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a trouble nightmare for united airlines' passenger. a computer outage ground in passengers, now it is up and running but the damage has been done. travel plans in shambles people waiting for several hours at the gate. reggie kumar. >> at sfo, united and continental are slowly bringing their computers back on line. a computer problem shut down the entire system. grounding flights country-wide. terminal three
the airlines are only going to allow them to carry their backs on the board. no checked baggage. the san jose airport had one fight with one hour delay. at sfo, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> new from overnight, oakland fatal shooting of a teenager at 11:40 near been croft ave. the 17 year-old was shot in a parked car. so far, no suspects and no arrests. >> the missing student search still continues michelle ;le, her family, friends from the community team got to find any signs of her. >> once people get signed and they can get specialized
training. >>reporter: specialized training over 100 volunteers from organizers in charge of a three-day search for missing mr. in student michelle le. lucio greenfield says there's one important thing. >> to not touch anything. immediately contact the command center and the will dispatch what enforcement to the area. >>reporter: these areas i could see scenes like these, clothing, a black trash checks and other items that could be important evidence. >> you never touch any potential evidence because it is a criminal investigation. everybody is searching should understand that this is a potential crime scene. coming up on things like black trash bags. www.michelle lemissing.com haazig madyun
kron 4 >> they're open to provide to valuable clues. with continuing coverage of the missing nursing student, michele le. and let us get you caught up on the weather. to get caught up. we will get the lowdown from janu. >> good morning, and marty. those low clouds to the golden gate bridge and some sunshine peeking through. mostly sunny conditions with a big warm up as we go towards the workweek. temperatures are still and low 40's like santa rosa, and san rafael, los gatos. mid 50s along the east bay and in antioch. through the livermore valley and half moon bay. would '70s and '80s for fairfield, san
francisco. 75 in novado. with mid 70's along the coast. 73 at half moon bay. oakland, hayward, and 81 in morgan hill. take a look to these temperatures. tuesday, a big warm up with 75 degrees in san francisco. low 90s halfor santa rosa. first, back to marty. >> thank you. one of the bay area's the goriest sexual predators. he will be free. he has been in/out of prisons and hospitals for over 20 years. he was ready for release after a voluntary castration. however, violations have been repeatedly sent him back to jail. j.r. stone found out that people in the community and a point are
split over the judge's decision to have him get released. >> we do not want him in our community. >>reporter: tracy is upset. convicted sex offender will be released from a state hospital. and all likelihood be going to back to its neighborhood. >> we have a school 500 ft. away and a serial rapist what does that say about our community? >>reporter: he has been in a hospital for five months violating a rule was up patient rehab earlier this year. now, at least two of the four states saying that he is no longer a sexually violent predator. that is why he is being released. >> the last time he was being picked up was... really not anything more than just bad judgment. bad judgment. he did not commit any crime. >>reporter: daniel was a
friend and the neighbor has been a target over the years. >> people are still uncomfortable with gay people. >> target or not it is not like the idea of him being back into the neighborhood >> yes! very upset i do not want to see him i do not want to see him that is how i feel. >>reporter: i spoke with a lawyer and the client has gotten treatment, rehab and she believes that he believes that he can re- enter society. j.r. stone, kron 4 news. >> still ahead, video showing a man that was kicked off a flight at s f o earlier this week. repeatedly refusing to pull up his pants. we will have video. and a live look outside we will be back.
>> video surfaced of a young man wearing baggy pants at an airport and refused to pull them up. >> take a look. >> i'm not going to pull up for nobody. i paid my ticket. >> marman, was charged with trespassing,. our entire video is on the website. kron 4 .com >> the neighbor has poisoned a neighbor's dog with poisonous meatballs. he reported about the dog
before for excess of parking. this man has done this before. >> about 8:30 friday morning a city worker made a u-turn when a suspect got out of this car, opened fire on the truck. and got away. the worker has a broken shoulder blade and was taken to the hospital. stay with us with a sports highlights. also to check out the bay bridge. a live look outside with the forecast. we will be right back. ♪ ♪
blanket-of low cloud coverage. outside temperatures are in the 50s. and low 50s in the north bay, a 54 degrees and san jose. a mixture of 60s-'80s. 80s in fairfield, 74 degrees in san rafael and 64 degrees along the coast. with ocean beach looking at 58 degrees. also, mid-'60s through alameda. with 56-70's through richmond. inland, more of the '70s and '80s with 81 in concord. pleasanton, 77 degrees expected and other areas. through milpitas, 81 degrees for morgan hill. if you are going to go to the baseball
