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truth to that? >> i am not aware of recruiting former bart employees but let's not forget the fact that we do have time for two sides to come to an agreement for fear contract and that is what we are focused on rory here. with two weeks to go before that august 4th deadline >> reporter: using optimistic? >> (laughter) i'm not a part of the tubs lie do know that there is time to get it done. i am not apart of talks. reporting in oakland scott rates kron 4 news. >> catherine: two recent robberies in oakland may be connected. last night not long before 8-pm - this glenview district radio shack was being robbed by two men. one
two suspectsan adult male and one juvenile were taken into custody otis redding the third >> reporter: two-man have already been sent to prison for this rape. on trial now are these two men both are charged with pink rape. embraced with a foreign object. they could be convicted of lesser charges. alleged to have had in a course in one has touched the private parts of the female involved. these deliberations really won by not too long at all. 17 hours and one was 11 hours.
>> catherine: so they have the verdict what is next? >> reporter: a lot of the witnesses are unreliable. some were at the game great so their memories are some one end and someone out in some are contradicted statements. the jurors deciding which of the witnesses to be believed. >> catherine: thank you again. >> catherine: last night not long before atm the glenn bill of distant radio shack was being robbed by two men one to spot two suspects and on an adult male and one juvenile were taken into custody. everything happened within 30 minutes. played one of his father's
>> reporter: >> 1 walks in and write to the computer takes it and runs out. the other kid has amassed over his face and simulating a gun under his study. . >> reporter: taking off in this linking you see here creche on the side. >> the driver of that vehicle did not stop there was a pursuit that run from oakland to emeryville. the driver at the bill crash for legacy behind me. >> reporter: taken into custody. >> investigators are falling of not only with an appealing but also looking to looking collectively at the items rick received from
the car to see if there's a shared with other robberies. >> catherine: most famous songs at the grand opening of san francisco's newest park. some of the lyrics of 'sitting on the dock of the bay" will be engraved at the brannan street wharf. the two acre park is made up of walkway. it used to be a dilapidated pier. supporters say it was a long time coming.but it was put on the fast track in order to get the space ready for the america's cup. >> this is the project >> catherine: we are having problems with his sound. >> catherine: the park cost 25 million dollars.
the money to pay for it came from the port, the federal government and 3 million in city bond money. grant onfb page dedicated to twitter >> reporter: is not a mug shot is far from it. on twitter boycotts rolling stone has been trending today. and already facebook has been created dedicated to boycott the popular magazine. the kron4 page has literally received hundreds of the common-sense riposted this subject for says is their right but not the right thing to do. stones were they doing that
was this slap in the page for all of those victims creamy as a subscriber. jane: for deranged people looking to follow in his footsteps, this just gives them added motivation. seems like very poor judgment to me. >> reporter: no one is supporting role and stones at least on our facebook page. at least tell the store without placing his face on the front page. or how about placings of the heroes pictures on the face and telling the story inside. coming up this is the scene at the port of oakland right now. >> jacqueline: you will see clearing along the north bay coast line sunny skies pretty much everywhere else. at the calls line were seeing very much change. 88
and antioch and 83 in concord with 82 and napa. and the low 70's at the coast line. tonight the fog will return clearing faster tomorrow but you will see is covering virtually the entire bay area tomorrow morning. you will see clearly in most parts switches warmer temperatures in mourning saturday. >> catherine: where operations are set tothat's after they were shut down all day. >> catherine: the port unions agreed not to work for 24-hours in tribute to a worker who died on the job yesterday afternoon. 47-year-old joy daniels suffered some kind of medical problem while operating equipment at han- jin shipping. >> later. >> catherine: even though it was a union decision to
honor her with a work stoppage, some longshoremen were caught off-guard. >>i'm frustrated. i kind of feel bad for the girl that passed away. a lot of respect to her. but at least they should get the guys that are here, get them going." >> catherine: port is investigating the circumstances surrounding that woman's death. >> catherine: what she is saying now about their criticism regarding her comments from the juror from the zimmerman trial.
