tv KRON 4 Early News KRON February 21, 2011 4:00am-6:00am PST
system including the northwestern portion of the state slight chance of showers and the picture today. east them edging their way south worry. if picking up a few sprinkles. in the next couple of days we have a nice about break sunny, dry weather expected. temperatures are expected to rebound into the upper 50s tuesday, wednesday. thursday, friday more wet weather. even some snow in the hills. we're looking for a wet weekend ahead. >> erica: thank you, it is holiday lights on the roadways no accidents, incidents to report. preconditions' around the bay area bay bridge nice, light, no special traffic advisories. just a few cars on the road at drive times are just nine minutes from the macarthur maze. golden
gate = quiet southbound, a few cars. tracking speeds at about 60 mi. per hour. everything looks good in terms of the freeways. if you are taking public transit we're running on a holiday schedules, but saturdayart is running on the saturday schedule. >> james: the search for to walnut creek teens' to engrafting anwho went rafting and tragically. they found quenelle several miles away from a raft.
>> henry: >> gary: members the >> gary: >> gary: >> gary: friends console each other >> reporter: the current is so strong it swept the audience barely 5 mi. away, the body of 17 year-old gavin powell discovered here. 16 year-old matthew miller was located near highway-4. the student senate panel about 2:00 p.m. on saturday, there were supposed to meet a friend at the other and by 4:00 p.m. they never sure. the friend bought it out of the water sorrels and never reported them missing. the parents did not find out about their deadly about juror until late saturday night, they're finally rewarded missing early sunday morning and midnight. share of the tenant says it was too dangerous to send search teams into the water at that late hour to look for the
teens. >> the water was too high, too fast, too dark. we certainly could not risk our search and rescue people to go on to the water. is it just not possible. we had to wait till the time. it's a flood zone, with the recent rains, and makes their creek actually swell. very fast- moving. what's even more dangerous is the debris in the water. >> reporter: he was shocked when he learned how they lost their lives. >> it's way too dangerous its common sense. they're really nice. all the kids no room because they're very nice. there was were a helmet, the start of. we don't understand. it's a tragic incident we don't expect any foul play.
>> james: meanwhile reporter and photographer have been treated for mental injuries after being attacked on a news story it happened in sacramento. the crew was covering a memorial service outside i hop, mourners when on the attack. you can see the scene as it developed. there is a photographer, reporter, punched, kicked, the hero woman was of injuries before the ventricle down. the memorial service was for 27 your a man who was shot after a fight at the ipod earlier sunday morning. the reporter and photographer left to cut, bonds, bruises. no one was arrested. fire officials say they discovered marijuana grower operation will bring out a house fire. while putting out a house
fire. it cost one-200 beds and dollars damage. >> we found several things inside this house that led to believe it was a marijuana a corporation. on the second floor there is lithium batteries, it gives is the promise of hazardous material. secondly, they had bypassed the meter. this poses a problem because we cannot shut up the electricity to the house. there'd, in that directory file large garbage sacks of marijuana. >> james: that home is located in a quiet area of san jose neighbors say they have no radios going on. >> there's no indication that any of this is going down. we're totally surprised. it's a quiet neighborhood generally we all know what to bring on, we see people coming in, we know most of the people. this is a complete surprise. >> james: firefighters has
not determined the cause of the blaze but they do say marijuana growers was dropped in a fire rosa. hazard. manhole covers going flying into the air this time of the crossroads of mission and fremont dan kerman choose this happen. >> reporter: when a giant of metal goes flying in the arab this is what it can look like when it crashed to the ground. one-piece one location, a second in another. >> for this one of blood, it came down, broke. >> reporter: fire officials say it would shortly after 10:30 a.m. when the explosion occurred. it said the manhole cover more than 10 ft. in the era. >> it's a very heavy, was walking across the street could afford them. >> reporter: >> gary: >> reporter: normally this
time of day, a downtown, this crossroad been sold. we're very lucky that there's no traffic. >> reporter: pacific gas and electric company says a spice in a 12 v electrical line failed causing the blast, with that yet determined is what caused this place to fail. there is the question again just how many other manhole covers in the city are just waiting to blow? san francisco, didn't harmon, kron4 news. >> james: pacific gas and electric company says it has and will continue to track and help the rest. they've placed 50,000 ft. of underground cable, there now locking manhole covers that are attached to those underground votes. they develop new software allowing better monitor underground equipment. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. we have a live look
>> james: >> address continues in libya, these pictures are from a high see where thousands are in the street calling for the president to step down. >> reporter: libyan demonstrators ran to the aid of one protestors been shot as the violence escalates. on sunday 25 people were reported killed in clashes between military and mourners at a funeral procession. predictor's calling for the ouster of the longtime rulers say they're more motivated than ever. >> we have suffered over 42 years for god's sake, who
can roll over 42 years is that enough? >> reporter: they warned the tribal makeup will bring disaster at the protest over there. >> we go back to civil war such as the one in 1936 will be killing each other on the streets. >> reporter: responding to the unrest secretary of state hillary clinton says governments in the world must be more responsive to the growing demands for human rights greater freedom and democracy. >> that we want to see it the same time we recognize this process can be hijacked. it can be hijacked by outside and inside elements with think any country. >> reporter: united states wants to provide financial and technical support to forces that are pushing for change. >> james: libyans here in the bay area are trying desperately to find out what's happening to friends
and family. many are horrified by what they're seeing. frightened by what they're not. >> vicki: from the san francisco living room to sit and watch frustrated. >> i heard their snipers on driver proves shooting at people i heard people walking on their knees getting shot by guns. >> vicki: information is scarce. >> if it wasn't for cell phones no one would know what's going on. there's really a massacre going on there. >> vicki: for fear of reprisal the couple asked not to use the last name. >> there's so many people waiting to go and face bullets. >> nothing in their hands not even a stick. and they got shot at. it's nothing but a big jail. they're scared to talk, they're scared. please help them.
