tv KRON 4 News Weekend KRON November 16, 2014 7:00am-10:01am PST
>> coming up. learning new information about a hit-and-run involving a pedestrian in walnut creek. >> plus, police and fit san francisco searching for a suspect in a deadly overnight stabbing. >> and the latest isis militants have killed another american. >> this is the bay area's news station. kron news weekend starts now. >> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm artie gonzales. >> happy sunday, everyone. we'll start by taking a look at the forecast. not cold out there yet. i hear some rain could be on the way. >> good morning. a gorgeous start your day. we have those high clouds but they are high enough that you can make out the tops of the buildings. a lovely look as we take an outside shot of the golden gate bridge
this morning. a little breeze out there. not as cold as yesterday morning. temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s. my love their -- mild weather continues on. we do have what weather on the way. it looks like the next system will arrive early wednesday morning. looks like a possibility for unsettled weather will continue on next week. full details on that in 15 minutes. >> thanks, erica. we start with breaking news this morning in san francisco were police investigate a fatal stabbing this morning. it was around 8:30 last night. officers arrived to find a man lying on the sidewalk. witnesses tell us that paramedics performed cpr before transporting the victim where he died from his injuries. police have not identified the victim and have no suspect
information at this time. police in walnut creek are continuing to investigate a hit-and-run that left a pedestrian with life-threatening injuries. the accident happened just before 7:00 last night at the intersection of walnut avenue and hutchinson road near the ygnacio trail. police say a dark-colored suv struck the victim and then just took off. officers say no other information on the driver or vehicle was available. a woman suffering life-threatening injuries after being hit by a pickup truck in san francisco potrero hill area. the woman was hit shortly before 6:00 last night on 25th and utah street. police say the woman was in the crosswalk at the time and the truck hit her while making a left turn. right now police have not said whether the driver was cited. in world news this morning, islamic faith militants are claiming to have killed the american hostage. isis posted a video and photos. they reportedly show that
beheaded remains. their claims have not been verified but a white house spokeswoman acknowledged the video and says intelligence officials are working to determine its authenticity. isis threatened to kill him in a video released last month. he would be the fifth western hostage killed by the islamic state. he was captured in october of 2013 as he was providing aid to syrian rebels were refugees. he was also an army veteran who served in iraq back into thousand seven. this morning the police departments across the country preparing for a grand jury verdict in the ferguson-missouri shooting case. the jury is deciding to whether -- the decision is expected any day now. cities such as boston and l.a. are bracing for large demonstrations. a rally has already been planned for the strip thomas vegas as well. no word yet if any demonstrations are planned for the bay area.
>> thousands of dollars worth of artificial turf was stolen from a church in hayward. dan rubin explains why the church's pastor is not seeking help from police. >> reporter: a patch of dirt and gravel is all that's left after a generous donation. >> went into the office, forgot something, and my car was here. earlier the pastor discover newly installed artificial grass had been stolen. it happened in plain view outside the entrance to the church in hayward. >> they saw me out here looking at him. >> they reported the theft to hayward police. >> it was silence for a few seconds and then she said, they took what? >> with well over 600 pounds of artificial church -- artificial turf, it was too much for the thieves to handle. the rest of the generously donated turf is still intact along a
>> crews are working to repair to broken water mains in napa this morning. the first break was reported on november 8th alongside browns valley road. the second half and friday at the intersections of highway 12 and 29. city officials don't expect the work to be finished until friday . authorities say the customers in the affected areas will have low water pressure until those repairs are finished. city officials say the pipes might've been damaged by that 6.0 magnitude quake that hit the area back in august. >> coming up, you can now enroll in covered california for next year and what changes you can expect to see on the health insurance exchange website. >> plus, how malls and stores are preparing to keep you and your family safe on black friday. >> and taking a live look outside. conditions on the san mateo bridge, not much traffic this early sunday morning. we'll be right back.
my name is frank griffith and i'm a troubleman for pg&e. i've been with pg&e for 17 years and i work in vallejo. i grew up in vallejo and this is where i want to be. i ride my truck around on the same hills i rode my bike around when i was a kid. as a troubleman, if your power goes out, you call and here i am.
i feel like my job is important because all the people in this community are people that i know. my family is vallejo too so i need to make sure it's safe for them. when i pull up to a house, i want customers to know i'm there to help. we need to get the power back on, that's our job. you get a good feeling from fixing stuff. for over 60,000 california foster children the holidays can be an especially difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything. what if santa can't find me? to help, sleep train is holding a secret santa toy drive. bring your gift to any sleep train and help keep the spirit of the holidays alive. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. >> welcome back. in national news, a celebration
of life for hannah graham in virginia on saturday. crews found the university of virginia students remains last month after she disappeared in september but friends didn't want to remember her death. instead, they spoke about her humor, intelligence, and kindness. graham's parents went to celebration and thank everyone for their support. saturday will mark the 10- year anniversary of the clinton library. to celebrate, hillary and chelsea clinton talked about an initiative called no stealing. it's given working mothers a chance to earn college degrees and in truth childcare options. last month chelsea gave birth to bill and hillary's first grandchild. a baby girl name charlotte. >> you can now enroll in covered
california for the next year. dozens of people attended an enrollment even in san francisco's golden gate park saturday. covered california is the states exchange as part of the affordable care act. in its first year, about 1.3 million californians enrolled in the program. the goal is not to increase that to 1.7 million for next year. kron 4 asked the event hosts about improvements in covered california second year. >> obviously, anytime you have something for the first year, you're going to bumps in the road. we know you we need to do a better job of translations. now that it's out there, we think more and more people are going to come. >> enrollment in covered california only lasts for three months rather than six months last year. enrollment and savior 15. >> and good morning. live in the weather center, a little breezy as we take a live look. all of the details on the rest of your we can forecast when we return.
