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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.
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bart management and its two largest unions will continue contract talks today. it's going to be a hazy sunshine today because of that cold air. we have another spare the air day.
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to are developing story. with talks resuming between guards and its union leaders for the kron4 will tran has tory for months now. he has the latest of the west oakland bart station. bart trains are still running. you can see the lights on behind me at the west oakland station. we had a chance to talk to a spokeswoman 82 antoinette. she believes a deal was a deal and there was no
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clerical error of this six weeks of unpaid medical leave. agreed to by the negotiators. nonetheless they are back at the bargaining table. marked for riders keep asking and will there be a third strike. i presented that question to answer that bryant here's what she had to separate them and we were put in a position to go on strike a bold times. neither one of the unions. we were forced out. we never wanted to do that. we have said that from the onset that we don't want to do that now. >>: will there be a third strike? again, that's the unions and that's just that's the districts words. we do not want to do that. we have never presented that as an option. it didn't matter who wanted it. as far as the bart riders are concerned there are two strikes. you heard her say it we are not talking about
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the word strike but you also did not hear her say there will not be a strike.
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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.
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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
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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
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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.
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a new poll out this morning suggest that california voters are gradually taking a more negative view of organized labor. the slide in support representative live from a survey taken two years ago when more voters favored unions. now 45 percent of registered voters say labor unions do more harm than good. the milpitas police department has announced a major break. in the investigation into the
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city's only homicide of 2012.
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can 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 50,000 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 room home town of --rural hometown of qunu for a state funeral service and burial on sunday.
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the weekly bingo event funds north korea says it has executed kim jong un's uncle as a traitor for trying to seize supreme
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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
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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.
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a warming trend of our own hair and the bay area. here's a look at your 7 day around the bay forecast for. we will see record-breaking war. those numbers will slide and. at 719 on the clock here is dan. >>: unfortunately for a '80s out the bound direction were looking as slow traffic approaching the interchange. it continues to be heavy. dumbarton bridge commute westbound receiving delays approaching the toes. northbound traffic on 880 much better. the still expect a slowing approaching the 92 entered change. let's
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look at the bay bridge commute, still solid all the way to the end of the lot. the meter in lights are on. its heavy through berkeley are westbound 80 approaching the macarthur maze. here's a look at the san mateo bridge. heavy on the stand itself of an over the high rise. eastbound no problems. art is on time. the search has been called off for a san jose take executive and four others whose plane went missing in idaho's back country earlier
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this month. the single- engine beechcraft disappeared near yellow pine, about 150 mi. north of boise. on board was the pilot, dale smith his son and daughter-in-law his daughter and her fiancee. search crews reluctantly hot the operations yesterday citing worsening conditions and safety concerns. >>darya: 8 this morning, we are learning just how family of six including four young children managed to survive being stranded for two brutal flights and the nevada wilderness. other family members said the family survive temperatures as low as 20 below zero on crackers chips and cookies. they also burned sagebrush, heated rocks and burned a spare tire to keep warm for it she says they never lost hope but they were growing desperate and were about to begin walking toward hope. when they were found tuesday. three out of the four people remain in the hospital.
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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 eye ran a resort island of kish. for years, the u.s. has described him as a private citizen traveling on private business. but according to the associated press, a team of cia analyst with no authority to run spy operations was spread paid 11¢ to gather intelligence. the cia paid 11¢ family $2.5 million to preempt a revealing a lawsuit. the u.s. has had no word on levenson state for nearly three years street is still alive, levenson is the longest-held u.s. captive in history.
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>>mark: the budget agreement in washington that would prevent another government shutdown on january 15th has now passed the house of representatives and is on its 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. the budget has a tougher votes ahead in 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 and the senate and the president has indicated he will sign it. >>james: >>james: a sweeping crackdown on unsafe bus companies could affect how you travel this holiday season. the federal
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authority's shutdown 52 bus companies and pulled some 340 vehicles off the road. two daily accidents in just a year spurred a nationwide crackdown on bus companies deemed unsafe. last december, a crash in or get killed nine people and injured 39 others. then in february, eight people died and dozens were injured when a bus crashed here in california. federal already shut down the companies involved in those accidents citing serious safety issues. and they didn't stop ♪ [ male announcer ] this december, experience the gift of exacting precision and some of the best offers of the year [ ding! ] at the lexus december to remember sales event. this is the pursuit of perfection.