they're so many kids getting killed. >> vicki: their own young children have never been there but even they have strong feelings. >> he been calling them all. i want him out. we need him out. >> she's both inspired ira billons and fearful. >> i'm worried, everyone is worried. we got to the point we're breaking this year. we've seen people enjoying their freedom it's about time. >> james: we will continue to follow that story. we'll take right, let's go outside, a quick look at the james lick, traffic is moving well. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
wet weekend, cool temperatures lead america and in the bay especially up but that peace. but the rain in these big, snowy conditions in the south. that is mount tam or mount tam button. in any event quite the weather to talk about maureen kelly spent sunday with people enjoying this note. >> reporter: we hiked around the mountain, it was gorgeous. it's pretty deep. there's lots of people liking. >> reporter: you going skiing? >> as long as i can keep up their tracks it will be good. is there was pressure when it snows. is rare opportunity to go. (laughter) >> i'm going to have fought
chocolate when i get home. >> i'm going to make scares' august this note and make an igloo. >> i'm building as bound man snow man. usually we have to go to tahoe. we save a whole bunch of money, we don't have to travel far. we're on top of mount tam in this note. >> james: let's find out how the weather is going to be. louisa what you have? >> pretty cool morning, at temperatures in the thirties,, we tried our record sfo coming in around 37 degrees. cool temperatures continue this morning, possibilities of
black ice to the north bay. slight chance of the occasional shower. we might get to bring in the location of raindrops. we're dry at this hour. always we were about what all of this wet weather to the north. their few shows that could bring in hazlitt raindrops. 35 santa rosa, 33 in the north bay through the delta, livermore, temperatures in the '30's. 35 degrees in los gatos. 43 in san francisco. after noon highs, 50s, same in napa, 54 vallejo. the low 50s for san rafael 49 degrees problem a, all but
closed is also where we see sprinkles delay. we'll show you future cast, buying into an watch point reyes thinking of some sprinkles probably the best chance iran point raised. elsewhere we could stay dry. if you live in some of the inland spots better chance of staying dry. satellite, rate were sure of that storm to the north bringing some showers up in to the northwest, we could see some work their way south word. we could also stay dry today. doesn't look like anything seen over the past couple of days, number one show, tuesday, wednesday driving up at 50s, sunny, dry weather is expected then we bring the rain back into the forefront cold, rainy, snow in the nose once again wet week ahead of us. >> erica: most of you may
have the day off know what sparked to report even lighter traffic at this hour, the bay bridge plaza if you are just getting out the door, no problems. preconditions' coming down the shore freeway. same story at the golden gate bridge, no problems. light traffic in the southbound direction drive times 23 minutes for your trip of novato and the city limits. at first as up the camera was frozen, or does not seem many cars were the james lick meets the in bound centro. practically a ghost town. if you're heading east bound to the lower deck is the problem free commute. >> james: you have to dig a little deeper into our pockets to fill a pure gas things according to the latest survey the average price for a gallon $3.18
that is a 5¢ increase over the last two weeks. 50¢ more than this time last year. analysts despite a large screen due to the progress going on in the middle east. meanwhile artist, aircraft makers have a new place in san francisco to greet their works, tech shot opens. it runs like a gym membership for a hundred dollars a month you can get access to high-tech metal, wood, from british and machinery. it also house all the tools the you would find in industrial shop. class rosters read and learn how to use these tools. >> people want access to these tools so for to order 40 years you did not have access to mills, leas, these kinds of tools so what's happened is those crossette an inferno of that we can no offer for a hundred dollars a month access to literally
the tools of the industrial revolution. you can launchers' next business for the costs of restart talks addition. >> james: 90 a.m.-midnight. once they reach 800 numbers and will reopen 24/7. baseball season is nearly upon a spring training has begun for the giants kron4 is going to give us a peek inside a practice. >> it is the first day of on the field practice the infamous spirit remains prevalent as the team took the field. early spring training is only mandatory for pitchers and catchers. brian, tim clark taking part but other players warning an early start ever during the team. another early starter the panda he has shed some way. this
year the giants will be sneaking up on anyone they will announce at every ballpark as the world series trivia answer. the first spring training game will be february 25th in scottsdale. first game of at&t park will be march 28th. opening day for the giants begins march 31st in lhasa angeles. then april 8th of the giants play their first home game of the seasons at at&t perk. >> james: let's give you another look inside also a loss to bring this time a checked at the view from our albany tehran. tillites headed westbound towards holding d.towards golden gate.