>> an unusually early snowfall makes for sledding on mount hood in oregon. take a look at the fun most of their having. snow lovers using inflatable rafts and tubes to fly down the hills near the ski slopes. resort operators say this is the earliest they've ever opened and they're hoping for one more good snowstorm before turning on the ski lifts. was moved to the midwest where they're having some or wintry weather hitting the region this weekend. this video is from kansas just north of topeka where they expect a high today of 28 degrees. snow is covering a lot of the roads and areas. that makes for some tough driving. this is really just the beginning of the snow season in this part of the country. we are expecting another beautiful day with some changes next week. >> that's right, marty. if you like sunshine and warmer weather, the upper 60s and low 70s we've been enjoying, that will continue on until about
tuesday and beyond that unsettled weather enters the bay area and we have the chance for pretty much each and every day as we head into next weekend. right now to some high clouds out there making for a gorgeous sunrise. temperatures right now in the 40s and 50s. santa rosa, one of the cooler spots at 42. 49 in san jose. so it looks like temperatures for the most part will be in the 60s approaching lunchtime and it looks like we could see a few low 70s developed by 3:00 this afternoon. a little warmer today. evergreen 72, 68 in cupertino. lots of sunshine and then nice and mild in the east bay. take a look at richmond. 66 in walnut creek, 64 in danville area downtown san francisco a high of 68. i think we'll see a few low 70s developed north of the golden gate bridge. we have this ridge of high pressure in place but your modus activity offshore. we could see a few sprinkles enter the extreme north bay but i think for the most part will maintain dry conditions.
but whether as we head into next week. so sprinkles perhaps in the north bay later on today. storm number 2 approaches as we head into about wednesday morning. and testing -- anticipating a half inch or less amenable to more rain arrives as we head into late friday and saturday. so you'll see that on your forecast. gear up for what weather on the way. looks like we could also experience thunderstorms as we head into thursday so keep the umbrellas handy. >> more snow for the sierra. thank you. the holidays fast approaching, so the bay area retailers are bracing for large crowds that might include some speeds. >> reporter: we are less than two weeks away from thanksgiving and black friday. that means a while -- malls like the fun valley shopping center will soon be flooded with customers. >> we see a lot of people coming with shopping lists in hand and
leading duffel bags. everybody's getting in the mood. >> in order to avoid burning the holiday spirit, the malls general manager says he's one step ahead of the criminals by reinforcing his security staff for the shopping season. >> we have a lot more people in the shopping center, a lot more cars. with that comes some additional criminal activity but we work closely with the police department, so we feel that we have the situation well managed. >> still -- >> i met the stopping centers tends to be a crime of opportunity. >> family says the bulk of holiday crime happens in the parking lot while shoppers are inside the mall and sometimes unknowingly leave their cars ballmer wrote to thrust -- to theft. >> the only things in plain view in your car. don't leave packages in the backseat visible.
that's where problems occur. for those things in the trunk. high them somehow. just only them in plain sight. >> kron four news. >> marilyn mother is ecstatic this morning as police found her missing daughter alive in another state. the 12-year-old girl didn't return home from school last tuesday. police and the fbi search through social media sites and investigators from girl in north carolina. police say she was with a 30-year-old man. investigators safely recover the grow. they arrested the man and then let the girl call her mom. >> my first thought was, north carolina is calling. why is north carolina calling? i answered the phone and it was my baby girl. she was on the other line. >> other news this morning, if you plan to visit mexico, you might want to take a little extra money. they started charging tourists to cross the border. anyone wanting to stay more than
seven days will have to buy a permit for $20. the permit will act like a temporary visa. the mexican officials say it will help them keep better track of travelers visiting for longer periods of time but people on both sides of the border are not happy with this new fee. >> reporter: it doesn't sound very smart. the economy isn't doing very well in the fees start. >> only those crossing on foot are being charged right now. mexican officials say the fee could soon be extended to the vehicle lanes at those stops as well. >> and oregon woman in the southeast asian jail for what she says of the crime she did not commit. she's a veterinarian and world traveler who's visiting east timor earlier this year when she was arrested. her adventure was interrupted when police surrounded the taxi she was sharing with a stranger.
her lawyer says the man she was with had a package that had drugs and he argues he was a victim of circumstance. >> she was caught accidentally in the wrong place at the wrong time. >> the package reportedly contained methamphetamines allegedly hidden inside sour -- shower equipment. the latest weather to her mother describes the treatment but also having nightmares. officials meet with her every week. they also remain in contact with officials in east timor who say she's being held as a witness in a criminal case. >> america's top military leaders on the ground in iraq this morning. general martin dempsey may have -- made a surprise visit to baghdad.
this is dempsey's first trip to iraq since president obama ordered noncombat american forces back to the country. speaking of the president, he's on his way back to the u.s. he wrapped up in a day trip to asia and australia. mr. obama spending the weekend at the g-20 summit in brisbane. world leaders discussed a range of global economic issues. the president returned to washington where he's scheduled to be back at the white house just before midnight. >> coming up on climbed for weekend, we'll get you caught up on the bay area sports. >> let's take a live look outside. beautiful skies this morning. we'll be right back.