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>> catherine: of george zimmerman are trying to distance themselves made by a fellow juror. a woman known only as "juror b-37" talked to cnn -- explaining why she believes zimmerman was not guilty of racism.and not guilty of murder or manslaughter. those other jurors 'also' obviously voted to acquit -- but clearly don't want to dwell on that. story.
>> reporter:protesters across the country have held demonstrations, addressing the role they believe race played in trayvon martin's death. >> reporter:.but juror b-37 doesn't think race had anything to do with it. >>"just because he was black, and george was spanish or puerto rican.i don't think it had anything to do with >> reporter:since her exclusive interview with c- n-n's anderson cooper, four other jurors have come forward -- not to speak, but to once again ask for privacy. >> reporter:their statement read, in part: "we. understand there is a great deal of interest in this case. but we ask you to remember we are not public officials and we did attention in our lives. we also wish to point out that the opinions of b-37 expressed on the anderson cooper show were her own and not in any way representative of the jurors listed below." >> reporter:at times, juror b-37 says she thought there would be a hung jury.because one of the other jurors said she had a family issue and wanted to leave.
>> ".and we convinced them, 'no, you can't leave. you can't do this. we have been in this too long to walk out now.'" >> reporter:the statement from four jurors calls their experience highly emotional and physically draining. >> reporter:they say, in the end, they felt they did what the law required them to do. >> catherine: a sixth juror, b-29, remains silent. her thoughts -- and the identities of these six women -- may always be a mystery. i'm andrew spencer, >> catherine: in a statement from cnn, the juror said her comments reflected her own opinions. she also said they gave her a change to "vent some of the anguish" she's had since the trial began. she's not planning on giving any other interviews. >> catherine: house republicans continue to express concern about the immigration bill passed by the senate. bill. house speaker john boehner says the senate plan doesn't do enough to fix the system. >>"we are trying to be
deliberative in terms of how we deal with all of these issues, both fixing the problem with border security, internal enforcement, how to fix a broken legal immigration system, and yes we got the problem with those who are here that are undocumented. and so i'm continuing to work with our committee chairman, as is the majority leader, to do their work. and and some point to make sure that we get these bills to the floor in an organized fashion." >> catherine: the senate bill provides an for the 11 million illegal immigrants in the u-s. president obama says he hopes a bill will pass by the fall. >> catherine: one of the four south korean pilots of the asiana flight that crashed at sfo is being treated for psychological by the incident. south korean authorities say the pilots were hospitalized after getting medical checkups. they've been questioned by investigators from both the u-s and south korea. under south korean law. airline pilots can face up to three years in prison if convicted of negligence. >> reporter: bikes stolen
from the walnut creek and the lafayette bart station. on tuesday morning a bike was taken from the double pleasanton station in late yesterday afternoon brought deaths were reported at plaza 10 as well as pleasant hill and milk grave. most of the bikes had cable store cut. trekking crime and grant lotus kron 4 news. >> gary: >> jacqueline: portions of our inland valleys warming trend in to friday with last fall evesham day. less fog each day. a little patchy is back to the media bay shores and then to the coast line.
it will clear faster and temperatures will be warmer out there tomorrow. in the '80s by noon. it will keep to the 60 degree temperatures by the coast line. so here's what looks like running largely in the '80s. 80 to one san jose, 85 and the valleys. for our our inland valleys we will get some of those low 90s tomorrow. 91 in plaza 10 and 88 in concord. east bay shores is largely in the '70s. upper 60s tomorrow for center cisco. san fransisco.
to my will be a little warmer and. when all of the no. 0 pick up bringing warmer conditions beckoned low 90s. sunday and early next week things will cool off a little bit. >> reporter:take a look at this. a south carolina man is brought back from the dead -- and it was all caught on camera! >> reporter:a group of a men were playing basketball in a church when one of the players suddenly had a heart attack! >> reporter:he says the last thing he remembers is going for a layup. you can see the man highlighted running back up the court when he suddenly collapses. >> reporter:other players quickly started cpr on him but still got no pulse, then one player grabs a defibrillator and shocks gilliard, bringing him back to life.
