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bus crash near chico. plus watcing bay area weather and traffic. we will continue to monitor the possibility of rain and next week. we have an accident 101 overturned afro cough looks like all that activity has been pushed off to the center divide. keep that in mind if you're driving around san jose. as for the bridges right now, looking good. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. the main rail lines are also you won't encounter any delays as a worker way into san francisco. here's the san mateo bridge. always good with no problems getting to the bridge coming down the nimitz freeway and as a ticket over the richmond center fell bridge just a couple cars free drive time running 11 minutes between highway 101 interstate 80. james? >>james:new this morning. police in concord are trying to figure out what lead to a deadly shooting. the shooting happened last night around 8-55 at adelaide street.
officers arrived on scene to find a man lying in the road suffering from at least one gunshot wound. the man was pronounced dead at the scene. a woman's body matching the description of a missing hiker on mount tamalpais has been found. search and rescue teams found 50-year old maria sanner of mill valley last night after searching all afternoon. police say that sanner and a male friend were out hiking late wednesday. sanner decided to head back, while her friend continued down the trail. sanner never made it to her car. her father became worried when he got a phone call about sanner's dog running free. the dog was waiting next to her car.
all this comes less than a week after the body of another female hiker was found on saturday. sheriff's deptuies say there doesn't appear to be any connection in the two cases. a woman's body. matching the description of a missing hiker on mount tamalpais. has been found. after a search this evening. kron four's jeff bush is live on mount tam with tonight top story. jeff? search and rescue teams were out in full force on
thursday afternoonlooking for 50 year old maria sanner of mill valley. police say that sanner and a male friend were out hiking late wednesday. the sun went down and sanner decided to head back, while her friend continued down the trail. sanner never made it to her car. her father became worried when he got a phoe call about sanner's dog
running free. lt. doug pittman marin county sheriff's department it wasn't until this morning, sometime late this morning that he was contacted because someone found her dog. when the father asked where the dog was located, he said the dog was running free in this parking lot at the mountain home in in mill valley. the dog was waiting next to her car. search crews were looking for her all afternoon but the search was called off when a body matching her description was found. all this comes less than a
week after the body of another female hiker was found on saturday. sheriff's deptuies say there doesn't appear to be any connection in the two cases. there is no immediate concerns at this point from us here at the sheriff's office. i know there has been some talk and some speculation about the recent body that was discovered last weekend, miss glinkowski, and if there is any association. i want to say right now that there doesn't appear to be any, none whatsoever, connection between the death investigation, that we are still investigating, from last weeke nd, and the missing person investigation that we are conducting here today. investigators say that they also do not see any signs of
foul play in this case. the body of another hiker was found on mount tamalpais over the weekend. police say, there were no signs of foul play in the case of missing hiker. magdalena glinkowski. she had been missing for nearly two- weeks. police are not yet sure exactly how glinkowski died. and say, it will take a couple weeks before they get results from toxicology tests. developing news from mount everest: at least six people are dead in an avalanche and another nine are missing. the dead are six local guides. the avalanche hit just below one of the camps this morning. it's one of the route used to climb the world's highest peak. four bodies have been recovered and rescuers are digging two more out of the snow. the sherpa guides had gone early in the morning to the area to fix the ropes for climbers.
the chaos of the bus crash near chico last week along interstate five. yesterday, the c-h-p released the recordings from people describing the fiery wreck. shrieks can be heard in the background.as passengers who escaped the bus. struggled to describe the crash to dispactchers. the bus was carrying 44 southern california high school students to humboldt state university at the time.