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22 bucks! these guys should've gone to my place, cuz right now, i have two breakfast croissants for just four bucks. they're both made with a freshly cracked egg and melting cheese on a buttery, flaky croissant. try the supreme with bacon and ham or the sausage. they'll fill you up for - whoa hey! what are you doing? you can't make a commercial for your restaurant at my restaurant! not if you keep interrupting me, i can't. >> turning to bay area sports. let's talk about the sharks taking on the blue jackets. columbus will get on the board first. a 1-0 lead here and then we move along with three minutes left.
with one second left, the sharks will finally find the back of the net. but that was the scoring. the final was 2-1. the warriors hosting the charlotte hornets last night. this was all warriors. nice move by clay thompson in the second quarter taking it to look for layout. and in a point lead. then here's thompson again. this time a three-pointer. that puts the warriors up by 14. then in the third quarter, thompson with another three pointer. that gives them a 24-point lead. thompson what a minute with a game-high 21-point three is up three with this third-quarter buzzer beater. the warriors win at 112-87. stanford needed a win to become bowl eligible. the 25th-ranked utah all the next the cardinals 20-17 in double
overtime. it was utah's travis wilson. 3rd-1 and a score for the game-winner. the cardinal can drop in consecutive games for the first time in five years. >> tough loss. also happening today, the niners are in new jersey taking on the giants. not looking so good. top draft pick jimmy ward was placed on injured reserve yesterday with a foot injury. he was hurt in last sunday's overtime win at new orleans and it's the same put that needed surgery in march. the game today is at metlife stadium with kickoff this morning at 10:00 a.m.
and the raiders hoping to get their first win of the season. they're still going to try. the raiders are in san diego as they take on the chargers today. the chargers are 5-4 and 0 -- the raiders are 0-9. kickoff at 1:05. >> every game is a must win for the niners. join us sunday night on sports final live as we break down their matchup with the new york giants. can the raiders snapped a 15 game losing streak? and coaching legend for meal is live in studio. it's a full half-hour of all your sports needs sunday night at 9:00 right after the news. >> also coming up on kron four news weekend, a man arrested for sending death threats to more than a dozen people. who he was targeting and why. >> and a live look outside. beautiful view of the golden gate bridge. we'll have your forecast after the break.
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week. here's erika. >> good morning. for the next couple days, sunshine dry conditions. it's a little warmer. we'll see plenty of 70s between thought they and north bay. in the middle of the week, that's when the changes arrive. we'll see a building cloud cover and rain back in the forecast. camera rocking and rolling as we take a live look overlooking the bay bridge span, so it's a little breezy higher up three of fog is really not affected this morning. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. santa rosa the cool spot. 46 in concord. low to mid 50s along the eastern shoreline. so grab a jacket. looks like most locations in the mid to upper 60s. it looks like a bit of a warming trend as we head into early next week. what weather back in the picture. that will arrive wednesday and carry into next week.
>> developing news this morning. over 150 residents in south san francisco waking up without power this morning after that car that you see their crashed into a power pole and then eventually landing in someone's front yard. it happened on eucalyptus avenue near palm way. officers say that a 20-year-old san francisco resident by the name of juan lopez was speeding down the street. he lost control of the vehicle and crashed into the power pole and many try to run away from the scene according to police but he was caught a short distance away. officers then investigated and found he was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. pgn he is working on restoring power and they expect to be finished by this afternoon. no word on the cause of the crash. we do have a crew on the scene and are working to get the latest information for you. >> a san jose man behind bars for sending threatening letters to strangers because of their race and sexual orientation. authorities say the 52-year-old man sent death threats and even
bullets to as many as 16 people. copies were sometimes sent to relatives or even coworkers of the victims. prosecutors say they don't yet know how the man choses target. his first court appearance is for tomorrow. >> no valid police looking for a man they say hit another man with his car at a bright a parking lot on friday. police say the suspect vehicle is a green honda suv with the license number you see on your screen. officers say it appears the suspect intentionally hit the victim after the two got into an argument over panhandling. police say the victim was standing behind the suv when she was hit. no word on his condition. the national news. for people dead, another hospitalized after a chemical leak in texas. it happened early saturday morning. the company that operates says the valve failed and released a chemical gas used to make insecticide. five workers were exposed to
the gas, four of them died. the company officials say they're workers did nothing wrong. they took about two hours to shut off the gas and the company is now investigating why that they'll malfunctioned. >> a surgeon diagnosed with ebola virus arrived at omaha, nebraska yesterday for treatment. he contracted ebola while working in sierra leone. he's married to an american and as a permanent resident of the u.s. but was working with patients in his home country. the team that was carrying for him -- the team that was caring for him says he's critically ill. the nebraska medical center has successfully treated to ebola patient. back in the bay area, a mountain lion spotted saturday in san mateo county. according to the sheriffs department, the lion was seen around 7:30 last night in the emerald lake hills neighborhood west of redwood city. officials warn that anyone who sees a mountain lion should not approach it and avoid hiking or jogging in the area.
>> more than 2500 richmond residents enjoyed an early thanksgiving dinner saturday. richmond hilltop church saturday celebrated with a call every day of the day after thanksgiving. the annual event provides a traditional holiday meal from turkey and ham mashed potatoes and black-eyed peas. the meal also give those who attend the opportunity to share and the sense of community during the holidays. >> people are were in line this morning at 5:15. it's just a gesture of love and kindness. in addition, they get a full double pack of bags and groceries. they can have dinner with their families. >> more than 200 volunteers from around the bay area helped make this early thanksgiving celebration a reality. >> coming up on kron four news weekend, new allegations of rape against bill cosby. by the comedian is keeping
silent about those accusations. >> and the kitten abandoned in a colorado snow. how a good samaritan save his life. >> and here's a live look outside. we are taking -- waking up to some high clouds this morning but more details on the rain headed this way. for over 60,000 california foster children the holidays can be an especially difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything.
