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morning news. >>james: 408 is the time. juries have found two men guilty of taking part in the gang rape of a 16-year-old girl. it happened outside the richmond high school homecoming dance back in 2009. the girl was found by police slumped under a picnic table. prosecutors say more than a dozen men were on the scene as she was attacked. kron 4's dan kerman has the details on the guilty verdicts. >> we the jury signed the defendant marcellus james peter guilty of forcible act of sexual penetration while acting in concert. we the jury find the defendant marcellus james peter guilty
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of forcible oral copulation. >> it began with three guilty verdicts. one with special circumstances for marcellus peter. one of two men trial for the gang rape of a 16 year-old girl out of a richmond high school homecoming game. then it was jose montano to hear his fate. >> we the jury find the defendant jose carlos montano guilty of forcible rape while acting in concert. >> again 3 guilty verdicts and one for special,-jeff special circumstances. >> when you combine witnesses and a police investigation and scientific evidence, then it becomes compelling. sentencing for the two is for august 16th. each face 33 years to life in prison. that's the
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latest, dan carmen, kron 4 news. >>james:onto a national story. a 4-year-old michigan boy found something unusual in a fast food meal. a pipe -- loaded with marijuana. it happened tuesday at a burger king in the town of dundee. the boy's grandfather went back to the burger king to talk with a manager - and police. that's when he noticed something suspicious going on in the parking lot between an employee -- and two other people. >>erica:"he did a really great thing. he wrote down a description of the car and gave a license plate, wrote it down and gave it to my officer when he arrived at the scene and my officer was able to locate those two suspects and they admitted police still aren't sure how the pipe got into the boy's meal. but all three suspects are facing charges for possession of marijuana. at 40 level will take a break. cloudy out there this morning as once again we are
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waiting to a fairly thick marine layer.
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>>james:in southern california fire officials are worried that spikes in heat will continue to feed the 35-square mile wildfire you can see the massive flames that are approaching the town of idyllwild, in the steep mountains just west of palm springs. the flames have destroyed at least six houses and a mobile home. the town's residents and tourists were already told to evacuate, but officials
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warn that if conditions worsen, they may not be able to help the 5 percent who refuse to leave. >>darya: >>erica: temperatures off to a cooler start again this morning with 55 currently in downtown san francisco and 57 and san jose. let's follow those temperatures into the afternoon. you will notice barely any '60s. green severely limited because temperatures already in the '70s and '80s. putting the clock and the motion, or read indicating eighties and nineties. looks
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like temperatures around the seasonal average as we start the next work week. no chance for rain within the next seven days. time on the clock is 416. let's look at traffic now. >>janu: as we approach the bay bridge toll plaza you can see the west about 80 ride moving along well and not encounter any problems there. headed over to the
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golden gate bridge, not tracking any incidents or delays. taking a look at traffic maps. starting off in the east bay. we are not tracking any delays westbound 580 graeme on your screen indicating everything running smoothly. not any delays and the north bay heading north marin county. >>james:police have arrested a cook accused of poisoning to death 23 people in central pakistan in a political feud between two branches of the same family. the incident followed recent provincial elections in which one cousin lost to another.
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the cook was payed to poison food at his rival's home in mailsi town in punjab province last month. nearly 50 people became sick, and 22 died the cook has confessed to poisoning the food the national security agency is implementing new security measures. this comes after n-s-a system administrator edward snowden leaked classified documents. deputy defense secretary ashton carter says system administrators now must work with another colleague when accessing sensitive intelligence. he says the "two-man rule"
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will be implemented everywhere administrators have elevated clearance to read sensitive information. access to data will be limited as well. a campaign is underway in washington to push house lawmakers to pass legislation offering u-s citizenship to millions of people. business, religious and other groups with ties to house republicans are under pressure from immigration overhaul backers to step up their efforts. immigration legislation has been in limbo since the senate last month passed a far reaching measure to secure the border and create a path to citizenship for 11 million people already living in the country trayvon martin's parents are talking about the acquittal of george zimmerman. the florida man found not
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guilty in their 17-year-old son's death. they talked to cnn's anderson cooper about how they're coping. trayvon's mother says she felt she needed to sit through every day of the trial, because her son was not there to speak for police are continuing to search for suspects that vandalized downtown oakland during three nights of protests following the *not guilty verdict. nine people were arrested during those protests, three of them have been charged of their crimes already. police have released new photos of some of the vandals who have not been identified. take a look at this. one photo shows a man standing in front of an
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oakland store, one of the businesses where the windows were broken. and there's a photo of another suspected vandal. you can see his face as he's running away from the scene. police have released these photos and others -- in the hopes they can get some help in identifying the vandals. during the monday protests, a waiter was hit in the head by a protestor with a
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hammer. drew cribley had been trying to protect the restaurant where he works. he sat down with kron four's terisa estacio to talk about what happened. it is 422. we will take a quick break. we will have more news though coming up and just a minute. here is a look at san francisco temperatures. 54 right now. looking for 67 later today.
