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>> investigators are waiting for results of toxicology reports and will not have an official cause of death for at least two weeks. a 14 year old boy is injured after being shot by someone with a hand kinhand guns the city's third shooting since may. the second shooting in less than one week. to teenagers ricky alcohol when one fired a stolen handgun into the ear. it happened on sunday before midnight.
>> this is not the place to be at night. >> it is scary. >> it is the pitch black, no one can see anything. >> it is definitely not safe to be on the trail at night past 10:00 p.m. or 11:00 p.m.. it is a problem already. you have people looking for trouble. >> the park does have a 10:00 p.m. curfew but some residents ignore that.
>> marc lugo did not speak today but his lawyer did. he said his client will plead not guilty. a cleanly shaven client. far different than this mug shot from last week. lugo is accused of walking out of this weinstein gallery with a picasso drawing north a quarter of a million dollars. he is playing down the case and trying to get bail lowered. >> this is not the crime of this century, no one was killed or hurt. i expect that the sketch
is worth more to the weinstein gallery this week that it was last week. >> last week, lugo was vocal about looking for a good lawyer pro bono. ha his lawyer's name is horngrad. he has been involved in several high-profile cases. live in the studio, j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> a protest is going on in connection with the shooting of a man at the san francisco civic center board station on july 3rd. officers say the man was waving around a knife. there were two officers who opened fire, killing him. there are two separate investigations going on right now. another shooting on the heels of the oscar grant shooting weaves them to believe that enough is enough. dan kerman has details about tonight's protests.
>> i am outside the entrance to the civic center station. i wanted to show you a video of what is going on. right now, we see about four dozen protesters. nothing unruly. they are passing out fliers and talking about this incident last sunday, a man was killed. bar police say the man was on wielding a knife at officers. they know the investigation has to be finished above their indication is at this point art has stepped over the line and changes need to be made. >> the bart police have yet again killed one more and as a person and another way. we are here today to demand the disarmament of the bart police, that they cease to exist and their duties be transferred over to a more responsible organization. >> among the people that we are seeing, we see some familiar faces from the oscar grant
protests and new >> we will see what happens. at this point, we have about four dozen people in the civic center bart station. reporting live, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> an independent police auditor has started an investigation into this shooting to determine if the two officers used proper tactics when shooting a man. bart also formed a 11 member citizen review board to review the outcome of the investigation. >> a live look outside from the golden gate bridge, fog is clinging to the coastline but also into oakland and hayward.
here is a look at our satellite picture. fog up and down the coast. temperatures are a lot cooler as a result of increased sea breeze wins. here are your current conditions. here is what you can expect to 90 into tomorrow. the fog will cling to the coast in a spill over into the inland valleys in the tour out to the bay area overnight. we will be waking up too dense fog and drizzle. by the afternoon the fog will clear. the winds will pick up. it will equal or even tomorrow and cool weather and continuing through the week. an extended forecast coming up. >> them and more of jaycee lee dugard, the woman kidnapped and held hostage for 18 years is
now no. 1 on amazon.com best seller list and it is not even available to purchase yet. the book is titled a stolen life, provides details never released in public. in her first television interview with diane sawyer last night, dugard explained how she coped with the sexual abuse and what life was like giving birth to a baby at the age of 14. terisa estacio tells us why dugard decided to write a memoir. if >> for the first time, jaycee lee dugard in her own words tells her tail on this road walking to school when how she was kidnapped and shoved into a car after being taser. >> i was numb. my whole body was tingling. after we were driving for a while, the driver said, i cannot believe we've got a way with it and he started laughing. >> j.c. says she remembers being brought to this home. garrido made her undress and put
handcuffs on her. " >> there with a fuzzy kind so that it would not hurt as bad. >> jaycee says almost 20 years later, the sound of a padlocks still haunts her. she said she told them her family did not have money to pay ransom but then she said she found out that it was not money they wanted. she said one day garrido came in and said things are going to change and that is when he became raping her. >> i remember crying. tears running down my face. >> three years later, j.c. was pregnant. coming up on kron 4 news at 6:00 p.m. if she explains how she mentally survived and what the birth of her daughter's meant and what she is hoping to accomplish by speaking out about her horrific experience. terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> the family of a college
student killed last year is suing the former governor. that is because arnold schwarzenegger reduced the sentence of the man responsible for the the governor said in a newsweek article that of course, you help a friend. esteban 9 yes is the son of fabianism yes, the former state assembly speaker and friend of the former governor. the victims' families say that schwarzenegger violated constitutional rights when he failed to warn them about the reduced sentence. >> coming up we have new details about the phone hacking scandal in britain.
