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13th. newly released video of the s-f-o crash of asiana flight 2-1-4. this time the pictures are from the perspective of the air traffic control tower. bart management and its two largest unions will continue contract talks today. we'll have an update on the negotiations. bart management and its two largest unions will continue contract talks today. they started negotiations yesterday over one clause in the labor contract. that is causing a major snag. the unions have already voted to ratify the contract, but bart management says the paid family leave act was included in the contract by mistake. the talks yesterday were the first formal negotiations since october 21st. a federal mediator is participating. talks resume this morning between bart and union leaders. kron four's will tran is following this story today. we have newly released video that shows the crash of asiana flight 2-14. this time, the video shows the perspective from the control tower at s-f-o. you can see the plane coming in on approach. then, it
hits the seawall and almost jumps onto the runway. the momentum of the crash sends the plane spinning in the air, before finally resting off the runway. the plane was found to be too low on approach. the pilot disconnected the autopilot, and set off the chain reaction that ended up killing three people and injuring 180 more. the n-t-s-b has wrapped up its public hearing into the crash. and that hearing provided new and sobering details into what happened. here are some of those findings. investigators determined the flight came in too low and too slow investigators also revealed the pilots were deeply concerned before landing and relied too heavily on automated control systems. the pilot flying told investigators that he was uncomfortable landing visually without an instrument approach to guide him. and acknowledged he didn't completely understand the boeing 777's automated flight system. we also now know two rescue fire trucks ran over a 16- year old passenger. as she lay covered in foam. the milpitas police department has announced a major break. in the
investigation into the city's only homicide of 2012. investigators say they have charged four people with murder and robbery in connection with the september 2012 killing of a 7-11 store clerk moe sadeghzadeh. the suspects names are jerry coneal, warner travis, delmon armstead,and bianca barrow. all four suspects were arrested earlier this month. even though the 4 suspects were teenagers at the time of the crime, they are all being charged as adults. milpitas's police chief says he hopes the arrests will bring a sigh of relief to the community. the milpitas police department has announced a major break. in the investigation into the city's only homicide of 2012. kron 4's charles clifford is in the south bay today with details. milpitas police have charged four people with murder and robbery in connection with the september 2012 killing of 7-11 store clerk moe sadeghzadeh.
the first suspect is 19 year old jerry coneal, who is being held in san mateo county on separate charges. the second suspect is 19 year old warner travis, who is a resident of las vegas nevada, he was arrested in menlo park on december 6th. the third suspect is 19 year old delmon armstead, he was arrested in a santa clara hotel room on december 6th. the fourth suspect is 20 year old bianca barrow, she is from menlo park and was arrested in menlo park on december 9th. even though the 4 suspects were teenagers at the time of the crime, they are all being charged as adults. milpitas's police chief says he hopes the arrests will bring a sigh of relief to the community. the police chief wouldn't say what information led them to the suspect. he did say that only three enter the store on the day of the robber, but four would be charged with murder. in milpitas, charles clifford kron 4 news. the police chief wouldn't say what information led
in south africa today, tens of thousands of mourners are waiting in line to view the body of nelson mandela which is lying in state for the third and final day. government officials say some 50-thousand people have gathered in pretoria to pay their respects to the former south african president. the line to see mandela is several miles long.
mandela died december 5th at the age of 95. his body will be flown to his rural hometown of qunu for a state funeral service and burial on sunday. an apology today from government officials in south africa about the sign language interpreter who didn't make any sense during nelson mandela's memorial on tuesday. the country's arts and culture prime minister says reforms must be implemented to ensure an incident like this won't happen again. it's the highest-ranking apology yet from the government, which refuses to say who was responsible for hiring the interpreter for the event. the interpreter says he was hallucinating during the memorial and hearing voices. north korea says it has executed kim jong un's uncle as a traitor for trying to seize supreme power. jang song thaek was
considered the country's no. 2 and had been seen as a kindly uncle guiding the new young leader. pyongyang's statement this morning calls him a "traitor to the nation for all ages," ''worse than a dog" and "despicable human scum." it alleges that the uncle planned a military coup. just days ago, north korea accused jang of corruption, womanizing, gambling and taking drugs, and said he'd been "eliminated" from all his posts. omg, jack. have you ever checked out these new product ideas people post on your page?
