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the asiana flight 214 crash that happened back in july. >> an hour-long high-speed chase through the east bay dance in an arrest. will have video and the details coming up. >> this afternoon you can expect plenty of sunshine with upper 50's, low 60's. we will continue with normal weather for tomorrow and record breaking want is some way and i will talk about when you can expect this. >> we have long delays for the toll plaza. the metering lights are on. there is slow traffic from berkeley. there were some earlier incidents that we had. take a look at
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the san mateo bridge, 92 is starting to see delays even on the span and approaching that.it. >> later today bart and its unions are headed back to the bargaining table to try to avoid a third strike. the two sides reached a deal back in october barred leaders say that there was a multimillion-dollar mistake in the contract that they cannot honor. kron4 will tran is live at the west oakland bart station with details. >> they are sick and tired of seeing each other. because of an accident according to bart and that is the reason why there are back here. that is all that you need to know. you do not have to worry and there is no strike deadline in place.
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unless something is worked out there may be the possibility of a third strike. we're talking about the family medical leave as it is written in the contract, the workers get six weeks of paid a medical leave if they have a child or some other family emergencies. we're talking about $40 million. bart is investigating how this got into the contract. nonetheless, the unionist and in that they need time to read because they signed off on that one to know why it is not being honored. i had a chance to talk to bart riders. the board riders did not care, they care about the trains. this is what >> i think six weeks is a little too much. i think that the problem cut in half, make some type of negotiation. they're only
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just hurting us. the board fees are going up and we should not have to pay more and get less. >> the first two times out of there were done. >> what did the first-round do to you? >> i had to get omicron it must and wait longer. >> everyone has their first bart's monday will meet today. >> i in the meantime bart riders will soon have to pay more to ride the train. starting january 1st bart riders will pay an average of an extra 19¢ in seders. bart's says the the money will help pay for the new train cars and other projects. the projects
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include more frequent ones are the trains and funds to support future service in silicon valley. the renewed programming fare increases in 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2020. >> police from berkeley, oakland and bart's are collaborating with an increase patrol after a rash of armed robberies at a bart station. the locations of three robbers are seen here. the first two were along prince street, and the last one was on monday when a pregnant woman was robbed at gunpoint. berkeley police are warning you to be aware of your surroundings. >> a dramatic high-speed chase through several cities in the east bay here is video of that chase. it is started out as a traffic
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stop on 7:00 p.m.. during the stock, the driver hit an officer and fled. the officer was not injured. spike strips were thrown down and you concede the suspect driving on the rims. the vehicle was finally disabled and the intersection of g street and longview road. the other six jurors suspect from antioch tried to escape on foot but he was caught. >> a second chase last night also in antioch. police say that they spotted a stolen car on the pittsburg. the driver did not stop bolt officers went after the vehicle. the chase ended when the suspect hit the band you see in this picture the driver of the van was taken to the hospital for head pain. the male driver and a female passenger were arrested. >> new video this morning of
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the asiana flight 214 crash and that happened back in july. the ntsb released this video door the first day of the crash here in washington, d.c.. the video is from sfo security cameras. a report and wall street journal has hinted of the pilots may have been too reliant on the automated system and the plane. the ntsb has not confirmed or denied this report. >> at the hearing, federal investigators say that a teenage girl who was killed in the crash was struck not once, but twice. 16 year-old chinese student, and yemeng yuan, was still alive on the runway and covered in fire fighting is foam when she was hit by emergency vehicles. then she was hit by eight firebrick spleens
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thinking and clever actions. that is what helped a nevada couple and four young children survived two days outside in subfreezing weather. jay glanton build a campfire to get his girlfriend, and the kids ages 3 to 10 for two nights of temperatures reaching 20 degrees below. just yesterday a group of 10 men went back to the location and found them. they were able to flip the jeep back onto its wheels and get it started. the grandfather of four children are so happy with the outcome. >> this is the best thing in the world that i have ever seen. >> all the family members are expected to be released from hospital before the end of the week. >> you can expect a hazy
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sunshine, upper 50s low 60's for the afternoon. i will talk about what to expect when we continue.
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>> welcome back. here is a live look at the thousands of people were paying their respects in pretoria, south africa when nelson mandela is lying in state. this is
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just a couple of days after his memorial. >> the man accused of faking sign language now claims that he was hallucinating and hearing voices spread thamsanqa jan tjie did not describe his qualifications for being a sign language interpreter. he says that he does not work for and interpreting company and that he was paid $85 for the tuesday's event. scores of world leaders and thousands of people were shocked when they noticed that his sign language and did not make any sense. as south african deputy cabinet minister says that a mistake happens in the hiring of him. in fact, government officials have tried to track down the company that provided him. the deputy minister apologized to the deaf people who were offended by this incident. an investigation still underway
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to determine how the interpreter received a security clearance. >> government officials in india are considering revealing an anti-gay sex law. just yesterday, the supreme court ruled that only lawmakers could change day colonial-era law that bans a homosexual acts that make them punishable up to 10 years in prison. that ruling anchored activists who said that once a live openly and in the is as deeply conservative society. >> one of the two cooling pumps on the international space station is malfunctioning. officials said that the problem may eventually be serious, but is not a emergency at this moment. as a precaution, the three russians, to americans and one japanese nationals aboard have shut down some of the operating systems to
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reduce the power load. they have allowed the temperature to rise inside the modules. >> san francisco is a mildly compared to 46 degrees. we have a freeze on running still in effect. this is set to expire at 9:00 a.m.. we have seen temperatures reached the mid-20s, frost is likely. take a look at this picture. mike showed me this picture and he stated that he will go to this. if you have any of these cool pictures you can send them to me and i would try to get them on the air. it looks like the cold snap is rapping up. >> we will see upper 50's for the afternoon and the temperatures will be where they should be. redwood city and 59 degrees. take a look at the south bay, campbell
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will have a high of 61. i do not think we will see any 60's for the east interior spot and you can expect a hazy sunshine. downtown san francisco will have a high of 57. mid to upper 50s, north of the golden gate bridge. daly city is checking in at 55. if you have a long week, check with caltran because we have no chain restrictions. it looks like a warming trend, upper '30's tub low 40's for the weekend. we really do not have any snow inside the high pressure is building >> in fact, some of the models are appointed to dry conditions. your 7 day or around the bay highlights a
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warming trend for early next week. in fact we may be dealing with a record breaking want in upper 60s. the time is 7:18 a.m.. >> there are no major incidents but we do have a minor accident at west bound 580. the problem is that it is in the hearts of the commute, traffic does not need an excuse to back up. it we will remain heavy here. at the bay bridge toll plaza it has been heavy and the metering lights are on. we are backed up through berkeley. it is also heavy on 580 through oakland. the san mateo bridge has been slow but it is still heavy and once you are on the span is should get heavier. we can also look as san jose