game today? with 7:0 5:00 p.m. and 60 degrees. the degrees at 9:00 p.m. finally taking your kron 4 7 day around the bay a the a big warm up. next week the temperatures are going to be getting into the '90s! 80s for the bay and even perhaps 70's along the coast. 7:15. >> sports! the case, the giants are in oakland. the a's and the u.s. open record and and the olympic champion comes to the bay area. >> the a's got a jump on the giants of the bay bridge series sold out. in oakland last night, brian wilson. one-one, bottom of the third. ken lincecum. a fair ball. and two-one = these. a
continued struggle. two-one = 80s. now, a ball to left field. 5 its, two of the earned runs five hits. the oakland a's are battered, the giants in first place. sandoval on third. thirdsandoval, bottom of the eight, the rookie, godfrey. no relation to gilbert gottfried. seven innings, one iwith the a's beating the giants 5-2. game 2 saturday, sunday. >> came >mecelvoy he is doing his thing. cadoing his
thing at the u.s. open. roy mcevoy the irish a new record, for the best 36 holes court in the 111 years history of the tournament. it is better than tiger woods and nicklaus. mcevoy your leader. >> phelps, tonight, he and his warm up. came in second. last night. and placing first place. however, he was not happy with this time of 54.1 holding the world record. phelps in the bay area during testing this weekend. >> coming up on kron 4 news this weekend an unlikely
pair hitting the call of course. john boehner and president obama. hitting the golf course. -- >> a live look with clouds. the bay bridge, just a bit of pork mixture of weather this morning in a programming change to tell you about. tonight, with nbc programming you conceive minute to win it. criminal intent and also a special edition of kron 4 news. that is all here tonight, on kron 4. programming changes
hoping that there are going to break through on issues but just spending time together will help prove and improve their working relationship. >> the resignation of around the world, weiner it was a friend surrounding the news conference that cut most of the attention. >> there is light at the end of the scandal, lights, camera and perhaps too much action. wiener self-taught pushed. >> -you pushed me. >> himself-- >> and a media giving him payback. after a moment of stunned silence the chaste resumed and also in the present strike added to this chaotic atmosphere. >> flushed the toilet. >> he had trouble giving
away. >> the washington office and became a tourist attraction. people using both thumbs and tongs.gues >> this disgusting stories. >> stevie. >> if this was not supported and off, hecklers looking for attention. crashed his press conference. but today i am announcing the resignation from congress. >> week ago, pervert! >> most importantly, that we can heal me and my wife. >> the media was enraged. >> thank you and good afternoon. >> when the plan >> this could-0 possibly plug the trip of crude news.
>> and only a voice mail. >> there's nobody available to take your call and the office of anthony weiner. still passions. >> it is interesting to see if john boehner hadnbeen- skeptical, that perhaps call me a liar! steve. >> not kick him when he is down. >> i did not put in there. >> and the brutal came from geraldo rivera. >> i remember that there were if there were twitter? back on my day. i would a blanketed. >> perhaps the word tongues >> the complete that to
music. wiener, weiner, >>reporter: as we leave the weiner,s will the press survive? jeanne moos, cnn, new york casey at the trial in new- york a live look and the courtroom. she is suspected of killing her daughter. they testified that the bad odor from her car trunk was that of a bag of trash not her daughters decaying body. they believe the she suffocated her. putting the body into the car. and the little girl is claimed to be drowned in her grandparents pool. >> meanwhile, new tickets for this fight of said the court house. early friday morning a brawl broke out.
reportedly, people were waiting to get a seat in the court room. and somebody was get caught cutting. now, they would have to get tickets in advance. >> straight ahead, united airlines' passengers at sfo is still at the gate and iand if the problem is fixed. a live look from the south bay. when kron 4 news continues. we will be right back (music)
degrees in warming to the 57 by noon. the afternoon high of 79 degrees. with a cooler evening with 60s, mild. 50s through san rafael. 54 in half moon bay. mid '50s to concord, hayward, and mountain view. seeing perhaps 60's and 80's. 80s in the santa rosa. 64 degrees in san francisco with low 80s in fairfield, concord. half upper 60s for the east bay with a 79 degrees in livermore. and about 81 degrees for morgan hill. taking a look at the attempt trends. a warm up in store. 73 degrees and a 75 on tuesday with below 94 santa rosa and san jose on tuesday. your full forecast coming up but first, let us
check-in with marty. >> thank you, after united airlines having a network issue a grounding flights across the country and take a look at s f o. hundreds of united/continental passengers standing in line and hours try to get the flight status, a peat or what led to the delay. >> there been no announcements. there been no communication as to what is happening, when we're taking off. or even if we can get onto a flight. they started passing out water. that is usually a bad sign. >> my mother and i do not even have our boarding pass to get food. we are just stock. >> we cannot fix it. -stocuck but what after five hours
they made an announcement that the was a computer glitch. posting it on twitter. >> the missing. them nursing student michelle le, police have obtained new surveillance the deal hoping to drive new clues. >>reporter: kron 4 is hoping that this garage video will have a different in golden previous video examined by detectives. examined-- different angle. also if the crime lab can enhance the video and provide new information and the disappearance of michele le. 26 year-old was leaving a class at this hospital. entering her car in the garage her car was discovered several blocks away that was three weeks ago. she is not been the
