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explains, the couple was sale tomorrow, tonight we reported missing several have our preview coming up. days ago. >> on monday calling in ♪ billy's daughter reported the couple missing. thursday around 1:00 in the afternoon and employee found the body inside a room here. at to a 30 p.m., san mateo county officials filed the car in 98 chevy blazer, abandon on highway 1 south to pacifica thursday evening police search for more than five hours. rappelling down the side of the cliff, searching 50 yds north and south from where they found the car to find billy's body and turned up nothing friday morning if the medical examiner positively identifies the body as calling. they called their debt suspicious and say her husband is a person of interest. kate thompson kron 4 news. >> 18 days after protests
guarded and just one week after what anti-government protesters called the day of [ female announcer ] starbucks via is planted the same... departure, egyptian ♪ president, has stepped down. ...harvested the same... the announcement came from ♪ ...and roasted the same as our other premium coffees. vice president, some at the case reports from washington. it only makes sense it would taste the same. >> our revolutionary day and so, try it for yourself. egypt as thousands of demonstrators chanted egypt buy a pack of 100% natural starbucks via ready brew. is free. after hearing the news that president mubarak we promise you'll love it resignation. the country is or we'll send you a bag of starbucks coffee. null and hands of military it's the starbucks via taste promise. officials according to vice presidents who delivered the look for it where you buy groceries. news. >> president mubarak has stepped down as president and has assigned the of resources to run the affairs of the country. >> president brought along, released a statement thursday urging the egyptian government to work toward democracy, responded friday from the white house.
>> to the people of egypt have spoken, their voices have been heard and egypt will never be the same. egyptians have made it clear, that nothing less than genuine democracy will carry the day. >> the uprising began january 25th, sparked by a fence into the shop in organized initially on social media web sites. anti-government protesters gathered daily for demonstrations and cairo. the egyptian activists and google executive, hailed the it's the starbucks via taste promise. success of the movement. >> decided to start the journey for egypt, then hundreds of thousands and millions of people. we've been looking for egypt and thank god we found her. >> military leaders say they will ensure free and fair elections and work toward meeting the legitimate demands of egyptians. in
washington, some at the. >> in san francisco, a rally in support of egypt is underway right now. if jonathan blum is there with the latest. jonathan. >> they have just hoisted up an egyptian flag and any winds where people are starting to gather. the protests was originally scheduled to to protest the egyptian government. now what the news that the president has stepped down, to recast it as a celebration. as people get off work there slowly filtering and and gathering in the corner congratulating each other. so far it's a mellow affair, at one. the law more media and police officers here that actual selling for a stiff as people get on board the train to gather. we saw few signs with mubarak's based on it. it is slowly becoming an organized affair that is supposed to turn into a demonstration with hundreds of people within the next hour lot in san francisco,
jonathan blum kron 4 news. >> with kron 4 for continuing coverage of the egypt revolution. at 5:15 p.m., you will hear from egypt expert about what today's decision from the bart means. >> friday night at the weekend is upon us. the weather is looking nicer for saturday afternoon and we a '70s on the way. i will touch know more about it coming up.
the resignation of longtime president of bart. 18 days of protest gave way to tears, fireworks and dancing in cairo. demonstrators are camped out in celebration tonight. dr. steven with the department of politics at the university of san francisco joins us of the sky. 18 days in a peaceful resolution. a middle east expert described the significance of this? scripps >> >> we've seen the power uprising in places like poland, chile and, serbia. for this kind of thing happen in egypt which is not only the largest country in the region, but historically the center scholarship. this has major ramifications. >> describe the young people
were the key to making this happen? >> they were the driving force. people of all ages, men and women, christian and muslim. middle-class and poor folks. it was quite remarkable. it's an exciting thing i think in a part that, for the past couple decades, the biggest opposition to the region have been and these are radical iradical muslims. a strong belief and democracy. a >> what's next? are there institutions stable enough to facilitate the fair and free elections that the protesters fought for? >> political party is going way back into the 19th century, on higher rate of literacy. it has been
blossom in the country, indeed, we saw how effective it could be in brain things together. a transition from democracy is going to be rocky. i think the egyptians have what it takes. so many have been empowered by the events of the past few weeks. they're not going to lead to the islamic takeover there identified until they get a free country. >> to each of neighbors in the arabarab world are nervous wouldn't you agree? >> yes, this is a big shift. if i was i would be happy but recent events. >> the u.s. has many interests there, egypt is a partner against terrorism. the relationship with israel. what's next for the
u.s. and egypt? >> the administration came about a little bit late in my view and backing away from zero bart and supporting the democracy move. the past few days the administration has come down solidly in support of freedom and democracy. i think people will remember that and appreciate that. democratic egypt of many may take an independent line in some issues. they certainly want to be part of the west, they certainly wanted in a sense of good relations. they certainly well opposed to terrorism and extremism. the looking forward to the relations. >> at thank you so much for helping us understand and look at what is happening in egypt right now. our remarkable time in history.