>>"i do remember seeing the lights, laying on my back and coming to." >>"right at the end, all the men that were playing and had just got through helping me, they all kneeled at center court and that's the picture i'm going to try and experience." >> reporter:that's right. after the frightening experinece the knelt down and prayed. >> catherine: stay with us more news.
>> reporter:mountain view police confirmed wednesday the allegations came to light after a parent at the little acorn preschool complained about a staff member to the county department of families and child services >> reporter:the mother of a another student, wishing to remainparents are angry and feel betrayed. >> very angry because we we trust these schools the basically to care for children so we hope that, they take care of our children and then we find this out and it is very disturbing >> reporter: pastor tim boyer confirmedthat a letter went out to parents stating that the accused staff- member is now on paid leave and that the school is cooperating with police, who are not ready to say whether other students are involved.
>> we are interviewing all of the students current and past. >> reporter:the staff member has not been arrested or charged but this parent wants her questions answered. >> i think everyone one this to and occurred and we want to know the truth. >> reporter: in mountain view rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> reporter: we just received this video into the news room not exactly sure what is wrong with the monorail. but it is not work the and not movie and 20 people are being held down onto a list. and apparently people are out there is getting washer because is will hot out there to baker water. no reports of any
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some argue the cover glamorizes terrorism. and now two major retailers are refusing to sell the issue. kron 4's justine waldman joins us now with what rolling stone is saying. justine? >> catherine: >> reporter:here is the cover. with a picture of 19- year old dzhokhar tsarnaev on the front. the issue goes on sale friday. as of now cvs, walgreen's, stop and shop and other major retailers *will not sell it. under the picture that tsarnaev took of himself. is the title "the bomber." the magazine says the article traces how "a bright kid with a charming future became a monster." i read the article. it details his childhood growing up in cambridge to how he >> >> reporter: later told his parents tall and two people lived inside of him.
>> reporter:rolling stone editors justified the cover by saying.tsarnaev is in the same age group as many of its readers, making it important for the magazine to examine the issue. >> reporter:people i spoke to about the cover choice. and they tell me it goes to far. >> reporter:rolling stone responded readers and put out this statement. >> it is pretty and inappropriate. >> i think it sends the wrong message to young people. >> i do not believe that i would buy the magazine but in the picture he looks pretty glamorized, it's a good picture he looks pretty well together. >> do not believe it's good that they're giving him that much publicity. that's why he committed the crime because he went to be noticed. in the church is getting exactly what they want. what he wants.
