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of vary packed city council.n: they will pay about a million and a half dollars out of its general fund. that deal comes with conditions. >> the city council has voted to save three schools that were slated for school.closure. there slated for closure because of but chip problems. they voted to give $1.5 million to keep those schools open another year. the also the district, with a plan to fund itself in future years. in richmond jonathan lynn kron 4 news. >> day 64 days of clues on the search our of our hercules man. it will be back at this east bay landfill at 8:00 a.m.. frederick mio weeks since his father was found
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murdered. police believe he could be another victim of ephron spirit they think he has killed five people before he was shot and killed by the chp after a chase in richmond. they will continue to search the landfill until friday. >> they are determined they are in good spirits. they want to have provide answers and help the family. the want to give the whereabouts of frederick. >> charles the man whose wife was found dead at along with another woman last week. he will be in court for a bail hearing today. he is charged with having materials to make explosives. >> after two years and 40 lawsuits the california supreme court will hear debate on state worker for old furloughs. it will hear arguments on whether gov. schwarzenegger has illegally for state workers to
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take unpaid days off. they are taken off to the three days a month last year. they will hear arguments on whether the governor had the power to use vigo's to make nearly $500 million in cuts to health, welfare, and parks spending. that power was given to him during an emergency budget. >> we will be back in a couple of minutes a break on we are following the power outage caused by a power pole fire sparked by equipment failure. 1200 people are without power mostly in san francisco's western addition. we will be right back.
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mess. everybody is octant. arafat trucker for showing you right now everybody has a good coating of low clouds and fog. let's check the market stocks higher before the opening bell in lost ground yesterday it lost 107 points s&p also lost 13. maybe a possible early morning rally when the opening bell rings and 15 minutes. a survey of economic conditions will be released today. and how much consumers have board. it has declined for five months. oil prices below $74 and beryl. the banks in asia are saddled with more debt than previously thought drivers might see a break at the gust gas pump. president barack obama heads to
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cleveland to outline economic plans that might help democrats at the polls. the packaging clued infrastructure and business track tax incentives. he will argue against tax cuts for the very wealthy. >> pp releasing its finding of an internal investigation into the oil spill in the gulf. it finds five months after the april 20th at the explosion that killed 11 men on the deepwater horizon oil rigs. multiple companies and work continued with the oil spill appeared in the nearly 200 page internal report bp describe the incident as an accident caused by mechanical failure and human error as the other as well as other factors during the government including the coast guard and the justice department are investigating. they
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temporarily capped a well they are trying to permanently seal it now. >> oracle will pay $950,000 a year. the company said the ousted in h-p ceo is eligible for fiscal 2011 bonus of 5 million. hp is suing former chief executive mark hurd and has asked a court to block him from joining oracle, claiming his hiring by the rival technology, the world's named hurd co-president and cannot perform his duties for oracle without necessarily using and disclosing hp's trade secrets and confidential information to others. which agreement we will be back with more of a couple of minutes. if you're not ready for it you will be freezing. this morning be ready for also be ready to get wet. the james let a bit slick right now from heavy drizzle. we will be
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time now is 6:16 a.m. a bit of drizzle produced from the fog that said in this morning. even cooler temperature. today could be the coldest day of the week. in oakland 60 degrees, during the day we don't warm up much more. your high today 63, 61 by your 8:00 p.m. hour. still low cloud cover fog pretty much bay area wiflight, in portions of te delta and north bay by noontime continuing with the low cloud cover we should start getting breaks of sun through the afternoon. your afternoon highs in the '90s.we are keeping in te