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like in the 80's? welcome back. twitter has gone back to its old policy of the block to a means of blocked. he used to be that blocking someone on twitter meant that person could no longer see your tweets or interact with you. then twitter change that policy triggering an avalanche of negative feedback. well,
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twitter has heard you loud and clear. blocked once again remains blocked. >>james:instagram has announced a new messaging feature that allows you to send a photo or video to friends. "instagram direct" lets users and photo specifically to up to 15 followers. those friends will then be able to chat about the photo. the direct messaging feature will work in real time, telling you when your friends have viewed the photo. instagram's founder says the feature is still in the early stages but hints there could soon be the option to create groups are san could soon be the option to create groups are san [son] all right,she has no idea.
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it's friday the 13th and it could be your lucky day. have you bought a lottery ticket. kron4's jackie sizzle is live at the 711 and san lorenzo with more. >>: $400 million is what's is at stake today. today could be your lucky day. it
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could happen. the chances are one in 259 million. again steal but it could happen. here's some video by shot. and i have to choose between 75 numbers for informally 56 numbers. the talk to one customer and the big question is what would you do if you want. >>: i could go on vacation relax take your family and friends. >>: i would go on a world of vacation. like a cruise or something. >>: got by monnet house got
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to go visit my family and germany. take care of some friends and have a big party at work. with the limo. that i don't think i would show and all to work. either way one and 259 million almost everybody in the united states would have to buy a ticket for it to be a good guide for you. not looking good but to buy one ticket their odds are just the same. let's find out about the forecasting.
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>>: warmer temperatures. right now san francisco at 43 degrees. 44 and oakland. we are at the freezing mark leaving the house and up livermore. santa rosa temperatures are in the mid- 20s. temperatures will continue to form. low 60s this afternoon and a warming trend are on the way as to carry into the weekend. by sunday we could see mid-60s and your morning lows are well above the freezing mark. in the picture 7 day around the bay coming up at 745. >>: we have a big bay bridge toll plaza commute. backed up well beyond the 880 overpass. a little bit heavy westbound 580 approaching the maze. mostly to slow on the ramp getting to the many plaza. it will be slow for everybody behind those meter and light and the span itself. was down 92 not that many delays. your back up a
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little bit sluggish on the spanish self getting over towards the peninsula. eastbound traffic golden gate bridge well-behaved and bart is on time. >>james: and a story will only see on kron4. we took a boat ride underneath the eastern back to check on the repairs to the broken bolt on the new span of the bay bridge. you may remember, broken bolt almost derailed the grand opening of the new span. over the labor day weekend. crews 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. >>: is not something you can just pull off a shelf at home depot. it's a complex custom fix for a very complex problem. >>james: bridge official said the $6.5 billion project is expected to be completed in january. it has been a month since the demolition of the old
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bay bridge started. and already crews are making of possible progress. crews have almost completed the constructing 1,400 ft. of the upper deck between the two towers. and crews are expected to wrap of the contracting the upper deck some time this weekend. if all goes according to plan, next week crews will begin removing concrete and asphalt from the lower deck. demolition of the more than 58,000 t of steel won't start until next year. the entire demolition process is expected to take at least five years and cost $92.4 million. >>darya: friends and family held a vigil for several young men who have gone missing without any explanation and 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 20s and all of them
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managed without contacting their families or friends. in october of 2013 paulo netto went missing calling 911. in november of 2013, derrick trout went missing on his way to city college. --chow. they're all in the same age group. parents of these young men are desperate for answers. officials are not saying that these cases are connected but the similarities are hard to ignore and the families of these young men say that more needs to be done and investigator disappearance. >>james: a luxury used-car dealer out of sunnyvale faces prison term for defrauding customers of more than $1 million in cash and cars. wisal ameen, also known as andy wahl, pleaded
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no contest to grand theft, conspiracy, money laundering and other charges. paul, who ran sunnyvale motors, what promise to pay sellers after he sold their cars for them but instead he will 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 that earlier this month in a similar heists in san francisco. so far, two suspects have been taken into custody in seattle. they accused of taking up to $650,000 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
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international in san francisco back in march. and that burglary, tens of thousands of dollars worth of wine was stolen. >>mark: sign up for the affordable care act are picking up here in california. our stay setting up its own exchange instead of using the federal healthcare.gov. nearly 50,000 californians windup on--signed up on coveredca .com in the first week of december. since the marketplace was launched six weeks ago. even with early glitches, over 150,000 californians have registered. so that means almost one-third of all the registrations nationwide have been here in california. there is a rush
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denver police say at least three people were stabbed in a stadium parking lot after the broncos game last night. they say fourth person may have been stabbed to find that person left the scene. please 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. the federal communications commission has voted to consider lifting its ban on the in-flight cellphone consider lifting its ban on the in-flight cellphone hills. h♪ could it be? ♪ no presents beneath the tree? ♪
