tv KRON 4 News Weekend KRON November 7, 2015 7:00am-10:01am PST
. a chilly start. i am will tran. dave is here with what you need to know before you leave the house. >> it is going to go cold. >> cold hands. cold feet. >> good lord. >> we will go with that. and assume you are right. >> it will be wet tomorrow too, right. >> you got that right. this is a saga taking us into monday morning, too. >> we need the rain and today, the good news is, what ever you have to do. it looks like the timing is awesome and gives you a great saturday. high clouds on the shot of the
golden gate bridge and starting out with the sunny start. that will be the case true most of the day and high clouds will be building up in the north bay. 30s to be found. santa rosa, you can see there. and antioch. and vallejo, 39 and napa at 33. >> checking in with san francisco and many other locations resist in the 40s. san francisco downtown, this is what you expect. we will not get into the 70s. here is the break down for what you expect today. for planning purposes. 39 for the inland valley and already up to 63. after we get the high temperature and down to about 64. come about 5:00 again. and some of the high clouds in the north bay. we will piece this together and let you know how the day, weekend. and early next weekend shapes up. >> if you are looking for something to do with the family. we got you covered. it is discovery day and it is a
giant science fair with interactive experiments for the entire family. >> avery harper is live in the ballpark to show us what is going on and give us details. >> good morning, avery. >> good morning, well, i am here at at&t park and nothing to do with the san francisco giants. it is all about science today. it will be lots of hands on science activities and the stadium is filled to the rafters with hands on science activities for you and your family to partake today. it end today and before it is over. there is lots of stuff for you to to inside. it starts at 10:00 and i will be inside to give you a sneak peek of all the hands on activities and the best part is that it is all free. in 30 minutes, we will be inside and start showing you this. and experiments that you can take part in. >> thank you. >> you had me at three. we last brought you on kron 4 news at 11. another inmate has tide in a
bay area jail. here is what we know. it happened in the martinez detention facility. the contra costa facility said the inmate was not moving. we don't know yet the cause of the keith. recently, there is treatment over the -- there is concern over the treatment of prisoners. >> an investigation determined the prisoner was beaten. three santa clara deputies were charged with murder in that case. then in september, another inmate was found dead in his cell. no foul play is expected in that case. >> just two months ago or last month, two former sonoma county jail inmates filed lawsuits against the deputies. they claim they beat more than 20 inmates. >> we are following the latest out of merced and they held a vigil. they are carrying candles. very somber event.
on wednesday, a student stabbed four people before he was shot and killed by campus police officers. all of the victims expected to survive. this is the attacker. >> he went to high school in santa clara. and this is a yearbook picture of him. muhammed had a manifesto with him at the time which expressed anger of being kicked out of a school study group. >> . it is devastating to be in the lawsuit and to be there. this father with a child with autism has a lawsuit against them. neighbors allege the 11-year-old boy is a public nuisance who hurts other children. they shared this with justine waldman and this is taking away time for him caring for his
child. >> reporter: swimming is one of the therapies they gave their son with ought tim. their life is dedicated to providing him with what they call the gold standard of care. >> we have always been very supportive and very supportive and careful parents. it is unimagable that we are -- unimagine inable that we are in a lawsuit like this. >> they were living there for seven years. former neighbors served them with the lawsuit claiming their son attacked others and his behavior disrupted the community. they wanted him declared a public nuisance. >> people there had suddenly become antagonistic toward our family and child. we felt very betrayed about that. it claims he hit, kicked and slapped children on the quiet
cul de sac. >> they told them that people there did not feel safe. >> a lot of kids were scared because of things that happened. >> this case is really about very minor incidents that are greatly exaggerated. it really lacks any merit. >> they leaf hair home because of all the tension and would move back if the case gets dismissed. the family's attorneys worry it could set a poor precedent that is the fear with lawsuits like this. it stigmatizes individuals with autism and creates this paranoia and fear that could be very, very dangerous and trying to make strides for him and for ak tans -- acceptance. they are seeking a specific amount of money for the harm they caused their families. it will go to a judicial settlement conference next month. the hope? it gets settled before it heads
to court. coming up. the health over artificial turf and what could cause your child if he plays high school football. then, airport security could take even longer to get through. we will tell you what mate be different the next time you fly. >> next, for your health, half of all pregnant woman are gaining too much weight. what future moms need to know. >
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the baby will be born very small. limit the intake of sugary drinks. it might contribute to heart failure. it is published in the medical journal and found that men that drank two sweetened beverages per day had a higher risk of having heart failure. they follow the habits of men over 12 years. they do not necessarily apply to younger age groups, women or certain ethnic groups. major concerns over artificial turf. >> problems that could be hazardous to your high school athlete's health. >> look outside at the bay bridge toll plaza. enjoy the sunny conditions. chilly start. rain is coming our way into tonight and tomorrow. if you are looking for something to do. we will help you out. this is what is happening. >> san francisco, my two favorite things. treasure island starting at 8:00 in the morning and goes to
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. welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. lack at tahoe. let it snow. let it snow. >> decent amount of snow and dave, i know you are tracking the situation: more snow. >> there may be more advisories and stuff they are still talking about. monday is when the big hit will hp. it doesn't look like the last guy was and we will take him. that is the good stuff and that's like a bank account. >> a savings account. >> never thought about snow and back account. >> -- bank account. >> like to say it is
investment. it is because of us and instability in the atmosphere. couple of claps of thunder. and san mateo bridge and high clouds will be the story for today. we will call it sunny and temperatures on the board. got some 30s still hanging on. and we have got 30s. you can see. and santa rosa 36 and east bay holding on to 40. >> pleasant ton, 48 -- pleasanton 44. and this is as the system drops from the north. you will see the high clouds in the evening hours and starts to spread out to the east bay and south bay and that's how the pattern will be following that general geography. >> by noon, look at how quick the warm up is. >> 70s. on our doorstep. >> warming up at 3:00. >> quick cool down happening. >> it is the front that is not
too far away. >> as early as perhaps before dawn, you will get pitter patter in the north bay before it starts to spread out. >> the break down, we get to 68 or so by 2:00 p.m. then the drop off into the 60s and and it is happening by eight. what is doing this to us. >> it is up in alaska. and this is the front line. high clouds. building in the north bay. >> late in the afternoon. >> then we get first showers happening over night and sunday morning. spreading out throughout the day and during the day of sunday. here is where they are. >> on the east shoreline. this is a nice climb from the chilly morning. >> this is the far east bay. looking at numbers in the upper 60s. >> this is popping and after that, the rain is coming. on the other side of this. we may be talking about frost advisory stuff. >> that is in the morning
stuff. >> and something to look out for. >> i am not ready for it. >> all week. >> we have been bringing you stories about el nino. >> there is a high chance that the enhanced winter storm could fill up after four years of drought conditions. >> clifford finishes one of the late reservoirs this week to see how badly, the rain is needed. >> right now. we are on the edge of follow some lake. >> follow some is one of california ts largest reservoirs. it has a capacity of a million feet of water and then it normally reaches to right behind me with the edge of the gray rocks. >> right now. after four years of drought conditions. it is only at 15% of capacity and the short line is quarter of a mile off had the distance. >> follow some lake is just how bad the drought has gotten.
