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>>justine: good morning this friday we are taking a live the outside from our roof camera and san francisco. it is still little dark at this morning but first our top story. what >>james: wrote to the men were detained early this morning in san francisco soma district after police to block off the streets and shut down a freeway off ramp because of gunfire. this is some of the video from this morning. we also have a good will or comment that we put together.--a google earth
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adedress. of the address was an iowa, which for nine all--the address was enquire 494 9th streeet. "about 1:15 a.m. to milk suspects came out of the building into the street and that is when the police took him into custody. all roads in that area have the open this >>justine: california faces a nearly $10 billion budget deficit. if that gap cannot be filled, severe in automatic cuts will result. governor jerry brown offered his last plan to keep the
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state above order raising taxes along with program cuts. from >> with the tax program will eliminate the budget deficit finally who impressed after years of kicking the can down the road and we will begin to pay back a wall of debt. we're cutting welfare by almost a million and a half dollars. we are making some very painful reductions. for the same for the elderly, the blind, and the disabled. this is not nice stuff. >>justine: the tax initiative included raising income taxes for people making more than $250,000 per year. and a half a cent sales tax increase and both would expire in 2017. voters do not approve of the governor's tax plan, his budget proposes a backup plan that would trigger automatic cuts from education, courts, universities, and state fire protection. they will total $5.4 billion. record of
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>> at schools would like to be hardest hit, nearly $5 billion slashed from the education budget that is equivalent to three weeks of classes for children across the state. we have reaction from teachers. >>reporter: but this is the vice-president of the california teachers association he says the cuts will have devastating impact on teachers and students right now if the governor's plan passes this will be a drop in the bucket compared to how much is needed to make up for the billions of dollars already slashed from education. although he says this would prevent the system from sliding down into the abyss. some more warm rooms >> i am a fourth grade classroom or affected by this will never get another chance at first grade. and those kids who recruited in first grade and can a girl to become a lost generation because they would eventually make it to school and the work force the state of loss those critical years because now there are in a classroom of 35 in the 40
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kids in some cases in kindergarten, that is in san been.--room that is insanity. and we will see more distance that are in hard should. and this is happening with the standards keep going up but the resources keep going down. who will conformism haunt it is >>reporter: he says the cta will not take a stand on the governor's tax plan until has been thoroughly reviewed. and >>james: let us find out whether about this friday in the weekend ahead. good morning erica. >>erica: good morning james miller taking pictures from and you could see it is a little foggy out there no problems of visibility over this particular stand, but some poor working up to fog especially in the north bay and are in the valleys. into the afternoon the fog will burn off the we will see mostly sunny conditions it will be slightly cooler
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compared to what we saw yesterday and into the overnight hours we will see partly cloudy conditions for temperatures in the 40's. fog tracker for in your visibility charge of the ban on former screen and became less than a half mile visibility to petaluma and correction down through san raphael. that great hugging the coastline north of san raphael. on the coastline we have two and 5 mi. worth of visibility. you could come into some hazardous conditions out on the road would. taking a bit navato, there are ready at the freezing mark. >>erica: into the afternoon it will be slightly cooler compared to saw yesterday tuned locations actually struggled to get in the '60s unit check out fremont coming in at 59 degrees. 58 for those that have moon bay, this is very similar to
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yesterday. your satellite and radar picture shows a lot of cloud coverage. high pressure is really a building over the bay area, guiding the storm system will to the north. we will continue to seek dry and mild conditions every did it carbon copy of the day before. her sixties are in a trend no doubt about that, we have mostly sunny conditions as we head to the weekend and the start of the next work week. i have been checking to see if he, no hot spot to tell you about, no accidents reported. traffic is moving will cross the upper hand, the san mateo bridge ride is looking good in both directions of highway 92. contrive time is just 14 minutes from into in. her as we take a 02 the golden gate bridge, los
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little bit of fog. however, we do not have any accident associated with the dense fog. a quick check from the traffic maps show was down highway 4 looking good. all of that room and hit speeds over 50 mph. and i have any delays to >>justine: said it occupy a petition it wrote down the door in the city open as they were demanding to speak with a mere. demonstrators say they are furious with the belief once again raided their camp on wednesday night. we have the very latest from kron4 kate thompson. >>reporter: they show up to city hall to find the doors locked and guarded, finally the doors are open. in protesters are told that someone from city hall will be down to sleep with them when it police officer tried to close that is when
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chaos errupts. >>reporter: several people are selected to go stair to speak with the mayor's assistant for several hours about the occupy demands. >> my personal frustration is with the police department and the way that this behavior is just counter intuitive to peacemaking. >>reporter: the oakland police department's stance by the 12 people they arrested saying that the people resisted arrest and they gave 200 and a warning that certain structures in the occupy cam need to be taken down. >>justine: now in san francisco, a senior citizen occupy protesters shut down
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it gave america this small group in somewhere in wheelchairs' and walkers, the colony's financial institution to stop raising fees and to use belloc money to stop the foreclosures. >>james: we will take a quick break, let us give you a live look at the golden gate bridge. we will have the tell the oakland first homicide of the year.