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>>erica: good morning and welcome to the kron4 morning news. right now it is 424 we are focusing on our friday forecast. not nearly as foggy as extensively as we saw yesterday. focusing on afternoon highs, livermore and pleasanton 94 degrees. los '70s along the east bay shoreline. we have a ridge of high pressure bringing a warmer air mass into the bay area. temperatures will continue to warm as we head into your saturday. slightly cooler conditions by the end of the weekend. but we're still talking in low 90s inland low seventies around the bay and low 60s along the coast. dimeters around the seasonal average as the starter next workweek than 7 day around the bay forecast coming up in just a few minutes >>james:an initiative called "s-o-s" or save our smart
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phone's could help protect your phone from thieves. it was announced yesterday by san francisco's d-a and the new york attorney general. kron four's scott rates tells us how the program >>: we will get that story coming up in just a bit. and the meantime, we will take a quick break coming up in the kron4 morning news. we'll have more headlines it we will try to get scott rates story prepared for your viewing later on. here's traffic moving well. no issues for the san ramon valley at this early hour. it is friday so we are hoping for a friday light drive. we will be right back.
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we are back. it is 428 as we take a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. all in all, not to bet on the weather front. a little bit cool but we are going to be enjoying warm temperatures
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once again and for the latest on that and your weekend here is erica. >>erica:. good morning and happy friday to you james. we are waking up to 60 out and antioch. some places still on the chilly side like downtown san francisco. warmer and sunnier conditions into the afternoon. as we head into tomorrow, sunny skies will stick around and temperatures will increase by about 1 to 2 degrees. saturday is shaping up to be the warmest day of the week with gradually cooler conditions by sunday and as we start the next work week. you notice and to the in o'clock hour. we are dealing with a shallow marine layer which is really compressed and will pull back into the early afternoon so before we even had much time, looks like most of us will see sunny skies expect a little bit of cloud cover to remain
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along the coast line however. birkenau afternoon highs, starting with hot spots. its board at 95, 98 in brentwood. east bay shoreline we have '70s on the board. looks like 75 for san leandro, 73 for those of you and hayward. to the south bay we go, it is shaping up to be a gorgeous day with 80 degrees in los gatos 88 in sunnyvale downtown san francisco and the upper 60s low seventies for san mateo and looks like a very pleasant day and the north bay if you're heading up to the wine country. 88 and sonoma and fare filled with a high of 94 degrees. your kron 47 day around the bay forecast shows warmer weather in to tomorrow. we will see more and the way of morning fog, after no such as we start the next work week. temperatures are around the seasonal average with a pretty far in one
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spot, 07 is around the bay at low 60s along the east bay shoreline. here is your traffic. >>janu: we are not tracking any problems at the bay bridge toll plaza. or the san mateo bridge and as we head towards the golden gate bridge, you can see no problems or incidents to report on our snowbound or southbound. >>james: the market is here on the corner of high street and santa clara. it is just around the corner but police will continue their investigation. police say
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they responded to a shot fired call around 1030 last night. when they showed up, they show that off-duty officer inside the market and police say what it was inside that market, two masked armed robbers entered in tried to hold up the store. fearing for the safety of himself and the other customers, the off- duty officer shot and killed one of the masked man. police say the second person got away and they are currently checking in the area as well as with hospitals because they said the second person might have been hit by that office-just off-duty officer. this is an ongoing investigation. police tell me they will have the a block tape down. at a second robber--second robbery that happened here at this market about eight days ago. they are looking in to see if there was any connection. >>james: the investigation
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continues this morning into a fatal officer involved
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shooting in the block a bill. it all started around 7:00 last night when police got a call about a suspicious man and south of vacaville. officers respond in tried to talk to the man but he refused and instead led them on a brief car chase. it ended with a suspect in getting out of his car and charging officers with three weapons including a knife and hammer. that's when police opened fire killing him. the man's identity has not been released. no one else was injured. the san mateo county coroner's office will release the results today on how one of the asiana vic tims died. the report will reveal whether 16 year-old ye mengyuan was killed in the crash or run over by an emergency vehicle. asiana