>> reporter: dan stone responded to readers in put out this statement. "our hearts go out to the victims of the boston marathon bombing, and our thoughts are always with return to index of stories.. >> reporter:".the cover story we are publishing this week falls within the traditions of journalism and rolling stone's long- standing commitment to serious and thoughtful coverage of the most important political and cultural issues of our day. >> reporter:boston's mayor tom menino sent a letter to the magazine. slamming it for rewarding a terrorist with celebrity treatment. >> reporter:and if you want to read the full rolling stone article on the boston bomber. we posted it on our website. kron4.com. >> reporter: questionable cover out in 1970.when it featured
charles mandon.manson. peninsula. >> catherine: the cleveland man accused of holding three women captive in his home for more than a decade has pleaded not guilty to hundreds of counts of kidnapping and rape. ariel castro pleaded not guilty today to more than 600 'new' charges.for a total of 977 charges. the 53-year-old is accused of kidnapping amanda berry, michelle knight and gina dejesus. he's being held on eight-million-dollars bon >> catherine: the adopted son of jerry sandusky wants a new last name. he's filed for a legal name change for himself - and his wife and children. jerry sandusky is the former penn state assistant coach who was convicted last year of sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15-year period. he's serving a prison sentence of 30-to-60 years. then the charges first surfaced - his son denied ever being abused by his adoptive father. but later, during jury
deliberations in sandusky's trial, he admitted to police that he had also been abused. >> reporter: firefighters are battling a fast moving wildfire inat least 19- structures have been destroyed including 3 houses and 3 mobile homes. and dozens of homes and an animal sanctuary have been evacuated. the wildfire started monday in the mountains between palm springs and hemet and has surged in size to roughly 14- square miles. the fire is only 10- percent contained.the cause still under investigation >> jacqueline: we did wake up to widespread fog today. we're still building up the spot at the coastline but not as bad as yesterday. the san mateo bridge you can still see some of the edge of that fog over the hill. the other to the north of you are seeing clear skies as well. how of the north
still picking up season clearing of the san mateo coastline. here's a look at current conditions. temperatures running in the upper 50s and los 60s near the coast line. away from the coast by still warm with a 9 degree sprit 84 in pleasanton and 83 in concord. south bay las 70's and upper 70's for the north bay. so here is what to expect as we head into tomorrow creek widespread fog coverage with a fall in the morning and was set clear not much change in the coast. temperatures back into '90s to moderate as we see less and less fog each day. more on that taking
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next summer. >> reporter: everyone looking for any kind of sign or body language or finger movement to sing to signal when the feds will be an >> and bring this up again and again and again in seems likely to the store weekly now. >> reporter: he says there's no preset chords purities this back off. if inflation
heats up we will cut back on stimulus pure is jobs heat up we will cut back on stimulus. but not until then. >> reporter: first it seemed like it was a great thing and now be seen to launder as everyone tries to reach into every adult thing he says. >> i do like the transparency. no one is gaining in it from a lack of transparency. >> reporter: bank of america of the latest beta well fargo and j.p. morgan... >> bops box and banks are not popular to like. this is a big bay and coming out strong numbers there campeau
is good to their credit de fault it's good. i like what i am seeing is a very healthy sign. with your a pub brother you are a plumber judge your teacher dr. you like to see banks doing well. >> reporter: >> future of the internet or wireless tv will be about it is not sticking right now creek. never mix and apple are doing a very nice job. netflix and apple . google has approached one appetizer and has shown them what's next. so we will continue to progress the
devices. i have my next, apple ipad tunes, and many more occurred and was he would go with the vice do it does in the future. google device barbie >> reporter: snot demand to well? barbie's are not doing too well >> i think is just a sign of the times. mattel and barbie are products that drive wall street with their accessories but people are doing things more technology driven down.
>> catherine: nordstrom for example in picked up on light signals a people's bones as it grows the software. 5000 stores wide they did not have any way of identifying individual shoppers and they did not store that information. >> jacqueline: still back in the '80s with 89 in antioch. 80 and santa rosa and even our bay shores had a bomb with a few 70's. bump. temperatures will be mild
but fog will clear faster. we concede sunshine everywhere else and fog will return in the evening near the coast line. low clouds extended into the delta with tackiness. patchy. the temperature lyse staying on the cool side. 67 in san francisco, 70's largely in the '70s tomorrow and '60s in berkeley. 72 for oakland and 75 per alejandro. east bay inland valleys will have a few 90 degree temperatures. 89 in
danville and 91 in pleasanton with 95 in brentwood and 94 livermore. 82 in sunnyvale, 83 inds four santa clara up in the north bay also low 80s tomorrow. 84 and napa and getting into and the '90s in fairfield. we will see less fog into friday and saturday. in to sunday and monday the fog will return. looking at temperatures and conditions about average. >> reporter: proud to have
attended one of the first integrated grade schools. she is a form of grade school and our spirit has nine children and 26 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. she stays up on current events. but watching the news lately has troubled her. critically protest. >> we have to be careful not to overreact to be problems that we have seen in the past. >> reporter: her advice to future generations to always be kind and considerate and concerned about the well- being of your brothers and sisters. >> reporter: a lovely lady to all of us here happy 104th birthday mrs. clark here's wishing you many and many more!
