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are fairly small so any rate that we already have for you is a very light. it's actually more like a missed out there. some light rain and the north bay up toward santa rosa. also areas of san jose and out for livermore and pleasanton. you could see the areas of cream ride around your screen right around dublin in a change for you may have to use your windshield wipers. the ground maybe a little wet for portions of the 80 corridor but not talking significant downpour anything like that. we still have a lot of those typical- tropical. we are off to a fairly warm start. the upper 60s after phil gramm now .
flick of the screen on your screen which means very light and nature. we will start to clear things out as we head into the afternoon. your kron 47 day around the bay forecast shows zero chance for rain expect the rain of much morning fog at afternoon sunshine. temperatures around a seasonal average as we carry out into the weekend. by saturday and sunday, we will be in the upper 80s palo '70s around the bay in the 60s along the coasts. we
also had an earlier accident east on direction of the bay bridge however that is currently in the clearing status. take a look at for westmount riding. no problems or no delays and traffic is moving smoothly as hubble went into the city. if the san mateo bridge traffic is moving well in both directions. you drive times of to 13 minutes and yourself, no one is also looking good. a bit foggy out there but no incidents to report as you work your way as the days. for >>james: earth'sa small plane crash at south lake tahoe kills a palo alto man. a close friend of the victim talks about what happened. >>: wonderful people. i will miss him. karen is doing pretty well >>james: the pilot was
killed in that crash. his wife. the only other person on board was injured - but expected to survive. the couple has been identified as steven and karen lefton as kron 4's alecia reid reports friends say the couple was fun-loving and ready to have a good time. >>anny: alicea:this is what's left after a single- engine mooney m20 crashed in the woods. pilot steven lefton was flying the plane with his wife karen on board. the el dorado county sherriff's office says the plane lost altitude soon after taking off. it crashed into some large pine trees, flipped over, then banked into a wooded area near the lake tahoe airport. the couple's neighbor jerry brenholz says the two were avid travellers.
>>:sot - sometimes he'd ask me hey jerry wanna fly with me? but im always hesitant with single engine planes. it's tragic you know. karen was pinned inside an off-duty nurse spotted the wreckage while walking her dog. she provided aid and comfort until medics arrived. steven died on impact. karen --- who sustained moderate injuries--- was rushed to a hospital in reno - and is expected to survive. >> very very nice people. really wonderful. they really enjoyed lifethey were just always happy. one of the runways at new york's laguardia airport was shut down after a rough landing by a southwest flight. withthe nose wheel of the plane collapsed right after the plane touched down. happened.
net doubled wages moment when the people were about to lose it but nobody loftus of the was a good thing appear >>anny: 10 passengers were treated at the scene. six others were taken to a hospital for minor injuries. 150 people were on the southwest flight - headed from nashville to laguardia. by now you've probably heard the news. prince william and his wife catherine, duchess of cambridge have welcomed their first child into the world. it's a boy, who weighed 8 pounds and six ounces. though we don't know his name, the little prince of cambridge is a cause for celebration in london. andrew spencer has the
story. memo people share their excitement to witness the fanfare. >>: i want to tell my children that i was here when the possible monarchs was born. i am very excited. this woman says she expected different news. i was really expecting a girl. >>: prime minister offered his congratulations to prince william and his wife kathryn on the new baby. >>: people will be willing- wishing at the royal couple well. this is a wonderful moment. we have a brand new debt and brand new baby boy it. stay with kron 4 as we continue to follow the latest developments surrounding britain's newest prince.