>> normally, water managers would intentionally lower the water level. >> after four year, there is already space. california could see above average moisture. and they are hoping it would be enough to fill reservoirs like follow some back up. it will increase out flow or contain the water for future dates. >> they are extremely heavy and reasoned to adjust the water level to prevent flooding. >> right nowch. we are dealing with the low reservoirs and fill those up as much as possible. >> knowing that the systems persist where they provide us. tremendous amount of preset. we have to maintain flood control as well. >> they are hoping for cold weather and lots of snow in the mountains. keep it throwing into the
reservoir through next summer. >> charles clifford. this is where you can find places to get sandbags and the best ways to fortify your roof before the heavy rains come our way. >> more bay area news. >> san francisco police reshow the mugshot where she is accused of hitting two boys. >> she was behind the wheel of the suv that hit two boys as they walked to school on wednesday morning. she is charged with four felony counts including driving under the influence. she is out on bail. >> $200,000 bail. they were seriously hurt and put your kid at risk for cancer. >> that is the concern if your kid is playing on artificial turf. >> jerry hill from san mateo said the crush to rubber is linked to ingredients that caused cancer. >> that would require schools
to consider nontoxic alternatives. and the rubber pops up on the turf and it runs and gets tackled and might accidentally be swallowed. we checked it out in san mateo and they installed back in 2008 and since then, they have not had any complaints from the players and senator hill, however, is trying to get the bill passed. >> trying to come up later in the broadcast. we have war year highlights. kaepernick talking and the royals: he named his pain by after a baseball team. that is later in the forecast. before you get to you. this is the richmond bridge. sunny conditions. get out there and enjoy sunshine. rain is headed our way. little bit of back up on the left side of the screen. no major problems. we will be right back. >> you know, if you are heading out there to enjoy the sunshine. let me give you something to
. the golden state warriors, off to their best start since they were the philadelphia warriors in 1960. they do it again. steph curry and company jump out to a four and a half point lead. nobody cares. there is a re. . green, talk about a good line. green had 12-points and nine rebounds. eight assists. and he is doing the thing.
3rd quarter. all of a sudden, the reserves let them get away. curry and company. he had 10 points. 8-3 pointers and nuggets cut it cowb to 10 -- cut it down to 10. >> he had 21 and they were going way. 119 to 104. we will say it again. best start since 1960. the philadelphia warriors. and now, it is 6-0. curry is averaging 30e points a game. all righty. it is time. on sunday, 105 kick at levi stadium. >> this is the 49ers and they are with atlanta. and, of course, nobody knows what to expect from gabbrt and it is kaepernick beveraging for the first time since 201. this is the first time he won't start a 49er game and first
time since being benched that he spoke. >> they said they were going to sit me. that wases extent of the conversation. bad decisions out of my control. i left it at that. i respect their authority. >> that, to me. that is selfish to put that on myself and take away from my teammates and take away from blame. i will support the teammates and everything they do: they have been good to me. >> all righty. >> review. >> the first start on sunday night. they are on the road with the steelers. and curry and the warriors. sunday night at nine. >> zobrist, he used to play for the as. he won a championship in kansas city and zobrist, the ultimate compliment today or the ultimate annoy wans for his son when he grows up. he and his wife welcome their
third child. naming him blaze royal zobrist. >> else retired but this all time great is going to be put out to stud. it will charge $200,000 per mating session. american pharaoh. if you get with him. it will cost you $200,000. so, let's say american pharaoh falls in love 200 times. that could be $40 million he makes. >> . live look outside at the golden gate bridge. chilly this sum morning. >> this is the 40th street block party and this is a swap meet along with food and live music. it is happening on the 40th street from 11:00 in the morning to four in the afternoon. free. >>
at the embarcadero. rain is headed our way in the next 24 hour. we wake up tomorrow. rain should be on the ground. all over us. >> little bit. it will be developing and have time to get going. >> a lot of rain or just a good enough to annoy us. >> i say annoy us. it is the weekend. they want to get out and enjoy. >> a little bit, perhaps. start off in the north bay and everybody else start to get involved in this. and you will start to see it in the terms of the high clouds. if you go to wine country. you will see it. >> that is my couch. >> i don't do anything on the weekend. >> i am mentioning, your couch will get high clouds and you may get wet tonight. this is the picture for you. temperatures are 42 for concord and antioch. they are the mild spots. you see the 30s. all over. and 42 going on for napa. and vallejo 42 as well.
>> around the bay shoreline. and it is a little buffer because of the bay. >> 50 for san francisco. speaking of which this the is break down. 61 by the noon hour. also at 2:00 p.m. falling into the 50s. already by about six. keep the northwest wind at favor to 10. >> break down for today after the chilly start. numbers we showed you in the 30s and 40s. we are talking. it is 60s across the board and into the evening hours and dropping back town to 57. still holding on to 64 as we are saying. >> it is putting it away. and what you can expect. >> will? >> dave, a boy is shot and killed in louisiana. now two police officers are charge the with murder. nick valencia explains why they opened fire on the car the kid was riding in. >> reporter: late last night two police officers taken into custody charge with killing a
6-year-old boy in marksville, louisiana. >> tonight, that badge is tarnished by the following two individuals. >> city police officers. are facing second degree murder charges in the death of jeremy martis tuesday night. they are facing attempt td murder charges. they were working secondary jobs as marshals. they were pursuing a vehicle driven by the boy's father. >> and when the chase stopped on a dead end street. >> that's where they opened fire. >> the 6-year-old was buckled in the front seat. >> jeremy, 6 years-old. >> and he didn't deserve to die like that. that's what is important. >> cnn affiliate said mart tis was hit five times in the head and chest. his father was critically injured. they say no gun was found in his car. >> circumstances surrounding the chase are unclear. >> i don't know what he was
thinking. why he wouldn't stop. >> the incident was captured on police body cameras. >> footage which is not released left state investigators shocked. >> i am not going to talk about it. i will tell you this. this is the most disturbing thing i have seen. i will leave it at that. nick valencia. cnn, atlanta. big news we are following. more than 100 people stuck in egypt this morning. they were left in the country after last weekend's deadly plane crash in the sign my peninsula. and sending special planes to egypt to pick up passengers. >> now, they revealed it was brought down by a bomb. >> the recordings picked up the sound of an explosion. they say. someone placed the bomb in the cargo hold. and it is a branch of isis that it carried out the attack. >> because of that bombing in
egypt. they will see tighter security measures. >> renee marsh will show us what we can expect moving forward. >> oversea assist airports with direct flights to the united states are preparing for increased security measures. >> jay johnson announced expanded screening of items going onto the care craft. >> travellers will likely see random searches. extra hand swabbing of passengers and more bomb-sniffing dogs. they will also assess security at select foreign airports. >> we talk about the shoe bomber. underwear bomber. cartridges. they were overseas and flights coming into the u.s. this is my perspective. where the concern is. >> uvmentd s officials stress, there are multiple layers of security to screen passengers before they get on a plane bound for the u.s.
>> including all of them against the terror watch list. >> vulnerabilities. still exist. >> the insider threat is a planer concern. >> it needs to be beefed up. >> what they need to do. and hire the individuals. >> they need to tip to vet them on a continuing base i say. >> if they go back bad. >> we coach that before it is too late. >> if that was an inner job. >> worldwide, they must zero in. >> with secure access. >> that was renee marsh reporting for us. >> three screeners at sfo have been arrested. they are accused of smuggling cocaine. joseph scott. michael castaneda and jessica scott. have been charged with drug smuggling charges. they would let a passenger go through and ignore the drugs when they showed up on the x-ray. they were caught during an
undercover operation by the dea. coming up, still going through all the halloween candy. we have a warning for parents. what one east bay area mom found in her candy bag. >> this is a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. beautiful sunny. and rain is headed our way. >> get out and enjoy today. >> we have things for you to do. tle it is the urban ethic festival. >> unique art for ceal for sale. and it is happening at the festival pavilion. until 6:30 tonight.
shows the three musketeer bar and the mother said her daughter was not hurt. good news there. the little girl went trick-or-treating in the neighborhood in concord. and they spoke with some in the area. and they say they can't believe anyone in the neighborhood would do something like that. >> i don't think anybody from this neighborhood would think about doing such horrible things. >> they have kids. and their kids grew up here. and these are all the mother does not want her name released. she wants everyone to go through the candy before they take a bite. this is the low pressure pressure system coming into town. colder air, too and we will bring claps of thunder and some hail to look out for. >> william? >> look outside. you can see postcard morning in
. it was a busy news week in the bay area and beyond. here is a look at some of the big stories we brought you right here on kron 4 news. >> this is minor flooding. there are several places here along monterey road. >> in tahoe they have seen the best snow day they have seen in years. >> there is slight delay in the implosion of peer three on the old bay bridge. >> new date for the implosion. >> saturday, november 14th. >> it is at this home in oakley. that pred door robert bates was supposed to be housed. now, after neighborhood opposition, the owner of the property has decided not to rent the place to bates.