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>>james: five days into the new year and open has its first murder, isaac white this 19 year-old college student was shot to death. her police described the victim and didn't kid that is on the right path. the gunman remains on loose. >>justine: oakland police are still searching for the gunman that killed five year-old gabriel martinez into east oakland he is the most recent of three
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children shot and killed in the streets of oakland and the past few months and a question to talk with the mother of one of these children about the recent shooting. this is an interview them will only see right here on kron4.com. one >> i honestly thought after hiram passing away from a gunshot wounds, and who thought that the violence would really slowed down but people really didn't get that message. >>reporter: revive caught up with the lead houston here at long trees cemetery in hayward, and if it morning after she quit it you grave site of a son of hiram lawrence. the one-year-old baby that was killed as of a sort of a gunshot wound that in november of last year. she describes her a cup reaction of learning about the recent shooting death of 50 gabriel martinez in east oakland. our >> it was like i was back on november 29th my baby- item had been rushed to hospital. it was like divers reliving that again it was really sad to see that
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someone else had to go through what i >>reporter: 2/she says that she has not seen the roadside memorial where martinez has been killed. >> i have not been to that location i haven't even if the location where my child was shot at. i do not to multilocation but my heart goes out to the family that is lofted child and to the other family that just lost their child. >>reporter: walter huston says she does not know what it would take to bring his win in human >> at the break, is going out nine and a look how it is possible condition not taken from one to lose their own shout to want to stop the violence.--their own child to want to stop the violence. in your power >>james: guess today, firefighters say the woman who lived in this home was raising birds in her basement. the small number of birds on the top floor survived and most of the
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others were killed. and no other injuries in that report. >>justine: we will take a quick break on the kron4 morning news, when we come back we'll talk about the forecast and what is in store for the weekend and your traffic report, they with us.
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>>justine: a high surf advisory began last night and is still the effect this morning waves are expected to get up to 16 ft. high. officials say dangerous riptides could happen because of this. now erica it is a dangerous to go on the water? >>erica: no, but it is a high freeze advisory. now with currents are certainly
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a possibility there are dangers along the coastline. we will monitor that throughout the morning and as you step outside the door and the roadways, there is limited visibility for places like navato down to less of a quarter mile. it looks like we have a conditions everywhere else. along with that fog in some areas there is actually some pretty cool temperatures. take a look, both iraq freezing mark coming in at 32 degrees. 41 in fairfield, 47 for downtown san francisco. we have a mixture of 30's and '40's in the south bay. now come into the rest of the day by the 8:00 hour we will continue to see a mixture of 30's and '40's around the bay area. as we advance the cockles of the lunchtime, we really do not see any cream may be in place as any i could see some low 60s,. a lot of blood on your screen
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indicate pre much everyone in the '50s. by 2:00 p.m. it looked like we will remain that way. we could see some areas of low 60s. for the most part everyone was then the upper 50s this afternoon. here are the numbers neighborhood by neighborhood. slightly cooler than we saw yesterday. check out fremont, they are hovering at 59 degrees and one degrees cooler in through half moon bay. turning our attention to the north bay, santa rosa could decree mouth. we have a perfect is for downtown san francisco and richmond. your seven day around the forecast shows a lot of sixties on the board no doubt about that. it partly cloudy conditions today but a lot of sunshine as we head into the weekend. we have a couple places hovering around the freezing mark. here in the traffic center is pretty
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quiet and nothing really to talk about. you are looking at the bay bridge incline where it is a problem for it. the san mateo bridge is moving well in both directions of highway 92. it is just 14 minutes from in to end. as he take over to the golden gate bridge south bound 101. we do not have any access to report for your ride coming out of the north bay clearly north bound 101 is a smooth and easy ride. all that green indicates leads over 50 miles per hour. and the state to aid the road accidents to report. now we do have an area of yellow that indicates speed averaging just 30 mi. per hour. >>james: moore we have some new deals and a shooting involving a nine year old man that fired his gun and a brief suspect that broke into his house. police say on wednesday morning he was
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alone when a brief suspect tried to enter his home. >>reporter: family members tell us he the man shown here from his facebook page his head is rolling, he is bleeding in cannot hear out of one year but that said, they're very happy they he is alive. chrises just said- she is not surprised about how her brother took charge when the robber broke into his home and took him hostage. listen in on how the 90 year-old broke free. >> he said i'm so nervous i have to go to the bathroom or i will have an accident right here. he talked a robber into letting him go to the restroom and that is where he had his loaded