printed its final edition on sunday. the paper has exploded in several directions. >> the list of possible victim'' is growing. today brought new revelations that the news of the world bribes' member of the royal protection service to get queen elizabeth's private phone number. they tried to bribe new york police to get access to the phones of 911 victims'. charles and camilla were warned that their voice mail may have been hacked. the allegations go far beyond the news of the world to other newspapers owned by rupert murdoch, a former prime minister gordon brown says the sunday times gained access to his young son's confidential medical records and revealed that the void was suffering from cystic fibrosis even before his parents were given a confirmed diagnosis. brown's successor tony blair had this reaction. >> i think what has shocked the
british people is the absence of basic standards in the way that things are done. it >> 3/4 employees of news of the world were arrested on friday. a former editor is expected to be questioned by police about messages deleted from a murdered teenagers >> the mother and sister of the murdered teenager are still waiting to hear from the newspaper. >> there has not been an apology. >> and murdoch arrived in london on sunday and a brooks, was now the ceo of us international is his priority, this will billion dollar bid is now in jeopardy. the legal aftershocks are reaching this country. james murdoch could face prosecution under american locked for violating the foreign corrupt
practices act. >> the paper is downfall is being held by some of the targets of its muckraking. george michael tweeted that closing news of the world is a fantastic day for britain. >> hey look at our extended forecast, not a lot of changes to the upcoming week. foggy mornings and fog in the afternoon, cooler temperatures, a slight warm of into saturday and the weekends. details coming up in a bid.
the family of stone. >> it may be easier to get your hands and your own credit score without paying for it. starting next week, new rules will require banks and creditors to tell you your score is there rejected credit card or a loan application. they will also have to explain other factors in their decision. >> scale live look outside from the mt. tam cam, look at the fog rolling in over the mountains, into the day's chores this afternoon. we will be dealing with the same pattern for the week. dense fog, drizzly morning, cool and breezy afternoon. '60s and '70s. slightly warmer this weekend. there is a system to the north keeping our sea breeze winds in place. with that, fog and cooler temperatures. widespread fog tomorrow into the 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. hour, to the north bay, the delta, inland valleys
in the south bay. scaling back of the east bay by 10:00 a.m.. san francisco and oakland will have fallen even into the 3:00 p.m. hour. a very similar day tomorrow, '60s and '70s for the most part. we are going to cease all inland, that is what is keeping temperatures so cool. temperatures are running well below average for this time of year. we should be at 80 degrees in most locations. here is where we should be. as you can see from these temperatures, well below average. we are going to keep the cooler weather in the
forecast all the way through this work a week. as we head into the weekend the fall will pull back a little bit and we will see warmer turn is return, especially for inland valleys. we'll have the weekend to look forward to for normal weather. >> the time is tech talk with gabe slate. >> a security hold on ipod, iphone said and i pads is leaving apple products open to being sabotaged by decease. they are vulnerable to malicious code contained in pds files. users to download pds files risk letting cyber users access confidential information. if you became a victim, your password, e-mail messages and contact lists, your location information and other nasty things could be taken over. apple is aware of the
problem and will release a software update to pass the slot as soon as they can. until they come out with the past, apple users need to protect themselves. tune into kron 4 news at 8:00 p.m., in my tech report tonight i will show you how apple users can keep themselves safe. it is not just out all devices, android smart phones and tablets have their own problems. i will tell you how to keep those save as well. >> traffic on the golden gate bridge, the cloud cover is hanging over but the traffic on the bridge is moving well northbound and southbound. we have a programming note to tell you about, nbc programming will be airing this friday. that is this friday only on kron 4. we will be right back.