>> they said. four people were stabbed and the suspect shot dead by police. >> two students were stabbed and one staff member and contractor. all the victim it is are expected to survive. >> in san francisco, two 12-year-old boys were struck in the crosswalk on their way to marina middle school. >> this is the plan behind the merced stabbings. they found detailed manifesto on the body of the suspect. in san francisco, recreational crab season is postponed indefinitely. it is because of a bad toxin that is discovered in the crabs off our coast. >> this is the restaurants where 200 people were sickened by the shigella bacteria. >> it has been scrubbed from top to bottom and all food stock is replaced. you can follow all the big news of the week as it happens
with the kron 4 mobile app. we have got you covered. bay area and beyond. here is a live look outside at the embarcadero. chilly start and this is what we have in store for tomorrow. >> it is going to be plan your sunday differently than your saturday as the situation will merit that. >> by the way, the mobile app will be handy. where is the rain going on. >> they love the mobile app. >> i do, too. >> the timing appears to be coming together as this evening. it is the cocktail hour. and then we get into the good stuff happening into tonight. with the shower activity starting to build and greeting you sunday morning. >> this is the north bay. >> we are starting things off at sfo and basically. a mostly sunny day. >> we had all the nightly cooling and we had a quick warm up. >> we have 30s and remember, this is still 7:00 hour. >> very interesting to see how
the numbers are and by the time we get to around 9:00 or so. >> we will do this with future cast four. we talked about it: it is going to start to develop. >> this takes us out to noon. and the afternoon hours and high clouds are starting to build. >> we have that into tonight and the first rain band gets themselves known and wet roads early for sunday as the first batch gets in here. there will be more yet to come and before we start to take a break. it looks like by sunday night. >> 64 by high noon. >> 68 going on 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. dropping back to the 50s. fairly quickly tonight. that is the southern proximity and the high clouds will take awhile to get down here. >> it is the line. frontal boundary. >> it is cold air at the surface and a loft. >> that is important to note. >> by monday morning we may have claps of thunder and issues of hail to look out for, too. >> this is more of a scattered
shower event rather than the embedded rain last monday. >> lower 60s cover the coast. and looks like 65. san mateo and redwood city at 66. seven-day forecast. it looks like by sunday. scattered cold showers to look out for and we mean scattered. it is another batch to look out for. this is monday morning. and in the wake of all of this. we are left with the dry air and maybe some frost to look out for. >> temperatures are slow to recover, too. >> this is the decision. >> the presidential candidates were in south carolina to make their pitch to voters. >> they shared their opinions. views and the first presidential candidates forum. mary maloney shows us some of the highlights. >> reporter: the candidates went one on one with rachel maddow and martin o'malley was first at bat. he addressed add number of
issues including climate change. >> i think we have made a big mistake as a party. when we mention climate change. we believe in science, and we rush to connect the dots. but it draws us in, all in a straight line to hill. >> next up, bernie sanders. he said he refusess to attack fellow candidate hillary clinton. >> i can't walk down the hallway in the nation tion capitol without people wanting me to beat up on hillary clinton. and i resist the and i resisted. >> round three, clinton. she was asked about those. including sanders who accuse her of being understand wall street's influence. >> anybody who thinks they can influence what i do doesn't know me very well. and they can look and see what i have said and done throughout my career. >> the candidates will fails off at the next democratic
debate. >> i am mary maloney reporting. >> saw that yesterday. good show. >> coming up after the break. two big franchises get rebooted and we will take a look at what is new in the theaters this week. . >> this is a live look outside from sfo's vantage point. >> chilly start and get out there and enjoy it. and if you get out there. it is the cling in berkeley. have a plant that is not doing well. >> this is the botanical gardens and experts will look at it. it is all the way to noon. we will be right back.
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. two huge franchises hit theaters. peanuts and james bond. jeremy ross has a preview in this week's now showing. >> reporter: good grief, charlie brown and beloved peanuts characters hit the screen had the movie. >> i will change who i am and become a winner. >> reporter: he tries to reinvent himself as a winner when a pretty new girl comes to town. >> she is not that pretty. >> she looked at me. >> it is not that often you get the opportunity to start over with a clean slate. >> can he go from zero to hero. the peanuts movie is rated g. latest james bond film is called spector. >> this is a secret organization. >> organization. >> and do you know what it is called? >> its name is spector. >> as they investigate, bond discovers a connection between himself and the leader of the
group. >> who links them all. >> much me. >> welcome james. >> what took you owe long. >> bg 13. i am jeremy ross. now showing as far as a the temperatures, here is how we are doing. we have chilly 30s up there. it is the new hourly updates in a few minutes. >> interesting how they fair. >> this is out to the east bay and oh, yeah, changes are coming. >> kron 4 news continues.
. a chilly start around the bay area with rain ahead in the forecast. i am will tran. dave is here with what you need to know. >> where? layer clothing. >> layers. you want to layer. >> tomorrow. rain jacket. >> . it is a spotty kind of thing. layers won't be so practical. >> you raised a good point. i messed it up. >> we still have the chilly 30s. >> new numbers come out as we speak. we may have 40s. 45 going on for antioch and fairfield is 41. >> vallejo 42. still kind of chilly and around the immediate bay shoreline.
and hayward at 47. look at the climate. >> holding on to 4:00 p.m. and lower 60s. and it is into the evening hours. >> what is going to drive all of this. it is with the lope system up towards the northwest. >> it note only means snow for the mountains. but provide instability. > s happening at the coast and by noon, we will go to the lower 60s. 57 returning to the coastal areas. and 60s. everywhere else the by about five. >> we will break it up. >> if you are looking for something to do. we got thank you covered. >> happening today. it is discovery day and it as giant science fair with interactive experiments for the family. >> avery harper is live to show us what is going on. >> are you inside yet, avery? >> i am inside. i am right by the big coke
bottle. this is the discovery museum and we have lots of activities. can you explain to us what kinds of things they can come and do at your section of at&t park. it is testing that kind of thing. ice exploration. it is beautiful. so kids want to come and touch it and see what it is about. then they can add food coloring. and rock salt and see what happens. >> can you show us what happens. when you do some of this stuff. >> there is already, put your finger there. >> and put it on there. >> rock salt lowers the temperature of the ice and then you want to try it yourself. >> put a little food coloring here. >> you can see exactly where they are. >> yes. >> so, it lowers the freezing temperatures of the ice. >> and it allows the water to start melting and these cool
structures to start forming. >> you can see it. see where the ice is melting. >> add some pink and see what happens there. >> kids get fascinated with what is going on and how they effect the experiment. >> they spend a long time and they are doing a lot of testing and experimenting. >> it is frozen in here. and explain what it is. and how it helps them discover different things about nature. >> sure, yes. >> the idea, this is really similar to a geologic formation. and kids see the goal and they want to get the, get the water. and get the cracks to go where they are. and gets them interested and invites them to explore further. >> these are massive and these are so heavy. you have four of them. and how much do these weigh and how long will it last? >> great questions and we are
very grateful and san francisco ice creates this one massive block and cuts it for us. and these will last all day. we will have children's -- children here. experimenting with the cool blocks of ice. >> they will explore with individual globes of ice, too. that we made by putting it into balloons and freezing it at home. >> thank you so much. >> it lasts from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. today. >> go down with your kids and family. and the thing thank you need to remember. >> this is all free. >> back to the city. >> good job. avery. >> breaking news. we first brought thank you on kron 4 news. >> another inmate has died in a bay area jail. >> here is what we know so far. it happened in the martinez facility. the contra costa sheriff's office said he was not found moving in his cell. we don't know yet the cause of the man's death. there is a concern over local
prisoners. >> back in august. >> he was found dead in his cell and the main jail and investigation determined prisoner was beaten three santa clara deputies and charged with that murder in that particular case. >> then this in september. another inmate found dead in his cell. no foul play is expected in that case. >> inmates filed a lawsuit against cretional dep pays -- correctional deputies. this is the stabbing on campus. last night they held a vigil, you can see a somber moment carrying candles. a student stabbed four people before he was shot and killed by police officers. and all the victims expected to survive. this is the attacker. they saw muhammed and he went to school in santa clara.