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gun. the came out shooting. >>reporter: the suspect was identified and he is also recovering at marin general. after he was shot he left the home and evidence your shows foreign cooler and the the trail of blood here and here. then learned that he was charged with attempted murder for gain into a fight with a man and a navato bartal. he served six years in state prison he is now facing charges of attempted murder and a weapons charge. sources tell us they have conducted several search warrants of his car and home. no word yet on whether or not they have the truth stolen property from his home. >>justine: we have to take a quick read on the kron4 morning news, will come back and talk about decision 2012 and a big endorsement from jon huntsman, jr. here is a live
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look outside at the james lick freeway in san francisco. we have light trafficking cooler temperatures in much more when we come right back.
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>>reporter: --and >> he is literally worked in the coal mines until he was 72 lawyers of age. rob loosely silence also plan to out of roughly in that period: collection--room at the absolutely silent all cellphone clear--i am just kidding. unless we will deal obama-care and do it
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immediately highlighted in the in this race is was not until obama. some i believe that is a game changes for >>reporter: and to his rise after i was also a game changer. would it will moderate regime to of former speaker reminded voters that it is him about the contract for america in the minds and i sent home.--and do more woman brought about a contract to--order to rule out the set was even brought back america.
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>>reporter: with sentiment looking past gingrich to be the conservative competitor to mitt romney. >> i did not trust them. he has jumped around on everything else on a lot of other issues. >>reporter: to do well he will have to tangle with ron paul. >> i think will be ugly it will cost a lot of money. that is not a road that i want to go down. >>justine: jon huntsman, jr got a boost with an endorsement from the boston globe. the paper said that he offers the republican party an opportunity to
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renew itself. this endorsement comes at a crunch time and a much- needed boost for huntsman who has struggled to break past dingell digits in political polls. the paper is published in the same state, massachusetts where mitt romney was governor for four years. we will take a quick break into our top stories with weather and traffic right after this. robbery certainly is a frightening crime. after all, bank robbers stole $43 million in one year. but identity thieves? try 37 billion! and guess how identity thieves are getting some of that money. by taking over our bank accounts. they may not even need your social security number anymore. all an identity thief may need are a couple of simple pieces of information, like your mother's maiden name or the city you were born in, and they could add their name onto your bank accounts in order to make your money their money. you need help.
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and you won't pay. and to keep your documents out of the wrong hands, we'll even add this personal shredder-- a $29 value-- absolutely free with your enrollment. don't wait another minute. call now or go to lifelock.com. lifelock service guarantee cannot be offered to residents of new york. >>james: two men were detained earlier this morning after police blocked off streets. this is some of the new captured last night. you see the police and a lot of lights flashing and there were heavily armed as the interest this building. a more to show you the map and you in the of the land. a consumer interest and 8101 come together. this is the
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area that we are talking about when the multiple shots were fired. the shots were recorded just after 11:00 p.m. last night. by the nearby streets all around. we see is a mixture of residential and commercial buildings. once the police had the building surrounded the shots and stopped. at least no one could hear them anymore. again, about 1:15 p.m.--115 a m suspects came out of the building and police took him into custody. no injuries were reported. >>justine: soccer is a there could be more painful cuts coming to the chorused people in california unit and then current has a look at it is on the chopping block this time around. >>reporter: that first round of cuts will impact those most in need in the state work and it will cut nearly $1 billion from the welfare
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to work program, another $842 million will be cut and from medicare. 163 million will be cut from in home services. a mother and child will not be the same amount of money as they did back in the 1980's. from some the same is true for seniors and disabled. reese and with the governor is calling for nearly $447 million in cuts for child care. just to give you an idea that means the state will no longer fun have-snow-longer fund chow care for 71,000 kids and who.--for 71,000 kids. >>reporter: perhaps if voters do not approve, the trade have cent sales tax increase and the temporary