scene to cents. hayward police say that the evidence is including is witness statements, herself phone records and evidence collected from over five search warrants. the lead them to believe that she was murdered. as far as any other developments hayward police are tight lipped about this case. they are doing everything they can to find michelis killer. in hayward, teresa estacio, kron 4 new. to find her killer. >> beginning to crack down on a gang activity, after a three month old was killed. the suspects are in custody, and da lin spoke with police on what they planned to do. >> the killing of this for a month-old infant with mistaken identity it shocked the entire bay area. waking up and people in palo alto
the police chief that so many people called in with information that the arrested gunman was in custody within 24 hours. the want to continue the momentum with residents to respond to gang activity. >> this is not about idle threats, this could take perhaps one, two years it is not an overnight sensation. they are saying that the accountability of a three month old is not acceptable. >> this is unrealistic to eliminate the two rivals pete gangs. rival street gangs, but she is confident that police can ramp up activities of the gangs will not be able to function. >> they are not going against their usual foe, they're going against an entire community. >>reporter: federal agent in the 40's will step up visits and search a 40's--with paroled visits. and people
are going to meet with leaders of the gangs. too much retaliatory violence between these gangs. officials and authorities are doing everything they can to put support the police chief. not the city council will pledge a quarter of a $1 million of a program. to tackle the gang violence with prevention intervention, and enforcement. by cracking down on the gangs and preventing children from joining that lifestyle the mayor and police chief hoping that this tragedy will never happen again. in east palo alto, da lin, , kron 4 news >> a budget arrest in oakland on friday. the group known as the date of rage was made with 50 people. these arrests with protesters blocking traffic and intersection. the oakland funding cuts to
libraries and other city services. no injuries or property damage. >> a group of oakland high school students are looking to improve the bay area schools. 20 students of an educational forum last night. they believe that better schools and an educated city population has less crime. students have been talking to other oaklandon students, teachers, parents, to find out what they think needs to change. one of the findings? students coping with problems outside of the classroom with a teacher's help. >> teenage boys could use help. >> when you are working in a community and confronting issues. of violence, drama, ppoverty, and racism, and the teachers were most successful were the ones that we're able to connect with young people on those issues and integrate those
issues into their instruction. >> 100 people attended including superintendent of the oakland unified school district. st ahead on kron 4 news developments of the case of put the serial killer, joseph naso and a live look outside from boston. the victory parade for the stanley cup champions bruins. (music)
murder cases of these women. with probable cause statements all four of these women were working as prostitutes in northern california before their death. to the east bay, to and you the city, and one in yuba county. one and uvcity in yuba city. all four of these women were on that list. carmen, loan found in 1978 was #two. roxanne was found in 1977 was #three. pamela parsons in 1992 was #nine, tracy tafoa in 1994 was #10 this documents the inside of his home finding numerous photos of nude women. wearing pantyhose, linger ie or bondage or others
appeared dead. others appeared to be passed out or dead. roxanne was found strangled by pantyhose and the and a dna, linked naso. >> investigators found pictures and news articles of two of these women killed and his safe. items from his safe included photos of his victims. >> when we come back, an update on the arizona wild fires.
>> errors on the firefighters are dealing with facts smoke, to the nth the monument fire has destroyed several homes,. in eastern arizona near the new mexico border, it has destroyed several homes. firefighters are dealing with food smokthick smoke. >> we are respecting a bit of a warm up. >> correct. it will be coming in tomorrow. with overcast conditions currently in san francisco. with low clouds and mostly sunny this afternoon with a big warm up next week. tensor in the '50s with the
exception of antioch. 54 and the san francisco. mid '50s and mountain view right now with temperatures in the 50s right now-- >> low clouds will clear by 11:00 a.m. also, it is going to be breezy this afternoon not getting up to 24 m.p.h. in fairfield. 18 m.p.h. and they're killed, 20 m.p.h. in redwood city. even 80s out there with 76 and menlo park, 80s in fairfield, 69 and the valley. 60s in downtown san francisco, half moon bay, mid-cities in redwood city. with 70's and 60's along alameda and the san leandro areas. 81 in
concord with 79 in livermore, and 80 in milpitas, campbell, mid 70's through cupertino's and 81 degrees for morgan hill. your kron 4 7 day around the bay pleasant conditions on your father's day. '70s for the bay. and another warm up in store likely with 90's. 80s for the bay, 70's for the coast. 7:47. >> tomorrow is father's day. gabe slate's tech report keef >> the ultimate gift could be the ipad 2 a everybody seems to wanting one. you know how difficult it is to get one. let me show you a new tablet that is great from google. it is a legitimate alternative this
