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fo in our top story, 41 people dead and another 239 others hurt after a terror attack at europe's 3rd busiest airport in istanbul. one terrorist is seen running and detonating an explosive. stephanie has more. >> reporter: there were three bombs that went off inside of istanbul's airport yesterday evening. three attackers carried bombs when they entered the airport and opened fire and detonated themselves. at this point we still have no
official claim of responsibility. the passengers at istanbul's airport scrambled terrified as three gunmen attacked the airport. two were they national terminal and the 3rd in a parking lot. the preliminary findings suggest all three opened fire before detonating explosive vests. video from inside the terminal shows people fleeing bright flashes and in one clip, a gunman is apparently shot by security officer and drops to the floor. a few seconds later, there is an explosion. witnesses describe the sense of confusion and fear inside the airport. i tried to keep as calm as possible but you know there was a lot of people falling down on the grounds and not knowing what is going on. >> i just recognized the gunshots and heard this huge explosion and i knew immediately it was a bomb. and i just bolted as fast as i can. >> multiple u.s. officials say isis is suspected to behind the
attack but there has not yet been a claim of responsibility. the terrorists have called for attacks in the holy month of rom na don in its third weeks. >> we are trying to figure out what happened and who did it and i won't comment further except to say that this is daily fare and that's why i say the first challenge to face is countering nonstate violent actors. >> at the airport it was closed overnight and the faa has lifted a requirement for a ground stop between istanbul and the united states. i'm stacy ko han, back to you. the presidential candidates have weighed in via twitter. hillary clinton tweeted "all turkey against this q'.campaig!
hate red and violence "donald trump quoted will the ófworld realize what is going on, so sad. before we get to more of the news let's get you caught up on bay area weather and for that we will hand it over to dave and find out about the forecast. >> talking about the inland spots, we are shaving a little bit off and it will start to today. here is a live look at sfo, we are tracking fog to make note of a little bit today in typical fashion. weak onshore that we have here and inland folks won get a lot of relief for today. here is a look at the fog tracker as we look overnight and not too much of the fog lifting. it is along the peninsula and you can see towards the north bay and venturing across it looks like the bay a little bit. let's go with the temperatures. 64 for antioch and 56, oakland
and 57 for hayward. our temperature change is a few degrees cooler today, it may not feel like it but a few cooler than yesterday. 6-degree behind and 7 for livermore and on the east bay shoreline a couple of degrees shaved off and downtown san francisco losing a degree off to a good start. oakland mile and temperatures as the temperatures go to the upper 60s and lower 70s. for the forecast to break it down for different locations, san francisco at 60, oakland at 69 for an ultimate high and 88 looking for a high down to san jose. now the forecast does continue to show the heating going on for the inland valleys you can see the colorization here. maybe popping 100 degrees or so and that will probably be maybe sparse for immediate viewing but off to, you can see the central valley. along the east bay shoreline, noticeably cooler as we see the green color and as well as the peninsula too. then the cool down, yes, we are getting some of the greens,
marching into those inland valleys, a little bit better progress this go around from this night than last night. temperatures up to 82 for the inlands and about the noon hour, 65 covering the bay and 55, chilly at the coast. we will look at the extended forecast and let you know about the holiday weekend. let's check on 80 heading to san francisco. a live look at the bay land toll plaza. if you need to come in great time, no problems at the pay gates and a good ride across. there is some cal tran work underway on the suspension and one lane off and it will not block your ride. 92 a live look at the san mateo bridge out of hayward fine, san mateo 101 and 280 looking good. no problems from the north bay, south 101 is fine under 25
minutes to get innevada over to san francisco. checking in on the sensors, looking good from the 24. no problems from the east shore, the mccarthy out of san leandro to oakland. james. robin, thank you. at 4: 05 security at san francisco international airport is on alert following the tragic news out of istanbul. we spoke with travelers and airport officials that say there is heightened presence of law enforcement. following the deadly attack in turkey's largest airport. >> i was upset to my stomach, very sad. >> reporter: bay area travelers returning from istanbul are relieved to make it home but devastated for the at least 36 people killed in turkey's airport. >> we were standing in the same spot where the bombing was because we left with our luggage and stepped out and we caught our cab. right there. it didn't feel great. scary. >> the passengers arrived at sf
o4:30 tuesday night missing the deadly attack by 8 hours and some went through a rigorous screening beforehand. >> we switched from one flight to another and got checked 3 or 4 times and they were doing pat- downs and baggage searches. >> hours later a bomb went off at turkey's largest airport. now san francisco international airport officials say their security is on alert. >> i think what you can expect to see immediately at sfo is a sense of heightened vigilance and you can expect to see already increased patrols by uniformed officers in the terminal and out on the roadways. >> for now no drastic security plans at sfo in action. >> but in terms of longer standing and more systemic types of changes, we are gathering information and understanding what occurred there. and here you are looking into apparent isis propaganda video that features san francisco landmarks. we talked to security experts about what it could signal. we will have more at 4:30.
stay tuned for are that part of the report. now to some other national news, the pressure is now on for when and how britain will leave the union. they need to invoke article 50 to start the process. the current prime minister wants to wait until after he resigns and a new prime minister takes over. met with european officials yesterday saying he hopes the uk remains close. nigel farank one of the leaders of the movement spoke to the european parliament and has this to say. >> isn't it funny, when i came here 17 years ago and i said though i wanted to lead a campaign to get britain to leave the european union, you all laughed at me. well i have to say you're not laughing now, are you? >> part of the concern is other nations in the european union may leave as well and if they do people on social media have
coined a few terms there is frexit and it will leave it for italy and check out for the czech republic. we will have to wait and see what happens but the european union is not going to make it an easy process for britain as an example to the rest of the countries in the union to stick together. 4: 08 on the clock. coming up, hit-and-run accident in the east bay has left a child dead. we will tell you what police happened. and the republicans have released their findings on the 2012 terror attack in libya. here is a live look. traffic on 92 is moving well and get the updates and find out when the hot spots will pop
expecting, a little bit of fog. >> and hovering the little place. over the golden gate bridge and as we finish the week we have a reduction in temperatures and we talked about. there may be patches of morning drizzle among the immediate coast, something to take in mind if that is part of your weekend plans. a little part of the morning drizzle and fog and common indicating that the high is starting to weaken. temperatures is 56 for oakland and 64 for antioch and 60 for livermore. and 59 for san jose as we had talked earlier the numbers are better than yesterday at this time. we are actually a few degree cooler and we will go ahead and take that an 6 degrees cooler in concord and 7 for livermore. everybody is a little cooler today than yesterday. as we say in the trade the
temperatures are flatning. we do have a to have in the northwest. inviting an onshore flow. the pattern has been in place. the southeast flow has been the monsoon pattern cut off the lofty temperatures in the southwest. isolated thundershowers and will do so along the mountains if you are headed to yosemite. you may pick up an isolated shower. 60 for san francisco downtown and twin peaks. 79 for palo alto and pacifica 61 and san mateo 71. half-moon bay at 56 and 88 san jose and santa clara at 84. mountains, 69 for oakland.
78 for hayward and 92 for danville and 92 for pleasanton. >> traffic is looking good. set off with a ride on 92. if you need to get across the san mateo bridge, a nice ride out of hayward from the nemitz freeway. smooth on west 91 continuing to the peninsula a good commute from the north bay and 15 minutes from central san rafael to the central side of the bridge. nothing but green all around. 580 looks good and the nemitz smooth out of hayward to union city and down towards the fremont area. 237, 101, 87 all checking in
hot spot free. back to you james. out to the east bay where tragedy has struck the east bay. two teenage girls hit by a car killing one of them. happened in oakley and we have a map of the crash. on a rural stretch of east cypress road. alisha reed has the latest on the investigation. walking along the side of the road, resulted in tragedy, one girl is dead and another in critical condition. investigators canvassed the area for hours searching for details in the deadly pedestrian accident. police say before 3:00 both girls walking 71 on east cypress near bethel island when a car heading in the same direction slammed into them. emergency services got to the scene within four minutes. but it was too late for one of the girls. she had succumbed to her injuries. the second victim was air lifted to oakland children's
hospital. now police after hitting the car the car careened and hit a ditch. hours in the investigation, the coroner showed up to remove the victim from shrubbery on the side of the road. the driver was taken away in a police cruiser, the vehicle involved was towed away. reporting in oakley kron4 now. two bay area fathers had to work as their wives and children died in a minivan outside of los angeles. the father's aaron hong and 45- year-old weja lee escaped the van after the crash and the duo was in the driver and passenger seat. the wives and both of their two children were killed police say a semitruck rear-ended the minivan and pushed the car off of the freeway that burst in flames. the men suffered burns and being treated for moderate
injuries at an area hospital. police on the hunt for a killer. another person in critical condition. we have the details. this is new video showing the area where a shooter fired multiple gunshots leaving a man wounded inside the minivan. witnesses say it happened in the street outside the fraternity and sorority houses at san jose university. >> i hear a quick three to five gunshots it was like a bop bop and then bop bop bop bop. >> joshua rasodo is in a fraternity at san jose state and when he ran outside he could see there were multiple people in the minivan. in front seat it looked to be a young mexican male shot multiple times and his friend holding him and yelling him to stay with him and stay awake but it didn't seem like that
was happening. >> no arrests made but at at least two witnesses described seeing an suv speed away from the scene. possibly a white or silver chevy equinox. a man with a black hat was driving and it came as a surprise to everybody that lives here. >> this is greek road. right in front of our houses in range of gunfire. police looking for a gunman in another san jose shooting. this happened monday night at 9:00 on cape ashton copy. when police arrived they found one person dead and no description of a suspect has been released and still waiting floor information to come out. meanwhile in redwood city one firefighter hurt battling a condo fire. it happened at 7:00 yesterday on farmhill boulevard near kinyata college. you can see the firefighter
trying to fight the fire. the firefighter hurt was taken to the hospital and released and is expected to make a full recovery. meanwhile a building fire in vallejo forced crews to knock down part of the structure to reach the flames. it happened yesterday, the building near wallace and lincoln west right near i-80. firefighters responded to the two-alarm fire at 11:00 in the morning. there were downed power lines in the area and so they had to deal with that. nobody was injured. that's some good news and not clear how the fire began and let you know when investigators make that determination. let's turn our attention to politics. decision 2016. the republicans have released the findings on the 2012 terror attacks in libya that killed four americans including chris stevens that was killed. no real bombshells in the report but there's plenty of finger pointing. a two year investigation, 800 plus page report and still
no new bombshells from the special house benghazi committee. >> while our guys were on the ground taking gunfire and mortar attacks washington was moving at a snail's pace. >> the report does include new interviews and recommendations but no major revelations. no smoking gun, if you will that directly implicates former secretary of state hillary clinton. >> i wrote the report that i think is centered in the facts. >> but it does argue that clinton should have realized the risks and addendum released by two conservative members is about clinton and critical of her and the obama administration blaming the attack on the "tragic failure of leadership." >> when secretary clinton says what difference does it make, we can now as a result of our work over the last year-and-a- half tell you exactly what difference it makes. it makes a difference in how you respond to an attack. >> democrats on the committee call the report a conspiracy theory on steroids. clinton brushed it off today. >> i will leave it to others to
characterize this report but i think it is clear. it is time to move on. still republican jeremy trayhanding says this is nothing to do with the election. speaker ryan has never asked me to do going about 2016 politics. speaker boehner asked me what happened to four of our fellow citizens and i have done that. well happening today. the presumptive democratic presidential nominee will be in san francisco. tomorrow as a matter of fact hillary clinton is attending a fundraiser with jamie lee curtis. the tickets will range from 500 to $27,000 depending on how much access you like. this is clinton's first area to the bay since winning the california primary 3 weeks ago. at 4: 21, let's talk bay area baseball. well, the a's continue to get the better of their cross bay counterparts.
