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fire in san francisco after hotel goes up and slams.in flam >> will: the nurses in oakland will go on strike in we will tell you why. kron 4 morning news starts right now. >> live from the bay area new station this is the kron 4 morning news. >> darya: all the latest development in an overnight news, first weather and traffic. >> james: all live look from that hospital out there, we will tell you more about that in a little bit. it will be cool around the day of the coast, comfortable inland, we will get warm nice enough to be outside with no trouble at all. we will have a cooler weekend coming up, first and early track on
traffic. >> erica: the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza as solid backup all ready drive times straight ahead. >> mark: president barack obama market and the death of osama bin laden by honoring those that died and september 11th attacks. he will be at ground zero, he will meet privately with the families of those killed. he'll also meet with responders. he has no scheduled remarks but it is likely he might make an and formal statement on the site. we will follow the latest. the white house explaining why the photos taken of the osama bin laden will be under wraps. president barack obama says releasing the pictures is not who we are as a country. he doesn't want the photos to become a propaganda to incite
violence >> darya: another developing story right now as we speak hundreds of nurses at children's hospital are walking off the job. it is the first of a five day strike. live at the hospital there ready with their signs. >> will: they will not be back to work till 7:00 a.m. tuesday morning. the hospital is asking them to contribute $4,100 in to the health care benefits. the irony is they worked at a world class hospitals taking care of children, because of this they cannot afford to bring children to this hospital because they don't make a lot of money to begin with. i got done talking to the hospital representative and they said don't feel sorry for them, the nurses make about $67 an hour. that is about
$144,000 every year. the hospital is asking they contribute a dollar and 625 per hour into this benefit. they say it is very affordable. they lost $15 million last year, the nurses claim they should be treated the same as airline pilots they feel because they were cured they should be able to fly for free, or in this case get free health care. >> darya: has patience been able to get through that into the hospital? >> will: patients are having no problems, they have been here before. this is about year-old, they did the same thing in october to three day strike, the patients are welcome here by the nurses and hospital ministers. they brought in 120 replacement workers, this should not disrupt services, it should
be normal as any other day. however elective surgery that will be postponed until after the nurses come back tuesday. >> mark: other stories dozens of people displaced after this fire tore through a residential hotel differences though. bear trend figure of the cause. three alarm blaze breaking out in the 1000 block of false and street. it severely burned the hotel and damaged three other buildings in the process. our rescue this morning, yoli is live. >> reporter: it was really nice, before 5:00 a.m. as fire fighters were doing their rounds taking a look for hot spots one firefighter move debris, something moved, it ended up being little to walk. he is light brown coat to him. he
seemed more less ok, the back side of him had some burn. spca came out and pick up the dog. they are making sure he is ok, hopefully he can be reunited with the owner. speaking of owners, a couple of people have been coming by seeing if they could get back into their apartment, 70 people have been displaced by this fire, people from not only the main unit here were the fire broke out but as well as this that they're building right here on the side. you can't see the damage from here, there is a lot of damage on the backside of the selling. even part of the roof had fallen in on this building as well as the from building here on folsom st.. they're just really is no roof left on this
building, 70 people displaced, it will be awhile we are still waiting for investigators to come in, they have to go through all the rubble, see what caused this fire. once they get through their investigation they have to make sure the integrity of the building is safe for people to walk in and grab their stuff. from the looks of it, it looks like it will take a while for them to get to that point. they are telling people who are coming by just to wait and check again this afternoon. to check to see what the statices whether they can go in or if fire fighters have to go in and grab their stuff for the people at this point. it is this still sit tight and wait and see. >> mark: it is nice they saw the toile walk of life. there are two injuries but no major injuries. >> darya: all look at our roof in san francisco, you can see
the clear skies, we are looking at another warm day inland, but we have a cool down at the coast. >> james: looking back across the day, beautiful day in the making, let's walk you through what we expect that happened. yesterday was a record-setting day, temperatures above the old record set in 1953, 1987. we are starting off nice and warm this morning, 53 san francisco, oakland, still cool to the north upper 40's across san rosa, napa valley, fairfield. it will warm up nicely this afternoon, once we hit our peak of the hottest part of the did about 3:00 p.m. we will be in low 80s and the north bay, cooler yet along the peninsula especially the coast
upper 60s, san francisco downtown 73, down by san mateo 76. oakland 78, 80 degrees for a word, at 83 in fremont. concord, pittsburgh 88 there, one last up san jose 87 degrees expected here through much of the south bay. 88 in cupertino. a breakdown of what we see as of tomorrow and saturday. look at that temperature san francisco getting down to 60 by tomorrow. 7 day forecast coming up. >> erica: no hot spots so here's the bridge check, a crowd is certainly forming it is stretching past was grand ave. traffic is heavy up the incline across the upper deck. san mateo
>> justine: we are watching the unveiling of the afghanistan exit and accountability. they are introducing this bill that requires president barack obama to give up land for getting out of afghanistan. they want the president to give a time line for withdrawal of troops was the second dates including when they will and over security and military. the white house said it will begin withdrawing troops in july, but jones says he wants to see them come home within one year. we will be right úúúo
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look the disaster relief. now let's take a look at kentucky, people are pretty upset as they see their houses have been inundated with water. the president, declaring emergency situation, >> mark: one week since the deadly tornado out right in the midwest, death toll is at 329. guzzlers -/. the weather service confirming at
>> erica: cooling steady and the approach the bay bridge toll plaza and a change in the back up in the last 25 minutes. not bad a ride right now else. we are on schedule leaking your way into san francisco. 880 over crust is your best at those metering lights were activated about 6:20 a.m., traffic is reportedly heavy it along the incline. no delays at the san mateo bridge, certainly not a hot spot this morning, traffic is thick on the right-hand side of your screen headed to foster city but still tracking and
could drive time of just 14 minutes across the stand. golden gate bridge ride still a quiet, the best bridge of them all right now, lots of space between cars. james lick freeway in san francisco dealing with slowing rate or the james lick means the inbound central, that is typical of this time of the morning. no major delays. >> darya: new details this morning, drivers will pay more for neighborhood parking permits in san francisco. july 1st the disabled parking fines will go after it $850, a residential business and transit violations will go up as well. muni has approved those increases. there has been a
surge in jobless benefits applications rose last week by 43,000, that is the third increase in four weeks the highest level in eight monks. they blame and on an increase of applications out of new york where more school systems than usual were closed for spring break resulting in 25,000 layoffs. >> mark: earnings coming and gm coming out with their quarterly report its net income for the first quarter tripled totalling $2 billion, sorry $3.2 billion. that is the best performance since the suv boom in 2000. it credit strong car sales in china. gm's and the sale of gm's former auto parts division. retailers expect to report
strong sales from last month. that includes costco, victoria secrets. target are warning shoppers they may feel the pressure from higher gas prices, as far as door prizes are concerned. >> darya: 721 day at back with more in a couple of minutes. big story is the key to, if you like yesterday will look today, in line to a game, by the coast a bit cooler. this is mount tam can get a new high above to see it is clear route there, enjoying this last day of heat because we are headed into of cool them, just in time for the weekend. but it still will be ok, mother's day sunday 67 and i'm saying mother's day just remind you.
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>> james: 7:25 p.m. your approach to the bay bridge looking nice, your 7 day forecast you will get up into the upper 80s this afternoon for our inland spots. cool or around the bay. all in all of fantastic day. probably the last best day before the cooling trend kicks in on friday. we do have a chance of a sprinkle or two on sunday for mother's day. temperatures into the '60s. we rebound slightly next week. that is a look at your 70 forecast. now to the news. >> justine: and tupelos see is
speaking at the unveiling of legislation called the afghanistan exit act. >> so we do not find yourself in a situation again. i'm very pleased to be here with my colleagues, and has been a leader on this subject, especially about the bus pleased to be here with our colleague to ambition who has legislation on the floor. we have to go to the floor in terms of the previous question. he will talk about if we could what his legislation will do. families, businesses, everybody is very affected by the private price at the pump. we have to take the lead to make sure we are not in this place
where the consumer is sabotage. >> justine: it will require the president give the congress a time for withdrawing troops out of afghanistan with specific dates including when we will hand over security and military . the white house believes they will begin to withdraw them in july. >> darya: 7:27 a.m. secretary of state hillary clinton is calling for the ouster of the coffee clinton are arriving in rome and earlier this morning, she is there for two days to talk about strategy of the country, it comes after uns idea for the ceasefire appeared president of obama is moving to free up some assets to use that money to fund the rebels. >> mark: workers have gone in to
the power plant in japan since the earthquake. workers were installing six annihilation machines in an attempt to absorb the radiation from the air inside that building. that is lower the radiation levels before they can proceed with replacing the cooling system. the work is expected to take 4-5 days. >> darya: we will be right back.