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traffic were slowing on northbound 101. this will not let up until your approach highway 85. >> a vote is expected today on a budget deal. house republicans are rallying behind a modest budget pact that promise to bring the temporary halt to budget brinkmanship in washington that could have caused a another government shutdown on january 50. the budget deal also eases some of the sequestered cuts that would have slammed the pentagon and domestic agencies for its second straight year. >> the tentative budget deal would raise the passenger security fees that helped fund the tsa airport security efforts. right now that fee is $2.50 for each leg of your trip. if the deal passes, the charge would go to $5.60. that
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would increase a round-trip fee from $5 to more than $11. >> most americans say they do not want to see cell phones on planes. the sec is considering lifting the cell phone ban. only 30 percent of americans or more for the idea. the new rule will allow calls, texts or other mobile devices above a 10,000 ft. but not during takeoff or landing. >> legal marijuana sales in caught are set to start on january 1st. the recreational pot shops will actually open, however, is anyone's guess. the state's 160 hopeful pot shops are
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stuck in red and confused. not a single shot will clear state and local licensing requirements until about december 27th. >> some regulatorfederal regulan southern california have shut down 52 bus companies and what they say is a nationwide crackdown. among the violations, drivers whose licenses were suspended or those who drove more than a hundred miles without rest. federal bus safety officials began checking out companies for poor safety records back in april. >> a day after former san diego mayor bob filner was sentenced to home confinement for the unwanted groping of women, another city employee has filed
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another lawsuit against him. city parks employee stacy mackenzie had already come forward with allegations against him. in allegations similar to those of nearly 20 other women, she says that he grabbed her from behind, put her in a headlock and rolled her breast. he left office august. spread he began his sentence in three months of home confinement. >> and other good story for a batkid they have $100,000 of new money in their efforts to help sick children have their dreams come true. here if you like to help make a wish foundation you can go to our website ed kron4.com >> needy kids and san jose will get a chance to buy gifts for their family. they will hold a shop with a copy dent. 32 homes will get a
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[uncle]yeah? "huy fong foods. regulations not require the sauces which come in a green top to bottom with a rooster on it. be held for 35 days before they are shipped to distributors. this is just the latest setback for the company in recent weeks. the company is being sued by the l.a. suburb of for wendell for filling the air with ivory odors from its pepper grindings of operation. last month, a judge ordered the company to stop producing orders until air quality experts can determine how to mitigate them. welcome back. we are following the weather kron4's jackie system is live with an update.
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>>: you can see that you
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can't see it down in the valley. normally you can see all the cities of the low. right now you can see that a later hovering over this city right now. so if you have a fireplace keep the word out. spare and the air. >>darya: thanks a lot jacki. with an update on the forecast with erica. we are looking for a warm-up. >>erica: that's right we are still below freezing and many areas 3 and 36 live in the house in a bottle. at 43 degrees right now fremont. below freezing over in livermore. we have for air
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quality. this afternoon we anticipate a hazy sunshine. will not be as clear. we could see some fog. at least your morning lows will be warmer. mid to upper thirties for the coldest spot and the bay shoreline and peninsula will be waking up to 40. a little bit of a warming trend as we head into the weekend. all have a look at your 7 day around the bay forecast coming up at 745. good morning dan. >>: southbound 680 approaching this in no boulevard turn off help is on the same. they're getting a tow truck out there as well. as you can see backing traffic up towards 580. interstate 80 your back up through macarthur maze into coming from the e shore freeway expect to hit delays coming from or richmond. san mateo bridge east bound
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westbound 92. east bound looking okay, westbound not so much. a year slow until about industrial. golden gate bridge though still looking good. amazon has rolled out a new delivery service in san francisco. its called amazon fresh. the service provides same-day and early morning delivery of fresh produce, seafood and other grocery items from local vendors. right now, delivery is limited to 12 zip codes. but it is free for the first 30 days. after the trial period ends, you'll have to pay an annual subscription of $299. other companies like safeway and fresh-direct have been expanding their online grocery delivery services as well. new this morning, we're keeping an eye on the weather and the air quality around the bay area. joining us live is kron four's jackie sissel, he's in the oakland hills this morning. a bank heist and police chase ends with shots fired at a north bay shopping mall. the suspect is now under arrest and in the hospital recovering from surgery. the robbery happened
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yesterday morning at a novato bank of the west. this is vidoe from out helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. police say the suspect gave the teller a note and asking for cash. then fled in a sliver saturn. the suspect lead authorities on a chase down 101 which ended here. when the driver crashed into a pole by the northgate shopping center. and the suspect took off running. it is unclear if this person, only described as a white male, fired back at deputies. officials are still trying to determine if this man is he cotton ball bandit. who robbed nine banks in the last year while wearing a winter hat developing news this morning. a bank heist and police chase ends with shots fired at a north bay shopping
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mall. the suspect is now under arrest and in the hospital recovering from surgery. many are wondering if the man captured yesterday is the cotton ball bandit. a notorious bank robber in marin county. kron 4's justine waldman has more. the cotton ball bandit. seen in this surveillance video.gets his name from his hat - a knit beanie with earflaps and a cotton ball on the top. he mostly strikes on wednesday mornings with the same mo passing a note to the teller demanding money. sot we are going to continue to look until this person is brought to justice this mornings bank robbery happened in novato at the bank of the west this is video of the scene from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. here police tell kron 4 news. the suspect gave the teller a note and did get cash. then fled in a sliver saturn. the suspect lead authorities on a chase down 101 which ended here. when the driver crashed into a pole by the northgate shopping center. and the suspect took off running he had a handgun, confronted the officers and was then shot sounded like bang bang bang bang
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the shoot-out frightened people at the packed mall. you don't expect it and we were really scared it is unclear if the suspect, only described as a white male, fired back at deputies. this violence happened right in front of a bank that had recently been robbed. we went down, we were scared streets stayed closed for hours as multiple law enforcement agencies collected evidence at the scene the cotton ball bandit is still listed a wanted man on the fbi's website. and authorities won't say now - if they finally caught a serial bank robber. we are going to do the best we can to catch a menace to society it is unclear if the suspect, only described as a white male, fired back at deputies.
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the cotton ball bandit is still listed a wanted man on the fbi's website. and authorities won't say now - if they finally caught a serial bank robber. the deputy who shot the suspect is a seven year veteran of the force. san rafael police and the f- b-i plan to release more information about the suspect today. the cotton ball bandit is still listed a wanted man on the fbi's website. and authorities won't say now - if they finally caught a serial bank robber. a well-respected youth golf instructor out of livermore is in jail this morning, accused of committing dozens of sex crimes involving young boys. investigators say andy nisbet would throw underage drinking parties for the teens that he used to teach. teach. you're looking at some these are the hands a pediatrician.
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swipe your debit card at the a-t-m or gas station. investigators in walnut creek say the use of skimming devices is on the rise. the machines allow thieves to get access to all of your private bank information, including your pin number. police say the technology is so advanced, the skimmers often look like a regular card reader. so you want to pay attention before inserting your credit card into the machine. east bay atm skimmers sotvo sub-sotvo the skimmers also allow thieves to make duplicates of your card, robbing you blind. police also advice paying cash inside the gas station rather than swiping your debit card at the pump.