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sherry wallace, and antonio giles were released from jail yesterday. they've been ordered to appear in court again in january. the three have a scrapping permit, but police say that only covers them to take items from the curb -- not enter damaged homes and take what they like. budget battle deal sub- flash. cg the budget agreement in washington that would prevent another government shutdown on january 15th has now passed the house of representatives. and is on it's way to the senate. the budget deal would ease the harshest effects of another round of sequester cuts set to hit the pentagon and domestic agencies next month. >>erica: fairly mild conditions along the east bay shoreline. temperatures are warmer and then up 24 hours ago. visibility is limited and the north bay. down to just a half mile. that we are not only dealing
with limited visibility out on the roadway. we are also seen the potential for freezing fog black eyes more than likely for those of you out of the north bay. keep that mine and drive with extra caution. ally yourself a few extra minutes as you head out. approaching the 7:00 hour, we would have already reached their morning lows. quick warming by lunch time with mid to upper 50s for just about everyone. if the approaching your afternoon highs by 3:00 this afternoon of plenty of low 60s. what bring down those afternoon highs. los gatos 60. santa clara today with a high of 59. as we had over to the east bay similar weather over here as well. we have another spare the air alert for the six past six consecutive days. downtown's san francisco and the upper 50s. no vital 58,
60 over in oakland. for those of you having of tutto hall temperatures will be in the lower to upper forties for the last several days. no snow is expected. high pressure builds and of the eastern pacific. that would keep any storms well to our north. former weather on the way. monday expected to be the warmest. it could be dealing with a record- breaking warm. upper 60s and perhaps the upper '70's that judge lowe '70s. a cool down a temperatures by the middle of next week the ticket would enter morning lows, looks like most locations are well above the freezing mark. 618 as the time. happy friday dan. >>: happy friday. looks like the commute may not rise at all. let's cross our fingers for it walnut creek and 680 is in good shape so this 24 in either direction higher volume than we've
been seeing but overall we are in good shape. san jose 101 north bound started to pick it up but we are still moving at the limit pretty much throughout the south bay on 2101. bay bridge toll plaza, some light delays but no major rain lights. some fasttrack lanes moving well. is looking good across the upper deck and to san francisco. san mateo bridge we seen an increase in volume and the westbound direction creek golden gate bridge as well checking and add the lemon to northbound and southbound 101. bars on time. -judge bart is on time. an associated press intelligence-gathering three people were stabbed
was the pilot, dale smith, his son and daughter in law his daughter and her fiancee. search crews reluctantly halted operations yesterday citing worsening conditions and safety concerns. >>mark: the budget agreement in washington that would prevent another government shutdown on january 15th has now passed the house of representatives and it's on its way to the senate. the budget deal with ease the harshest effects of another round of sequestered cuts sit set to hit the pentagon and domestic agencies next month. the budget has a tougher road ahead and the u.s. senate mainly over concerns that it does not extend jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed but it does look like it will pass in the senate and the president has indicated he will sign it.
an associated press investigation shows that a u.s. man who disappeared nearly seven years ago and i ran was working for the cia as part of an unapproved intelligence gathering mission. retired fbi agent robert levenson vanished in march 2007 on the iranian island of kish. for years, the u.s. has described him as a private citizen traveling on private businesses. but a team of cia analyst, with no authority to run spy operations was pain levenson to gather intelligence. in response, the reid analysts were forced out and seven others were disciplined. the cia paid by benton's family $2.5 million to preempt a revealing loss' approved the u.s. has no word on levenson state for nearly three years. if he is still alive, levenson is the longest-held u.s. captive in history.
denver police say at least three people were stabbed in a stadium parking lot after the broncos game last night. this a fourth person may have been stabbed but that person left the scene. police have several people in custody, but so far none of them have been charged. police say one of the victims was initially in critical condition but all are conscious and talking.
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time for the kron4 tech report with gate slate. the morning. it's a good day for instagram users. the popular social network has added a new feature. the ability to send and receive a direct messages. users will now be able to send photos or videos directly to just one person they are following or up to 15 people. this is a way of offering private messaging. some pictures and videos you don't want everyone to see. you can use the one to one button on the bottom of the screen to be able to tell the person who has seen at your foot or video with a check mark. with 150 million active user is.
opening bell on wall street as hilton on the left side. they are publicly traded once again. taking a look at wall street this morning, futures trading shows all three indexes positive right now. nvestors are worried the end may be nearing for the federal reserve's support for the economy. that drove the stock market to its lowest level in a month yesterday. looks like some gains after the dow lost 300 points over the last week it is 633 dead friday at let's see what the weather, says looking like. >>erica: we are 12 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. you notice for his leaving the house in oakland and hayward. we also have some of fog for made so be extra cautious we will continue with warmer weather as we head into the weekend. in
fact by sunday most of us will seize 60s. i'll be breaking down your extended forecast to show you the possibility for some record- breaking temperatures coming up mi 45 reports. that's just my 645 reports. >>: almost all lanes low approaching the tolls for its getting into san francisco this is only getting worse. san mateo bridge is holding strong. a little sluggish on the getting over the peninsula tree and getting out of the peninsula is a good shape. and no delays on 101 or bart.