go inside without being hassled as well as minute administrators. the strike started last october, they took a break and they were hoping to get something resolve but it has not. at 7:00 a.m. this morning it started their strike. i talk to the spokeswoman at hospital this is what she had to say. >they say the irony is the workr but can't afford to bring their children here. >> the average hourly rate is $67. to pay a $62 an hour to be able to select where they bring their children for care, that's an option that gives them the flexibility to do that. it is the reason why we offer this option, we do not think his son reasonable. >> will: the hospital is asking
for the $100 every year to their health benefits to bring their children to this hospital. they say that for nurses that may is much as they do can afford this. joining me now or registered nurse here, and you think is unreasonable to be asked to contribute? >> " we feel is nurses in the bay area, they don't contribute to their health care plan, we think it's a matter of principle, to stay with the bay area's standard, we would like to keep our health insurance, we would like to continue to bring our children here for care. >> will: it's not a matter of whether you can or can't afford it, is that you aren't going to be to issue just don't do it. >> that is correct. >> will: think you have there we will talk to you throughout the morning. if the hospital says they are not bankrupt they have
money despite this in $15 million last year, at some point they will lose money because they are being propped up by a foundation. much more on this story later. >> mark: barry weather with a live look what san francisco another beautiful start for your day. >> james: it's almost like a carbon copy of yesterday. we have a look at walnut creek, sunny conditions out there giving san ramon valley and nice way to wake up and going on this day. let's walk through what we expect today, it will be cooler, inland spots will be a nice and warm this afternoon but we have a much cooler weekend, that begins tomorrow chilling and down towards mother's day sunday. temperatures at the current hour, we're watching them slowly rise, napa was in
the upper 40's now getting about the 50 degree mark, 47 in san rosa, 54 in san francisco, looking at opportunities in the south bay, 58 in san jose. tour of your highs this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. bishop year maximum heat of the day, 84 is where san rosa will be, san rafael 80 degrees for you, the peninsula depends on where you are upper 60s by the coast, bayside mid to upper 70's low 80s the further south to get. 80 in hayward, 83 of fremont, over the hill pleasanton 87, livermore 86. we are looking at operatives in the south bay, 89 intake campbell, 87 as well in san jose. so your
7 day forecast here's where it's breaking down. today is a good day of afternoon weather, temperatures dropped noticeably, continuing to slide toward sunday. your highs in line sunday 67 degrees compared to about 20 degrees warmer today. big 20 degrees line between now and then. slight chance of a sprinkle or two will tell you more about that the closer we get to it. >> erica: not so good of the morning in traffic. we have a couple of hot spots. the motorcycle is sitting in the center divide up because it is an injury accident set lained is blocked off causing slowing along 238. speeds down to about 25 mi. an hour, allow yourself extra time, the bay bridge toll
plaza i'm thinking about calling it a hot spot. more delays on the 880 over cross, meter lights were turned on at your normal time, no accidents or incidents across the upper deck. san until a bridge good news they are not tracking in is a hot spot no delays. traffic is thinning out ever so slightly on the right- hand side of your screen. golden gate bridge a foragers friday the city, top speeds of just 25 minutes spot of novato into san francisco >> darya: president barack obama is marking the death of osama bin laden by honoring those who died in the september 11th of the tax. the president will lay a wreath at a memorial on the ground zero. he will meet privately with the families of those were killed. as well as
the emergency people the russian.. >> mark: news around the bay more trouble for the drug enforcement team san ramon police officer under arrest, lewis was arrested when he recallride to work. he is the td police officer charged. he is being held on suspicion of aiding and abetting, grand theft, conspiracy, position of o'clock illegal assault rifle. he is being held on bail. this is the other people involved. the former commander he was the first person arrested along with christopher butler, the third person is david all on suspicion
of stealing and selling drove the evidence. they have pleaded not guilty >> mark: we will be back with more of a couple of minutes. a look to the james lick freeway traffic is moving well. if we can only stop traffic light that. weren't for nice warm day. i am a sneeze whisperer. i am an allergy analyst. bermuda grass. ragweed. willow. i am a dander decoder. chihuahua.
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where highs will shape up, as for your 74 cows, the cooling trend continues tomorrow, you can see how dramatic changes. the cooler we get, by sunday into the '60s. we have a chance of a sprinkler two as well. let's see how the morning ride is shaping up. >> erica: nwe are in hot spot mode at mission boulevard, motorcycle accident with injuries involved out there appeared the left lane is blocked, last check was odd bits of yellow on the screen now seeing red appear or speeds dip down to 17 miles an hour. allow yourself extra time if this is your commute this morning. at the bay bridge toll plaza of the westbound ride not much of all
week here. san mateo bridge is an easy ride, 1 01 traffic is that moving while approaching the toll plaza and in to san francisco. >> mark: 7 people have been arrested in connection with the shooting san francisco police announced wednesday afternoon that seven arrests have been made in the fatal shooting of a german tourist in the city's theater district last august. the victim, 50-year-old mechthild schroer, was in san francisco last august celebrating her birthday and 25th wedding anniversary with her husband when she was shot and killed near the union square theater district. she was caught in the crossfire of a gang shootout. schroer's husband and two sons were in the bay area last week, pressing for answers. san francisco police say four gang members were arrested and charged with murder. one 18- year-old and two juveniles were also arrested and charged as accessories to the murder. one adult suspect is outstanding. this goes a long way to what we say about game violence. the
arrest, nine months after her killing. police continued their search for an eighth suspect. the man suspected of killing four women in the 1970's and 1990's including two women in the bay area expected after four this morning joseph has requested to represent himself, he will find out today if he can act as his own attorney. we will have an attorney in a court room bring you any new developments. >> darya: today is cinco de mile. they are advising people be safe and responsible. 13 agencies are deploying extra ring units. free tows for drivers and you had too much to celebrate you can get a toe which is valid within 10 mi. of
the drivers tell. that happens between 6:00 p.m. tonight and 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. if you want the free tow service dial 1-800-aaa-help. >> justine: continuing our online discussion the question has to do with prince william and his bride coming to california for three days starting july 8th, the panelists did not describe details but it will be williams first official visit, and kate's first visit to the country. one viewer says go to wine country, from samantha take a trip to monterey enjoyed the of beach and seventeen mile drive. follow sun twitter group
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>> mark: bay area weather and ice warm one again, upper seventies around the bay fog coming in tomorrow and to the weekend warmer high cooling down. don't forget about mother's day on sunday, they still do today party mail. >> darya: and you have to because your mother does not to the internet. nobody's mother checks the e-mail. nothing says
i love you mom like an e-mail. >> mark: to hollywood news we are following maybe good news finally for mel gibson, his ex has dropped her domestic violence accusations during a hearing in los angeles lawyer said she wanted the restraining order lifted. she had been using it in an attempt to change the custody arrangement for the child. mariah carey has unveiled the names of their twins. moroccans and monroe. baby monroe named after marilyn monroe, or rock in got his names from the moroccan a room in her home where her as propose stiffer. the girls the fastest
growing girls name is macy. and then shake up for a boy. if you're on the cutting edge that the first rising name. situation, michael known as the situation has the deal for a spinoff. he's not alone last month and tv said they had agreements with j while, as the key, everybody gets to show these days. >> mark: so much talent on the injured to the jersey shore. >> darya: so much here and all. >> mark: will be right úúúo
developing news to tell you about. we also want to get shut the door that quick look at weather and traffic. >> and i stand at all lot like yesterday a live look at san francisco blues night, sunshine is up were starting to see temperatures begin to rise. >> james: 54 degrees and san francisco, 70 by lunchtime. another great day and have lunch and outside 73 after noon high. this back down to the '60s this evening complete with your forecasts coming up. big changes in store this weekend. natalie temperatures rise but rain wise. good morning erica. >> erica: good morning james, hotspot 238, mission boulevard. it just cleared, still dealing with the back up. will check on the hot spot and your bridges state
ahead. >> justine: at the three fired that could involve some hazardous materials has prompted a shelter in place order. it's happening in this area. police are telling people to stay in their homes on the 1200 block and the 1500's rock. people in the area are being asked to close our doors and windows. you're asked to bring your pets inside. we do know that the fire is now out, it burned in a backyard. for crews or string determine whether it is safe for residents to resume their activities. will private by two of these. >> darya: president barack obams marking the death by honoring those who've been locked in killed. the president is laying a wreath at the memorial at ground