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and cool date. it warm up just a bit, but not a lot. jacqueline bennett is here to tell us and we will ever see summer again. >> the temperatures struggled to warm out there but summer will return, not for a while. and we could see this weather for the rest of the work week. take a look at our satellite picture. fog is clinging to the coastline and pushing into the bay shore. temperatures are pretty cool out there this afternoon, especially compared to yesterday's. here are your current temperatures. our warmest spot is antioch at 77. the valley should be in the upper 80s for this time of year. we are below average for the entire bay area. his killer is a look at the difference over the past 24 hours. price
temperatures will stay on the cooler side all the way through the week. dense fog in the morning and drizzle on the details coming up in just a minute. >> in the news around the bay, police say that a triple homicide in richmond this week and started as a drug deal. they say that three men inside an apartment got into an argument. several shots were fired from several weapons and all free men died. there were two people taken into custody for questioning. police say they are not suspects, but persons of interest. in san jose, police are searching for a 13 year old autistic boy. paces garza was last seen at his home around
12:30 p.m.. he was gone when his parents woke up this morning. police say garza has the mental capacity of a seven year-old and has not run away before. at this time they do not suspect foul play. police believe a fire set at skyline elementary school is a case of arson. firefighters responded to the blaze at about 10:30 >> a man on the edge of the overpass above highway 4 was there for more than two hours starting at 7:00 a.m.. chp shut down the highway and about 9:30 a.m. officers are able to get the man down and put him under arrest. in the area man is being featured on a television show about courting because of the property that he lives on. along the redwoods near boulder creek
are junked cars, buses, machinery of all kinds, piles of recycling and a lot of garbage. rob fladeboe says the owner of all of this stuff say it is anything except junk. >> how large is your property? >> 160 a.. i have lived here for 27 years. >> lloyd taylor says there are a lot of old cars, scrap metal and trash in his home near boulder creek but did not call it junk. >> i think we are educated or even coerced into disposing of things so that you go out and purchase of new things to keep the economy running. >> this old san francisco muni bus, a dozen motorcycles and the rest of his collection are being beaten on the cable show about orders. taylor says he is no order. >> there might be some sort of
mild mental illness, but from my perspective, most of it is a resource to which i made and invent other things. >> he sells firewood and other things to campers. over the years he says people have been using his property as a dumping ground. santa cruz county code compliance say he is not operating an illegal drug dark and are after him to clean it up. >> the planning department says as undeveloped property i cannot have anything on it. >> he meant to being eccentric. he says trash has a residual value. the cable television people allow them to do a deal with people that got a dog who have been helping him reduce the amount of resources on his land. >> it is mutual exploitation. one should look at what you have
and see if there is a residual value. >> rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. >> this just in, protesters are interrupting the evening commute for many people in the bay area. they are protesting the most recent bart police officer shooting that happened last week at the san francisco civic center station. dan kerman is there with the latest. >> this civic center station is closed right now for both muni service as well as bart service. trains are not even stopping at this station. they're going straight onto powell or bad s. -- invevan ness. protesters became loud and a vocal. some of the protesters began boarding the train and slowing down the train, pounding on the train. at a certain point, the train was delayed from leaving because of
all of the protesters. >> one protester tried to get on top of the train. police eventually stepped in and then the train was allowed to pull off. police at other stations at this point are making the presence of wear. protesters have gotten onto the trains and going to various stations throughout san francisco and the east bay. there is a police presence not just here at the civic center station, we are also told there is a police presence at powell street, possibly montgomery and embarcadero as well. the bottom- line is, protesters are protesting last sunday's
shooting. they have disrupted bart service and shut down the civic center station. there are calling for bart to be disbanded or at least bart officers to be disarmed in the wake of that sunday shooting. again, the civic center station as close to both bart and unique. i am dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> a check on traffic. this is the bay bridge toll plaza, heavy in both stay tuned.
>> emergency crews and russia have mounted a larger rescue operation after a cruise ship sank. officials confirm at least 58 people killed after the boat went down about 40 mi. east of moscow. 84 people have been rescued. dozens are still missing. because of the disaster is still under investigation. in
cyprus, at least 12 soldiers killed during an explosion on the naval base on the southern part of the island. 30 others ran injured in the blast. the explosion was the result of ammunition catching fire on board a cargo ship. officials still do not know what caused the blaze. in japan, there were five couples who suffered in the march 11th earthquake and tsunami got married at an aquarium on sunday. 100 relatives and friends gathered to celebrate the marriage of the five couples from their disaster hit areas. how a couple's said vows and exchanged wedding rings. they were warmly congratulated by everyone including a show by the dolphins. >> a look at our extended forecast, a cool and foggy forecast through the rest of the work week and then warming up over the weekend. a full forecast coming up in a bit.