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>> and jan wahl. >> pride. >> is it that time already? >> yes! >> celebrating, the bake at contest at the alameda contest the big hat--contest the alameda county. henry? >> hello, there are two different food fights today. the first is sunset magazine competition between los angeles and san francisco. guess what? will tell you the winner. and speaking of food fight. if you are trying to get your children to eat vegetables? or if the food is fighting your kids? the author of " what is feeding your child " the hidden connection between your children and the hidden elements. >> thank you, henry. and how about checking with your weather. sunny skies to
golden gate and what about the rest of the bay area? >> janu: good morning, we are taking a live look for our mount tam cam. a layer of clouds but sunshine of of with 55 degrees. 60s hit by this afternoon at 76 with a high tech. 59 by 8:00 p.m. temperatures outside. 76 for the high today--70's through san francisco. 60s-'80s for this afternoon. 60s through san francisco, and '80s to fairfield. upper 60s along the east bay. 79 to livermore. and about 81 degrees pour morgan hill. take a look at the temperature to these through
santa row mid 70 we will have your full forecast coming up but first, right back to marty. >> thank computers are working at united airlines after that the malfunction that grounded flights. the damage has been done. reggie kumar spoke with travelers who are frustrated and wondering what led to this problem. after united airlines having a network issue a grounding flights across the
country and take a look at s f o. hundreds of united/continental passengers standing in line and hours try to get the flight status, a peat or what led to the delay. >> there been no announcements. there been no communication as to what is happening, when we're taking off. or even if we can get onto a flight. they started passing out water. that is usually a bad sign. >> my mother and i do not even have our boarding pass to get food. we are just stuck >> we cannot fix it. -stuck but what after five hours they made an announcement that the was a computer the technology is a team is resolving the issue as soon as possible. >> that wiz reggie kumar reporting. it glitch. posting it on twitter. >> take a look at this surveillance video. he refused to pull his pants up. i'm not pulling up
nothing for nobody. i paid my ticket. >> seshawn marman was arrested. the search continues family, friends, joining the fight to find her they are looking through the east bay for any sign of michele lee. of any information you would like to help with the search effort? you can go to www . michellelemissing.com >> and unemployment is declining. a 11.7%. last
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the doors opened at 8:00 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m. and san jose, charles clifford, kron 4 news. >> the children of brian stowe speak up after months of therapy and a hospital after an attack. and taking a look. over that part of the bay ir sunny and other par, your full forecast / fun the bay if blocking the arearea. [ coach ] in albuquerque, citi pre-approved my mortgage.
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>> this dog poisoning brings this neighborhood to an extreme surprise! the 70 year-old elder has spent accused of poisoning these dogs with meatballs. >> it looked like that dog hopped through that fence, crawl to tour here. and you know, somehow kind of smashed over here. >> reporter: the concern comes from neighbors who wore animal lovers. >> i would rather have those people got caught. >> still ahead. the
through petaluma, and the santa rosa. 64 along the coast. with 60s in half moon bay, 59 to redwood city. mid-60s about the 70's in richmond. redwood city, fremont, 80 in concord, and 80 through san ramon and pleasanton. the south bay, 70's and 80's. 80s in milpitas. 81 and morgan hill your kron 4 7 day around the bay pleasant temperatures. they've warm up next week nearly the '90s and land! 70's on the coast. >> marty: california's continuing budget battle. when's the was the deadline for lawmakers to submit a new budget. they did. however, vetoed by jerry brown the next day. his own
plan calls for a public vote on tax extensions. the democrats could not gather before republican votes. if it was not something he could support. >> it does not meet the needs of this state. it has questionable maneuvers and adds to our wall of death. then the next several days i will do everything i can, to get those votes. i will move heaven and earth, we need a solution and not just for the six months before the next several years. >> marty: governor brown will convince more of the four republicans. to pass his plan. the democrats are hoping that this will happen and he has to be more specific on what the budget plan should look like. >> we're too far down the road for the governor to continue avoiding a specific
proposal, a specific set of proposals of what he intends to do or wants to be done if he cannot gain if the republican votes. governor, over the next few weeks if you cannot get the republican votes, give us your specific changes to the budget as we that we've passed yesterday that to be adopted for a major vote. his constant references to ghis january proposal are hollow if he cannot deliver. the claim that it was gop lawmakers to blame. they say that it was democrats holding california hostage. the bottom line is that the $9.6 billion deficit remains. coming up on kron 4 news this weekend. a special message from president obama to fall fathers are run the country. first, henry.