" >>anny:we're only two weeks away from another possible bart strike. bart management and bart unions are trying to come to an agreement before the august 4th deadline. no face to face talks for the rest of the week. however, the state mediator did schedule meetings with the unions - not with bart. one of the unions put out a 40-page report - criticizing barts lead negotiatorthomas hock. ifsaying he's been involved in negotiations that have resulted in seven transit strikes since 2005. a bart spokesperson fired back
>>: i think should be made all well aware of the fact that these negotiators are not doing that. another strike is on his hand. >>: these are side issues of the smokescreen. we need to talk about the economic issues. the current proposals require double increase fares for our writers. when the subsequent discussions. >>anny: the bart unions say hock is gone for the next 10 days. bart says he's gone for 5 days. but is available by phone. something that was previously agreed upon by the mediator. bart still thinks there's time to reach a new contract. the next face to face talks are set to start on the 30th. twenty four county clerks
>>anny:a couple of divers off the coast of central california got a very - "very" close look at two humpback whales. they were in the water -- near their boat -- when the whales surprised everybody. take a closer look. the divers were only a few feet away when the two humpbacks jumped out of the water. they weren't trying to hurt the divers.and probably
weren't even paying much attention to them. the whales had been feeding on sardines. the divers were fine.and now have a great story to tell. watch as a fierce momma bear in southern california frantically tries to free her cub after it got trapped inside a garbage dumpster. the rescue attempt happened in a forest parking lot in azusa. the mother bear was not giving up on figuring out a way to open the lid to get one of her babies out. another of her cubs was there too for moral support. fish and wildlife officials came to the rescue and scared mom and her cub away long enough to lift the lid so the trapped cub could climb out. after being stuck inside for about 20 minutes, the cub did find its way to freedom. >>vicki: we do have
>>erica: in san francisco, oakland and those of you in a word you are working up to dry conditions. you consider this past the dublin grade we are dealing with some light rain. you will need to use your windshield wipers for portions of the nep nimitz freeway. turning our attention to the south bay, this is where we are seen low shot activity. this friend that we are seeing is very light in nature. most people are not filling it. looks like of the shower activity will start to taper off into the afternoon hours. temperatures still fairly warm out there so it will fill a little muddy
with temperatures in the upper 60s for antioch, 65 in pleasanton. downtown's san francisco not to bet at 57 degrees and 59 in santa rosa. take a look at your headlines, looked like we will see some birds of sunshine and expect a lot of high clouds. we have high tropical cloud checking around. temperatures also not too different in comparison to what we saw 24 hours ago. sunnyvale 82 degrees. plenty of eighties here in the east bay. 87 degrees today and pleasanton. downtown's san francisco today with a high of 66 degrees. a few degrees warmer through berkeley below 80 slated for napa. expect a 0 percent chance of rain. traffic around the bay
area looking pretty good. not-during any hot spots of blood to want to give you a quick bridge check. as you approach the bay bridge toll plaza, you will notice. live look at the san mateo bridge shaping up to be atypical commute three your drive times as 12 to 13 minutes and southbound 101 not seeing any cars during that turn our attention to the shore freeway everything looks good on the runway sensors. it drive time from about two san francisco currently running at 23 minutes. >>anny:two stunt-men are being hailed -- after rescuing a woman dangling from a 14th floor balcony. you can see the woman
standing on the edge of the balcony. john carroll has the story -- that was all caught on camera. groot >>:the shouts from the street were frantic. the scene up above. heart stopping. >>:we looked up. about 14 stories up and this girl was on the outside of the rail preparing to go. police told 10news the woman was intoxicated. depressed over the ending of a relationship. gregg sergeant and his crew bolted into action. first they had to scale a fence. then they found a building security guard. he let them in and they raced to the 14th floor. >>:burst into the room and she was on the patio. she'd even closed the door so we couldn't get to her.
but that wasn't about to stop these guys. watch as they slide open the glass door. then sergeant grabs her in a bear hug. while his comrades scott schecter and amos carver rushed in behind to help. fortunately carver was already wearing scaffolding rigging. >>:it was just real easy to grab something off and throw it around her and yank her entirely back in. and sounds of panic on the street turned to sounds of joy. the comparisons between these pretend heroes and real life ones is tempting. but it's not what these guys want. >>darya:it's natural for us. it's a little different for us. it's instinctive with our training to just respond and do what we did. we're just glad that everybody's ok.
>>james:michael jackson's mother has told a jury she believes the promoters of her son's ill-fated comeback concerts watched her son waste away before his death. katherine jackson testified yesterday that she didn't know about emails discussing her son's health until after a trial against a-e-gbegan nearly three months ago. the 83-year-old is suing aeg live, claiming it negligently hired the doctor convicted of giving her son an overdose of the anesthetic propofol. aeg denies wrongdoing. michael jackson's mother has told a jury she believes the promoters of her son's ill-fated comeback concerts
testified monday that she didn't know about emails discussing her son's health until after a trial against aeg live llc began nearly three months ago. the 83-year-old is suing aeg live, claiming it negligently hired the doctor convicted of giving her son an overdose of the anesthetic propofol. she told jurors that aeg's executives should have called her to discuss issues with jackson's health before his death in june 2009. she made the comments about aeg's actions after a lawyer for the company questioned her stated motive for the lawsuit, which she says is a search for the truth.