the second game of the series that has historically divided allegiance. brandon crawford with this triple that put the giants up three and another pinch-hitter puts oakland back on top. jake samuel pitsky sends lopez's pitch into left field. there it is. the a's scoring too many runs for the giants. liking the shootout was won by the athletics, 13-11 and the series goes to the bay. game three in oakland tonight with sean manayo facing off against jake peavy. we will take a break. 422. caitlyn jenner has made the cover of a new magazine find out which one. here is a live look
welcome back to the kron4 morning news. the time is 4: 25. checking in on your commute and a look at the san mateo bridge, a great ride and no major problems so far as you need to use westbound 92, 15 minutes over to 101 and so far good commute. drive times, highway 4 in great shot through contra costa county and no problems for 580 west and smooth out of livermore and dublin. it is a quick 17 minute trick for north 101 from 85 to 237 and livemor. james. robin, 4: 25. caitlyn jenner on the cover of sports illustrated and abby miller has pled guilty to fraud. all of that and more in our
daily wrap. hey, guys i'm tanner tomlinson. this is the hd wrap. way back in 1976 bruce jenner graced the cover of sports illustrated winning a gold medal. now 40 years later katlin jenner is on that cover in a gold sequoin jump suit and what an amazing story. dance mom star abby lee miller pled guilty to bankruptcy fraud and failing to report income. prosecutors are asking for up to 30 months of jail time. we'll have to wait and see whether abby can dance out of this one or now. will racing legend jeff gordon be riding shotgun with kelly rippa. open to being the cohost. he is flattered that his name is floated and he has cohosted nine times in the past and this race got interesting. that's it for the daily wrap. and don't forget you can
catch hollywood at 1:00 on kron4 following law and order. we'll take a break. 4: 26 on the kron4 news. an apparent isis propaganda video features san francisco landmarks. we will show you what experts think. and west coast sweet finds and find out what makes california initiative the latest to join a new club. that coming up next. and here is a live look at the san mateo bridge. we will get an update from
carried out the attack and no group claimed responsibility. isis is suspected to behind the attacks. the pressure now on for when and how britain will actually leave the european union. britain's prime minister david cameron wants to wait until he resigns before the uk leaves the union. he met with european officials yesterday and says he hopes the uk remains cross with the eu. >> and happening today. presumptive presidential candidate hillary clinton is in san francisco. she is holding a fundraiser luncheon at 11:00. special guests such as jamie lee curtis and planned parenthood president cecil richards will be there. the campaign has not said where it will be and not open to the public. this is a private event and mrs. clinton's first area to the bay since winning the california primary three weeks ago. now to the weather. we got dave looking at the forecast on this wednesday and midway through the week and how is today going to be different from yesterday. >> just a continuation of the
program of cooling off. the inland spots, baby steps and you feel it around the bay area. it will be much cooler. was cooler yesterday and we broke the back of the heat wave that we have had. going nicely through the holiday week. finally breaking the heat wave spell here is a live look temperature a little bit of fog making it out there and indicating that the onshore flow having teeth to it. there you can see what happened overnight making it to the valleys aggressive going forward. 58 for concord and 64 antioch and 60 for livemor and as lofties a the numbers may seem they are reduced this time from yesterday. most of the readings in fact negative numbers, half-moon bay is about where it was this time yesterday. negative three for example, for hayward and negative one for oakland. off to a cooler start. optimistic look. san francisco's break down, mother nature's a/c is there.
struggling to reach 60s for the early afternoon hours. and the game by the way speaking of which this time it is in oakland. the a's and the giants, 7:05 and temperatures middle 60s and a cool breeze. not as chilly as at&t park as we have a few degrees added to that. here is a warmup. you can see the progress in the central valley where the triple numbers will be found in large number basically most inland spots today for us and we will be in the 90s over the hills and you can see on the east bay shoreline pretty much of a 70s story and some 60s. there's the cool down and you can see the progress of this cooler air making it to the inland valleys. much progress than we have seen in the last few days. 8 hours forward and 63 by noon and talking 82 and these numbers seem reduced and optimistic look. here is a look at traffic. robin has that. >> looking good. no major problems. hot spot free for those of that you need to get to san
francisco, here is a live look at the ride approaching the plaza and a smooth commute out of the bay and into downtown san francisco. let's go to the san rafael bridge. nice and light. no problems heading into the north bay. it will be 8 minutes from the pay gates out to the 101 connector heading to san rafael. across the golden gate bridge smooth and looking good from the north bay. no major problems for nevada. mill valley and sausalito and a nice ride to san francisco and on to doyle drive. let's check in on some drive times. checking your commute and looking good for 237 west and no problems for north 85 and 101 from 237 and sunnyvale to 92 heading to san mateo, a quick 16 opinion trip. james. all right. robin thank you. 4: 33. resetting the top story. a terror attack in istanbul
have left a number of people killed and injured. there is an isis propaganda video that focuses on san francisco. the video has been circulating online and shots of the golden gate bridge and some other san francisco landmarks. right now the f.b.i. says it is evaluating the video and where it originated. kron4 talked with an expert that says it may in fire a lone wolf attack like the one in orlando. >> this is the isis propaganda video that focuses on such high profile places in san francisco such as the golden gate bridge. >> i think that the concern is that it is someone that is taking this video and it has the appearance of being real. >> rick smith is a former f.b.i. agent and he says the bureau looks at this kind of propaganda dissecting each frame for valuable clues. >> we have a look at what other intelligent sources and human intelligence and technical intelligence would give them in terms of what is happening in san francisco.
they would look at sources that they had and suspects and they would look at traffic and they would look at all sorts of stuff. the local f.b.i. office is saying right now that they do not believe that the video poses a credible threat. however, smith says that the release of the video and the arabic attack such as the case of omar ma teen, the gunman in orlando. >> if something is suspicious it should be report to the f.b.i. >> you have to understand we have been a nation under attack for many years. >> san francisco police spokesperson carlos freddy says it is critical these day on the heels of orlando in general to be extra cautious. >> we always say if you see something, say something. better to be cautious than complainant. >> at the golden gate bridge
tourists say that they are always on the alert. i think in these times you do have to be more alert in the day of our surroundings unfortunately. another bay area headline california voters will decide the fate of recreational marijuana in the state this coming november. it could mean the entire west cost would have legalized pot sales. kron4 spencer blake has details on this initiative. >> secretary of state alex baduda says proponents of legalized marijuana got more than enough signatures to get it on the november ballot. the same thing that california voters turned down in 2010. this time it does have plenty of funding and support from big names including former facebook president sean parker. here is how it would work. if it passes 21 an older people can buy an ounce of marijuana but it has to come from licensed outlets and adults could grow marijuana plants up to 6 for personal use but
nobody would be able to smoke pot in any place where tobacco is already outlawed, that would be restaurants and bars and other closed places. it could be a big moneymaker for the state. the lieutenant governor's office has been backing an initiative like this one for a couple of years now. we sort of led the pack in terms of his support but i think you know that the rest of the country seems to be catching up with him increasingly there has been growing -- a growing ma the jo of californiaians that have demanded and asked for a new approach to marijuana policy in california. local governments would still have some say on this because counties and cities could ill prohibit pot in their areas if they wanted to or if they allow it. they could add additional taxes and fees. so far this year the only two or states that have a legalized recreational pot measure on november's ballot are nevada and maine.
in the newsroom, spencer blake, kron4 news. an in-depth look on the homelessness in the bay area. we will explain what the november ballot initiative could help take them off of the street. ann. >> coming up. let me drive. >> this is dangerous. people doing bad things. something interesting happens that we featured this parascoper. i will tell you more in the next edition of people behaving badly. here is a live look outside on the embarcadero. the bridge in the background. back with more headlines in a
caught and repeat offenders. something interesting happened and they were exposed in this edition of people behaving badly. >> we featured this lady in a behaving badly segment. >> you never know how it may turn. any way we are trying to dry my hair in the car. a/c. >> trying to drive her hair and broadcasting live on parascope. all the while driving and since self driving cars are not available in california yet, you can do the math. >> i was on the news for scoping and driving. you guys don't know that, they put me on the bay area news. at least i wasn't doing nothing bad. >> shortly after it aired she delivered her driving and scoping videos and basically went underground for two days. >> if i want to drive and
scope, i will drive and scope, okay? >> listen to this. >> they put me on [ bleep ] and my neighbor is like oh, my god. i was going to show you guys my fame did not work out too well. mr. money, church doctor is back. >> she has one hundred thousand people to follow her on parascope to watch her scope and drive. >> this is dangerous people doing bad things. >> and she says something that made me proud. it is dangerous. i won lie. he has a point. it is wrong. so you know. [ bleep ] >> but what about the pastor caught a facebook. he deleted his driving video and this one had him with a fan behind him and not traffic. >> hey, youall. >> i hope he keeps the facebook
we're back coming up on 4: 45. and here is a look at the major headlines before you head out the door. 41 people are dead and 239 others are injured after a terror attack at one of the world's busiest airports. the gentleman on the ground is an attacker shot by a policeman and in a second you will see the explosion, that is what happened with three suicide bombers in the airport. no terror group has claimed responsibility yet. however, isis right now is the leading suspect behind the attacks. meanwhile isis has released what appears to be a propaganda
video that focuses on san francisco. you see the golden gate bridge in the video. circulating online and has a shot at the bridge and some of the other landmark around san francisco. the f.b.i. is evaluating the video. california voters will decide the fate of recreational marijuana. a successful vote will mean one in 6 americans live in a state with legal marijuana sales including the entire west coast. the initiative is promoted by former facebook president sean parker. the initiative asks voters 21 and orlando to buy an ounce of marijuana and marijuana infused products and growing up to 6 pot plants for personal recreational use. a foggy shot of the golden gate bridge. >> yes. it looks like it is windy. >> we have a breeze and probably going to have trouble penetrating for the inland
spots and looking at lofty numbers again today. and in the seven-day forecast we have an 80 for the inland spot. how about that. i'm telling you. we are going crazy. here is a live look. james was just talking about quite a bit in the way of fog. the marine layer coming in. indicates a bit of that onshore flow taking hol and getting in the east bay. here is futurecast. the cooler weather in the bay. this go around will be more populated for us in the 90s. although mid-90s for many locations. jumping in tonight you can see the cooler air in the valleys finally reducing your temperatures in the evening. give you some relief a little bit after sunset.