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♪ wait a minute, now i see ♪ my gifts are above me ♪ that's my kind of holiday there's no reason to continue it. critics say so phone conversations are unknowing and the close confines of a plane. the fcc is taking public input on the proposal. >>darya: when we return garies world ♪ yeah her gift
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we're back at 745 let's get right to the weather department. >>: a warming trend heading our way. right now we are at the freezing mark. concord and livermore still hovering and the twenties but oakland at 44. visibility down to zero and a bottle. you will see pretty fog conditions along the east bay shoreline as well. freezing fog in some
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spots and actually kind of a rarity here in the bay area. split conditions are possible. certainly drive with extra caution. as we head into the afternoon it's going to be a sunny day but it may give you a hazy sunshine. this is the sixth consecutive bear the air alert for the bay area. no wood burning is allowed. good news is you won't need it with mountain view at 59, 60 n. sunnyvale. with the upper 50s for vallejo at walnut creek 60 degrees in pittsburgh. downtown san francisco checking and at 58 to 60 degrees in oakland. in their 7 day around the bay forecast shows a warming trend headed our way. in fact we could be talking about record-breaking want to buy later next week. 746 rain now the morning dan. >>: some daylight at the bay bridge toll plaza. sacking
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of the most of the lanes however. the main lights remain on. we are back up between the 880 overpass. other than that, kind of a tough commute to and not tough as it usually is. san mateo bridge westbound we are seeing some delays from about industrial getting to the tolls. but like it will be o.k. but then it's not. it will continue to be slow all the way over towards 101. no problem at all. are one of creek camera shows what we need spare the air days. 680 well but not a lot of air movement. or give it a little bit of that hayes erica was talking about. north bound 101 is sluggish through the 880 interchange.
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>>: and you're lucky enough to make millions. if you're lucky enough to get all these commercials that run the media and on and give them a smile. call 1¢ on pay to play football and not to talk to you guys. >>: the big show. how did it go last night. >>: it went to the various it was a lot of fun. >>: criticizing colin kapernick. it tried to get people worked out? about what it does bother me. you don't have to like the media. i wouldn't talk to them it did. but if you're going to do commercial and gold all the empty the events and things like that, then what the heck. just smile on my line is blow them off with a smile. >>: at lacy where's the beef
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around his neck. what it wants to the press conference to you guys were trying to ask the question and he kept them over his ears. >>: i'm lucky that i don't have to go down there. >>: he's going to be a fine. he's a young guy but i have this thing. if you're blessed enough to have a good public jobs even at our level. if you walk out on the street, people say i like the show or not you guys up at least acknowledges and keep moving. >>: i agree. >>: or stay home. that's my think. >>: it also like being halfway decent to somebody than stay home for it well they are going to be home. the 49ers of the and the sunshine and tampa bay. i know what to say they're going to win. i looked at some of their records. who's
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going to land. the raiders and the kids play. warriors led the rockets and they received so many amazing comeback i'm waiting to see and there's any big comeback with this game. >>: the only trouble is when you keep coming back it's fun and it's great to adjust to remember this is december and if there exerting all this energy and haven't come back. eventually. i think it's proven. it catches up to you agree that we are waiting for the comeback stuff--of andre of tjheigodula. contra has been here one
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month grid kobe has been here for a seventh teen years treated the same team. his comeback is going to be more dramatic. my mother released this for his big comeback that meant nothing between two teams that mean nothing in the conference. >>: marvin williams returns for its then a funny video of a game or a dad saved his daughter from a bull who was charged in and out of control. watch this. there's his daughter. he sees the player is going to come out and he pulls. the player keeps going and grid = his daughter away she doesn't even get touched. even though i saw his foot go down. i'm saying a while.
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>>: uc of the save your daughter from able. what did the guide to. . how did he have her and proximity. in chicago bulls. and the dads the dad is somebody. this famous lawyer to the stars. he represents lady gaga, did did,--diddy, usher. and today i think is supposed to be the day. maybe he will be representing chloe or lamar. i guess it was the f a built as fidelity rap. they are supposed to get a divorce today. >>: and sandy alomar had a drug problem but probably
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the mother said that's enough for it is bad for our family and its. we cannot have this. it's okay if i did a 20 year-old but you can hang out with margaret and he's a really nice a guy aa those drugs get a hold of you and now no team will sign him and tough luck. >>: it as the mom is orchestrating critical is probably like we don't need this anymore
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bart trains are running this morning & bart and its unions back at the bargaining table. i would say what the young and have to say about the possibility. in and taking a live look at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. here's a look after weather. the >>: >>: temperatures below
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freezing and the center was on about all. take a look at all but four days for oakland san francisco and fremont i will talk about some warm and coming up. the morning dan. >>: hardly any delays in now. marian lights are on and so it's a little slow on the stand getting into the city but for 8:00 this isn't so bad. a little bit sluggish. bass down on delays.