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'50s along the coast 663 san mateo, 67 palo alto, we might not get out of the '50s in places like berkeley, richmond, inland spots where we usually warm into the sixties as well. everybody noticing the cool down today, you're hot spot today is 73 and antioch, 63 in mountain view, 66 san jose and a cool day tomorrow as well. friday we see a slight warming into the '80s on the inland spots '70s around the bay, so bit of a nicer forecast for the weekend. 6:18 a.m. let's take a look at traffic. >> hot spot interstate 580 it was a tough commute yesterday it is starting out badly today as well. the left lane is blocked at the westbound direction. at
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3:00 a.m. there was a big rig accident a big rig struck this divider spilling fuel in the westbound direction. that's why the left lane has been shut down. jackie's the soul with the shot of the cleanup operations. we are looking at the westbound traffic. you can see why the delay has been called off. the fuel spill and the wet pavement making hazardous conditions. diesel has a higher content of oil so it leaves as slippery residue on the pavement. that's why clean-up continues. they are expecting they may have this reopened as early as 7:00 a.m.. that could be a much better opening time then a regional estimates. it is already backed up all the way to the up 580 is
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a slow ride this morning westbound for livermore. no problems out all want to pass. once we check with jackie shot we will keeping eye on cleanup operations monitoring it. if they are out of there within 35 minutes we could catch a break for westbound 580. interstate 80 through albany through the s curve heavy this morning 80 commute was a very heavy one yesterday. we have seen the return to full-scale traffic no more summer light with folks back to the work and school. the bay bridge westbound ride back up because of an earlier stall. there was a stalled bus westbound its load traffic on the island. what they did was and activate the meter and light early soul of slower bay bridge
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ride them we have seen for some some time. it is evident here that the lights have been turned on. >> 6:20 a.m. please him out in full force to show their support and protect his expected of attempted murder and carjacking. defense attorney spoke briefly. >> our deepest the switches coach offers are young during his recovery whether this turns out to be an intentional shooting of a police officer or tragic misunderstanding remains to be seen. >> i believe he did wrong. now
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is going to face the consequences of that act. on confident. >> he is being held without bail his arrangement was held over to next week. >> out of control is what the firefighters are saying as they describe a wildfire burning three. you can see this home completely and golf in flames. 11 square miles 3500 people have been forced to evacuate their homes. the fire has destroyed more than 90 structures. no injuries yet since this fire broke out monday. the cause under investigation. in michigan it's not a fight expects the flames have swept through two
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dozen destroyed homes. fanned by strong winds. knocking out power to 100,000 homes and businesses. >> a pastor plants to burn copies of the koran on september 11th. he says he is still prang about it to decide what to do. he has received 100 death threats since announcing his plan. he now wears a pistol strapped to his head. >> we're burning about not killing people we are not murdering people, driving people out of cars. we are simply burning of books. they need to point their finger at radical islam and tell them to shop. >> supporters have been mailing copies to the pastor 50 followers they will be
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626 fresnel a lot of traffic year its moving and ok by you have a lot of company. some spreads in on the window you will notice is a heavy fog this morning. it is chilly out there up in the north bay right now north of this shot. 59 degrees in santa rosa what kind of high is that? 67. >> fbi say investigators found no explosives aboard an l.a. flight from thailand that caused quite a scare. passengers being ferried off they say they've found a bomb threat on the bathroom mirror. it originated
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we are back right on cue the ringing of the opening bell. wall street coming to life. pre- market trading we were negative all the way up until 10-15 minutes ago and then stocks turned positive. you can see where it will be interesting to see were trading goes now. investors making up their mind. it looks like we're headed towards a higher opening. >> not heading toward higher temperatures today in dublin yesterday. the cool air came in at night it was windy and cold. today we had clouds, fog, a drizzle.