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income tax increase for those making more than $250,000 that will trigger a second round of cubs. $4.8 million aimed directly at education, k through 12 education. it would work the cost of that is equivalent to more than the cost of three weeks of instruction. if you see an cows they will also see another $200 million in cuts each. >>james: we will have more on the budget consideration and the wrangling back and forth. but right now let us talk about the weather we have erica standing by with details on this friday's forecast. good morning. >>erica: are good morning james, we have clear conditions in downtown san francisco but not everywhere else across the real. are we have pretty dense fog in the north bay. as we head into afternoon, the fog will burn
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off. we have a cool afternoon in store with temperatures for the most are staying in the upper 50s clear and we'll continue with the dry and mild another pattern until the middle of january crude--. compared to the top of the hour when i actually showed you this, you can now see writ on your screen. a dense fog is north of santa rosa it is affecting an entire portion of highway 1 deal 1. so you could see some hazardous condition out on the roadways. we have some pretty frigid temperatures, they're all coming in at the freezing mark. a couple of degrees warmer and from that of human costs out of the golden gate bridge we see more mouth to to the out there. where we see a mixture of 30's and '40's in the south bay as well. as we
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see where the temperature still go into the afternoon light at already mentioned, it is lighted and then you took it would receive would make sure clouds and sunshine. in fact, hayward could read 60 degrees and same goes redwood city. when a ran counter to have low 60s here as well. but, now come here saturday and radar shows clear and dry conditions of little e- reader right now printed, do so what are high pressure is actually doing is a guiding the storm tracker to our north. we will continue with this dry weather pattern rate to cover just a lot of sunshine and a tentative in the '60s in europe will see that on your seven day run
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school in fairfield. the most incidents with the students happened between march 1st and october 21st affair actually began do in december of 2009. >>james: we will be back with more headlines in a minute and we come back some better news for the economy at least it comes to car sales. we will talk about at any moment. here is a quick look outside. it is very foggy in spot of the golden gate. we will be right back.
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different crowd of customers coming to us. but some are more useful by this and also buyers that have not maybe consider domestic and resales. >>reporter: 4, and gm and chrysler leading the way.
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many buyers are simply shopping for a value. >> we are looking for performance, we're looking for economy, gasoline is expensive. >>justine: the popular and battery powered chevy michael volt--chevy volt is on display as well. is it due >> up there with an incident with the vehicle, three weeks after a test occurred, from there was a fire. we have been working with engineers to come up with a way to fix this for consumers and purchasers of
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the volt. >>justine: acheulean insistence action is not recall. owners will be individually notified when the modification are available. how it is designed to produce about 35 remission from miles to the gallon after that and gas powered engine kicked in sending mixed-- cute kids in extending the driving range. record a record >>james: here it is a quick live look outside as it into our brain. the san mateo bridge looks like it's ok we will be right back.
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the >>james: will bring up a
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mapping get back to this video showing the where we are talking about here in san francisco. and this is in the 400 block of ninth street. oh, just after a 11:00 p.m. last night, shots were reported in e-reader. police arrived and they heard them as well they set up and returned locking in out of the nearby streets and also blocking off and on ran to the freeway. correct new art-let us go live to the scene, yolie is out and that would area. return to a i guess it was a relief to 16 earlier the content in much better now? >>reporter: absolutely. he's right now all of the hurricane is gone. the ninth street and is open valves shut down for awhile. it originated all clear on the 900 blocks of ninth street. it's started hearing ended about three buildings down light about down here. let me show you some video at the height of all this. this
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is apparently, police officers did respond to shots even when they arrive here they heard several shots is and it turns out her in her eyes that were firing off i am not sure they were firing from the rooftop or the will of that building that i showed you. but at one point, they started jumping from building to building. is right when they got to about the german building that it when they came down and from and two hours from the original call, that is when they were able to get the suspects and detain them as well. area around the area, a discreet quiet. there were still some people walking around in this one lady was just leaving the supermarket she tells us what she experienced and when she encountered in this whole area. >> i just walked out of the steel and some five--shocks were fired limit and then i walked a few blocks more and