kron4 took a ride to is take a look at the broken bolt. crews are working now to install the new steel saddle which would secure the new span and make it safer and the event of an earthquake. we've learned it's taken longer. >>: the solution is not something you can just go down to home depot and pilaf a shelf. this is a complex custom fix for a very complex problem. >>: we are following their progress. bridge officials say the six and a half billion dollar project is expected to be completed in january so we will keep an eye on the progress. kron took a boat ride underneath the eastern deck to check on the repairs to the broken bolts on the new span of the bay bridge. you may remember, broken
bolts almost derailed the grand opening of the new span over the labor day weekend. crew are working to install the new steel saddle which will secure the new span and make it safe in an earthquake. installation was supposed to be done this month, but is taking longer than expected. the permanent fix that makes the new span of the bay bridge safe in an earthquake. is not finished yet. you may remember, broken bolts almost derailed the grand opening of the new span over the labor day weekend crews are working right now. to make the final repairs and complete the 6- point-5 billion dollar project. livermore yesterday.
talks resumed this morning between bart and union leaders. kron4's will tran is following this story today. he is live at the west oakland bart station. >>: it was a $40 million mistake and that it is bringing both sides back to the bargaining table a third strike still loans. -loons if a decision isn't made soon. >>: we were forced out. we never wanted to do it and we don't want to do it now. we have a contract we have a deal. >>: that to the district were pretty you have not heard anything from the unions saying anything about a strike unless someone had asked a question. we have never presented that as an option. >>: you did not hear her say
know we will not go on strike so this story continues to be very fluid. we plan to give rider reaction as well as move over to the headquarters and talk to negotiators again before they head into the meeting about three hours from now. will new numbers for a signing for the affordable care act are picking up. nearly 50,000 californian signed up on covered see a dog, the first week of december. since the marketplace was launched six weeks ago even with the early glitches over 150,000 californians have registered for national totals almost one-third of everyone registered for health care is here and california. there is a rush to sign up before the december 29th deadline to have coverage beginning on january 1st and then there's the march 31st deadline for all americans to have health
paul, who ran sunnyvale motors, would promise to pay sellers after he sold their cars for them, but instead he would pocket the money he received. he is being held in lieu of $400,000 bail. also new this morning. police in seattle are looking into a possible connection between a large- scale wine theft earlier this month and a similar heist in san francisco.
so far, two suspects have been taken into custody in seattle. they accused of taking up to 650-thousand dollars worth of wine at a store last month. the pair allegedly cut gas lines at the store to try and start a fire after taking the wine. now, investigators want to know if this is connected to a theft at fine wines international in san francisco back in march. in that burglary, tens of thousands of dollars worth of wine was stolen. whatoes at first spooul tte le? ok. hoy bunches oats. ching! mmmm! mmmm! mm!
>>darya: the alameda county coroner has confirmed the identity of the man killed in a fiery dui crash on 58 livermore yesterday. his name is reid whitaker a 29 year-old resident of livermore. to others were injured in the crash and another is behind bars. it all happened around 10:00 a.m.. police said the man who accused iraq-caused the wreck was drunk. he is identified as 53 year-old
primitivo garcia. he was arrested and charged with felony you buy and vehicular manslaughter. friends and family held a vigil for several young men who have gone missing without any explanation in the last few years. dozens attended the vigil at the steps of city hall to remember the six young men who disappeared within the last two years. all of them were men in their 20's and all of them vanished without contacting their families or friends.
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below freezing and 43 degrees right now and fremont. we will continue with that warming trend. mid-60s for just about everyone. we set the stage for some record-breaking temperatures as we start the next work week. temperatures for much were they should be it for this time of the year. 637 on the clock here is dan. we are looking at a worsening bay bridge commute. the reason for this demeter and whites are now on. we are seeing all lanes build up with traffic.
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plans to add one, possibly two black female performers to its cast as soon as next year. s-n-l has been responding to complaints about its lack of diversity. criticism was sparked by two of the shows black male cast members, jay pharoah and keenan thompson. thompson even refused to perform as a black female in sketches. saturday night live has seen two dozen candidates in recent weeks in l-a, chicago and new york. beyonce surprises fans by releasing a self-titled album on i-tunes at midnight. it's the fifth solo studio album for the pop diva. beyonce says the release on i-tunes allows her to deliver music and visual
content directly to her fans when she wants to and how she wants to -- with no filter. it's also the artist's first visual album, meaning the 14 songs on it are accompanied by 17 videos the singer shot at locations around the world. we might see a little twerking in times square on new year's eve. that's because miley cyrus ti love watching tvy cyrus outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles.
an indiana homeowner is taking christmas decorating to the next level. he has more than 52 thousand lights. hundreds of themed displays. and 86 christmas trees. all *inside his house. since 2002, the display grows every year. the entire setup takes about four weeks to complete and the public is welcome to come take a look. no cost, but donations are encouraged. the display heats the house to about 85 degrees.
we're getting you in the holiday spirit with another kron local special, amazing holiday lights. our one-hour show takes you live all around the bay bringing you some spectacular holiday light displays, tree lightings and holidays festivities. kron 4's amazing holiday lights, tonight.at 9pm. right after kron 4 news at 8.
top stories we are following on this friday december 13th. newly released video of the s-f-o crash of asiana flight 2-1-4. this time the pictures are from the perspective of the air traffic control tower. bart management and its two largest unions will continue contract talks today. we'll have an update on the negotiations.