>>james: we are back. heavy rain in arizona has triggered flash flooding. roads have been washed out -- and there have been rescues.. stephanie elam has the story. >> reporter: at least half a dozen people brought to safety. >> this is pretty bad. i think the worst i have seen for three years now >> reporter: emergency crews brave a deep waters of that swallowed all cars and its way. one rescue after another after another. what
as emergency crews rushed to the aid of these to 90 year- old boys who crawled out of their submerged as you beat to a small patch of land nearby. >> at that point they're going with the flow of the water which was very powerful >> reporter: the helicopter hovered above loren a harness lifting one of the teenagers across the rising waters to safety. the second snap pictures of the scene. appearing to take a portrait self--minute rescue. this couple was saved stuck in a pickup truck for nearly an hour. a firefighter carries this woman to dry land as the water consumed her car. a similar faces this court that carry some 100 yds by the floodwaters. the driver was rescued. >> he got out of the vehicle and was sitting on top of it. the water was so high that you could not see the
have been a selling point for tvs for more than a decade but now companies like algae and samsung are making tvs with screens that are not flat. the new screens have " concave " screens or the middle been away from the viewer. the two companies are launching the tv's this week in the west. the sets have a suggested price of $50,000 and will be sold in some best buy stores. >>james: the fate of kids brought to the country illegally is on the table today. at the house works on a series of bills dealing with immigration after rejecting a copy of the senate measure. a house committee is holding a hearing on what to do about such child immigrants. leaders of the house the judiciary committee are expected to endorse the pact to citizenship for lee some of those immigrants. >>anny: the the house begins
considering a $600 billion spending measure today and unusual to party liberal democratic coalition has led to some amendments to be voted on. they collect on secret u.s. server was programs are requiring congressional approval for president barack obamas push to help steer and rebels agreed the nearly $600 billion defense spending bill is for the fiscal year beginning october 1st. >>james: about parents are picking up less of their children's college costs while grant scholarships now have the top row recovery the bills. according to a report from sally mae, more college-bound students have a limited school's research is based on cost and have relied less on their parents once they get to campus. parents incident off to make decisions on schools, majors and work schedules based on the price tag. last year, the average family turned grants and scholarships to cover 30 percent of college costs.
still wrapping around. you can see we have plenty of a tropical cloud up above and es some light rain for portions of the nimitz freeway. you'll probably need to use your windshield wipers on your way to the san mateo bridge. taking it down to the south bay, this is probably where we are seen at most showery activity. you can see green on your screen around evergreen, this is very light rain. more like a mist or drizzle. any future when chilled wipers as you head out to work or school. we will continue with unsettled weather throughout the morning. clouds are going to be very stubborn as it were yesterday. perhaps some light rain for the livermore valley. places like mountain view san jose. as to put the clock into motion, we will not a lot of the shower activity starts to taper off but even by lunchtime we do have the potential for some showers right around the delta for places like vallejo and perhaps
communities towards the golden gate bridge. as to take a lookup, a cloudy day. wel see birds of sunshine. it will feel very muggy and humid with afternoon highs and the upper 80s. 87 degrees for pleasanton today, 80 to your high and fairfield. a wide range of 70 for your east bayshore live in his 60s for half moon bay. in 7 day around the bay forecast highlights seasonal temperatures passed today. it was the upper 80s a lot ids for the warmest inland spots, temperatures and the seven is far bay shore and keep it in the '60s for the coast. traffic around the bay looking good however picking up a little bit of a weight into of those cash played at the bay bridge toll plaza. other than that, and easy ride with no incidents to report we do have a little bit of light rain heading to the san mateo bridge the want to make your way on the stand. very hazy we do have a low cloud.