>>anny: we are back. starting off with an update from erica. what's going to be like today carry it? >>erica: klay conditions expected for the rest of the day and a girl looking at pretty nice weather. a lot of '70s to look forward to. started things off from our rules camera over rock here conditions just a few clouds along the coast line as far temperatures have been known to upper '40's and low 50s daly city 49. 52 degrees currently in
pleasanton. futurecast for tracking the rest of your morning. you can see and to the 9:00 hour looks like most locations will be well into the 50s take a look at what happens with the clock into motion by lunchtime 50s expected along the coast 60s through the heart of the bay. by 3 this afternoon at a lot of '60s and '70s expected around the bay area. breaking down your afternoon highs. specifically let's start things off in the south bay mountain view 70. i think every one of the warmer spots checking and 75 degrees. looks like a lot of '70s developing for the san ramon valley richmond today with a high of 66 looking for 63 for downtown san francisco 74 getting up to wine country and oakland today hitting a high of 66 degrees. in terms of your extended forecast. looks like temperatures will continue to climb up. a lot
of sunshine expected. we're really turn things around as we start the next workweek. that is something we well the monterey. as for traffic around the bay area not track any hot spot that will slow you down. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza looks like we have a handful of cars and again that westbound trip. drive time holding steady at 12 to 13 minutes. over at the richmond san rafael bridge your good to go. we see a couple cars using fasttrack. no delays whatsoever for cash paying customers. over on our traffic maps looks like we're moving well westbound 580 coming out of the optima past and no problems in the south bay we do have bits and pieces. 85 clear conditions as you work your way into cupertino.
james? >>james: thank-you erica. 417 is the time. an approached a tell with a a new survey finds. smart phone thefts are still skyrocketing. not just here in the bay area, but all over the country. kron 4's dan kerman reports now on how the new stats have local law enforcement lobbying even harder for a kill switch. new this morning. officials investigating the south korea sunken ferry are looking into whether the captain got on the first rescue boat as his
ship went down. the captain was among the crew members who survived. right now there are only 28 confirmed dead. with more than 270 people still unaccounted for. the search of the wreckage had to be called off overnight. because of strong, dangerous currents, heavy rain and bad visibility. officials say divers will keep trying to enter the ship.
the outlook for obamacare is getting better, with more people enrolled overall and a much-needed surge of interest among young adults. the president announced that 8 million have signed up for insurance and that 35 percent of them are younger than 35. still, that's only a peek at what's going on with the nation's newest social program. the administration hasn't said how many were previously uninsured and how many actually secured coverage by paying their first month's premiums.
state-by-state statistics, expected as early as next week, will provide a much fuller picture. there may not be enough money to cover the thousands of lawsuits filed against the n-f-l over concussions. a judge overseeing the case has rejected a proposed 765 million dollar settlement. she says it may not be enough to cover up to 20-
thousand retired players for 65 years. the judge has ordered lawyers to address the issue. its been one year since the deadly blast at a texas fertilizer plant. so to mark the anniversary, residents are remembering the victims with a special ceremony. the fire at the "west fertilizer company" triggered a blast so powerful it leveled homes and schools. hundreds of people gathered at the town's fairgrounds last night. they held a moment of silence and showed photos of the 15
people killed in the explosion. some recalled hearing a large boom. and then seeing a big column of smoke. and immediately knew people had died. alameda county prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for the man accused of killing a little girl in oakland. police say darnell williams was the gunman who opened fire at a sleepover. they say he killed alayshia carradine, and wounded two other children and a 63- year-old woman. investigators say the shooting was a retaliation. prosecutors also say, williams is charged with
another murder in berkeley. the last time alameda county prosecutors sought the death penalty. was almost ten years ago. cal- osha is fining bart for an accident that killed two maintenence workers during last year's bart strike. the state safety agengy has fined bart 210-thousand- dollars for three safety violations. a bart train hit and killed laurence daniels and christopher sheppard last october. while they were inspecting the tracks between the walnut creek and pleasant hill stations.
pavone was booked on suspicion of willful and malicious explosion of a destructive device, possession of a destructive device. and throwing a firework in a public place. he is being held on two - point- one million dollars bail. the new 49-ers stadium is at least several yards. closer to completion tonight. crews started laying down the new turf at levi's stadium today. this video of the grass installation is from our helicopter partnership with
a-b-c 7 news. the 49ers say, the turf was selected. after extensive research and simulated turf trials. the new stadium is scheduled to open in august. the sharks opened their series against the l-a kings in a big way. tomas hertl. raffi torres. joe thornton. patrick marleau. and marc edouard vlassic all scored for san the normally stingy jonathan quick. it was the first time in his career the kings goalie gave up three goals in the first period of a playoff game. the sharks take a one to nothing series league. game 2 is on sunday in san jose. the weather was perfect for yesterday's giants game. unfortunately so was the dodgers starting pitcher hyun-jin ryu. the giants couldn't get anything going against los angeles.