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flight 214 crashed landed at sfo on july 6th, that judge killing three people and injuring dozens. the ntsb is still trying to figure out the cause of the crash. but initial investigation shows that the plane was flying too low at dangerously slow speeds. negotiators for bart and it's unions will be back at the bargaining table this morning. contract talks are set to resume at 9:00. as we've reported, both sides still seem far apart on an agreement. union leaders have threatened to strike again if a new contract isn't hammered out by august 4th. workers say they are prepared to walk off the job for much longer than the four days we saw at the beginning of the month. we'll keep you updated on the negotiations. a community is mourning the
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death of an eight-year-old oakland girl. here is what we know this morning. no arrests have made. police don't have a suspect or a motive. they say a man knocked on the door of an apartment just before 11:30 on wednesday night on the 34- hundred block of wilson avenue. then opened fire on the people inside. 8-year-old alaysha carradine was shot and later died at oaklan'd children hospital. she was visiting her friend for a sleep-over. two other children were also wounded. so was their 64-year-old grandmother. police investigating the shooting say they are determined to catch the killer. return to index of ------------------------ 8-year-old alaysha carradind would have been a
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third-grader at fruitvale elementary in the fall. a memorial is growing in front of the home of the slain 8-year-old girl, and police are searching for the shooter. kron 4's will tran is live in oakland with the latest on the investigation. people from the neighborhood where alaysha was killed held a rally last night. won't be kept. homeland seurity secretary janet napolitano has been confirmed as the new president of the university of california system. some students weren't happy about that -- citing her role in deporting illegal
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immigrants during the obama administration. 6 students who refused to leave were handcuffed and arrested. one was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. napolitano is the first female president of the u-c system. she defended her track record on immigration, saying she's been an advocate for the federal dream act. she'll get a salary of 570 thousand dollars a year. we will be right back.
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welcome back. watching wall street this morning, futures trading shows all three indexes negative right now. investors are hoping the bulls keep running on wall stree today. earnings gains at major u-s companies and encouraging economic news pushed u-s stocks to record levels
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yesterday. the dow rose 78 points. the nadsaq gained one point. and the s-and-p - rose eight points. opening bell is at 6:30. detroit became the largest u-s city in history to file for bankruptcy. the city's plan now is to cut 11-and-a-half billion in unsecured debt -- including pensions-- down to two-billion dollars. that could slash pension benefits and leave investors holding the city's debt. experts blame things like the sharp decline in population and tax revenues.and an unemployment rate of nearly
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19 percent. a judge has ruled that a case challenging the claims on vitaminwater as misleading can move forward as a class-action lawsuit. attorneys representing the health-advocacy group center for science in the public interest and consumers from several states have accused coca- cola of using deceptive labeling on vitaminwater beverages, including claims that they reduce risks of disease and boost the immune system.
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the judge said that the plaintiffs can seek injunctive relief, which would prevent coca-cola from making certain claims for the product. but he said the parties cannot seek financial damages.
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we are back at 445. let's find out about the weather as we get started on this friday morning. erica, good morning. e k >>: good morning. it is
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another cooler start to your morning and we do have some called up there. futurecast for tracking down. yellow and orange indicate '70s and '80s and as we put the clock into motion, red stars to make an appearance. by 8:00 p.m. tonight looks like temperatures manley back in the '60s and '70s. afternoon highs start with a south bay. some of the 83 with eighties expected in santa clara. check out the hot spots with its board at 95 degrees for its fighting with atm vallejo mid-70s
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and. if you are located along the coast line, don't be surprised if you don't see the sunshine. the cloud cover will tailback it will linger over the water. john l. everything is moving very well. not tracking any incidents or delays. also my check any delays on the san mateo bridge. sandoz for the golden gate bridge as well.