>> james: cupertino's state assemblyman and seduce legislation to the best team meeting on violence. it would encourage a more schools to have of violence prevention act. it would be in no additional cost schools. one had his three adolescent girls will be abused by its leading partner. five people were arrested on suspicion of trying to buy alcohol for minors. a boy or girl will approach 45 different adults ask them to buy alcohol. that was the sting. of those
approached by people agreed. they were arrested, all of the suspects receive notices to appear in court. if found guilty the minimum fine is $1,000, 24 hours community service. a box of players were found and detonated near fort ord thin. then the u.s. navy markings on them. specials recalled to manage them, they were detonated there on the beach. here's more news, it's a huge day for eager followers of broiler what in. the guests have been kicked it, invitations are on the mineral. 1900 daly, friends and dignitaries are being invited. the wedding of prince william and kate militant. more from london. >> reporter: its official the guest list is fixed. invitations are sent. their
embossed with the royal signature. it invites their recipients to the ceremony. some lucky 600 guests get the chance to have lunch here at buckingham palace with the queen. 300 vips will wrap up today's celebrations with a dinner hosted by prince charles. what's interesting about the list is not who's on about his being left out. >> i remember back in '93 they and our offer for the it appears that they still hold some resentment. i don't understand russia is being spent. >> what's clear is this wedding is having a huge impact and other britons planning their big day. >> i had to weddings or use
the service. tooting set so far this year that there monogram. they've made a very popular. a lot of friends are going for the and gave to printing that prince william and keep middleton are having. perhaps not as a laboratory. >> for those lucky enough to have an invitation to what's likely to be one of the most important role weddings for a generation you can bet they will be getting their reply kurds in early april 29th is moving fast. >> james: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. much more local news straight ahead, full check on your forecasts. this is a sharp maariv camera shot in a downtown san francisco.
monitor creek jeans who went rafting inside a flood channel and tragically. authorities discovered the bodies in the canal several miles away from where thereafter was found. >> reporter: family members and friends of the teen boys control each other after search and rescue teams discovered there rask the two students were riding on inside this flood channel. the current here in the canal are so strong it swept the nearly 5 mi. away from where the raft was found the body of 17 year- old gavin paul was discovered here at stanley drive. 16 year-old matthew miller was located near i happen i where for. the students went into the canal at 2:00 p.m. on saturday they were supposed to meet a friend of the other end by 4:00 p.m.. they never showed up. the friend thought they got the water
and never reported them missing. their parents did not find out about the deadly and venture until late saturday night. their family reported sunday night at midnight. it was too dangerous to send search teams into the water at that late hour to look for the teens. >> the water was too high, too fast, too dark. we could not risk are people and the officers to go into the water. it's not possible. we had to wait till they break. it's a flood zone, the reasothe recent rains to make it very fast-moving. with even more dangerous is the debris. >> reporter: this is their friend he was shocked. >> i would never going, it's too dangerous. it's common sense.
>> all the kids i hang out with i know them. he was a red helmet, star on it. >> we don't expect any foul play. it's very tragic. our hearts, a purse go to the families and friends. >> in other news at the state capital governor brown is looking for ways to help bring down the deficit. >> james: one of his ideas include no more freebies for the state department's. getting rid of keychains, coffee mugs may help. >> we don't need that stuff. >> their talking about what we have been investigating freebies, i gave stories and stuff we are get. he said enough, no more spending on gift evidence. sources
inside sega of office made the move after getting wind of our investigation. >> nobody needs this. that's what millions of dollars. >> reporter: we ask dozens of agencies have much they spend on key rings, agencies, mud. >> we receive hundreds of pages of documents adding up to more than $7 million the office of women's health but 12,000 emery boards for $1,200. by a dozen of the solar calculators for more than $9,000. when thousands teacups to rutger waterless building roller. real men don't/cups cost $10,000. 80
>> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. protests continued in wisconsin attorney anti-union bill. voting on the bill will continue at the capital even if democrats are not in attendance they fled last week to delay a vote on that bill it would eliminate running rights for many employees the budget battle is in confined to the midwestern state president obama has joined a conversation imperious
>> >> reporter: you think this is just a narrow budget fight think again. some of what i heard coming at of wisconsin weather just making it harder for public employees to bonded general. >> it's more of an insult and unions. >> the president knows wisconsin is just round one. so he sent his efforts at political team organizing for america to help build even larger crowds. , officials are going to take the purchase to ohio, indiana and other big battlegrounds. >> it's just a start. this is payback. >> reporter: teachers are being unfairly prejudiced 41 cuts. war and a pocket for
the care. losing bargaining rights for both. sparker is staring at a 35 $6 billion state but the deficit says he needs to cut somewhere he's getting air cover from john painter who like the president knows wisconsin is just a proxy for their own showdown. when funding runs out and the shutdown is looming. >> he was elected to lead not to run the same lines. they believe democrats are trying to top stop walker because we're were key and other governors will " pull occurs christie as in the republican who face done unions. >> to each resisted that and do the right thing, >> the truth and lonely and directly. or, during long parade of leaders who covered forest and failed.