>>james: the limousine fire on the san mateo bridge in early may was tragic and in part still a mystery. the new information is shedding light on what may have happened leading up to the fire. kron4's rob fladeboe talk to the limo driver to street life today about what your members of that fatal night. >>: i spoke to him twice that evening back-to-back because we were in the middle of an argument. >> reporter: success of tajikistan exactly when it was sometime before the fire erupted in the limo killing of five women >> i could hear music. when i started getting louder because he was not getting the point i did not want to
talk anymore and i received enough drama from him. he got upset and verbally started cussing me out. >> reporter: at that point the husband turned up the radio. she does not know whether not be arguing might have distracted her from that judge him from reacting. she says he cannot understand why he did not do more to help. >> he could have opened up the door and got the girls out. why he could not do the same. i really don't know. he says he was in a state of shock >> reporter: shot here with her husband and her two children, hernandez brown says she has a restraining order against him and she also says she expects to process on the accident and is hoping for a reconciliation >> i told him i don't want that money. i don't want no part of that money. i take a
dollar of that money i am haunted because your hands are dirty. i won my hands dirty there was >> reporter: no immediate response from orville brown or from his attorney. in san jose, rob fladeboe, kron4 news. >>anny: kron4 reached out to limo driver orville brown about what his estranged wife is no saint. this is another look at the level fire taken from helicopt a partnership with abc seven news. the group of nine women were heading to a private shower party. five women died. orville brown did not return our calls. however, days after the fire, he did specifically tell kron4 news that he was
not on the phone when the fire began and he was not play music but that wouldn't work. this is a brown or from our may interview. >> i did not have the music of. they had on in the back. >>anny: orville's brother of louis browns in just a statement saying " the brown family is more did the death of a beloved family member. we look forward to the official investigation. >>anny: as for the status of that investigation kron4 talk to and said they've interviewed his estranged wife and plan to do some follow-up work. the d.a.'s office is investigating to see if there was criminal wrongdoing create >>james: a man killed while trying to help victims of an alleged dui crash has been identified as 32 year-old kirk peterson of redwood
city. he was walking across south of 260-cent to 80 towards the exit just before 3:00 a.m. sunday when he was hit by another car and killed three people in the initial crash suffered minor injuries. the goals who know peterson are fairly deeply sorry for his new wife who was there when the crash happened. >> i don't know what she saw but she saw the results and that is too much. >>james: the driver who broke over the good samaritan is cooperating with investigators. it is not clear whether or not that driver will face any charges. >>anny:as construction continues on the new eastern span of the bay bridge, the opening date remains in limbo. that's bolts. and the time it will take to fix them. but while conventional wisdom now puts the opening in december or early next year.
a fall opening is not entirely off the table. kron 4's dan kerman explains. >>dan: the scheduled labor day weekend was postponed earlier this month because a permanent fix to those cracked bolts won't be done until december 10th that's installing a steel saddle. but that doesn't mean labor day is entirely off the table. but a lot of things have to come together and quickly. how is that possible? a panel of engineers has said a permanent fix isn't required to open the new span. in fact they say the first step to making that permanent fix, is good enough and will resolve any safety questions. that first step calls for inserting steel plates or shims to prevent the roadbed from moving too much in case of a quake the question is, is that enough until a permanent fix, is in place?
the toll bridge program oversight committee has asked the federal highway administration to weigh in if they agree it satisfies their concerns. and if the oversight committee itself agrees and if those shims can be manufactured and installed in time then we could see an earlier opening but again. a lot has to fall into place. dan kerman kron 4 news coming up on the kron four morning news. we have some light rain falling in some parts of the rain. erica will give us another update in about seven minutes from now. we will be right back.
the alleged victim - a city employee, irene mccormack announced the lawsuit yesterday. irene mccormack is the first accuser to come forward since former filner allies recently revealed sexual harassment allegations and demanded he resign. mccormack explained the inappropriate behavior that happened behind closed doors. >>:the past six months turned out to be the worst time of my entire working life. i had to work and do my job in an atmosphere where women were viewed by mayor filner as sexual objects or stupid idiots. i saw him place his hands where they did not belong on numerous women. i was placed in the filner headlock and moved around as a rag doll while he whispered sexual comments in my ear. mccormack resigned in june. the mayor has admitted he "failed to fully respect" the women who worked for and with him. but he denied sexual harassment and is refusing
to resign. san mateo police are searching for the man they say exposed himself and inappropriately touched a young girl this is surveillance video released by police. it happened last month at the barnes and noble on hillsdale boulevard in san mateo kron 4's scott rates talked to police and shows us how close investigators are to tracking down the suspect >>: investigators have told me they have generated several tips since this video first aired and now they are trying to sort through some of those steps in order to generate some solid leads in passing- check-in this subject. you concede is very disturbing video as this man lores this young victim to the back corner of a store. this child was just in the children's book section what all this happened and you can see it was then a short time later when de young victim comes walking out of the back area followed by the suspect. investigators want you to take a very close look at this guy. he
is described as a caucasian man approximately 6 ft. tall. he was wearing a fishing hats. he also had on sunglasses and was wearing tan cargo pants. of course if you had any information that could help investigators track this guy down, the san mateo police department would like to hear from you tonight. reporting in san mateo, scott rates, kron 4 news. >>anny: we will take a quick break here on the kron4 morning news of first a live look outside for more walnut creek camera. we are looking into some areas of light rain. the timer now is 442.