60 for down san francisco and twin peaks and golden gate park and it looks like daily city at 71 and san mateo, palo alto 79. mountain view 80 and santa clara 84 and san jose 88. east bay shoreline. this is the only real cool spot we will find in the east bay with 70s and 60s. 69 for oakland and 78 for hayward and over the hills in the business of the upper 80s and lower 90s. 94 for pleasanton and san ramon at 91. now in our extended forecast. lofty for the inland valleys and we go to the lower 90s for the holiday weekend and a cooling trend and morning drizzle along the coast to take note if you are headed there and on july 4th a slight little
uptake. robin what about traffic. >> picking up at the bay bridge plaza to san francisco, quiet for the westbound ride on 80. by the time you get to the suspension span you will notice cal tran work under way the two right lanes blocked off but not impacting the commute. checking in on 92. a live look at the san mateo bridge. it is nice and quiet. let's go to the golden gate bridge. maybe you want to come from the north bay into san francisco. the commute direction on the left, that's south 101 and at 101 and limit so far, less than 25 minutes to the toll plaza. the drive time on the east shore. 80s looking good from the upper east shore to the lower east shore. no problems for south 680, dublin or fremont, 14 minutes to get from the 586 split to mission south and that's a
great ride and coming out of the south bay on the quad da loupe a quick trip from 85 to 101. 4: 49. this week kron4 news taking part in unprecedented media event where 71 media outlets joining forces to spotlight on the homeless problem in san francisco and the bay area. taking a closer look at a new measure on the november ballot to allow law enforcement to remove homeless in certain encampments. spencer blake spoke with the coalition on homelessness and some people that say it won't solve the problem. >> the homeless problem is not going anywhere in san francisco but the tent cities might be depending on a vote this fall. supervisor farrell's plan would let police clear out encampments as long as they provide written notice 24 hours ahead of time. the city would have to open a bed or shelter before telling
people to move along. >> we can't police ourselves out of the homeless crisis. >> the coalition is not mincing words on the measure that was submitted before last tuesday's deadline to get something on november's ballot. >> this is an anti homeless law. okay? and we have got plenty of those. >> under the proposal law enforcement could seize personal items that belong to people in homeless camps. homeless people were upset about the bag and tag policies even before the initiative made the ballot. >> i can't figure out what i'm supposed to do if i can't abandon my stuff for a while to go look for a job or you know you come back and everything you have is gone. >> the coalition listed several problems. first they say homelessness is a social issue that shouldn't be handled by police at all. they say it is punitive, a violation of civil and human rights and on top it all, ineffective. >> they will do a sweep but since there is nowhere to go, then people shift like a block
away, two blocks away. >> human rights organizer kelly cutler says the required offer of a bed or shelter for campers would not work because it would take a spot away from the people on the wait lists. is there a better option to clean up the streets? >> i would reduce monies being spend on enforcement policies and that money being transferred over to a policy that provides affordable and supportive housing. >> but right now the budget for housing and urban development is not growing but the number of homeless is. more than 6600 people are still living on the streets in san francisco. spencer blake, kron4 news. thank you, spencer. all of this week we will be covering the plight of people that are homeless in the bay area. stay tuned for new stories at 8:00 and at 10:00 p.m. all week long. as we join forces with dozens of other media outlets again to focus on this issue. now to other headlines.
a new mexico family has a unique way of punishing their teenager son forcing him to stay in that tent right there in their yard. the parents say the son is a thief and keeps stealing from them and now some neighbors call the punishment excessive but the teen's parents say they are running out of options. >> we are not doing anything wrong. we are simply trying to teach our child a lesson. >> if he doesn't learn that now it will be the world's problem not just ours in a couple of years. the parents' teen says he stays in the ten during the day and fed and he has the water he needs and can use the bathroom and he goes inside at 9:00 each night to sleep. his punishment will last a month. a reminder you can watch the 4th of july fireworks right here on kron4. the coverage starts at 9:00 at night. we will be along the embarcadero in san francisco and as well as other locations throughout the bay.
a fun time watching the 4th of july fireworks on kron4. it is 4: 53. take a quick break on the morning news. a boy and his unique business. we are going to show you what he is selling for extra change. that's coming up next. here is a live look. we have the bay bridge view again from san francisco, you can see the ferry building tower and we will have an updates in a few minutes.
stand and listen to historical tidbits about topics like the civil war and american presidents. the rising third grader loves history and has loved it since he was 3 years old. many of his family members served in the military. his mother says that part of the reason he is so patriotic is the fact that he has got family history with the military and he loves that stuff. he plans to keep the stand up and running all summer long. we will take a quick break coming up, the terror attack in istanbul. the latest details on that coming up in a minute. we have team coverage of that attack in what american officials are doing to help keep us safe. we will be live at sfo. safety concerns in the east bay after two teenage girls are hit while walking. we will have that story coming
the passengers at the istanbul airport scrambled. terrified as gunmen attacked the airport. two were at the international tournament -- terminal and the third was in a nearby parking lot. all three open fire before detonating explosives. video from inside the terminal shows people fleeing and bright spot -- and bright flashes. at one point i gunmen shot by security officer and drops to the floor. a few seconds later, there is an explosion. witnesses described confusion and fair -- fear inside the airport.>> there were people falling on the ground calling out. >> i recognize the gunshots and there was a huge explosion and a new immediately that it was a bomb. i bolted as fast as i could.>> reporter: isis is expected to be behind the attack.
there is no claim of responsibility. the group called for attacks during the holy month of ramadan which is in its third week.>> i was just trying to figure out what happened and who did it. i won't comment further other tend to say that the first challenge. -- >> reporter: the turkish president has declared today a national day of mourning for the attacks. now we have team coverage of the terror attacks and what officials in the u.s. are doing to keep us safe.>> at sfo how airports in the bay area are beefing up security in the wake of the attack.>> reporter: they have extra security and patrols and they are used to it at sfo and at airports across the
country. they tell personnel to keep eyes open and be mindful of the environment. if you expect -- if you stay here for too long, they will tell you to move on. this is especially right after a terror attack. we do know that a wave of passengers from istanbul arrived last night and more should arrive around 4:00 this afternoon. for whatever reason, according to the duty manager, it was one hour late, but there were no problems with that flight or any others. in the meantime, they will do extra screening when you go through the airport. they will make sure that all systems are working to make sure that all flights are safe. other flights are not taking off for overseas to other destinations even though this is the domestic terminal -- the international terminal. their domestic flights as well.
we did talk to one passenger a few minutes ago. >> ever since 9/11, whenever you fly, it is a security risk. you know, there is not much i can do and it is really up to my higher power to decide what my future is going to be and the only thing i can do is to get here on time and go through security and answer questions that they may have.>> that is exactly -- >> reporter: that is what the duty manager said. get here on time and be mindful. do not joke about anything because they are on mindful -- on high alert. it is already busy at the international terminal. the next flight from istanbul to sfo should happen around 4:00 or 5:00 in the afternoon. there is a quick turnaround and that takes off back to his temple around 6:00 or 7:00.
we will have more coverage of the istanbul airport coverage through the morning. we will have coverage through 10:00 a.m. right now we want to go to whether an traffic which is a big story this morning. we are going to see a little bit of a cool down. >> it takes the cook -- takes the edge off. nothing too dramatic yet. current temperatures right now are 63 for antioch and 59 in livermore. 69 in concord. along the east bay shore, middle to upper 50s and 59 for san jose -- san jose and mountain view. this compares with 24 hours ago where the inland valleys are behind where they were this time yesterday. a few degrees on the shoreline. for the game, the oakland a's versus the giants, this time the giants across the bay at seven: 05. daytime temperatures holding in the middle to upper 50s. it is mostly clear with the
southwest breeze at 5-10. i 9:00 a.m., 67 in the inland valleys. they temperatures in the upper 60s. let's check with robin for the traffic detail. >> i've not found any hot spots yet as you drive to san francisco. it is looking good coming out of oakland and smooth through the toll plaza and the upper deck into san francisco. all connectors are fine. 80, 24 and the nimitz freeway. all looking good through the connector. this is the only construction traffic i can find westbound headed to livermore. that is normal and there are no major problems there. then going to the interchange, it is clear with no problems for 680. right now the time for 580 w. is 15 minutes. safety concerns in the east bay this morning after teenage girls were hit by a car while walking
it brought daylight in oakley. >> one girl died and the other is in critical condition.>> reporter: it is a nightmare for any parent. one teenager dead and another in critical condition following a deadly crash in oakley. this is video from the scene. it happened about 2:45 in the afternoon where the teenage girls, ages 15 and 17 were walking through an area with no sidewalks. that's when they were struck by woman driving a station wagon. her car ran off the road it was found 150 yards away in a field. one teen was found dead and did not have id on her. police are working to identify her. the other teenager was airlifted to a hospital in oakland where she is being treated for serious injuries. the driver has been detained at not charged with anything. they have not released her
identity. police are checking to see if drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash and they are not sure of that yet. i will be here in alameda to as parents about what they are doing to keep their kids safe, especially after school is let out this year.>> we will check back with you later, avery. two women and four children were killed in a fiery crash in southern california. two the area fathers had to watch as their kids -- bay area fathers had to watch as their kids died in a crash. this happened on i-5 in the community of gorman. they hit a bmw. they were stopped on the right shoulder as the fathers were outside of the vehicle. a big rig came and smashed into the minivan and pushes down an embankment where caught fire. the fathers were from san francisco and daly city yuri they try to get to their wives and children to get them out of
the van but they were not able to because of the intensity of the flames. the men were airlifted to a nearby hospital with minor injuries in burns. the big rig driver was not injured. a man is dead after shooting your san jose state university. the shooter is on the loose now. let's take you to the scene. you can see what the bullets did. the shooting happened on the street outside the fraternity and sorority houses at the university around 2:00 in the afternoon.>> there were 3-5 gunshots, pop, pop, pop. this was on greek row. it was right in front of the houses and they were in range of the gunfire. >> reporter: no arrests have been made and police have not released descriptions of the shooter. a witness did see an suv speed from the scene. the shooting near the san jose campus came one day after a net -- another deadly shooting in san jose. we first broke the story
yesterday when a man was shot and killed about 9:00 on monday night. police have not made any arrests in the case either. sexual assault survivors are calling for changes after a judge sentenced a former stanford swimmer to six months in jail after sexually assaulting a six -- an unconscious girl. surveillance video that you will see only on kron 4 rain and intense flooding pommel colorado well other parts of the u.s. are hit with record- breaking heat . we are tracking whether in the bay area a national wide. -- a nationwide. pleasant if not a bit cool at times with the onshore breeze. we will check in with the relief. the commute is looking good so far at the richmond center. it is a great ride and you can see the north bay with the complete traffic check coming up after the break.