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then the cost--cops told me to go back in the store. >>reporter: there is no motive as to why they're shooting it may be there under the influence it does not seem like they were targeting anything in particular. they may have just been shooting off of the rifle. it possibly make a some weapons charges for negligence of discharge in a weapon in city limits. pajama a key for that update in what is in the you know what happened to those to the gunman as this case continues >>justine: been brought forth real first we have a high surf want to tell about your hands when ocean area jeff bush explained what that means and how long it will last >>reporter: people were on the boardwalk and but difficult to russia and data to come in. and they've already visiting you would. in the weather was lonely rolling in and leaves look
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fashion into the pylon of the fewer as the sun set in the distance. fight high surf and visine affect san francisco and will stay in effect until friday night. could steve freed her the national weather service says that way you submit a to 16 ft. or higher at that time it is a good idea to keep your eye on the ocean if you are near the water. >>justine: out now here is a miracle with a check on our forecast. car >>erica: good morning i do want to touch on the high surf advisories. everywhere is affected until 6:00 p.m. tonight. kirchner--malia proportion of the door, we have limited its ability for a portion of the iort parkh
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bay at--why had it will for portions of the north made. hayward--cahill as we head into the afternoon lou will remain slightly cooler than what we saw yesterday. is it have fremont coming in at 59 degrees, 58 half moon bay, 62 is also the number for napa, 59 for those in richmond and 51 degrees expected to our this afternoon. if you are headed to topple this week he will have any problems getting there. we have sunshine as we head into the weekend we could have some gusty conditions. wind gusts are expected to get a higher to 30 mi. per hour. the san
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mateo bridge is a problem free although we see traffic building and west bound the original taurus foster city. as he take a look at the golden gate bridge, all that fall shows a visibly, but at least we do now have the accident report. one less check from the traffic map there are no problems coming out of the north leg. all the green on your screen indicates 50 mi. per hour for the navato and 137 interchange down to the waldegrave. mueller of >>james: one of the bison golden gate park is dead. maureen kelly spoke with a witness that saw what
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happened. >>reporter: behind greg leonard was walking him hot dog near this section cuisine lungs of floor been kept and he sought to small stocks, possibly: inside of the pen. to >> labor a little small dogs often recently added to the fan's images are a growing tide of load your attention you know like lewis and a dog heard if the line at the buffalo starter is running around and the congress and didn't dawn and would not respond >>reporter: want to add to the dogs were out of an apparent at one and the juvenile by sent injured. frederick from some of them what i did not know how lucky like atlanta site of a sense was hunting. hybrid that that the >>reporter: crew 22 plan lindsey to the animal but died later that they--of, then is underway a's veteran he treated the one of the
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animals were but it died later in that vein. but it occurs in a hostel for the dog to fight it will and will disturb in accordance read >> >>justine: if you are hungry, this may or may not help. this is the most expensive sushi ever. a 754 lb. bluefin tuna went on the auction block thursday in tokyo and it sold for almost $400,000. that breaks down to about $530 per pound. the price is the highest for two and a sense the market has been keeping track back in 1999. it was caught off the coast of northern japan we will talk about people behaving badly
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after this. it >>james: i look forward to that does give you a live look outside where we have a closer to the golden gate bridge. certainly is a frightening crime. after all, bank robbers stole $43 million in one year. but identity thieves? try 37 billion! and guess how identity thieves are getting some of that money. by taking over our bank accounts. they may not even need your social security number anymore. all an identity thief may need are a couple of simple pieces of information, like your mother's maiden name or the city you were born in, and they could add their name onto your bank accounts in order to make your money their money. you need help. [whoosh, clang] you need lifelock-- the only identity protection company that now monitors bank accounts for takeover fraud. lifelock is the proactive identity protection company with an early warning alert system that is state of the art.
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when we detect any suspected breaches of your personal information within our network, we contact you right away, before the damage is done. lifelock has the most comprehensive identity protection available. no one can stop all identity theft-- that's why lifelock offers you peace of mind, and you get our million dollar total service guarantee. >> having your identity stolen feels like you've been totally violated. you go around looking over your shoulder. it's almost as if someone has broken into your home. >> announcer: don't spend another day without lifelock. call now! try lifelock's service risk-free for 60 days. lifelock is the only identity protection company that now monitors bank accounts for takeover fraud. no one provides more comprehensive identity protection than lifelock. if you're not convinced after 60 days, simply notify lifelock and you won't pay. and to keep your documents out of the wrong hands, we'll even add this personal shredder-- a $29 value-- absolutely free with your enrollment. don't wait another minute. call now or go to lifelock.com.
