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>> the nike women's half marathon underway. we have a live report standing by from the starting line. kansas city, here they come. the giants packing their bags. the bay area getting ready for another world series. >> and low clouds and drizzle to start off your sunday morning. here's a live look from our roof camera. rain on the horizon. >> this is the bay area's new station. news weekend starts now. >> good morning. i'm artie gonzalez. thanks for joining us. we saw some foggy conditions out there. eric is here to tell us about it. >> good morning. we're starting the morning off with heavy, thick fog especially along the coastline, even drizzle out there. you may need to use your windshield wipers if you're getting an early start to the day.
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a live look showing a gorgeous start. satellite and radar shows dry conditions. however, tracking system that's going to bring some rain. a tenth of an inch and a quarter of an inch with heavy values north of the golden gate bridge. we take a look at your headlines. light rain predominantly in the afternoon and early evening for much of the bay area. we are not going to see rain for the sierra nevada, but next week looking at high-pressure making a return. with that said, mainly sunny skies and warming trend. again, i'll be talking about the storm headed our way in my next report. >> thank you so much. happening now, the 11th annual nike women's half marathon just ticked off in san francisco. mike is among the big crowd there. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning. these runners left union square at 6:30.
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just leaving this morning as we take a live look. the nike women's half marathon features about 25,000 runners today, all here in san francisco. the run today is tourism awareness for leukemia. that's why many of these runners are all dressed in purple. one woman won her battle with cancer nine years ago and this morning is running her first marathon. >> this is kind of my way up being like, i'm a survivor, i had cancer but i can make something so positive of it and be helpful to other people. i have to do this. i have to inform people what it's like to be a survivor. >> and these women are running from union square west through golden gate park. you'll find various street closures this morning but it's all for a good cause. you can see many of them
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leaving the square. a lot of costumes and a lot of purple this morning. >> reporting live from downtown san francisco. a lot of folks running for a great cause. >> it's one to write. the giants win. >> it never gets old very world series fever hitting the bay area. giants gearing up in the city of san francisco getting ready to welcome a large influx of visitors. we spoke with local businesses who have another reason to be excited about this extended baseball season. >> reporter: hear the part, excitement abounds not just for baseball fans but also fans with money. the most important series of baseball drying people from all over. >> i'm from milwaukee. >> of course, everyone has their own opinion about who we'll
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win. >> you know who's going to win. i don't have to say it. >> christine, like many others, was at the dugouts are looking for proceeds and apparel. season tickets are harder to come by. even as a season-ticket holder. >> the tickets were $125. >> dave plans to attend all of the giants home games. >> right now i father going for over $500. >> in 2010, the world series ticket costs an average of $1700. that price is a lot of people out. >> we went before, but not for the playoffs. >> the giants organization and resellers are the only ones profiting. >> it was a giant gamble and continues to pay off every other year. >> looking at revenue during the world series and business during the off-season, there's no
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comparison. >> a sales associate at the giants dugout stores says they've been very busy and they're staying open for extra long hours to accommodate the extra traffic. dan rubin, back to you. >> the giants on the field for the first time since winning thursday. this was the first time back together as a teams and dramatic walkoff national league victory on thursday. after the workout, the giants reflected for a moment. the world series is bringing together two wild-card teams. >> we played close to 200 games. just a kind of let it go and realize that they're still a job to do. >> two teams that have gone through a lot to get here. the wild-card brothers, it's pretty special. >> the manager says those are games one and two.
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the giants leave for kansas city later today. also happening today, the final day of the 44th annual pumpkin festival today. on the schedule are the pumpkin pancake breakfast, the pumpkin run or walk. that starts in about an hour at 8:00 a.m. pumpkin carving and a pie eating contest taking place this afternoon. festival starts at 9:00, runs until 5:00 and admission is free. as thousands of people in their cars had south on highway one for the festival, traffic in pacifica was backed up for blocks. it was especially congested this year because of construction on the highway at the south end of town. engineers are monitoring the traffic also adjusting spotlights to minimize the backup as best they could. if you're headed that way, give yourself enough time to plan ahead for the pumpkin festival. coming up, the long search for missing university of virginia
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student may be over following a grim discovery. we'll have details coming up. and some areas just issued a tropical storm warning. wish you the latest video. and let's take a live look outside approaching the bay bridge. you see traffic is moving nice and easy.
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>> where back. law-enforcement in virginia expanding their search for a coed who disappeared five weeks ago. they say the missing person investigation is no death investigation. >> reporter: thousands of hours have been spent by literally hundreds of law enforcement and civilian volunteers in an effort to find hannah. we think, perhaps, today proves there with. >> authorities searching for missing university of virginia student hannah graham made a
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startling discovery saturday. human remains have been found on an abandoned property in albemarle county, virginia. >> these are human remains. tests need to be conducted to determine the identification of those remains. >> police have notified her parents of the discovery, though positive identification could take some time. >> today's discovery is a significant development. we have a great deal of work ahead of us. >> surveillance footage of the downtown mall shows graham leaving a bar 12:00 a.m. september 13th. the video also capture suspect jesse matthew following her. matthew was taken into custody september 24th in galveston, texas. he's the only person who's been detained in connection of her disappearance. he's currently charged with abduction with intent to defile. >> coming up this weekend, both in the ebola outbreak. we'll explain after the break. and will take this live look outside. this time around, san mateo bridge. hazy conditions there. erica has the forecast when we come
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>> hurricane on his on course to us live by more than 100 miles but the storm is still generating high waves and strong winds and heavy rain. flash flood warnings are in place throughout the islands. there's also a tropical storm warning for collide. a watch is still in effect, but a tropical storm watch was lifted for several islands. let's bring it back home and talk weather here because we are expecting changes. >> we are already seeing them in the camera shot. look at the thick fog in san francisco. this is a live look. a great start, so quite a contrast compared to yesterday. yesterday clear, blue skies. this fog is going to be pretty seven. it will take quite some time to officially burn off.
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as a result, it limits temperatures. still expect much of a warm-up today. here's a look at satellite and radar. we are dry around the bay area but tracking a system headed our way. it could arrive as early as later tonight up far north of us. it could affect the morning commute north of the golden gate bridge into tomorrow morning. light rain for much of the bay area for much of the afternoon. here's a look at your high for today. a lot of 70s. lots of sunshine eventually. getting to 72, 76 in fairfield, upper 70s for pleasant and livermore. now temperatures will be in the upper 60s for san francisco, berkeley, so notice cheating along the east bay shoreline. right around the waterfront is where we are seeing the thickest fog. 69 santa rosa, and as we take a look at future cast, you'll see the light rain already affecting
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yuma. right along highway 1 01 by 8:00 tomorrow morning. it will be a what one for the commute headed to the golden gate bridge. by 11:00, looks like some of the rain crosses the golden gate and then light rain will spread throughout the area into the afternoon. the we're pushing in the direction of drier weather for your morning ride home. even the wettest models are only putting us at about a quarter inch of rain, and it's mostly in the north bay. the rest of us really see no more than a tenth of an inch. we'll take what we can get. if you're headed to the raiders game later this afternoon, kickoff at 1:25. tailgate, mainly cloudy skies, upper 60s by takeoff, and by 4:00 this afternoon with sunshine with temperatures in the low 70s. here's a look at your forecast. again, get the umbrellas for tomorrow. high-pressure rebuilds with lots of sunshine, warmer temperatures. temperatures above average for
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the week. >> thank you. big news from canada. canada will start sending the experimental ebola vaccine. 800 miles will arrive in three separate shipments beginning tomorrow. canada says the vaccine clinical trial started last month in the u.s. but results are expected in december. the current outbreak has killed more than 4000 people in west africa. a cruise ship carrying a texas lab worker who may have handled specimens from ebola patient thomas duncan is docked in galveston, texas. the health authority says the lab worker enter travel partner were allowed on the ship without any restrictions. officials say the lab worker is still asymptomatic and there's no evidence of a public health threat there. and ebola scare prompted in emergency landing oklahoma saturday as the american airlines flight was en route from connecticut to
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texas. >> a conversation, we believe, between the pilots and the tower and somewhere in the conversation we believe the word ebola was used or ebola like symptoms. >> passengers had to wait wildfire and hazmat crews responded. they looked able to see complications from a prior surgery and explain is symptoms of ebola. medical crews concluded the man was not contagious. the plane finally took off for its original destination. a final farewell to a man killed by ebola. loved ones gathered to remembered the man who died from ebola in the u.s. thomas eric duncan succumbed to the disease some 10 days ago. >> reporter: thomas eric duncan's friends believe he contracted the ebola virus will help in the pregnant neighbor back in liberia who also died from the disease.