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checking weather across the nation. emergency crews rushed to the rescue after heavy rains impacted denver, colorado. one man was stranded on the ledge of a bridge. they tossed him a life jacket before they walked into dry land. three people were stranded and emergency workers pick them up from car roofs. the city was pummeled with hail and heavy wind. >> let's look at that on the map with dave and they get to local weather. in colorado, this is were severe weather is possible for later today. i want to show you the entire west with a high has been all this time as well is the heat wave that we have been talking about. it is a monsoon flow pattern on the western side where we are. what you have is the green where there is scattered shout -- are scattered showers
possible. that covers the mountains including yosemite. it goes around the corner to northern california just a touch. i wanted to show you that as well. there is a possibility of severe weather in the northeastern quadrant of colorado for later today. elsewhere, it is scattered shower activity. that will have its back broken as we go forward making our heat wave too. how are the temperatures? a few degrees cooler. we are five behind in concord and 7 behind in livermore. 3 behind in san jose. we are watching the warm happening today and it is not as aggressive as it has been. more green along the shoreline and the east peninsula. look at that spilling to the valleys a little bit. there is a little bit of them -- of an onshore flow. more cooling tonight then you have experienced the last couple of nights. 62 in downtown san francisco
and 62 for twin peaks. palo alto 78 and pacifica at about 71. looking at the east bay shoreline, let's go i-69 for oakland and 71 for hayward. those numbers are still quite lofty as you can see over the east bay hills. 20 of warmth to ditch -- to dish out for the remainder of the week. gradually dropping to the lower 90s. by tuesday, maybe even 80s and the forecast. robin, how are we doing on the forecast?>> is a good time to commute. in san francisco, here is a look at the toll plaza. a nice flow headed through the gates right now. all the way across the span into the skyway. no problems right now. if you need to get across 92, looking at the san mateo bridge, the brake lights are coming out of hayward. connecting from the nimitz freeway, no problems in san
leandro and it is a good all the way to foster city and san mateo. across the golden gate, it is foggy, but it is not impacting your right. checking in on drive times, just a little bit of slow traffic around the bay area and nothing major right now. looking at 580 w., the drive time increases, but it is under 10 minutes. headed west, fantastically no problems in antioch and headed tour contoured -- concorde. an 18 minute ride from -- to sunnyvale. it is 5:17 and survivors of sexual assault will hold a rally outside the building for judicial performance. they are calling from the remote -- for the removal of judge persky from the bench. he sentence brock turner to six
months in jail after he sexually assaulted an unconscious woman. today is the first time they will meet since the sentence went -- was handed down. sexual assault victims will share stories of survival. the group, ultraviolet, will prevent -- present a petition for the removal of the judge. to center -- decision 2016. hillary clinton is visiting san francisco today. clinton will hold a fund- raising luncheon in san francisco today starting at 11:00 a.m. it will feature actress jamie lee curtis. the campaign is not said where the event will be and it's not open to the public. the tickets range from $5000 $27,000. this is the first time clinton has visited the bay area since campaigning in the primary where she ran -- 153% of the
vote. -- one -- won 53% of the vote. right now they say there is no credible threat. the video shows the golden gate bridge and part of the city's financial district as well as powell street. it also shows the las vegas strip. a san francisco police spokesperson says they are aware of the video and it's critical to be extra vigilant in the wake of the orlando shootings. he said police are always ready and out there looking for anybody or anything suspicious. a condo fire in redwood city started around 7:00 yesterday morning on farm world fill of art. it was on the top floor of a three-story apartment complex. a firefighter injured while putting out the fire was taken to the hospital and treated. he has since been released. of fire destroyed a shed and a carport near interstate a
carport near interstate 80 around 11:00 yesterday morning at wallace avenue and lincoln rd., west. firefighters are not sure what was in the shed or the carport, but they were burned down and there was about $60,000 of damage. they burned power lines which made it more difficult but the fire out. they don't know the cause yet. only on kron 4 . police need help in finding suspects in a violent armed robbery.>> reporter: it happen on january 17 at the five guys restaurant in concord. we have the surveillance video of the robbie year -- robbery and the have not shown that to the public until now. >> this was a robbery that happened back in january. the case went cold because there is no further investigative leads. oftentimes, every few months, investigators open the cases again and they go through the
reports and through any evidence that we have. we like putting the information out there if we have nothing else. luckily, nobody was severely injured. the suspect got away that day. we know that there was somebody out there with information to help the investigators. kron 4 spoke with the manager of the five guys restaurant and he said they have been in business for years and this is the only time they have been robbed. it is 5:20 right now. california or voters will decide whether or not to legalize recreational marijuana. there are enough signatures to qualify for the ballot. that means one in every six americans will live in a state with legal marijuana sales, including the entire west coast. the measure as voters 21 and over to approve pot that
licensed retail outlets. it will also allow the growth of six marijuana plants for personal merit -- for personal use. it would raise revenue and reduce public safety costs by tens of millions of dollars. you are allowed to take a closer look at a new cafi where the entire menu is made of cereals. you may notice changes in the facebook the. that after the -- fee. that after the break. fog for now and traffic is light so far.
in 10 cities including san francisco. the events include categories like family, education, community and entertainment. across the country restaurants are adding all day reckless. kellogg's is opening a serial restaurant at the times square cafi. dishes will be made entirely from kellogg's cereal.>> i don't cook and i eat cereal at home. i'm not going out to eat cereal. you can have a bowl of fruit loops with winds at marshmallows and jam. -- lime zest marshmallows and jim -- jam. they open their doors friday in manhattan. >> i can see people with the ice cream and all of the toppings.>> i may have cereal tomorrow. it is 5:26 and james will
be back with more from the breaking news desk. there is a lot to cover regarding the deadly terror attacks at one of the largest airports in the world. we will hear from people who witnessed the suicide bombings in istanbul up next. investigating a special needs school in the east. the reason the school is being scrutinized coming up. a cool breeze is on in san francisco. breeze at 15-20 and we will have more as the news continues. (vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood...