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lifelock service guarantee cannot be offered to residents of new york. >>reporter: in this case there are three separate illegally dispose christmas choose to. i am in san leandro where people seem to have developed an art to hide illegally dumped trees. if you look closely there are two more illegally dumped trees in this video, right here and here. i stood them up for proof. if you want to get rid of your tree is not as simple as tossing it on your neighbor's lawn or leaving it in the street. one city over an
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open, absolutely no attempt to hide the illegally dumped trees. in lake merritt is a tree farm. not only did someone dumped a tree, they also took the $30 stand and dumped that too. in this when there is a reef in plastic and across the street to more trees. and while this owner put the tree out with the trash the tree still cannot be recycled so off to the landfill it will go. so what should do with that tree now that christmas is over? every city has a different way of disposal but in oakland it should go out with your normal trash unless it has tinsel or has been sprayed. if so call your local is a global company. >>justine: we have to take a
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break and come back at 5:00 p.m. and update on all of the developing stories that happen overnight and the weather forecast for the weekend in your commute on this friday morning, stay with us.
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>> darya: good morning thanks for joining us this morning friday at 5:00 a.m.. we have a developing story two men were detained earlier this morning in the city's south market district. the police blocked off streets and shut down a free rein--freeway because of gunfire. there were multiple shots fired. when this was around 11:00 p.m. last night. police set up a perimeter around the block
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and try to figure out where the shots were coming from. we are live outside of the building in san francisco with the latest. >>reporter: let me show you how close these cars are from where the shootings, where the shots rang out. it is right out of this building. this is where the bullets were coming from. they did not know if they're coming from the windows, or someone was up on top of the roof. but it was around 11:00 p.m. at night, the officers responded to hearing shots being rained out. when they arrived, the officer explained what they and found. >> we receive multiple calls from people reporting someone was shooting multiple rounds from a rifle. san francisco police officers responded upon arrival officers heard
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multiple shots being fired. a short time and later at a suspect came out and was detained. we are confident that the to these we have that are detained are actually the suspect. >>reporter: at one time there were right over here in this area but they actually went from building to building and it was at this building or the actually surrendered and came down the fire escape. and that is when the police officers were able to detain them. the could be facing weapons charges for disarming a weston within city limits. there is no motive as to why they decided to shoot but luckily no one got hurt. >> darya: that is the big question were there any other people around the area that they could of been aiming at? >>reporter: at 11:00 p.m. it
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is pretty quiet around here. but there are industrial buildings, there are bars that are open at night. there are a couple of people around so they did not have to back up many people in tell the industry was shut down. but what is most frightening this off ramp, a lot of cars are just coming off of this off ramp and you can see how close this building is to the off ramp and you're very lucky that no one got hurt. >>james: peace your heading to the beach we have the high surf advisories in effect. jackie is live with it what it looks like out there this morning. >>reporter: the morning, you can see that high surf and the effect especially out
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here in pacifica. usually it takes a while it but you can see the waves are licking the bottom of the pier. usually when you get the high waves, they will close the pier. but we are talking about a high surf advisories and that is in effect until 6:00 p.m. tonight. that year the surf competition basically kicked off today. they will have an opening ceremony in the window for the competition is from now until march 31st. they have a couple months to give the ideal conditions. the 16 ft. waves, today may be the day.
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>>james: absolutely. let us turn our attention to erica. >>erica: good morning james, actually every were highlighted in blue is affected by the high surf advisories. according to the national weather service this will be most problematic in the early morning hours. we will be modern train that throughout the morning. dangerous conditions are expected near the shoreline. fog is a big story this morning is special to the north bay. this area indicates less than a quarter mile visibility for portions of highway 101 from petaluma down to san raphael. take a look at livermore, fairfield and antioch. the great on your screen indicates between 2 and five rows of visibility. not only do you have to deal with fog, but
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the pretty cool temperatures. by 8:00 a.m. we should continue to see a mixture of 1450's.--a mixture of 40's and '50's. so neighborhood by neighborhood it is slightly cooler than yesterday. >>erica: your seven day around the bay forecast shows a lot of sixties, no doubt about that. >> george: good morning and a good start to the morning commute. and the fog for the golden gate bridge this morning but that is the only area of concern so far. here
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is a look your ride to the bay bridge. we haven't easy ride in a short drive time. your ride to the san mateo bridge is a good one. take a look at our camera looking westward, no delays or problems here. looking at the commute to the golden gate bridge, here is where we have fog. it is not a fog advisory, but the chp did put out an alert this morning and visibility is less than 1 mi. at the golden gate bridge. we are tracking the commute to the east bay for you. you can see green showing on the centers for 8680 south bound. down in danville, we are delay free. your ride
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on 101 thru navato is delay free from the golden gate bridge all the way through to marin county. >>james: economists are optimistic about employment. they predict that employers added 180,000 jobs last month. that is a big jump over november's numbers. they also predicted that the unemployment rate will go up to 8.7% from the 8.6 percent that we sought in november. we will see how the markets react. i continue that the future trading it's positive. the dow and the nasdaq are up, not by much but there are at least positive. yesterday the dow posted its first loss of the year however it was not a big loss. the s&p rose up four.. nasdaq rose
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up 22 points so it was mixed. >> darya: thank you for waking up with kron4 news, will be back in a couple minutes. let us get a live look outside from our roof camera. all is very clear this morning and we will be right back.