aides noted in his interview the president did say leaders at all levels will have to make temptresses. >> everyone has to make tough choices we have stuff that freezes pay increases for workers. >> reporter: republicans say they started of news conference saying he wanted an adult conversation with republicans to figure how to play for these programs now he's ending the week by trying to expand the protests that may make it harder for both sides to come together. >> james: let's talk more about this is a growing sentiment that unions are under fire. some states as you just sort of wisconsin, ohio they're looking to limit let their bargaining drying the eye of unions. the scene say they are not going down without a fight. >> after two years of managers and new in solving
problems together another is another way to take away the rights of thousands of teachers. >> their running tv and radio ads to try and keep their rights intact. state governor scott walker once and those rights. once considered politically untouchable for states including tennessee, new jersey, ohio are aiming et public unions to trent were give concessions. with a budget crisis that many states are facing now and given the choice between cutting children from the house keros or going after the unions think a lot more governors will take a look at the >> reporter: unions. will see pockets wide membership the union still have a long way to go. 43 end of the top-10 these campaign donors were unions. still,
republicans came out of the elections controlling 21 governor's mansions. in wisconsin union strength was on display, this is about more than state politics for the fight for the middle class. >> were making a stand what is happened here is historic. this kind of outcry about the need for a healthy middle class is happening rain now and medicine. it's happening across the country. >> reporter: walleyes are waiting the outcome. collective bargaining is something new. 35 states no collective bargaining rights for teachers, >> gary: . >> james: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. this the james lick freeway chocolate
>> louisa: welcome back to the kron 4 news. a shot this money of the james lick, clear, dry. san francisco 43, we should warm in oven to the effort for these flights noon. high of 50 degrees. mid-40s by 8:00. storm tracker 4 the shares as a few cells edging have their way south court.ward. welcome back to the states to the north, occasional isolated showers passing through today could get paget proper share here and they're staying dry for the majority of the day. 35 santa rosa 33 just a degree
above freezing and your napa south bay mid-upper thirties. 37 livermore. 50s the nfl, 52 in santa rosa, novato. east bay temperatures stay into the low 50s as well. we're going to share your future cast to give the idea of what you can expect. well we'll watch is these occasional isolated showers. good chance of picking up showers employee raise, to the north bay. says bay salmon spots better chance of staying dry as a ticket through the bulk of the activity will sit are short.off shore. if you're headg up to talk of increasing clouds through the morning temperature up to 23 for some of the warmers brought
by noontime bringing in a slight chance of some snow showers once again continue to pile of that snow on top of the our refresh news snow. is a clock, we continue to see the chance of showers temperatures staying below freezing throughout the day to day. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. as we head into tuesday, wednesday sunny, dry. thursday, friday rain moves back in. jets of snow and the hillschance hills. >> erica: hotspot, west bound-80 is shut down to two car crash. california highway patrol and emergency crews are on the scene. no estimated time of reopening. once you make it down this is traffic leaving albany
preconditions hear no problems to report traffic rose at the limit. bridge check, the bay bridge, no problems. craig conditions west monday 0 no problems getting to the bridge leading lights are off same story at the same detail west bound, east and 92 look good. no problems whatsoever for your trip heading towards foster city. drive time and just 23 minutes for your trip out of novato and the city limits. james? >> james: police chief will host a meeting to discuss the progress the department has made in the challenges still to come over the past five years crime and palo alto dropped considerably in 2005 they had the fifth highest murder rate in the u.s.. secularizing california 2010 ended with crime down 22%. the changes attributed to the work
within the community. tuesday's meeting will be a 6:00 p.m.. a cable car smashed into a bus near the russian held the reds and the afternoon 30 bound was struck near columbus avenue. the driver apparently lost control after it couldn't keep it brought on a worn cables. two passengers complained of minor injuries but refuse treatment. drivers will undergo drug and alcohol testing. a group of stanford students will be doing time at san quentin. they will gain an insider's knowledge about the prison system when they work with a group of 20 inmates. they're trying to get a better understanding of of issues. both student and inmates have a steady growth policies in the penal system we will see what comes out of that. iit is the only
gainers have been waiting for. gabe slate gives us a sneak peek. >> gabe: after years of rumors it's finally here this sony play station smart phone will be on the market soon its official name is this money ericksobut sony erica play. sony claims it will forever change the way people think about smart phones and mobile gaming. >> we all know how popular it has become to play games but it is a really compare to playing a game and a high handed handled gaming device. now, sony has blended the two high and hand out gaming and a mobile phone in one device. slighted gaming pared,
scroll, across, trying gulf this thing is built for gaming. it is a gaming device but it is also a fully functional smart found iran's and android see get all the good google stuff and access to all of the applications in the android. again see someone who likes of their smart front wants better gaming being interested in this. we do not know the price of the games or the from, it hits the market in three weeks. horizon's network. next week i will get an in person doug rourke. follow me on twitter, i will let you know when the hands on review will air. gabe slate, kron4 news. >> james: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
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>> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. san francisco is stepping up its effort to tell eagled somethito stop illegal dumping. stanley roberts was on hand as officials tried to deal with the problem. >> stanley: this is the deputy director. this panel was done in the bay view section of san francisco led to their some of the city has to clean it up. rask for years and a share new stuff illegally dumped in the bay view and the people of an target in this area and leaving almost anything behind, now the city is fighting back. we're trying to stop illegal dumping.