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they say this is just one of the many generous acts he did to show his compassion. this last he eventually took his life. >> reporter: a bighearted humane man. >> as his family mourns his death. loved ones gathered at southern baptist church near his mother's home in north carolina. the family says they're not surprised to hear his own list surfaced from him doing a good deed. >> i would like to -- he didn't know he was sick. >> in ohio more than a hundred people are now being monitored for ebola symptoms after amber benson, a nurse that became infected while treating duncan visited the
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state for a wedding. they believe everett when she came in contact with is being checked regularly >> the numbers are going to go up. the bottom line is everyone's being checked. >> her father has been quarantined in his home. >> all the contacts we have are healthy. we're keeping track track of these folks. we are calling folks. >> good news may be on the horizon. canada will be sending 800 vials of an experimental ebola vaccine to the world health organization on monday. those will be sent in three separate batches and then it will be determined how to best use and distribute those vaccines. reporting in the newsroom, kron news.
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>> a student died from bacterial meningitis. the student was identified as 18-year-old sarah stelzer. officials say that she was a member of the kappa delta sorority and recently attended to fraternity parties. she also attended her sisters 20 .-period-full stop a party. officials say they didn't think they had to alert so many people at first but found they were wrong. >> initially, we were thinking it was a small group of people, but now we are in the range of 300 or 400 people that we are notifying. >> san diego state send out an e-mail warning students about possible infections. on friday the university has some preventative antibiotics for the disease. >> taking on arizona state, editor of injury during the ucl game. we love that coming up in college football highlights coming up next. first, a live look outside. next. first, a live look outside. look at all these children. they all lost their lives because of preventable medical errors, now the third leading cause of death. only heart disease and cancer take more lives.
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>> the golden bears. 36-34. the big news was on the score but it was kick returner trevor davis who was taken off the field following this hit. he is a suspected spinal injury. as he falls, it appears he was hit in ucla player. davis ways to a standing ovation as he was being carted away. no word this morning on the extent of his injuries. meantime, the cardinals lost in the desert last night. arizona state rolling past the cardinals 26-10. it was turnovers that cost the game for stanford.
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the sun devils scoring the most points this year i can stanford's top-rated defense. they've been allowing just an average of 10 points per game. and happening today. the day in the nfl tonight. sunday sunday as the four new niners take on powerhouse quarterback peyton manning and the broncos in denver. 49ers defense will try to spoil manning's potential record- setting night. he's just three touchdown passes away from the league's all-time record of 508 touchdown passes. that game tonight at 5:30. the niners and broncos. home game for the oakland raiders. they will battle the cardinals this afternoon. the raiders with their new interim head coach tony sparano will try to get the season's first win against the 4-1 arizona team. silver and black showing promise last week despite the 31-28 loss to the chargers. kickoff is 1:30 this afternoon. >> another celebration for the san francisco giants who just refuse to lose. now they're looking at kansas
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city in the world series. join me sunday night after the news as we break it all down.
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>> the wettest models do put the north bay hills at a quarter inch, about a tenth of an inch for the bayside. you say i thought they not seeing much. we'll take what we can get. we do have high-pressure back in control. a lot of sunshine and
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temperatures above average. >> look for you then. thanks, erica. police are advising residents to be on the lookout for a mountain lion. it was spotted yesterday afternoon. officials searching the trail without success after several reports of seeing the cap. police are advising residents to keep small pets inside and to call 911 if they happen to see them online. chp officer arrested for allegedly downloading and sharing child pornography on unveiled this morning. sergeant erik lund posted $115,000 bail on friday. he was arrested thursday. police say that he came under investigation after downloading child well on a public wi-fi hotspot. officers traced the download to his
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personal laptop. he is facing multiple felony charges including 21 counts of selling obscene manner depicting a minor. >> burglars in check. the thieves targeting a popular parking lot. they're ripping people off enjoying the outdoors. as the chief reports, officers are paying closer attention to the area. >> reporter: in recent months, parking leading to lime ridge, the hike, the bike, and enjoying the stunning views has come at a painful price for some visitors. >> i'm definitely worried about it. >> since the end of summer, concord police say auto burglaries have spiraled out of control. so this week at the request of the police department, the bushes surrounding the lot were removed by the city department of public works. >> last week i was a parade of parking up there.
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-- i was afraid of parking up there. i wrote here. >> now that this side of the parking lot no longer looks like the side of the parking lot, the concord police department says it will be easier for officers to monitor criminal activity in this area while passing by. >> i think it's a great response. >> this citizen pulled into the lot recently, found her car was smashed windows and call police. >> actually, i came back a few weeks later after that phone call and there was a concord pd officer sitting in the parking lot. >> it's a good thing the city is being proactive. >> for once it's working in my favor. >> in concord, crime for news. >> dozens of supporters of predilections in hong kong gathered in san francisco saturday night. they're criticizing the chinese government for the way protesters
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have been treated in that chinese city. there have been images of police using force against protesters and this angers many local chinese who say the chinese government has gone too far and is mistreating its citizens. >> i think we've seen a lot of images or big pictures and videos on the web already. like they are spraying tear gas or pepper spray. these are what we saw online. also, we've heard a lot of stories from friends. >> san francisco rally was peaceful. no arrests were made. making headlines this morning. the son of vice president joe biden discharged from the u.s. navy after he tested positive for cocaine. officials say hunter biden failed a routine drug test taken back in june when he reported to his unit headquarters. the family has a history of military service. his older brother is a major in the delaware army national guard. the vice president joked about the
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younger biden joining the navy just a month before he was discharged. >> we have a lot of bad judgment in my family. my son who is over 40 just joined the united states navy. >> hunter says he regrets his actions and he also regrets being discharged. the vice president office says the vice president is not commenting on the matter. midterm elections just around the corner. president obama shifting into campaign mode. yet events planned for democratic candidates in maryland and chicago today. the president's first rally was supposed to have taken place last wednesday but that trip was canceled so he could focus on the ebola crisis. surprising no one, governor jerry brown announcing officially that he will run for reelection
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. should he win, governor brown will have served an unprecedented for terms. brown served two terms back in the 70s with almost two decades in office governor brown is already california's longest-serving governor. as governor, brown has studied the state finances and expanded water and transportation infrastructure. he's facing the republican candidate in the november election. a lottery player who bought a winning ticket in san jose has yet to pick up the $2499 winnings. the ticket was purchased at the cafe on center road. that winner now have six months from last friday to claim the prize. officials say the winner should contact the california lottery to collect the cash. still had, a condition it dries out your eyes may affect your entire body. we have details on a new test that will catch it early. a new study on the effects of violent media and children. we'll have what the survey will say. and a live look outside with
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foggy conditions in downtown san francisco. we'll be right back. for over 60,000 california foster children,
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>> where back on kron we can. weekend -- winter can be rough on the body. for most of us, these conditions eventually go away but for others severe dryness could indicate something more serious. here's today's health minute. >> reporter: when she was 19 years old, she began to suffer from red, itchy, dry eyes. >> they diagnosed me with dry eye syndrome. >> she tried everything, drops, surgery, but nothing worked until a doctor diagnosed her with a more serious condition known as sjogren's syndrome. >> it's a chronic autoimmune disease just like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. the body are producing cells that are attacking its own moisture.