(male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >>knock knock , good morning the reason i stopped you is for your speed before you went through the tunnel you were at 30 miles per hour and then when you got out of the tunnel you were tailgating that prius kinda close the speed limit on presidio parkway is 35 miles per hour unless otherwise posted however many driver seem to miss the signs. all the signs >> reporter: the driver of this pourche was paced at 58 lets listen to what he has to say >>so i was heading to the city to a meeting and i was going too fast so they pulled me over in that construction zone you are suppose to be doing 35 i was
going almost sixty in sorry i didn't realize it's a construction zone >> reporter:i'm glad he mentioned that it is a construction zone which is part of the reason the speed is so low. now you do realize that a construction zone is a double fine zone right >>this driver was clocked at 65 miles per hour, i wasn't sure if i was going too fast i didn't know the speed limit but yea i was going 65 are you aware of what the speed limit is ah now i am what is it it about 45 going through the tunnel really 35 ahhh this driver was clocked at 64 miles per hour almost double the posted speed limit thoughts >> i'll try not wo wind up on your segment, oh it s too
late for that hahahah twice of the drivers caught most were pushing 55 miles per hour plus but this dirver was well into 65 mile per hour range and he agreed to talk until i presented the camera then >>actually, i don't want to talk to you, but you just >> reporter: said you wanted to talk to me, you changed you mind yea >> i changed my mind i don't need this on tv naw im ok >> reporter:well remember the speed limit through the presidio parkway is 35 unless other posted and the marin officewhere if you drive double the speed limit you might just pay double the fine in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e- mail us at 'people behaving badly' at kron- four-dot- com. look at 'em.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: their only 10 people and operate trains accurate not union members in getting a full staff to take months they say. mark has a 15 month safety training between operators but no one can take the class what the union is working others recommend idle trains for
>> reporter: will the members of 80 local 15 to 55 has made it very clear if it is another strike at this time it would be a much longer strike and a long sought a few weeks ago. today i talked to the president of bell local and he and i asked her about the possibility of barred hiring replacement employees if there were a long drawn out strike. she told me that the safety of the writers, our main concern. should the employees that operate a train is put through a 15 week training course bart has 10 employees that are not in the union and say they may be enough to not run a train on a skeletal crew but there's so many questions as to how long it would take to get a train up and running if a strike were to appear with replacement employees. bart one on to say that she did not believe
bart would have any luck brandy and retired bart employees. simply because they were all union workers and they feel that all of them for at least most of them will be behind local steve teen 55. 15155 local 1555. both parties are still a long way apart. and not even close to doing that but we will have to wait and see. i'm told and negotiations will resume to o'clock friday morning scott rates kron 4 news. >> catherine: and you probably remember this man. the net demand that went on a tirade a few weeks ago. nonetheless to to say this has given them a gold standard security rating.
safety drills, staff drills and >> catherine: and there are new numbers from the san jose police department today is a case of good news that new spirit 10% of what was last year. down 16% with the recent gang 33% in san jose with 33 percent people killed and five more people have been killed since july 1st. in san jose san jose says san jose police is it there is a positive change but they understand that the homicide rate explains the different serious problem. gang-related homicides are
also down so far police could not offer a clear-cut explanation as to why the overall number is on the rise. >> that is type of crimes is most susceptible. multi layer approach to reducing gang-related dink related activity. if you look at the of the trends you're seeing more domestic homicides. rolled reach and others. for the most part of most of them are isolated incidents.
jury part and the gang rape of the 16 year-old. it happened outside richmond high school homecoming dance back in 2009. there will be rid tomorrow afternoon at 130 stay with kron4. we will have a full report on kron 4 news at fox is no >> reporter: is no day 7 in search for young daphne was up. deafening her father was reported missing a week ago. you have a live report coming up at the bottom of the hour. catherine?