there have been going door to door handing out fliers talking to honor's about it. >> lending illegally on your property will be responsible it is called don't leave it on the sidewalk. as you can see there's a significant amount of trash put out here on a regular basis. >> stanley: he has been in business in the bay area has seen firsthand. >> some of the businesses take it upon themselves onto his use trash cans. >> stanley: a green business has a unique problem, scavengers or they take your stuff. >> they will dump are setting out of their stuff in. because some business owners refuse to pay for it to use other people's trash jensen said. although i don't live there, seen in my
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unrest to the middle east as they call for country leaders in libya, bahrain to step down. >> mark: the midwest is getting hit with a another snowstorm it will have more coming up. >> darya: wenner we going to get hit with another snowstorm? there was wild to see all of that snow. now everything is dry, clear. >> louisa: we could get more snow on the heels this week, today will be a little more,. still not ruling at the chance of showers today. cold start, a temperatures around freezing. we do have a slight chance of showers especially along the coast and into the north bay. reno your radar give you an idea of where we're seeing it. storm tracker 4 the bulk of the activity up to the north
of us watch the occasional isolated cell passageway cassettes word. right now, a lot of that rain is evaporating before reaches the ground. we could continue with a slight chance of showers throughout the day today. the bulk is sitting on a short period 35 santa rosa, just a degree above freezing in napa. the upper 30s to san rafael. mid-upper 30s in the south bay. our high sustained low 50s. 50 in san rafael. along the coast a bit cooler looks like we will not escape the '40's. 54 degrees into san jose. satellite, radar shares to the storm in the pacific northwest spreading supper. plenty of showers to
the northwestern portion of our state. green some showers off short educational isolated scherer rose through today. in terms f tahoe if you're heading up for a day of skiing, you could see some some shares. later on today, rio 30 percent chance continuing into about 8:00. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. by wednesday wheel of canterbury, cold, rainy weather continues to move in. snow into the hills chance of wet weather for the weekend. >> george: if you remember your freddie redd it was good, and likely will see that today. west bend, and no traffic in fact around the bay area no hot spots or
problems seaperches are extremely light. this looks like a sunday morning. for the westbound direction. no delays, and no problems. much later than usual here, this being presidents day, it's likely to see holiday conditions for the entire area. certainly the case at the golden gate bridge, as you can see heard the any cars says bound, there's one car in the northbound direction mid span. austin, berkeley that had a problem or earlier this morning in above the closure of this grant. to westbound 80 it has been cleared. >> mark: the search for to will not treat teens ends tragically. --walnut creek teens. the bodies were found
several miles away in a concord canal. you can see the location during this period there was a search and rescue attempt or the weekend they went into the canada whereunto p.m. saturday afternoon there were supposed to meet a friend at the other end, they never showed up there were reported missing around midday. . the search continued on sunday, boys' bodies discovered sunday afternoon. >> darya: breaking news, this just into the kron 4 news, protesters say they have been battling for control of the center overnight. here's a scene of the protest there were snipers, supporters were shooting from speeding vehicles as these protesters ran outside. the protests
appeared to be the heaviest so far. after days of deadly clashes protesters or moving into the square. plain clothes security forces and militiamen attacked the clashes, that lasted until dawn today. a group of protesters calling for the ouster of the entire ruling monarchy is part of the sweeping demands to call off the uprising. it is unclear how much weight to this group carries. it's also calling for 30 to be put on trial for a tax on protesters. it led the least seven dead, hundreds injured. >> mark: calling the protests in yemen, this is new view of the protesters. they're rejecting demands that this step down. the widespread demonstrations are unacceptable as a provocation about his renewed calls for talks with
these protesters. the president as telling a news conference he ordered them to fire at demonstrators in case of self-defense. >> this is a virus, or heritage, the croats from the many people. it's a buyer's the came from benicia, egypt and many different regions. it is like in saroyan's the opposite is use it was someone infected you're infected. >> mark: his role the poorest of the arab countries for three decades. >> darya: as to what is a man on storm tracker 4 air and get a look at the midwest. they're getting hit with another snowstorm several states and rising orders to stay off the highways. this is the video, lake view minnesota for a look at the slicked road conditions, they could get
as much as 20 in. of snow today. they have plenty of it already. air travel is are being affected, but the canceled seven of the fight to and from the airport. video into kron4, a detroit michigan. we all know what that is light, it is hard to move around the kids see him to another foot of snow from the storm. it started coming down, a detroit 230 flights were canceled. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. coming up ran after the break i sacramento reporter and his camera woman attacked. all live look here from the bay bridge, light traffic and light traffic is expected on this president's doing.deay. it's really delicious, mom.