this is his yearbook picture. he had a man test foe with him which showed he was kicked out of a school study group. >> it is devastating. >> update on big news we have been following. a father with a son who has autism said his son felt forced the out of their sunnyvale home. they were served with a lawsuit. we first told thank you about the story last month. they allege the 11-year-old boy is a public nuisance who hurt other children. >> the father shared the story with justine waldman and all the energy fighting into the lawsuit is taking away time for him to care for his child. > >> reporter: swimming is one of the therapies they gave their 11-year-old son with autism. their life is dedicated to providing him with what they call the goal standard of care. >> we have always been very supportive. and very involved and very
careful parents. and it is unimaginable to us that we would be drag into a lawsuit like this. >> they sat down with kron 4 news to discuss the allegations after living in their sunnyvale home for seven years. former neighbors served them with the lawsuit claim being their son attacked others and their behavior disrupted the community. they wanted him declared a public nuisance. >> people there had suddenly become antagonistic toward our family and our child. we felt really betrayed about that. >> the boy hit, kicked. and slapped children on this quiet cul de sac. >> they have told kron 4, people there did not feel safe. >> a lot of kids were scared. because of things that had happened. >> this case is really about very minor incidents that are greatly exaggerated and really lacks any merit.
they left their home because of all the tension and would move back if the case gets dismissed. the family's attorneys worry they could set a poor precedent. >> that is the fear with lawsuits like this. it stag napa valley advertises and creates this paranoia and fear that could be very, very dangerous as we are trying to make strides through acceptance. they are seeking an unspecified amount of money for the harm their child has caused their families. the judge ordered them to go to a judicial conference next month. the hope is to settle this before it heads to court. >> concerns over artificial turf. >> the problems it could cause for your high school athlete. >> then, airport security could take longer to get through. >> what might be different the next time you fly: new health. >> half of all pregnant women
are gaining too much weight. what future moms need to know. that health isn't an industry. it's. so we do things differently. we combine care and coverage. and believe prevention is the most powerful of cures. so forgive us for not going with the flow. we just think the flow should go with us. which makes us rebels with one cause. your health.
. nearly half a monday and they gape too much weight while they are pregnant. >> that is a new study. and they say gaining too much weight can lead to obesity and other health problems for the mom and child. it can lead to dangerous complications during labor and delivery. >> third of women gain the recommended amount of weight. a fifth didn't dwayne enough weight which is a different problem. it is a problem. but a different problem. and in creases the risk the baby will be born very small. >> limb the intake of sugary drinks. it might contribute to heart failure. >> the study was published in the american journal. men who drank two sweeted
beverages a day had higher risk of having heart failure. >> they followed the habits of men over 12 years. they do not necessarily apply to younger age groups. women and certain ethnic groups. >> still ahead. >> major concerns about artificial turf. we will show you the problems with that and how it is hazardous to your child if he is playing a sport that involves artificial turf like soccer or football. >> this the bay bridge toll plaza. >> chilly, clear morning. get out and enjoy it. >> rain is headed our way. >> you have no plans for the weekend. it is cars and coffee and get across the bay bridge toll plaza. it is happening right now. >> from the 8:00 in the morning until 11. so the three hour window. we will be right back.
outside. let it snow. let it snow. >> i know it is early. people don't want to see christmas things in the store. >> i am singing let it snow. >> guys, we have some nature that is going to come and help you out here. >> it might be rearranging. >> i saw a guy there dressed like he was in the arctic. >> i am sure. it is 60 degrees. >> wrap. it is sunday and good for the mountains. we need it to keep up in the bank account and slow string melting. >> beautiful shot. >> you say rearranging. >> it is rearranging. >> it is the benefit the doubt. >> no show on the san mateo bridge. >> live look going on there for you. >> high clouds and make the appearance on the skies. building by late this afternoon. it is off near 41. 43 novato and after being in a
chilly start and pleasanton and warming up quickly in the east bay shoreline. we will see what the progress will be after daytime heating. quick warm up in the 60s: 70s. showing up as well. >> off to the east. >> daytime heating we will have. >> by 3:00. >> pencil in the thick clouds before they start to spread out into much of the bay area and down to the south. >> then tonight, we see the cool down happen. in the 60s and 50s. then pitter patter will happen in the overnight hours. >> maybe early. first light close to it. >> it is the front. and behind all of that. another dose to look out for. >> it is cold upstairs and cold at the surface. >> it is not producing the snow we are talking about. and instability to look out for. >> that is probable dwri. monday morning like we had last go ahead. >> gosh shall -- last go around
and this is more of a scattered shower event and more of the embedded rain and san francisco downtown. break down by 61. and 2:00 p.m. as well. >> falling in the 50s. by the evening hours. pghts northwest wind at five to 10. >> for the south bay temperatures today staying this the 60s. some 70s of the pop and sand at that clara. we will call it. >> sunday is the day we start with the cold showers spreading out in the general bay area. >> taking a lull. and firing back up. particularly for the monday morning commute with some thundershowers thrown in there. >> might have some frost talk next week. >> all week. we are bringing you the stories. about the el nino. >> this is a high hope. he enhanced. and could fill up the streams. and lakes. >> after foyer years of conditions. >> they visited one of state's largest reservoirs to see how badly the rain is needed for
us. . >> right now. >> on the edge of follow some lake which is east of sacramento. it is one of the largest reservoirs. and ha a capacity for 1 million feet of water. and this is off the edge of the gray rocks. right now. after four years of drought conditions, the reservoir is at 15% of capacity and the shore line is three quarters an of mile off in the distance. >> this is a prime example of how bad the drought has gotten. >> normally around this time of year. they would intentionally. lower the water's level to make room for incoming. rain melt. >> there is plenty of face. >> they are predicting. that they could see above average. >> and it will be hoping to partially filled vest certificate vast, back up. >> -- reservoirs.
and back up. and needed to increase out flow or be able to contain and conserve the water for future dates. >> on the off chance they are extremely heavy. >> they are prepared to acceptance just the water level to prevent flooding. >> we are dealing with the low reservoirs. we wants to fill those up as much as possible. >> knowing if the systems persist where they provide us. tremendous amount of preset. >> we have to maintain flood control as bell. >> it is lots of snow and the mountains and this is through next summer. >> at follow some lake. >> you can match all the record. > en and preparing for this. >> you can find places to get sandbags and fortify the roof before the heavy rains come our way. >> high school football. put your kid at risk for cancer. that is the concern if your child is playing on artificial turf. >> jerry hill from san mateo
said is the crushed rubber is linked to ingredients that cause cancer. >> this is the legislature effort that requires schools nontoxic calt ternives. the problem, if the rubber pops up. off the tirve when the player gets run or tackle runs, it might get swallowed. and we went to check out on the turf and at aragon high school and they installed it back in 2008. they have not had any complaints from the players. . coming up later in the broadcast. >> more denver highlights. kaepernick talking and ben zobrist of the world champion royals. he named his baby after a baseball team. little bit later in the newscast. >> this is a look outside the richmond bridge. chilly start and clear start. if you are heading out the door and looking for something to do. come in to san francisco. this is the reason why.