>> well, less than two weeks away from black friday. christina explains how retailers are planning to get you to spend your hard earned dollars. >> reporter: with thanksgiving around the corner, retailers are gearing up for a battle. and here's why. stores can make up to 40 percent of their annual profits in just the last six weeks of the year. but there's a problem these days. the shopping holiday season isn't what it once was.
in 2004, sales grew nearly 7 percent. in 2013, the sales increase was less than half that. this year retailers have a little bit of unique opportunity. low gas prices. people have a little extra spending money. so with billions of dollars at stake, there's a few strategies at brick-and-mortar stores to get a piece of the action. one, retailers are rolling out promotions early. more people are shopping in november before black friday, so names like are promoting pre- black friday sales. kmart and radioshack are opening stores on thanksgiving morning. two, minimize wait times. stores are increasing staff and mobile checkouts. the fact is, shoppers are more valuable than ever before, so stores are really working hard to keep the happy. three, focus on online sales. researcher npd group says 60 percent of consumers plan to
shop online this year, so expect more special online and mobile deals and fewer shipping fees. but at the end of the day, these tactics can only go so far. ultimately, what people spend and where they spend it comes down to a feeling, how they feel about their jobs, the economy, and how much money is in their pocket. in new york, i'm christina alessi. >> one mall is forcing its stores to open on thanksgiving. mall management told them it's mandatory to open at 6:00 p.m. when the rest of the mall opens. if they choose not to open on that holiday during the normal hours, they could be facing a fine. that's fine could run up to $20 for each hour they are not open. general manager of the mall has not yet responded to comment on this issue. straightahead, a woman declared dead comes back to life at a funeral home. we'll have that story coming up. >> and a live look outside. it's a bit breezy out there, especially in the oakland hills and north bay hills. more details on the changes
>> recapping some of our top stories this learning. islamic state militants claiming to have killed american hostage peter tasted. isis posted video and images on social media this morning that they say shows the beheaded remains of kassig. their planes are not being verified at this point, but a white house spokeswoman acknowledged the video and said the intelligence officers are working to determine its authenticity. isis threatened to kill him. he'd be the fifth hostage killed by the islamic state. >> and in the bay area, san francisco police investigating a deadly stabbing this morning. the attack happened in the tenderloin district near the corner of all feral and -- officers arrived to find a man lying on the sidewalk. the victim was taken to the
general hospital where he died from injuries. police have not yet identified the victims or have no suspect information at this time. >> police in walnut creek continue to investigate a hit-and-run that left a pedestrian with life-threatening injuries. accident happened just before 7:00 last night at the intersection of walnut avenue and hutchinson road near the ignacio canal trail. police said that -- a dark- colored suv struck the victim and the driver took off. officers say no other information on the driver or its vehicle was available. time to talk about the weather. changes in store. >> good morning. mild, calm conditions for the next couple days. but we do have wet weather back in the forecast as we head into next week. we do have some high clouds streaming in right now. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. santa rosa the chilly spot at 42. take a look at how mild it is. we've been getting a lot of pictures of the gorgeous sunrise around the bay area. this was actually e-mailed to
us. if you want to send me pictures, send me a tweet. we will be displaying these through the morning. future cast shows mostly sunny skies into the afternoon. temperatures in the 60s by lunchtime, and we could see a few low 70s develop by 3:00 this afternoon. let's get a closer look at those highs. 70, 72 for evergreen. lots of sunshine expected in the east bay. temperatures warmer than yesterday. richmond 67, 68 in vallejo, at least 60s in antioch. downtown san francisco high of 68. plenty of low 70s north of the golden gate bridge. would love this ridge of high pressure in place, but we do have some rain developing offshore. could bring a few isolated spindles to the north bay later this afternoon. for the most part, i think will maintain dry conditions until about wednesday and then we do have some changes on the horizon. what weather slated for wednesday through saturday so keep your
umbrellas handy. i think we'll see about a half- inch of rain. thunderstorms are a possibility. that said, temperatures will cool as we head into next weekend. >> thank you, erica. the system get to comply with the state law that requires the public institution to show how it spends its money. they had more than a year to report on how it spends money to educate undergraduate to graduate students. the disclosure was due by october 1st but so far they've submitted only a seven page preliminary report. state officials want the data so they can understand how much tuition they should be charging, what size of the roman should be, and also to provide transparency. >> and uc president janet napolitano is sticking by a proposal to raise tuition. she wants to raise that by up to 5 percent in the next five years. and this is despite the reception.
the governing board is scheduled to consider the fine here in san francisco on wednesday and thursday. >> for years rape allegations have haunted bill cosby. on saturday during an interview he went silent when the host brought up those accusations. more on cosby's lack of response. >> reporter: bill cosby, one of america's most popular tv dads, refused to comment on the latest allegations of rape that have been leveled against him. during an interview, cosby was notably silent when host scott simon brought the topic up. >> this question gives me no pleasure, mr. cosby, but there have been serious allegations raised about you in recent days. you're shaking your head no. i'm in the news business. i have to ask the question. do you have any response to those charges? shaking your head no.
there are people who love you that might like to hear from you about this. i want to give you the chance. all right. >> for nine years the iconic comedian has been accused of sexual assault by women who say they were the victims. one of them, barbara bowman, spoke out this week after the comedian or someone from his camp set out this tweet saying, go ahead mimi. >> i didn't talk about it much because no one was believing it. >> bowman says he started drugging and raping her. allegations cosby denies. early saturday she responded to the silent saying in part, i'm not surprised that bill cosby was speechless. he has met his maker. a simple shake of his head is the implication of a man whose heart is heavily burdened with shame. the tweet that set the imminent and critics on fire has since been deleted. i'm mary maloney reporting.