>> catherine: surveillance shows a woman taking a baby boy in and leaving him alone a few minutes later arrested she have been fighting substance of the spirit is not clear yet if the woman will be allowed to adopt him. if no suitable family member can be found to the child but typically go to a foster home. >> catherine: it was a brutal attack caught on surveillance video you see her being kicked their in happened in the early morning hours the upright week. on market endorsed her >> reporter: police say they had a number of kids come in as they released this chilling video purists the man that committed a brutal assault is still a mystery.
three other people were taken into custody with connection of the robbery in the victim. those three people appeared in court for preliminary hearings charges were discharge against one man occurred due to insufficient evidence. chin named davis a 21 year old oakland woman are being held on $175,000 bill each. four rory is an attempted robbery charges for allegedly stealing the victims pursed and cellphone. >> catherine: police say that when they stopped in yester day they drove away
when asked for a license. just taking off police say that the b&w had been stolen from costa costa county county. >> catherine: junk essentially your approach to man filling their cars with gas and police say he then began stabbing the man before running away. the victims were hospitalized and are expected to survive. a warrant out for the arrest. >> catherine: and radio shack and land deals district was rocked last night pure >> usury to the employees at
the store. the timing. one woman went to the store and purchased a bottle of water and was gone five minutes and had and that quick. >> catherine: and hiked a high-speed chase could be connected to their real shack robbery. >> reporter: it is nasty! made here from their native asia and a fruit crops and fruit flies and the reproduce like crazy laying maggots on fruit. my apologies if you are eating. they are applied a pesticide on trees and utility poles near one near where one was recently captured. this pesticide goals on the trees expected to attract
male while fruit flies and kill them before they can breed. in east san jose and see them being treated. roads and white robes down the east and tully wrote to the south part is pose no threat to humans or pets. it would be sprayed the next two months and people and pets stated not to be at risk. >> jacqueline: clear by now have the fog rolling back and are temperatures right now are still pretty one far away from the coastline warm. at the coastline only in the upper 50s. surly warmer to die away from the coast. so i will show you how warm it will get coming
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>> reporter: to talk about the lack of response for the windows and vandalizing property spirit in has done so by less that one twitter at flora was hit and hit with a hammer and is now recuperating some businesses have been closing up early but they say this is affecting their bottom line. >> because business costing employes that are sent home costar in wages and the cities of loss of it had
sales revenue. the violence and destruction of property accurate imitation and intimidation of customers in people who travel about their regular life is not acceptable and can not be allowed to continue. pish another 1 percent without of businesses where they were people are counting on the windows and was fighting to them. they elected to store to buy food and go to the restaurant by something to eat without worries. >> reporter: in the meantime although understaffing has workers working extra hours and on their days off to pull to enforce police presence so that there will be no more of the violent outburst. security plans,
scanners there are tens of thousands of these things nationwide that could be at test two police cars and bridges and buildings. captures images the information then goes to the databases and contribute weeks even years later. law- enforcement officials argue said that is legal and ac use its stricter rules are needed. >> catherine: six people are missing and the bridges and washed up in china appeared with having flooding. cars were up reportedly on that bridge when you see that is collapsing your rescuers are moving tried to get to them witnesses say that gas pipeline in this area snapped at police and has not been fixed. >> catherine: and the penalty phase of retrial for joy areas probably would not start until september. she was back in court on tuesday for hearing
convicted in may for killing her ex-boyfriend. now her lawyers are trying to do with the canted keeper of death row. >> reporter: and >> reporter: for four months had a daily change of clothes war for makeup and glasses. tuesday's hearing was to find out when in a merger would decide if she should get the death penalty for killing her ex- boyfriend travis alexander. areas was convicted of first-degree murder for shooting alexander in the head and stabbing him nearly 30 times. areas claimed she was a victim of abuse. and could not remember killing her ex-boyfriend. >> you have any memories of slashing ms. alexander's throat? >> know. >> reporter:
>> what she did was horrendous and what i did was follow the law and i feel like exactly what i was struck to do. >> reporter: new jury hopes to start working late september will only be deciding her penalty. whether she should live or die. prosecutors will present a mini version of the case and the brutality of the murder. affectively >> more they see her and the more they hear her talk she becomes a human being and not a monster. >> reporter: if the next three like the first can decide what to do with her the death penalty goes away and the trial judge will determine how argentine. cnn
the hour. >> jacqueline: so here's a look a fog trucker for tomorrow morning widespread fog with a little patchy for the delta this time. by 10 just on our immediate they shores. the spectacles like at one. about 2:00 in the morning. as to look a futurecast is the blue on your screen. 70's and 80's by noon. we even start to see a hint of '90s out there tomorrow. up towards the north bank so coastline
temperatures low sixties again ease the shores may lead in the '60s. 75 for san leandro, and 79 for union city. 95 in britain would. 89 and then deal and largely in the low eighties for south bay. 82 in san jose and sunnyvale. and the north pay a lot of eighties as well was 84 and now but in petaluma. and look at the extended forecast with a smile a little warmer than it was today. we'll be back after this.
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>> reporter: this information just coming into the video is burning in southern california. three of 400 homes in deck which orders are said. nancy the huge pool of small credit there. right there. about 60 homes were already under evacuation orders. and seven have been under will continue to stay on top of this spirit a day just wild fire right now in california.
>> reporter: meanwhilea massive whale trapped some 50 miles off the coast of virginia beach. a local fisherman and experienced diver decides to help the whale tangled in fishing rope. sailor adrian colaprete jumps into the water from his boat nearby. fearlessly, he cuts the lines and frees the whale after the rope was cut the tangled fishing gear sank to the bottom of the ocean and >> it was kind of scary at first but pretty tricky. it kind of stopped and gave me a little window to get down there. it was a perfect spot back there behind the till to make a cut. >> reporter: the whale swam away free. northern right whales are the most endangered of all large whales. when we return, we'll go live to oakland where people have gathered for a vigil
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: it's now been a week since oakland police, the f-b-i and other agencies began searching for 21- month-old daphne webb. >> catherine: there's new information on her mother -- kiana davis-webb. court documents say she was found by a pedestrian in her car, passed out a-- fter mixing vicodin and alcohol. daphne was sitting in the back of the car. a judge -- in april -- ordered her not to harm daphne, and to destroy all of her vidodin. also -- to take anger management and parenting classes. >> catherine: the last time anyone saw the baby with either parent -- was in late june. nearly three weeks ago.
>> catherine: a lot of people want to help find daphne alive and safe -- and back with her family. >> catherine: there is an ongoing vigil.. kron-4's jeff bush is live in oakland -- at 79th avenue and international boulevard. that's near the spot where daphne was reportedly abducted. jeff? >> reporter: on 79 international most of the family are gathered here. oakland police have been looking for destiny and several other locations. daphne webb. they have been searching for her over and m. l. k. shoreline park. hoping that someone knows affirmation of where she could be pure it like >> as it wicket if we did
this come together as a community if someone has heard or seen something to please come forward and let us know anything. someone knows something in which is hoped that they come forth and help bring your home. >> reporter: dan the vigil is just getting to it on its way. same prayers and thinking about her and hoping that someone knows where she is. live in oakland kron pour news. >> catherine: bart talks don't seem to be making much progress. in fact - there could be another strike.and this one could last months -- not days. >> reporter: replacement workers would have to go through a 15 week course if they could not start until after the strike has
started. so there is a lot of complex issues the tabletop the work force a week have to wait and see if that would happen. meanwhile local 1555 president says she has concerns of something like that did happen the safety of the public would be put at risk. so both parties are always still far away from a contract they're supposed be back at 2:00 in the morning that the negotiation table. >> reporter: there is all great not just on the internet but those in boston who says the cover is out of taste and glorifies terrorism. if you want to read the full article you can on our website kron4 telecom