>> the white house and congressional leaders continue negotiations on the debt ceilings. tomahawks and a solution are necessary to avoid embarrassing default. >> with the clock ticking on a deadline to raise the nation's debt limit, president obama held another meeting with key congressional players. the president told reporters he will not leave the negotiating table until both sides come to resolution even if that means sacrificing some key points from each party. >> " i am prepared to take on significant heat from my party to get something done. i expect that the other side should be willing to do the same vein if they mean what they say. >> with democrats are were about to meet has two atomic programs like social security. republicans are pushing for more spending cuts among other differences. house speaker john
boehner said there is a long way to go. >> the president and i do not agree on his view that the government needs more revenue for higher taxes. the president and i also disagree on the extent of the entitlement problem and what is necessary in order to solve it. >> the failure to push the country's 14.3 trillion dollar debt ceiling high your could be a national default on august 2nd. the treasury department says the economic consequences could be devastating for the u.s. on the global economic stage and send a shock waves through the world's markets. if a short-term fix like a 30, 60 or 90 day extension is not an option. >> financial analyst robert black is joining us to talk about the debt ceiling issue. about two and a half weeks until the august 2nd deadline. the nations that own -- the
nations that colonus money, are they worried? >> yes. >> right now the united states pays 405 on every dollar, that might go up? yeah >> us. we have world trillions of dollars. that is okay because we have to borrow them at a lower cost. we ruin our credit rating it will be at a higher republicans do not want tax increases. fifth is pretty ugly. >> does this have an effect on the general public? >> it does not. they do not feel at peace, the general public may
pay more in taxes to service debt in the future. >> will down the road? >> absolutely. >> do you think it will come together for a deal? >> is think there will be an 11th-hour compromise. >> cool is going to blink? >> i think the republicans on this one. >> we will see what happens. robert black will be with us later. we will be right back periods >> a live look outside from the roof camera this afternoon, the fog is still over the city. we are soft and in san francisco and oakland. a look at our satellite picture, you can sea fog into oakland and hayward. up and down the coastline, fall is known to be a big issue. can into the 7:00 p.m. hour, fog into our inland valleys. it is all over the place. in the later morning, oakland, hayward and
down the peninsula as well as mill valley and san rafael. let's look at temperatures around the bay area, tomorrow we will stay on the cool side. '60s and '70s. here are high temperatures for tomorrow. coast to a clothesline -- close to the clothesline, dense fog and drizzle. the valley is well below average for this time of year. we are about 15 degrees below where we should be. in the south bay, '60s and '70s. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay forecast. foggy and cool weather throughout the entire week. drizzle coast hocke--
drizzled close to the coastline. warmer temperatures as we head into next week. >> actress mila kuni,s a month ago a u.s. marine in afghanistan posted this video on the youtube asking her out. the actress did accept the invitation. pay part of a movie history winds up in flames, firefighters faced some intense flames in portland oregon. a fire burned through
the roof and did extensive damage to the second floor to this in featured in the first twilight zone. here is a look at pictures posted on this purpose. owners say they will not be able to repair this on its own. on sunday, david beckham announced that his wife gave birth to their fourth child and first daughter, harper. the post received more than 11,000 comments. over the weekend, transformer's held the no. 1 spot for a second week in a row. it in second place was a horrible bosses and opening at no.3 was zookeeper with 21 million. >> hi here is a programming note to tell you about for this friday. we will be right back.
>> or the dow jones and nasdaq for all down today. wall street was not happy. european problems with debt as well. and we're going to talk about winners and losers. transformers. people love this movie. >> what is good for transformers is good for mattel, imax, the highest grossing movie in the united states, 61 million. it is closing in on paris of the caribbean. -- pirates of the caribbean. 3d movies have been given a bad rap but this is one that will then be around for quite a while. >> zookeeper? product >> is important. kevin james was
thought to be the funny man go to kind of guy. his last movie was a big success, this was a massive default. >> another loser, fiscal makeup about 5000 jobs? >> they are getting ready to report second quarter earnings. i think the lease is a division -- lynksis division is going to be cut. another >> loser today >> $2.8 million is what that money would be worth. there is no bigger loser today. opera porgy thousand jerseys worth a good amount of money $2.8
million. a >> he was doing something out of the goodness of his heart. >> he could have helped solve cancer, for selling them all. the ball would have been worth about two and a $50,000, invested that would be about 2.8 million by the time he retired. >> another winner today, one- third of american adults owns a smart phones. >> this is winners and losers. smart phones, people use them on the road and get killed, that is a loser. the winners are renewable and apple, the operating systems for the smart phones. -- and the winners are google and apple. 35 percent of americans are on a smaller fund. that is a long way from 10 years ago. >> more people are using their smart phones to go on line and do everything. they are not even using a laptop. they will be even more important in the future. >> another loser, microsoft.