it is 5:29 and i want to get you caught up on whether an traffic. we will get to traffic in a minute. everybody is anxious to hear about the move a few -- of a few degrees. it is 56 at oakland right now. 63 in antioch and 57 for hayward. it is 57 for san jose. everybody is running behind yesterday's performance except downtown san francisco in half moon bay. a good start with the fog moving in and all of that. we move up quickly. 62 for downtown san francisco. oakland at 69. the breakdown for us is 67 for the inland spots by midmorning. at 1:00 we will be at 84. we will revisit the 90s yet again. we will shave a few degrees off and we will have the details coming up. robin, what is the traffic update? things are changing at the
bay bridge toll plaza. on the right side it is getting crowded and backing up. on the left it is wide open and the fast track is wide open. all in all, looking good from oakland and san francisco. just a little bit of slow down in the cash lanes. westbound the drive time is looking good and is less than 30 minutes from the the -- from 205 to the interchange. nimitz, no problems for 680. i will look at the san mateo bridge looking up -- coming up in the next report. breaking news continuing. we are covering the terror attack at the estimable airport in turkey. >> james has the latest developments. >> reporter: we know 41 are dead and another 239 are injured after the devastating attack. investigators are sifting through the rubble of the
bombings yesterday. they are looking for clues as to who is responsible. there is cell phone video from the passengers and the airport regarding the chaos and the fear inside and outside of the airport. in all, three bombs went off at the airport. istanbul is one of the busiest airports in the world. they were carrying guns and they opened fire on travelers before detonating themselves. take a listen as witnesses describe the sense of confusion and fear in the airport is the attack was happening. >> i tried to keep his calm as possible, but there were people falling on the ground. >> i recognize the gunshots and i heard a huge explosion and i knew immediately that it was a bomb. i just both it is fast as i could. >> reporter: investigators believe that isis may have been involved. it calls for attacks during the holy month of ramadan which is in its third week right now. the airport closed overnight
and we are told it is open again with heightened security. investigators are looking through what is left of those bomb sites for clues. hopefully we will get a confirmation this morning during the broadcast as to who is responsible. thank you james. the presidential candidates are waiting in on what happened in his temple as well. hillary clinton posted a tweet, all american stand united with turkey against this campaign of hatred and violence. donald trump's tweet is right here. yet another terrorist attack, this time in turkey. will the world realize what is going on? so sad. more from the card -- the continuing coverage from istanbul. we will have that right here on the kron 4 morning news. you can go to our website, kron4.com, as well as the mobile app for the latest. the time is 5:33 and the state attorney general is talk
-- speaking out about the investigation into an east bay special needs school. this came after kron 4 had a special report on al of the gate -- allegations about abuse at tobin world. you can see a teacher's aid getting physical with a nine- year-old student. the investigation was initiated by the bureau of justice. it investigates the treatment of children with disabilities or possible civil rights violations. we did not have specifics about the investigation, but we do know that investigators are looking for more victims. >> to encourage victims to come forward and to let the public know that these children do matter. we want to know what is going on with them and we are concerned. we are doing something about it. >> reporter: so far, tobin world has not responded to the claims. one parent filed a lawsuit against the school for the way her son was treated. the attorney. general. said that parents can come forward through the bureau of justice website . we have
posted a link to the website on kron4.com gang members behind bars in connection with the deadly shooting outside of a first communion celebration and samler rando . -- san leandro. the shooting was at 7:30 in the evening on may 16. investigators believe that the shooting stemmed between -- from a long-standing feud. about 40-50 people were attending this first communion party at the senior center at the time of the part -- at the time of the shooting. he was a validated member of a gang and a minivan was seen speeding out of the parking lot at the time of the shooting. a crash to a nearby car and the people in the van fled. police found a loaded gun and link three people to the shooting. they arrested roberto riel as well as to juveniles. they will decide on june -- on
charges. a lake in oakland is closed because of toxic algae. park officials have bound -- band -- band swimming because of the talking -- toxic algae that was found monday night. it can cause eye irritation and gastrointestinal problems. it can be deadly for dogs. if you walk your dog in the area, keep them away from the water. the rest of the park and the lake are open for picnicking, fishing and height -- hiking. we will tell you how much the jackpot is worth. kron 4 is joining forces with other groups to shine light on the homeless problem in the area. after the break, you can get to the alameda county fair for free. we will tell you the
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welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. on the san mateo bridge, 92 w., i think you will like the driving conditions. not platt -- not bad coming out of hayward this morning. the drive time here for west 92 is still under 20 minutes from the mid--- from the nimitz south to 101. happening today. the alameda county fair is sending the put -- care packages to the deployed troops. they will be collecting items to send the troops overseas. today only the fair will output -- will offer fair -- free admission and one dollar rides if you participate in the
drive. all you have to do is bring two items from the list of things that the troops have requested. to see the list of what they would like, you go to the website. you pick up a couple of things and then you get into the fair for free. the mega million jock pot is growing. nobody one in last night's $390 million drawing. it is $415 million for friday night. the biggest drawing in history. the previous record was $360 million. the powerball is currently at $222 million . here are the numbers for the megamillion that nobody one. the next drawing is coming up with no winner in last night's jackpot. it is currently at $415 million. maybe you have some numbers and a little bit of money . >> there is always hope. buy your ticket. here is what we are working
on for kron 4 news at 6:00. we have a live team coverage looking at house the attack in -- at the airport is impacting the bait area. a fistfight with a security guard at a train station. we will show you what led to the flight -- the fight. cooler temperatures on the board if you look closely enough. 62 in san francisco. the reit -- the high temperatures will still reach the 90s. we have more in north -- is morning news continues.
it is 5:44 and here is a look at the top stories. 41 dead and over 150 people are dead after the terror attack at the airport in istanbul. no terror group has claimed responsibility, but isis is expected to be behind the attack. a teenage girl is dead and another girl was injured after they were hit by a car while they were walking in oakley. they were hit by the curb in an area where there are no
sidewalks. the driver was driving erratically before hand. two women and four children were killed in a fiery crash on the south side of los angeles. to fathers were outside of a van after a fender bender and they tried to get to their wives and children after the minivan was hit by a big rig. they were unable to get to the van because of the flames. the families were from san francisco and daly city. the time now is 5:44. we want to look at the traffic which should not be too bad yet. >> not too bad. it is slowing down. take a look. you can get to san francisco. no longer at the limit as a lot of folks are headed noon. this is normal for 5:45 in the morning. the suspension span and skyway looking good. it is only backed up at the toll plaza at the oakland side and the san francisco side looks great. i can tell you that is only eight minutes from the toll to the 101. here is the drive time of eight minutes. clear on 80 and 580 and out toward san rafael, no problem.
how about those drive times? highway 4 is picking up in the westbound direction. it is only 17 minutes from antioch to concord. no problems for 580 w. which is under 30 minutes. coming out of the south, no major trouble spot so far. when no one is looking good. also 880 is at the limit and 280 is a nice ride from cupertino. an easy 10 minutes. thank you robin. we have seen cooling happen around the bay from yesterday's performance. here's a live look at where the numbers stand. 51 for san francisco and oakland at 56. warm in antioch at 63 by comparison. finally getting some cooler air off towards the eastern regions. as we warm up today, we returned to the upper 90s in many locations. most will be restricted for much of the central valley. then a cool down tonight, some
of the cool air will spill to the valleys. better than what we have seen. as far as total cooling, not what we have been looking for and tell this weekend when all players are in place for a good strong offshore flow. we are getting an offshore flow to the east and there is monsoon moisture bubbling up which you can see. it may produce isolated showers for some of the mountains as you head to the -- some of the mountains. as you head to yosemite, you may see that tonight and tomorrow. 72 in san mateo and 78 in redwood city. palo alto at 78. no pitas at 77 and santa clara at 74. there is a slight change with that. here's the east bay shoreline. 78 for hayward and 67 for oakland. 92 for danville and livermore and 96. you can see pleasanton at around 94. it is a little bit of an improvement and better as we
go. dropping to lower 90s. really after july 4 we may see another night down -- knocked down. 86 on tuesday. it is 5:47 right now. all this week, kron 4 is taking part in an unprecedented media event. 70 outlets are taking part in shedding light on the homeless problem in the area. >> they are looking at transitional housing for the homeless this week.>> housing the homeless and supporting the homeless is one of the toughest things that the city can and has to do. there is the opening of the second navigation center of the homeless located in the old civic center hotel. >> what we provide here will help probably hundreds of people over the next two years have that runway and have that space to rebuild their lives.>> reporter: city officials hope to have that success with this 98 unit transitional housing
facility as they have with the first navigation center in the mission. >> be 83% of the people who have come through the center have landed into permanent housing. >> reporter: the focus of the conference was not just on housing. it was letting owners and business owners know that the city is not turning a blind eye on homeless encampments. >> i am happy to have the formation of a response team.>> reporter: made up of workers -- homeless workers, police and other staff will hit the streets in mid-august. >> we will not criminalize people on the streets or as people to move without having a place for them to go. programs like this and the new navigation center that we are working in the dogpatch as well as the existing center along with other ideas we are working on will create other -- places where people can go where they can essentially triaged. we will figure out how they can get into a longer-term shelter.
hopefully into permanent housing. >> reporter: they recognize the status quo is not good for anyone. >> it is not safe for the people in the encampments. it is not healthy or a human way for us to address the problem of homelessness.>> reporter: details of the response team are expected in the weeks ahead. in san francisco, dan kerman, kron 4 news a valid -- a ballot members -- measure in san francisco will help to pay for the housing. it will generate what -- around $120 million per year. the perception that well-paid tech workers are increasing housing costs and increasing evictions in the city. the board of supervisors hope to get it onto the november ballot. it will need a two third majority vote by voters. stay tuned for new stories on kron 4 i was we join forces
with dozens of media outlets to put light on the issue. all lanes of highway 17 in the santa cruz mountains are open after the wildfire croaked -- close both sides of the highway as we reported on the kron 4 morning news. one southbound lane of highway 17 was still closed all yesterday morning right up until last night as firefighters were watching for hot spots. at one point on monday, the highway was completely shut down because it was so close to the fire. you could see the smoke in this video from the helicopter in our partnership with abc 7 news. you can see the homes that were saved. investigators say that the fire started as a car fire and spread to nearby brush and trees. the fourth of july is around the corner and firefighters are worried about illegal fireworks this year with the increase fire risk a rock -- across california.>>
reporter: bait area city started selling safe fireworks yesterday. not every community allows them, but kron 4 was in dublin yesterday where it is legal to sell them. people were grabbing them up. calfire want you to know that even though the fireworks are labeled as safe, they can still be dangerous. 120 fires have been sparked by fireworks in the past years. destroying homes in the process and even in some cases causing injuries. before you purchase fireworks, make sure they are legal and make sure that you have a bucket of water or a hose handy just in case something goes wrong. as always, stay is safe distance from fireworks. the best piece of advice is to let the professionals handle it and enjoy an organized fireworks show. >> is that your best advice? i have something better.>> what
is it. -- what is it?>> don't even go to a show. watch all the shows in one on our kron 4 special at 9:00 p.m. at 9:00 on july 4, we will bring you the fireworks shows from around the bay. we go to san francisco and east bay and south bay . also some of the best from around the nation brought right to you. onto the bay bridge and game 2. the a's. >> that's tough. on a day like this -- that's tough on a day like this. >> they are getting and there pinchhitting. two runs and they get the lead for the giants. randy crawford with bases loaded and a triple. that puts the giants up 3. another pinch-hitter put open back up on top and there is troy tule whiskey. then the pitch to the left-
field bleachers. the giants bullpen comes crashing down and the 80s when 13-11. an exciting game. across the bay, game three is at the coliseum. the a's against the giants. on kron 4 morning news, you may notice new stars on the walk of fame. we will look at those being added in the next hour. a look at the final frontier is coming to washington, dc. a lot of trekkies are excited. that coming up next.
that is the uss enterprise model that was used in the original tv series. it has been painstakingly restored and is now on display. the uss enterprise will open this friday when the air and space museum celebrates its 40th anniversary. concern in the east bay after two teenage girls were hit by car in broad daylight. one was killed. what witnesses saw before the deadly accident. to deadly shootings in just two days in san jose -- two deadly shootings in just two days in san jose. we will tell you what led up to it. coming up we will have breaking coverage of the terrorist attack at the istanbul airport. there is more coming up on the investigation. (vo) with thousands of quality pre-owned vehicles...