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use chase freedom at amazon.com and get 5% cash back this quarter. so you can find the perfect gift for everyone. including you. activate your 5% cash back at chase.com/freedom chase. so you can. a 6-year-old boy near colorado springs, colorado, was suspended from school for kissing a girl on the hand.
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not only did hunter yelton's peck get him suspended from school for two days, but the school accused him of sexual harassment. hunter's mom says her son has had problems at school before, getting suspended for rough-housing and for kissing the same girl on the cheek. and they've been working with him on that. hunter gives his side of the story, saying that he and the girl consider themselves "boyfriend and girlfriend. while his mother is outraged saying the punishment goes too far. . and that's what happened the school's superintendent says that hunter's record will remain within the district and that his behavior fits the school policy description of sexual harassment, which includes unwanted touching. robert marrujo:he'd already been told not to kiss the little girl. since when does a little kid have the right to do whatever he wants to whomever he wants? the punishment, however, is overboard. paula weiss: he likes the little girl. he probably saw on tv the hand kiss. most
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little boys punch the girls they like, this little boy shows he has a real respect for girls. tell us what you think. join the conversation at kron 4 dot com or at facebook dot com slash kron 4. we are back with weather and
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change is coming to the forecast. here is erica. >>erica: still dealing with that cold snap is especially and the north bay. take a look at santa rosa at 24. below freezing currently in livermore. off we are waking up in the thirties. we've already reached your morning lows. frosty windshield certainly possible and that advisory will expire by 9:00 this morning. as we head into the afternoon we are anticipating upper 50s low 60s. 6657 in fremont 57 for downtown san francisco and 50s for daly city. we are expecting a warming trend. here's a look at your 7 day around the bay forecast.
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most locations will be in the '60s. we are dealing with a few different factors with an increase in those off shore wins. could see some rival. here's dan. >>: minor fender benders of more than a minor back up for westbound 580. you can see that your slow coming off the optima past. we also have been no accident southbound to 80. this was placed just before the 85 interchange. another accident reported southbound to 80 near meridian. either
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way, expect some delays southbound to 80 getting into the south bay. getting into san francisco still a long haul. the graeme lights remain on a. westbound 92 approaching the tolls you're backed up at the kilometre. it's going to look of laszlo all the way across the span over 2101. when all one riding well as well in both directions and card remains on time. >>darya: good morning gary. >>: the morning darya. >>: stephen curry and the warriors didn't turn it on until was almost too late. exactly a week ago toronto fall behind what 27 and last night and think it was 18 and then they put out. daiquiri when he has to
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make shots he is terrific. >>darya: what happened in the first half and what changed. they go into the locker room house. the coach is costing now. >>: they say it was caught right there on tv that he was yelling and cursing. and not happy. >>: i heard he raised his voice but i didn't hear the cursing. >>: you probably don't curse any way deal? >>: do i personally. the >>: a my grandmother would say don't be a truck driver. >>: i've always been one of the guys. i don't worry about what the men find
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appealing. i am one of the guys. >>: look at this. mlb really is intending to change this rule so you cannot block at the plates. it would be like the buster posy rule. so no one gets hurt like he did. that i just want to hear a little more detail. they said in a perfect world to date have been implemented for next season. and >>: you choose whether you want to block or not. shall we just waved them and now. i mean seriously done so everyone is safe. and just wave the man. >>: it's just like football. they are making that
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sensitive. >>: what's next. you can break up a double play. now what's next. and not allowed to pitch inside. >>: are they looking at the nfl. >>: if they clam up the home plate stuff and the pros may be well see it in college or an a high school. i think safety comes first. nfl to. of the business. like all the time. politics is one
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diet bandwagon. >>: that was a big topic on the radio. would you give a possible one of those $100 million bills and see and know something, but you always said. if he's chevy and he's great everyone loves him but if his chubby and he's not a great. i feel like say dan was saying we will embrace him whether he's cuddling or he's cuts. >>: here's the thing. the discussion is now you're hearing he its five-year contract for all this big money. >>: give him two years.
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top stories we are following on this thursday, december 12th. just when you thought it was over. bart management and its two largest unions are yet again back at the bargaining table today. details on what is being negotiated in the labor contract. plus, new video this morning of the asiana flight 214 crash that happened back in july. we'll have a closer look at the video. and taking a live look outside at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. watching weather and traffic this morning, let's turn it over to erica who has a look at the forecast. erica? some far east bay anterior
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spots is where we are seeing the coldest reading of the morning. mild weather for oakland mid-30s heading out to san mateo. as we head into the afternoon it will be a hazy sunshine with upper 50s to low 60s throughout the entire bay area. we will see warmer weather into tomorrow perhaps waking up to some to leave fog as we head into the weekend. i'll talk about the potential for a record- breaking warmth and about 15 minutes. good morning dan. >>: here's the bay bridge toll plaza traffic we were talking about very slow and long delays waiting for the tolls. the main lights are on the coming in from westbound 837 tel bridge westbound delays continue as 880 itself is slow print and even through the tolls it still have the on the stand. >>:later today bart and its unions are headed back to the bargaining table to try
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to avoid a third bart strike. the two sides reached a deal back in october but bart leaders say there was a multi million dollar mistake in the contract they can't honor. at the west oakland bart station with the details. >>: the two sides will be back at it 90 minutes from now. we all know. two strikes and one now cooling off. at one contract that both sides signed. here's what you need to now. if you need bart, the trains are running. they are running today and tomorrow. there's no deadline set by the unions to say if there's not a contract in place that they will go on strike. they filed a lawsuit last week but they are trying to avoid going through the court system by working out a deal either today or tomorrow. the sticking point. the six weeks of paid medical leave. bart says they didn't need for it to be in there. you know we didn't mean is and that's why they're voting to agree to the contract
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without to that $40 million possible prohibition which pays for six weeks of family medical leave. bart unions say you signed it. you agree to do it. you hired professional negotiators and you have to honor it. stuck in the middle of this of course is the bart riders. we got reaction all morning and this is what they have to say about this ongoing trauma. >>: it's very unfortunate. i'm certainly hoping that come to some type of resolution to resolve it. this is a really big impact on all of the riders be an uncertain of how this thing is going to turn out. i'm hoping they can come to some type of resolution for its >>: web site eufaula what? that's what side the you fall on? >>: these are professionals. each side has to be held accountable. >>: that's what bart union leaders are saying. they
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said that during the contract talks that they got the contract set back to them many times for things like grammatical errors, punctuation and so they say there is no way the cartel leaders did not see that this provision was there. they aren't buying it to the still they want to work with the bart agency today and tomorrow. what happens after that we will just have to find out. we will move over to the bart headquarters to get reaction from both sides as they head into the negotiation process. back to you. >>james: thank-you we will check back with you then. bart and its two largest unions will be meeting again today with a federal mediator over a key contract provision. s in the meantime, bart riders will soon have to pay
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more to ride the trains. starting january first -- bart riders will pay on average an extra 19 -cents in fares. bart says the money will help pay for new train cars and other projects that will help provide better service in the bay area. the projects include more frequent runs by the trains and funds to support future service to the silicon valley. the renewed program will mean fare increases in 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2020. bart estimates the fare hikes will generate a total of 325- million dollars. police from berkeley, oakland and bart are collaborating and increasing patrols after a rash of armed robberies very close to the ashby bart station. the locations of the three robberies are seen here. the first two were along prince street, and the last one was monday when a pregnant woman was robbed at gunpoint at 9:30 in the
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morning. berkeley police are warning residents to be aware of their surroundings -- especially this close to the holidays. a dramatic high-speed chase through several east bay cities. it started out as a traffic stop around 7 o clock last night near marsh elementary school in antioch. during the stop, the driver hit an officer and fled. the officer was not injured. spike strips were thrown down. and you can see the suspect driving on the rims. he led police on a high speed chase through antioch, pittsburg, bay point and concord for more than an hour. going up to 100 miles an hour. the vehicle was finally disabled near the intersection of "g" street the 36-year-old suspect from antioch tried to escape on foot but was caught a short
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time later. a second chase last night. also in antioch. police say around 9-30. they spotted a stolen saturn out of pittsburg. the driver didn't stop though so officers went after the vehicle. the chase ended when the suspect hit the van you see in the picture at somersville road and delta fair boulevard. the driver of the van was taken to the hospital for head pain. the male driver and his female passenger were arrested. ntsb releases new video of crash-topvo new video this morning of the asiana flight 214 crash that happened back in july. the n-t-s-b releasing this video during the first day of crash hearings in washington, d.c. this video is from s-f-o security cameras. a report in the wall street journal has hinted the pilots may have been too *reliant on the automated systems in the plane. the n-t-s-b has not confirmed or denied the report.