they not only miss out on the series sweep with the 2- 1 loss. they're also now tied with the dodgers atop the n-l west. we want to see you showing your fan pride. warriors or sharks. we want you to send us your pictures of you supporting your favorite team. go to our website at kron-4 dot com, you can also upload them to our facebook page and twitter feeds. you may see your pictures on our website or on the air!
heads illegal dumping in oakland is a problem we have been following for a long while. city leaders even took action to address it. now, kron four's stanley roberts gets to the bottom of this particular incident. in this edition of people behaving badly. you are looking at a whole lot of trash that covered what seemed like a h of an entire city block it was marked off as a citizen crime scene and even brought out oakland fire and the alameda county da's office the district attorney investigator stated that he had never seen anything of this magnitude but vowed to get to the bottom of how all this trash ended up on a city street it was trash from all around the bay because they found bills from as close as oakland and as far away as lafayette but no one seemed
to have a clue how this much trash got here photos were taken and letters with address were photographed and cataloged looking for any al all evidence so whoever dumped all this trash could be identified nothing was overlooked, even this bottle of miller high life which seemed out of place was tagged and bagged oakland vice mayor larry reed came by and voiced his displeasure in how some people appear to have no respect for oakland so was it some mad dumper coming into oakland with rampped disrespect for the citizens of oakland or was it a case of be careful what you wish for or a little bit of both
well apparently the alameda county district attorney got right on the case and tracked down a suspect and a possible motive they looked at surveillance video and this is that they found out when the east oakland beautification council ended its hugely successful amnesty dumping program two days early and some well some people didn't quite get the memo all they say was this add telling people there was free dumping from april 12 to april 16th so on april 16 all the last minute dumpers showed here and well unloaded what they have including this giant stuffed blues clues dog, this vintage television and well containers of oil stuffed in a fish tank everything possible was dumped here including the bathroom sink but what was learned here:
the alameda county district attorneys office will be doing whatever they can to find and prosecute illegal dumpers in oakland but this proves my broken window theory if one pers see trash they will dump their trash and so on and so on and so on in oakland stanley roberts kron 4 news ahead at 4-30. nasa discovers a new planet.and it looks like it could be a lot like earth.we have the details. plus - a baby dies.left inside a parked car.while his father was at at work just steps away. and we'll take you to a gathering to remember two lives taken too soon. a community comes together to pray and pay tribute to a mother and her young son killed by fire we're coming up on 4-30. here are the big stories we're working on for you
this morning. a woman's body matching the description of a missing hiker on mount tamalpais has been found. search and rescue teams found 50-year old maria sanner of mill valley last night after searching all afternoon. investigators say that they also do not see any signs of foul play in this case. c-h-p released frantic calls to police from the scene of last week's deadly crash between a tractor-trailer and tour bus carrying students. investigators remain on the scene trying to determine the cause of the crash that left 10 people dead. the bus was carrying 44 southern california high school students to humboldt state university on april 10. lossand at least six people are dead after an avalanche wipes out a climbers camp on mt. everest. 9 others remain missing this morning. the six people killed were guides who left the camp early to prepare the climbing route.
san jose police are investigating the death of a baby. that was left in a car for more than nine- hours. the boy's father telling police, he forgot to drop his 9-month-old son at the babysitter's, before parking here on payne avenue where he picked up a truck for his job. servicing vending machines. a friend of the father, who lives in the house where the car was parked, said he was home all day and had no idea the child was still inside. so far, no charges have been filed against the father. the case been passed on to investigators with the district attorney's office for further review. new details this morning about a teen girl found naked, pepper sprayed, and crying for help in berkeley.