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>> why two decades before a diagnosis? until now it's been difficult for doctors to pinpoint this because not everyone has the same symptoms, and that's not good because if left untreated, it can lead to serious kidney, liver, and joint problems as well as cancer. >> people develop lymphoma. >> 3 million people are not diagnosed. >> for lauren leamanczyk him or her diagnosis came too late. >> maybe all that wouldn't have happened. >> but she's being treated and hopes the test will help others. i'm holly for for. >> a new study taking a look at the controversial topic of how parents and doctors view the effects of violent media on children. the study found consensus among
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researchers, parents, and pediatricians who believe the violent media can increase aggression in children. 90 percent of pediatricians surveyed as well leads to two thirds of researchers and parents. we'll be cap top stories. first, we'll take a live look outside. you see one of the towers there, the golden gate bridge sneaking up through the fog. we'll be right back. mmm! ring ring!
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>> and beer back with some big stories this morning. virginia authorities conducting test to confirm the human remains discovered by searchers in a rural area yesterday are those of the missing university of virginia student hannah graham.
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charts let's -- charlottesville police say they found the remains of an abandoned property in the area. they notify the parents of the grim discovery. graham disappeared september 13th. jesse matthew junior has been charged with production since he was the last person seen with her. the giants leave for kansas city later today. back on the field saturday at at&t park for the first time since they won on thursday. giants manager. today is the final day of the 44th annual pumpkin festival in half moon bay. a pumpkin can't pancake breakfast, a pumpkin walk that starts in about 15 minutes, also pumpkin carving and a pie eating contest. festival runs from 9:00 to 5: 5:00 today. admission is free. what kind of weather are
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they dealing with? >> a little foggy today. >> i think yesterday was probably the better day. we are completely socked in. visibility is an issue. that also causes concerns with issues with people turning their. highway one less than a tenth of a mile right now. it was already slow and going to the pumpkin festival but probably worse today. temperatures right now in the low 60s. again, low clouds and drizzle out there. as we head into the afternoon, we should see partial clearing. much more sunshine but cooler weather by 3:00 this afternoon. temperatures in the mid-60s. as we take a specific look at the highs in your neighborhood, fairfield how high of 76. low 70s along the shoreline. clouds and drizzle right now. even pretty cloudy through the afternoon but we'll finally see some breaks of sunshine by 3:00
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with temperatures in the low to mid 60s. if you're headed to the pumpkin festival, can you please send me a tweet and let me know how the pumpkin mac & cheese is? i'm very curious. i've been wondering about that all we can. dry conditions. we do of a storm from the pacific. it's going to bring light rain to northern california as early as tonight into tomorrow. we could see rain in the north bay. it looks like the showers will start south of the golden gate bridge approaching 11:00 tomorrow morning. by 2:00, light rain approaching. pretty much all of the bay area. when the system is said and done, i don't think we see more than a quarter inch for the higher elevations. pass tomorrow, i think for moving in the direction of dry weather. high-pressure will regain strength over central and southern california. this pushes cloud cover out of our area. thursday and friday looking pretty warm conditions, and saturday the flight chance of rain returning
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in the north bay for the afternoon. >> thank you. increasing number of airstrikes last week. officials say that it's pushing them away from the city near the border crossing with turkey. mary maloney has the story. >> reporter: u.s. airstrikes against isis rebels continue saturday following a week of increased fighting. for the first time the u.s. military says it's receiving intelligence from syrian courage on the ground, enabling better precision from those carrying out the strikes. >> the campaign is on the right track. we're doing the right things. >> between friday and saturday, the u.s. military's turnout 15 total airstrikes in syria, two of them fit positions near connie. >> the whole goal is to the and destroy. they continue to present us with target being done in the area.
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we have done so very effectively. >> despite these advances, the command general warns that they could still fall into isis hands. retired army general believing the consequences of that happening from a public relations perspective would be catastrophic. >> the strategic victory that would be used would be heralded by isis around the world as their demonstration. >> meantime, immemorial service held for journalist james foley, one of the american victims. he was executed in august nearly two years ago after being kidnapped area. saturday would've been his 41st birthday. i mary maloney reporting. >> and south korea, officials say border guards exchanged gunfire with you for the second time. officials say north korean soldiers approached the military line,
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and that caused the shootout. there were no reports of any casualties. earlier this month soldiers fired at each other as well after south korea activists arrived at the border. catholic bishops welcomed. this comes after a two-week meeting by pope francis. the bishops reject a revised language on ministries to gaze. a draft of the meetings report says it is to be avoided. but the document has for future debate so they will meet again to discuss the issue next year. just days before the early voting begins, the u.s. supreme court has cleared the way for texas to enforce the controversial voter identification law.
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supports the federal appeals court decision to allow it. the common frustration claimed they were pretty difficult for poor and disabled people to vote. a florida woman in shock after discovering some cameras hidden in her bedroom. investigators say the 23-year- old woman who lives at the house was changing the input when the cameras popped up. it was a live stream of her bedroom. investigators say that, was planted in a smoke detector and cable outlet. >> sure say that this man is the mastermind behind this city of network. much more ahead on kron weekend. we'll be right back.
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>> this is something you see every day. a mama bear and her cub were spotted wandering around the backyard of a home in pasadena. police and game officials were called to the scene. residents were told to stay out of the area until the bears left. the u.s. space station getting some new residents. researchers are teaming up with nasa. scientists have studied alzheimer's and joe. some astronauts are having trouble seeing after they return to earth. >> that -- there's a lot that goes into it an equal amount of risk and danger an issue coming back down. >> once they're back on earth, bring really taken to see if this problem. the first group of mice are headed to space next year.
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a once in a million years event will unfold was later today. we'll be traveling to the 26,000 miles per hour. officials are sure what no caps. still ahead, our career expert joins us to talk about working spaces. it could be a way to beat the higher cost of renting office space. we'll explain when we come back. also, violence at a popular pumping test near new hampshire. why police in riot gear were called out. and we bring you the latest development in the ebola crisis and the cruise ship carrying the texas lab worker who may have contracted the virus.
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francisco. the nike women's running show. the bay area is getting ready for another world series. >> thick fog right now and rain in the afternoon. i'll talk about the next storm headed our way ahead kron news weekend starts now. >> thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. visibility town toless
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than a -- to less than a quarter of a mile out there. 56 out the door in san jose. with yow we could see -- we could see a few low 80s, but temperatures take a tumble and we add rain into the forecast for sunday. >> erica, thank you. the 11th annual nike women's half marathon kicks off >> the last of the runners hit the court in the last 30 minutes or so. they're headed over to marina green. some of these women are running for time, but a vast majority are running for a cause. you'll see a lot of
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purple shirts, a big part of this half marathon is about raising money. i've spoke to one woman who says it's important for her to run because her daddied back in february of leukemia. >> i wanted to be proactive and do something that was going to make a difference in the lives of other people who have gone through something similar that i had to go through. finishing at marina green. you'll find a lot of street closures throughout the city. it's for a good ca this race is typically a full marathon. a half marathon is a
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little bit easier. a thousands people took part in this the first time this morning thank you mike. the giants win the penett. >> it never gets old. the giants are gearing up and the city of san francisco are getting readily to -- ready to welcome a lot of visitors. >> the most important series in baseball draws people from all over. of course, everyone has their opinion about who is going to win. >> of course, you know who's going to win.