zero this morning. and meeting privately with the families of those killed when the world trade center towers went down. he does not have any scheduled remarks but he will likely make a comment. we'll carry the ceremony live. >> mark: the white house's explaining why the photos of the osama bin laden will stay under wraps. it is " not to we are as a country. " he doesn't want them to become a propaganda to incite violence. >> darya: we're one hour in to the latest developments happening at shouldn't hospital in oakland, this is a five day action to show their prom with the work contract. will is live. so far so good? >> will: there will be any disruption in your service, have yet to bring a child down here. however, elective
surgeries, something that is not needed will be put up. here's me do that we shot, they're not only standing in front of the hospital and other walking around the place. hospital is asking lenders is to contribute $4,100 into their health-care benefits. a $62 an hour. -- $1.62 an hour. considering the make $67 an hour on average they don't think it is unreasonable. we talked to the nurses is not a matter that can or cannot afford it it's the principle that they work here, they should be able to bring their children free the compared to an airline pilot, they worked for the airlines they fly for free, they should bring their children without any cost
are not as high. it is something they are working it out. neither side sees too much. --seems to budge. a couple of days ago they call that the negotiations, no word yet on when they will be back up the bargaining table. you need to bring a child here according to the administrators and the nurses you should be ok. they're welcoming people to come without any hassle. >> darya: thank you, are? >> mark: the latest set of san francisco, dozens of people displaced after this huge fire. investigators still trying to figure out what caused this blaze that broke the old.out. it damaged te buildings in the process. yoli is live on the scene. what is the latest? >> reporter: investigators discover on the scene,
deputy chief guard mayor is on the scene as well. over 100 people between this building and the next one. a lot of people are being displaced. they're just now arriving trying to see if they can get in, get their stuff. it's frustrating because, they have to wait. investigators just on the scene they have to do their investigation, figure out where this fire originated what was the cause. once they go through that prices they will have to see if it's safe for people to go in or whether they have to be escorted. the mib case where firefighters have to go in and grab what ever they see them bring it out for people. it's a long wait for the people live in any of these buildings to see when the connection get their personal stuff because, the investigation is going on as well as making sure this is ok and safe. there is a little story that did come at of all of this, right before
5:00 a.m. this morning one of the firefighters as he was doing his walks through looking for hot spots, moving debris he found a to what, huddled up in a corner in a closet. near the light, and recently he survived the fire. this was a for alarm fire. it was huge. somehow this little dog was able to survive. they're trying to reunite the dock with the honor. >> mark: it's amazing that they found a mexican doggones ago tamayo. >> darya: we have a little cool down that we're in for by the weekend, one more day of this nice heat. >> james: one more day to get out there and enjoy lunch of side before the clouds roll in. there are temperatures slide into the '60s. a live look at the bay bridge, the sun is up, we're warming things up as well
this afternoon cooler than yesterday. but still a great afternoon the really cool weather comes this weekend we were sure that you coming up. temperatures are ok, we're warming them up minute by minute. 54 san francisco napa 55, san jose 58. fremont 63. things are getting toasty there. antioch 61. santa rosa upper '40's, don't worry before too much longer you'll break that 50 degree mark. and then you'll enjoy highs, santa rosa 48 degrees you'll get up to 84. probably wal-mart are warmer spots. 80 in san rafael. san francisco, 73 a little cooler along the coast. oakland mid-upper '70's. 80
in hayward, union city 78. fremont 83. warming slightly as you head south on 68087 degrees expected there. that is exactly how we see in san has a. 89 in campbell, 88 in cupertino. mother's day, sunday, the cool them begins tomorrow, are temperatures were in a locker in the '80s were in the '70s. we cited data to the '60s. chance of a sprinkle or two. where and how much is expected we're fine-tuning that still. let's get a check of your ride, erica? >> erica: northbound 238 is hotspot due to an earlier accident it was an injury accident involving a motorcycle it is now cleared from the lanes. speeds are
dipping down on 238. the back up stretches on to westbound-580. speeds averaging about 19 mi. an hour certainly allow yourself extra time. bridge jet, pretty steady here at the approach to the bay bridge. your best bet, 80 over cross. no problems reported all morning long. accident, and then freed. a live look at southbound-101 and nice, easy ride. pretty excellent for your entire ride. >> mark: thank you, we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. beautiful conditions on this mild morning around the bay.
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$77 a share. one of their best performances since the s u b boom. they credit strong car sales in the u.s. and china. $1.6 billion gain that they have from the sale of delphi automotive. despite the price of clothing and other items going up retailers are expected strong sales for last month capping off a solid spring season that includes costco, pretoria's secret. some stores like target are warning shoppers are starting to feel the pressure from white guys prices. -- gas prices. >> darya: drivers will be paying more for parking fines in meters. july 1st, disabled parking fine goes up $100. it will go up to $850, student parking permit
and transit violations are all going up muni just approved all of these fee increases. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. is gearing up next? >> darya: yes yes. kerrey and the world according to gary is up next. no-fault to >> of right now. ♪
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m >> darya: he's wearing a hat trick. >> gary: much of the game did you watch? >> darya: all three goals. >> gary: normally you use through your hat on the ground and by your a fan. it was great last night. he figured trent, really proud team. they were going to lose after losing two in san jose. but the sharks, everything broke right, they played great. that's it. >> darya: how weird is that this is a year to the date that the sharks beat detroit same way over time, same score isn't that funny? >> gary: i really appreciate you doing your research i can be a little lazy and his comment when i know you're
busting out status. >> darya: you know we do have a team as i talked about. i have a morning crew. these are the people who do their research. >> gary: i'm going to make you feel good. you've got talent. >> darya: i've got people backing me up. >> gary: when you go in to read to your contract make sure you admit your team. >> darya: you wanted to know the team was. >> gary: i was looking the other way. that is fabulous. get a tight shot in. mark is too good-looking. but the way he thinks of himself to. (laughter) >> darya: there's marcy, she jinx them because she told me to mention him and he got hurt and couldn't play. >> gary: i'm reviewing
people i've never met. marcy is looking at her i am old enough to be a grandfather. should be satisfied doing this for about three months and then she's been have heard taped over someone else let me be on the radio i know rock music. >> darya: she's good with sports. >> gary: i give her 2.53 months. who's the guy in the middle? >> darya: that jo he's our executive producer and there together we like them. were the big family. >> gary: we allow that? >> darya: yes we love for ionization that came as a pocket to deal. they came as a package deal. >> gary: that's the guy who calls me? >> darya: know he's on the end. for mandan you know him. we of a big family. i
got an invitation to the wedding. i don't think you understand working at night, we're a family here in the morning. >> gary: i'm fairly popular with i don't have any friends. the more you get to know someone the worst life gets. ostmarks. wal-mart is ok. the rest of them i don't know, i'm sure they're nice people. but mark, this is mark really. i'm on television and on better looking than you >> darya: this will at the u.s. open. norm getting. he just got the yacht or something. >> gary: i'm sorry mark pauline the redresses that nice for the bay to breakers. but the u.s. open your ride. >> darya: market gets me a lot of facts. mercy got me this timmy fact. will she
tell me what makes it amazing is it took him one to nine starts to break the record. >> gary: your run seven hours you spend a lot of time for this but minute segment research in. but he was gray last night. by the end of the game there are more people at sharing for the giants. of course their grandfathers and great grandfathers group giants fans. but nonetheless they were cheering for him louder than the mets. >> darya: we just sat there,--we just got this in from paul, he is part of the team. there rows are coming to california. --the royals. >> gary: to him at the picture. the aid of the group goes to high with paul and there. and it takes one to know when. whenever they
coming? >> darya: paul has been here for 59 years. >> gary: july 8th-tent. we don't know where they're gonna go, are beginning come here come the l.a.? i'm sure the sla. to remember we talked about this? as much of this whole routine is for me to nod and be funny, they are nice people. >> darya: these too are very cute. >> gary: i would say the picture of mark scheerer is more arrogance. >> darya: why is it ok for them to be beautiful u.k. market is beautiful? >> gary: been in the higher for this is as if we walked up on the street and i started yelling things people would ignore me. >> mark: that point at the ymca in a charity event for the make a wish foundation in that picture. >> darya: he is not only good look in he's for the children. >> gary: the sdr 4
weathermen was one of the kids were the guys to and he was all about kids but he would say how much when we asked him to meet it. there comes a time in your life when you go what did he do and what did the the key is the that the. to realize how many times i've seen the a's play, but was just bore beautiful. the best sports sure iras. >> darya: i will see you later.