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>> temperatures will cool down you won't see much difference between the current tempters now and your afternoon highs. it could be the coldest day of the week. downtown san francisco shows us the slick conditions. it will warm up toward the weekend but for the next couple of days it will fill cool out there. we're not dealing with rain in might feel like it but the rain is well to the north this system is sweeping in clouds to our area. it is ushering in all that cold air from the gulf of alaska. temperatures are plummeting once again today. oakland and hayward 60 degrees, said rosa upper 50s, look at these temperatures and then your afternoon highs not much difference. staying in the '60s through the north bay today, 65 in novato, mill valley the same, 60 in san francisco is
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what we saw yesterday similar in terms of temperature. over to the state keeping temperatures in the '60s look at berkeley, richmond struggling to get out of '50's, inland '60s as well the warm spot antioch only getting up to 73 today. today down in the south bay mountain view 63, 66 san jose similar day tomorrow as well. we will see temperatures starting to warm up slightly as we head to the weekend. george. >> serious problems for the commute first we have a hot spot interstate 580 but now look what's happening at the bay bridge. i just spoke with officer short. chp. we mentioned about the stalled bus on the bridge. it turns out the boss dropped its transmission and spilled transmission fluid in
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the number five lane. they have that plane shot down while caltrans actually work to clear it. also seeing emergency vehicles here headed towards the upper deck. that could be in connection with this bill. some reports there may be in another accident on the upper deck of the bay bridge. already a westbound back up that includes 880 and the approach from the nimitz freeway. this is very bad news for back up this size. the cars are not moving quickly through here. which means that metering lights have been cranked way down. and in this case deserves the believe so. there is reports there may be another problem on the bridge we will check that out. in the meantime tracking this hot spot interstate 580 in the westbound direction. we have a problem again with a fuel spill resulted
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from a big rig accident that occurred at airway boulevard. take a look here at this live shot from kron 4 jackie sizzled providing us with coverage on scene. jackie what have you learned? >> could morning george was down 580 is one of the worst commutes on the best morning. you combine it with a fuel spill and its the worst. are ruptured fuel tank when this accident happened the degree is gone but now they are dealing with the diesel on the road. they are laying absorbent down they will sweep that out and put that absorbent into a house that barrel. we're looking at a bare an hour or maybe more. >> good that we have used their but bad news here. they estimated it would have open at
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7:00 a.m. which is 20 minutes from now but as we heard from jackie one hour before they can reopen the road way. look at what they've done to the back up. it is backed up all the way to to 05. we can pick up speed off the roadways we should pick up house slow the traffic is. 15 mi. per hour. it will be grinding along for the west bound ride. there will be any problems at the dublin interchange because all the traffic is being held up behind the problem. are there hot spot the bay bridge westbound ride with at least one lane shutdown on the upper deck. >> thank you george 6:35 a.m. the police sketch sunnyvale police looking for someone they are calling a person of interest in connection with a bunch of arsons there has been 15 fire so
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far. they it is connected to the they think when arsonist in the breed dumpsters, vehicles, one fire last week of vehicle was lid on fire and there was somebody inside sleeping. they were rescued. just before the inside of the car caught fire. the suspect is described. the man police are looking for is hispanic, 19 or 20 years old, 5'8" to 5'10" and he has a slender build. >> news from over night richmond the city of richmond votes to save all three schools that were slated for closure. you can see how packet was. the city has decided to pay for the schools with $1.5 million out of general fund. it comes with conditions. >> they've got to come up with long-range plan. on not going to be an atm machine every year. bailing them out. we have the
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problems and projects in our own city. and third districts balance budgets. we expect them. >> so far now kennedy high olinda and grant elementary will stay open. >> meaning are considering rereading the m-ocean view lying through parked recedes. it is poorly connected to public transportation and most people have to rely and cars to get around. the line would be redirected to go through the complex instead of stopping and 19th avenue. at their options a shuttle, and. >> epa released its findings into the oil spill in the gulf of mexico. the company says there's plenty of blame to go round for the gulf oil spill of
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points to multiple companies including rigs supplier trans ocean, cement supplier hellbender halliburton, it defends the build of the well itself. >> we will be back with more in a couple of minutes. but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked.
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fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results california needs now.
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weather story is the cool temperatures, the wind, and just how great it is out there. it is drizzly, when, its thick fog. a live look from them tam we can hardly see a thing here. that is the problem all over the bay. buckwheat quick peek awful our roof. this is causing delays that sfo on arriving flights 48 minutes. oakland and san jose say they are on time. they don't have the same tarmac restrictions as s f o. >> following news out of san francisco the crime lab that scandal continues to grow. lawyers for san francisco gang
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member told a federal judge they will last for a new trial on grounds some evidence might be thrown out. or at least thrown into doubt on the grounds of crime lab scandal. his attorney says some of those charges could be thrown out due to problems with drug analysis unit of the police department. and with deborah madison. a judge will hear a motion next month. >> chevron might get sick lobbyist have been quietly trying to strike a deal that stems from a lawsuit filed by environmentalists. accusing them of concealing plans to process high polluting heavier grades of crude oil. >> the latest on our hot spot in traffic we have two of them at the great bridge and 580 ride.