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i don't have to say it. >> dew points. >> -- giants. >> even as a season ticket holder, the tickets are pricy. >> the tickets are 125 a in the upper deck. >> on stub hub, they were going for $400. >> a giant world series ticket is priced at $1,700. the giants organization and ticket resellers aren't the only one profited. >> moe's opened two block from the ballpark. it was a giant gamble and it continues to pay off each year. >> it's night and day when the giants win.
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>> sales associates say the store has been business and are staying open longer to support extra traffic. >> the giants back on the field for the first time on thursday. they worked out at at&t park saturday afternoon since the victory. after the workout the giants reflected for a moment that this world series is bringing together two wildcard teams. >> we played close to 200 games. you have to let it go and realize there's still a job to do with this upcoming series. >> it's two teams that have been through a lot to get here. the wildcard brothers. it's pretty special. the giants leave for kansas city later today. >> game one scheduled for
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tuesday night in kansas city. game two also in kansas city and then the two teams will head to at&t park for games three four and five, if necessary. people in the extreme southern county of rio dell were hit with a earthquake. no word on any damage or injury. we'll have more information available as soon as it becomes available on that quake >> the 44th annual pumpkin fest call. a pumpkin breast fast and a pumpkin walk on the trail just kicked off about six minutes ago. there's pumpkin carving is
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coming up later today and that is a free festival as always. >> a cruise ship carrying a potential ebola victim, we will have that story coming.
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>> in national news we have new details of the shooting of michael brown in ferguson. officer wilson said he tried to get out of the car and brown shoved him back in the car. forensics show the gun went off two times in the police
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cruiser. the august #th shooting sparked -- ninth shooting sparked riots in ferguson police fired pepper balls into the crowd of lots of people. after several hours the crowd calmed down for the time being, but later that night more chaos broke out as students started throwing objects at police in riot gear eric freen is wanted on suspicious of killing an officer and wounding another. freen has thus far alluded authorities good morning.
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>> we're back on kron news weekend. hurricane ana is still giving watches for hawaii. a tropical storm watch was lifted for several islands, included the big island. >> bringing it back home, we're not facing anything like that, but we are facing fog. >> as you take a look at the golden gate bridge, most the drivers using their windshield wipers. 57 in san jose. liver
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moore you're at 59 degrees. this fog is pretty think, so it's going to take awhile to burn off. we will be under gloomy conditions, gray skies, but eventually we'll see the sun shine. 76 in santa claira. take a look at pittsburgh, 78 your high there. we'll keep temperatures in the 60s today. we have that radars game kickoff at 1:25. for the tailgate, low 60s. we'll see a mix of clouds, but eventually lots of sun shine over in oakland. temperatures in the 70s as they wrap up the game. we're tracking a storm
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originating from the pacific. it's going to bring clouds early tonight. you can see into the 8:00 hour in the morning highway 81 is affected, but we're not going to see any downpour. when this is all said and done, we won't see more than a quarter of an inch for the bay hills. as we head into tuesday, dry weather, lots of sun shine. temperatures above average and we could see rain back in the picture as we head into next week. >> coworking pace-- spaces have become popular around the world, but they're not a all created the same.
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kim toured some of them. i understand you have your favorite. >> i do. the workshop cafe. i would consider its between a starbucks and your average average. you rent a sit for two per hour. you can go in there and drink your coffee or wine. we went around the tour in san francisco together. it was so much fun. why is workshop cafes so unique besides it offers food. >> we're moving away from this 9:00 to 5:00 work days. working is life. there's no application necessary for the workshop cafe. you come in, plug in and play
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and work. >> it has an app, and you reserve a seat and it has another added benefit. >> you're able to see who is around you, so it's a great networking tool as well as a possibly -- possible dating process peck. >> the -- prospect. >> the are the ribalta is this -- hattery is a a-- a beautiful place. it's pet friendly. >> they don't have cubicles. the old traditional workspace is very closed, and that's very
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open. >> there's the puppies. that was the highlight of my tour there. they were so cute. what is also unique about this space is the food. >> it's absolutely delicious. >> the monkey inferno. >> it's unique. it's more of an incubator base. they house these like-minded people together to create like-minded ideas. so you're allowed to have options in the company. >> what i noticed was this long picnic space. they had a bar area, the full kitchen, a
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bedroom up stair. >> yeah, so when you code for 20 oing to need a nap. >> exactly. that one is tough to get into. >> yes. that's an invitation only space. >> and there's one in richmond, topland. >> yes, richmond. alan young started it. >> he started run way in san francisco. >> he knew what he was doing. it's 40,000 square feet of beautiful space and he's capturing that space >> this is an excloudsive
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sneak peak. he had to solve transperration >> yes, he shuttled people to and from. and also he'll have the food thank you so much. we'll be checking out more workspace. >> all right. that's a great idea. coming up on kron weekend, promising news in the fight against ebola coming from canada. we'll have that story coming up next.
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>> 800 vaccines, a clinical
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trial of ebola starts in october. >> a cruise ship carrying a texas lab worker is docked at gal vas on the texas this morning she and her traveling partner were allowed off the ship. her symptoms were a systematic. >> nina pham's dog named bentley is resting comfortably, has plenty of food and sue plies. -- supplies. he will go to a special kennel for a few days
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where he'll be quarantined and tested. >> we have more on line on ebola. you can find all of that onkron 4 .com -- on kron 4.tom. >> a missing person's investigation is now a death investigation. andy rose has the story. >> thousands of hours have been spent by law enforcement and volunteers in an effort to find hannah. we think perhaps today proved their worse. >> authorities searching for hannah graham made a startling discovery today. human remains have been found on an abandon
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property in west virginia. charlotte ville's police have notified the gram family of their discovery. >> surveillance footage shows graham leaving a mall around 2:00 a.m. it also shows matthew following here. he's the only person who has been detained in graham's disappearance. >> still ahead for you, how police are trying to keep some burglars in check. we'll have that story coming up.
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we're back on kron 4
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news. we've been watching the fog. erica, has it cleared up yet. >> no. i think we're going to carry into the early afternoon. i'm debating if i should take down the afternoon high in the forecast cast. the fog limits the heeding. right now, heading out to upper 50s, low 60s. don't expect much change in the next hour or two. all and all looking at pretty mild conditions. later on this evening, a pacific storm comes in. a storm on the horizon as we head into monday. we'll have more details coming up on the rest of the week coming up at
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10:45 concord keeping burglars in check. officers are paying more closer attention to the area. >> in recent months, parking in this concord lot has come at a painful price for some visitors. >> i've seen piles of glass. i'm definitely worried about. >> auto burglars in this parking lot have spiraled out of control. this week, the bushes surrounding the lot were removed by the city department of public works. >> last week i was afraid of parking here, so i parked my
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car in the neighbor and road my bike here. the concord police department say it will be easier for officers to monitor activity while passing by. >> think it's a -- i think it's a great response. i came back a few weeks later after the phone call, and there was a concord police officer in the parking lot sitting. >> it's good to know the city is responding. >> yeah, for once it's working in my favor. i like that part the chp is investigating a shooting in palameno county.