keep it to and we will let you know when they might fall. the closer we get it should be more clear. quick check on traffic. >> erica: good morning james, take a look at this, northbound, mission boulevard. slowing go conditions on to westbound-5 ft. 0 full check coming up. >> darya: thank you, the president has declared an emergency for part of tennessee, kentucky and missouri. it is hard to tell where the river ends and where the streets began. everything is inundated with water. this means fema and other departments can help coordinate the disaster relief. here's kentucky, part of the decoration as well. they need help, you can see the homes just ruined by water. people have very little to go back to. a
>> james: >> mark: today will be nice, neat, temperatures will be right near where we were yesterday. we will not even getting out of the '60s along the coast. we have changes in store, when we come back you will see we have clouds rolling in. cooler temperatures. possibility of a sprinkle or two on mother's day. now, here is a look at the traffic. >> erica: still tracking a hot spot here and the traffic center northbound- 238. an earlier reoccurring accident is now gone from the traffic lanes the back
up does persist of will check on your traffic coming up. >> justine: live pictures here in the kron 4 morning news has we wait for president obama to arrive in your city i know the shot is shaky. there was some anticipation of him visiting engine-54. that's a fire house in new york city where they lost 15 firefighters on 9/11. president barack obama will be there shortly. hopefully will bring you some more of his visit coming up. >> darya: thank you, i developing story, we're about 1.5 hours into the strike at hundreds of nurses at oakland children's hospital. they're pointing at a problem that they have put their jobs. it seems wrong that they can get their kids treated at the hospital where they're treating other kids. >> will: they're comparing
themselves to airline pilots. since they were here they should be able to bring their joe did here for free. the hospital says no way, they're asking them to pay $4,100 into their health benefits each year. this strike will last until tuesday 7:00 a.m. if you have a checked out the need to bring your they said there should be no problems, no one is getting hassled. they brought in replacement nurses. services should continue without a problem. selective surgery, and non- emergency surgery will be put off until tuesday. we did get a chance to talk to the hospital administrator, she says it's not too much to ask the nurse is to contribute to their health benefits considering how much they get paid per hour. >> the irony is according to them there were care but they can't afford to bring their children? >> and there's his average
hourly rate is $67. 515. a hundred and $41,000 a year to pay a dollar bought 625 an hour to be able to select where they bring their children for care is an option that gives them the flexibility to do that. it is the reason why we offer this option. we don't think it's unreasonable. >> will: you can see the nurse is walking around, lots of talking going on. the nurses and met they didn't say they're not quite to pay for it because they can't afford it it's not about money. its principal. they understand a lot of unemployed people might not feel sorry for them. it is in disease standard is their work at a hospital they should get health benefits at that hospital. the hospital says if you don't like coming here, we can provide free coverage to other hmos. so for the
nurses have not touched even though this has been going on for one year without any resolution. >> darya: thank you, mark? >> mark: more trouble for the drug enforcement team police officer in san ramon is now under arrest. he's the third police officer. he is being held on suspicion of aiding and abetting, grand theft, illegal assault rifle. he's been placed on administrative leave. here's a look at the other people involved, the former commander, he was the first person arrested with private investigator christopher butler. all on suspicion of stealing drugs. millions of
dollars worth of drugs have been seized, off 35 people arrested. the massive operation was conducted by federal, state and local law enforcement. will making the arrest investigators search for more than 30 search ones. authorities say the arrest or combination of its two-year investigation. >> darya: new details on the giants' fan who was attacked at dodger stadium. bryan stowe, he remains in a hospital, his family has posted online this is not responding to stimulation. he's set for another surgery today or tomorrow. it was also decided to lower the dosage of the eight medications he's been given. all they can do now is wait, pray, police are still searching for the attackers. >> mark: the man suspected of killing four women from the 1970's to the '90s including two women in the
bay area is expected back in court 77 year-old joseph naso has requested to represent himself and should find out today whether not he would be allowed to act as his own attorney. we have a reporter there we will bring you developments as we get them. we want to get a look at the weather in detail. as this warm up we're looking at a big cool down. >> james: today is your last good day to get there and enjoy this weather, blue skies over san francisco, the golden gate, north bay looks fantastic if your planning to head to the coast to know it will be a little chilly air. 60s for most of the day, it will be warmer and land but everyone will get a dose of cooler weather tomorrow. and as we head into the weekend temperatures are not bad, are readying 60 in oakland 64 in san jose, 66 antioch.
santa rosa of the upper 40's 54 degrees there things are beginning to warm up for sure. this afternoon, temperatures close to yesterday although not quite. 84 degrees in santa rosa. novato 80. san fell 80 for you. san francisco 73 and that is the clothesline or only in the upper 60s, actually there if your plans to be out by the water. eighties in san lorenzo and hayward. walnut creek, 86. concord 88. south bay come 80 will be the average temperature as well. i do agree more in campbell. otherwise, everyone looks good. if your planning on doing anything this weekend on mother's day will them starts tomorrow. it gets
cooler as we headed to the weekend. sprinkles on tap for sunday. full look a here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. coming up. now, here is a look at the traffic. >> erica: good news and bad news at the traffic department we are seeing significant improvement for northbound 238 no locker tracking it as a hot spot. it looks like we picked up a new one out of novato cost of the narrows down pass highway 37 we're seeing stretches between red and yellow. a long stretch of red here wispy to be down to just 6 mi. per hour. rainier lucas valley road. if this is your commute allow yourself extra time as you make your way in speeds pick up just a little bit. and then it is pretty smooth sailing as you make your way down to the golden gate bridge. bridge check, the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza still solid figure westbound ride, no
worries at the san mateo bridge, westbound, east bound 92 has lightened up. golden gate, southbound 101 is heavy but top speed still recorded if your coming down southbound 101 expect significant delays. >> justine: following some live pictures of new york city president obama is visiting a fire house that was 15 people collapse of the twin towers there's a heavy police presence there. what were learning about his visit is that president barack obama has already said " when we say we will never forget, we mean what we will say. >> it will also include a stop aground zero where the world trade center's came collapsing down we hope to bring you his visit live right here on the kron 4 morning news. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
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>> louisa: the you think president barack obama is a decision to not release the photos is the right one? we had a lot of comments coming in, this first comment is fumble. where is the trust, the president should not have to prove him so. another comes as no, the people of our right to see the photo. as of right now i do not think he is dead. michele disagrees thing yes, by doing so he showing respect any supported more possible peril to people. to contribute follows on twitter our go to our facebook and page. we will try to reach your comments on the air. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. we have been watching a beautiful conditions around the bay
>> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. in other fantastic beyond that, here's a look from our roof camera showing san francisco. firs, weather will be fantastic rate now or rtc in the warm-up. 60 in oakland, 59 san rafael. antioch 66. we should see temperatures in the upper '70's-he's depending on where you are. if you're headed to the a's game this afternoon against the indians. it will be a nice
one sunny, warm, the forecast to 74 degrees. it will warm up to about 78. everyone will enjoy a nice day today it is tomorrow that the changes began to play. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. clouds rolling in on friday temperatures take a big dip. highs in the 88 to 876 tomorrow. pop more than 810 degree drop. we cooled off even more as we had to send a. chillier day for mother's day and possibly wetter one as well. showers in the mix it's hard to tell where and when they might fall we will let you know. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. >> erica: we have a major hotspot here in the traffic center i just read it on the locks. southbound 280 this is in the early game. pick a
truck is on fire it. it brought in all four lanes so we're concerned about a propane tank involved they're asking the were involved in of -- avoid the entire area. i will put in phone calls to the california highway patrol to see if i can find out more of formation. that begins in pleasant hill stretching down to walnut creek if you're heading to the valley you have to contend with that solid start of red speeds down to just 22 mi. per hour. this is persisting pass the mantle. was spared to four slowing go conditions there. traffic is solid to the tunnel. a live shot from the scene it is moving pretty sluggishly. allow yourself to a little bit of extra time. bay bridge toll plaza nice, easy conditions. if your coming
from the 800 over cross you will have to contend with a solid backup you may want to consider the san mateo bridge as an alternate route. southbound-101 a bit heavy approaching the toll plaza he will also have to contend was slowing at of novato. >> mark: san the camp but santa clara lot. there was a new have fun in a safe way. 13 law enforcement agencies to point extra units. santa clara county law enforcement agencies are advising the public to have fun in a safe and responsible way on cinco de mayo. thirteen law extra units to patrol for drunken drivers. the avoid the 13 dui task force will have extra patrols in milpitas, cupertino, saratoga, los gatos, palo alto, san jose, and los altos hills. aaa will offer the service from 6 p.m. on thursday till 6 a.m. on friday, may 6. the free, 10 mile tow home for drivers who have been drinking is available to all motorists including non- members. drivers, potential passengers, party hosts, bartenders and restaurant managers can call 800-222- 4357 (aaa-help) for a free tow home by telling the tow." >> darya: hillary clinton is calling for the ouster of gaddafi. she arrived in rome
daily this morning you can see the video, this is a two day meeting to discuss the strategy of the country it comes after the u.s. idea for a cease-fire the obama administration is moving to free up some of the $30 billion it has frozen to fund the rebels. an egyptian court has convicted the top security official of mubarak for corruption and money- laundering sentenced to 12 years in prison this conviction is the first against any of it two dozen officials who had been detained. >> mark: new information, the search for evidence of a plane crash of a body has been pulled from the wreckage from the atlantic ocean. this is video of the earlier search, all two of
28 people aboard a flight were killed when the plane went down two years ago. workers had entered a reactor building. workers entered one of the damaged reactor buildings at japan's stricken nuclear power plant for the first time since it was rocked by an explosion in the days after a devastating earthquake. workers connected ventilation and air filtration equipment in an attempt to reduce radiation levels in the air inside the building. the utility must lower radiation levels before it can proceed with the key step of replacing the cooling system that was knocked out by the march 11 quake and subsequent tsunami. >> darya: to pay more for gas, and now democrats are pushing for rows to the house to pay more in taxes. leaders in congress want and some of the tax breaks to the oil industry. nancy pelosi rallied support for plant off to make that happen. >> if rewritten and a big part of this, we could save
$31 billion over 10 years. republicans a big oil needs these subsidies as an incentive to drill. and yet, for the first quarter, of this year, big five oil companies had profit of over $30 billion. >> darya: exxon says the party contributes a hefty amount. they're put into place to allow them to compete with foreign countries. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live look here for mount tam.