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and at the hearing, federal investigators say a teenage girl who was killed in the asiana crash was struck not once, but twice by two rescue vehicles. 16-year-old chinese student, ye meng yuan, was still alive on the runway and covered in firefighting foam when she was hit by an emergency vehicle. but then she was hit by a fire rig spraying foam and again 11 minutes later by a second truck that was being turned around to get more water. the girl died from those incidents which investigators later said was accidental. coming up on the kron four morning news. stock up on your hot sauce. before it's no longer available on store shelves. one california company is being forced to *stop making their famous hot sauce. we'll explain coming up.
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new this morning. the man accused of faking sign language during nelson mandela's memorial in south africa says, he was hallucinating and hearing voices during the event. thamsanqa jantjie did not
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describe his qualifications for being a sign language interpreter. but he says he does work for an interpreting company that paid him 85 dollars for tuesday's event. he says he's getting treatment for schizophrenia and had an episode while he was on stage. scores of world leaders and thousands of people were shocked when they noticed his sign language did not make any sense. a south african deputy cabinet minister says "a mistake happened" in the hiring of shawn-tee-leh. in fact, government officials have tried to track down the company that provided interpretor but now they can't be found. the deputy minister apologized to deaf people sonoma offended by the incident. an investigation is under way to determine how the interpreter received a security clearance.: in-24th
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his >>erica: like you said, at least the cold temperatures are almost a bind us. we offer is sworn in effect for another 45 minutes in the north bay and to rear spots. san jose hovering above the freezing mark and in oakland and san francisco you are back in the '40's. we are already pastor morning lows. if you have any interesting weather photos you can breaking news at kron4 dot com. this is from mike. he told me is a water hose burst over night and this was the end result as he woke up this morning. very icy conditions up there. temperatures are expected to
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warm over the next string of days. here's a look at afternoon highs. anticipating some 60s and the south bay. 61 for about cupertino and sunnyvale. it's going to be a hazy sunshine out there with the poor air quality. walnut creek 57358 expected in union city. toronto san francisco with the height of 57 and the same goes for berkeley. for those of you who perhaps have a long weekend. you're getting away to tahoe. now chain it requirements and the fact but pack extra layer secure going snowing. morning lows will be down to 11 degrees but afternoon highs will be upper '30's low '40's, plenty of sunshine and a warming trend into the weekend. high pressure is building over the eastern specific that judge pacific. no rain here in the bay area and knows now expected for the sierra nevada. a
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couple things could happen as we progress into the weekend. offshore winds and those wins kid brink and some to leave fog from the valley. temperatures will be a lot cooler than what was put on the board. if the winds do not increase we could perhaps the upper 60s low '70's. >>: a late commute westbound 580 and is starting to unwind. nonetheless, we're also very slow. southbound direction here have been passing the 92 interchange. northbound direction your slow coming away from highway 90. that
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won't let up until about zero st and oakland. favorite toll plaza some improvement. only backed up to the middle of the parking lot. marin lights are still on and they should be turned off shore leave. a 80 it continues lot of the way over to 1013 golden gate bridge is moving good in both directions. >>darya:government officials in india are considering reviewing an anti-gay sex law. just yesterday, the supreme court ruled that only lawmakers could change a colonial-era law that bans homosexual acts and makes them punishable by up to ten years in prison. that ruling angered activists who say they want to live openly in india's deeply conservative society.
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india's law minister says he supports decriminalizing homosexual acts. one of the two cooling pumps on the international space station is malfunctioning officials says the problem may eventually be serious, but is not an emergency at the moment. but as a precaution, the three russians, two americans and one japanese national aboard have shut down some minor operating systems to reduce the power load. and they have allowed the temperature to rise inside the modules. engineers are trying to figure out if this is hardware or software problem. but they say there is no immediate danger to the six crewmen on board. a vote is expected today on the budget deal.
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house republicans are rallying behind a modest budget pact that promising to bring a temporary halt to budget brinkmanship in washington that could have caused another government shutdown on january 15th.the budget deal also eases some of the sequester cuts that would have slammed the pentagon and domestic agencies for a second straight year. and the tentative budget deal would raise the passenger security fee that helps fund the t-s-a's airport security efforts. right now that fee is two dollars and fifty cents for each leg of your trip. if the deal passes, that charge would go up to five dollars and sixty cents each way. that would increase a round trip fee from five bucks to more than 11 dollars. airline advocates say that while this upcharge may cover the deficit, it would do nothing to strengthen airport security or speed up long security lines. most americans say they don't want to see cell phones on planes anytime
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soon, according to a new poll. the f-c-c- is considering lifting the cell phone ban. but only 30 percent of americans were for the idea. the new rules would allow calls, texts or other mobile services above ten-thousand feet but not during take- off or landing. kron four's terisa estacio has rider reaction from s-f- o. >>: i don't think you're really matters. >>: what is the big deal of keeping your phone off. it is relaxing. >>: you can tweet me here at sfo terisa estacio, kron4 nos. >>mark: poll. the f-c-c- is considering legal marijuana sales in colorado are set to start on janunary first, or so the law says. knowing when the
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recreational pot shops will actually open, however, is anyone's guess. the state's 160 hopeful pot shops are stuck in red tape and confusion. not a single shop will clear state and local licensing requirements until about december 27. many of the applicants are still waiting on inspections, local zoning hearings and background checks before finding out whether they've been approved to open their doors to adults over 21. federal regulators in southern california have shut down *52 bus companies in what they say is a major nationwide crackdown. among the violations, drivers whose licenses were suspended or those who drove more than 800 miles without rest.