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>> ent doctor found that children that they were reacting to. terrysuch as the dairy. >> 90%? >> yes, that is quite a number. >> perhaps 89% law >> and right away we challenged these facts. moodiness. a contentious point. >> the research was done where they found that people that were eating a lot of fish were not as depressed. the oil and purchas-fish can inhibit depression, the
omega 3. >> that is a very good for heart disease. >> and how about a learning problem of? >> yes. >> there is a good chapter destruction with movement or thinking. destruction-the were distractions a neurotransmitter in the brain helps you stay focused. and it also increases capacity to learn. >> and what is found in napole colean? coline, is in egg and liver and you talk about picky
eaters. >> i think that parents and my generation have to take back the kitchen a little bit. they are not,,,, for the children to take back the kitchen a little bit. parents cannot participate with healthy choices parents are able-participate with healthy to mind, oand children should take a multivitamin? >> yes. and i think the surprising thing about nutrition is that they think they are feeding their children better than they are. and it all of children's activities, the
rate dowthe right down the right down what they are feeding their children. >> zinc? >> yes. >> for growth, development. >> and in terms of sleeping? melatonin. >> and thank you. the book is called what is feeding your child? kelly dorfman is a dietitian. kelly so much. we are going to come back and and another discussion of food of different sorts. the fight between l.a. and san francisco, a food fight.
right here at sfo. hundreds of united and continental airlines stood in line. waiting to hearafter united airlines having a network issue a grounding flights across the country and take a look at s f o. hundreds of united/continental passengers standing in line flight status, a peat or what led to the delay. >> there been no announcements. there been no communication as to what is happening, when we're taking off. or even if we can get onto a flight. they started passing out water. that is usually a bad sign. >> my mother and i do not even have our boarding pass to get food. we are just stuck stock. >> we cannot fix it. -stuck but what after five hours they made an announcement that the was a computer glitch. posting it on twitter. >> deshawn marman refused
to pull off his hands before boarding a flight and injured a police officer. >> i'm embarrassed by the negative attention this is brought upon my family, my team, my teammates and most of all myself. this is not representative of me, myself with the university of new mexico football program. i would like to thank everybody for their abouall four of support, i look forward to returning to practice. >> baggy pants or a fashion phenomenon. and grant lotus spokesman local sociologist. this has been since the eighties is not going away. >> with everyone to call it, we're talking about pants that are below for on the butt. doctor. it knows about this fashion phenomenon even when she flies. >> i am sitting on an aisle
in first class and a somebody is crowing over and i am they are crawling over meat and it is not appropriate when they are crawling over meatto go over to the restroom. >> they say that this is the generational, racial. >> it is spread throughout youth. not just african- americans, young white. a young of latham, young asians. even females. the young-latin females showing that top along. >> the started in that the 1980's, with lower income. >> this is a lawsuit waiting to happen. >> we will seek airlines and i would not surprised that it was an african-american athlete that was involved.
and i was not surprised that the business response to this fjord >> reporter: high athletes wearing their pants fall so low. red lotus. >> a photograph, this is a couple ckissing on a pavement. this happened after the canucks lost to the boston bruins. why there were so happy it was caught on tape. >> we were not being aggressive but eventually they passed over us. that is when we're on the ground. >> people were able to see that it was a moment that
happened to be on camera. it is not embarrassing at all is actually a really beautiful shot >> marty: the couple was trying to get out of the downtown area and they found a street filled with police and riot gear. >> a special father's day message from president obama. a programming change to tell you about. tonight, kron 4 will let nbc programming. you can see minute to win it followed by criminal intent at 9:00 p.m. and a special edition of kron 4 news. that is tonight. we will be back. >> coming up on bay area bargains, cantor's home office with an incredible sale on blue tarp. yes, ladies and gentleman it is all covered up until 10:00 a.m. but a huge, summer sale. they have deals would not believe. case in point.
little things that mean a lot >> president obama used his weekly address to address father's day. emphasizing time it and the value and quality time and unconditional love. the most of all they need our time. the smallest moments can have the biggest impact. our administration has offered men that want to be good fathers a lot of of vector support. boosting faith
>> a live look at the golden gate bridge. we're expecting a nice day with warm conditions. your seven day forecast with a warm up significantly inland on father's day. even mid 90's inland mid-week. beautiful conditions. it jan wahl? >> jan: all right! and we are going to seeing into the sunshine. on the sachet - donna sachet celebrating
pride. and james hormel. he was the ambassador. here we are at the pride brunch. that was the 12th, who will do the 13th. and " living under a rock " law somewhere. and you're done so much community organization, singing at at&t park you are one of my best girlfriends, fabulous. >> and you give me the chance to be on television, thank you. >> talk about pride month. >> jan: it is what is going on? >> it is a great time of year. a great alignment. and some of the fund raisers to that is why i am here to talk about pride brunch. to honor of the grand marshals they do not have much time to speak to the public. and what did the love about
pride? and with music. >> fabulous. >> the dixieland dikes are some much fun. and as a former grand marshal of this raid, but with the sprite been?-this parade. >> pride is about taking things and being proud that people of knocked you down for. our community is continued to be underrepresented, police. if there is nothing but wrong with. there is extra something wonderful about being gay and. >> to live in it the right place at the right time. >> we saw what tracy morgan did when it is so sad that it ended up into the main