you cannot see the makings of a backup. california highway patrol is on the way. >> darya: we are less than two weeks away from the 100th running of the bay to breakers as kron4 as you covered. >> reporter: i just can't wait for this, i've been around for 21 of them i've been all over the place. start to finish. i've been up and down, crawling on my knees. i've been to many costumes. nunn, straitjacket, clown what ever. i just cannot wait to be in the little side car with the elite runners, so close that i can touch them. just like that. i am here to bring it to you all. start to finish. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live
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>> mark: 9:00, we're starting with big problems on 280, a big hotspot forming. check >> erica: in multiple hotspot in the traffic center pole was the most listened giving is the most grievous of that-280 in early game. reports of a pickup truck on fire those reports still out there. now reports of another vehicle involved. california highway patrol has a stake alert issued. i just refresh the traffic maps. we've just seen the makings of a backup. simply avoid the
area if you can. use of about run 01 as an alternate. the southbound 680 your ride into and out of the creek traffic is jammed just pass of the main street if you continue on towards the valley you will see significant delays. as you make your way towards danville. also extremely sluggish is westbound 24. we are behind schedule here at the approach that they bridge westbound 80 although we are making some improvement for the over costs and some of the fast- track lanes. leading lights are on. no problems report all morning long here at the san mateo bridge westbound, east bound 92 looks good. southbound 101 golden gate bridge looks good. pretty light out there traffic is flowing freely toward san francisco.
>> mark: now, here is a look at the weather. >> will: >> louisa: around the bay will be a really nice day temperatures are slightly cooler than yesterday especially along the coast, san francisco currently 59 degrees k up to 70 by noon staying at the 80s today, coming in are up 73 for an afternoon high. current temperatures starting to warm to the '60s. 60 degrees in fairfield and oakland. antioch, already up to 70 degrees than that amount you 63. 64 for san jose. temperatures in the afternoon will stay in the '80s to the north bay getting out to about 80 degrees in vallejo. the peninsula brings as the temperature of 73. as you head south, we will want to about 83 redwood city '80s mixture of '70s and '80s to
the east bay. a.d. in san leandro, hayward. at brady's in pittsburgh, antioch, concord. 87 in the livermore. south bay upper 80s. 89 in campbell. 83 degrees. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. tomorrow is a significant cool down big changes in store. patchy morning clock, clouds expected to hang out. --morning fog. darya? >> darya: president barack obama is marking the death of osama bin laden by honoring those who were killed in the attacks there or orchestrated by the terrorist. here's a live look at where obama is re now at ground zero in new york. he's at this fire has
which lost 15 firefighters in the attacks. he is there in the station right now, then he is also going to be at ground zero or he will lay a wreath at the memorial there. he says the killing of osama bin laden sends a message to the world that we say we will never forget, we mean what we say. the president is also meeting privately with family members of those killed and the emergency workers who did so much to help on the day when the towers went down. let's look at video of the president a boarding air force one to make his way to new york. again, and this visit he doesn't have scheduled remarks however he's likely to say something. we will carry that live for you this morning in about 1.5 hours. >> mark: the white house is expected today weather photos taken of osama bin laden will stay under wraps.
president obama says releasing them is " not who we are as a country ". he doesn't want them to become a propaganda tool to incite violence. we've also learned that one of the five people killed in the raid was the only person armed and the also fired a shot, a senior defense official as saying the shooter was killed early on in the assault. original report say it was chaotic and prolonged but new details emerging after a day to brief the navy seals. >> darya: developing story two hours into the first of a five day strike by hundreds of nurses at children's hospital oakland. will trent has been out their lives watching the pictures of what is going on? >> will: no problems. it expected the gap to bring your child to a hospital the nurses are not hassling any of the parents. the administrators are encouraging people to come
yet there should not be a disruption in service since they brought in 120 placement workers to work around the clock. you see them walking around. they will not be back until tuesday at 7:00 a.m.. there said they believe they should be the equivalent of a flight attendant. when they're not working they fly free. to be asked by the hospital to contribute $4,100 every year to help benefits so they're a children can go to this place and get treated by the doctors they work with every day they see that as a pay cut. the hospital says it's not too much ask that the nurses on average make $67 an hour. that is asking them to contribute a $62 cents per hour to their health benefits. something they should be doing. coming up, i have the nurses response, they say don't believe the
hospital their numbers are fudged. and why they believe this is a pay cut notches because they're contributing but because of what's going on in the economic times. >> mark: a quick break as the kron 4 morning news continues one of the hot spots were monitoring 680 southbound is backed up south of highway 24 we will have an update on this hot spot and problems with the truck on fire at 280 coming up.
now stretching near highway-one expect a significant delays. >> mark: thank you, other sherries, police are searching for suspects in the fatal stabbing as craig sklar tells us the house for the incident took place has been a source of trouble before. >> reporter: police say the victim was stabbed unknown assailants neighbors tell me there was a large, noisy party late tonight they heard some six or argument. a neighbor says she some working on the victim for 20 minutes. police say was too late to save the man. as police arrived a male was found stabbed once fire and paramedics arrived this started cpr and transported him to hospital. the patron was pronounced deceased. police have blocked off the area, so far no hand onto
they would be. police say this has has been a source of troubles in the past summing up living next to this place as scary. >> darya: more than one dozen people have been displaced after a fire ripped through a residential cartel in san francisco. you can see the blaze here. people watching as a parent. investigators are trying to figure out what caused this fire. it's at the 1000 block of folsom st.. in a distant the hotel in damage to three other buildings. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. mourner traffic troubles as the kron 4 morning news continues. other plum spot seem to be clearing out. will the creek is getting better as far as the traffic is concerned. all the programming notes,a
>> mark: them back, several hot spots. but the traffic center. >> erica: california highway patrol has managed open to the lanes although it's still an s i g l laird and no estimated time on monday will open the other lanes it is beginning to clear up. it's no longer pass to buy weed-1. speeds are still slow. speeds are about-6-miles n hour in some of this low was spots. if this is your commute, be aware. other hot spots include 880. westbound-highway 4. bay bridge, what a difference a couple minutes makes. at last check we've got a
pretty linked the back up. not the case anymore. although the meeting lights are on allow a bit of weight here. san mateo bridge, a bit heavy in both directions especially east bound. overall it could drive time of just 15 minutes. -- a good drive time. the southbound-101 clear as a belt out there. --bell. we were tracking hot spot as the lush we were tracking the blood was a hot spot it no longer is. now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: look at his blue sky once again, it will be another great day, temperatures well above where we should be at this time of year. some spots could see temperatures 15 degrees warmer. a little cooler than yesterday, warm, sunny in the afternoon big cool down headed our way
towards the weekend. rate our temperatures are warming up nicely. 70 degree reading in antioch. 62 degrees in concord. as we head into the afternoon we will see an abundance of the east through the north bay. 83 in sonoma, san rafael, mill valley topping yellow metal low 80s. down the peninsula, at of these today no records expected today. coming in right around 73 east bay, a mixture of '70s, '80s. 81 in the valley, san ramon temperatures in the '80s as well. closing in on 90 not quite getting there. said bay, lots of '80s. could get up 89 in campbell, 87 in santa clara. tomorrow we notice to cool down back down to the typical pattern
of morning fog, cooler temperatures. by the weekend a 20 percent chance of rain on sunday. it looks like temperatures will stay to the '50s, '60s. >> darya: thank you, well we are looking at this great weather take a look at what they're dealing with in tennessee. as the president has now declared an emergency for tennessee, mississippi, kentucky. you can see memphis is inundated. you can't tell where one red river and end the streak began. the white house's top in this order will help people who need help so fema can get in there to help coordinate the disaster relief. here is video of kentucky, there covered in this declaration. one woman is very upset by what happened to her on. homes and businesses under >> mark: water. the latest on the tornado outbreaks. it's been one week. the
death toll is at 329. dozens still missing. the national weather service is confirming at least 178 tornados swarmed to the midwest that is one of the largest of outbreaks in u.s. history. pardon me is the largest outbreak in u.s. history. >> darya: there's been a big search for people applying and jobless benefits applications rose last week by 43 with thousand. that is the third increase in four weeks highest level we have seen in eight months. they're planning on an unexpected increase in applications at of new york where more school systems closed for spring break. that resulted in 25,000 layoffs. >> mark: despite the price of clothing going up retailers are expected to report strong sales capping off a solid spring season.
stores like costco and victoria's secret reporting strong sales. target is one index shoppers are starting to feel the pressure of high gas prices on their budget. the dow jones is off 37 offering of 83 points yesterday is the concern about the unemployment numbers weighing on wall street today. >> darya: gm is recalling 15000 of its chevy cruz compact. they continue to inspect it steering shaft show effort show. they're making sugar installed correctly. no crash's or injuries reported. there haven't been any consumer complaints last month gm sold more than 25,000 cruz compact models. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. taking a live look here walnut creek, one of the areas that will see some nice, toasty temperatures. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
the kron 4 news. we'll finally to begin to see a break up in the back up. still seeing red-yellow on your screen that the back up no longer stretches toward highway-1 just a little past 380 down to 17 mi. per hour. sip alert is still in effect. more details coming up. >> mark: will light winds and what looks to be another warm day. seven days later this afternoon. >> darya: in fuego in overtime scoring nine minutes to 1 in overtime to finish a hat trick. three for him. western conference semifinals with a 4-3 win.