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federal bus safety officials began checking out the companies for poor safety records back in april. they say out of the 52 that were shut down, three have made changes allowing them to re-open. some of the companies transport school bands, boy scouts and senior citizens. fans of the wildly popular to arrive just--sriracha hot sauce might have a hard time getting the product. the state department of public health has implemented stricter guidelines on the manufacturer "huy fong foods. ". regulations now require the sauce is which, in a grain top to bottom with a roster on that be
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and no . it's a 30 per it happening now we are keeping an eye on the weather and the air quality around the bay area. and joining us live is kron4's jackie says so. he's been the oakland hills of this morning. you can see that case sitting of the bay area and-you get up and kicked around. because of that, we set an unfortunate
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to record of 50 consecutive days that the air quality management has issued a spare the air warning. the ninth one we've experienced so far this season. this is the only started on november 1st. this cold weather keeps everything down on the ground. one of the spare the air they may prevent it means especially in the wintertime, don't burn wood. i know everybody has fireplaces ready with christmas around the corner but on the spare the air days you can do it. no good- no wood burning. the only way you can do it is if that's your only source of heat. some good news, as the weather starts to change, they say that some offshore breezes will blow and a potentially we could see the letter of left out here.
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thanks a lot jacki. >>: let's get an update on the forecast with eric alfred >>erica: later on tonight the offshore winds are expected to increase. -a mix the air around. we could see fog conditions and that. still below freezing. 27 degrees. above freezing and san jose and 40 out in oakland. as we head into the afternoon expect upper 50s low 60s with a bit of a warming trend on taft as a cushion closer to the weekend. of the highlighted here 7 day around the bay
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forecast and talk about the potential for record- breaking warmth. ball by next thursda keeping an eye on the weather and the air quality around the bay area. joining us live is kron four's jackie sissel, he's in the oakland hills this morning. san rafael bank robbery vo sub-oncam vo a bank heist and police chase ends with shots fired at a north bay shopping mall.
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the suspect is now under arrest and in the hospital recovering from surgery. the robbery happened yesterday morning at a novato bank of the west. this is vidoe from out helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. police say the suspect gave the teller a note and asking for cash. then fled in a sliver saturn. the suspect lead authorities on a chase down 101 which ended here. when the driver crashed into a pole by the northgate shopping center.
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and the suspect took off running. it is unclear if this person, only described as a white male, fired back at deputies. officials are still trying to determine if this man is he cotton ball bandit. who robbed nine banks in the last year while wearing a winter hat developing news this morning.
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investigators in walnut more than half a million dollars will be awarded to an iraq war veteran hurt by an officer during an occupy oakland protest. the 2011 beating left kayvan sabeghi with a lacerated spleen. mccain the city of oakland agreed to pay 645- thousand dollars to sabeghi tuesday. allied for a 30it is the largest sum awarded so far to anyone injured during a string of occupy oakland protests in 2011 and 2012.
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the elevator company involved in the deadly accident at the new 49ers stadium has been fined more than 50- thousand dollars. the schindler elevator corporation was cited for three serious violations now and a which investigators say led mall in must be out there trying to restore to
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the death of 63-year- old mechanic don white. he was struck by an elevator counterweight in june. white was the first of two workers to die while working on the new stadium. the second worker was killed by rebar falling off a truck. the new stadium is expected to open next year.
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>> welcome back. a texas teenager got behind will drop and killed four people. prosecutors pushed for a 20 year sentence for 16 year- old ethan couch. a judge's sentence him to just 10 years, probation. how did he get that? >> on the teens attorney chose an unusual defense to keep a model prison. as psychologist testified for the defense that the teen is a product of something that he called " affluenza ".
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basically that he does not link bad behavior with consequences. the judge ruled that he would not be released to his parents, and that he must undergo long term treatment there are a lot of people commenting on the story. >> faith rees, the parents need to be held accountable for the western brett they produce. however, the brent needs to be held accountable as well. just another story of a brent getting off because of a mommy and daddy. >> cathy gumina odom, just always shows ya, being rich, white, and a good lawyer will get you off or a light sentence. >> tell us what you think about this story. join the conversation at kron4.com or
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>> welcome back. we're talking about a warm-up spreads in fact, air quality you can expect a hazy sunshine for the afternoon. as of right now we still have the freeze warning in effect for the north bay but rest of us are actually dealing with temperatures above the freezing level. pleasanton as the 39 degrees. low 40's are oakland and downtown san francisco. as we head into afternoon you will notice they hazy sunshine and the temperatures are slightly warmer. it will be a little bit warmer in the south bay. sarah field will have high of 66 degrees. and later on tonight to the temperatures are going to drop but not so dramatically. this will be the first night we do not have the freeze >> the future cast 4 shows up later on that the
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temperatures will may be in the mid 40's and it will be not be as cold. that would be the same case for the weekend. if not we may see a warm-up in fact we're talking a record-breaking heat for this time of year i would not be surprised if we could perhaps the low 70's even early next week. that is something that we will continue to monster. the time is a 40 7:00 a.m.. let's take a look at their road spirit >> we're looking at northbound 101 and this is our back up. and this is the beginning of a back up for northbound 1 01. this slowdown will continue, all the way of towards highway 85. in san jose, the bay bridge toll plaza had no delays and now it looks like we are backed up until the end of the parking lot
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because the major allies are still long. they have not turn the south west from san mattel of bridge has been a tough ride this is backed up to about industrial house. we do have is no accident northbound 880 right there will. there are two cars involved. there is not a lot of information that i can tell you about. >> thanks to the help of batkid, the make a wish foundation raised more than $100,000 spread 5 0 mi. scott is now in remission from leukemia. his wish to become a crime fighter for a day grabbed worldwide
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attention locally, and giants pitcher matt cain took notice and pledged $50,000 spread all that money will go to the charities' efforts to make the wishes of sick children come true. if you like to make a donation you could visit our website ed kron4.com >> some low income children in santa clara county will get a chance to buy gifts for their families today. the san jose police, santa clara county sheriff's department and other south bay law enforcement personnel will hold a shop with a copy that. 32 low- income children from santee elementary school will have a chance to purchase. >> we are getting in the holiday spirit. this is a mother kron4 special, amazing holiday lights. this is our one hour show that will be live periods kron4
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is amazing holiday lights, tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m.. >> authorities have launched a new web site and did use an anonymous tips to help capture wanted fugitives. in the bay area and northern california kron 4 haaziq madyun shows us the new sites and the top three who are wanted to. >> this is video from a 2010 murder. >> he is wanted for the murder of a german tourist. they were here celebrating a birthday. >> here is video from a oakland homicide in 2011. he
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is the primary suspect. >> he is wanted in connection with the personnel was shot in 2011 pripet >> then there is this one here. >> this is a gang-related murder where she is suspected of killing at 14 year old. >> without a doubt, the well-known and fugitives are these three men here who acceescape from alcatraz. >> these three have not been seen. they still have an act of the warrants. >> the warriors are becoming the master of the comeback bread warriors were down 18 points. late fourth quarter,
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and ellis with the tough slower in the lane, the score 88-84 mapsmaverick spread stephen curry, three corner and he is filed for a four. play. the score is now 92-90 spread under five seconds they're tied at 93. the final score 95-93 warriors. >> bartolo colon , a free agent has signed a two-year, $20 million contract with the new york mets. the 40 year-old went 18-6 with a 2.65 e r a in 30 starts for the oakland a's last season. he also help them to their
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second straight american league western division title. >> a big show tonight will be sports night live tonight at 9:00 p.m. with gary radnich. >> the time is 8:53 a.m.. we will be right back with more developed in nils. here's a live look outside at walnut creek.