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and photographer had been treated for mild injuries after being attacked while they're on the story. that happened in a sacramento suburb yesterday the crew was covering a memorial service at said and i hop when the mourners went on the attack. you can see a female camera woman is being dragged. they punched and kicked a reporter as well there's a reporter pushing them away. eventually things cool down. that memorial service was for a 27 year- old man who was shot after a fight at that app early sunday morning reports that this charter rask and spruce is no one was arrested. obviously there was another crew. they stayed away and the other side of the street there were not touched it is kept running. we're following the latest set of wisconsin the
stalemate continues over union rights. >> mark: handful of republican lawmakers might have to stand up to the new governor he's making clear that he's got a proposal that will save wisconsin money it will eliminate collective bargaining rights for most public employees. senate democrats said the still less reach their not returns they can i get a vote without them they're planning to delay their comeback there not want to let this pass even if they have to miss votes and other bills. people have been attacking the state capital off teachers have been getting doctors notes tuesday in protest considered going into school union leaders say they're not going to let up we will see what happens, the democratic lawmakers have disappeared. to avoid a vote. 2 >> darya: friends at california's man his yacht has been hijacked by somali
pirates are speaking out. he's spreading levels around the world, he been sending e-mail's was telling the trip but then he went silent on february 12th because he did not want to reveal his vacation to pirates. about caring for americans was hijacked on friday. we'll be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues. a very cold morning more after the break. very quiet on this president's day, the images are cold. san francisco in the 43 now.
see traffic is at a holiday place. this headlight headed into the city, north bound, when the seventh month i there's basically no traffic. quite cold. very cold. >> darya: for those of us your up it is chilly. this weekend at that was an tahoe in addition a was so cold. no snow today. >> louisa: we may see a share today however much, though we have to deal with. in oakland currently pretty chilly. singing opera for these high temperatures 52 bennett and 42 8:00. a few sprinkles up and to the north bay. if you do sienese sprinkles a very light. as
we wind it out the bulk of the activity is staying well as to the north. lives like a lot of the showers will stay offshore today what we might just see the occasional warming cell passing on through. 35 santa rosa. really chilly there. fairfield, antioch down into monday, san jose 37 degrees. here's draft in highs at vintage '50s 52 centers there. 53 in san francisco temperatures will stay into the low 50s to the span santa san jose 54. what's happening rain now is that storm system is starting to it is well along the coast we could actually see a lot of that weather has a move suffered continued to stay offshore we're certainly not
ruling out the chance of the occasional shower today if you're heading up to tahoe it should be in good one. increasing clouds, should stay dry it looks like about a chance of bringing in some snow showers by about noontime glossing into the evening. a good-sized kid below freezing. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. a data showed it will catch a bit of rhetoric for wet weather. lot since then tran in-store years to come friday cold, rain, snow in the hills once again what weather continues to the weekend george? >> george: thank you, great right threat the bay area during certain hot spots are much in the way of slow traffic much lighter than usual traffic today than you can see it's very much in evidence here at the bay bridge toward plaza just a
few cars are working their way west bound. san mateo, much later, the right side of your screen is the west are drive towards foster city. golden gate bridge or last time we left we had to wait to find a card. expect light ride for the commute. public transit is on holiday schedule bart is not even running yet. they don't start until 6 because they were on a saturday schedule. the ferry is set of service today. james >> james: we're keeping our eye on holiday travel flight delays in heaven nasty system working its way through we sat nearly a thousand flights canceled yesterday. the pitcher is not all that great a session for the midwest we have all boards of an hour and 20
minutes arrival delays out of minneapolis 3 hour 42 travel delays at o'hare. in the east coast lick korea, philadelphia both of those reporting departure delays of at least one hour. not a great situation for air travel we'll keep an eye on this and let you know things get any worse. > >> darya: 1 and winds up in the hospital he was hit multiple times the ball is financed through the window of his home. this is on saturday night the street was a watchman way. two armed suspects on the run after ambushing a security guard and robbing a building in south san francisco. the rest of the guard to the ground fighting drug traffic the keys to the building.
they took an undisclosed amount of property from the building. before they to across the garden is treated for minor injuries. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live look here from the golden gate bridge quiet, cold center is a, 35 degrees rain now, looking for a high and low 50s this afternoon.
>> darya: 526 a m e will have to take a deeper into politics to fill up the gas tanks. --5:26 a.m. the average price for gas is $3.18. of course it is more here, that is 5¢ this minister of the past two weeks 50¢ more we're paying them this time last year. this bike is largely to blame on the protests in the middle east.
>> mark: new details in this chamber and a gas line explosion federal regulators say temporarily increasing the pressure beyond legal limits in their pipelines would violate federal regulations the chronicle is reporting that pacific gas and electric company had to expected the pipeline in san bruno for week wild after spiking the pressure. according to an interpretation of safety rules there had to expect the pipeline in 2003 and 2008. >> darya: is not unheard of for a bold fire to send manhole covers flying into the air it's happened before and it happened again yesterday, this time at across rock. kron4 is dan kerman has the details. >> reporter: and manhole cover has exploded sign at
least 10 ft. in the air before crashing down in the middle of the crosswalks and in two. no pedestrians were in the crosswalk at the time. fire officials say pacific gas and electric company had trouble with the same man call earlier in the week. >> darya: pacific gas and electric company says it has and will continue takes steps to minimize the risks of manhole incidents utility says it's replaced more than 50,000 ft. of underground cable and is now deploying locking manhole covers attached to the votes. they develop new software and line them to better monitor underground agreement. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. 50 myers, the roadway is clear.