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developing story. talks resume this morning between bart and union leaders. kron four's will tran is following this story today. he's live at the west oakland bart station, will? you want ask yourself and are the bart trains running and yes they are. will they run and the future if there is no deal and place. we talked to the head negotiator for the 800 and to that brian. she's a negotiator and a spokeswoman. i caught up with her before she went into the negotiations carried >>: we were put in a position where we were forced to go on strike both times. neither one was at
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the unions. we were forced out we never wanted to do it. we have set it from the onset. we have a contract. that's the districts word. you have not heard anything from the unions saying anything about the strike unless someone has asked a question that she also said the same thing the previous two times. if of the semantics but either way we sought to strike and in the past. they are back at it again. she tells me they are open to anything but it tells me and up to a good chance that they have to exchange something. you can't just take off that provision and a provision we are talking about is six weeks of paid medical leave. our leaders say it's an accident. they said they did not mean to have that and there but for whatever reason it was agreed bart union is saying a deal is a guilt. you should have looked at it as carefully as we did. you can at this point say it was an accident. we would just have to wait and see. if you're a
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bart rider you are stuck in the middle of this. the answer today belt is that bart trains are running. well i'm 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. a new poll out this morning suggests that california voters are gradually taking
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a more negative view of organized labor. the slide in support represents a flip from a survey taken two years ago when more voters favored unions. now, 45-percent of registered voters say labor unions do more harm than good. we have newly released video that shows the crash
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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.
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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
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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. new this morning out of the south bay. a high school marching band is robbed of thousands of dollars at a fundraiser. police say an armed man with
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watching wall street 15,00738 to three and the dow has lost 600 p. of. five week low. >>:
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block remains blocked. tafoya live and the weather center the cold snap is officially behind us and fact we are pushing to a warming trend. i would have more details and your full forecast when the kron4 morning news returns. i love watching tv 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.
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>>darya: this morning, we are learning just how the family of six including four young children managed to survive been stranded for two brutal night and the nevada wilderness. other family members say the family survive temperatures as low as 20 below zero or crackers chips and cookies. they also burned sagebrush heated rocks and burning is very tired to keep warm. she says they never lost hope of they were growing desperate and were about to begin walking toward health. when there were found tuesday. she worked side-by-side up
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with her boyfriend to make sure those babies were safe. three of the four children and that do remain in the hospital but they don't have serious frostbite and they're going to be just fine. joining us on the phone is sally with heavenly resort watching the snow making. of >>: a much know how they picked up >>: we received 30 engines and a cold temperature as came through have allowed our snow makers to work around the clock producing snow. we have to run to open 9 mi. of ski terrain. looking towards the holidays we're going to open up our
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california side. right now we have top to bottom on the nevada side. -no thought of. >>darya: talking to erica about the temperatures i thought it would be warming up can you still make the snow. it doesn't have to get colder? >>: there are a lot of things that go into it and that includes the humidity and temperatures if conditions are right they are going to strain the net. we may not be able to have come during the day like we have recently however we are going to work are hardest to get the best conditions out there and open as much as we can for gas.
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>>darya: thank-you sally. but the more on the forecast with the changes here. >>erica: key benefits on a positive note if you're heading up we don't have any chain restrictions in effect. easygoing. for the past week we've seen temperatures as low as 5 degrees below zero. but it looks like we will see some warm morning lows and the warming trend heading into the weekend. we could see upper 40's and sunshine. looking to the extended models high pressure building and over the eastern pacific is a look
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like we will see any storms. taking a look at the temperatures we've already bottomed out. from this point climb. take a look at oakland live in the house to 44 degrees and 38 and a lee city. visibility is a problem in some spots but we have seen some improvement in the north bay bridge we were dealing with freezing fog earlier. you could see the fog has made its way down the east bay shoreline. also now as far east as concord and livermore see slightly of foggy conditions for those of you and the south bay. but the fog will burn off as we head into the afternoon. expect a hazy sunshine. today marks the sixth consecutive day with a spare the air alert know what burning as allowed. on
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monday we could see a marked. some places upper 60s perhaps low 70's and south bay. we will save temperatures in the middle of next week. expect partly cloudy conditions time now is 820. on to traffic with a damp. >>: i love this law on southbound 680 approaching the it 24 an interchange. westbound for is going to be have bay. san jose north
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bound 101 sluggish past the 880 interchange. we will continue to have the approaching mountain view but that's off and on. bay bridge toll plaza not too many delays here. san mateo bridge on east on 90 to a no problem westbound. we are seeing the way as looking good northbound and southbound
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investigation shows that a u.s. man who disappeared nearly seven years ago in iran was working for the cia as part of an unapproved intelligence- gathering mission. retired fbi agent robert levinson vanished in march 2007 on the iranian island
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of kish. for years, the u.s. private citizen traveling on private business. but a team of cia analysts, with no authority to run spy operations, was paying levinson to gather intelligence. in response, three analysts were forced out and seven others were disciplined. the cia paid levinson's family $2.5 million to pre-empt a revealing lawsuit. the u.s. has had no word on
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levinson's fate for nearly three years. if still alive. levinson is the longest held u.s. captive in history 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
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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
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for the event. the interpreter says he was hallucinating during the memorial and hearing voices. they are given the national so the attention it clearly doesn't want. meanwhile and kansas city another zoo animal that was recently brought to kansas city zoo has died. a 24 year-old female orangutan named intan was brought to the zero last month from a los angeles for breeding.