. golden state warriors since they were the philadelphia warriors in 1960. they to it again. talk about a good line. he had 12 points. nine rebounds and eight assists. and doing thinks thing. 3rd quarter. >> all of a sudden, the reserves let the lead get away. and he had 34 points. 10 assists and 8-3 pointers and they cut it down to 10. >> denver nuggets. they put back the starters and
harrison barnes. they had 21 and they were going away. 119 to 104. and we will say it again. >> best start since 1960. philadelphia warriors. and it is 6-0. >> curry is affirming 35-points per game. >> all righty. it is glenn time on sunday. 105 kick. and levi stadium and they are to atlanta. and, of course, nobody knows really what to expect from gab bert. >> it is the benching of kaepernick that had everyone talking. he will not start a 49er game and the first time since being benched kaepernick spoke. >> they said they were going to sit me. that was the extent of the conversation. that decision is out of my control. i left it at that. >> i respect their authority. >> that is, to me.
that is selfish to put that on myself and take away from my teammates. and i will support my teammates and everything they do. they have been good to me. >> all righty. and review, the first start on sunday night. with the steal steels. and -- steelers. and ben zobrist, used to play for the as. a lot of guys used to play for the as. he won a championship in kansas city and zobrist, the ultimate compliment today or the ultimate annoyance for his son when he grows up. zobristand their wife named him blaze royal zobrist.
we are live at at&t park. i will have all of that coming up next. . here is a live look outside at the golden gate. beautiful morning. chilly start. rain headed our way. and before the rain comes. how about you get outside and have some fun. it is the 40th street block party in oakland. >> enjoy the swap meet and it is happening on the 40th street until four in the afternoon. the event is free.
♪ ♪ it took the rockettes years to master the kick line. but only a few moves to master paying bills on chase.com technology designed for you. so you can easily master the way you bank. . if you are looking for something to do. it is discovery day at at&t park. it is a giant science father with interactive experiments and we are live inside at&t ballpark. last time you gave us a good show and tell. what is next. >> yes, we are going to learn
about buoyancy here and i am joined by christina. she is a bio chemist and we will learn about buoyancy. >> we will be building boats with continue foil and testing how many pennies or cargo they can hold in the water. >> this is to each teach kids about what makes things float. they are surrounded by water and boats. good activity to do that. >> good to learn about buoyancy. >> we have something i started here. >> this is my poor rendition of what a boat should look like. we will put this inside the water and you put them one by one. >> can i drop as many. >> we will see how many we can hold. >> great. >> so. >> i will put mine. >> i will put mine in counter clockwise. >> i don't know if that is any
sort. >> for putting the pennies in. talk about the shape of the boat and what does that do. >> so, a lot of the cargo boats are wide and flat. so, this helps them distribute the weight evenly and hold more. >> if thank you think about very, very fast boats. >> very, very fast boats are shaped more like these and they can cut through the water. >> great. >> oh, no. >> no. > >> so, i think i have lost. >> this is a good activity. yours is still floating. >> mine is still going. >> depending on the type of water. or cargo. you have different abilities to hold more or fewer things. >> this is one of the many activities that you can partake in here at at&t park. science projects and activities
going on and to monday. as we go forward. >> it is a chilly start and they are the temperatures for you. we graduated and most locations to the 40s now. and although. standing out there. you can see hayward at 50. they have checked into 40s territory and this is an example for richmond and for san francisco and the north bay. >> mid- to lower 40s. what is going to drive things. we have the frontal boundary that is the first thing to drop in. and this is the north bay. and late this afternoon and evening. it is over the general bay area. and before the pitter patter of rein starts to happen and in the north bay before spreading south to east. >> then we get a two punch happening up towards the north. when it drops south. and you feel things change. that will be in the monday morning. >> we will see a scattered showers event. >> 4:00 p.m. we will still hold at 67 dropping back down to the low
60s. it is fairly dry air still in place now. >> brake down by noon. 60s. everywhere and back to the coast. >> it is high clouds up to the north. >> 63 will do it both inland and at the bay. >> back to you, will. >> big news. >> more than 100 people stuck in egypt this morning. >> they were left in the country after the deadly plane crash in the sign my peninsula. >> sending special planess to pick up the passengers. and now the plane's black box has revealed that it was brat down by a bomb. >> vehiclers say the recording picked up the sound of an explosion. >> british intelligence, they say. someone placed the bomb in the cargo hold and branch of isis said it carried out the attack. >> because of that bombing in egypt. >> they are traveling oversees. and see tighter security measures. >> they show us what we can expect moving forwards.
. >> overseas airports was direct flights to the united states are preparing for increased security measures. >> jay johnson announced expanded screening of items going onto the aircraft. >> travellers will likely see random searches. >> extra hand swabbing of passengers and more bomb-sniffing dogs. >> they will also assess security at select foreign airports. >> this is the shoe bomber. >> underwear bomber. >> these all happened oversees. and they were coming into the u.s. >> that is my perspective. >> where the concern is. >> there are already multiple layers of security to screen passengers before they ever get on a plane bound for the u.s. including checking all passengers and crew again the u.s. terror watch list. but vulnerabilities still exist. the insider threat is a major concern. >> employees that need to be
stopped. and one of the things any need toe do. they hire the individuals and keep continuing to vet them on a recurring basis to make if they go bad as a time when they are an employee, we catch them before it is too late. >> if the downing of metro jet was an insider job. authorities worldwide must zero in on airport and airline workers with secure access. still going through halloween candy? >> what one mom found in her daughter's candy bag. >> before we get to that story. this is a live picture from san mateo bridge. >> if you need to cross east or westbound on the san mateo bridge. >> here is what is happening. >> this is in san francisco. crafts. food and drink. >> start in three hour it is from now and goes until 6:30 tonight.
. this story makes me mad. she found a needle in a piece of her halloween can't did i. it shows the three musketeer bar and the needle found inside of it. the mother said she was not hurt and the little girl went trick-or-treating in turtle creek neighborhood in concord. and as you can imagine, they cannot believe that this candy came from their neighborhood. >> i don't think anybody from the neighborhood would think about doing such a horrible thing. kids grew up here and these are all. you know. >> here is a live look outside.
of the embark deer row. you can see the postcard morning. lots to do this weekend. you are out already jogging or enjoying the weather. >> we will tell you about that. and if you wanted something to do. here is what is happening for the weekend. and this is san rafael. and it is music. lots going on at 50 canal street. starts at 4:00 in the afternoon until 9:00 tonight. we will be right back.