san francisco police are now in charge of figuring out not only where, but who allegedly snatched the 16 - year old victim, robbed her of belongings and raped her. police say, once they pinpoint where in san francisco she was taken they will go to the neighborhood to talk with witnesses. and search for surveillance video. police say, based on the girl's age. it appears this may be a case of human sex trafficking . friends and family, gathering to mourn the loss of a mother and son who died in an apartment fire on wednesday morning. kron 4's charles clifford has the details. here in.... in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. police are searching for two people. in connection with a shooting at a target store parking lot in richmond. these are surveillance photographs of the two persons of interest. taken
a day after single- day tickets were announced, the outside lands concert is almost sold out! all general admission tickets for friday, saturday and sunday are sold out. v-i-p tickets for saturday's show are also gone. you can still buy v-i-p tickets for friday or sunday. they're nearly 250- dollars each. the 3-day v-i-p tickets are also still available -- for 595- dollars nasa researchers have located a planet the size of earth that could sustain
life. the newfound planet, called kepler-186f, is slightly bigger than earth and may support liquid water. it was spotted by scientists using nasa's kepler space telescope. the planet circles a red dwarf star about 490 light- years away. nasa says it is the first definitive earth-sized planet in the habitable zone of another star. still ahead. president obama says he hopes russia follows through with its agreement with ukraine, but he's also being realistic, given russia's previous actions. russia could face more sanctions if it doesn't call for separatists to give up their weapons. and ukraine's new government
must recognize the rights of ethnic russians. the deal doesn't include russia pulling back forces. this comes as religious tensions heat up in ukraine. leaflets being distributed in the country are demanding jews in eastern ukraine identify themselves. the u-s is condemning that action calling it grotesque and unacceptable. the state department says it is looking into who is responsible.
many of those accused in a federal corruption case, could soon be facing some stiff new charges. among the 29 defendants. is suspended state senator leland yee, who is accused of conspiracy to traffic and import firearms, and trading political favors for cash. during a hearing yesterday, the u-s attorney says he plans to file racketeering charges against several of the defendants. an updated indictment is due in july. meantime, lawyers from both sides are hard at work, so the prosecution's evidence can be shared with defense attorneys. today marks 108 years since
changes to talk about. let's focus on the current conditions on this friday. 54 out the door and san jose and concord so it's not too cold but you probably need a jagged edge to head out to work or school the futurecast for tracking the temperatures throughout the day. mainly 50s into the 9:00 hour. by lunch time i think of the fifties will be along the coast. 60s expected today and is 7 days for some of the warmest inland areas. looks like we will see a lot of sunshine a very few clouds. the clouds we do see will be predominantly along the coast. breaking down their afternoon highs for today redwood city. 73 degrees in santa clara. upper '70's
along the delta. castro valley today getting pretty close to 70. i think will seemingly 60s along the east bay shoreline. in downtown san francisco coming in and 63. north of the golden gate bridge, a widespread are right of 70. 60s mid-60s and san bruno. your 7 day around the bay forecast highlights cooler conditions into tomorrow but total sunshine and warmer weather as we head into easter sunday. perfect conditions monday and tuesday changes are coming. talking about the possibility of unsettled weather so bust of those on brown was once again. looks like a partly cloudy skies. and dry weather and to the middle of next week. now monetary and the hot spots. and my last report i talked about a sixth alert. northbound 880 in oakland. looks like all lanes have been cleared. if we are crossing our fingers for
friday night lights. we are seeing more cars on the road. barack easy conditions in san francisco. drive time 12 to 13 minutes. over on their traffic map what about a drive time. a ride of under 25 minutes and his san francisco. james? a >>james: today marks 108 years since the devastating earthquake struck san francisco. leading to fires that killed more than three thousand people. and destroying about 80 percent of the city. the mark the anniversary, the annual ceremony at lotta's fountain begins at 5 then at 5:11 a-m, sirens will sound at the moment the quake struck. then from 5-40 to 6, on 20th and church streets. officials will paint the gold fire hydrant that helped stopped the spread of the fire that broke out after the earthquake. other ways to commemorate the anniversary include painting two fire hydrants which were crucial to the 1906 post-quake fire fight. the "silver hydrants" are located on the corner of
hayes and buchanan, as well as, ellis and van ness. they were only two of 23 working hydrants at the time. story in so lot of there were having a hard time hearing michael will get out to him but as you can see folks are there. the ceremony getting under way. in doing a lot of the pre things that they like to do. folks in costume as well as they typically like to do on these annual ceremonies. will give back all their lives at the top of the our listen to it as that happens. once again recognizing the 108 anniversary since the earthquake. we
sun killed every syllable he was on ran into a channel marker buoy in the san francisco bay. the crash also seriously injured another man on the 42 ft. boat. the accident happened during a noncompetitive races involving 30 other boats. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. however, authorities have ruled out alcohol as a factor. and also, this week marks the two-year anniversary of another deadly hot accident three the accident happened near san francisco's fa rallon islands. you can see a photograph of what remained on the boat. authorities said one person was killed. the bodies of four others also on the boat were never found. officials
concluded that the boat was hit by two powerful waves. many of those accused in a federal corruption case could soon be facing some stiff new charges. among the 29 defendants is suspended state senator leland yee, accused of conspiracy to traffic and airport fire arms, and trading at political favors for cash. against several of the defendants. an updated indictment is due in july. meantime, lawyers from both sides are hard at work so the prosecution's evidence can be shared with the defense attorneys.
