some cities around the bay area are preparing for the wet weater. next.. continuing our coverage of the massive bay area storm. how some cities around the bay area are preparing for the wet weater.
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peninsula.. the city of pacifica has closed its pier because of the incoming storm. [take vo]çáávoááñ the city announcing that the pier at sharp park closed at 10 last night. high winds and high tides are expected to pound the coastline. making for very treacherous conditions. city officials remind people to pay attention to your surroundings. on the peninsula. the city of pacifica has closed its pier because of the incoming storm. the city announcing that the pier at sharp park closed at 10 last night. high winds and high tides are expected to pound the coastline. making for very treacherous conditions. city officials remind people to pay attention to your surroundings. and never turn your back to the ocean. public works crews say they will re-evaluate the status of the pier on monday and decide if it is safe to reopen. live look outside. richmond bridge periods of mainly light rain today with gusty southerly winds as the first wave of moisture moves onshore. some areas may see a lull in activity this afternoon before the main rain event moves over the area this evening and then overnight into sunday with periods of heavy rain. rain will slowly taper from north to south by early monday morning. showers linger on monday with cooler temperatures before warm advection rains
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start monday night into tuesday as the next rain storm moves onshore. the tuesday system will be colder and not as wet as the weekend system. pattern remains active with another system possible by late in the week.
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you are where when you are. and just that will win it goes from the south and then from the north of a late night hours and then you see or talk about hugo this is 545 in the evening heavy rain south monterey and lives in the south bay concede the east bay as well by 1030 as a new batch out to see it impacts the entire bay early tomorrow morning. >> reporter: most intense on the
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east bay. and the no. date. and the combat all the purple's start popping here indicating when sustained the 40 m.p.h. range >> marty:a big story we're
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following. fort lauderdale-hollywood international airport reopened this morning morning after friday's deadly shooting.
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in a tweet, the airport said all roads were open for passengers and employees. and reminded passengers to check with their airline before heading to the airport. and this morning, there are new details on the suspected gunman in the deadly airport shooting in florida. five people were killed, eight others were hurt yesterday. the suspect is identified as esteban santiago. we're also learning the f-b-i had been in contact with santiago before the shooting. scott mcclean has the latest. --reporter pkg-as follows-- a gunman opened fire friday afternoon in a busy florida airport, sending people scrambling for cover. >> reporter:by the time the bullets stopped, five people were killed, and many more wounded. voice of: mark lea/ witness:i was just continuing watching where he's shooting and where he's going and try to stay out of the line of fire to try and keep people safe. authorities say the shooter who's now in custody.esteban santiago. opened fire using a gun he had checked in his luggage.. he was traveling from alaska. he had packed nothing else. just a gun case. according to an army national
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guard official.santiago left the alaska army national guard in august after serving almost two years. law enforcement officials say santiago showed up at an fbi office in anchorage several months ago. and told them an intelligence agency was telling him to watch isis videos. and authorities say they have not ruled out terrorism as a motive. president obama says he is heartbroken over the attack, and has offered help to local authorities. obama: i just want to say how heartbroken we are for the families that have been affected. these kinds of tragedies have happened too often during the eight years i've been president.i think we'll find out over the next 24 hours how this happened and what motivated this individual." from fort lauderdale, i'm scott mclean and airports across the country, including here in the bay area have been monitoring those events in florida.
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then 27.13 rebounds could not hit a free throw down the stretch. and if they're everyone's ready to go home and the like all the way back from 24 down mainly hit this jumper it very are going over time dream steals and turns over it than troy daniels will deliver here. 128 its 119 and not going to play for the raiders has a big offensive linemen.
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>> gary: george paton sure sounds good. but the forty- niners for their general manager position will last few years he's been an assistant general manager and the 49ers' flow to sit down with the falcon offensive coordinator and they have been going into the steam opposed to having the fellows coming here.