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the animal was found dead yesterday and and then door holding area. zoo officials say that at a mall likely died of heart failure.
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new this morning. the mega millions drawing will be happening tonight.
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have you bought your ticket? the odds of winning the lottery. one that in 259 million. there's a greater chance of becoming the president. the mega millions is $400 million to nine. the is to have 56 numbers. now they have 75 numbers which makes it that much harder. here's some video inside the store were people were buying lottery tickets and today is a mecca million at is the fifth largest lottery have her. the second-biggest and mega millions lottery and california history.
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story you always see here on kron4. hot crews are still working on that permanent fix to 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. crews are working right now to make the final repairs and complete the 6-point-5 billion dollar project. kron 4's justine waldman takes us under the bay bridge to see how the work is coming along.
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for repairs to the broker involved kron4 knows today both tried to underneath the west turned back. the ball is snapped under stress and made them seismically unsafe. then it's of 120. this still saddled with as the solution. it will secure the noseband and make a safe and the face of a of earthquake. despite this, construction is more than all along. for the first time when now have a concrete cover. the sons of still attendance still planned to hold than doubled to employees. while workers
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are almost on here the temporary fix which allow theopen this the chefs are still of place. wedged and an unscrewed tide. it buys more time to fix the broken involved. now the permanent fix will be a used by the end of the beginning of january. and underneath the bay bridge on just a waldman, kron4 nos. 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
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their 20's and all of them vanished without contacting their families or friends. in october of 2013, paulo netto went missing calling 911. in november of 2013, derrick chow went missing on his way to city college. they are all in the same age group. parents of these young men are desperate for answers. officials are not saying that these cases are connected but the similarities are hard to
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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. chance walser gives us a tour. we're getting you in the it's 85 degrees. 1400 square feet and corte ground to ceiling and even the back from private but with a holiday ceiling. since 2002 of the display grows every year. a maze of right chair. lots of different types of lives from places you can find around here. the
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subtext of four weeks and the public is welcome to come take a peek. no cost just a request to fill this box a donation to riley which shore made a lot. >>: we don't expect anything for it we do they take donations for riley but we just do it to see all the smiles and happy faces. we are getting you and the holiday spirit with another kron local special, amazing holiday lights. kron local special, amazing holiday lights. like the enticing aroma and distinctive taste of nespresso. elegant capsules meet masterfully crafted machines, and one touch creates the perfect coffee,
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tablets are some of the most popular gadgets out there but before you go shopping for yours, rich demuro is here with his list of the best tablets for 2013.