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one car pulled up along side another and opened fire. police is still searching for suspect. may far teen new year's eve man -- martinez man is being charged with meeting a 14-year-old in intent to engage in elicit sexual conduct. the girl has since been reunited with her family in oregon. police say to be on the lookout for a mountain lion in
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elinor -- elimeno county. call 911 if you happen to see any mountain lions good dozens are -- dozens are criticizing police in china saying the chinese government has gone too far in the way it's treating it citizens. >> they're spraying tier gas or pepper spray to very peaceful protesters. these are the pictures we saw on line and also heard a lot of stories from friends over there. >> that rally in san francisco was peaceful, no arrests were made. >> president obama is shifting into campaign mode.
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he's in marijuan -- maryland and chicago today. the president's first rally wusses posed to -- was supposed to take place last wednesday, but was rescheduled because of the outbreak of ebola brown served two terms back in the 70s with almost two decades in office brown is california's longest serving governor. governor brown is facing republican candidate koshkarie the lottery ticket winner has six months from last friday
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there's no word this morning of his injury. >> the cardinals lost last night rolling pass stanford 21-10. two fumbles led to two scores. >> get those fantasy games ready. the san francisco 49ers take on peyton manning. manning is three touchdown passes away from the all-time touchdown record. big game tonight starting at 5:30 tonight. the ray doris will be battling the cardinals tonight at home. silver and black
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showing some promise last week despite that 21-31 loss last week. game kicks off in oakland the san francisco giants refuse to lose. they're looking ahead to kansas city in the world series. join me tonight after the news when we break it all down.
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part today. let's get specifics with the high in your neighborhood today. we'll see temperatures in the low 70s at san francisco, 73 in the south bay. we are dry in the bay area for now. we are tracking a system originating from pacific that brings rain in the morning. take a look at future cast 4. light rains develops tonight down to the golden gate bridge and crosses the golden gate bridge at 11:00 tomorrow and the rain continues to spread through the bay area into the afternoon. when this is all said and done, the weather models are not predicting much rain out of
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this system. only dealing with a quarter of an inch in bay hills. only a tenth of an inch in the bay areas. monday high pressure back in control. lots of sun shine try conditions. thursday and friday above average teams. we'll have another chance of rains back into next week the lupus walk on the golden gate bridge. i have nancy here with us. >> my sister passed away in 2009 from complication from lupus and a month afternoon when was the
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walk for lupus happened. i wanted to make sure everybody knew about lupus. i knew it was not a well-known disease and i want to make sure other family members doesn't go through what i went through. >> typically the symptoms of the disease are fatigue, joint pain, hair loss and those such things, but it also attacks all the organs, so different people could have different things happen to them during the process. >> do you know why it a attacks some people and not other. >> i do not. they used to think it was not he ret tear, but --
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hean inheritance. >> she got a butterfly rash on her face which is typical with people with lupus. she passed away at 38. she went through bouts of hospital stays with heart issues, lung issues. >> were docks able to diagnose what the problem was or was that part of the problem. >> that was part of the problem first. she was diagnosed with depression and rheumatoid arthritis. it wasn't until a year after that they definitively diagnosed her with lupus. >> what may seen as a rash and
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pain in your doctor, you should tell your doctor about it. >> the more you can tell your doctor, the better. >> a lot of people may not have heard of lupus, but it affects 200 some thousands people today. >> yes. about 9 #-- 94 percent is women and not men. >> any idea why? >> i haven't heard of any reason. the asian and black community is a little bit higher than others, but it is mostly women. >> you're having the walk next week and how can people help out if they would like to take park. >> they can go to the web site walk for lupus now and they can
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donate during that particular web site or they can show up and help by volunteering during the event. >> and if people want to walk, is there still time to get involved. >> yes, it does up until the day. they can just show up and sign up and walk. >> you have become involved because of your sister. i want you to tell the viewers what the symptoms are. >> sure. the joint pain, the rashes on your face, hand, fatigue is a large one and the hair loss. >> from what i understand, it's a very painful illness as well. >> it is. it keeps people from going to work. my sister didn't work for a couple of years
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because of it because the fatigues hits them so badly and they're also on so many drugs to hinder them. >> is there any known medication or vaccine for lupus. > >> there's only one for a specific type of lupus, so it does not help everybody with lupus. the one thing they use to keep it under control is a steroid, but as many people know, that causes other effects. >> well, nancy thanks for joining me and for the walk. >> thanks for having me >> we'll be right back.
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dozens somehowed up for the human foosball tournament. all the proceeds for this benefited the program that aims to get middle school aged girls involved in math and engineering scientists are sending the mice to help them with certain research to-- space. >> there's a lot that goes into taking people into space and there's an equal amount associated with coming back
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down. >> once the mice are back on earth, brain tissues will be tested to see what causes those problems a comet the size of a mountain is traveling at a speed of 126 miles per hour. is closest to witness it. efficients aren't -- officials aren't sure what they will capture. still ahead, hackers continue to get their electronic fingers on the personal information of way too many people. a bay area police officer joins us on tips how to
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protect yourself. and mccleening up a -- mccleening up a bay -- cleaning up a bay area children's place coming up. stay with us.
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later on this morning, and marty, we have a winner in this race, victoria mitchell from australia, across the finish line with a time just over one hour, 19 minutes. 1 hour 19 minutes to run 13 miles. that's mike pelton reporting live from san francisco. >> ishikawa hits one into right, the giants win the pennant. >> it never gets old, did does it. world series fever again hitting the bay area. the giants gearing up. san francisco also getting ready to welcome a large influx of visitors. janu arasu spoke with visitors that have a reason to be excited about the season. >> reporter: excitement abounds not just for baseball fans but also fans of money. the most important series in baseball draws people from all
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over. >> i'm from milwaukee, wisconsin, and i have a flag outside my house for the giants. >> reporter: of course everyone has their own opinion about who will win. >> of course you know who's going to win. i don't have to say it. >> giants! christine like many others was at the giants dugout store looking for post season apparel. post season tickets are harder to come by. as a season ticketer holder, they're pricey. >> tickets are $125, set up on the third deck. >> reporter: dave plans to attend all of the giant's home games. >> i saw on stub hub they're going for $500. >> peanutspeanuts and forbes.com in 2010, a giants world series ticket cost an average of $1700. that prices people out. >> reporter: going to any of the games at all? >> we did before, but not for the playoff. >> reporter: the giant's organization and ticket resellers aren't the only ones profiting. >> they opened up two years before the ballpark and it was a giant gamble and it continues
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to pay off every other year. >> reporter: looking at revenue during the world series and business during the off season, there's no comparison. >> it's night and day when the giants are in town. >> reporter: a sales associate at the giant's dugout store says they have been very busy and they're staying open for extra long hours to accommodate the extra traffic. reporting at at&t parks, dan reuben, kron 4 news. they worked out at at&t park saturday afternoon. this is the first time back together as a team since that drawmatic walkoff national league -- dramatic walkoff national league win. >> we play with spring training included close to 200 games. you have to kind of let it go and realize that there's still a job to do with the next upcoming series. >> with two teams that have gone through a lot to get here, and you know, the wild card
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brothers, it's pretty special. >> manager bruce bochy says madison baumgartner will be starting games one and two for the giants. let's look at giant's world series schedule. games one and two scheduled for tuesday and wednesday night in kansas city. the giants will return to at&t park for games three, four and if necessary, game five in san francisco. first pitch for every game in the series scheduled for 5:07 p.m. new this morning, people in the extreme northern california town of rio dell got shaken awake this morning with a 4.2 magnitude earthquake. it hit about 7:30 centered 37 miles south of eureka. no reports of damage or injuries. a 2.6 magnitude quake shook santa clara and monterey counties. that was centered 4 miles east of the foothills outside of san jose. still ahead for you on
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kron4 news weekend, the long search for the missing university of virginia student may be over following a grim discovery. we'll have details coming up. and efforts to vaccinate against the ebola virus as a cruise ship carrying a potential ebola victim returns to the u.s.