stream. >> it is a bit too late when they apologize. and it could really hurt someone. >> a children have to step up and say i have to speak to my straight brothers and sisters that you do not allow people to bully. >> the organizational grant marshall is the troubled project it is a national health plan that you can call. if people are in a difficult situation, a- national healthot line-- >> marty: if your parents p flag, is greek for parents of children that are lesbian or gay it is great for parents that are lesbian or gay. >> this is benefiting the positive resource center. june 25th, a 11-2 hotel
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> marty: good morning thank you for joining us. >> isabel is off today. in the headlines, stranded passengers cutting back on track after the huge computer clinc glitch and the computer said the kansa and the saggy pants saga green hornet, the priscilla queen of the sesert and the big hat context ant the a lameda county fair, subtle,
much like my own, >> marty: let's 'curry up now' >> henry: members of the mo lonee tribe, with traditional dancing >> marty: janu? >> janu: have still live look outside of the golden gate bridge. whitmore sunshine and a residual clouds. currently, with more sunshine and expected a later. they cool down by 8:00 p.m. temperatures
outside are in the '50s with the exception of antioch. 56. 59 through napa, and redwood city, he worked67 he wod and 57 in los gatos and in hayward, 67. upper 60s to the east bay 59 in half moon bay. with pleasant conditions for father's day. 80s through san jose, 86 in santa rosa and taking a look at it tuesday. a big warm up. getting into the mid 70's. and low 90s for santa rosa. we will have your full forecast. now, back to of marty. >> marty: after united airlines having a network
issue a grounding flights across the country and take a look at s f o. hundreds of united/continental passengers standing in line and hours try to get the flight status, a peat or what led to the delay. a trouble nightmare for united airlines' passenger. a computer outage ground in passengers, now it is up and running but the damage has been done. travel plans in shambles people waiting for several hours at the gate. reggie kumar. >> at sfo, united and continental are slowly bringing their computers back on line. a computer problem shut down the entire system. grounding flights country-wide. terminal three the airlines are only going to allow them to carry their backs on the board. no checked baggage. the san jose airport had one fight--flight with one hour delay. at sfo, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> new from overnight, oakland fatal shooting of a teenager at 11:40 near been croft ave. the 17 year-old was shot in a parked car. so far, no suspects and no
arrests. the search for nursing student, michele le was seen from kaiser permanente a on may 27th her family, friends are coming together in team up to see if there can find any signs of her. >> was the get signed an. they will get through a specialized training. >> janu: >> reporter: specialized training that is exactly what it they will get from organizers in charge of this research effort for missing nursing student, michelle le. there is one very important thing you need to go. >> absolutely do not touch anything. immediately come contact the command center and they will dispatch a law enforcement. >> search volunteers could come across black trash
becks clothing trash bags, clothing this is a criminal investigation. >> this is an active crime scene. >> reporter:www.mi chelelemissing.com haazig madyun kron 4 news. >> marty: continuing coverage even if you were surveillance video. the editors he will be free. furst, and allowed chemical castration. however, he has
spent three offended and has repeatedly been back to jail. he has refunded-- residents speak out. >> we did not want him in our community. he has read offended him. >> today, sex offender he has learned that this man will be released from a state hospital and live in his neighborhood. >> we have a school here and a serial rapist what does that say this about our community? >> first has been a hospital by letting air out patient rehab center earlier this year. now,vurse is no longer a sexually violent predator that as what he is being released. >> these last two times were really not that any think
more than just bad judgment. it's bad judgment. he did not commit any crime. >> daniel is a friend and believe that his neighbor has been a target. >> people are still uncomfortable with gay people. >> reporter: are good or not, he does not like the idea of reversing back into the neighborhood. >> yes! very upsetting i did not want to see and i do hope i did not want to see him. >> reporter: i spoke with the attorney of the client worked hard over the last 10 years. gotten treatment, rehab, and she believes that he believes to be living back into society. reporting and the point, j.r. stone, kron 4 news. if >> marty: still ahead, the backlash of the man kicked off a flight for refusing to pull up his. the altercation, pulling up his
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>> marty: two east bay men have been arrested of collins. broke into a second-floor apartment and shot them. east arrests, came after an intense five month what investigation. in concord, a 72 year-old man is suspected of feeding poisoned meat balls to his neighbor's dog. and he received anonymous letters of the barking dog. the suspect was arrested and he believes is also involved in a previous dog poisoning. >> your full forecast coming up. taking a live look. this time, from the san mateo
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>> we are back on kron 4 news this weekend. gazing through the south bay. things are looking pretty good. janu >> good morning, marty if you live look for more tam cam. sunshine but low clouds and we're dealing with. mostly sunny conditions in this afternoon at a big warm up in store next week. warmer conditions forefathers' day. still, 60s popping up. fairfield, concord. 67 in antioch, mid '50s in half moon bay. 59 in los gatos. temperatures for this hour, you can see overcast conditions in santa rosa and as well as sausalito. by 11:00 a.m., clouds thinning of. fog along the coast
throughout the day and trickle back in into the evening. breezy. the futurecast at 5:00 p.m. gusting up to 25 m.p.h.. 19 mph through oakland, concord, and 20 m.p.h. for redwood city with pleasant conditions. 60s, 70's, 80's and the santa rosa. 76 and menlo park, and a is expected for fairfield. 60s for ocean beach. and the 63 in half moon bay. a 75 in redwood city. the rublbayshore will see '60s and '70s. union city/fremont. also through martinez, and '80s in concord. pleasanton. and in the south bay, more of the '70s and '80s. your kron 4 7 day around the bay the big warm-up in store next week. getting into the 80s!