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the thing i've asked about most is tablets. there are so many to choose from these are the models that really stand out this holiday season. >>: it seems like there's an of tablet every day budget can't go wrong with these models. or media. music and movies magazines you name it. amazon carries it. it's super light. you won't believe how clear the screen is. it's loaded with a dolby surround sound. movie lovers will spend hours with the x- ray feature. you can even jump the scene with bloopers. if you want to work and play microsoft surfaced to is your best bet. snapple one of the keyboard covers and pop of the bill then stand for a eighth laptop. and when
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you're done with work pull the keyboard off and watching movies or play a game. the where app selection is still growing. at $220, google nexus 7 is the best android tablet around. a high-resolution screen of the battery life and a flag designed for it perfect for everyday use and browsing the web and bonus points for the ability to add a wireless charger. finally it if it's the absolute best tablet you want to go for the ipad air. apple's best design and gets rid of that are lighter and faster for that its predecessors but the best path sprint's ipad error is also the best kids tablet thanks to a wide selection of educational gaps and built-in parental controls. just add an outer box to protect your investment. >>: one more word of advice those android tablets are attempting budget might not get a clear the screening of battery life or access to
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the latest tax-free if you want to see all tablets i mentioned go to the website the tech reported got tv. i'm richmond tomorrow. soft is kept get get ed that but
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developing story. talks resume this morning between bart and union leaders. kron four's will tran is following this story today. he's live at the west oakland bart station, will? bart management and its two when the first and check and the weather center agreed >>erica: temperatures
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hovering at around freezing. the preferred is live and the house and san jose but at least temperatures are warm midday yesterday. as we head into the afternoon expect a hazy sunshine. temperatures will mainly be an upper 50s low 60s " warmer weather is certainly on the way. we could see some of record-breaking warmth. >>: we are looking at a pretty decent bay bridge toll plaza commute. mr. alleged remained on. toch not as slow as a normal weekday. we can't take a look at our traffic maps and see that traffic is moving very well on highway 92. 84 also looking good slow traffic on 880 approaching those interchanges. the golden gate bridge is the way free as is bart agreed
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largest unions will continue contract talks today. they started negotiations yesterday over one clause in the labor contract. that is causing a major snag. kron4's will tran is following the story. >>: according to the unions they say there's optimism. they have one hand and a courts system with their lawsuit filed saying that bart agency violated state rules. bart says there's a nine. put the court system is one route to the other route is day two of the contract talks. they won they exchanged proposals.
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they sat down with a federal mediator for months to try to hammer out the deal with which both sides thought was done. we got a chance to talk to the party and dance. i asked and to that brian is there a possibility of a third strike. hit
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a new poll out this morning suggests that california voters are gradually taking a more negative view of
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organized labor. the slide in support represents a flip from a survey taken two years ago when more voters favored unions. now, 45-percent of registered voters say labor unions do more harm than good. we have newly released video that shows the crash of asiana flight 2-14. this time, the video shows control tower at s-f-o. kit 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 but sends the plane spinning in the air, before finally resting off the runway.
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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
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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. what we also now know two rescue fire trucks ran over a 16- year old passenger. as she lay covered in foam.
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you're back at 19 with a news story for you. the san rafeal the elementary school was closed this morning after and minivan-plowed into the school last night. causing a ghastly and injuring occupants of the vehicle. the van had the slot decide of laurel elementary school on one linden avenue. -- laurel dell elementary
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school on woodland avenue. right at the pg &e service connections for gas and electricity. the collision caused the gas line to rupture and knocked out electricity and the building. two people in the van suffered minor injuries. the score remained without power and gas this morning. school officials said they expect full utility issues to be resolved over the weekend with class is resuming on monday. the milpitas police department has announced a major break in the investigation into this city's only homicide of 2012. investigators say they have charged for people with murder and robbery in connection with the september 2012 killing of a 711 store clerk moe
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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 four suspects for teenagers at the time of the crime they are all being charged as adults. the police chief and say what information led them to the suspect. he did say that only three into the store on the day of the robbery but for would be charged with murder.
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edward--a word from instagram has announced a new messaging feature that allows you to send a photo or video to france privately. ins intagram direct lets users and photo specifically to up to 15 followers. those friends will then be able to chat about the fall. the direct messaging feature will work in real time, telling you when your friends have the of the fall. --seen the viewed the photo. insttagrams
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founder says the figure is still in the early stages but hands there could soon be the option to create groups are sending multiple pictures directly. >>erica: we are approaching a warming trend. later on tonight is going to be not as cold. you're out and about. perhaps you have dinner plans for it looks like most locations will hold on to offer for days. expect sunny skies here's a look at your 7 day around
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the bay forecast are on a four-man tran to look forward to a hot spot between westbound 580. just before the 680 interchange. and boston overturned big rig. injuries associated with this accident. does the same time we have a fatal accident. we certainly hope this isn't the case. there's
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a flaw with spill on the roadway. they are all blocked. with no estimated time. dumbarton bridge looking good. minor delays right now. metering lights are still on and bart is on time. >>darya: 98 team right now. an associated press investigation shows that a u.s. man who disappeared
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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 eye- iranian island of kish. for years, the u.s. has described him as a private citizen traveling on private business. but a team of seat by eight analysts, with no of authority to run spy operations was pain levenson to gather intelligence. in response, three analysts were forced out and seven others were disciplined. the cia paid 11¢ family $2.5 million to preempt a revealing lawsuit. the u.s. has had no word on levenson state for nearly three years for it is still alive, levenson is the longest-held u.s. captives in history.
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caught >>mark: 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 50,000 people have gathered in pretoria to pay their respects to the former south african president. the line at to see mandela is several miles long. mandela died december 5th at the age of 95. his body will be flown to his rural home town of buqunu but a state funeral service and burial on sunday.