and all of them by one goal, the sharks are now five and zero in overtime. >> mark: an impressive win for the giants, sticking out 12, surpassing masterson for the most 10 + strike of games in giants history. he added tie-breaking single what 2-0 over the mets. 29 times that tim has spanned at least 10 batters in the game. the issue five hits, seven innings. brian wilson had a perfect night. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live look here from new york city, president obama in manhattan right now laying a wreath down in the sight of the world trade center. let's listen in. >> we had a very light and
cheerful conversation. at the same time we're still remembering everything that is going on. all the sacrifices that the military is making. the families made on september 0-11. with all of that in mind, we had a great conversation, little the mets, yankees, white sox, it goes. we think the president generally enjoyed his visit to the fire s. were extremely appreciative that he joined us today. i think this fire has symbolizes the sacrifices their made by the firefighters and first responders in your city. i think the world knows that. for him to come here, see the faces of the fire fighters there were killed and to see the shrine that was erected in their honor really meant something to
>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. now, here is a look at the traffic. >> erica: slowly but surely making in improvement. for the past hour reports of to overturned vehicles. initial reports said one was on fire. now looks like only to lanes are blocked. but for a stretch well pass highway one, not the case anymore. still slowing go. speeds averaging 17 mi. per hour. bay bridge, just a small weight at the gate for your westbound ride. the last
week. traffic flows freely. westbound, east bound 92 is in very good shape. not tracking any set rights for you. just a clear shot into san francisco. lots of space. membno major problems for any public transit. >> louisa: a lick of side, a downtown san francisco, a clear view skies, we will have some nice mild temperatures to said two of. the afternoon is almost as well as yesterday. not quite as warm, looks like will stay in the '70s, '80s in the evening nice, mild temperatures. it looks like right now we are in the '70s and antioch. '60s fairfield, oakland, view, san jose low
60s. 59 to san francisco. by the afternoon an abundance of '80s into the north bay. mahwah the n,along the coast temperatures into the upper 60s slightly cooler than yesterday. 74 for san bruno. redwood city 83 degrees. upper '70's for places like berkeley, oakland. 81 today valley. it could one day eight in concord, pittsburgh, antioch. south bay, 80s for the most part. 87 in santa clara salmon san jose. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay., change tomorrow we will see clouds roll in a little bit of patchy morning fog. temperatures cooled down. as we work our way through the
weekend. sunday slight chance of a few raindrops. not a big storm, picking up a few sprinkles. cloudy on monday, at dry out, clear up tuesday, wednesday. >> mark: new video coming in of the president's visit to ground zero. here's the president leading engine-54. he's in new york honoring those who died in the september 11th tax. he's meeting with the victims, family members, and the first responders. the president has lang agreed to retain more of the memorial. sandra has more. >> reporter: last time president obama visited ground zero was back on 911 when he was a candidate in 2008. now this visit is not marking a day of tragedy of
the one of triumph. >> the soldiers of new yorkers, americans, through the world stand little taller. because, we know now, this is a turning point on the war and terror. >> reporter: no speeches or public statements are planned just a ceremony to remember a lives lost. in an effort not to stoke the flames in a 60 minute interview the president explained why he decided not to release pictures showing and that osama bin laden. >> it's important for us to make sure, they're very graphic voters, that these are not floating around as an incitement to additional violence, propaganda tool. that is not who we are. >> reporter: " respecting the president's decision some say that voters should be released in order to quiet skeptics. >> it would be better so
everyone will know that we got this man and more important and it's important for all of these terrorists to realize we will hunt them down. >> mark: we will carry the ceremony live at 1030 this morning. >> darya: since 7:00 a.m. hundreds of nurses at children's hospital in oakland have been on strike. a five day walkout to talk about the labor dispute. kron4 is like telling us why they are upset. >> will: they're asking them to contribute $4,100 to bring their children here. this strike will last until tuesday at 7:00 a.m. when it will be offered. goodness, i have not seen any problems as far as the parents who are caught in the middle. the hospital brought in 120 replacement nurses so they claim there will not be any disruption in services. the hospital claims, the nurses can afford a $62 an hour --
1.6 to an hour because the nurses make an average of $67 an hour. for their animals salary. we did get a chance to top runners, she said dole believes the hospital. >> first, there is saturating the wages. i don't make $67 an hour. they're picking numbers that they want to make look like were being greedy, selfish, wealthy nurses and we don't want to kick in. we feel that part of our benefit patrick has been health care without monthly copays. we don't want to change that. we consider that take away. >> reporter: back live, you can see the nurses they will be here every morning from 7:00 a.m. to about 6:00 p.m.. i did get a tarps chance to talk to them about what they have to say about
unemployed people, obviously we live in very tough economic times they say they understand that, they feel sorry for those who are unemployed and they are grateful for a job. but they say it's not unreasonable that they ask nothing changes as far as their health benefits. flight attendants and pilots fly for free with the airlines all they're asking is that they be allowed to bring their children here for free. >> darya: thank you, >> mark: a quick break as the kron 4 morning news continues to live look at that, over san francisco, ♪ [ male announcer ] if you're ready to get more from your tv service than comcast can give, now's a great time to switch to at&t u-verse tv. make the switch! [ female announcer ] call to get at&t u-verse -- now with free hd -- for only $29 a month for six months. or get $300 back via promotion card with a qualifying u-verse bundle. [ male announcer ] u-verse tv lets you record up to four shows at once on a single dvr. and you can record and play back your shows from any room.
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abetting, conspiracy, and grant left. has been placed on administrative leave he's being held on 760 thousand dollars bail. the former commander is also on under investigation. the third person is stephan tanabe. among the charges are suspicion of stealing traffic evidence. >> darya: the bay area drug raid nets to millions of dollars in arrests. a massive operation by state, federal, law enforcement agency was conducted, while making the rest investigator serves more than 30 search once. the restaurant combination said it to your investigation beginning and san pablo. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. and live like here in new york for
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>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. kron zeroth on the right, president barack obama will be there shortly. there is the police station and is the first place station that covers the world trade center are president obama is inside rain now. he just had lunch with fire engines 54 that lost 15 members. president barack obama is meeting with police officers inside before he goes down to
ground zero. we will carry that for you as the president is expected there around 10:30 a.m. watching traffic clearing out a bit. >> erica: self --280--sat down--southbound--280 has all lanes open. traffic is still slow and no data to the miles per hour. if this is your commute attack on an extra 15 minutes. bridge check, the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza just a minor weight in those cash lanes. san mateo bridge is looking good. no problems in either direction. drive time of just 14 minutes. golden gate,-101 slant the thinned
out significantly. no problems. the ride looks good. louisa has look at your forecasts. >> louisa: lots of sunshine you can see it clear shot the james lick, we'll continue to see warm temperatures especially inland, a little bit cooler around the bay and the coast. it looks like we'll see lots of sunshine to the afternoon. much cooler for the weekend. current temperatures, we are actually already up to 70 degrees and places like redwood city, napa valley, san jose. 63 in san francisco. all little cooler today, looks like your eyes will stand the edie's do the napa valley. 86 degrees is expected for an afternoon high. 81 in mill valley. yesterday we broke records
sfo hitting the '80s. staying in the '70s today. downtown san francisco is 73. temperatures will stand the '70s, '80s. 81 in the castro. 86 and san ramon, 88, close to 90 degrees inland. says bay, upper 80s. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. tomorrow, a big difference cool off significantly a few more crops. that will continue through the weekend send a slight chance we might pick up a few sprinkles the later half of your day. cloudy into monday. >> darya: thank you, new details in a giants fan who was attacked outside dodger stadium. bryan stowe remains in the hospital. his family has posted an update on line saying he's not responding to stimulation as much as
the doctors have hoped. they have also lowered the dishes of the eight medications that they're giving him. then as i sang all the can do is wait, craig, police are still searching for the attackers who beat him. the man suspected of killing four women to in the bay area is in court this morning. joseph naso has requested to represent himself and should find out whether not he should be allowed to act as his own lawyer. we never reporter in the courtroom. >> mark: hillary clinton is in italy this morning calling for the ouster of gaddafi she arrived in rome early this morning for it to the meeting to discuss strategies as the u.s. and raw works on a cease-fire. clinton is saying the obama administration is moving to is free up some of the more
than $30 billion to help fund the rebels. clint so commented on a photo of result s to watch the developments during the commando raid on osama bin laden. clinton downplayed the images there were taken as the operation unfold it. >> those were 38 of the most intense minutes. i have no idea what any of us were looking at at that particular millisecond when the picture was taken. i am sure it is the concern to that it was my providing one of my allergist bring costs. it may have no meaning whatsoever. >> mark: they will meet representatives for more than 20 other companies in rome. search for evidence from the air france plane crash. police say they pull the first body from the wreckage. this is video of
the search when they were looking for the data recorder all 280 people on board were killed when the plane went down. in japan workers have entered a reactor building at the damage to come to. workers entered one of the damaged reactor buildings at japan's stricken nuclear power plant for the first time since it was rocked by an explosion in the days after a devastating earthquake. workers connected ventilation and air filtration equipment in an attempt to reduce radiation levels in the air inside the building. the utility must lower radiation levels before it can proceed with the key step of replacing the cooling system that was knocked out by the march 11 quake and subsequent tsunami. the work is expected to take 4-5 days. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. >> mark: another live look from on hand than i kron 0 as you see people gathering. --manhattan. as you see people gathering.