wildfires burning across california right now. the biggest one - is the mountain fire in riverside county. the good news -- firefighters are slowly getting the upper hand. kron 4's charles clifford has an update. >>: >>charles:this is an overhead google earth view california. up in calaveras county, the chuckwagon fire has burned 18 acres and is 40 percent contained. in monterey county, the tassajara fire is burning in very remote terrain. this blaze has consumed more than 200 acres and is 90
percent contained. further south in kern county, the rancho fire has burned 712 acres and is 95 spence percent contained. and finally, the biggest fire burning right now in california is the mountain fire in riverside county. this is a view of the perimeter of the wildfire which has burned 27,332 acres. as of monday afternoon crews had this fire 85% contained and officials have lifted all evacuation orders and warnings for the area. although many trails and nearby campgrounds remain
closed. more than 1800 firefighters continue to work on this blaze and wet weather on sunday and monday has helped crews get the upper hand on this wildfire. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. hackers have attacked apple's developer's site. >>darya: >>erica: your 7 day around the bay forecast shows temperatures around the seasonal average. and 0 percent chance for rain as we get closer to the weekend. i will have more details coming up on your forecast coming up in just a moment. meanwhile west take a look at bridges. we don't
have and to this report went to pass the pay gates. we are seen top speeds and across the upper deck and keep in mind we did see some light rain approaching the san mateo bridge south, won the golden gate bridge with fog this morning but still seeing a lot of spaces between cars. i have been checking with the chp and now is the best reports. all green on the road with centers in the south bay and no incidents to reports. >>james: hackers have attacked apple's developer site. forcing it to shut down. developers use the site to the website says an intruder tried to get personal information.
this security breach comes as apple develops new operating systems for i- phones, i-pads, and other mac products. the information linked to the developers is encrypted. but apple isn't ruling out the possibility that some names, addresses, and other personal information 'were' collected. >>anny:passenegers at the macarthur bart station in oakland got a glipmse of the future it's a demo car - representing the new bart fleet. 410 new bart cars are in production they feature more standing room, bike racks, and real- time information signs for passengers but it will take some time before the new cars are ready to hit the tracks. the cars will have about three-percent less seating. but bart plans to have 10 cars per train. which will increase overall seating by 15-percent.
>>darya:just 12 days away from another bart strike. could we face another "service shutdown??" details ahead. >>james:and the united kingdom is *blue this morning as the country celebrates the newest addition to the royal family. a baby boy. >>darya: >>erica: scattered showers in mostly cloudy conditions today. we are picking up some light rain just past the dublin greyed out toward union city. take a look and shower activity impacting the south bay. i have been checking volumes of reflectivity and these are very light. they feel more like a lot--ms or drizzle. we will continue with human conditions into the afternoon. full details on what to expect coming up in a couple of minutes the
years traffic with the george. >>george: i did catch a few of those rain drops on the way into work this morning looking at your ride around the bay, a pretty good commute and no major problems or hot spots. even interstate 580 is so light this morning and so is highway 4. that's why they are missing from this list. it is unusual that traffic would be that light on those freeways even at this hour and the rest of the bay area still enjoying a bike ride. >>darya:both runways are now open this morning at new york's laguardia airport. that's after a rough landing by a southwest flight. take a look at this new surveillance video coming
in. the nose wheel of the plane collapsed right after the plane touched down. the 737's emergency slides deployed and everyone evacuated the plane. it's not clear if flight 345 landed without its nose gear fully extended or if it collapsed during or just after landing. passengers talk about what happened. 10 passengers were treated at the scene. six others were taken to a hospital for minor injuries. 150 people were on the southwest flight - headed from nashville to laguardia. hope
>>james:following a developing story this morning. a palo alto man has died after a plane he was piloting crashed near south lake tahoe. steven lefton and his wife karen were the only occupants in the single engine plane. the f-a-a says the plane crashed in a wooded area around 11-15 yesterday morning after taking off from south lake tahoe airport. karen was injured in the crash-- she is expected to be okay. the f-a-a and the n-t-s-b are investigating the crash. police in san jose are investigating the death of a seven-month-old baby. kron four's will tran is
live from the scene where the baby was found early this morning, will? >>james:we're only two weeks away from another possible bart strike. bart management and bart unions the are trying to come to an agreement before the august 4th deadline. no face to face talks for the rest of the week. however, the state mediator did schedule meetings with the unions - not with bart. one of the unions put out a 40-page report - criticizing barts lead negotiatorthomas hock.
saying he's been involved in negotiations that have resulted in seven transit strikes since 2005. a bart spokesperson fired back the bart unions say hock is gone for the next 10 days. bart says he's gone for 5 days. but is available by phone. something that was previously agreed upon by the mediator. bart still thinks there's time to reach a new contract. the next face to face talks are set to start on the 30th what >>mark:prince william and his wife catherine, duchess of cambridge have welcomed their first child into the world.
a boy, who weighed eight pounds and six ounces. though we don't know his name, the little prince of cambridge is a cause for celebration in london. prime minister david cameron does offered his congratulations to prince william and his wife catherine, on the newborn prince. "i'm sure right across the country, and indeed right
across the commonwealth people will be celebrating and wishing the royal couple well. it's a wonderful moment for a warm and wonderful couple who've got a brand new baby boy." the newborn prince is third in line for the throne. the baby's name may be announced when the family leaves the hospital. some british parents have delayed naming their newborns in recent days in hope of copying the royal [ male announcer ] how do you do a summer clearance the dodge way?