>> mark: i'll live look from mount tam, louise is tracking temperatures. >> louisa: is coal that there, freezing happen to the north bay, i shot this morning from downtown san francisco. cold start especially in the north bay that is were action seeing that black ice this morning . very late, a few sprinkles, that is kind of what we're expecting. as we wide net out, it is the northwestern portion of the state that is getting the bulk of the wet weather. as we take today the system of southport, offshore, we might see the occasional cell working its way through picking up a few pop the showers, also to the north
bay as well. as we continue to see those cells sit offshore. if word got to the south bay, a good chance of staying dry all day today. same story for downtown san francisco. right now, at thirties, many locations, 35 santa rosa, 33 napa, upper 30s for fairfield, antioch, monday, says a.43 san franciscos to work their way into the 50s. --heights. along the coast a bit cooler, trapping at around 49 for half moon bay, 54 san jose, 53 mountain view. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. a break tomorrow, wednesday, sunny, dry. we will: up by the end of the week. another system works
this way and plenty of rainfall. >> george: no problems or hot spots, holiday conditions around the bay. light traffic here in the westbound direction public transit is on holiday schedule that means bart is not running yet. san mateo, very light traffic here in the westbound direction. only three lanes. we may see a higher volume of what looks like a higher volume, lighter than usual ride. golden gate, still problem free much lighter than usual traffic. our other camera, san francisco, smooth ride on the inbounds central. no problems to arts sfo. >> darya: thank you, more coverage of the weather, it is cold up there, will trent
is showing you where your face. >> will: 39 degrees, is that the freezing level? no. it is a cold? absolutely. you can see my breath, we will see his eyes on your windshield. it's not cold enough where the water freezes. make sure you bundle up this morning, just to sit in your car appeared here's the reason why, they took me 5-7 and is just to get the car warm enough so the heater would be warm enough to defrost the windshield. on a day like today, make sure you stay in the car and not in the house will your car warms up. these love that. >> mark: the latest on the search for to walnut creek teens. the bodies of 16 year-old matt miller and 17
year-old gavin paul were found several miles away in a concord can now. you can see the location on google errors. the students went into the canal are around 2:00 p.m. saturday afternoon there were supposed to meet a friend at the other hand, they never showed up. there are reported missing at midnight but it was too dangerous to send in teams. there we >> darya: the former commander of the narcotics task force who was arrested for the draft and selling of drugs has been released after posting bail. he walked out of jail after his bail was reduced from $1 million to $400,000 on friday. will she is accused of selling thousands of dollars worth of drugs including dru methods of newman.marijuana.
>> darya >> mark: they're calling this the time for reform and dialogue, in many countries the chance for dialogue is being overshadowed by the violence. >> reporter: the vending crackdown on protesters demanding investor in the library has seen more than 20 people dead. the longtime leader has not spoken publicly since the protests began. will his son to to the air ways warning that the violence does not stop a civil war could erupt. >> littl he called for implementation of democratic reforms. >> with her career, historical moments to create a straw man of >> reporter: reform. what
those reforms are it is unclear. >> he will not stop. i think it is time for the world to step in and tell the span to stop killing. >> reporter: the way as in the united nations are denouncing any fruit ripens against peaceful protesters. >> gary: >> gary: >> gary: >> gary: >> gary: >> gary peaceful protesters. protestors are holding firm will they await the results of an appeal from the crown prince. >> darya: 5:37 a.m. we will be back with one a couple of minutes. thank you, for watching the kron 4 morning news it is really quiet out there and the roads of this president's day. this is your captain speaking,
kron 4 news. slight chance of a few showers on this president day. to mark, was in day, very cool morning '20s in land. a little warmer in there is a look at yoy around the bay. and san francisco the cable car smashed into a bus near russian held sunday afternoon kate l. perrin minibus was struck by a cable car near columbus avenue to driver last control of the cable car after he could not keep it slipping from the cable. jurors of the bus and a cable car are undergoing drug and alcohol tests. five people were arrested on suspicion of trying to buy alcohol from minors. a. boyar girl was asked by police to approach 45 different adults and ask them to buy alcohol. five
people agreed they were arrested. all the suspects received notices. if found guilty the minimum fine is $1,000.24 hours community service. >> darya: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. focusing on the weather and at some of the traffic because it is a holiday it is cold out there and it is called back east to. check out this live shot, you can see all of this snow.