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an issue with a high wind warning that we have. and then the north bay and east bay hills and south bay hills. in the latter portions. no statements
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and power issues coupled with this. slowly the break monday morning and then afternoon commute. it calls for rain and winds. an upper 50s lower 60s. >> marty: we will try to get tested as possible also want to remind you of a mobile location
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track the rain this week in the first note a loss of your weather in your area we will keep you updated also tune into a week and tomorrow morning we have complete team coverage of the storm beginning at 7:00 a.m. this alleged attack happened a week before christmas the victim dark portrait after holiday working party and then forced her off the train in san leandro the employees say foster drug for a quarter mile away and raped her. they found evidence against foster. ha
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san francisco police arrested a man who they say was uploading child pornography to youtube. 59-year-old gerard jones was arrested near his home in the mission bay neighborhood. investigators say they were able to trace the source of the uploaded content. and identified jones as the
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suspect. they say they found hundreds of files on digital media. they are also looking into whether he traveled to london, england and had some sort of sexual contact with a child there. bart cleared up an electrical problem that stalled one of it's trains for two hours yesterday. nearly a thousand people found themselves stuck on the train at the west oakland station. this all happened during commute hours friday morning,
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that caused passengers to be late for work and started a domino effect leaving riders stuck. footage from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c news shows that disabled train. bart officials say they are launching an effort to rebuild the system with voter approved money to help end these problems. breakdown terisa's stuff on the bart problem this morning. she fed in the raw. bcn16:regional: update: bart service resumes into sf after broken train cleared from west oakland station bcn16 -update on advisory bart service has resumed into san francisco this morning after a disabled bart train was cleared from tracks at the west oakland station but the broken train caused severe delays throughout the system this morning, bart officials said. the train became disabled on the san francisco-bound tracks at about 7:20 a.m., bart spokesman jim allison said. it was headed to san francisco international airport. bart service into san francisco was halted. it took until nearly 9 a.m. to clear the disabled train from the tracks and resume service on both tracks through the transbay tube, allison said. allison didn't immediately know what caused the train to become disabled. happening now. the san francisco police union is saying the change of the recent use of force policy is partially to blame for an officer involved shooting. the shooting happened around 4:00 in the morning friday when officers responded to a dispute between neighbors who live in the ocean view nieghborhood. police say a confrontation lead
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to officers shooting the suspect after two of them sustained injuries. the police officers union says officers were forced to shoot the suspect because the city's new policy bans use of the carotid neck restraint. leaving them no other options police comissioner joe marshall says he still stands by the policy changes which were passed unanimously. in the east bay. 14-people are displaced from their homes this morning after a fire at their apartment complex. firefighters say a blanket was lying too close to a heater and burst into flames. it happened early friday morning at an apartment building on harrison street in oakland. crews were able to rescue multiple people from the building no serious injuries were reported. fire officials are warning people to keep heated blankets and space heaters in safe locations. also to check your smoke detector batteries for safety. still ahead on kron four news weekend. what we're learning this morning about the torture of a special needs teenager in chicago and the suspects. next. live look outside. san mateo bridge.
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a story that's reciving national attention this morning...
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the four suspects accused of torturing a special needs teen in chicago appears in court. [take vo]çááávoáááñ all of them a story that's reciving national attention this morning. the four suspects accused of torturing a special needs teen in chicago appears in court. all of them were denied bail yesterday. they were also ordered by the judge to be held on hate crime, kidnapping, and battery charges. and as investigators dig deeper into the case, they have learned that one of those suspects was in contact with the victims mother. and demanded she pay them 300- dollars, this all while her son was being tortured. * *5 seconds * forced him to drink toilet water and kiss the ground. the teen was also tied and beaten. p family members of the victim say he is doing -quote- "as well as he could be at this time." they are asking for privacy while the family begins to cope and heal. welcome back to kron four news
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weekend. >> marty:here's some video from hendersonville, north carolina as snow fall as begun on the roads there, several wrecks have already been reported there. during their first winter storm of 20-17. and the storm that's expected to hit this weekend has led to the closure of all roads leading into yosemite.
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there will be no visitor services through the storm and park guests will have limited access. >> reporter: perspective of everything. at the see here in that develops into the north. and the late overnight. and then meanwhile the one this afternoon or 4:00 a.m. sunday. and the south bay hills. and then a front a
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heavier rain stick us toward the most the day sunday until the east bay south bay. then the balance of the day and then overnight in the morning commute in on redevelops as you can see also did talk the winds right now in the 20's some lower 30's and then jump to models here today's performance compared to valise speaking not really impressive the and the afternoon hours and then were we talking about here. and then to
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the east bay and will let creek tracking conditions there. traffic is pretty light people aren't taking the war means choosing to stay off their roadways. talk to people choosing instead of driving.