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we're back with national news this morning. new details in the ferguson missouri shooting of michael brown. according to the new york times, through police reports, detailed the officers side of what happened the day that brown was shot. officer darren wilson told police he tried to get out of his car but that brown solved him back in. he says brown pinned him inside the vehicle and struggled to gran for his gun. wilson says he feared for israel safety. forensics show the gun went off twice inside the car. one bullet hit brown's arm while the other one's missed. brown's blood was found on the gun, wilson's uniform and the
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police cruiser. it sparked weeks of rallies and rationally charged protests. a popular pumpkin festival had to be broken up by police in riot gear. police fired pepper balls into the crowd of thousands of people. after several hours of heavy police presence and property damage, the crowd calmed down at least for a short time. but then, last night, more chaos broke out and as students began starting fires and throwing objects at police in riot gear. a law enforcement official says fugitive eric frein was spotted by a woman in a town of par a dice pennsylvania. -- paradise pennsylvania. frein is wanted by police, in the september ambush. that shooting left one person dead and another trooper wounded despite recent sightings and other leads, frein has thus far alluded authorities. coming up con kron4 news, areas in hawaii are with a tropical storm warning as
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hurricane anna nears. we'll have video in the newsroom after the break. in the meantime, clearing skies over san francisco. erica has the forecast when we return. ...we need to break up.
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hurricane anna is on course to miss hawaii by more than 100 miles. the storm is jean rating high -- generating high winds and rain. flash flood warnings throughout the islands is and a tropical storm warning issued for kauai and a tropical storm watch was lifted for the big island. we have been dealing with fog and low clouds all morning long. erica says it's starting to lift in some place. >> not as foggy in oakland d award, visibility actually pretty good. we're seeing less than 3/4 mile north of the golden gate bridge and along the coastline, near a quarter mile visibility. temperatures haven't moved by much because of all that cloud
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cover. we're holding onto upper 50s in livermore, santa rosa, oakland at 34 degrees. as we head to the afternoon, eventually we will see that sunshine. it's going to take a while. temperatures end up in the 60s and 70s. pleasanton, a high of 78. a few degrees cooler than that through livermore. low 70s on the east way shoreland. fan hitting a -- san francisco hitting a high of 67. heading to the half-moon bay pumpkin festival, foggy conditions, driving to the festival, and yesterday, the traffic back ups were extensive. expect pretty much the same today. in fact it could be a little worse because of the weather. cloudy conditions, upper 50s right now. even a little bit of drizzle. by lunchtime we're going to continue to see cloudy conditions with breaks of sunshine if you leave a little later. 3:00 this afternoon with temperatures in the mid-60s there. satellite and radar shows dry conditions over the bay area. we are tracking a pacific storm that's going to bring rain to northern california as early as tonight, and then it's going to spread southward overnight into
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early tomorrow morning. take a look at your morning ride. 8:00, light rain for santa rosa. stretching down to petaluma. you will need your windshield wipers along highway 101. check out what happens as we put the clock into motion. by 11:00, the rain will cross the golden gate, and showers will continue to spread southward, heading into the afternoon, so 2:00, looks like most of the bay area dealing with light rain indicated by that green color on your screen. but the showers will taper off as we head into tomorrow evening. even the wetter models are only predicting a 1/4 inch for the north hills. most of us will see less than a tenth of an inch. high pressure on tuesday, lots of sunshine, dry weather and temperatures above average as we head into thursday and friday. marty. >> thank you erica. big news this morning on the ebola front. canada will start sending out an experimental vaccine for ebola to the world health organization. the canadian government says 800 violence will arrive in 3
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separate shipments beginning tomorrow. canada says the vaccine clinical trials started last month in the u.s. with results expected in december. the who says the current outbreak has killed more than 4000 people in west africa. the health care worker on the cruise ship has tested negative for ebola. this morning the ship docked in galveston, texas, where the woman along with her partner were allowed to get off the ship without restrictions according to health officials. the woman handed specimens from ebola patient thomas duncan when he was in the hospital in dallas. we have new photos of the dog of the ebola infected nurse nina pham. her pet was taken away and put in quarantine. texas a&m emergency response veterinary team visits the dog daily for care. animal services says the dog
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named bentley has adapted well. he's resting comfortably. he has plenty of toys, food and supplies. they say the next phase of his quarantine includes moving bentley to a special kennel for a day or two where he will be monitored and tested. we have an informative section on our web site, everything you need to know on how the virus is spread, what symptoms to look for, and also how the virus is being handled locally and around the world as well. you can check it all out at kron4.com. law enforcement officials in virginia have suspended their search for a missing student who disappeared five weeks ago. they say the missing person's investigation is now a death investigation. >> reporter: sergeant dale perry and his five person team were fishing up their mission near walnut creek park when something came over him to
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check properties nearby. >> i don't know how else to explain it than something told me to continue to look. >> reporter: behind a vacant road if a dried up creek bed, a gruesome discovery, a skull and bones scattered across the creek bed along with a pair of tight dark colored pants. >> no hair, no flesh whatsoever, completely bones. >> kari says says the vertebra bone appeared long. the lost was not far from the road. >> there was no crushing of any bones as far as the skull or anything like that. everything looked to be in tact to me from what i can see. >> reporter: carry and other members of the team felt compelled to volunteer time with help in the search efforts. when we wait for forensic testing, about if this is hannah graham, he hopes the team's efforts bring closure and justice for the family. >> stay positive, stay upbeat. we were here for a mission and
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that mission was to bring closure and we're hoping that is what we have done. >> headlines this morning, the son of vice president joe biden has been discharged from the u.s. navy after testing positive for cocaine. government officials say hunter biden failed a routine drug test taken in june when he reported to his unit headquarters in norfolk virginia. the biden family has a history of military service. older brother beau is a major in the delaware national guard. in fact, the vice president joked about the younger biden joining the navy just a month before he was discharged. >> we have a lot of bad judgment in my family. my son who is over 40 just joined the united states navy, about to be sworn in as an officer, hunter biden. >> well, hunter says he regrets his actions and also rejet growths being discharged. vice president biden's office is not commenting on the matter. dozens of kaiser permanente volunteers devoted saturday to cleaning up a child care facility. the annual event took them to
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the davis street child development center in san leandro where they painted drilled, hammered and donated their time. >> we volunteer every year at different sites and the davis center here came up this year as needing help in terms of sprucing up the playground helping outside inside in terms of painting and remodeling the center. >> the center program budgets are tight. there's money, you know, for staffing and essentials, but nothing to do anything like this, you know, to enhance the program, the environment and things like that. >> the center also received a $30,000 grant to help support a program that provides mental health services for youth. coming up on kron4 news weekend, we'll have the latest for you on the u.s. air strikes in syria. first we're going to take a at shell, we believe the world needs a broader mix of energies, to move, to keep warm, to make clay piggies.