>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. >> darya: we had been keeping an eye and crown zero as the president is visiting new york to mark the deaths of those killed and 911 as a way to mark the death of osama bin laden. >> mark: we felt the president as he left washington. he had lunch at fire engine 54. firefighters say they have a nice lunch with the president talking from politics-baseball. as you see the president there, from there he went down to the first precinct they cover the world trade center area they were the first responders after the
attacks. the president is meeting with those police officers in chad the station. we are waiting for the president to make his arrival where he's expected to lay a wreath at the memorial at the world trade center site it should be coming out soon. >> darya: he's not actually going to make any official comments he has been speaking with survivors, victim's he said this is a symbolic site of the extraordinary sacrifice made on that terrible day. he said at one to come here and thank you, . that is really what he's doing is going ahead of his way to make a big point about the wreath laying. that we should be remembering the victims of this terrorist leader. that's the way to mark the death. the heavy with back in two minutes with james and justine will follow the
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>> james: family and all, live pictures from new york's world trade center. you can see the setting for the president as he set to arrive in the next 30 minutes to lay a wreath in commemoration of those lost during the attacks and to recognize 10 years after the fact the killing of osama osama bin laden. >> justine: the last 10 minutes the president just left downtown manhattan. you can see him here, getting into one of his presidential cars as he has a 8 day ahead in new york city.
>> james: we have reaction from the president on his first of visiting this morning, and june 54. the president's visit to new york city is our top story. >> live, from the bay area's news station, this is the kron 4 morning news. >> justine: we will follow the president's visit to ground zero for you all morning line here on the kron 4 morning news. first let's get a check on your weather. >> louisa: we're warming up nicely were already into the '70s and shot right now of downtown san francisco, warming up to 70 should get to 73 for an afternoon high today. i will lead to know where the warm spots will be straight ahead. >> erica: tracking hotspot close of the peninsula, south down-280. take a look at the back up, much more
coming up. 0 >> justine: we are following some live pictures of president obama, he's in your city meeting with firefighters. he stopped by a police station in manhattan as he continues his tour of the nine elegant landmarks. >> james: this is him at the world trade center, you can see him shaking hands with some of the first responders. if some of them possibly there that day. let's just listen in. >> [no ideal]. -- [no audio]
(no audio) >> james: uses of the president lang reid commemorating lives lost. in the the 30 minutes from now we will see joe biden performed a similar ceremony at the pentagon. this of course is the final stop in new york for the president. earlier he visited a police station, before that a fire had >> justine: is. a nice moment of silence as he put the wreaths down paying his respects to the victims of 9-11. here he is talking with some family members of those who died when the towers came down. as the site that is now known as ground zero. he's meeting with some first responders " probably there the day the trade center's came down. or
maybe they worked with people my dad died. >> james: earlier he did visit their as-54 that was one of the fire hoses that lost the most lives. 15 firefighters died september 11th. the mayor was with him. in any event, he was mayor of new york city at the time. the president did have a moment to >> about this firefighter's let's listen in. >> what the her prepared said the message around the world and back home, when we say we'll never forget we mean it. our commitment to make sure that justice is done is something that
transcends. it didn't matter which administration was then or who was in charge we're right to make sure that the perpetrators receive justice. it is some comfort i hope, as all of you know, when (inaudible) they did it in part because of the sacrifices that were made. >> james: again, he was speaking at that fire has 15 brave fire members less their live september 11th. back again a live picture of the world trade center where the president is meeting with family members of victims of that terrorist attack. i believe another
shot i thought i saw michelle obama. she may be there. we'll have to look for that shot. we know the president is there and the vice-president will be reforming a ceremony similar in nature. >> justine: the president is there was some elected officials from the new york area. when he put down the reed it was that the flood of the survivors tree. it was freed from the rubble. it is very important where you put that race. it has some significance. he put it at the foot of the survivors of trees. part of what obama did as he visited a fire station and stop by at a lower manhattan police station. here he is meeting with family members of 911 victims. they're supposed to be a private meeting. this could be what the west has
is considering private. because we cannot hear what the president is saying, though we are seeing a lot of hugs, shaking of hands just from reading lips of a lot of thank you, is. on the left-hand side just a higher vantage point looking down. >> james: we see a large crack of having formed around a memorial site. this will be going on for giselle little bit longer in your city. of course there were three locations where people died, the world trade center, the pentagon and of course united flight 93 that crashed, it was bound for california. so it is unclear this point is there be a ceremony at that site as well. at this point we do know the world trade center and the pentagon are on the schedule for the president and vice-president. we will follow his movement as he continues to make their
rounds shaking hands of those family members who died. and this is sustained injuries but did manage to survive. again, this is that there is that the he's made so far this morning he was earlier at engine-54. if you're just joining our coverage that was the fire has that lost 15 members of died on september 11th. when the president spoke to those firefighters said " this is a symbolic site of the extraordinary sacrifice made on that terrible day. he went on to look at the memorial where the hell plaques on the walls each one recognizing the lost man or woman with comments from the family's etched in to those plaques from there he traveled to a nearby police station where he talked to members of the first responders taking them for the extraordinary efforts
they made and the bravery they displayed on the timber relevant. and in the aftermath those i comic images of smoke, dust,- billing to the streets all lot of the news footage that we remember it shows firefighters employees of researchers trying as best they can to rush as many people out of that area all lot of them swallowed up by all of that smoke even to this date we know a lot of them suffered health effects as a result their path to recovery is not over but the president is out there, thinking them in person. all of this does come on the heels of the news earlier this week that osama bin laden was killed in pakistan during a military raid where two dozen members of seal team-6 the
and lead to counter- terrorism unit stormed a compound eye highly fortified compound in north east pakistan and successfully killed osama bin laden the no. 1 terrorist in the world wanted by not just the united states but a number of nations. >> justine: you may recognize one of the men as new york senator, he's standing sore right behind him wearing a blue tie. some 3000 people died. in the towers themselves. this is his first visit also to ground zero as president. the last time he was there was in 2008 when he was a candidate. >> james: the construction site bears little resemblance to the pit that
remained after the rubble of the towers was removed. the emerging skyscraper which is known as the freedom tower is more than 60 stories high. mamet fans, marked the footprints of the fall and towers. you kind of get an idea of what the layette is there now. obviously, this site there a far cry from what it was some 10 years ago. it's hard to imagine but it has been 10 years since the attacks 10 years that we've been hunting osama bin laden. the mastermind behind what has become the worst terrorist attack on american soil. the president and the west has found that sitting on the heels of his killing that they come to ground zero in to the pentagon to bring as much closer as they can to the victims and the families of those who died that day
obviously we've heard comments throughout the week from family members sang this will never, never bring complete closure but it does give some sense of injustice that the man who was behind that attack has finally met his end. the president did invite george w. bush to accompany him but, president bush declined saying that he wanted to stay out of the limelight. as we watch the president continued to shake hands with those that are there, family members of those that that we will take a quick break and be back with more coverage of the wreath laying ceremony in the event is scheduled to start momentarily with the price president. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
pictures at ground zero new york city. you see there reed said president thomas kelly battery that the top of the hour. he was surrounded by first responders, many of them there the day the towers came down he was also surrounded by family members of those killed in the twin towers and the other world trade center buildings that ended up crumbling and that attack. the president has just left the site moments ago we saw him shaking hands he was escorted away by secret services and fact, i see another live picture at an average to bring that up on screen will try to see if we get a shot of it leaving. in any event this is the third, final stop on his tour. he visited a fire has earlier this morning and then a police station taking a moment to think the members of those two departments, the two that sustained the most severe
losses. the firemen 15 members killed that video, that was the president earlier this morning at the firehouse, those blacks the ec on the wall are a part of the memorial, each one recognized as one of those fallen firefighters their names etched on the plaque and messages from the families. the president took a moment to go over that memorial reflect on the sacrifices made in fact, he told members of the fire has that what happened this past sunday was because of the carriage of the military. he went on to say that we say we will never forget we mean what we say. there was a promise made back in 2001 by george w. bush, that they would hunt down and find in lot in dead or alive. some 10 years later, that became a reality. we're going to take a quick break, we'll be
>> justine: live pictures as ground zero where president of, just laid a wreath at the foot of the survivors tree. it was freed from the rubble, he took some time to shake hands with the first responders who were standing there and meet with some family members of victims of the attacks you should know that ground zero is still a construction sound it doesn't really look like the picture that used to be when it was ground zero. there is a skyscraper that they're trying to build the freedom tower is more than 60 stories high, mammoth funds, reflecting pools that marked the footprints of the fallen twin towers. president barack obama had just put the race down on ground zero. it looks like the