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taking a look at traffic maps. starting off in the east bay, hercules to berkeley drive times are around gomez where should be around this time. as for the south bay, not tracking any problems furrier knocked down to 80 or 101 right and also a problem for a southpaw won all one right through marin county. >>james: new finals have been released of a suspect in the boston marathon comment. the pictures are in response to a controversial rolling stone magazine cover. as andrew spencer reports, the photos show what a police sergeant calls " the real boston bomber. " following a police chase, the day his brother was killed in a shootout with police, he emerges from the boat where he was hiding
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injured and bloody. he raises his shirt to show he has no weapons. these amateurs were captured by a boston magazine posted the photos online thursday afternoon in response to the controversial cover fog rolling stone. which murphy called an insult to survivors of the april 15th bombings. i'm andrew spencer reporting. >>james:two more men have been found guilty for their roles in the gang rape of a 16-year-old girl outside a richmond high school in 2009. marcelles peter and jose montano were convicted of sexual charges. two other men have already been convicted.and two more trials are pending. the attack happened outside
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richmond high during a homecoming dance. the teenager was beaten, robbed and sexually abused.while as many as 20 people watched. the d-a says that reaching a verdict wasn't easy, but that the jury got it right. juror number one did not want to show his face, or give us his name, but he did want to tell kron 4 news how the jury reached its verdict. sot we really didn't want to see he was guilty. juror number took towards the end of the trial of 22 year old jose montano to cement his decision the timeline of events and the victims testimony changed his mind. sot what i was believing started to get a lot of holes punched in it juror number 1 and his
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peers deliberated for 11 hours. the 59 year old man from west contra costa county says some reached their verdicts sooner than others. mostly because they needed to understand the law. juror one / jose montano juror number 1 was partically struck by the young ages of the victim, defendants and witnesses. he called the process emotional for the entire jury. in martinez justine waldman kron 4 news
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>>mark:top stories we are following for you on this friday, july 19th.
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an officer involved shooting in alameda leaves one person dead this morning. details on the shooting and the investigation-- ahead. an 8 year old girl the oakland community is outraged following the shooting death of a young girl at a sleepover. the latest on the search for her killer. and we will be getting some answers as to how a young girl died in the asiana plane crash today. what we can expect the coroner to talk about this morning. and taking a live look outside from mount tam as we are watching the weather >>darya: today we are waiting to clear conditions.
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full details on what to expect little of this week at 515. >>gary: >>george: we are tracking some delays here on westbound interstate 580 here at the dublin interchange. what happened is several lades closed in the westbound direction. because of that, traffic is backed up into livermore and the westbound direction. we hope these are going to clear pretty quickly. we're checking out of the chp to see if there are going to be any major delays. this road work was scheduled to be picked up at 5:00. >>mark: we are following a developing story this morning out of alameda where an off duty sheriff's deputy fatally shot a gunman who was trying to rob a grocery store. kron four's mike pelton is live at the "bonfare market"
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with more, mike. >>mark: mike >>: please have this area blocked off in keeping us back about a block. police said they found the off into the deputy was they arrived last night around 1030. police say he and two employees were inside the store went to mass robbers entered. fired at the suspect's striking and killing one of the suspects. the other one got away but could possibly have been shot as well so they will check at the hospitals. it is not sure if the suspects shot at the customers or at the deputy. the same market was rocked in a similar fashion just eight days ago. >>mark: we will check back with mike pelton as he
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brings us no information. >>darya:the investigation continues this morning into a fatal officer involved shooting in vacaville. it all started around 7:00 last night when police got a call about a suspicious man in south vacaville. officers responded and tried to talk to the man. but he refused and instead led them on a brief car chase. it ended with the suspect getting out of his car and charging officers with three and a hammer. that's when police opened fire. killing him. the man's identity has not been released. no one else was injured. >>mark:a community is mourning the death of an eight-year-old oakland girl. we brought you this tragic us story live on the kron 4 morning news yesterday. here is what we know.