70's for the coast. at 9:15. >> marty: video has surfaced of a man arrested with of wearing saggy pants. >> no, no, listen to me. >> i did not do nothing to nobody. >> the video shows marman, trespassing, battery and if you'd like to watch the full video? now, here is stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >>stanley: lucky me i get to take a look thatthe butts of dudes and the sagging deal
where did this come from? >> it goes all the way back to slavery. because they did not have any belts. >>stanley: i thought it was jail. >> i did not remember watching that roots? >> slight sag, my comfort level >>stanley: it is not just a fashion statement or brother thing. >> why do you sai g? >> not everybody i talked to is into saggin. >> you should be able to express yourself through
clothing. sagging is in decent and in decent and inappropriate exposure. and you are grown men. >>stanley: personally i get the personal statement and even the legs too big. but why on earth would you think that anybody would want to see you were to worswear d rawers? >> henry: >> marty: john boehner and president of , teaming up for a round of golf. >> henry: coming up, traditional and celebration the inidan tribe of
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>> henry: this southern california tribal do one of the tribes featured today. as part of the san francisco ethnic dance festival. from southern california this person happens to be singing. this gentleman is an adopted member of the tribe. >> on every member of the tribe. >> the left in 1834 to avoid the massacre and other issues going on with colonization. what we have
today is the important to promote the welcoming. >> can you tell me what that dance and song is now? >> this is an acorn song and this is a woman and and a corn son acorn are these an accurate historical representation? >> these are not exact. but since this was 200 years ago what they're going is an important recollection and within the committee of native californians. and part, a result of the revitalization of the
1960's. native culture became something the you can be proud of, again. what they are doing is renewable and celebration of their ancient culture and their ancestors. >> henry: this particular tribe where are they based? >> there were exiled out of san francisco in 1834. currently they reside in the pomona, california. they are hoping to return to san francisco. and they have residences and other areas around the bay area. they like to have more of a cultural representation with the ongoing dynamic makeup of san francisco. >> henry: how would they do that? shoreline development as a 700 a. site. making
plans to build a cultural center. they deserve a place where they can practice their participation of history, and of san francisco and the world as it travels through san francisco pier read that way, they can learn a through san francisco-. . >> this is one of many tribes. >> there are nine maloney tribes >> let us say hello to tony. >> at the 8ank you we appreciate your presence there will be among the tribes performing today as part of the san francisco ethnic dance center 5:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. admission =
>> marty: after united airlines having a network issue a grounding flights across the country and take a look at s f o. hundreds of united/continental passengers standing in line and hours try to get the flight status, a peat or what led to the delay. >> there been no announcements. there been no communication as to what
is happening, when we're taking off. or even if we can get onto a flight. they started passing out water. that is usually a bad sign. >> my mother and i do not even have our boarding pass and i have my and with me. to get food. we are just stock. (australian accent)>> we cannot fix it. -stuck but what after five hours they made an announcement glitch. posting it on twitter. >> to the is it that second day for area renewed search. it is been three weeks since she has finishe from kaiser permanente a. she vanished. >> this is new surveillance video from the parking garage. they want to seek
the assistance of the fbi crime lab to see if this video can be enhanced. perhaps they could provide new information in the homicide investigation of michele le the 26 your old nursing student was leaving the scene of the hospital. several blocks away from this parking garage is just not been seen, sense. hayward police said that the evidence collected is witness statements, her cellphone records and evidence collected from other 500 search warrants believe that she was murdered. as far as an the other developments hayward police are tight-let! only saying that they're doing everything they can to find the killer. in hayward, teresa estacio, kron 4 news, the hayward police are tight-lipped.