scheduled implosion of pier e three. new date is saturday. november 14th. >> this home is oakley that sexual predator robert bates was supposed to be housed. now, after neighborhood on session, the owner of the property has decided not to rent the place to bates. >> they said. four people were stabbed and the suspect shot dead by police: two students were stabbed. one staff member and all a contractor. all the victims are expected to survive. >> 2-12-year-old boys were sent to the hospital after they were struck in the crosswalk on the way to the middle school. >> this is the plan behind the uc merced stabbing. >> they found details on the body of muhammad. >> this is the recreational crab season that is postponed. it as deadly toxin that is detected in crabs off the
coast. >> in san jose, the restaurants where 200 people were sickened over the shigella bacteria has reopened. >> it is scrubbed top to bottom and all food stocks have been repleased. >> all all the big news. >> with the mobile app. we will need the mobile app too to track rein and see how things are for your plans. >> quick warm up we have had. >> it is almost 10 degrees sooner. >> there you see the 40s here. >> most readings are getting into the 40s and around the bay shoreline. it is 50s hayward at about 50. not too shabby. >> compliments of the daytime heating and more to come. >> now the rain business. we will go through it with future cast four. >> it will cover it. >> then in the afternoon. we will start to get high clouds in here and they fill up with the cloud cover by the
afternoon. overnight. >> up to the north bay. we see rain developing. >> maybe some wet roads. >> out and about very early tomorrow and more a scattered each as we go into the reminder of the day and before it picks back up monday. >> cold air behind it and both at the lock and surface. >> nice warm up. >> 60s on the board. >> may top off in the 70s and rainy and chilly. >> will? >> the holiday season is just about here. >> many of us will be hosting parties. >> let me know if you need me to tabbed your party. >> want to make it amazing. >> i will turnpike to kevin blum. anal he is there to tell us. >> and just talking. my favorite party is the one i go to. >> you can come to my party. >> i will wear my fedora. >> you will be
fera -- fedorable. >> it is a daunting task. >> you don't want to be known as the guy who throws a lousy party. >> say you have to host and dinner party. >> how about a personal chef that make as house call. >> you don't want to be picking up food at the supermarket and for $39 per person, that is as low as the price is. they cook a meal from anywhere for two to 12 people. it as three course dinner and they come. they take over the kitchen. they serve you and handle clean up. >> are they nice. >> i saw ratatouille. they are mean. >> no, they cure rate the chefs. they are all good chefs. they have a four and a half star rating on yelp. and these are really food seasonal menus. from salad, entree and stert. >> it starts off -- and
dessert. and it is a pan rosed half -- roasted chicken and dessert. >> this is what they make for you at your house. >> then you don't have to handle clean up. they take care of everything. >> good thing the microphone is not near my stomach. >> makes hosting an ago dinner or dinner part soiree. they have you covered. >> like i said. it starts at low as $39 per person. it is a great deal. >> yes. >> that is the next one. >> okay. will. >> say you have been tasked with hosting an office party. where are you going to go and throw the party. >> so, here is pure space. it is an on line market space and helps you choose a venue for your party. whether it is private birthday or bar mitzvah and they help you find the perfect space for
what ever you are looking to do. >> they partnered with a bunch of local businesses from art galleries to lofts and even mansions and yachts. and they will pick the perfect place for you. to host the next party. you can choose the website. or use their app and you can browse through the different venues. >> how much you can afford or how big you need. >> they customize it. it is an art gallery in sausalito and say you wanteded to do a charitable event. they wanteded to doe it for you. and boom, you are done. >> how much head's up do they want to give you. >> right away. >> it is the beauty of the on line world. >> some of the clies slices: it looks like a movie theater there. >> anything from private parties to office parties. they have got you covered. >> marriages. i love going to weddings.
>> best food. best entertainment. >> yes. >> so, november is the kickoff season to engagement season. when people start popping the question. >> they are obviously a lot of wedding planners out there and one of the best ones according to yelps is dreamers and heroes. >> they will help you plan how to pop the question. to your special somebody. >> they help you pop question. >> let's face it. we are not really planners. and they recognize that and they take care of that for you. >> there is a couple. brian and keva, he wanted to pop the question. and he took his special lady to a, the girl and staged something next door at the winery. >> it was closed that evening, the wedding planner. >> they staged it to look like it was open. and they went in. and staged a fake photo shoot
in there. and so they go in there. enenjoying a glass of weep and the filming crews are filming them and it is all about. he went on one knee. >> took out the ring and popped the question. it is all recorded and everything. >> i will need the question -- i will need them for gwen stefani when i pop the question. >> children's parties. >> serious business. >> you want to throw the perfect party and there is a company called they arery on top parties. they serve the greater bay area. and they will create the perfect little party for your perfect little person. they will do everything for creative decor and place settings and all that. and it is like legoland or star wars. and little princess tea party it is and frozen and all that good stuff.
>> set up and clean up. and write the thank you notes when it is over. >> they will write the thank you notes. >> they do all the parents. parents, they take the pictures and they are never in them. and you can be in the photos. >> it is cool. >> they handle everything. and it is two hours of for fun and game tion. >> they add small little touch us. >> it is a ride on a train. things like that. >> live butterflies. >> you are fedorable. >> i don't make a move without looking to kevin and yelp. >> we have the san francisco sfo and get out there and enjoy for the weekend. if you have a sick plant, go to berkeley. they will help you with your sick plant and tell you why it is sick and rehabilitate it. it starts at 9:00. >> all the way until noon. >> that is happening at the berkeley plant clinic. we will be right back.
. suzanne, you are an expert in distressed properties. >> there are many homeowners struggling with stressed situations. they have a property under water and been denied several times for loan modification. decrease in income. situations have been really difficult for them to deal with. >> what should you do right now? >> well, certainly time is of
thes sense, especially if you are a short sale. they are offering a $15,000 incentive for those who qualify. >> they need to call with me. so i can acceptance assess the best plan for them. . this is the news kron 4 this weekend. rain is coming our way. good morning, i am will tran. dave is joining me now. >> it is scattered and
depending on the timing. >> i say lousy in terms of interrupting. >> we need the rain. >> you are talking about chilly to start. we are moving rapidly. it is a fast paced here. >> can you see off towards the east bay and this is populating the map. >> this is 58 already. >> temperatures getting up to 63 by high noon and 67 by two or 4:00 and dropping into the lower 60s. fairly rapidly. it is an indication of dry air. >> it is the front that will do things and temperature change for us. and bringing in the high clouds tonight with the pitter patter of rain tonight. >> we have forecast mid-60s on the north bay. and downtown san francisco off to the east bay and possible.
>> it as 70 pop here and there and along the bay shoreline with all of that as well. >> this is a break down as well. >> we stay pretty much in the territory. into 5:00. >> maybe the coast retiring back to 70 or so. >> this is the rain timing. >> thank you so much, dave. >> looking for something to do this weekend with your family. we got thank you covered. it is sunny outside. >> take advantage of it. head to the at&t ballpark. >> it discovery day. >> giant sized fair. >> you get it. >> giant sized fair for the family. >> kron 4's avery harper is inside. >> you are 2-2. >> batting 2-2. >> great show and tell. what is next. >> yes, well, you can see that, they dressed me in a ton of safety gear. i am here at the center here at at&t park. i am here with this. and can you tell us what this
is all about. >> trying to stay. and we can take an image of it with the special microscope and they have a picture of the themselves when they go home. >> what should i do. >> dei: what you had i you know, do starting here. >> first thing we are going to do is put a drop of a dye on the slide. and then avery is going to take a stick and we move some of the dead skin cells. from the insider. and mess with it. and we will take a look at it with the microscope. >> we will take one of these right here. >> we will swab. >> not the most brace graceful part of this experiment. >> do i just put it here. >> yes. >> then here.
. >> this is so precise. >> we want to avoid air bubbles. >> they put it on a microscope behind here and present out a picture of what your cell looks like. >> we have a picture of my cells. >> look at the beautiful, beautiful cells here. and you can take a look. >> you are showing them the different parts of shells. and in this particular one. >> we are looking at the membrane and nucleus. and the he type of stain is a large poster. >> you have a cell membrane here. and then the dark spot in the center is the nucleus. >> thank you. >> what else can kids do here at your 10th. >> we have dna tattoos. and we have bitter jeap test.