>> darya: welcome back to the kron 4 news. under arrest is continuing in libya in the bay area they are trying desperately to find out what's happening to their family and friends. many are horrified by what they're seeing, frightened by what they're not. >> vicki: from the san francisco living room they sit and watch frustrated. >> i heard there were snipers shooting at people, i heard people walking on
their knees are so afraid to get shot >> vicki: by gunsvicki there rely on cell phones for news. no one would rely know what's going on. >> there's really a massive you're going on there. >> vicki: for fear of reprisals the ccouple asks not use their name. >> there so many people willing to go and face bullets. >> they had nothing, not even a stick, they get shot at. it is nothing but a big jail. they're scared to talk, that is where they're calling people please, help us. they're so many people getting killed. >> vicki: their own young children have never been there but even they have strong feelings about the leader. >> he has been killing all the libyans. i do not like that. i want him out. we
need him out. >> vicki: she says she is inspired and fearful. >> i am worried, everyone is worried, we get to this point where we're breaking this year. we've seen other people in during their freedom. >> darya: we will continue to report the latest developments right here in the kron 4 morning news. >> mark: on the bay area weather, it is cold out there. now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: it does look like we'll have a wash tub but we are keeping a slight chance of washers. this morning santa , topping out 52. back down to the upper thirties by 8:00. radar, as you raindrops to the north bay. we have some
cells sitting offshore. you can see the bulk of the wet weather stays in the pacific northwest, we are watching us system jumping, south word. most of the moisture it stays off shore. by noon, when a chance of showers are really just saying around point reyes. everyone stands a chance up into the north bay. current temperatures, 35 santa rosa, 33 napa, upper 30s doubt that. 37 mountain view, san jose. afternoon highs low 50s, 51 richmond, 50 san francisco, keeping their highs in the low 50s. a little cooler along the coast. 49 half
moon bay, 54 san jose, watch the storm system you can see how it's going southward. the bulk is expected off short. we could see the chance for isolated showers throughout the day to day. tahoe, president's day, could drive this morning increasing clouds. better chance of a few snow showers in the afternoon. noon, 30 percent chance up until 8:00 p.m. ticket those ties, not getting above the freezing mark today. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. at rate tuesday, wednesday another storm into the mix. >> george: still in easy ride around the bay area, not expecting much in the way of trouble or slow traffic. a potential for problems are hot spots exist. at the bridges,
things are light, easy. probably even easier today than there was an friday. holiday conditions certainly for the san mateo bridge, much lighter than usual traffic here for your west bound commute. golden gate, problem free of marin.out of ma. bart willstar operationsstart os at 6:00 a.m. they are on the saturday schedule. oakland alanine and ferry knows service today. >> darya: are continuing team coverage of the cold morning that we're having craig sklar is showing us the conditions. >> reporter: all little snow and rain in saigon.
when has left cold, clear weather. san jose's in the '30s. here on highway 17 it is closer to freezing. all of the moisture is gone which means their roots are there. there's not a lot of ways to deal with. keep the heater going it is very cold. >> mark: san jose fire officials say they discovered a marijuana growing operation will putting at a house fire. no one was home at the time, firefighters say the fire did 150-$200,000 damage. >> reporter: we found several things inside the lead them to believe it was a marijuana crop region. >> lithium batteries they have car on fire. that gives is our problem of hazardous materials. secondly, we had
found the dead bypass the meter this posed a problem because they could not stop the car in the crotch of large bridge signs of marijuana. --to launc it from. >> there's no indication this is going down. quiet neighborhood. generally we all know what is going on we see people coming in. we know most of the people. this is a surprise. >> mark: firefighters are still looking out the exact cause, marijuana grown roses are often the fire i >> darya: was it. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. as we cover our weather here in the bay area we're also peaking at weather in the country this is green bay, wisconsin. no
>> mark: san francisco is stepping up its efforts to curb illegal dumping. now, here is stanely roberts, with some people behaving badly. >> stanley: this is the deputy director of public works sifting through piles of illegally giant from trees. it was dumped in the bay view, it was left there as of now the city passed canada.for the last four years e
have been showing you step the illegally dumped. people have been targeting this area leaving almost everything behind. the city is fighting back. >> we're trying to stop illegal dumping. >> stanley: two agencies have been going door to door tracking to business owners about illegal dumping. >> if it's done under property will be responsible. >> stanley: it is called " don't leave it on the sidewalk " they want to educate people about leaving things on the sidewalk. this is one of the business owners, he has seen firsthand people of dumping stuff. >> several local businesses to get upon themselves to use other people's trash cans. >> stanley: agreed business has a unique problem. >> they take our recess,
that it out, but there's seven. >> stanley: because some owners refuse to pay for garbage collection they use other people's trash cans instead. although i do not live there, seeing the amount of stuff slumped on the streets saddens me. into never be this way. if you want to learn more about the " don't leave it on the sidewalk " campaign i've placed a link on www.kron4.com. >> darya: 5:58 a.m., check out the thermometer's your ruling came it is 40 degrees rain now it is a chilly once start of chloe maybe you have today off your going to want to bundle up. we will be right back.
note can you that if >>darya: the new week brings more drastic for the protests going on right at all and libya, yemen to. what the latest details. gas prices jumped more than 5¢ in the past two weeks we will see how much the bay area is paying coming up. >>mark: the check the weather, not tam left hand side. atf can tell, were watching weather here up at lake tahoe. >>reporter: tablatures in the 30's this morning marc. i shot of mount tam, starting off dry however bringing in a slight chance of sprinkles. the chance of black ice with all the cool temperatures in the north bay. the chance of the occasional showers for the day. here's the raid are showing you where we are seeing what what they're up into the north bay.