>>mark: welcome back to the kron4 morning news. taking a look at wall street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in the positive. the week began with second- quarter earnings for mcdonalds falling short of wall street's expectations. here's a look at yesterday's closing numbers. the dow added two points. the nasdaq gained 12 points. and the s-and-p - rose three
points. apple's latest earnings report is due out today after the stock market closes. as apple desperately needs to roll out an innovative new product. the stock has gone from 700 a share. down to 375. and now sits at 426. the report is expected to show that apple is making * less money as more customers buy its lower- priced i-phones and i-pads instead of the top-of-the- line models. most analysts are expected a 21% drop in earnings.if analysts projects pan out, apple's earning fell during the three months that ended in june, making the second
>>james: 514 on the clock. more flash flooding in arizona. take a look. two days of heavy rain are making it tough for drivers trying to get through the muddy water. authorities say they had to rescue several motorists who got trapped trying to drive through floodwaters. the rainy weather in parts of arizona is expected to end in the coming days as the moist air will once again turn dry. >>erica: portions of hayward of the people is a known and in the south bay as well.
this area of low pressure continues to work its way east however some of these trawlers are still wrapping around in entering the bay area. here's a closer look. we can zoom in to see more rain. take a look at this portion of highway 37. opportune about all, we are seen areas of perhaps modern grain. and we are contending with what roadways with portions of san francisco predominately at least in of the richmond district closer to the beach. as we turn our attention to the east bay. the rain that's currently falling is very light in nature. in fact a lot of people reported that it
looks more like a mist or drizzle. we will continue with unsettled weather and perhaps even into the early afternoon green on your screen represents a light rain for the livermore valley, the delta and places like vallejo and san rafael. keeping a umbrella handy just in case. we have been talking about fairly quiet weather for the overnight hours. we do have some tropical cloud overhead and they will link into the afternoon. very similar conditions. it will look overcast and will fill monkey in humans. we are talking tropical cloud with just a few parts of such as later today. temperatures looking very similar to yesterday. san jose at 81 degrees 87 slated for evergreen. plant were getting close to 97 per antioch. with 70 is expected in vallejo. don't count on
'70s and san francisco in kron47 day run of a forecast shows a 0 percent chance of rain. we will return to the pattern of morning fog at afternoon sunshine. temperatures around the seasonal average. the low 80s and 90s around the warmest inland spot. >>george: traffic is pretty light and easy route the bay area. you don't see any difficulty traffic for highway 4 and interstate 580 as we usually would. no delays on the bridge. construction has been picked up for it and the san mateo bridge is an equally good commute. and no delays as you head for foster city. for your ride to the golden gate bridge, might be a
little drizzly and a little foggy this morning. we are still tracking a ramp closure in vallejo. looking at the rest of your east bay ride and tracking the drive time here, still just 14 minutes for her to do is to berkeley. 80 minutes to the san ramon valley through it as limited, a very light ride for a 580 west boundary midnight est the usual heavy traffic. >>darya:a wildfire that threatened the mountain town of idyllwild is sluggish after storms doused the remaining flames. the 43-square-mile fire above palm springs destroyed seven homes and is 85 percent contained. powerful rain downpours raised potential flooding
and mudslides in recently burned areas. authorities issued a voluntary evacuation warning for about 20 homes. fire officials say the fire was human-caused but wouldn't say whether it was accidental or intentional. full containment is expected by tomorrow. two new polls released show americans are split over the verdict in the george zimmerman trial. both polls also show a racial divide over the jury's finding. the washington post/a-b-c news and pew research center surveys both found 86 percent of african-americans disapproved of the verdict. while a majority showed a majority of whites agreed with the jury's decision. the washington post/a-b-c news poll also found women, younger people and democrats were more likely to disapprove of the verdict. zimmerman was acquitted in the 2012 shooting death of trayvon martin-- an unarmed african-american teen. zimmerman said he shot martin in self-defense.
>>mark: keeping our eyes on conference and-a-congress andthe fate of kids brought to the country illegally is on the table today. the house works on a series of bills dealing with immigration after rejecting a comprehensive senate measure. a house committee is holding a hearing on what to do about such child immigrants. leaders of the house judiciary committee are expected to endorse a path to citizenship for at least some of those immigrants.