>> marty: let us check the forecast. >> janu: clearing through san francisco with lots of blue skies and low clouds this morning. still uncertain areas we should see sunny skies as today progresses inland. with 60s through napa, 60s to fairfield, concord and low 60s to the south bay. with mostly sunny conditions in cloud coverage:the immediate coast will state to out of the day. it is set to roll back and it this evening. also, pretty breezy and the 5:00 p.m. gusting at 19 mph in san francisco, 18 through concord, live vermont, and 20 m.p.h. and livermore--80
degrees in santa rosa as to the progresses. low 80s and 77 in antioch. cooler in half moon bay. '70s in los gatos and 70's and morgan hill. if you're going to go to the battle of the bay? 7:05 risk. clear conditions and cooling with--brisk conditions. a beautiful father's day expected. upper 70's, low 80s and 70's on the coast. marty? >> marty: thank you, as 10 arrests the bay of rage was made of 50 people. they
blocked traffic at its intersection of their protesting against the government budget cuts specifically to the funding to libraries in oakland and other city services. no injuries or damage. >> a group of oakland high school students are looking to improve the bay area schools. 20 students of an night. they believe that better schools and an educated city population has less crime. students have been talking to other oaklandon students, teachers, parents, to find out what they think needs to change. one of the findings? students coping with problems outside of the classroom with a teacher's help. >> teenage boys could use help. perhaps addressing the issue of homicides. >> when you are working in a community and confronting issues. of violence, drama,
--trauma poverty, and racism, and the teachers were most successful were the ones that we're able to connect with young people on those issues and integrate those issues into their instruction. >> 100 people attended including superintendent of the oakland unified school district. >> president obama and house speaker, john boehner are playing a round of golf in washington. joe biden and republican ohio leader wilgov. governor come together. all are hoping that there are going to break through on issues but just spending time together will help prove and improve their working relationship. still to come, will have more national headlines. before that, jan. >> jan: i have a horse right
bit more representative, it gabrielle giffords is going home. it will be a first- time home cents shot in the january. her husband has released a statement dreaming of this day. the return could help recovery according to doctors. she is still receiving a rehabilitation, every day. >> errors on the firefighters too different wild fires, and high wind gusting. with arizona- firefighters--in arizona also, the monument fire has been burning since sunday. destroying several homes.
the wall of fire in eastern arizona on the new mexico border. nearly 800 square miles and is 30% contained. turning to a color model, the dark clouds over the eastern plains that led to a hill store in colorado-- h hail storm with large pieces of ice. some of them larger than quarters. if >> marty: much more to come, a live look at boston. a victory parade for the boston bruins. we will be right back.
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at&t. >> jan: that was the 98th annual and alameda county fair. they get prices for the most outrageous or colorful ha. it is going to be a lot of fun look at that watermelon. and even a cotton candy hat so much to do especially when there are cash prizes! my guests are here as part of the alameda county fair. it is part of the horse racing and welcome! you are on the board of directors? >> yes.
>> this is our third year. we started two years ago. my wife we expect that it is going to be a new dimension. >> maybe weird, bizarre, fabulous? [laughter] >> and this is a hat contest and we love the movie " my fair lady " and >> yes, churchill downs. the fund and the elegance. >> speaking of fun that is quite out out regis. and how does registration work?-of regis- >> it is pretty much that people can decide their own out regis haf off /+ ---outrageous hats the
alameda county fair. with so many great things. we are going to tell you how you can be part of the show. it is june 22nd-july 10th at the alameda county fair grounds in pleasanton. is www.alamedacountyfair.com and we are so glad that you are promoting it. i would love to speak to your deep family roots. in the meantime, saturday and it celebrates the alameda county fair. a quick couple of movie reviews. stand up, x code to lebanon, comex comeds presents the will unique
world. it is worth seeing. not athe green lantern is how boring and repetitive movies can be. it is boring. it is not as good as x men also a female co-star is terrible! she has difficulty announce feeding.enunciating--and not geo the x-men if you want a hot super hero movie >> mr. popper's and when it is a great childhood book, i would stick with the
children's book and the terrific film " midnight in paris " from woody allen you have to see that it is quite fabulous. right to know, the alameda county fair. i will see you next saturday. go and have a great time and thank you. >> marty: the final check of the weather coming up with your father's day forecast. first, henry. >> henry: the father's day segment! [laughter] ladies and gentleman. welcome to henry's garden. if you're watching this? this is going to be great. the people at remington access sent us a couple of suggestions. this looks identical. >> there are two of
doing thi >> we have a swivel, pull out rotating head. >> both of these broke these. >> the hand. right there, that nob. >> and await the point is that excuse me. that my point is that this is not a good gift for father's day and both of these broke. >> these are from the bionic people bringing us the great arthur designed by orthopedic surgeons. heavy duty, manley ones. for heavy
duty working. thicker, and the figures are better protected and they can refer ba--let the fingers breath and grill! i like the old fashioned way with charcoal. to wait there and get for the fire and foot to put the meat on. it is a great way to kill a little bit of time. >> these are great for fences, trees, and i even have this as an entryway. this is a cool and the dark blowblglow in the
oscillator? this is much better. >> however, this is an and polls and it is also-in impulse-- >> we do wonders for them. when you were doing a mobile device like this make sure that the pattern of overlaps. you want the water to go and perhaps this particular session. if you go one way? you will have a dry spot. proper coverage is key! >> henry: eddie is the one who helped us out figure out the other one. and have a
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