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folsom. >> i am james fletcher. governor of istanbul says the death toll from the terror attack is now up to 41. this video reportedly shows the moment of one of the explosions. >> three suicide bombers arrived at the airport andn taxi and blew themselves up after opening fire. causing people to run towards the bombs. as many as 239 people were injured. 109 of them have been released from the hospital at this hour. >> we want the latest this morning with a 37 of the develops identified 10 national stacy coham has more from washington. >> reporter: here's what we know 3 bombs went off yesterday at istanbul airport one of the busiest airports in the world. three gunmen reportedly opened fire before detonating themselves at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. the passengers at istanbul airport scrambled terrified as
three gunmen attacked the airport. two were at international terminal. the third was in a parking lot. prime minister says preliminary fineings suggest all 3 opened fire before detonating explosive vests. video trin side shows people fleeing bright flashs and in one clip a gunman is apparently shot by security officer and drops to the floor. a few second later, there is an explosion. witnesses described the sense of confusion and fear in the airport. >> i tried to keep as calm as possible but you know there was a lot of people falling down on the ground and not knowing what's going on. >> i just recognized the gunshots and then heard this huge explosion and i knew immediately it was a bomb and i bolted as fast as i could. >> reporter: multiple u.s. official say isis is spues expected to be behind the attack but there's not been a claim of responsibility. the terrorist group called for attacks during the muslim holy
month of ramadan in the therd week. >> we are still collecting information -- third week. >> we are still collecting information trying to ascertain who did it and woint comment further exaccept to say it's dealy -- i won't comment further except to say it's daily fair and we need to counter state activists. >> reporter: the airport was closed overnight and reopened. faa has lifted a ground stop requirement for flights between istanbul at united states. in washington stacy coand reporting. and we have team coverage of the terror attack in what machines officials are doing to keep us safe here. >> let's get a updale from -- update from will tran who will explain how airports in the bay area are beeping up attack. >> reporter: they are on height nd a. -- heightened security alert. behind me you can see there is a san francisco police department van so you can see the presence at curbside and
speaking of curbside we will swing the camera around and you can see people dropping off loved ones and you will not be able to stay for very long. they are telling people drop off your loved ones say bye and you have to go. they are not playing around on any given day but especially after a tear of the attack. now let's show you some video of passengers arriving late last night from istanbul into san francisco international. this is around 6 last night. we got reaction from them and they are stunned obviously by what happened in the home country. we do know that another flight is scheduled to arrive at sfo at around 4 this afternoon. it's not just flights in and out of turkey. out of europe, this day and age it's small communities flights anywhere can be impacted by a terrorist attack. we tracked down a man a little earlier who says it's all he can do is trust the system. >> i would hope that the security procedures are in
police for this kind of travel. and certainly, what happened yesterday seems to be cropping up regularly around the world. so, san francisco would be no exception. and i am headed to new york which is an obvious target. >> reporter: the best advice that san francisco international officials are saying get here on time and security don't be surprised if they really screen you even that more thoroughly than normal especially after what happened in istanbul womb know about belgium and paris. so get here a little -- we know about bellium and paris --belgium and paris. get here a little early and don't joke along with the police officers they have security cameras and you can see it. there's always somebody watching at their terminal and their office as well. so they are taking it very seriously of course. more passengers are arriving and we will continue to talk to them and the flight from sfo to istanbul leaves at 7 tonight. back to you.
>> thanks will and stay with kron 4 for continuing coverageon the bombing and we will pri you updates as new information comes -- we will bring you updates as new information come in and have the mobile app and get psh alerts with breaking news. onto weather and traffic and weather has been making headlines for several days for the heat and now because we are lose being a few degrees. >> and the fog is rolling in. you can see just a seat fog going on as we start the day. this is making headway on the east bay as well. as we watch what happened overnight you can see it roll on in and gets up to about the hills and no further out of the sought bay as well. as far as temperatures 56 owningland. 58 concord. 65 apartment okay. 57 for livermore and san jose 58. this compares with 24 hours ago trailing compared to yesterday. we have got 7 degrees behind for livemore. and along the east bay
shoreline a few degrees off for san jose. so the game plan is to go forward. many ace areas will race plew the 90s. 68 for the bay siteside in and into the 50s for the coast. if you are headed to the beaches or coast for this weekend, you may pick up morning drizzle but. >> a alday rain event. robin has traffic. >> reporter: let's go over to the bay bridge and check the ride to san francisco. it continues to pick up here at the toll plaza. this backup stretches beyond west grant and it's not at the foot of the maze but it's great ride across the upper deck. drive time under 20 minutes from the maze to the skyway and getting crowded on the nimitz. so it is sluggish there but thedrive time is under 15 minutes into downtown from san leandro and 580 west.
smooth out of castro valley. i will look at the san mateo bridge in the next report. 6:06 and safety concerns in the east bay after two teens were hit by a girl in broad daylight in oakley. >> they were hit by a car and one died and the other is in critical condition. xavier harper is live in alameda this morning. averi. >> reporter: yeah we are here at washington park and i will show crowe what's -- you what's next to the park it's a street with a crosswalk things that are marked for pedestrians. this is not like where the girl was left dead and another in critical condition after a deadly crash in oakley. we have seen video from that yesterday. take a look. teenage girl is 15 and 17 years old were walking in oakley in an area with no sidewalk at 245 in the afternoon when they were struck by a woman driving a station wagon. car ran off the road and was found 150 yards away in field.
she was seen drive erratically before the crack crash. one of the teens was pronounced dead at the scene and didn't have id on her. and last check police were working to identify her. the other teen was airlifted to a hospital being treated for serious injuries. the driver has been detained but has not been arrested or charged with anything so they won't release her identity. police are checking to see if drugs or alcohol was factor in the crash. coming back out here live, i will be here at the park this morning to talk to parents about safety tips when they let their kids out especially now that school is out for the summer. i will be here to update you throughout the morning. back to you in the studio. >> thanks averi. and two women and four children from the bay area are dead after a fiery crash in southern california of the two bay area fathers had to watch as their wives and kids died in the wreck outside l.a. you can see the aftermath of the crash.
it happened early yesterday morning on i-5 in gorman. the minivan hate bmw and was stopped on the right hand shoulder. shortly after, a big rig barreled into the back of the minivan pushing it down a embank man where it burst into flames. the fathers were in the front seat and smashed by the big rig. they were able to get out and tried to rescue the wiebs and children but weren't able to because of the intensity of the fire. the two men were airlifted to a nearby hospital with moderate injuries. big rig driver was not injured. happening right now, police in the south bay are look for the person who shot and killed a man near the san jose state university campus. james fletcher is at the breaking news desk with details. >> reporter: that shooting happened outside several fraternity and sorority houses near campus. one man was killed and another was injured. and this is video from the scene and you can see damage to the window here on the side of the vehicle. the shooter is still on loose this morning. so police are desperately
searching for him. police say this happened in the street outside the fraternity and sorority houses at 2 yesterdaya noon. >> i hear a quick 3 to 5 gun shots and it was a pop and a pause and pop, pop and didn't seem like fireworks. it was in front of two houses azd and it was in front of the house in range of gunfire. >> reporter: no arrests have been made in the case so far. police have not released a description of the shooter. witnesses said that they saw an s-uv speed away from the scene. now this is the latest shooting in this area. 24th homicide so far in san jose this year and to put it in perspective, at this . last year they were dealing with 10. so a huge jump from last year. we will continue to follow the story and as soon as they issue a suspect description we will come back here and let you know darria. >> thanks james. and a shooting near san jose state one day after another deadly shooting in the
city. we told you about that yesterdayon the kron 4 morning news a man was shot and killed about 9 on monday night on cape astin court. police have not made any arrests or given a description the shooter. tell ahead on the kron 4 morning news a violent robbery caught on camera. video you will see only on kron 4. >> plus a search underway for people still missing after train collision in texas. we will have the latest in the overnight search efforts coming up. >> a live look at 92 the ride on the san mateo bridge picks up heading to the peninsula and word of a new crash before the toll plaza. details coming up after the break.
lack at the -- looking at the weather we will see a little differents -- deference in it will be cool -- deference. >> it will be cool are alodge the bay. >> -- cooler along the bay. >> we will take what we can get. >> here's at golden gate. fog is socked in, in spots and it will mix out rapidly this morning. jumping to the temperatures for you along the east bay shoreline middle 50s right now. 58 in concord. and antioch at of 5. livermore 57 and san francisco coming in at 51. warm up today not as much progress as we had from
yesterday. sure east bay shoreline remaining relatively cool as we see from the peninsula too but by tonight some of the ocean cool air will make its way east of the hills. it will take sometime to get there but maybe a little earlier for tonight than what we have experienced. let's check out the fog tracker here by 10 see it develop around the bay fog rolling on in during the a's game tonight. you can see it is getting into valleys and reducing visibility levels a little bit. they are into the single digits as you will note a single digit. by 9 a.m. this clears out for moat of the bay. temperatures today, downtown about 62. we will mayoror that for twin peaks. and 61 daley city. palo alto 78. and for the east bay shoreline, we will come in for oak lan at 69. 78 for hayward and danville about 92 and livermore at 96. maybe a few early scattered
clouds. 91 for san are a mow and -- san are a monday and pleasanton. we get down to the lower 90s heading into the weekend. with the exception of monday it's a trend that continues into next week. 86 by tuesday. and that's a nice trend. for the bay lower 70s at that. robin has a check on your traffic. >> reporter: let's head over to 92 on the san mateo bridge commute. the commute side on right. westbound coming out of hayward. so it's moving well after the toll plaza on the flat section and continuing to the peninsula but on the hayward side that he a problem an accident westbound right before the pay gates blocking one lane and it's not a major hot spot and you can see that's back up the ride coming from just about the nimitz freeway and it's slow leaving hayward and after the toll plazzate hive shot i showed you it will pick up so crowded here picking up with less than 25 minutes getting across. let's head over to 608 and
crowded southbound approaching sunol and it's 19 minutes drive time from the dublin enterchange to mission south. and that's considered a good drive. leaving sunol into fremont and milpitas that looks great. checking in on golden gate bridge the ride into and out of soon fran smooth but you may need headlights and wipers. no major problems from the north bay less than 25 minutes the 101-37 split to the san francisco side of the brj approaching the toll plaza. let's check in on the south bay. no major hot spots right now. but it's pick up on north 1001 between 680 and 880. moderate slowing so not a bad commute. drip 21 minutes from 8-- drive time 21 minutes to 85. 6:17 and survivors of sexual assault and bay area residents will rally outside the california commission for judicial performance in san francisco today calling for the
removal of judge aaron p-erske who sentenced brock turner to 6 month in jail for the sexual assault of a unconscious woman. at today's rally nearly a dozen sexual assault victims are going to share their stories of survival and the group ultra violet will prept a petition with 1.2 million signatures calling for his removal. and 2016 hillary clinton visiting san francisco today. she will hold a fund raising lunch in in san francisco starting at 11 featuring guests including jammy lee curtis and planned parenthood president. and the campaign has not said where it will be held and it's not opened to the public. tanks range between 500 and $27,000. it's the first time hillary clinton visited the bay area since campaigning ahead of the june 7th primary winning more than 53% of the vote.