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welcome back to kron 4 morning news major cause box this morning carried bee. we are baco the macarthur maze on 580 westbound. here is the reason why. a disabled bus on the upper deck dropped its transmission. it took awhile to get the bus off the bridge. it's built fluid as it moved across this band of mostly it dumped transmission fluid inside the tunnel. in the right-hand lane. caltrans is sweeping it out they have the right lane shut down in order to do that. there was a report of an accident near that spill we did see a number of emergency vehicles rushing to that location. we are not sure about the crash. we are sure about the back up. it will get a lot worse
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before it gets better. don't be surprised if we see a back up around the corner on the seashore freeway as well as into the macarthur maze and affecting westbound 580 and even westbound 24. this could be a back up that stays with us through the morning. as well is interstate 580 in the westbound direction. the left lane has been shut down since 3:00 a.m. when a big rig hit the center divider divider they cleared the big gray but the fuel spill back things up. jackie sizzle is on the scene they made him move his vehicle and camera because they were about to reopen lanes. even though they said they may not reopen till 6:30 a.m. it looks as though they are about to reopen but the at damage is done for the 580 commute. backed
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up to the 2 05 interchange. those are the only to hot spots because as you can see 680 ride southbound, dublin, pleasanton no problems. westbound highway 4 is only slow right through the heart of antioch. between 580 and the bay bridge big problems. the ride through san jose check from the south bay backup on guadalupe parkway but 101 itself is doing fine. checking with weather. >> a lot of folks using when shall wipers. this shot says it all. you can see the fog cake in bringing as quite a bit in the way of drizzle. continuing with cooler temperatures yesterday we had a cool down, today could be the coldest day of the.
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workweek continuing to bring cold temperatures as well. 6 a.m. our continuing widespread fog, 8:00 same story, not until about 10:00 a.m. we see some lifting to the north bay and napa valley. by about noon still seeing fog hold on to the peninsula and portions of the state. bricks of sunshine as we head into the afternoon. 55 san francisco, 60 oakland, hayward upper 50s for santa rosa and san rafael these temperatures not much different from your afternoon highs today. not going to warm up much more than now. only in the 60s across the board for the north bay, 72 and fairfield today and along the peninsula san francisco 60 degrees. over in these bay keeping it in the '50s for berkeley, richmond chile there,
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hayward staying in the '60s as well, even the warm spots today are in the '60s. the warm spot today in tx 73. los '60s for mountain view and sunnyvale. tomorrow another chilly day out there we will warm up towards the end of the weekend the weekend back up into the 80s inland spots, '70s run bay, '60s around the coast. much more seasonable. >> a review by the insurance tangencies as booster seats are getting better. at protecting kids. the results of the review were made public this morning the insurance institute is giving top marks to 30 percent of the 72 seats they evaluated. last year they only handed out the best to nine of the 60 seats. so booster seats getting a lot better. >> the executive who is 30
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peanut plants were blamed for salmonella poisoning is back in business. he is working as a consultant to p net companies now. this comes as a federal criminal investigation drags on. >> back with more headlines and a moment a live picture of what muckrake traffic on 680 moving well here. your problem spots is towards the interchange. 56 degrees in the creek right now, 69 this afternoon.
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we are back s 6:56 a.m. seven day forecast 73 analyst drizzle around the bay. we all the trend for thursday then warming it up slightly headed to the weekend still unseasonably cool.
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>> littering has always been a problem stanley roberts has that in people being badly. >> this is the cheesecake factory beg floating this is a 99¢ store bag floating in the same day. i'm at the city of brisbane rate at the edge of the bay and the border of san francisco. it has trash everywhere and i do mean everywhere. under the street all kinds of trash like this pipe and plastic bags. along the shoreline more trash like this used beg of junk food. it has a clear recycle message it was not. as you get closer to the water you might find styrofoam containers and garbage bags. in the water lots of plastic bags some floating under the water and some on top. some plastic bags may have been blown from
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this recycling plant. some stuff like his beer bottle was more than likely left there by someone refusing to use a garbage can. i contacted rubber read about all the plastic bags he suggested the solution. >> toll bags reusable bags, which uses big thousands of times. >> he shows me tons of plastic bags that are thrown away every day headed to a landfill appeared some bags below way and that the in the bay and in the trees. in brisbane correct kron 4 news. >> 6:57 a.m. to a quick look at the bay bridge as we head off to break. you can see for yourself major back up said approaching the toll plazas spiri
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