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no arrests have made and police don't have a suspect or a motive. they say a man knocked on the door of an apartment just before 11:30 on wednesday night on the 34- hundred block of wilson avenue. then opened fire on the people inside. 8-year-old alaysha carradine was shot and later died at children's hospital oakland. she was visiting her friend for a sleep-over. >>: how you look in the high of a kid like that issued them. -jeff gluck a kid in the eye--it looked a kid in the eye and shoot them. two other children were also wounded. so was their 64-year-old grandmother.
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police investigating the shooting say they are determined to catch the killer. about 40 people gathered at a vigil to remember the 8 year old girl. coming up at 5:15 we will have a live report from the home of the shooting and more on what the community >>darya:the san mateo county corner's office will release the results today on how one of the asiana victim died. the report will reveal whether 16-year-old ye mengyuan was killed in the crash or run over by an emergency vehicle. asiana flight 214 crash- landed at s-f-o on july 6th, killing three people and injuring dozens. hist the n-t-s-b is still trying to figure out the cause of the crash, but intial investigation show that the plane was flying too low at dangerously slow speeds. san francisco airliner crash-victims
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juries have found two men guilty of taking part in the gang rape of a 16-year- old girl. marcelles peter and jose montano both have been found guilty on all counts forceable rape in concert, rape with a foreign object and forced oral copulation. the incident happened outside the victims school during a 2009 homecoming dance. the victim had been drinking alcohol. police say as many as a dozen men were on the scene when she was raped and beaten. prosecutor john cope says justice has been served. the verdicts are in for two of the defendants in the richmond high school rape case. guilty on all counts. august 15th.
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>>mark: watching wall street this morning, futures trading shows all three indexes negative right now. investors are hoping the bulls keep running on wall street today. earnings gains at major u-s companies and encouraging economic news pushed u-s stocks to record levels yesterday. the dow rose 78 points. the nadsaq gained one point. and the s-and-p - rose eight points. opening bell is at 6:30.
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>>darya: 507 is the time. thanks for waking up with the kron4 morning news. we have a lot more developing those on this friday morning so don't go away. taking a look at the fog at the golden gate bridge. we will be right bacteria--backed ww
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>>james: bareback is 510. let's get a quick check on traffic. hist >>george: caltran has told me they have had to extend their permit for another 45 minutes. the two left lanes are closed westbound and/or the road out to the 580 interchange. so >>darya: if 511 is the time right now. it will continue our look at traffic weather
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, then the seven year-old and for your old friend were also hit a button on the age year-old was hit in the neck. she has been here dozens of times without any problems but for whatever reason, on thursday night somebody-judge wednesday
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night, someone knocked on the door and shot 10 to 11 times which hit the road and the 64 year-old grandmother. no arrests have been made and no motive. people are still just mad about what is going on and we got a chance to talk about one lady in particular. she is oscar grant's mother, wanda johnson. here is what she had to say. >> it is senseless to kill a young baby. she has an even lived in the world and we are finding murder too often. we must learn how to come together and learn how to be our brother's keeper because if we are not our brother's keeper than our brother will be kept and when we do that, when we began to preach against along that is going on, we will see a decrease in the bond that has been taken place. we have to come together as one. >>will: that's the front door with a shooter shot into it, went through there
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and actually appears the back window. you can see all of the teddy bears as well. you might recall oscar grant he was the one killed in 2009 on armed passenger during the bart platform and he has been a national figure as far as the three people that were shot, the grandmother and two children were taken to hospital in stable condition. we understand that the grandmother could be returning as early as today. back to you. >>darya: 517 as the time right now. i want to look at the weather to see when the warm-up will start. >>erica: that's because the marine layer is a lot more shallow. looks like the costco back which would allow the sunshine to heat things up. might take until the early afternoon to stars seen warming especially if your lawn the bay shore. taking a look at temperatures. off to a cooler's start. you can see where the clouds currently are situated right here