disturbing isis propaganda video featuring image of the golden gate bridge and other famous spots in san francisco. let's look at some of the video. there's the golden gate bridge and the fbi is trying to figure out where it came from. right now they say there is not a credible threat but the video in addition to the golden gate bridge shows part of the financial district and powell street and it shows the las vegas strip. kron 4 spoke with former fbi agent who said it could inspire home grown terrorism like omar mateen. >> what you are looking for from the fbion or any intelligence organization is do they have recent information to corroborate the video or other source that incates there's something to do this. if they say it's no credible threat and that's it and the only concern is somehow a lonewolf put it together with no connection to isis or al kid
-- al-qaeda and might do something. that's the only thing that we have. a san francisco police spokesperson are aware of the video and it's critical to the extra vigilant in the wake of the orlando shootings and say police are ready and out looking for anything or anyone suspicious. and happening now crews are still on the scene of a train collision in texas. several people are missing this morning. james fletcher is following that. >> reporter: this morning three people are unaccounted for. search crews looked for them throughout the night as firefighters battled flames at the crash scene. we have video of the site we can share this morning many look at the smoke billowing from the point where the freight trains collided. this was yesterday. investigators say flames are blocking efforts to search some of the wreckage this morning as they continue to look for the dosh -- for the missing crew members. the trains were on the same track headed straight for each other tuesday when they collided and there were two people on each train so four people total, one person was able to jump from the train
before they collided and he is lee covering -- recovering at the hospital but the other three are still unaccounted for. the ntsb is investigating the crash and we are getting word the federal railroad administration says it has aninvestigator on-site as well. this is two agencies hopefully will get to the bottom of this. and as we get new details we will come back. firefighters recovering from injuries after a condo fire in redwood city that started around 7 yesterday morning on farm hill bull vard. the fire burned -- boulevard. fire burned on the top floor of a 3 story condo complex. the firefighter was injured and putting the fire out and taken to the hospital for treatment. in vallejo a fire destroyed a shed and carport near interstate 80 after 11 yesterday morning on wallace avenue near livingon -- lincoln road west. they don't know what was in the carport or shed because they were completely burned down.
and there's downed power lines in that area which made it difficult for the firefighters to do their jobs and investigators think the fire may have been started by a cigarette. over the weekend the cigarette sparked another fire that destroyed one home and damaged others in antioch. to a story only on kron 4 police need help finding people involved in a violent armed robbery on january 17th at five guys restaurant in the clayton valley shopping center. we obtain the surveillance video of the robbery. investigators have not shown the images to the public until now. >> yeah so this was the robbery that happened in january and it is a case that went cold. because there's no further investigative lead. so, oftentimes every few months investigators open the cases again they go through the reports and any evidence that we have and we like to put the information out there if we have nothing else. luck will you no one was is you
-- luckily no one was severely injured but the suspect got away and we know someone can help investigators. >> kron 4 spoke with the manager of five buys and he says the business has been there for five years and this is the first and only time the restaurant has been robbed. time is 6:23. and big news this morning. californians will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana. proponents have turned in more than enough signatures to get it on the ballot a successful ballot would mean 1 in 6 would live in a neighborhood. they asked to allow those 21 and older to buy a ounce of pike at licenseed retail outlets and allow you to grow up to 6 pot plants for personal recreational use. state official estimate it would raise as much as $1 billion per year in revenue and reduce public safety costs by tens of millions of dollars. a woman attacks a security
officer at a train station. this in missouri. and look at the attack of the caught on camera, she is punching the security officer st. louis county police say the fight started after she punched the security guard in the face and the video shows people standing around pass injuries say the woman's actions was upset and they don't know whyshe punched the security guard. popular east bay lake is closed ahead of the holiday weekend. find out why you have to stay out of the water. and after the break, find out how facebook is making changes encouraging you to share more. and live look here at the commuter of the san mateo bridge. a easy right this lake in the morning at 6:24. and lads and that's good thing. it means a little cooler at the coast today. to there ♪
welcome back. it's 6:26. i am tracking your commute and there's a lot of stop and go traffic. starting off with the bay bridge ride into san francisco backed up beyond west grand another stretch of heavy traffic from the suspension getting off at fremont street continuing onto the westbound skyway out to 5 so it will be 15 to 20 minutes for the maze in downton san francisco. keeping an eye on an accident in hayward west 92 before the
san mateo bridge toll plaza blocking the middle lane and clearing but isbacking traffic to the nimitz. heavier trsk for southbound -- traffic for the southbound drive. that bumped up the drive time in facebook like button on the web has a new look. but the change is so sutel you probably didn't -- subtle you probably didn't notice. when you post a article they ditch the company's logo in favor of a thumbs up icon to get people to share more through social media. the company announced it's part of a back of changes including two grueingel chrome extensions share and save to facebook. next time you walk on hollywood walk of fame there's new stars. the class of 2017 was announced so some of the stars that were honored, golden globe winner
aama imadam -- amy adams and chris pratt this is not work out the graphics are covering everybody's face. >> you have to pay for it. >> yeah. ice cube is on the list, that's in music john legend is andn sync and new edition. >> lot of stars. coming up on the kron 4 morning news we will follow breaking news out of turkey as the death toll continues to rise following a suicide bomber attack in istanbul. after the break you will hear from people who were inside the airport as the bombings went off. >> here's the temperatures right now. upper 50s along the east bay shoreline. 65 to antioch and downtown 51. kron 4 morning news continues. i just picked us up 2 breakfast croissants for $4, when this bear attacked. with one swipe, it devoured one of the croissants. then jack showed up, and took care of the beast, so i could escape. and that's what happened to your breakfast croissant.
welcome back. looks like the rebound continues on wall street after the dow gained 269 point yesterday after falling nearly 900 points by the friday and monday with the britain exiting thureo -- euro zone. dow futures up 131 and we will watch wall street. and also woofing weather and traffic. -- watching weather and traffic things look different who we are dealing with fog to start off here at suit row camera showing the city of fog for the day. 50s going on here the upper 50s along the the east bay and 58 for concord. 58 to match in san jose with mountainview at 56. we are not going to hold onto this but we are off to a cooler start than yesterday a couple degrees off techly livermore in negative 7 and negative 3 for concord and degree or two off you can see east by shoreline and here's the fog that rolled in overnight. a little more aggressive coverage. not quite getting over the hills for last night's prl
formance. maybe a little -- performance. maybe a little better late tonight. an indication we are improving. 87 or so going on by 2. and 68 or so for the bay and 56 for the coast. by the way as we get more of the onshore flow maybe drizzle patchy at that in the holiday hours and the sun will come out in the afternoon. let's check in with traffic with robin. >> reporter: let's start with the commute let's back this up and show you the ride on the sanja te'o bridge a accident is working westbound right before the toll plaza. blocking the middle lane looks like a car is not drivable sob the tow truck is on the way to the crone and if you look at the sensors it's packing up the ride on the nimitz and that will spill tosser880 south and this after the toll plaza shows you traffic will pick up after the crash so everybody is stuck behind it out of hayward onto the him init but the ride from the toll plaza on the san mateo bridge into high rise and
foster city that portion of the commute looks good. i will check tonight golden gate -- check in on golden gate in the next report. we are following a breaking news story. death toll from a deadly attack at a turkish airport at # 1 can over 200 others injured after three suicide bombers set off a slice of explosions. >> operations resumed and people inside when the attack happened reed binnion has the story. screams explosion and gunfire ring the air witnesses recalling the chaos at one of the busiest airports the barrage of gun phone followed by explosion as they detonated suicide vests. a passenger was greeted by the carnage moments after the flight landed. >> i stepped out of the plane and hooked around the corner and it's a wave -- looked around the corn and it's wave
of screaming people. >> reporter: another witness saw pandemonium and confusion as terrified crowds fled. >> it was a mood of heightened panic and there was no way to get out. >> reporter: some travelers crouched in fear and others hid and others searched for any means of escape. >> we tried to get out of the windows from the turk irairlines lounge. but of course the glass was too heavy. it was total desperation. >> reporter: in the moments after the attack shock and grief and dries pair on the other side of the atlantic those who took off before the attack landed in boston greeted by concern and grief. >> after the landing when i open my phone i saw some friends messages that they are asking that the yellow cab. >> reporter: oil reed binnion reporting. >> the attack could have the impact on the presidential race. we will see how presidential candidates are reacting james.
>> reporter: we have a couple graphics prepared for you. first we want to start off with hillary clinton who posted on twitter again just moments after the attack there at the airport "all americans stand united with the people of turkey against the campaign of hatred and violence. donald trump also took to social media tweeting another terrorist attack in turkey will the world realize what's going on and add we must do everything possible to keep horrible terrorism out of the united states and thiscomes as new polls shows the majority of americans think trump would be more effect any of handling isis despite the fact isis has not claimed responsibility for the attack in turkey and they are the leading suspect in all of this. by contrast to that poll, the pugh research sent der a study and did a multination survey of countries in both europe and asia asking what the confidence level was in donald trump to manage foreign policy and apparently the results came in
rock bottom with majority of the nations ranking him in the single digits. and confidence in hillary clinton on the other hand was right around 59% on average. so interesting numbers coming in this morning. guys. >> thanks james. it's 6:35. state attorney general kamala harris is speak about the investigation into east bay special needs school after a kron 4 special report on allegations of abuse at that school called tobin world in antioch and in the video you see a teacher's aide getting physical with a 9-year-old student. the investigation was launched by the bureau of children's justice focusing on tobin world and the treatment of students with disabilities. and investigators are looking for potential civil rights violations. harris couldn't give specifics about the investigation but she says investigators are looking for more victims. >> to encourage victims to come forward. and to let the public know that these children do matter. we want to know what's going on
with them and we are concerned and we are doing something about it. >> so far tobin world has not responded to the allegations. one parent filed a lawsuit against the school for the way her son was treated. attorney general harris says victims can come forward through the bureau of children's justice website. we have posted that link on kron 4.com. and three reputed gangs members are behind bars in connection with a deadly shooting in san leandro. a 28-year-old was shot outside the san leandro senior community center at 7:30 in the evening on may 16th. here's video from the scene. investigators believe the shooting stemmed from a long- standing feud between rival factions of the gang. about 40 to 50 people were attending the first communion party for a baby at the senior center and he was shot outside he was a member of the gang. and a minivan was seen speeding out of the parking lot and
crashed into a car and the people signed fled. police found a loaded gun and evidence linking three people to the shooting and arrested 25- year-old villarreal and two juveniles. police will present the report on the shooting to the alameda county da's office this morning to decide on charges in the case. he is due in court this afternoon. lake temescal is closed and swimming has been banned until frgt notice. they found toxic algea in the lake on monday night that can cause rashes and skin and eye irritation and gastrointestinal problems and bed itly for dogs so make sure if you walking your dog in the area keep them away from the water. the rest of the park around the area is opened for walking dogs picnicking and hike and the like. coming up to continue the series on the oldest problem in the bay area more on new ballot mashure that aims to help -- measure that aims to help
homeless. and why some say it's not enough. after the break a bear darts across the highway. we will show you what happens next. live look at golden gate we are fogged in and we will have more on slight cool down especially in the inland spots that's going to be hot and more on your 4th of july weekend forecast ahead.