>> kron 4 is on top of a developing story. a protest against bart gets rowdy. one protester is trying to climb on top of a train. this was seen earlier at the civic center in san francisco, the same station where a man was shot and killed by a bart police officer last sunday. dan kerman is alive with the latest. >> i am a top of the civic center bart station. it is closed. there are no trains stopping, neither muni or barge. no one is allowed in. everyone has been cleared out. let me show you what happens. the protest began quietly but about five minutes after 5:00 p.m. the crowd grew to well over 500 someone tried to climb on top
of the train. protesters and boarded the train, pounding on the train into the train was stopped in the civic center for a good 15 minutes. at a certain point there was a show of police force. protesters back off. those that were on the train stayed on the train. there was enough of a police presence that at that point people were able to let the train go and the train moved out. at that point, more police moved in and shut down the civic center station. protesters say this is about the shooting. enough is enough into things and bart have to change. >> the police have yet again killed one more innocent person that they could have dealt with in another way. we are here today to demand the disarmament of the bart police, to demand that they cease to exist in their duties be transferred over to a more responsible organization. >> bart says that the close to the civic center station for safety reasons. protesters of no regard for the elderly, those
that are ill or old people who came to the station to get where they needed to go. right now if you want to board bart you have to walk to the powell street station. bart officials say that they cannot run strains through the station and stop them with protesters trying to get on top of the moving trains. that is why this station was closed. again, at this point we can tell you that there is police activity as well as protestor activity in other stations, as we said, protesters and boarded trains, they have been getting on and off at various stations in passing out fliers speaking about last sunday's shooting. they want bart police officers disarmed or the police disbanded. reporting live, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> which are continuing to receive dozens of comments on our face the page. our comments of the days from date who hot right this. hawker
hawker >> and we want to know what you think. do you agree or disagree? go to our kron 4 facebook fan page to read all about the police protest and lead your thoughts. >> in danger on the indians a jogging trail in pittsburgh. a teenager is recovering in hospital after being shot there. this is the second shooting victim in less than one >> east bay regional park police investigators say the shooting happened sunday night. a 14 year-old boy was shot just before midnight after the 10:00 p.m. curfew. the 14 year-old and his 16 year-old friend had been drinking alcohol and firing what turned out to be a stolen
handgun into the ear while walking up the trail crossing at real road avenue when the teenager is reached this location. park police say it was an accidental shooting. there are no plating sources of any kind. very dark. one resident says the shooting illustrates just how dangerous the trail can >> it is definitely dangerous at night. >> this is the third shooting along the trail. police say the recent incidents are not connected no or are they random acts. the victims' a new the shooters in each case. >> as a noble county sheriff's office is trying to determine what caused the death of a 14 year old girl. police were called to a home in santa rosa
where the girl was found dead. there were three other girls sleeping over when they all became ill. they thought that it was food poisoning that it was later determined to the girls had been drinking alcohol. police are awaiting a toxicology report to determine if any additional substances were in the drinks that the girls were sharing. a san francisco woman accused of stealing more than $100,000 from renters miss another court appearance. great to marie smith was arrested last year for accepting deposit money from 14 people who were trying to rent an apartment on california street. according to police smith would then disappear with the money without turning over the keys. she has missed three court appearances so far. a $200,000 arrest warrant has been issued. >> the attorney for the man accused of stealing a picasso sketch out of a gallery in downtown san francisco says that his client will plead not to guilty. the agreement in the case was delayed from today until friday. rjr stone was in
court and has more on what happened and what was said. >> this is mark lugo, the man accused of stealing a picasso sketch last week from the weinstein gallery. monday he was in court-his beard. >> no one is dead, no one has been insulted, this is not a crime of the century. >> his newly appointed defense lawyers spoke out against the charges saying that his client will plead not guilty and he will seek to lower the five million-dollar bail that has been set. >> given the recent problem odds, i believe the sketch is more color to the weinstein gallery this week than last week. >> the arraignment has been delayed until later this week. his lawyer is no stranger to the public eye. he represented a man who sucker punched and killed another man outside giants stadium three years ago. in that case it was a plea-bargain and his client did less than one year in jail. friday he said off-camera that this case has been blown way out of
proportion. when i followed up with him today, he told me his client will not be making any statements. reporting in san francisco, and j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> chris a live look outside from the mt. tam cam. take a look of the fog rolling in hook. we have been seeing faults throughout the day, stubborn to clear. this temperatures are a lot cooler today because of the sea breeze, the wind and fog blanketing the coastline. 10 barges in the '50s and '60s. upper 60's and low 70's in the valley. here is what you can expect tonight into tomorrow.