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and for the first time, we're hearing the 9-1-1 calls involved on the deadly bus crash near chico. >>george: blessed the house a man as to clear it said the alert on the nimitz freeway on 880 north bound. not only did they manage to get the accident cleared up the back of which have been about three-quarters to a mile and a half -- is already clear out as well. as you can see both here on the traffic sensors and in this live look from the scene of the crash currency. this is the nimitz freeway. and as you conceive of the directions are completely clear. traffic is very light moving at the limit. >>james: thanks george. happening now.the 108th
annual great san francisco earthquake commemoration is about to kick off in san francisco. that's in the intersection of third, kearny and geary. later the "gliding of the fire hydrant" will be held at 20th and church. we'll check back in with a look at the start of the event a little bit later in the show. new this morning. police in concord are trying to figure out what lead to a deadly shooting. the shooting happened last night around 8-55 at adelaide street. officers arrived on scene to find a man lying in the road suffering from at least one gunshot wound.
will check and right now with the memorial. >>: we mentioned of course adana huggins was vicki the lily alive for just as long cans and a special honor rate ron, as was generous support for the commemoration activities flow to honor. let's give run a nice hand. and while i'm thinking. here it would give the round of applause. the guardians of the city. the san francisco chronicle.
history are set friends and we take this opportunity to not only commemorate what happened 108 years ago a relief to celebrate. today is about celebrating resilience and are set to rise from the ashes. we want to remember those remember those a loss the live and committed to being prepared for the next emergency. we do our jobs. a large-scale. there's no reason you can be. there's great web sites. the gm just put up a sf 72 website. into down from their 72 hours gabor and sells them on all that's a
very important. but like i said, to see so many of got here. it's a great city to to again say thank you for coming out in celebrating our rich history. >>: thank-you boss. >>: shaved joanne hazel whites. a great job. i had the privilege of coaching her son and various city boy top corporate and other great native is there are police chief and as a great job. a very good friend. what do plays well, our police chief of the fabulous grand serve. to a tariff for him. police
chief greg suhr. >>: thank you so much. it is critical to be prepared in as the mayor and chief said. we know if it's going to happen. and we continue to prepare even if it's just remembering this event and all those people who went before us. in the city fathers and mothers that did all the planning to have the great water system we have when this or that the city whenever burn down again. i know bob and i talked about all the time. >>: the see of the best voice of been the whole world. >>: it appears that at 5:00 in the morning everyone has his are lots of boys. >>: so anyway thank you so much for coming out. please continue to help us out.
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at the right now shooting in richmond. kron4's will tran is live. >>will: welt james you can see if this is still an active scene. this was a robbery. where it appears the victim and the suspect both should be shown free to send a gift of his rush to a local hospital. there's a kaiser a couple miles away. at last check he is in critical condition. they're focusing on that door. people were inside at the time. suspects don't have any information we do know he also shot in the hospital. we will talk to investigators as soon as they're done. at this point it does not appear to be a deadly gun battle between the victim and suspect. but as you can see this thing is still active. doesn't look like police are going anywhere.