>> using ctc paper. >> it is going to detect this on your topg. we have receptors on the tongue that will detect certain chemicals. then we chase that with a piece of candy. >> thank you so much. >> it is one of the activities that you can partake here and this is open from continue a.m. until 4:00 p.m. it is all free. >> why are you wearing safety gear. . >> i am wearing safety gear and the chemical they are using is text i can. they -- docks i can. they -- toxic. >> they gave did to me. i am wearing closed toed shoes to headache sure i don't spill anything on me. >> new definition to selfie. get it. >> and more serious news. breaking news. we first brought you last night
at 11. another inmate has died in a bay area jail. here is what we know so far. >> and this is the detention facility. the inmate was found not moving in his cell yesterday afternoon. we don't know yet the cause of the man's death. there is concern over the treatment of local prisoners. >> back in august. an inmate was found dead in his cell at the santa clara main jail. they determined the prisoner was beaten. and three santa clara deputies are charged with murder in that case. >> then in september. another inmate is found dead and no foul play is expect td in that case. >> just last month. two former jail inmates fired against deputies. >> they claim, they beat more than 20 inmates. >> concerns over artificial turf. the health problem it can cause your child.
in case he plays soccer or football. >> air force security can take even longer to get through. we will tell you what might be different the next time you fly. >> that is for your health. >> new research said half of all proaght woman are gaining too much weight. what future mom it is need to know. ♪ let us share what we see ♪ just you and i ♪ ♪ grow old with me ♪ let us share what we see ♪ and oh the best it could be ♪ just you and i ♪
. this is the new medical findings this week. moms in the u.s. gain too much weight while they are pregnant. that is a new study from the cdc, gaining too much pregnant can lead to obesity and other health problems for the mom and child. it can lead to dangerous complications during labor and delivery. >> the study found a third of women gained the recommended amount of weight,. en a the fifth didn't gain enough. >> and increases the risk the baby will be born sprawl. >> another reason the intake of
sugary drinks. >> it might contribute to heart at that failure. >> first published in the journal. >> they had a 23% higher risk of having heart fall lure. >> they followed the food habits of over 42,000 men. >> over a 12 year period. >> the results do not rap ply to younger age groups. >> women and certain ethic age group tion. >> here is a live look outside at the toll place is a. >> little toll covering. and i know rain is heading out there. >> and enjoy the sunshine. >> the sun is headed out here sunday. >> we just showed you the toll plaza. >> stop by treasure island. you can see it goes on eight in the morning until 11. >> little short window. it's get out there and enjoy cars and coffee.
. welcome back to the kron 4 news weekends. take a live look outside. kirkwood, snow. let it snow. let it snow. let it snow. >> tahoe getting snow earlier this week. >> this is the snow maker or organizer. >> we will see more snow after this weekend. right. absolutely. starting tomorrow and lingering into tomorrow too: that is a low. >> right out of alaska, they are taking the seenic tour to the pacific. >> not as much as last time. >> that is the negative side of it. watch the winds and watch out for wind in blustery like conditions. >> for us right now. we will look at the golden gate bridge. beautiful blue skies. >> we are always talking about it too. and this is where it will come from down from marin county and that is where you will notice
the change happening with the precipitation or the showers rather. >> arriving at town. 49% in santa rosa and novato. this is big climb. >> in the 0s. >> san francisco along the bay shore line. >> oakland land is 56 and you can see it is in the 50s territory as we get close to the high temperatures in a few hours of the daytime heating. we are in the same air mass that we were before. that's when it will change. it will change with the front. see what the models streets to say. >> basically. mostly sunny will do. >> when things start to change a little bit. we will notice a high to mid-level clause. precipitation developing and up in the north bay. >> so the predown hours are close to it. and might get the roads to work here and drop to the south and take a break into sunday afternoon for a little bit.
>> it is very spotty and then by monday. >> more active monday morning and cold air upstairs. this is the gulf of alaska storm. we may have instability to worry about. and hail and claps of mund der to note for monday morning. >> but, there is a front that changes the air mass. >> this is a cold air mass behind it. it will be drier air and in terms of frost for next week. >> look for temperatures. >> mid-60s and castor valley: berkeley. 65. further to the east. >> possibly 70 might pop and upper 60s is what we are talking about. >> sunday. very widely scattered showers and biggest batch is monday morning. >> again, this is a cold storm to look out for. >> cooler temperatures come. >> particularly the early morning lows will be quite chilly and afternoon highs will be in the 60s.
we are following the latest out at merced, they held a vigil. they are carrying this. and on wednesday, they stabbed four people before he was shot and killed by the police officers. all of the victims expected to survive. even though they were attacked with a hunting knife. they saw him. he went to high school. in santa clara. and a year back picture of him. he had a manifesto with him which expressed anger over being kicked out over a school study group. >> it is devastating to be served with a lawsuit. and force you to prove yourself. >> we have been following you. >> the father with the son who has autism said the they felt forced out of their sunnyvale home after neighbors served him with a lawsuit. they allege the 11-year-old boy
is a public nuisance. the father shared the story with justin waldman and said all the energy into fighting the lawsuit is taking time and energy away from him, taking care of his child. > swimming is one of the they are pays they gave their 11-year-old son with ought tim -- autism. >> this is the gold standard of care. >> we have been very supportive and very involved, very careful parents. it is unimaginable to us that we would be drag the into it like this. >> they sat down with kron 4 news. >> after living in the sunnyvale home for seven years former neighbors served them with the lawsuit claiming their son attacked others. and his behavior disrupted the community. they wanted him declared a public nuisance. >> people there had suddenly become antagonistic towards our
family and our child. we were feeling betrayed. >> they claim he hit, kicked and slapped children. they have told kron 4, people there did not feel safe. >> a lot of kids were scared because of what things had happened. >> this case is really about very minor incidents that are greatly exaggerated. >> it really lacks any merit. >> they left their home pause of all the tensions. but would move back in the case gets dismissed. the family's attorney worries the lawsuit could set a poor precedent. >> that is the fear. >> they stigmatizes children with autism and creates this paranoia and fear that could be very, very dangerous as we are trying to make acceptance. >> they are seeking an unspecified amount of money for
the harm the child has caused families. they will go to a judicial settlement conference next monday. the hope is to settle this out of court. >> did this put your kid at risk for cancer. >> this is if he is playing on either fiction turf. the crush to rubber in the turf is linked to ingredients that cause cancer. he is behind a legislative effort to consider schools that are nontoxic alternatives. >> it pops up off. and he gets tackled and might get swallowed. >> we went to check it out in san mateo. and now, they installed their turf back in 2008. since then, they have not had any complaints from their players. in this broadcast. we have warrior highlights. kaepernick talking and ben
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pick up the game pieces with, as you see in the front. it is the wheels and they bring it to us. >> we have the elevator system which hooks on and leans back to stack them. >> then they help keep them from falling over. >> can you tell us what it took to build this. >> there are a lot of you guys. how it took to build this. >> i started on the model design last year. for every game, there is a building period. we have to get all the programming, all the technical stuff. wove to go to different sections and work on this. do this. and do we get this done in the time we are supposed to and it is a lot of responsibility put on us. woon we learn how to be more responsible. >> taking on leadership role it is and leading them to do what they are supposed to be doing. >> pretty impressive. >> do you plan on studying thg
in college. >> is this something you want to go into. >> i think so. >> maybe. >> what i want to do. >> i saw something. >> that was about commuter programming. >> that thing is really cool. >> nice job were. and makes quite a bite of salary. >> you have to do a lot of programming to do the robert to to certain things. >> and it will help me later in cling. it has been a help. >> thanks so much. >> this is what it is all about. >> getting kids involved in science s and technology here at at&t park. >> come down with hour kids today. >> it is 4:00. >> and it is all free. >> that is just the preview. when it openeds. >> live look outside. >> this is the embarcadero.