>> bill cosby was scheduled to appear on wednesday's late show with david letterman. cbs released a. >> saturday saying that cosby has now been replaced on that show by television personality regis philbin. >> a kitten found in denver nearly frozen in the snow is spared one of its nine lives thanks to a good samaritan. marshall's the lender has the details. >> i was convinced the cat was dead. >> initially, her temperature was not even registering on the thermometer. >> she was gasping for air. >> hard to believe this cat is life for you found and cold this morning by a friend of allison baker. >> i think if she'd been out another half-hour, there's no way she would've made it. >> after about 45 minutes, her temperature still was not registering on the thermometer so she was still below 90 degrees. >> mortgage schneider love the drama team wrapping the cap and this warm blanket known as a bear hug her and giving her kitten mittens. >> we put booties on her and had
a hair dryer. >> the team trying to get her temperature back to 101.5. >> the most recent temperature was 102. >> this once frozen kitten may have lost one of her lives but picked up one new name which she probably won't let go. >> also. we figured that would be a nice theme of being from the frozen movie but also since she, obviously, has a fighting spirit. >> what an appropriate name. >> totally. i'd love to take that little kitten home. it's the cutest thing. >> it be interesting to find out how many people have tried to get the adoption going. >> i'm sure she has many forever family applications. >> we'll be right back. first, let's take a live look outside approaching the richmond bridge. not much traffic early this sunday morning. we'll be right back.
dr. phil is usual pulling punches with her interview sharing pictures of her and the offender in public. the man was recently released from jail after serving time for molesting her older daughter. here's a preview of the interview. >> my kids don't go anywhere without me 24 hours a day. >> so i'm going to go see a sexual predator and take my kids. >> dr. phil's interview was on monday at 4:00 right here on kron 4. >> and 91-year-old polish woman had doctors scratching their heads after she came back to life in a funeral home. earlier this month of the woman's family called the doctor when she noticed she wasn't breathing. the doctor checked the woman's while signs and found nothing. he filled out a death certificate and she was taken to a nearby funeral home. around midnight that woman woke up in cold storage. the woman is now home safe but police are investigating.
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from life threatening çinjuries this morning after being a fáçpickup truck. san francisco -- the woman wa3 r hit shortly before 6:00 t(i]ok yesterdpd vening at 25th ççç25th and utah street. police s ay the woman was in the crosswalk ñrat t(the fátime. the truck hit ñrher while turn and as ñrofó police ymhave not said whether qor not the driver has been t(cited. and crews are ñrworking to 1e repair 2 w3zvbroken water mains in mx8 napa this morning. the 1st break ñrwas xdreport on november 8th and the 2 2nd happened zvjust on friday at the intersection of myhighway 12 fáand 29. city officials don't expect the work to w3be ñrfinished úeuntil next friday. they çsay customers ñrwill have low water pressure ñri]until the repairs w3jfhave w3been finished. they damaged i]by the earthquake that hit ñri]qit w3xdñr
health exchange as part of the xd3 affordable care act. in s he ko1st year about ç1.3 á million californiaians enrolled ç in the program. the nuaaer u!increased qñrfor ñrnext year. 4-ç they host and about t(i]t( improvements in ñrcql=i9ia ñrñri] year. you're alwqy" going qi]to have bumps in the road t(and translation related s çto this. it's out there. >> enrollment in california lasts for 3 months çóthis year rather than the previous years 6 6 i]k@c÷ñrmonths the enrollment weekend police department across the country are preparing t(for the verdict qin q l ferguson missouri shooting case. details on that coming up. and our c'political w3analysts
michael ñryoung joins us this ok morning to talk about the latest on xdpresident obama and climateúçchange. >> çz?c outside, you can see traffic is ks lcj% very ñrlight çon this çsunday çç morning i]than a few high clouds t out there. and enjoy ñrak before some çñrrain t(comes this way. ñr here's something fun to do with hot dogs. make easy crescent dogs. pillsbury crescent rolls. ♪ make dinner pop.♪
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8:12, we're back on krjd news weeéb time to talk about weather and changes in t(store. >> v:good morning, marty, we'll a')ç see a little bit trend over ñrthe next couple of days, fáeyond that we're looking at the possibility f wet weather. right now high ñrclouds out ruling s ut a factor wha( we've been dealing with for ñ few mornings. temperatures in the ko40s and ym
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yearxd. later on today kowe could t%fk "a of the golden gate bridge this is to clover dale. storm no. 2 heads our way wednesday i]we're talking about widesprwad, to heavy rain could see a half inch qof a that system we do have more wet weather on the way as we head into çnext weekend. so you'll w around m unsettled weather begins on wednesday with a possibility of fá thunderstorms keep that in mind and get your umbrella ñroutlooks like we're i]dealing with several opportunities to wet weather s !q we transition into next weekend. guys. >> thank you so ñrmuch. well it was very xdçóbusy week for president obama teen 20 summit. >> he signed a xdhistoric agreement with chkn let's ñrstart by talking ñgoçñrabout
concerned çabout it and this is the way of trying to get some kobalance back at it, but all and all what this is going ñrto do, the 1 thing i]you ñr can count on to ñrunit the united states congress and whenever something like thishrcomes out t( will -9get everything çw3ñrhe s çxdwants rzv) ç> it's unfortunate zvbecause xdçóit's a b reminder i]1 of xds his very terrible hard fault conflict in the world and how involved the u.s. is whether they t(want to be in it or i]not. 2ndly, it comes on the heels of whether it was a ver2 visit by the president i]and oa ng v:some significant pjchanges in q >> let's xdtalk about the t(summit ççç that qjust occurred where the president did sign qthis historic agreement with chin changer. >> it's a game changer çfor 2
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color colors.v:ok >> w3i live here. you've got to try i]it once more you can say that. i think if you give t(it a try you can enjoy it. it's really i]a great one thing lookq the jfçñrnext, qqt(the colors change, day-to-day check it out. >> you don't have zvto wait until you get visitors from out of town. >> you don't have to wait until you get visitors from out of d8 town. they do all sorts of things from parties ñrthey'll be on the train that type of thing, you can go to s çlunch and dinner, you get more daylight hours. >> that's right. >> that's fantastic. tell us what you found t(in your q trip. >> çokay. serious tasters if you want to w3 taste walking in ñrdowntown napa is a great way to çñrq%o because you have access to so many wineries, close to 3 dozen rg that downtown napa area.