>>darya:parents are picking up less of their children's college costs while grants and scholarships now have the top role in covering the bills. >>james: according to a report from sallie mae moore college bound students have eliminated schools from their searches based on cost and have relied less on their parents once they get the campus. parents and students often make decisions of schools and majors at work schedules based on the price tag associated with those different variables. last year the average family turned to grant scholarships to cover 30 percent of their college costs. >>darya: it is 522 and we will be back with more in a couple of minutes. the stick is live look. this is at the
its server software, and rebuilding its database to prevent a hack from happening again. the company has not said how many developers were affected. taco bell says its will stop serving kids' meals and toys. the chain says it will start removing the options this month at select restaurants. by january of next year, no u-s restaurants will offer the kids' meal options. the c-e-o for taco bell says the move comes as
kids' meals don't fit in with taco bell's strategy and that the meals have had an "insignificant" impact on sales. >>james:flat screens have been a selling point for t- vs for more than a decade. but now companies like l-g and samsung are making t-vs with screens that are *not flat. the new televisions have "concave" screens where the middle bends away from the viewer. l-g says the entire screen surface is equidistant from eliminating the problem of screen-edge distortion and loss of detail. the two companies are launching the t-vs this week in the u-s. the sets have a suggested price of 15-thousand dollars and will be sold in some best buy stores.
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inland and mid 60's for the coast. dry weather will be here by tomorrow. we have a warming trend as we head into the weekend. the temperatures will be around the seasonal average. >> it is still a pretty good ride around the bay. the westbound ride coming out of the macarthur mayes is looking good. it is backing up just a little bit in the cash lanes. we're still looking at good conditions around the bay. heavier traffic for interstate 580 and highway 4. it did not take very long for these 2 to get heavy. >> we are following a developing story out of san jose where investigators are looking into the cause of a mysterious and baby death.
the baby died about four hours ago in south san jose in an apartment complex just off of highway 82. >> kron4 will tran is on the scene and has the details. >> this is standard procedure anytime someone dies, especially a baby. they do not know cause of the seven month old baby boy. it may be homicide. they will be looking into whether sids played a role. every that is on the table. that will be here for several hours to talk to witnesses and family members to see what happens. >> since you mention it sids, i am one to assume
that this child was found dead at home. >> i cannot tell you. >> we are losing will's audio. hopefully he will have more information for us when it becomes available. >> a man killed while trying to help victims of alleged d.u.i. i crash has been identified as 32 year-old kirk peterson of redwood city. he was walking across southbound on to 80 towards the accident just before 3:00 a.m. sunday. he was hit by another car and killed. three people in the initial crash suffered minor injuries. those who know
pearson are filling deeply sorry for his new wife, who was there when the crash happened. the driver who ran over the good samaritan is cooperating with investigators. it is not clear yet whether he will face any charges. >> san mattel police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who they believe molested a 10 year-old girl back in june at a bookstore. officers released this surveillance image yesterday of the suspect. police say that the girl was reading with her family at the hill dealt shopping center barnes and nobles julyjune 23rd on june 23rd around 3:00 p.m. when she was approached. the suspect was last seen getting into a dirty black or gray four-door car in the
store parking lot. >> police in morgan hill have arrested a 16 a year old boy suspected of raping a drunken woman after he and his mother helped a cabdriver carry her in her own. investigators said the taxi driver flag down the boy and his mother, who happens to be driving in the area. police believe that the team returned to the woman's home later that night, unsalted heard and came back with his girlfriend and another friend to burglarize the home. investigators did not believe that the girls knew about rape. >> the body of a man who was
found dead in concord's ellis lake park last week has been identified. 66 year-old stephen harley tracty was found friday afternoon near clayton road and ellis street in concord. a preliminary investigation indicated that the death was accidental. the cost remains under investigation. >> two dozen county clerks in the bay area back the state's supreme court say they believe they should not stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses. the clerks a filing with the chords in san francisco came in response to the first of two lawsuits that were submitted to the panel. both losses asked the court to grant a hearing on their claim that proposition 8 is still valid in most of the state. gay and lesbian
marriages a resume in the state on june 28th. >> planes with advertising banners may become a thing of the past in san francisco. city supervisors are considering an ordinance that would ban aerial advertising above the city. it comes after residents complained about noise from planes carrying the banner. faa may also object to the organs. a decision will be made by the city's supervisors next week. >> it is today one of parenting for william and kate. the excitement of third in line to the tone is not slowing down. here is a live look outside of st. mary's hospital in london. we are still waiting to learn the baby boy's name. it is expected that the duke and duchess of cambridge will come out with their new
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>> welcome back the time is 5:45 a.m.. we will get things started with weather. >> take a live look as storm tracker 4. we are not only dealing with what we saw yesterday but we do have showers in the forecast. it is very scattered in nature with very low pressure. however, we are seen some wraparound showers. i do want his two-man and we will show you where we are
currently dealing with the moisture. just north of highway 37 and closer to petaluma. for the most part it is very light in nature. this indicates that it will be just a misty drizzle. we will contain will light rain right around interstate 280 and as we turn our attention to the east bay the light rain will also be over livermore. this will be affecting interstate 580. we're starting to dry things out for the mimic freeway. there are a few sprinkles and just north of sunnyvale but lighter rain is a rocker paula out toll and places like menlo park. it really
just depends on where you are ed. in terms of the temperatures we are warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. it is already filling very humid. following these numbers into the afternoon will have 80s in the south bay. it will be a cloudy afternoon. these are tropical clouds that will make it feel very humid later one. >> we will be flirting with '90s for pittsburg and 82. low 70's are slated for oakland. if you are heading up the friendly skies new york city will have a high of 86 degrees and low 90's for washington d.c. low 80s expected for omaha.