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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. and the country's arts and culture prime minister says the 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 events. the interpreter says he was hallucinating during the memorial and hearing voices. >>darya: >>darya: denver police say at least three people were stabbed in a stadium parking lot after the broncos game last night. is a fourth person may have guessed that the that that person left the scene. police have
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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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welcome back tracking a major hot spot westbound 580 approaching the dublin interchange. all lanes are blocked involving to big- ticket overturned accident. for right now westbound 580 all lanes are blocked. --big rig. we will continue to track. >>: 54321 left off. >>: over the last five days
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conner johnson passing the power behind a dream. >>: about 4000 >>: his petition to the white house to say funding for the space program jumped from 40 signatures to more than 14,000. >>: a lot of people want nasa to come back. >>: many grown-ups saw his passion. they saw himself and him. one by one the encouragement came pouring in. >>: it was 41 years ago commanded apollo 17 >>: i called deal on the exact day that i stepped on among many years ago. >>: it all started from a
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dream when concern and was a young boy just like conner. >>: of what was the last thing that you saw on the mona? >>: looking back home at the beautiful earth that you and i live on. >>: sermon this has become a way to advance our space program is by making sure conner and his generation know that anything is possible a trend that their passion never dies. that you have to dream about things that a lot of other people think you can do. >>: because after all, his generation prove you can. >>: now he says it's up to conner and his to take us beyond. at that take us back to the month, take us back to mars and just remember i will always be with you on every trip you take. >>: ok. his boat moon
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welcome back. we have chp heading there to westbound 580. the accident that shutdown all lanes. near pop art as you approach the 680 interchange. all lanes are blocked at this 0.3 of the estimated time for real opening. avoid westbound 580 at this point if you can. the rest of your commute.
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880 is ok passing the interchange. san mateo and dumbarton bridges are looking good at this point. golden gate bridge bridge no delays at this point. the bay bridge toll plaza. the main lights are still on. they should be turned off shortly. >>erica: we are waking up to fog not only in the north bay but along the east bay shoreline the offshore plants have them bring in some fog to the bay area. here's a look at temperatures. we are on the climb oakland one of the warmer spot currently at 47 degrees. by this afternoon we will see upper 50s low 60s and then it looks like we will be in store for a warming trend as we transition into the weekend. i will highlight the possibility of record- breaking one coming up at about 15 minutes for it
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. in a story will only see on the kron4. kron took a vote right underneath the eastern deck to check on the repairs to the broken bolt on the new span of the bay bridge. broken boats almost the real to the grand opening of the new span over the labor day weekend. crews 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 it is taking longer than expected. bridge officials say the $6.5 billion bridge is expected to be completed finally in january. it's been a month since the demolition of the old bay bridge started and already crews are making a noticeable progress. crews have almost completed the
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constructing 1,400 ft. of the upper deck between the two towers. and crews are expected to wrap up the constructing the upper deck sometime this weekend. it all goes according to plan, next week crews will begin removing concrete and asphalt from the lower deck. demolition of the more than 58,000 t of steel won't start until next year. the entire demolition process is expected to take at least five years and cost $92.4 million. the community.
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>>darya: friends and family held a vigil for several young men who have gone missing without and any explanation in the last few years. dozens attended the vigil at the steps of city hall to remember the six young man who disappeared within the last two years. all of them are men in their 20s and all of them vanished without contacting their family or friends. in october of 2013,paulo neeto to missing calling 911. in november of 2013, derrick chow went missing on his way to city college. they are all in the same age group. officials are not saying that these cases are connected but the similarities are hard to ignore and their families say that more needs to be done in investigating their disappearance.
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the new this morning people all over the country are hoping to wake up tomorrow morning as multimillionaire's 3 that a $400 million maximilian's the jackpot drawing is tonight in many folks are rushing out to get their lottery tickets in hopes of beating the astronomy-- astronomical odds. >>: you have a greater chances of becoming the president of the united states. some good news. the minimum second prize won by hitting all number jumped from a quarter million dollars to 1,000,003 it even more enticing jackpots are growing larger and faster. the minimum jackpot drove to fit 15 million to 12. >>: we could see maybe in the next several years and allusive billion dollar jackpot.