the homeless listen to this. according to the san francisco police department and highway patrol many of people squawking on the freeways are registered sex offender spirit >> reporter: and some are wanted felons that are using the crawlspaces to escape. >> reporter: also found on capp used syringes. the problem is many do not come out they just crawl in deeper and with the police out. and after the police leaves because pre dangers to them this crime and side because many of the cross rate of with a booby traps. they wait and crawl down from the crawlspace. >> reporter: how do they get in in the first place? >> reporter: they crawl at an interest tests on railroad tracks property and
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football video game. the current contract expires in june 2014, but our timing is based on the need to provide ea notice for future planning. as a result, the ncaa football 2014 video game will be the last to include the ncaa's name and logo. we are position regarding the use games. but given the current is not in the best interests of the ncaa. >> catherine: gary with sports and more next
dolphin had on the fourth of july east made a huge mistake stay away from other nfl teams. heavily criticized in some corners for worry that hat. meanwhile esp and awards kapernick began turned out as johnny mandel had a busy day. kapernick really turned it out. read it seems to be the color now. lebraun james and a red tuxedo. this kid is doing too much... remember for the most part these are older people criticizing a younger guy on how to live. sold the only time to meet it looking at a guy personally is when his
production slips. so so far, this guy is king. not as broad as he wins. is his head getting to big? not as long as he wins! >> gary: suffering a fourth concussion of his career appeared he was released today he will need a team that will take a chance on him. once upon a time a great, great prospect. >> gary: reaching a long- term contract to continue as head coach ben severe was assigned up to 2015 and stanford not seen a land of the contract or how much it
is in far as far as dollars and cents. you have to figure she would be here through 20. then severe one of the all-time greats. vandervere! a legend and the bay area. >> gary: on monday night they will open the gates to the coliseum on friday night one hour early so fans can come out and watch his batting practice. july 26th the home game against the angels the gates will open at 430 and you can go out and see him lose a baseballs over the fence. >> gary: a cam about $5 to
see that game. one of the major sponsors remain with tiger woods when he had personal problems is staying with him a little while longer. nike is estimated at a little over $20 million annually. tomorrow he is expected to land his first championship of the british open in. >> gary: and tiger woods, he had made mistakes and he would to which you by nike would tiger woods' name on it? >> catherine: i would buy 90 but not with any player's
name on it but that's just me. >> gary: just moved on to just move on! >> gary: the newest warrior golden state beat milwaukee bought 8472. last season and the warriors for five in all-0 in the thing they do is a big deal. for 20 years summer camp would like to learn from them now? it yaks, and they are winners! yes!
>> gary: talk about academics for the kids. >> it is not just focusing on basketball we are trying to focus on academics in really takes both to be successful and go to the next level in so many ways. in just a good quality of life. and benefit from a college education. >> gary: he was just in here a few months ago or the early smart guy. overall from england. allowed him to overtake spain initiating five seconds and had switching to a higher speed. >> catherine: (laughter) >> gary: when we come back we talked to the audience
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: the tour to were all a lot of people can be angry as can be! legal #1 >> hey gary, some of the forty-niners were upset about kapernick where a dolphin attacked what you think about this? >> reporter: a more interesting and the young man's hair. bassam hear! a young man leave cap alone. my gosh we should all be so lucky to have the biggest stress be the 49er quarterback or another hat.
war another hat. >> gary: #2 >> did think you're running to be awarded all stars and b.p.? >> gary: yes he walked out but anyway it was fantastic young lady and i think they had 100 percent on the nose no. 3. >> gary: tiger net tiger has some one has and what a major in six years the he seems to be the only golfer you talk about on the air. >> >> gary: >> hey gary on the recent
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