>> çadd les of v:them. pick and choose, wander, you don't have to plan. you can wander down the neighborhood and stop in store front which is nice because you're guaranteed to find something new. >> ( >> çif you're a serious áñtaster and that's what your day or weekend is w3going to ñrbe about napa ççhas ñrñrmygreat thing called the ñrñr tasting card. it's a great money saving option ñrif tht.s your sole purpose. >> what kind of discounts. it will give you access to ñra t(ñr dozen ñr:dañtasting rooms. >> literally çyou i]can buy it on line. you can pick it up there e t(are c'koi] numerous placr#v n- it's good for zva year. for a calendar year, ymw3if you off ñrto a buddy. >> so many t(gift çcards that you get are not transferable and you have ñrj3to v:use it within a
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very ymw3easily accessible. thre's plenty of parking ñ for cars and enjoy things. >> i can't think ñrof a better way to t(spend the weekend. >> it's a very nice relaxing way to spend the weekend/dwhich u÷ about this time of year. s >> you know, you need a little ñr escape çfrom cthat hustle and bus sell. this will get you there. ?al if you v:need to do some shopping, go ahead çñryou can do some shopping this is a ?jt different k+ wine countrynb. >> that's the advantage to go into a place lik]@ owntown napa valley çnow. these colors you're ñhrnot going to see. it's u!beautiful in the summer when the grapes are hanging from t(the vines i]and all of xdthat. even xdnow q%you still have that kind of aroma ñdçqin ñri] it's s çv:ñrstill theru.d
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have thanksgiving dinner ñrwith their çófamily. >> more than 200 volunteers from around the bay area helps ãmhke early thanksgiving xd celebration take place. >> and 7@ñin management told them it's mandatory ymto open at 6:00 ñrp.m. when the rest of xdthe mall opens m[x in a ñrtown east of ñrbuffalo and it's if they choose not p during the u!mall's normal hours, they can fa! that fine can be up $200 for every hour they're not open. the general managepas 0 ot yet responded to fácomments çóon this issue. >> coming up, we'll have the latest information for fatal stabbing over night. >> and ñryou can now enroll çin california for next i]year, okw3what changes, though, qcan you t(expect ñr to see on ñrkothe health insurance exchange web site. cn us in the studio to talk i]ñrabout immigration and the $xrqv:uj.t pipeline.
coming up on kron4 news weekend the latest xdclaims by isis militants hat e t(they have killed another american. >> and car crashes into a power pole u!w3knocking out power qñrfrom i] many residents in esan francisco. south san francisco this morning. >> it v:is a little breezy, '>d we're fog ñrfree, details on your weekend forecast coming up. zv happy sunday everyone, not as t(much s og out v:there. here is erica with your forecast. >> +ñgood çmorning, yeah, we don't we do have some high clouds.
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>> san ñrfrancisco qpolice are investigating a xdfatal stabbing this morning. the attack happened in l q% around 8:30 last night. officers arrived to find çt(a man ux lying on the sidewalk. witnesses tell him that paramedics performed cpr before i] tz hospital where çhe died with injuries. police ñrhave not u!identified his victim and have no suspect information at this time. new this xdmorning kirña run in napa qcounty has q%resulted in "o"a fatality. officers res morning so a (ujcrash on highway 29. and according to chp the tiq%5 died at the hospital, no details ñrhave been released about ther?tvictim. we'll "ñwñymkeep you qposted with more information. and that hit-and-run did close highway 29 okin both directions between myw3hobbs lane and robert ñrsteven son state park. there's no accident at the time çv: of ñrwhen the roadway will reopen ç as police t(are still v:çó investigating ñrs hat accident.
>> police at walnut creek will continue to investigate a hit-&and-run that left i]pedestrian wit çlife threatening koinjuries. the okaccident t(happened just before 7:00 last night at the intersection of wbfgut avenue that's near the canal trail. police say a dark colored suv struck the victim and then took off. officers say no other information on the u9bodriver or vehicle was available. threatening injuries after being hit by a pickup truck t(in san francisco's hill neighborhood. the woman was hit shortly befk ç6:00 last night on u!the 25th at utah ñrstreet. police say qthe woman was in a crosswalk at ñrthe time. the truck hit her as it was ñr making a left turn. as lther or not that driver been ñrcited. crews are w3working to repair 2 broken ñrwater mains in napa this morning. on november i]8th alongside kobrown valley ñr-9oad and w3qñrthe 2nd happened çon friday. city officia[# on't expect the work ñrto be finished xduntil u!next
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until tuesday ñrw3that's when we turn the corner and that's where we have ñrwet ñrweather into the qforecast. >> thank you. well president obama xdreturning f&i from the g20 -- çteen xd20 qñrqñrsummit ñrqi] later today. he çear r>to domestic issues. those include the keystone i] pipeline,@ñáthe top of that list joining us now ms:hpolitical analyst michael young. thanks for çjoining ñrus once again. president obama ñrexpected v:to unvail. >> ?kiqqt(what can we ñrexpect. >> w3all communications is going to be before tagksgiving> if he dm s rit this week, it's going to be immensely important i'm ñrbasically emancipation proclamation equivalent. i'll tell you why, the message proclamation did not give african-americans didn't give them the right o÷ñto vote and took acts of congress ñrñrand amendment to t(ñrt(the constitution.