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along the coastline and for our bay shore. what's different today is that the cloud cover is not as widespread. futurecast 4 highlights the 12:00 hour barely in the '60s because most locations already warming and '70s a low 80s. as we head into afternoon highs, take a look at 3:00 p.m. today, read really starts to make an appearance for the north bay, along the delta. take a look at the south bay. this bubble of red is where we will see '90s for places like los gatos and morgan hill. as we head into evening hours, remember friday it will be nice if you have plans. it is going to be a great friday and an even better saturday. here's a look at afternoon highs start with the south bay. we're talking
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low 90s today for walnut creek and upper 60s slated for richmond. downtown's san francisco today with a high of 67 degrees i do want to talk about the national highs because we're still contending with the heat wave for the eastern half of the country. but like we aren't getting some relief especially in the ohio valley and great lakes. a cold front will push him as we have until saturday evening and that will be some much-needed relief. the heat index is up barely high because of high humidity levels with barely any lands at we are still contending. your kron 47 day around the bay forecast shows what the weather into tomorrow which will be the warmest day of the week. temperatures around the seasonal average as we start the next
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workweek. 519 is the time. >>george: what we do have our lake construction delays on interstate 580. overall, the drive time will not bridge back because the rest of the 580 ride looks pretty good. out here at the alta not passed virtually note so it at all. this delay will cost a few minutes with your overall the drive time are not bad that.
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>>james: >>darya: all nsa system administrators must now work with eight other colleagues when accessing sensitive intelligence. this is a buddy system will be implemented everywhere that
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administrators have elevated clearance to read sensitive information. access to data will be limited as well. >>james: the man who broke the story of edward snowden has signed a book deal with metropolitan books. glenda greenwald will write a book about snowden which is expected to be published in march 2014. it will cry " documents about u.s. aid programs. sutter has been charged with espionage and wants him to return to the u.s. to stand trial. >>mark: senator john kerry whose venice area will make an extra stop in the west bank. press efforts for palestinian talks. he met with palestinian president. the extra stop indicating the possibility of success and carry sixth trip to the region this year. despite the differences between the
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>>darya: they think they figured out a way that it be better for your father figure stow left. how about that. he lost me in those 15 seconds. >>james:the top in-flight wi-fi provider for s-f-ohas rai go-go is a day-long internet pass that can be purchased on board an airplane. the company recently raised their prices to 26-dollars and 95-cents a day. that's compared to their competitor, row 44, that
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>> the time is 5:30 a.m.. it will be nice earlier than yesterday. >> we will see the sunshine
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earlier today. once we see the sunshine and the blue skies take a look picture afternoon highs. mid 60's for the coast and tomorrow is shaping up to be the warmest of the week. we do have a pleasant weather in the bay area. i will have full details of what to expect coming up. >> there has been late road work on interstate 580 if from livermore heading into dublin. let's check with caltran they stated that it will be picked up by 5:45 a.m.. we're getting word that it may have to be extended. >> we are following this story out of alameda where police remained on the scene of a fatal shooting. the incident happened at a bonf are market on heidstra run
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a 11:00 p.m.. during an attempted robbery, an off- duty alameda county sheriff's deputy fatally shot one of the armed suspects and may have also shot the second a suspect. neither the store employees nor the alameda county sheriff's deputies were injured. police are still looking for the second suspect area high street is closed between central avenue and liberty avenue will be close while the investigation continues. >> a community is mourning the death of an 8 year-old oakland girl. we brought to this tragic story live on the kron 4 morning news yesterday. here's what we know. no are arrests have been made and police do not have a suspect or a motive. they say that a man knocked on the door of an apartment