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>> marty: first half and about the weather in your area and we keep you updated with push alerts and be sure to stay with us the evening tomorrow morning on news week and at 7:00 a.m. with a complete team coverage of the continuing storm and then it's expected to head this week and the closure of all roads that enter into yosemite no visitor services the length of the storm park guests will have limited access to a few campgrounds. a few of the
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campgrounds will remain open as will some of the guest cottages. many of the businesses around the park are expected to remain open but that could change. the bay area is not the only place that is expecting severe weather this weekend. the sierra is also expected to be hit with large amounts of snow as well. and people in the area are concerned as well. ali wolf has the details. >> reporter:a serene setting at the truckee river. a thick blanket of snow lines the icy water. it's calm now. but things are expected to change drastically come saturday. darlene fredrick's is monitoring the river from her front door.
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darlene fredricks/truckee resident: "this snow is hard as rock right now" water surrounded fredrick's home in the 1997 floods. she had to leave in a hurry. darlene fredricks/truckee resident:
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"last time my husband had to take us in his bucket of his vehicle" this time she's prepared. she got a warning call from the placer county sheriff's department. sgt. dave hunt/placer county sheriff's office: "we have warned a few of the residents that are in the probable danger of flooding including having our deputies go by and putting out warnings at each of the houses on the truckee river" no evacuation orders yet. says sgt dave hunt.
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but if the predictions hold true. people may need to get out on their own. rescue crews could get tied up. sgt. dave hunt/placer county sheriff's office: "if they believe their area is gonna flood and river is rising its time to get out instead of waiting for a rescuer to try and get you out because they may no be able to get to you in the amount of time with other rescues that may be going on" the sheriff's department has search and rescue and dive teams on standby. to help those trapped on the land or in water. ali wolf/reporting: "here at the rainbow lodge they're trying to prevent flooding from the river by pushing the snow and essentialy building a barrier to block the water" randy kure/rainbow lodge manager: "well push the snow up aginst towards the highway, up against towards the river bank so its just like a big snow damn" this was what happened to the rainbow lodge in soda springs during a storm last month. the basement flooded with rushing water from the south yuba river. randy kure/rainbow lodge manager: "the river will be where were standing thats how high it will be" this time, general manager randy
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kure is hoping the hard packed "sierra cement" will protect the lodge. from potential flood damage. bracing for a storm expected to create the highest river levels in over a decade. in the south bay. a bridge that leads in and out of a morgan hill campground and several campers are at risk ahead of this coming storm. it led to dozens of campers to head for higher ground yesterday. people who live in morgan hill say the uvas river is likely to overflow. and there is only one bridge leading in and out of the campground. they also say is at risk of flooding or even failing. people will not be allowed back to the campground until mid- january some businesses in the north bay are bracing for flooding. two years ago, parts of downtown tiburon were inudated with water. now they're hoping it doesn't happen again.
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four welcome back çááámax 2áááñ çááámartyáááñ çááámartyáááñçááámax 2áááñ welcome back to kron fr news weekend. we're tracking the storm hitting the bay area. >> reporter: the brunt of the storm has passed a lease for a
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little while. starting late this afternoon in the south bay you really feel the intensity center-left party had some flooding problems and we don't on top of it. but that's not enough real big hit from winds coming late tonight or early tomorrow and this knowledge anything of you we can basically a call between the two storms if you will. and then out to the sidebar the drought situation how are we fairing with that the colorization has changed. and abnormal as you see in terms of rainfall. still in to what's called a severe
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drought that point and of the sacramento valley that really starts to pick up in the extreme drought situation. this assumes low close to home as we see with an all. when the afternoon when the advisory. the high wind warning north bay until 1:00 today. a bit of the break monday morning before it comes back up tomorrow afternoon. and to once
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more by tomorrow morning pre- dawn hours in some areas.
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