>> the media empire of or rupert murdoch's basic phone hacking allegations. politicians, celebrities and royals are learning of attacks on their privacy. the list of possible victims' is growing. today brought new revelations that the news of the world abroad to members of the royal protection service to get queen elizabeth's private phone number. they tried to bribe york police to get access to the phones of 911 victims'. charles and camilla or warned that their voice mail may have been had. allegations of
illegal hacking now go far beyond the news of the world to other papers owned by rupert murdoch. former prime minister brown says the sunday times gained access to his youngest son's confidential medical records and it revealed that the boy was suffering from cystic fibrosis even before his parents were given a confirmed diagnosis. brown's successor tony blair had this reaction. >> i think what has shocked the british people has been the absence of basic standards in the way things are done. >> 3 informal employees were arrested on friday. former editor rebecca brooks is expected to be questioned by police about messages deleted from a murdered teenagers fun. >> if she had a shred of decency she would have resigned if only because the phone was tapped in her family was led to believe that she was still alive. >> the mother and sister of the murder team met with british lawmakers today. they said they
are still waiting to hear from the newspaper. >> there has not been an apology. >> and murdoch arrived in london on sunday and says brooks was now the ceo of news international is now the priority. the $12 billion bid for british broadcaster is now in jeopardy. the legal aftershocks are also reaching this company. james murdoch could face prosecution under american law for violating the foreign corrupt practices act. in the papers downfall is being hailed by some of the targets of as much reading. george michael was among them tweeting closing news of the world is a fantastic day for britain. we have a programming note to tell you about, this friday, kron will air nbc programming beginning at 8:00 p.m..
>> a civil suit against arnold schwarzenegger is under way. the family said that arnold schwarzenegger violated their constitutional rights after or failing to inform them that he reduced the sentence of a man who killed a woman. they say that his sentence was reduced because he was the son of a family friend. >> we hold a different course setting that people will see the facts for what they are. >> a judge sentenced him to 16 years in jail and then, this politician got together with another politician and overruled and reduced the sentence. >> the family is now fighting to have the full 16 years sentence reinstated. they also want the
state to stop allowing governors and to reduce sentences. a schwarzenegger previously said the sentence was too harsh. jaycee lee dugard, the woman held captive in is antioch, for more than 18 years and breaks her silence after the first time. this comes as her memoir which is being released tomorrow has already been rented # one on amazon.com. in an interview with diane sawyer dugard provides graphic details of her abuse. terisa estacio reports, she explains why she is speaking out now. >> jaycee lee dugard said she did not know where she was a while being held hostage in this is not, after being kidnapped at 11 years old. as the years went by she says us to look for real prevented her from trying to break free by threatening to sell her. >> the unknown. that was more terrifying than what i knew.