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>> coming up on the kron4 morning news. we would check in will tran about bart and their negotiations. >> the man who faked a sign language of the nelson mandela ceremony is speaking out. we will hear what he has to say. >> this is a picture of a boy who was suspended for kissing a classmate's hand.
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>> top stories we are following on this thursday, december 12th. just when you thought it was over. bart management and its two largest unions are yet again back at the bargaining table today. details on what is being contract.
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>> plus, new video this morning of the asiana flight 214 crash that happened back in july. we'll have a closer look at the video. >> plus, an hour- long high- speed chase through the east bay ends in an arrest. and we have the video and it looks like the temperatures are not as frigid as one with for started. santa rosa was down to 24 degrees. we're now in the low 30 spreads low 40's for downtown san francisco. the temperatures are certainly on the climb. you can anticipate a hazy sunshine. upper 50s, perhaps a few low 60's and we will continue with the warming trend into tomorrow. looking ahead, record a brat they want is on the way. i will talk about the possibility of seven days
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towards the middle of december. maligned the time is 9:00 p.m..a.m.. >> there is an overturned car that are blocking lanes of the northbound area of the nimitz. this is our rate back up to a highway 84. these lines will continue to be blocked for about a another half an hour. the metering lights are still on and the san mateo bridge is starting to look better. the golden gate bridge is moving well and it continues. >> in about a half an hour, bart and its unions will be back to the bargaining table to try to avoid a third bart strike. the two sides reached a deal back in october but bart leaders say there was a multi million dollar mistake in the contract they can't honor. kron 4's will tran is live at bart headquarters with an update. >> both sides should be back
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here in about 30 minutes. they saw each other face-to- face over the summer and i can tell you the they are back at it and the union is stated that they should not be back at it because they agreed to this contract and they should honor it. if you're ride aboard, the trends are still running right now. but they stated that they are not promising that they would not strike again. the sticking point is that six weeks of paid medical leave, it was written in the contract. it called for bart workers to get six weeks of paid medical leave for the birth of a child or any of a family emergency. they do get that now but they have to use their vacation time, sick days, or they're on unpaid days pripet they stated that this was an accident and they did not want it there. >> march yenisei in the state agreed to the nation
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on earth. they're back at the bargaining table and there is another lawsuit was filed by the union. if this does not work out, that want to go to the court system. maligned >> i think six weeks, paid medical leave is high, i think that the problem coveted have just to make some type of negotiating. they're only just hurting us. the bart's season: a solution not have to pay more and get less. >> when you see may not your problem stating what is going on. >> i watched the news last night so i knew it was trouble. >> this would make me have to get on a crowded bus and with an extra long lines. >> if you see me at this bart station, that is a good sign that this is still ongoing. the good news is
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that they promised to negotiate today and tomorrow. the spokesperson should arrive in we would try to get an interview with her before she heads back to the tables. >> in the meantime, bart riders will soon have to pay more to ride the trains. starting january first -- bart riders will pay on average an extra 19 -cents in fares. bart says the money will help pay for new train cars and other projects that will help provide better service in the bay area. the projects include more frequent runs by the trains and funds to support future service to the silicon valley. the renewed program will mean fare increases in 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2020. bart estimates the fare hikes will generate a total of 325- million dollars. >> a dramatic high-speed chase through several east bay cities. here is video of that chase. it started out as a traffic stop around 7 o clock last night near marsh elementary school in antioch. during the stop, the driver hit an officer and fled. the officer was not injured. spike strips were thrown down. and you can see the suspect driving on the rims.
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he led police on a high speed chase through antioch, pittsburg, bay point and concord for more than an hour. going up to 100 miles an hour. the vehicle was finally disabled near the intersection of "g" street and longview road. the 36-year-old suspect from antioch tried to escape on foot but was caught a short time later. a second chase last night. also in antioch. police say around 9-30. they spotted a stolen saturn out of pittsburg. the driver didn't stop though so officers went after the vehicle. the chase ended when the suspect hit the van you see in the picture at somersville road and delta fair boulevard. the driver of the van was taken to the hospital for head pain. the male driver and his female passenger were arrested. >> new video this morning of the asiana flight 214 crash that happened back in july. the n-t-s-b releasing this video during the first day of crash hearings in washington, d.c. this video is from s-f-o security cameras. a report in the wall street
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journal has hinted the pilots may have been too *reliant on the automated systems in the plane. the n-t-s-b has not confirmed or denied the report. and at the hearing, federal investigators say a teenage girl who was killed in the asiana crash was struck not once, but twice by two rescue vehicles. 16-year-old chinese student, ye meng yuan, was still alive on the runway and covered in firefighting foam when she was hit by an emergency vehicle. but then she was hit by a fire rig spraying foam and again 11 minutes later by a second truck that was being turned around to get more water. the girl died from those incidents which investigators later said was accidental. >> coming up on the kron4 morning new spread new unemployment numbers are out this morning.
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>> welcome backnew this morning, applications for unemployment benefits surged last week to 368-thousand. that's the largest increase in more than a year. but it likely reflects the difficulty adjusting for delays after the thanksgiving holiday. the labor department says the less volatile four-week average rose 6,000 to nearly 329-thousand. that is close to pre- recession levels and generally a positive sign for job gains. >> the man accused of faking sign language during nelson mandela's memorial in south africa says, he was hallucinating and hearing voices during the event. thamsanqa jantjie did not describe his qualifications
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for being a sign language interpreter. but he says he does work for an interpreting company that paid him 85 dollars for tuesday's event. he says he's getting treatment for schizophrenia and had an episode while he was on stage. >> for the dust, if they think have done something wrong, i ask for forgiveness bread but, 4 deathfor the d scores of world d thousands of people were shocked when they noticed
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his sign language did not make any sense. a south african deputy cabinet minister says "a mistake happened" in the hiring of shawn-tee-leh. in fact, government officials have tried to track down the company that provided interpretor but now they can't be found. the deputy minister apologized to deaf people offended by the incident. an investigation is under way to determine how the interpreter received a >> live and what third center. our temperatures are on the climb and we are heading towards a warming trend. i will have your forecast coming up.