>>: us at and to the weather. it is clear out there right now. san francisco and 50 degrees. temperatures have dropped to the upper '40's for places like santa rosa. as we head into the latter part of the morning futurecast for showing by 9:00 and allow 50s blanketing. will warm things up by the day. take a look at the 3:00 hour. looks like we'll pump things up a couple degrees not as warm as yesterday but still started things off and the south bay. redwood city 70. every one of the warmer low
60s along the coastline thanks to that seabury's very mid-60s expected for the peninsula sunday we will we will be nine things out. here's a look at traffic map. >>george: still in quiet ride around the bay area. it's likely that we could see a somewhat lighter than usual commute today. here's a look across across town
freeways and san francisco or conditions are pretty light for that amount it pretty easy trip so far from 24 to 580. no backups buried in the shore freeway ride away free. taking a look at wall street. markets are closed in honor of the friday. here's a look in yesterday's closing numbers. the dow lost 16.3 the nasdaq added nine points and s&p 500 added 2 1/2 points. quarterly earnings. nil nil this morning officials
investigating the south korea sunken ferry are looking into whether the casting doubt on the first rescue boat as his ship went down. the captain was among the crew members who survived. right now there 28 confirmed dead but that number is expected to rise as more than 270 people are still unaccounted for. the search of the wreckage had to be called off overnight because of strong and dangerous currents heavy rain and bad visibility. singer chris brown's trial on assault charge in washington could start as soon as friday. brown's trial scheduled to begin as soon as judge finishes the trial of brown's body guard christopher house seat. -- hollosy. both men are facing an assault charge after a maryland man says the punch and outside a washington hotel in october. court papers said the man's nose was fracture. brown has denied hitting the man. >>james: developing news from mount everest. at least
twelve people are dead in an avalanche and another nine are missing. the dead are six local guides. the avalanche hit just below one of the camps this morning. it's one of the route used to climb the world's highest peak. four bodies have been recovered and rescuers are digging two more out of the snow. the sherpa guides had gone early in the morning to the area to fix the ropes for climbers. area to fix the ropes for climbers. ♪
you're looking at a whole lot of trash that covered what seemed like half of the entire city block it was marked off as a scene and even t out of oakland fire and alameda county d.a.'s office. a new survey finds smart the district attorney investigator stated that he had never seen anything of this magnitude about to get to the bottom of how all this trash ended up on a city street. it was drawn from all around the bay because they found a bills from as close as oakland and as far away as lafayette but no one seemed to have a clue on how this much trash got here. >>: photos were taken and letters with address were photographed and catalog looking for any and all evidence so whoever don't all the stress could be identified. nothing was
overlooked even this bottle of miller high life which seemed out of place was tagged and back. >>: oakland vice mayor larry reed came by and voiced his displeasure and how some people appear to have no respect for oakland. so was it to some man dumper coming into oakland and ramped this respect to the citizens of oakland or was it a case of be careful what you wish for were a little bit of both? well, apparently the alameda county district attorney got right on the case and tracked down a suspect and a possible motive they look that surveillance video and this is what they found out. when the east oakland unification council ended its hugely successful amnesty of the program today's early in some well some people didn't get quite get the memo. all they say was this at telling the people there was free dumping from april 12th to april 16th so on april 16th of the last minute of a show here in well below what they had. including the giants of the blues clues dog is vintage television and will
containers of oil stuffed in a fish tank everything possible was done here include in the bathroom sink. but what was learned here the alameda county district attorney's office will be doing whatever they can to find and prosecute illegal dumpers in oakland but this proves my broken window. . if one person sees tragedy will dump their trash and so on and so on and on. i[doorbell rings] hey. hey. what's this? it's u-verse live tv. with at&t u-verse... you can watch live tv from your device. hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of the game. call now to get a u-verse bundle for the same great price for 2 years. guaranteed.