>> little cloud cover. >> you need it: to paint. >> you node to put something in there. >> no rain today. >> no. >> not much of tonight. >> it is going to be tomorrow morning. very early and if you are partying really late. >> maybe. >> i want wait to see you live dance. >> all right. >> live look out of march renee marsh county. and flapping going on here. we have temperature going on. 50s on the board new. it is quite a climb from the 30s we just saw a couple of hours ago. >> this is the santa rosa is a and with more rock n' roll in there. >> this is the first little bottom. >> and it is saturday afternoon. >> until it falls by monday morning. >> with that is the inability
tion. >> very cold up there. and break down. 61 or so will do it by the noon hour. >> 2:00 as well. dropping back to the 50s. it is six and 8:00. brake down for you. >> lots of it by noon. >> into the evening hours. and 63 at the base and 64 for the inland locations. >> big news. we were following. people stuck in egypt. >> russian passengers were left in the country after the deadly plane crash in the sign my peninsula. they are sending spects planes to pick up the passengers. the black box shows it was brought down bea bomb. the recordings picked up the sounds of an explosion. british intelligence said they laced the bomb in the cargo hold. branch of isis already said it carried out the attack. because of that bombing in
egypt. traveling overseas from the u.s., will see tighter security measures. >> what we can expect the next time we fly. >> overseas airports with direct flights to the united states are preparing for increased security measures. >> homeland security secretary jay johnson had items going onto the aircraft. >> travellers will likely see random searches. extra hand swabbing of passengers and possibly more bomb-sniffing dogs. >> dhs will assess security at select foreign airports. >> we talk about the shoe bomber. >> underwear bomber. >> print cart trims. they were overseas and flights coming into the u.s. >> from my perspective. where the concern is. >> u.s. officials stress. there are multiple layers of security to screen passengers before they he ever get on a plane bound for the u.s. >> including checking all passengers and crew.
against the terror watch list. >> vulnerabilities still exist. >> this is a major concern. >> employee vetting needs to be beefed up. one of the things they need to do. once they hire the individuals they need to continue to vet them on a continuing basis. if they go bad, we catch that before it is too late. intelligence officials say, if the downing of metro jet was an insider job. authorities worldwide must zero in on airports and airline workers with secure access. >> coming up. still going through all the hall lean county. >> what one east bay mom found in her daughter's candy bag. >> this is the san mateo bridge. >> no problems. >> clear morning. enjoy it. get out there. >> not overnight. >> definitely. >> sunday know monday.
. a little girl found a needle in a piece of halloween candy. it shows the picture of the three musketeer bar and the needle that was found inside the candy bar. >> her daughter was not hurt and the little girl went trick-or-treating in concord. they spoke with the people who live in the area. and they are very angry about what happened. >> i don't think anybody from this neighborhood would think about doing such horrible things. they have kids. and kids grew up here t and these are all, you know. >> this is a residential
tomorrow at the golden gate theater. there is still time to get your tickets. we will talk about what is going on. joining me is ciara sexton with the production company. >> i am always amazed by just the phase cality -- physicality behind the show. >> how many tickets resist still available how many. >> people have been reaching out already. >> really. so glad to hear it. >> we have had an incredible audience and there are still a few particulars. if you look quick. and there is a few. and price ranges and log onto the website. >> it is. what time is the show tonight. it is 7:30. it is two shows today and two shows tomorrow. >> we saw dozens of dancers. how many are we going to see. >> we have a cast of 54. >> so, there is a lot of dancers and energy comes from the stage. >> you are one of the dancers. >> yes. i have tried at home to do it.
>> for just an amateur like me. >> one component that everyone should know what to do. >> there are a few good rules and it is chest out. shoulders back. and turn the feet out as ballet dancers do. and 1 foot in front of the other. >> someone reached out. no arms. hands involved. is there a history behind that. >> irish dancing is hundreds of years old. >> it is not discovered or event event thed and it comes doubt. >> but, it is fantastic. >> it is a performance and to enjoy. it still has all the cultural roots. >> they start early or is that something you want your dancers. maybe a little bit teenagers to learn. so cultural, they start young. >> yes, he we start ad 3 years-old. >> for 24 hours.
>> i did learn how to walk at three years old. >> we will get to the performance. >> james, obviously took us to commercial break earlier. i am dying why to see our weather guy do it. >> go ahead and do. >> you can do it. >> okay. >> this is totally cold. no lessons or anything like interest that. >> mr. james, talk to me. >> we start off. and start position. >> so, that is feet turned out like this. >> and opposite. >> yes. >> i am sorry. >> there you go. >> and arms by your side. >> then a storm on the right foot and three beats with our left. > >> one. oops. >> one, two, three.
>> and then. >> sorry. >> one, two, three. >> then on the left,. >> so, we will try that much. >> yes. >> i think we will do that. >> we will go nice and slow. >> again,. >> i got it right this time. >> i am having a balance issue here. > >> is there a paramedic onset. >> it is still here. >> one, two, three. one, two, three. >> one, two, three. >> pretty good. >> not bad. >> try a bit faster. >> no, i am getting it. >> did you have a hurricane jeanne pardon of it. >> it is one more time and i
want to get the remedial thingdown. >> i got this part down. >> so, it is step on the right and then one, two. three. >> one, two. three. >> nice. >> isn't that nice. >> one more, one, two, three. >> . >> i am sphwetting cut up with the this thing here: i am getting caught up with this thing here. >> whoops, balance issue. >> then you speed it up. >> yes, it looks pretty good sped up. >> it is very basic. and it is just. when it is really fast. it looks cool. >> have you seen it. >> you have seep people give a crash course on this. how does he rate. >> why is your nose growing. >> >> your nose is lying.
>> if i was a gladiator. >> i would due. >> no. >> thumb's up very well. en and there is places i get injured. >> and enough of this practicing. >> full speed. >> can i be background vocals. and you, you are doing that. en and everything is tapped. >> you can keep it. >> don't bite the bottom lip. >> don't. >> that is just the card tall sin of dancing. >> -- cardinal sin of dancing. >> this is dancing over here too. >> how about that. >> that is good stuff. >> only set weather people back
about a decade. >> very, very good. >> look at that. >> mr. james, awesome job. >> where are you going to be. >> shn, goldz be gate. >> and still get out and watch them. >> they dance for four minutes straight. it is so intense, they need a break and you do it for two thundershowers. >> no such thais as a river dancer. >> did you lose a few pounds. >> that's it. >> dancing. . >> my ankles hurt just looking at it. >>
>> any information behind the plan and the uof c merced and this is the man test toe they -- manifesto they found. >> this is postponed. >> this is pause of a deadly toxin that is detected in crabs off the coast. >> here in san jose, the restaurant where 200 people were sickened over the shigella bacteria has reopened. >> the place is scrubbed from top to bottom. everything is relaced. you can follow all the big news of the week as it happens with the kron 4 mobile app. >> dave? >> that will come in handy as we have a new system. temperatures right now. >> 50s action. east bay. up to the north bay. >> novato vad toe. matching that for san francisco. daly city. and future cast. watch it go into motion here. >> sunny skies and into the afternoon hours.
then the front gets closer to us. >> starts to fill up. around wine country and the predawn hours. >> makes it the pitter patter of rain and we are dropping into the city. across the east bay and temperatures, we check the pen anybody sul la. and -- we check the peninsula. palo alto 66 and going on for redwood city. further conditions for the south, mostly in the upper 60s. couple of 70's had making themselves known. will has two presume to help him out. >> dave. >> now, it is my turn. i have been dying to river dance for a long time. i have never been next to a guy so hand some. this is the last time we will ever be together. up, down, step. >> right. >> one, two, step. >> bye-bye. we are out in five. >> you can catch more.
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