thank you,. our internet reporter kimberly sakamoto is here with a look at the response of the web to president mubarak's resignation. >> of facebook and twitter been credited with helping put together some of the protest. you to join people what's going on the street. i youtube video showing one crowd reacting to the news that will bart step down. >> (cheering & applause) >> you can see the crowd that so we excited, people pumping up the crowd, waving their arms, the crowd full of egyptian flags. another video i found on youtube showing another group reacting to the news. lots of flags, happy faces chanting in sharing. a picture on twitter, they're throwing up the peace sign and a lot of happy faces. pam.
>> in santa clara egyptian americans are all smiles as they arrive for a friday prayer service at the muslim communities. they hope will be real change for their homeland. >> we are very pleased, we are grateful they're going to be able to appreciate the same rights and freedoms that we have in the usa. >> of is waiting for a few years for this to happen. >> everyone is excited about this. >> an amazing demonstration of what people can achieve when they set their mind to it. >> happy, good times over there. they feel free. >> i can't describe the moment actually. it's very emotional, as we say god is here and we are free country. >> one man was spoke with
today said he came to america to escape what he called mubaraks terror barry. he is now considering it a return to his country. stay with kron 4 with continuing coverage. our coverage continues on line on www.kron4.com. >> a couple of night stays around the bay area just like here in san jose. temperatures into the '60s. we are still in the '60s right now. 66 = san mateo, san francisco = mid-60s. 62 degrees = richmond, we have a weather system close. it will not be here in time for the weekend. it will arrive on monday. future cast, 10:00 p.m. saturday night. the low clouds build up along the coast. it will be sunday during the day. those low clouds arrive and then hire clouds into the day. by sunday afternoon, look for
increasing clouds late today and then rain begins to show up early monday morning off shore. there is on the left side of the screen, it's going to be a dry morning commute for monday. a different story for the afternoon commute as rain comes in by noon. it looks like for going to stay fairly wet for much of next week. temperatures tomorrow morning, low 30's in the north bay, upper 30's the low '40's and east bay. for the afternoon, gorgeous day. sunshine and highs in the '60s and '70s. seven = oakland and hayward. the here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, sunshine sunday but increasing clouds, a chance for rain sunday. staying on settled for much of next week. >> on bill friday on the golden gate bridge. traffic moving great in both directions north and southbound. we will be right back with more news, weather and traffic in a few moments.
convicted of killing john dropped nearly a decade ago, has been sentenced to 60 years in prison. he was convicted of first-degree murder back in november. prosecutors push for a life sentence, the six year term will keep him in prison until he is 80. last summer's huge bp oil spill release of report today saying the government has got to create a wave to fully restore the gulf. that could cost up to 20 billion. if this bill sent millions of gallons of oil into the gulf after the explosion on an oil drilling platform. a triple decker home outside boston erupted in flames this morning. the crews on top of the smokey rooftop. one person rescued from the third floor window. no injuries reported. of broken water main plant caused the mess in philadelphia. city workers rushed to the scene. at least one car was submerged. they don't know why the pipe broke but they
say thousands of damage has been done. >> the driver on the wrong way on this washington state highway. led police on a high-speed chase. if the officers finally got them after throwing spikes of the tire. deputies say it began with the driver refused to pull over. they say he was wanted on felony warrants. >> a lot of you san francisco right now it's clear and ice for the evening. the weekend looking good too. all tell you all about it. honey...? [ mom ] yes.
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