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is december 7th. so call anthem today at 1-844-331-7996 to learn more or to schedule an in-person meeting. ibwzwe've been enjoying çsome great sunny weather here in the bay area over the past couple nb of days. erica says that's gone to change. >> 1st opportunity for rain back in ze forecast, looks like wednesday for most of us. we could see a few sprinkles in the north later v:on [ñtoday. but again looks too likely> i think you'll have to ççqhmbe closer to riverdale to get some moisture. here @s a live look, you can see it ñrshaking around wind gusts clocking at 24 miles çap hour u!at the i]elevation. temperatures finally starting to warm here, widespread 50a : for most of us. san francisco. fgd as we head into the afternoon we're going to see a temperatures ranging d8from çthe
mid-60s coastline to zvokthe upper xd 60s inland. i'll talk about how much rain we're expecting with this next t( system u!coming up in 15 xdminutes. thousandshrof dollars worth koof artificial turf was stolen from a a hurch i]in hayward. >> the pastor and some gravel is all that's left after generous donation d8was taken away. >> went in to the office, forgot something in my car came back out and ñrlooked over here and said wait a xdminute something is wrong here. >> earlier they discovered fá newly installed artificial graph had been stolen. it happened in pla outside the entrance. they i]saw me out here, w3oh, what is this. i can't ózkbelieve it, somebody stole something from the church. >> after he w3) it was silent there for a few 2
2nd and 6ó. said, i]uxey took them. >> what. >> ñrwell over 600 pounds of artificial turf on the church ç property there were too xdmuch for the thief or thieves to handle. >> exactly ñrthe same stuff. >> the rest of the turf is still intact along the different =,1wall of the church enough to tiu thent/ >> with the horrible 49ers had at the new stadium maybe they w3 had it picked up. >> çbut not everyone is so amused. >> çi'm i]still working okon the journey of the çcheek thing because -- if i find him i would like want to bend interested in xdseeing ymthe5!$k thieves he would zvlike an opportunity to kp can jú.÷t(help. reporting in çokhayward, 4 news. >> america's top military leaders on i]the ground in r÷7iraq r>]i this morning general martin i] this as the u.s. prepares to expand the -- fighting isis on
the ground. this is the 1st trip to iraq since president obama u!ordered noncombat american forces back to çr>that country. he is on his way back to the u.s. wrapping up nbthat 90day trip to çasia and australia. mr. obama w3spending çwd at the jean çó20 summit. world leaders w3disces"ing ñra issues the president is returning to w3washington where he's scheduled to &@w÷be back at the white house ymjust before midnight. >> the okremoval of malaysia flight 17 in eastern uk+aine has begun> safety board made xdxdan announcement on the w3web t(site today qand the wreckage mywill be transported back ñrto netherlands as part of xdthe investigation into the ñrçcause of the crash. the xdremoval operation suspected to take q 17 qcrashed on july 17th and ok most of the passengers were dutch. all 298 passengers and crew on oq board were killed. a surgeon diagnosed with the deadly ebola virus arrived
in omaha. he contracted ebola while working. dr. martin is married to an ómerican and is ñrqyma permanent resident of the u.s. but çhe was working with home c/ 4ry. he was fo8carrying for w3him on west africa say u!x qtzoit is doctor is critically hill. he is in good hands here. the çnebraska medical center has >back .< san jose man t(is behind bars for i] sending iídreatening xdw3letters to strangers because of the race i] and sexual orientation. authorities say the 52-year-old man oksent death threats qan bullets to as many as 16 people. copies of the cm2vletters were sometimes sent to ñrrelatives or coworkers ñrof the victims. prosecutors say they don't yet w3 know how this man xdchose the target. his ym1st court appearance is r scheduled for tomorrow. mountain i]ñr;n saturday. accorigg to koqsheriff's departments kot@e!lion okwas seen
around 7:30 last çnight that's west u!of redwood city. officials warn that anyone who ñr sees ça w3myxdmountain lion somehow not approach ñrit. >>ore zvthan 2500 richmond. the hill çtop church celebrated what they call myevery day is t(béa úol1ñrw3u+ day of thanksgiving. the annual providing a traditional holiday meal from t(ú mash poioes and içóñrblack s çw3qeyed peas. >> around in g#the morning u!at 5:15. so ñrit's just a jet tour o ñrlove and qkindness to deal ñrwith xdq%our t( fellow u!man. they'll have thanksgivieg dinner ñrwith their xdfamilies. >> more than 200 volunteers from ñraround the bay area helped
make this ñrearly thanks smçd friday"l security is getting ready for the floods of customers in order to w3avoid ruining the holiday w3spirit ñrsun hs? is shoppers xdare i]inside mythe mall. >> don't p they're visible. that's áwhere problems occur. >> çhe says crime xdqat çshopping centers tends to be crime okof opportunity. he says to put anything zvqyou ñrbuy not to leave them in plain site. >> and still ahead for you on kron4 news weekend. snow hitting much of t(the midwest ó latest video. >> çs ew allegations of rape against bill cosby ñrwhy the
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so call anthem today at 1-844-331-7996 to learn more or to schedule an in-person meeting. welcome back for years rape allegations have haunted actor and comedian. on saturday during an okinterview xd he went silent when the host brought up those koallegations marry maloney has more on the ko lack of response. >> bill cosby1 of w3xdw3amer;f+'s most popular xdtv dads refused to comment on çthe latest allegations of rape that have been ñrleveled p,é)nd0vñhim. during z--ó8an u!interview he went xd notably silent band hopes scott simon brought the topic. >> up. >> the t(topic gives me no pleasure, there have ÷been i] serious allegations raised about you. you're ñrshaking ñryour head no.