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californians are discovering the real risks behind prop 46. it was written and paid for by the trial lawyers to make them millions... while, for the rest of us, health care costs go up. no wonder every major newspaper in the state opposes prop 46. they say 46 "overreached in a decidedly cynical way." it's a ploy "for trial lawyers to enrich themselves." and prop 46 has "too many potential drawbacks to be worth the risk." time to vote no on prop 46. world news this morning, the united states increased the number of air strikes carried
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out in syria last week. officials say it's helping push isis way from a key city near the border crossing with turkey. mary maloney has the details. >> reporter: u.s. air strikes against isis rebels continued near kobani following a week of increased fighting. for the first time, the u.s. military says it is receiving intelligence from syrian kurds on the ground. >> the campaign is on the right track. we're doing the right things, and we're creating the right effects. >> reporter: between friday and saturday, the u.s. military carried out 15 total air strikes in syria. two of them hit isis positions near kobani. >> my goal is to defeat and ultimately destroy isil. if he continues to present us with major targets as he has done in the kobani area, then clearly we'll service those targets and we have done so very very effectively. >> reporter: despite these advances, u.s. central command
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general, lloyd austin warns kobani could still fall into isis hands. retired army general believes the consequences of that happening from a public relations perspective would be catastrophic. >> the strategic victory that would be used by the fallen kobani would be heralded by isis around the world their demonstration they can defeat the largest coalition in the world. >> meantime, a memorial service was held saturday for journalist james foeley, one of isis's american victims. he was executed in august, nearly two years after being kidnapped in syria while covering the war. saturday would have been foeley's 41st birthday. i'm mary maloney reporting. still ahead on kron4 news weekend, how police in concord are trying to keep burglars in check. we'll have that story coming up. first, a fogged in golden gate bridge, erica has the forecast coming up when we come back. [phones rings]
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and we're back on kron4 news weekend, time to check out
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the forecast with erica. >> good morning, and happy sunday, marty heading out to foggy conditions. here's a live look. can't see much at the golden gate bridge right now. all in all, visibility, actually improving around the bay area. socked in in san francisco, now we're dealing with partly cloudy skies and down in the south bay, visibility down to a 1/4 mile in san jose. it looks like we have seen at least some improvement there. let's take a look at satellite and radar, although we are dry for now, we are tracking a system. this confident, arriving from the pacific is going to bring some light rain to northern california beginning tonight and then it could actually affect your morning commute as we head into tomorrow. so keep that in mind. light rain is expected but when this system is said and done, not talking about much rain, the wetter models putting a 1/4 inch for the north bay hills, a tenth, and not expecting much in the south bay. we have a dry layer of a air underneath this system, and that's going to limit rainfall for the east bay and south bay.
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there is the possibility that you won't see any rain whatsoever. still we'll be tracking the storm coming up in 15 minutes. marty. >> thank you erica. keeping concord burglars in check, police there say thieves have been targeting a popular parking lot ripping people off as they go out to enjoy the outdoors. as kron4 news' phillipe djegal reports, officers are paying closer attention to the area. >> in recent months, parking leading into lime ridge open space to hike, bike and enjoy the stunning valley views has come at a painful price for some visitors. >> piles of glass, i'm definitely worried about it. i try to hide my stuff. >> since the end of summer, concord police say auto burglaries on this lot have spiraled out of control. this week at the request of the police department, the bushes surrounding the lot were removed by the city department of public works. >> last week, i was afraid of parking up here, so i parked my
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car down in the neighborhood, and then i road my bike -- rode my bike here just so i didn't expose my car to theft. >> reporter: now that this side of the parking lot no longer looks like this side of the parking lot, the concord police department says it will be easier for officers to monitor criminal activity in this area wile passing by on ignacio valley road. >> i think it's a great response. >> reporter: paula sitten says she pulled into the lot recently, found a car with smashed windows and called police. >> and actually, i came back a few weeks later after that phone call and there was a concord pd officer in the parking lot. >> reporter: is it good to know the city is being proactive and when people complain they're responding. >> for once it's working in my favor, i like that part. >> reporter: in concord, phillipe djegal kron4 news. and a shooting overnight in alameda county, just before 8:00 saturday night near highway 580 west of interstate 205. police say the two cars were
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approaching the 205 interchange when the driver of one car pulled up alongside the other and the driver opened fire. two people suffered minor injuries. police are investigating it as a possible road rage incident and they're still looking for the suspects. a martinez man is charged in connection with a sex case involving a 14-year-old oregon girl. he appeared in federal court in oakland friday for his first hearing. and investigators say that blake robert johnston met the girl online. they say that he traveled to salem with his underage daughter to meet the 14-year- old girl. he is charged with intent to engage in illicit actual conduct. police found the girl at his home in martinez on wednesday. she has been reunited with her family in oregon. police in union city are advising residents to be on the look out for a mountain lion. it was spotted saturday afternoon. officers searching a trail without success by alameda creek behind carway after several residents reported seeing the big cat. so advising
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residents in the area keep small pets inside the house, and also to call 911 if they see any mountain lions. dozens of supports met in san francisco, criticizing the chinese government for the way protesters have been treated in china. this angers many local chinese who say the chinese government has gone too far and is mistreating its citizens. >> i think a lot of mean pictures and videos and on the web already, like they are spraying tear gas or pepper spray to peaceful protesters and unarmed protesters so these are the pictures and visions that we saw online and then also we heard a lot of stories from friends over there. >> the rally in san francisco was peaceful and there were no arrests made. turning to politics this morning, the midterm election is just around the corner. president obama is shifting into campaign mode.
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the president has events planned for democratic candidates in maryland and in chicago today. mr. obama attended democratic fundraisers but hasn't campaigned with candidates in public. the president's first rally was supposed to take place last wednesday in connecticut. that trip was canceled so the president could focus on the ebola crisis. surprising absolutely no one, governor jerry brown officially announcing he will run for reelection. should he win, he will serve an unprecedented four terms. he served two terms back in the 70s. with almost two decades in office, brown is california's longest serving governor. as governor, brown has steadied the state's financial situation and expanded water and transportation infrastructure. he'll be facing republican candidate neil cashcary. border guards exchanged gunfire with north korea for the second time in less than ten days. officials say north korean soldiers approached the
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military line that splits the korean pins skid marks that caused -- pins skid marks -- peninsula, and after south korean activists arrived at the border. there were no casualties from that incident either. catholic bishops scrapped their landmark welcome to gays showing signs of deep divisions between church leaders. this comes after a two-week meeting sought by pope francis. the bishops language on administering to gays, warning against hostile inflexibility on the behalf of the church, a draft of the reports, says discrimination against gay people is to be avoided. the document to be the basis of future debates and they will agree they will meet againfection year. >> -- again next year. a lottery player who had a winning ticket is yet to pick the ticket. the winner now has 6 months from last friday to claim the
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prize. officials say the winner should contact the california lottery to collect the cash. well, as we go to break, we're looking at the san mateo bridge where traffic is moving steadily and right overcast overhead, we'll be right back.
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we're back on kron4 news in sports, the cal golden bears taking on the uca bruins at the said yum, snapping a 7 game skid and the big news for cal fans happened on this play. kick return trevor davis taken off the field in the 4th 4th quarter following this hit. it hears he's hit in the head by a knee. he was treated on the field and waved to a standing ovation to the fans as he was being carted off the field. no word this morning on the extent of his injuries. the sanford cardinal lost in the desert last night,
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arizona state past sanford, 26- 10. it was turnovers that cost the game. here you see one of the funnellables that led to a score -- fumbles that led to a score. the sun devils scoring this year against stanford's top rated defense, allowing just an average of 10 points per game. happening today, get those fantasy lineups ready for this afternoon, and this evening. it's sunday fun day. the san francisco 49ers taking on the denver broncos and pay tonmanning in the mile -- peyton manning in the mile high city, trying to spoil the potential record setting night. he's three touchdown passes away from the league's all time record of 508 set by brett favre. tonight's big game will be on sunday night football at 5:30. the raiders are hosting the arizona cardinals this afternoon. the raiders with their new interim head coach tony sprano will try to get the first win against the 4-1 arizona
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cardinals. showing promise last week despite the loss to the chargers. that starts at 1:30. another celebration down for the san francisco giants who just refuse to lose. now they're looking ahead to kansas city in the world series. join me and bip roberts after the news to break it down.