temperatures around the seasonal average in the bay area and fat into the weekend will be in the upper 80s. >> the time is 5:47 a.m. when now go to traffic with george. >> there is an accident or a stalled that has backed up traffic to the 2 05 interchange. so far the overall drive times just 2 minutes over. 1 01 south bond is having late road work. this is about midfield sfo down to millbrae ave. there three lanes are shut down and one lane of traffic is getting by. tracking the bridge check westbound there are no metering lights at the the bay bridge. we are just looking at your typical back up. the san mateo bridge, 92
is just 11 minutes and problem free. the golden gate bridge for 1 01 southbound is foggy but there are no delays. >> here is a look in interstate 80 from albany or you can see the ride to the golden gate fields is building up the still going through smoke.oth. >> passengers at the macarthur bart station oakland got a glimpse of the future. it is a demo car representing the new guard fleet. 410 new bart cars are in production. they feature more standing room, bike racks, and real-time information signs for passengers. it will take
some time before the new cars are ready to hit the tracks. >> when we get into production it will probably be january of 2017. from then on you will start to see them. the cars will have extra overall ceiling. this will increase by 15%. >> the san diego mayor is taking actions to do to being accused of attacking women. she is the first one to come forward to reveal that he made sexual demands that her. they wanted him to resign, he resigned in the month of june. he failed to respect the women that
worked for him but he denied sexual harassment rijek. there s now a lawsuit. >> they will be providing free assistant for businesses will agree to devote 35 percent of their business to whole grains. the order as follows a small scale because of things that have targeted the tenderloin neighborhood. it will now go citywide. >> to stunt men are held as heroes because they rescue someone who was dangling from a balcony. here is the video. when police grabbed her in a bear hug,
unfortunately one of the officers was already wearing scaffolding want, it was not what they wanted. >> it feels different for us. to just naturally respond. we're glad that everyone is ok. >> police stated that the woman was intoxicated and that she was depressed over a relationship that did not work are. they stated that she bought about jumping. >> milwaukee brewers
outfielder ryan and braun has been suspended without pay for the remainder of the season and the playoffs. it is the first penalty of baseball's investigation the players reportedly tied to a florida clinic accused of distributing performance enhancing drugs. mlb attempted to suspend him for a positive drug test following the mvp season of 2011, but an arbitrator overturn the penalty because bruans urine sample was not handled as specified by baseball's drug agreement. >> he released this statement stating " as i have acknowledged in the past, i am not perfect. i realize now that i have made
some mistakes. i am willing to accept the consequences of those actions. " >> it has been great having the houston astros which from the national league to the american league west unless you are in astral fan. bob melvin and the a's won 9 to 0 against astros coming into the game. josh riddick, hammers a to run home run to the right just just a homer of the year. a's are now 10 and zero against castro's of this year. >> tim lincecum taking the mound for the first time since pitching a no-hitter on july 13th. he pitched the
exact opposite. taking on a reds at at&t park lands and come gave up three runs in the first inning. it got worse for him. top of the 3rd j. bruce as a solo shot to the right. lynds to come did not make it out of the third inning giving up eight runs, nine hits. bottom of the night, the score is 110 reds. the giants are trying to prevent the bronson arroyo shut out. the giants are 0-4 against a reds pitcher, outscored 25-3 in those stains, trail first- place dodgers by six games. >> we will be right back.
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