>> i'm in the news business i have to ask the question. do you have ank response ñrto those charges? you're çshaking your head no. there are people who love you who might like to w3hear sm;ñrfrom you about this and want ñrto give çóyou the chance. all right. >> for 9 years the iconic comedian has been accused of sexual assault by women who sei] they were the victims. one of them barbara bowman spoke out this week xdafter the comedian ñror m¢someone sent]out >> i didn't talk aboutúmuch because nobody z believing it. >> when she was ko18-year-olds he started drugging jk>handrailing her. allegatu early saturday çhe responded to the silence saying in part, i'm not [usprised yjis hat bill ñrcosby was speechless. he ñrhas made his maker a simple sake of the t(whose :gheart is
heavily burdened with shame. the tweet that set the t(internet có and critics on fire has since been deleted. i'm marry maloney reporting. >> and just into the kron4 newsroom although he's not saying anything about the allegations this morning his lawyer released a statement. it reads "over the last several weeks dead kid fçold discredited allegations against mr. ñrg:8v ç%e5ñr have resurfaced the fact that they are being repeated does not ñrmake u!them true" he does not -- he would like to thank all of his fans out pouring of support and assure them at i]age 77 t(he's xdñrdoing his best. there will be no further ñrñ$úi] 9:42 we'll be back more ç with much more. stay with us. t(
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txde)kññri]. the national 7sñweather service. pretty windy today. wind xdgusts up to 25 miles per ñr hour into the oakland hills. úhigh clouds and xdwarmer weather ñr as vxqwe head into monday and tuesday, wet weather back in the forecast by wednesday, we could see a half inch with that ñr system and mylooks like unsettled weather at least chance continuing ççon into next ñr weekend. >> twe need therein. thank you erica. in ñryvjmexico teachers ha )xdset (m in the handling of çthe case of 43 missing students. it is çthese teachers who have been conducting xdthe more violent protest we've been seeing çburning t(cars and buildings leading o the shutdown bkoof w3w3city hall. are sanreports. >> r81they're known for :á. of t( the most explosive xd demonstrations. the fire department has just arrived bu #koguess what, not tam÷ only are the burning but
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>> they don't plan to go anywhere until the students are found even raising w3their own flag ñrt(in ymthe city square. >> he says xdthe flag úpvsaol ñr of u!their bñrfight okdon't tmistake their kindness in the camp. ,> koprotesters taking it to ça different level. >> t(çóthey vowed0ótñymmake t(the government h:uqg ñrto qth demands. mexico. >> and u!if you're planning to visit mexico you might want ymto q% take xdi]some t(extra u!cash. the company started -- the country started charging towards to cross the border ñr anyone who wants
foot through the crossings are being charged but mexican officials scy@ççthe fee could u! soon be extended to vehicle lanes at those stops 5 f÷as well. i]; xdwe'll have update on ñrtop stories ñcoming up for you next on krof4 news. >> here is a live look outside and io breezy çconditions out çthere, but some rain is on the way.
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social media that say they show the ñ,beheaded remains of![asich and myother captives their claims could not be fáimmediately verified but a i]white house spokeswoman acknowledges the video and says hat intelligent ok officials are working to i] determine its authenticity. kasich would be i]the 5th western ñr 0 stretch killed. >> wback in the xdbay area over 150 residents are waking up without power this jsbzmorning after car crashes w3into a power pole you see here ymçñrlanding on someone's w3kofront i]yard. it ééhappened :8ecznear çpalm way. officers say 20,iear-old uan !n lopez ímuwas speeding down 'd>)the street loss control of his car and then 0 yj7ecrashed pole. lopez tr scene of the accident but was caugauitdya short w3distanc y l÷away. officers determined kothat çlopez was under the influence of alcohol at the çtime of %b crash, pg&e power and repairs asu expected to be qcomplete by this afternoon. police in walnut w3creek are continuing to investigate a hit- and-run that left pedestrian t( with life threatening injuries.
the accident happenáç ust before 7:00 last night at ñrqmyçóthe income of walnut avenue çand canal trail. police a dark colored suv struck the victim and çótdbg xdtook off. officers say that zvno other information on the driver ñror vehicle was çóavailable. quick look at your t(certain day around the bay çforecast we t% areçexpecting frost for some of ñr the inland vallies over night, a pretty chilly conditions waking çup ñrmonday nbi]morning but the afternoons t(look [pretty clear, dry, lots of sup shine for the unext couple of days and then c'wet ymweather bacc and ok forecast by wednesday and we'll tk continue with ; into the weekend. >> looking ahead to the big games, s ain. doesn't matter, it's going to be it. >> that's u!u!it for us. thanks ñrqfor joining us. >> we'll see ñryou again here qú4kdv concord news this evening or otj ymconcord news tomorrow morning starting ñrat 4:00 a.m. have a zvgreat day everyo&c
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