police officers are launching out president obama has left the area. we're continuing to follow the story for you right here on the kron 4 morning news this is a historic moment just six days after the death of osama bin laden. >> james: we will resume our coverage in a minute we do want to get updated on weather and traffic. >> louisa: temperatures are wele what they should be blue skies set aside, temperatures expected to warm up not quite as much as what we saw yesterday still will be a pretty pleasant afternoon. nice evening as well, mostly clear conditions we're ready seen as temptress skyrocket to the '70s. 73 in napa, fairfield, concord cello's got those closing in on 80
degrees and it's not even 11:00, 70 in around you. along the coast still holding on to the '50s will be a little cooler today, inland expected to spike up well above normal. north bay, low eighties for the most part could climb into fairfield on the coast upper 60s, yesterday we had these today at to about 73 east bay and mr. s '70s, '80s 80 degrees expected in hayward. do they valley temperatures staying in the mid '80s indeed in concord, pittsburgh, antioch. i make sure their coat over '80s could top of around 83 degrees. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. tomorrow is a cool down the cloud cover, they chance of
showers. eric r.? >> erica: free of hot spots for the first time in a while. bay bridge, getting you out the door, no delays or problems meeting that are off. san mateo bridge is a nice, easy ride west, east bound no problems. in either direction of the nimitz, other than north bay down to the golden gate sub bound 101 is a gorgeous drive into the city of jeddah much as 25 minutes at of novato and to san francisco. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
>> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. this is city of the moments ago at the russian trade center where you say president barack obama lang the wreath at the world trade center say. >> justine: he was marking of that debt of osama bin laden. where the trend hours came crashing down its being laid at the foot of the survivors tree. he leaves a moment of silence, buying his head members of new york city's first responders. (no audio)
>> george: again or that the live pictures on the left- hand side basically a higher shot looking down on the world trade center site. where the president was moments ago. on the right- hand side that's live video from the pentagon where we expect vice-president joe biden to participate in a wreath laying ceremony to honor the victims of those who died at the pentagon. that is happening there as well. we do know that the president made a couple sups in addition to the world trade center he stopped at a fire has it was a fire has that suffered the most loss they lost 15 firefighters that day. the president also stopped by police station that was instrumental in evacuating people from ground zero. policemen and
women who were there to assess and help rescue those who were trapped in the rubble. he visited as this morning. recognizing them for their valor. >> justine: we will continue to monitor these live pictures for you. we also want to get it updated on your weather. now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: continue to monitor this real tough forecast were looking at temperatures climbing high, where more than they should be this time of year. slightly cooler than yesterday. lots disenchant still warm, sunny in will be a really nice day a few plants outdoors. much cooler towards the weekend a big change on tab by saturday, sunday. currently we're up into the '70s to the north bay, the valley. the delta. livermore 71. south bay, los
gatos just a degree away from that 80 degree mark. but the afternoon we will bring those ties to the '80s. warming up really nicely 84 degrees in rounder park. do the napa, 83 expected through the delta. a little bit cooler than the '80s we sigh as today a nice day. '70s, '80s rate and the state of the way down to fremont. 81 in the castro valley. 80 degrees in pittsburgh, concord, antioch. sempre brings us a lot of these close to 90 in places like sunnyvale in campbell. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. cool down into the seventies, sixties around the bay. a little bit more cloud cover low club in through the morning partly cloudy to the afternoon sent
a 20 percent chance of a few raindrops. >> erica: we are free of hot spots in the traffic department runways look good, bridge, the purge the bay bridge toll plaza is nice, light no delays meeting nights are deactivated tried time is 9 minutes. san mateo bridge, no problems to report and has come easy ride of hayward into foster city golden gate sub bound 101 you get to drive in the sunshine. no problems reported. top speeds above 60. 10:35 a.m. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. off shampoo about saving a dollar or two-for-one tacos or something. i'm talking about paying less -- every month. like this deal. [ female announcer ] call today and get the fastest internet for the price --
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>> justine: these are pictures from about 90 minutes ago when president barack obama visited engine-54. this was his first app well in new york city to mark the death of a terrorist been locked in. -- a lot in. -osama bin laden's-. he made some comments. here's what to say. >> the main reason i came here, but, mayor giuliani
who was the mastermind on the attack. also the united fight and the crash. >> james: they took the opportunity here on this day to go accomplish both of those tasks. now, here is a look at the weather. >> erica: good morning, a live the good side that conditions bedside traffic is pretty late. cooler a little better on the coast and the bay, it will still be warm as we may get into the afternoon i will show you this afternoon highs, calling him back down into the weekend. temperatures outside rain now already heating up pretty nicely but the 72 degrees for santa rosa. it's not even 11:00 jet. a little warmer in
fairfield, 71 livermore. as we take it into the afternoon those temperatures will soar, getting into the mid-upper 80s. 83 and sonoma. a warm 86 and fairfield. cooler along the coast. not yet beach weather for ocean beach. east bay, 78 degrees expected in berkeley. san ramon, 85 danville, 86 san ramon. and certainly will feel like summertime in the south bay. taking a look at your here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. today is the
warmest day for the next seven. 88 inland, '70s around the bay, '60s for the coast. cooley and hand begins tomorrow stretching into the weekend. -- cooling trend begins tomorrow. dryout, warm up as we make it into the work week. traffic, bay bridge, no problems to report. metering lights have been off. san mateo bridge, no problems to report nice, easy ride, a golden gate, south and-101. a gorgeous ride. -- southbound-101. >> james: thank you, , the news of the death of osama bin laden has impacted the world come but perhaps nowhere as much as york. that is why president obama when there this morning. there are definite signs of
progress. >> as the tenure anniversary of the september-11th attack of perches, a time lapse video shows the rebuilding process across. it will be part of it documentary called rebirth that will be released this august the idea was the brainchild of rebirth the director jean whitaker. >> i visited a month after september 11th, it was so immense, large. as i left that i began to imagine that one day it would that be that way. i had a swell of hope that came to me, it made me realize that someone needed to capture 11 edition of the site over time. so we began training cameras on grounds here in order to capture the minute by minute evolution of the site over time. knowing that a certain
point when it was very different in might bring about a feeling of hope, resilience. >> reporter: 14 cameras have been running 24/7 for more than eight years collecting this footage. the documentary will also chronicle the lives of nine people impacted by the attack. >> justine: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
>> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. 10:53 a.m. the president i crown zero world trade center more held lang agreed to honor the victims and the families of those victims of the attack and to mark of course the death of osama bin laden this past sunday when navy seals teams infiltrated his compound killing him. bringing to an end a 10 year worldwide manhunt. it was 10 years ago that george w.
bush issued the order that he was wanted dead or alive. here we are with his passing and the world remembering once more the attack. >> justine: it was the way for all but to give near city its moments of justice. 90 minutes ago the president will use in your city visited engine-54 it was one of his first stops on the trip. here he is reading to from plaques on the wall from family members of the 9-11 victims. he also made a quick remark while he was there. >> what happened on sunday, because the church of our military, said a message around the world but also back home, when we say we will never forget, we mean what we say. our commitment
to making sure justice was done is something that transcends politics, parties, it didn't matter which administration was then, who was in charge we're going to make sure that the perpetrators of that for black receive justice. it is some comfort hope as all of you know, when they took this extraordinary risks going in that they're doing it partly because of the sacrifices they're made. >> justine: 15 men from end to 54 died on september 11th, the fire chief in your city spoke shortly after the president's visit. >> we knew that he would be
here for a period of time, to see him take up as a joke premise a done kitchen, relax and just seven nice conversation was wonderful. it was a wonderful lunch, it was a very informal lunch. he was very much at ease. still wanted everyone to know how much he appreciated all the work that the first responders and firefighters do. there was bantering, we had a very light, insurable conversation but at the same time, we still remember everything that is going on. all the sacrifices that the military is making. all the sacrifices that the families made on september 11th. >> james: the of also learned this morning that one of the five people killed in the osama bin laden raid was the only person armed and was able to get off a single shot. they also claim the shooter was killed early on in the assault original reports immediately after retreated
as a fire fight, a caked firefight the new details emerging about the navy seal team has been jury of the reef. -- it was more tactical. we're also getting word, more gracious about the helicopter that delivered that team and took down osama bin laden. at this point it looks like it was a top-secret, never before seen stealth modified helicopter. invisible to radar, quieter than the black caucus. they had to blow it up after it raised the compound wall it was forced to make a hard landing. they destroyed it so it would not fall into enemy hands. >> justine: that will do it for us here in the kron 4 morning news, we did get to bring you some historic moments today. >> james: we saw the president lange a wreath in honor of those victims. and we saw joe biden do the same thing at the pentagon. >> justine: thank you, for
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