well come back to the kron 4 -- welcome back to the kron 4 morning news it's 6:40. it continues to pick up it's backed up behind the toll plaza and there's heavy traffic on the bridge because of an accident on the skyway. this is westbound at 5th so it's backed up on the suspension through the tunnel. and here behind the toll plaza this backup reaches the foot of the maze so much heavier traffic coming in and your drive time 22 to 25 minutes from the maze to the skyway and i will keep an eye on the crash and let you know when it is out of the way. bear runs across the highway in missouri and gets hit by a truck traveling 65 miles an hour and the bear bounces right up. watch this. watch this. that's how strong a bear is my god he takes off running. the whole thing caught on a police officer's dash cam video recorder. according to the highway patrol, the bear actually was uninjured. look at it again isn't that
amazing. >> that's fast. here's some of the stories for the kron 4 morning news at 7. two bay area teens are hit by a car walk across the street and this morning it reminds a lot of parents to talk to their kids about street safety. we will have some tips to keep your kids safe. >> and an important recall to tell you b millions of cars being recalled because of two separate issues. see if your car is one of them noon the list is out we will tell you which dangerous ties to keep away -- toys to keep away from your kids. those stories and more in the next hour. >> we are sailing behind from where we were yesterday how about that. 7 degrees behind for livermore so far. 3 behind in concord and up to a good start but still going to be plenty hot in the east bay. details on that. kron 4 morning news continues.
istanbul turkey no terror group claimed responsibility for the three suicide bombers. that attacked the airport but isis is suspected to be behind. a teenage girl is in dead and another in critical condition afterring hit by car. they with a woking along a curb -- walking along a curb where there was no sidewalk. the driver was driving erratically before it happened. two women and four children from the bay area were killed in crash near the grapevine in los angeles. two fathers were inside the van at the time trying to get wives and children out but were unable to as the van erupted in flames. they were from san francisco and daily dash daley city. i want -- daley city. i want to get caught up on weather. things look different. >> we have fog rolling in covering the bay right now. but we will warm up again and bit by bit we are geeing there for a decent weekend. here's a live look at the bay bridge. overcast hanging over but you
go up a couple,000 feet and different story helping a. warmup you can see again today a lot of red covering a lot of territory going forward. than by tonight there is the cooler stuff back in and at 6 it's not much progress over the hills. later when the the overnight you can see it spilling into the valleys but it's going to be late until that happens and still lots of 90s will populate the east bay inland regions so you expect that. temperatures standing at 56 oakland 57 for hayward. concord 58. 57 for livermore and we can dig the 50s. 51 for san francisco. closer inspection we see the san mateo at 71. redwood city pair of 7s with palo alto at 79. down to the south by a we are looking at -- bay we are looking at 78. and east bay shoreline pretty much into the 60s. we will try 69 for oakland and 78 for hayward and danville about 92. 96 for livermore and pleasantton at 94 and san are a
mow at 91. step by step and we drop off heading into the weekend. we have a bit of an onshore flow so maybe coasta drizzle in the morning patchy at that mixing out to a mostly sunny afternoon. so, don't worry about that. bay area temperatures mid-70s. and then into early next week we warm up temporarily on monday. tuesday how about the 86 going on for the inland valleys and chilly at the coast. robin what's going on with traffic. >> reporter: slow traffic into san francisco thanks to an incident on the skyway. it continues to back up behind the toll plaza. trns out it's not a crash it's -- turns out it's not a crash it's stall someone ran out of gas blocking the right lane and backing up across the upper deck through the toll plaza and pretty crowded coming out of the maze. so, now it's holding at the maze and 25 minutes into san francisco. and once again that stall is cleared so that should loosen up. there it is once the stall clears out of the way on the skyway should pick up heading on the bay bridge into san francisco. it's not a bad ride. it's just slow because of that.
let's go over to the east bay. we had a trouble spot on san mateo bridge westbound 92 before the toll plaza that cleared but the backup is over to the nimitz and southbound nimitz will be stop and go from 238 so 34 minutes from 238 to 237. san mateo bridge ride after the toll plaza you can see it's crowded on the flute flat section off and on crowding heading over to the high rise but not a bad commute. for those traveling through the south bay this morning i will look at those drive times coming up in my next report. mark. >> thank you. we are taking part in an unprecedented media event with 71 media outlets joining force shining a light on homeless problem in san francisco and bay area. will be on november ballot in san francisco. it would allow law enforcement to remove homeless encampments under certain circumstances. >> spencer blake spoke with the coalition on homelessness and some people on the streets he
about the measure which they say won't solve the problem. >> reporter: the homelessness problem is not going anywhere in san francisco. but the so-called tent cities might be. depending on a vote this fall. cuber-- the plan bough let police clear out encampments as long as they provide written notice 24 hours ahead of time and would have offer a bed or shelter before telling people to move along. >> we can't police ourselves with the homeless crisis. >>reporter: the coalition of momless -- homelessness is not mensing words. >> this is antihomeless law. okay we have plenty of those. >> reporter: under the proposal law enforce hadn't could seize personal eye -- enforcement could seize personal items and they would have 90 days to reclaim them homeless people were upset about the bag and tag policies before the initiative made the ballot. >> i can't figure out what i am supposed to do if i can't abandon my stuff to look for a
job or you know, come back and everything you had is gone. >> reporter: the coally -- coalition listed several problems with the idea. first they say homelessness is a social issue that shouldn't be handled by police at all. they say it's piewn if i have a violation of civil human rights and on top of that ineffect knife they will do a sweep and they know with to go and then people shift like a block away. >> reporter: human rights organizer says the required offer of a bed or shelter wouldn't work because it would take spot away from one of the 800 plus people on shelter wait list. so is there a better option to clean up the streets? >> i would reduce money spent on i mean enforcement policy and that money transferred to a policy that provides affordable and supportive policies. >> reporter: but right now the budget for housing and urban development is not growing. but the number of homeless is. more than 6600 people are still
living on the streets in san francisco. spencer blake, kron 4 news. >> and the proposed ballot measure in san francisco would impose a tax on tech firms to pay for affordable housing and homeless service a san francisco supervisor says it would generate 120 million dollars a year. the measure targets the perception that influx of well paid tech workers fueled housing crews and fueled evicks it will require 6 votes from the superviseor on november ballot and 2/3 majority vote to within approval by voters. we will cover the flight of the homeless this week long so stay tuned to kron 4. we have stories all week and we will join force was dozens of other media outlooks to focus on the important issue. and the highway 17 in the santa cruz mountains are backopened after a wild fire closed both sides of the highway a brush fire broke out on monday afternoon near the redwood estates community. one southbound lane of 17 was
sill closed until yesterday evening as fire faters watched for hot spots. on mont highway was completely shut down in the area because the fire was so close to highway 17. you can see the smoke from our helicopter partnership abc7 news and the video and the firestarted as a car fire and spread and threatened homes. the force of july is around the corner and firefighters are worried about illegal fireworks because of the fire risk we are seeing across the whole bay area and california. bay area cities started to sell safe and sane fireworks yesterday. not every community allows them. but kron 4 was in dublin where fireworks are legal. and cal fire is warning people even though the fireworks are dubbed safe, they can be dangerous. over the past 5 months more than 2500 fires have been sparked by fireworks burning thousands of acres destroying homes and causing injuries. so before you buy the fireworks make sure they are legal and make sure they have a -- you
have a bucket of water and hose in case something goes wrong and staying safe means staying a safe distance away from the fireworks too. >> and staying safe means watching fireworks on television and watch our 4th of fireworks show catch the july 4th live show right here on kron 4. coverage starts at 9 p.m. on the 4th of july on monday. we will be live along the embarcadero at fireworks celebrations and we will show you fireworks all around the bay. here on kron 4. >> i would bold to say watching tv is the safest thing to say. >> probably. >> has anyone been hrt by watching tv. >> don't choke on your food while watching television. >> we will back with moo in a -- more in a few as we look outside where the kron 4 studios are located in san francisco. we will be right back.
scrambling -- picture of the deer. the store manager says the animal was badly hurt after trying to run through the glass windows of the strip mall. the deer didn't cause damage and laid down in the liquor section. police and department of natural resources arrived and evacuated the store. but after hoon hour the deer was removed. >> it's not the deer it's the pegly wiggly. >> yeah no pigs in there. >> that's wrong. coming up in the next hour we will continue to follow breaking news out of turkey that deadly attack that airport in istanbul and we have team coverage including a look at how airports here in the bay area are stepping up their security. and a warning for moms the new list of toys that you might want to avoid giving your child this summer. and in gary's worl the marathon game between a's and giants the team aingeeling to get harrison barnes and forget zika the police say you are not safe if you go to rio.
blew themselves up. first, open fire. some of the people ended up running toward some of the bombers. there were 239 people injured and 109 of those people have been reallied from the hospital this morning. the governor's office said 37 of the victims killed have been identified as of right now. ten of them were foreign nationals. witnesses heard gun fire followed by explosions and saw people who were badly injured. no one has claimed responsibility for the attack so far, but investigators believe it was, in fact, isis. >> we want to go live to istanbul now. here's the very latest on this terror attack. >> reporter: the operations have resumed here at ataturk international airport. we're seeing flights slowly returning to this major transportation hub, one of the busiest airports in the world. we saw a cleanup operation under way. they were trying to restore a