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just before 11:30 p.m. on wednesday night. people opened fire on the the people inside of the apartment. 8 year-old a laysha carradine was shot and later died at children's hospital in oakland. she was visiting her friend for a sleep over. two other children more also wounded so was the the 64 year-old grandmother. police are still investigating the shooting in this say they're determined to catch the killer. >> a small memorial grew as people dropped off stuffed animals and cards. others kneeled down to say a prayer. her step grandmother lives next door insisted she feared the worst when she heard the shots rang out. >> i felt like we let her
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down. she was such a bright, she had a bright future. she was going to go to college for sure. if she was going to be something. she loved people and she was a happy child. still loves her mother, she loved her mother. most kids cannot express love, but she could do it. this is what i really liked about her. she could tell you how much did she love you. she could tell you how pretty you look. it was natural and easy for our. i just feel really, really, really bed. >> up until two weeks ago she had been living with her grandmother' with her mother
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and her stepfather, and would hang out with the friends next door. at the apartment where she was fatally shot. >> negotiators for bart and its union will be back at the bargaining table this morning. contract talks are set to resume at 9:00 a.m.. as we have reported, both sides still seem to be far apart on an agreement. union leaders have threatened to strike again if the contract is not hammered out by august 4th. we will keep you updated on the negotiations. >> treyvon martin is parents are talking about the acquittal of george zimmerman. the flor man found not guilty in their 17 year-old son's death. they talk to see in
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ins anderson cooper about how they are coping. >> we want to make sure that any teenager that is walking down the street can feel safe and that they will not be killed and that they will make it home safely. >> the state did all they could do what they had. had it been investigated properly from the beginning, it would have been more overwhelming evidence. due to system work, it did not work for us. >> treyvon smother says the she felt she needed to sit through every day of the trial, because her son was not there to speak for himself. >> the state's unemployment rate has fallen to 8.5% as the state continues to close the gap on the national jobless rate. california
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added 30,200 jobs in the month of june more than any other state and the lowest level since november 2008. the most gains were seen in trade, health care, hospitality and government. >> the tech sector is driving wages up in the bay area. a new report by the bureau of labor statistics show that the average wage in san francisco bay area grew by nearly 25% between december 2011 and december 2012. more than any other area in the country. that is likely due to menlo park based facebook, where the average weekly wage more than doubled rising 107% in the fourth quarter of last than doubled rising 107% in the fourth quarter of last year. looklo at alt lllll llat yummy. two buo ild your own o chickhi w wi a side ofe hipshi than doubled rising 107% in the fourth quarter of last year. how hodo you y put a pra e one hat?
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>> welcome back the time is
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5:40 a.m.. san francisco has seen a rise in bicycle thefts as more people choose that as a mode of transportation. a new report found that bike thefts are up 70% since 2006 with 817 reported deaths last year. the son of and the tenderloin district have the highest number followed by the mission district. police have recovered 864 bytes last year. they are kept in a warehouse for about 120 days before they are auctioned or donated to charity. >> the san francisco-the p new municipal transportation agency announced that their new design plans to revamp po
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st.polk street. after gathering community input for the past several months, six new design options have been proposed. many residents and business owners have opposed that proposal. the sfmta is holding an open house on july 25th to take get your input. >> the knapp but valley " bottle rocket " music festivanapa valley bottle rock music festival is facing financial problems after being accused of handing out the bad checks. the napa police department says that the bad checks were written to a rock and based security company and a food vendor.
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festival promoters are already facing lawsuits from other vendors and stagehands who say that they have not been paid for their services. >> we will be right back.