30 is the time 3 here's a live look from our growth camera this morning as we take a look at san francisco. nice and clear out there. the loan of nearly full. a beautiful way to start to that's right james. >>erica: we did have a system that pass by. it brought some clouds and is also going to learn temperatures down.
pleasanton at 52 degrees endeavor for days along the coast. again, just a few clouds expect that later on today. as we head into the week and saturday will be a touch cooler. warmer conditions for easter sunday. and looking ahead we are looking at some rain drops as we head into monday night and tuesday morning. fog track and that portion of our forecast coming up in 50 minutes. >>george: still an easy commute at the bay bridge toll plaza. if there is an accident reporter for the westbound a ride. no impact on this was all right but it could mean an early
>>: at 531 san jose police. san jose police are investigating the death of a baby that was left in a car for more than nine hours to read the boy's father telling police he forgot to drop his nine month old son and the babysitters before parking here on campaign ave where you pick up a truck for his job servicing the machines. if friend of the father who lives in the house whether car was parked said he was home all day and had no idea the child was still inside. so far, no charges have been filed
against the father. the case been passed on to investigators with the district attorney's office for further review. new details this morning about a teen girl found naked pepper spray in crying for help in berkeley. san francisco police are now in charge of figuring out not only where but who allegedly snatched the 16 year-old victim rocker of belonging to rape her. police say once they pinpoint where in san francisco she was taken they will go to the neighborhood to talk to witnesses and search for surveillance video. police have arrested a man accused of abusing the girl in stockton. paul teldeschi the child foster father is behind bars this morning.
investigators said the 10 month old child is suffering major injuries from being abused. thursday, belmont police arrested teldeschi on $1.1 million felony arrest warrant. he was taken back to stockton and booked into the san joawquin county jail. the baby girl remains in a coma at a local children's hospital. she is not expected to survive. president barack obama says
in san francisco today, friends and family mourned the loss of a mother and son who died in an apartment fire on wednesday morning. more than 100 people gathered tonight. outside this sunnydale apartment complex. that was the site of the fire that killed ester loane and her 3- year old son santana williams.
ballots on a may 6 parcel tax measure meant to keep a long-standing public hospital in san pablo from closing its doors. measure c is a mail-in ballot that would levy a 14-cent tax on each square foot of developed property within the west contra costa health care district in an effort to keep the financially embattled doctors medical
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the city is lookinf for high school students and any other civic-minded residents over the age of 18 to help operate polling places. to become a poll worker, volunteers must attend a training class before the election. those chosen to work on election day will be assigned to a location for the one-day assignment. workers are compensated
sunday. they're nearly 250- dollars each. the 3-day v-i-p tickets are also still available -- for 595- dollars nasa researchers have located a planet the size of earth that could sustain life. the newfound planet, called kepler-186f, is slightly bigger than earth and may support liquid water. it was spotted by scientists using nasa's kepler space telescope. the planet circles a red
dwarf star about 490 light- years away. nasa says it is the first definitive earth-sized planet in the habitable zone of another star. the month of may means final exams for college students across the country. experts fear, some are likely to abuse prescription drugs to get the grade. a national survey on drug use and health found full- time college students were twice as likely to have used adderall non-medically as their counterparts who were not full-time students. some short side affects
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all in developing news investigators on the scene at a gun battle, the victim and suspect. coming up out to you who died and give you information from my sources coming up in a live report. >>: another woman found dead after going missing while hiking on mount tam. >>james: and watching bay area weather and traffic. already signing with the east bay hills and a warm-up for easter week. >>james: good morning everybody is friday. i'm james fletcher and and im mark danon. did you start with your weather. erica kato as your forecast for
>>erica: and corte to start to your friday. by lunchtime but this afternoon we will see cooler weather into tomorrows " we will rebound justin time for easter sunday. we will have a full look at the portion of the forecast coming up a 615. in the meantime, here is george. >>george: for those of you driving today you will enjoy much much lighter than usual traffic. take a look at the toll plaza you could see it starts traffic which is great news even in the center lanes. the main lines have not yet been activated for the westbound a ride. your quick commute check shows a little slowing for interstate 580 in the westbound direction. south bend peninsula and north bay freeways are still very light. james? the >>james: following the latest at the commemoration of