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>> darya: gov. jerry brown is proposing some deep cuts to the budget. let us take a look at the first round of cuts that include nearly $1 billion taken from the state's welfare to work program. 842 million from medicare--medical. this means a mother and child the same money that they got back in the 1980's from that program. he is also asking for $447 million to be cut from child care. now the
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second cuts include nearly $5 billion to k through 12 education and the uc and cal institutions will be in for another $200 million in budget cuts. we will be back with more in just a couple of minutes.
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>> darya: welcome back and thanks for joining us this friday morning. it is a little bit >>erica: a couple of locations are below freezing. the fog has become more dense and widespread. we will be tracking that throughout the morning. as we head into the afternoon the fog will burn off. mostly sunny conditions would temperatures slightly cooler compared to where they were yesterday. partly cloudy conditions with temperatures in the '40's.
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here is a look at the visibility map. less than a quarter of a mile reported in napa. a bit about a mile in santa rosa. as we head into the afternoon, slightly cooler compared to what we saw yesterday. it does not records.
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>>george: an easy trip to the bay bridge, we'll start our bridge check year. westbound on the offer does look good. how looking at
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the ride on the golden gate bridge, it is foggy. >>james: a week into the new year and san jose had its first homicide. there have shows where it happened.
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police believe this could yet be another act of gang violence. >>craig: police are investigating this shooting as possibly gang related. there were 41 murders last year. in san jose, craig skalar, kron4 news. >>darya: gabriel martinez was shot and killed last week, shot just a few feet away from his father. no
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arrests have been made in the do not have a motive for the shooting. this is the third child to die from gunfire in oakland since august. funeral services will be held today for fremont mayor bob wasserman. wasserman was active in the government in fremont since 1976. >>james: we will take a quick break and will be back with more headlines in a moment. foss
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>>darya: more mudslinging on the gop presidential front
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runner mitt romney. his rivals are slamming the former massachusetts governor as saying that he is timid, unreliable and a defender of the status quo. mitt romney had some harsh words as well, but for president obama. he targets the president and calls him a capitalist get a job killer. romney is heavily favored to win next week's new hampshire primary. his top rival, rick santorum is trying to maintain his momentum that he earned in iowa.
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>>james: johan offenders live, the primary suspect in the death of a natalie holly is on trial today for another crime. he is accused of killing stephanie flores in his hotel room back in 2010. police say he took money into bank cards from her wallet and fled to the country of chile. her death happened five years after the appearance--after the disappearance of an athlete holloway in aruba. >>darya: we are back with more in a couple of minutes. >>erica: check out temperatures outside the door.
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>>james: this was the scene, police are walking by heavily-armed. a huge section of the city was ordered off. yoli eceves is live at the scene >>yoli: the shots originated from this building. here is
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video of the suspect. at one point they were jumping from warehouse to warehouse area and there was no motive as to why they work firing off their arrival. >> i was walked into the store and shots were fired off.