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and we're back on kron4 news weekend. 9:45 sunday morning. time to check the forecast with erica. >> good morning, lots of cloud cover, foggy conditions as we take a live look at the golden gate bridge. visibility however is improving through much of the area. temperatures still in the 50s and 60s. san francisco 64. 58 degrees in san jose where visibility is under a mile there. livermore at 59. good morning santa rosa. yore arkansas you're at 57. you're going to have -- you're at 57. you're going to have to wait for the cloud cover to come down for temperatures to warm up. not as warm today. antioch in the upper 70s. same for pleasanton, freemont
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today, a high of 74. upper 60s for downtown san francisco. most locations in the south bay, staying in the mid-70s. napa today hitting a high of 74 and 66 over in richmond. as we look ahead, if you're heading to the raiders game against the cardinals, kickoff at 1:25 for the tailgate. expect mostly cloudy conditions. low 60s. upper 60s by kickoff. it looks like we'll finally see that sunshine as the game wraps up around 4:00. we are tracking a storm on the horizon. dry conditions for the bay area right now, but this pacific cold front will bring rain to northern california as early as this evening. it's going to spread south, make it's way to the bay area just in time for the morning commute. future cast for highlighting the 8:00 hour. we're seeing light rain for santa rosa and petaluma tomorrow morning. as we put the clock into motion, looks like that activity will cross the golden gate. light rain in san francisco. we'll continue to see showers develop through much of the bay
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area. this green color indicates light rain. we could see pockets just a few areas of heavier rain, that includes redwood city toward mountain view, all in all, the rain showers ramp up in the direction of dryer conditions by tomorrow evening. high pressure back in control by tuesday and that's going to allow for lots of sunshine, dry conditions, and temperatures above average as we head into the latter half of next week. marty. >> thank you erica. from target, home depot, and k smart to snap chat and drop box, it seems that hackers continue to get their electronic hands on personal information from a lot of people. the most recently, some 400 drop box user names and passwords were leaked online. here to talk about what you can do and also what you can do to protect your business as well is our local security expert. his name is marson from malware bytes. good morning, tell us about what happened with this drop box situation. >> in the simplest form, a
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heark posted about 400 passwords online and claimed they were drop box passwords. claimed they had 7 million more and would post them if he got donations through the web site. >> looking for money here. okay. drop box came out publicly they were not breached and the passwords were not there. a third party service and a collection of services were breached and these passwords were posted online. they worked with drop box. >> in other words, they keep the same password. we can't keep track of all them. >> we're all guilty of this. >> of course. that's rule number one. >> don't share passworded on multiple web sites. >> and also to keep it complicated, if you can. >> 8 characters is the recommended minimum. and you should put numbers, symbols, characters that, you know, to make those passwords more complex. >> it's hard to remember, though,. >> who can remember that, exactly. i use the password utility. helps remember all of the passwords on various web site.
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i don't know my passwords to multiple web sites. i use a third party app to last pass. there's several other that you use. >> you recommend people use that? >> absolutely. many people use their phone number as passwords and all you have to do is get somebody's phone number, and now you have your password to e-mail, bank, various other web sites. >> why are we seeing so much of it now? >> it's a trend. it's a dangerous trend, you're right, and it's profitable. selling these user names, passwords, bank account details, it's profitable for these criminals. >> and so we seem to hear about this more and more and more, so what is it that the hackers are ahead of the security or how is this happening? >> it's not even that. there's a lot of consumers out there that are not security experts and they may, like i said, we use passwords, they may not turn on two factor authentication. >> two factor authentication,
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you require two assets to log in,ed first is the password, the second is the phone, a text message or a security question that you've probably answered when you have logged into certain web sites. drop box sports this. people have it turned off. >> oh, okay. >> so turning on two factor authentication, many banks have this in place. >> so is it safe to say that we are the weak links in this security? >> absolutely. it's a two sided relationship. on our part, we should be choosing complex passwords, not reusing them web site to web site. maybe even using different e- mail addresses. on the other hand, the service should enable two factor authentication by default, and obviously have security in place so passwords aren't breach. >> one of the tips we have is avoid bad web sites, what does that mean. >> easier said than done. don't be searching on web sites that are ominous, to say the least. use trusted web sites, look for
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web of trust, for example, has a list of good web web sites. >> one of the tips as well, would be to, if you get one of these in your e-mail, what should you do? because they look official. >> don't open it. if you get an e-mail with an interesting attachment or interesting subject, just throw it away. you can always go to the person that sent it to you or call them on the phone, did you send me this e-mail. same with facebook, you know, you see a bunch of texts from your friends that say click on this link, i've got pictures for you. of course you're going to fall for that. it's simple to call and say did you send me that. >> if he could, if we could go back to the top couple tips, we want to talk about those a little more if we could get back to that. there we go. so number one, don't wait until you're a victim. >> they prey on the apathetic, right, so go today online and change your passwords immediately. we'll wait right here. >> exactly. so that's number one. that's the first line of
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defense is just changing your passwords. >> use a password management facility. antivirus alone can't handle it all. layer your security. use a password manager, antivirus by antimalware. there's several layers of security that you can employ to protect yourself from this. >> and these are all available online. >> that's right. >> and then number three is what you have mentioned time and time again, use the strong passwords and don't reuse them. biggest weaknesses. >> absolutely. >> thank you so much for joining us and giving us these tips. outthanks a lot. >> thank you. >> all right. we'll be right back.
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it's a fresh approach
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on education-- superintendent of public instruction tom torlakson's blueprint for great schools. torlakson's blueprint outlines how investing in our schools will reduce class sizes, bring back music and art, and provide a well-rounded education. and torlakson's plan calls for more parental involvement. spending decisions about our education dollars should be made by parents and teachers, not by politicians. tell tom torlakson to keep fighting for a plan that invests in our public schools.
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recapping the big stories we're following this morning. torts in virginia conducting forensic tests to confirm that the human remains discovered by searchers in a rural area yesterday are those of a
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missing university of virginia student hannah graham. charlottesville police say a set of remains was found on an abandoned property in the area. they have notified graham's parents of the discovery. graham disappeared on september 13th. jesse matthew junior has been charged with abduction. he was the last person seen with graham. and the san francisco giants headed for kansas city today. the team was back on the field at at&t park yesterday for the first time since they won the pennant. manager bruce bochy says left hander madison bum gardener will pitch game one tuesday night in kansas city. a big turn out for the nike women's half marathon this morning. an estimated 25,000 runners were out in san francisco today. the race began at union square, ran through golden gate park and ended up at the marina green. along the course, runners were treated to live entertainment and stations where people were
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routeing them on. the largest fundraiser of the year. the money raised goes toward research and treatment of various forms of blood cancer. and a once in a million years event will unfold near mars today, a comet the size of a mountain expected to come within 80,000 miles of mars. by space parameters is close, nasa's 5 robotic explorers witnessed the comet, images might be blocked however by a dust storm. quickly looking at your extended forecast. rain begins tomorrow morning in the bay area. it will stretch into the afternoon, but dry weather for the rest of the week. >> a little bit of everything. all right, thanks a lot erica. that's going to wrap it up for us. thank you for joining us. we'll see you next weekend. bye bye.
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