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>> welcome back. a voltage is expected today on the budget deal. house republicans are rallying behind a modest budget pact that promising to bring a temporary halt to budget brinkmanship in washington that could have caused another government shutdown on january 15th.the budget deal also eases some of the sequester cuts that would have slammed the pentagon and domestic agencies for a second straight year. >> and the tentative budget deal would raise the passenger security fee that helps fund the t-s-a's airport security efforts. right now that fee is two dollars and fifty cents for each leg of your trip. if the deal passes, that charge would go up to five dollars and sixty cents each way. that would increase a round trip fee from five bucks to more than 11 dollars.
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airline advocates say that while this upcharge may cover the deficit, it would do nothing to strengthen airport security or speed up long security lines. >> most americans say they don't want to see cell phones on planes anytime soon, according to a new poll. the f-c-c- is considering lifting the cell phone ban. but only 30 percent of americans were for the idea. the new rules would allow calls, texts or other mobile services above ten-thousand feet but not during take-off or landing. >> kron4most americans say the terisa estacio past reaction from sfo. >> most people were against this especially in regards
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to talking. this is what people had to say. >> maybe, taxing is okay. but we would just have to wait and see what happens. >> if i have to sit there and answer my phone for business i will. >> as long as you have access to your connections i think that would be fine. i think some people are unfortunate when your sitting my someone was does not into that it could be a long flight. >> will love to hear what you have to say. you can go to our website ed kron4.com. a >> an arctic blast has left people all over the country reaching for their winter
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coats and gloves. indra petersons has selected some of the states that are dealing with the coldest temperatures. >> city after city is experiencing their degrees and 20 degrees below average. forecasters say that the windy city is already filling their subzero temperatures. earlier--it is the same story where they have seen single-digit temperatures for a full week. new yorkers are bundling up with below when chills. >> and bitter cold was the reason for this fire to be challenging for firefighters. they left this banana outside and - 2 for-cash
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>> we found is completely frozen. i could actually do use this. >> in minnesota this is one of the coldest spot in america. hospitals are already preparing bread >> the doctors are urging people to stay indoors. >> as it is colder and colder it can get a worse when you are out and it can be fatal. >> we are in good shape compared to the rest of the country national weather service centers in the dead today, about 60% of the country has no. here in the bay, we're actually headed towards a warming trend. we could actually break records. as of right now, the freeze on has expired. the temperatures are on the climb. although it is still below freezing we made a
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vast improvement. >> mid 40's for oakland. one of the mild response. it looks like livermore is checking in with current temperatures at the 37. you will notice but it is pretty hazy and we do not have as much sun. your 7 day around the bay highlights of warmer weather on the way. >> we may see some fault in the bay area. this will limit the heating up the fog will stay out of here and we're looking for temperatures to be warmer. the upper 60s if not seven is possible for monday and tuesday. we may be dealing with a record-breaking one. by wednesday, partly cloudy and the temperatures in the mid 60's. we have a lot to look forward to. >> we had a hot spot
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northbound a to 80 before will pole. chp expected lanes to be blocked for the next half hour and they issued a special report but now they are selling that these cars are all the lanes. north 1880 before what " all lanes are clear but still backed up. we're still heavy on westbound 5 a which is not typica580 which is. westbound 80 is heavy from san paolo to the macarthur mayes. the bay bridge toll plaza is pretty clear and the mean lights are still lawn.on. the san mateo bridge, eastbound 92 is looking good and the golden gate bridge is also looking good. >>
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>> fans of the wildly popular sri-racha hot sauce might have a hard time getting the product. the state department of public health has implemented stricter guidelines on the manufacturer "huy fong foods." regulations now require the sauces which come in a green topped bottle with a rooster on it. be held for 35 days before they are shipped to distributors. this is just the latest setback for the company in recent weeks. huy fong foods is being sued by the l-a suburb of irwindale for filling the air with eye-burning odors from its pepper-grinding sauce operation. last month, a judge ordered the company to stop producing the odors until air-quality experts can determine how to mitigate them. >> dorito dust may be the new salt for more restaurant chains. pepsi-co, which owns the chips. started a trend last year after teaming up with taco bell to create dorito- flavored taco shells. now it's looking for other ways to create restaurant dishes featuring its popular snacks.
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some of the ideas they've come up with include doritos as a crunchy topping for wings and soda-flavored salad dressings or sauces. fast thinking and clevesome of e came up with include the burritos and as a crunchy toppin >> we will be right back. [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone 'round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound.
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>> welcome back. fast
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thinking and clever actions. that's what helped a nevada family survive two-days outside in sub-freezing weather. jay glanton built a campfire to get his family through two nights of sub- zero temperatures, sometimes reaching 20-below. just yesterday a group of 10 guys came back to the place the family was found. they were able to flip the jeep back onto it's wheels and get it started. the grandfather of the four children are so happy with the outcome. >> he did a great job. he knew what he was doing. this is the best bang and i have ever seen. >> all the family members are expected to be released from the hospital before the end of the week. >> coming up on the kron4
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morning news. bart and union leaders are about to start negotiations once again to avoid another strike for thousands of commuters. we're live in oakland with the update. >> a robbery suspect is caught in the north bay. could it be the content mall bandicotton ball bandit?
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>> welcome backbart and its unions are back at the bargaining table this morning to try to avoid a third bart strike. the two sides are at odds over a multi-million dollar contract mistake. kron 4's will tran is live at bart headquarters in oakland. >> my time is the spokeswoman and one of the negotiators for the union. let's join in. >> if state characterize this as a mistake can you go back to your union members?