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>>: mega millions officials just mad about increasing the jackpot. it's now $425 million. tonight's drawing is at 8:00. >>darya: 936. coming up a mistake by a prestigious new york university's leaves hundreds of college-bound students disappointed. we will tell you why and the numbers on how many californians are signing up for health insurance online. james fletcher will take a
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welcome back to the kron4 morning news street and major hot spot. all lanes are blocked because of too big rigs one of which overturned. 11,000 lbs. of wood. right now the right lane is open. no plan for reopening any time soon. >>: the city of alameda conducted a pedestrian walk off stink and 71 tickets were issued citywide. of the 71 tickets issued 14 were written here at the intersection of park and san antonio had this crosswalk.
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according to alameda police it was so bad they have to stop writing tickets because of the violators just kept coming. >>: that was carol a resident of the alameda. in fact city-wide there were 37 collisions involving pedestrians into were here. one in january and 1 and september. >>: is the worst i've seen. as a pedestrian when crossing a street like this it's important to look both ways. >>: one person leaving this jim is crossing like it a
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game. as a pedestrian of us have the right away. you lose that right if you do not cross at a crosswalk. people say this crosswalk is dangerous and the city should do something about it. i say is we 14 tickets in one hour is in doing something about it. educating drivers. an alameda stanley
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watching bay area weather and traffic big problems when the east bound 580 ride. hmmm-judge westbound. >>: we have all but the right landlocked that means the left lane block. it's only the right lane getting by. that's where the tow truck. 11,000
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lbs. of what was billed onto the roadway. there are reports of injuries associated with this crash as well. westbound 580 of the house guard only the right line is (no estimated time for a reopeninghat area. looking good in both directions along the age 80. . with the meter and light still on traffic past the light westbound coming into the bay bridge toll plaza. but check whether now with arab cover it >>erica: while temperatures
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are on the climate livermore year still at the freezing mark. --climb. we're now looking at foggy conditions along interstate 580 and the nimitz freeway trip limited visibility for the oakland hills. visibility down to. hazy sunshine. expected later on this afternoon. keep them mind we are dealing with the sixth attack of spare the air day in the area. take a look at your temperatures vary the upper 50s a low 60s upper 60s for downtown san
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francisco upper 50s low 60s along the east bay shoreline and for those of you heading to tahoe i checked with caltran note chain restriction and the fact. bring the lawyers for the overnight lows. temperatures will be dropping into the teens but overall we are talking a warming trend upper 40's by sunday with plenty of sunshine expected. we will see are on a warming trend in the bay area. here's a look at the 7 day around the bay forecast. record-breaking want breaking next week. some of the models potentially pointing to a solo 73 it will cool things back down towards the middle of next week three of the morning lows all hovering above the freezing mark. kron4's jackie sizzle is out now to get a better luck. and this is an accident impacting west about 580. all but one landlocked 580
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ride before the 68580 connector. he need to find an other way around. they know what to heading to this area at all. one of the big rigs overturned and its fuel tank apparently has a ruptured spelling anywhere from 75 to 100 gal. of at this point, only the far right lane all westbound 580 is open and that's mainly to help get some of the traffic that's congested behind this accident scene throat.
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the alameda county coroner has confirmed the identity of the man killed in a firey d-u-i crash on 5-80 in livermore yesterday. his name is reid whittaker. a 29 -year- old resident of livermore. two others were injured in the crash and another is behind bars. it all happened around 10- am. police say the man who caused the wreck was drunk. he is identifed as 53-year- old primitivo garcia.
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he was arrested and charged with felony d-u-i and vehicular manslaughter. whittaker was from moraga. he most recently worked as an e-m-t for a company called ""turf rescue"" at golden gates field. more money is coming to county jails for some much needed upgrades to. the board of state and community corrections will vote next month on how to allocate $500 million in state issued bonds to 15 counties. among the county said to receive the money are san mateo, napa and santa cruz. the bonds will be used to upgrade gills and build classrooms for in a rehab programs.
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in the east bay this morning, a major hurdle has been cleared for in a senior housing complex and grocery store. the albany planning commission has approved uc berkeley's plan to have 175 units for senior housing and space probes a farmer's market and to other retailers. the plan is to build on 6 a. at san paolo ave amaral street near the university village to the housing complex. decide is also near the deal tracked which has been a point of contention with occupied the farm activist. they said the land should be used for sustainable farming. and that's-kron four's terisa estacio ha--sprout's farmers that's-kron four's terisa ei love watching tvs farmers 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.
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new york's prestigious for tam university says about 2500 applicants--fordham erroneously received a financial aid e-mail and find they had been admitted even though they hadn't. the
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school sent a follow-up memo explaining the mistake a few hours later. the university says 500 of the applicants were rejected and the remaining 2000 were deferred meaning they must wait until april 1st for a decision. school officials said the mill was mistakenly sent out by a third-party contractor and apologized for the mistake.
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doctor felt coming up next thanks for watching. see you tomorrow morning.
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