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>> welcome back the time is 5:45 a.m.. we will get a check of the weather in the traffic. >> happy friday. we are and looking up to another chilly start. we have low 50's in downtown san francisco. we
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are still dealing with cloud cover along the coastline. because of the marine layer is so shallow it will be quick to clear. by 8:00 a.m. it will be plenty of sunshine. as we put the clock into motion before bridge at lunchtime all the clouds and a scaled-back and we will have sunshine and will skies. today will be warmer than yesterday. >> pittsburg will have a high of 95 degrees. you will see plenty of 70's on board and 75 degrees for san leandro. temperatures will be a few degrees warmer and what we saw yesterday. we are above average. 94 degrees and los gatos and low 80s for cupertino. downtown san francisco will come in at 67 degrees. the
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cloud cover will be fairly stubborn. there will be nothing but sunshine. sonoma will have a high of 88 degrees and 84 for santa rosa. the temperatures will be in the '90s for spriand friday, saturday and sunday. >> we're talking about temperatures that will break records. it really has not been this warm sense 1915. your bay area 7 day or around the bay highlights warmer weather for tomorrow. we will continue with the pattern of morning fog and afternoon sunshine. >> here is a shot from
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caltran. this is the fremont street often due to a stalled vehicle. this is lane number five. you can see there is no are obstruction here. we have been tracking some caltran delays. caltran is not at fault here. they did get them all open just a few minutes ahead of schedule. they wanted a extension to 5:45 a.m. but they did get the lanes open. the drive time is 31 minutes and it normally is 27 minutes. your penalty is only four minutes. >> looking at the toll plaza, this means early activation of the metering lights but so far they have not turned a mom. the golden
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gate bridge ride is still looking good is a quiet trip through marin as well. we are not tracking in the incidence or delays. >> police are continuing to search for suspects that vandalize a downtown oakland during three nights a protest following the not guilty verdict of george zimmerman. nine people were arrested during those protests, three of them have been charged of their crimes already. police have released new photos of some of the vandals. take a look at this, 14 shows a man standing in front of an oakland store, one of the businesses werwhere the windows were broken. and there is a photo of another suspect it bandeau. you can see that his fachis face as he is running
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away from the scene. police have released these photos and others in hopes that they can get some help. >> during the monday protests, a waiter was hit in the head by a protester with a hammer. drew cribley have been trying to protect a restaurant where he works. he sat down with kron4 to talk about what happened. >> he took a few days off of work but he is now back at work. he and a restaurant are still recovering from the attack. he tells kron 4 that his upcoming concert with his band was the motivation to recover quickly. >> home lands security
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secretary janet napolitano has been confirmed as the new president of the university of california system. some students were not happy about that, citing her role in deporting illegal immigrants born the obama administration. six buildings to refuse to leave hewere handcuffed and arrested. one was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. she is the first female president of the uc system. she defended her track record on emigration, saying that she has been an advocate for federal dream act. >> new photos are out of boston bomb suspect johar tsarnaev. the pitchers are in response to a controversy role will and stone magazine
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cover. the photos were captured by sergeant sean murphy in the moments before he was taken into custody back in april. they show him bloody and injured. in one, you can see the laser pointer from snipers and that his forehead. boston magazine post of the photos online. sergeant murphy calls the rolling stone cover an insult to the survivors of the april 15th bombings. some resellers including cbs and walgreen's have refused to sell the rolling stone issue. >> a new york judge has decided that the world trade center owners cannot demand more insurance money for september 11th attacks. the trial was held to decide whether the owners of the world trade center complex can collect more the nearly
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$5 billion they've already received for reconstruction. lawyers for the airlines argue that the claims are against them are duplicate claims and insurance companies have already paid. >> six college football players have been added as plaintiffs to a high-profile lawsuit that claims that the ncaa owes billions of dollars to former players for align their likeness to be used without compensation. former ucla basketball star ted oed o'bannon is the lead plaintiff in the long-running legal battle that could fundamentally alter how the ncaa operates. a federal judge in oakland allow the attorneys to update their lawsuit to fix
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legal technicalities, including adding at least one active player to the lawsuit. the judges still mulling whether to turn the loss of into a class action. >> we will be right back.
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>> we are back at 5:56 a.m.. here's a quick look at your 7 day around the bay forecast. we are going to be expecting similar conditions for tomorrow. it will cool down as we enter into sunday and the
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beginning of next week. >> the san francisco zoo is welcoming a new addition to above guerrilla familthe gorille unnamed baby was born wednesday. she seems to be healthy and active. she is an endangered western land gorilla. zoo keepers will keep an eye on the mother for a few days, just to be sure that she is taking good care of the baby. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news. one person has died after being shot by an off-duty officer and in alameda grocery store. we will have an update coming up in a live report.
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>> watching bay area real estate as new numbers show an increase in prices. we will take a look at the medians in your neighborhood. >> we're also watching the hot, hot seat as the heat wave holders over most of the country. here is a live look in new york city's central park where the current temperature is 85 degrees. mine was earned in djibouti, africa. 200 .
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>> top stories we are following for you on this friday, july 19th. an officer involved shooting in alameda leaves one person dead this morning. details on the shooting and the investigation-- ahead. >> this is about as low as you can go. and 8 year-old girl? >> the oakland community is outraged following the shooting death of a young girl at a sleepover.

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