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>> it is not a mistake. there have been other things where the union has made a few mistakes and lived with it. we had to do this three years ago. the discussion that we had-that's when you make a mistake, you acknowledge it. if i signed an agreement then my word is my bond. i have to live with that. that was not a mistake, they presented that to us so we don't characterize this as a mistake. whether is a clear coat ericclerical error, it doet matter. >> we need to know what the district is presenting. i cannot stress that enough. i need to know what they're saying at the table. if they made the invitation for us to come and meet them our
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members a deserved a resolution. at this point that is where we are. >> what do you say to the writers who have seen to strikes and one cooling off. what you say to them? >> i say to them that we have been responsible trying to get the contract resolved so that none of these disruptions can take place. we were put in a position or were forced to go on strike. you were forced out, we never want to do this. we said is some or all said. we have a contract, we have a deal. >> that is the district words -testis federal
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mediator will have to step in, he is also back at the table to try to hammer out a deal. >> an update on bay area weather perry ed will go live with jackie sissel >> i am here in oakland hills. there is a little bit of wind out here which is actually good news. hopefully that means that will flow through here and clear the air all. unfortunately, it is a record second spare the air day. we have had this in a row. this is our record for the winter actually, this is
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the night morning.ninth morning >> the cold air that is out here keeping the bad air ride around on ground level. spare the error means that you cannot burn wood. today is not the day free to do that. the wind is starting to pick up and that is good news. >> good morning, the offshore wind will pick up for the evening. that should clear the air but however it may usher in fall guy. that is on tap for the next week. current conditions, they're still below freezing. san
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francisco, is at 46. that afternoon, we do expect the hazy sunshine to later. we will continue with warmer weather into tomorrow and perhaps a record-breaking month i will have all look at your forecast coming up. >> we have yet another hot spot, north palm one on one. this involves a motor cycle. the traffic is terrible, northbound traffic will beat back the beyond to 37. a quick bridge check, westbound delays for the bay bridge and a metering lights are still lawn, the san mateo bridges have been no delays for highway 92. >>
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>> a bank heist and police chase ends with shots fired at a north bay shopping mall. the suspect is now under arrest and in the hospital recovering from surgery. the robbery happened yesterday morning at a novato bank of the west. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. police say the suspect gave the teller a note and asked for cash. then fled in a sliver saturn. the suspect lead officers on a chase down 101 which ended here. when the driver crashed into a pole by the northgate shopping center. and the suspect took off running. it is unclear if this person, only described as a white male, fired back at deputies. >> here is a live look, the sports-test the warriors' maybeck come back. plus, eight little boys out of colorado suspended for kissing a girl on hand.
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>> welcome back. a 60 bore near colorado springs, colorado was suspended from school for kissing a girl on the hand. not only did hunter yelton's peck get him suspended from school for two days, if the school accused him of sexual harassment. his mother says that her son has had problems in school before, getting suspended for roughhousing and kissing the same girl on the cheek. hunter gives his side of the store, saying that he and the group considered themselves " more french and girlfriend. " >> how can you say this about my child. remove sexual harassment, remove this from his record i just need to stand up and fight for this. >> we were in a reading
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group, i kissed her on her hand. that is what happened. >> the school superintendent says that hunters are record will remain within the district and that his behavior fits the school's policy description of sexual harassment, which includes unwanted touching. >> a lot of people are commenting about this story. >> david steigman, give me a break! people are so marked over love and kindness and he is only six. what a society we live in. >> diana gomez, since when is kissing a girl on hand a
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sexual harassment? is it is supposed to be a gesture of respect and romantic, it is just a signature wrote for god sakes! >> you can join the conversation on kron4.com or you can join the conversation on facebook.
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>> welcome back. more than half a million dollars will be awarded to when i iraq war veteran hurt by an officer door and occupy oakland protest. the city of oakland will pay him $645,000. this is the largest sum awarded so far to anyone injured during a string of occupied oakland protest in 2011 and 2012. >> the elevator co. and walt in the deadly accidents at the new 49ers stadium dead
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killed a man has been fined more than $50 spread this led to the death of 63 year- old mechanic don white. he was struck by an elevator counterweight in june. he was the first of two workers to buy what they were working on the new stadium. >> we have a lot of smog outside. most locations are above freezing although santa rosa is still at 31, after failed is at 36. load for is along the east shore line. daly city is at 38 degrees. it will be sunshine it will be a little warmer in the south bay. sunday there will have a high of 60. 54 degrees in
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concord and upper 50s for downtown san francisco. the temperatures are pretty much where they should be. by 8:00 p.m. tonight the temperatures will hold steady. we will not drop down dramatically. the national weather service is not expected to issue another freeze warning. the temperatures are mainly in the mid 40's. again, the offshore wind will pick up and this will help mix the air. this could actually a wester and fog. >> caltran currently has no chain requirements. bring your extra players. the temperatures are down to about 11 to 12 degrees. the afternoon will provide upper '30's, low 40's. there is a warming trend in the bay, by saturday and sunday most locations will be in the '60s. early next week we
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have the potential of breaking records. the temperatures perhaps local down as we head into the middle of next week. >> the time is 9:47 a.m.. >> we're still tracking this house spot. chp has a better location. this is the same situation with a motorcycle. there are injuries. the left lane of 11 just past alice. the the ellis. the number the bay bridge it has been in flux to wedding, the meter light still long. it is sy enter richmond. the san mateo bridge is a little bit better. the golden gate bridge is in good shape for
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one-on-one and bart is running on time. maligned the time is 9:48 a.m.. >> a warning is going out to east bay residents about arise of credit card schemerkimmrs. police in an walt creek say that they're using these devices to collect your private information. kron4 philhilippe djegal that has a few tips for you to avoid this. >> it is a good idea to make sure if anything has been tampered with. i always put my hand over the keypad so when i am entering my no. no one can see it. these people
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are placing these in these machines and the pin #is matched up to the information there reading from the card and that is why they have these cameras in order to match it up. >> the walnut creek police stated that these devices are not only been found at atms but also gas pumps as well. this detective said that the police department is investigating a handful of these cases. >> once your card goes through, often times looks like regular card reader they will have all of your private bank information including your pin number. they can make duplicates of your card and robbed you blind. >> they pay casyou should pay c. that would save you from
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this trouble. >> on to bay area of sports. the warriors are becoming the masters of a comeback. there were playing against the mavericks. monta ellis, has not lost to the warriors since he was traded. analysts, with the tough slower in >> the score 88-84 mavericks. next possession, 45 seconds left. the warriors take the lead at 93-92. the warriors' 195-93. >>win 95-. 93 >> bartp;p cp;pm signed a two-year, $20 million contract with the new york mets. the 40 year-old went
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18-6 with a 2.65 era in 30 starts for the oakland a's last season. he help them win their second straight american league western division title. he also boy a possible suspension disconnection with the biogenisis lap periods >> sports night live with gary radnich is going to debut tonight. >> friday the 13th, sometimes people think this is bad luck. but if you have bright mega millions ticket. you still have time to go purchase a ticket. >> we will be right back.
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>> welcome back. ron bur gundy is not just they made up anchormen, he is based off an actual 1970's newsman. mort crim is so original. the detroit anchor caught actor will pharaohs attention after appearing on a biography about his former female co-anchor. crim was reportedly part of
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the first male-female anchor team in the country. at the time, he did not like it one bit. just like that, a movie script was born. he says that he does not mind being the inspiration of the film. >> this character was based on may and i used to enjoy the mary tyler show. ted baxter, was a character. this bore no resemblance to me. i thought it was good parity. that is exactly what anchormen is. i do not take offense, i will left just like anybody else. >> they want to be the one. >> anchor man to will be in the characters next week. >> have a good day. the dr.
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