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>>yoli: the suspects could face weapons charges denied street exit is open and all of the parameters have been taken down at this point. >>james: the good news is, there is no impact to the commute. >>darya: if you are headed to the beach, a high surf advisories in effect. jackie sissel is live at the pacific appear with what this means in and the dangers. >>jackie: i have pushed back from the sea wall
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>>jackie: people are out on the pier in the fishing. that is kind of strange. normally with a high surf advisories. you really need to be aware of the waves. they can really sneak up on you. the welcome is is for mavericks'. they are their opening ceremony today. the wonder for mavericks is open from today to march 31st. they have to have the right conditions. by the looks of things, to date could be a good date to at least get out there and practice. >>erica: i think those surfers are the only ones
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headed to the beach. we have a lot of locations at the freezing mark. stronger waves are expected to hit the coast lines later this morning. we will be monitoring that for you. our currency and sneaker waves are a possibility. another big story in the weather department is the visibility. there is an area of red just south of petaluma. less than a quarter of a mile visibility. compromise positions throughout the entire north bay. dense fog hanging around fairfield and the livermore valley. everywhere else, clear conditions. in terms of temperatures, 32 in nevada, below freezing in santa rosa. check out half moon bay. coming in at 50 degrees. by the 8:00 a.m. hour we will continue to see a good mix of thirties and
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forties around the bay area. as the advance closer to the afternoon, the light blue indicates everyone staying in the upper 50s. 61 on tap for nevada, 59 in downtown san francisco. in a lot of sunshine as we head into the weekend and at the start of the next work week. we will be quick enough to pretty frigid mornings. and >>george: there are no hot spots, delays or problems. fog only of the golden gate bridge. for the volume is
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building a bit, but problem free. the san mateo bridge ride has been great. again, the volume is building up but no delays towards foster city. here is a look at the camera at the toll plaza. this is the only bridge where fog is a concern. the east bay ride looks good. problem free. south bay freeways are still showing green the peninsula right has been pretty good so far this morning. the marin writers also good with no delays former orange county on 11 southbound.
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>>justine: a boost in hiring for the month of december. the unemployment rate is now down to 8.5%. this is the lowest rate since february of 2009. the rate has now dropped for four straight months. more on this story coming up.
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>>darya: occupy protesters in santa rosa are planning a day of action. they are calling on people to close their wells fargo bank accounts. they will rally at noon at the former robertson's parking lot. they will march to the wells fargo bank in downtown santa rosa.
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>>james: here is a live look from mt. tam looking at san francisco.
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>>james: nearly $5 billion is going to be slashed from the state's education budget. that is equivalent for three weeks of class is for children across the state. reggie kumar has more. >>reggie: the cuts will have a devastating effects on children in school right now. he says if the governor's tax plan passes, the revenue will be a drop in the bucket compared to how much is needed to make up for the billions of dollars already slashed from education. hines says the
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cta will not take a stance on the governor's tax plan until it has been thoroughly reviewed. >>darya: we are back with more in a couple of minutes. here is a live look at the golden gate bridge. we will be right back.
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>>james: a couple of shots to show you. on the right hand side, the roof camera in san francisco. it is fairly clear but we are seeing heavy fog. all the left, the pacifica pier. a high surf advisories and tell 6:00 a.m.. >>erica: we have pretty clear conditions from the roof camera in downtown san francisco. we have areas of pretty localize dance-jesper delocalize fall. down to a quarter of a mile in santa
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rosa. everywhere else we are seeing relatively clear conditions. a cool afternoon in store with most locations into the upper 50s. a dry and mild weather pattern until january. check out santa rosa. currently below freezing. as we head into the afternoon, mostly sunny conditions with high clouds. temperatures are a few degrees cooler compared to what we saw yesterday. light
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winds and mostly sunny conditions as we head into the weekend. when guests could get up to 30 mi. per hour. temperatures for the most part will be in the '50's and 40's. as we check out the 7 day around the bay forecast we will see a lot of sunshine. a pretty nice and mild weekend in store.
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>>george: we do not have any hot spots, delays or problems. at the bay bridge we're picking up a little bit of slowing as a move towards 6:00 a.m.. i think we will see an easy ride today as we saw yesterday and perhaps a little bit easier. your ride on the stand until bridge looks good with no delays eastbound or westbound. speeds have traffic moving well all around the bay area. so far, there are no delays vary the south bay freeways look good. your
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ride on the north bay is without delay. >>justine: a government report showed a burst of hiring. stock futures are responding positively.
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>>darya: the woman charged with murdering a hayward nursing student is set to enter a plea today. she is accused of killing michelle lee. she was found dead in rule alameda county in september. esteban blames leave for wrecking her relationship with her baby's father. police say the dna evidence and cell phone records point as defined as the killer. i should make it davis will be sentenced today for killing and torturing her 15 year-old niece. she was also found guilty of a cruising the twin brother. she was primary guardian for the teenagers. the victim was
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malnourished, deprived of medical care and beaten. she was found dead of a bedroom floor. davis was found guilty of first-degree murder. >>darya: we are back with more in a couple of minutes to get you going as we head into the weekend. friday morning is looking pretty good.
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