after i was able to get used to things, it was the unknown that was more terrifying. >> jaycee says after years of being raped almost daily, at age 14 she became pregnant. cologne, in the compound she went into labor on and did not know what to do. phillip garrido finally came in, gave her codeine and helped deliver a baby girl. >> she was beautiful. i felt like i was not alone anymore. >> several years later, jaycee gave birth to another daughter. she said she promised them that they would protect she -- promised them that she would protect them from phillip garrido. she taught them that and social studies despite having only a fifth grade education. when asked how she kept her sanity in why speak out now, dugards says she always had hope that someday she would see
her mother again. she wants other victims' to not feel ashamed about sexual abuse. terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> new details on the military ban on openly gay members, a federal appeals court ordered the government to state whether or not it will defend skin don't ask don't tell in court. the new order comes less than one week after an appeals court order the obamas administration to immediately stop enforcing the ban. how the justice department has been defending the policy while also working to have >> we have had thought of to the afternoon, this is a pattern for the next several days. the afternoon will be cool and
breezy. that is a system to the north to keeping the winds in the forecast. that will bring us six fob and cooler temperatures. if widespread fog expected into the north bay. and no matter where you are you'll see fall in your morning to me. we are 15-20 degrees below where we should be. temperatures
injuries, others were treated for heat exhaustion. take a look at this card covering the tour de france. the car bombs into that bicycle rider. the car hit the person in the front, he goes face first into the pavement. according to another person fell into a bar and wire fence. both men escaped without serious injuries, amazingly. robotic world cup in istanbul, turkey. teams from all over the world have been competing in the matches. they pitched robots of various sizes against one another. the united states did pretty well. a team from virginia tech, one in two different divisions. there were three big alliance harper in
>> here at civic center station, a protest shut down the station. let me show you some video. demonstrators were protesting this shooting from last sunday were a man was shot and killed by bart police officers. after 5:00 p.m. the crowd grew to over 100 people, someone tried to climb on top of the train. bart shut down the civic center station for bart and muni. at this point, people are having to get down to powell street to get on bart up and muni trains. at this point, we
are being told as of this hour that people are now being able to get off at 6 center station although we have not seen that happen for ourselves. bart officials are now saying that you are able to exit at civic center station. there is a big police presence at several other stations including powell and embarcadero. protesters aborted its trains at those stations as well handing out fliers in regards to that shooting. civic center station was shut down, people cannot board at this location but trains are stopping for people to get off at this location. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> here in the delta of trail in pittsburgh, an accidental shooting injures a 14 year-old man walking along the trail with a 16 year-old friend fleet sunday before midnight. park police say the two young men had been drinking alcohol and firing a weapon in the air as they were
walking along the trail. was reported stolen recently from a home here in pittsburgh. >> in santa rosa, a 14 year-old girl hosting a slumber party with three friends was found dead by her mother and stepfather. police believe the girls were drinking vodka mixed with a soda. two of the girls were found a bomb in the night before. the victims' mother thought it was food poisoning. police will not have an official cause of death for at least two weeks as they are awaiting the results of toxicology reports. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> jaycee dugard, the young woman show right here who was held captive in an antioch home for more than 18 years and weighed almost daily is speaking out for the first time about her horrific ordeal. in an interview with abc's diane sawyer, dugard talks about how
garrido threatened to sell her if she tried to break free and she is speaking out as well as writing a memoir to help other victims of sexual abuse. terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> here in the santa cruz mountains, one man's trash is another man's treasure. he was on the cable show quarters. taylor says he is not a quarter and all of the assorted materials on his property are not john, there are resources, in his words. he says the program orders helped arrange for him to get some of these and the items off of his property. pour in boulder creek, rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> or the man who attempted to steal a picasso drawing, mark lugo, investigators believe he walked into the weinstein gallery last week and stole a picasso sketch. today, the rain
it was delayed until friday but the attorney for lugo says that he will plead not guilty. they also downplayed the severity of this crime. arraignment in this case is set for 9:00 a.m. friday morning. rjr stone, kron 4 news. >> in san jose, the search for a missing of assisting boy ends in the stanford and the valley. after an all-day search police discovered jesus garza got onto a bus headed to san jose. when it was discovered that he was on the bus bars i had already made it to the san fernando valley. family members say they do not know why he was trying to go down there but may have been trying to go to hollywood or disneyland. >> the national debt continues to climb. it is reaching a point that could mean a financial fiasco for the nation. this is
the national debt clock ticking away as the deadline approaches. the treasury department says the deadline is august 2nd. after that, the u.s. government will not be able to borrow any more money which in turn means it will not be able to pay for federal programs. it also means that we could see higher interest rates on all types of lending from home loans to credit cards. also, foreign investors could lose confidence in america's economy which could lead to a negative impact on global economy. here is what is being done about the nation's debt. i >> with the clock ticking on the deadline to raise the nation's debt limit, president obama held another white house meeting with key congressional players. earlier, the president told reporters that he would not leave the negotiating table until both sides come to their resolution, even if that meant sacrificing some of each party's key points. >> i am prepared to take on significant heat from my party to get something done. i expect
that the other side should be doing the same thing if they mean what they say. >> democrats are worried about too many cuts to an entitlement programs like medicaid, medicare and social security. republicans are pushing for more spending cuts among other differences. heading into monday's meeting john boehner signaled that there is still a long way to go. >> the president and i do not agree on his view that the government needs more revenue for higher taxes and job creators. the president and i also disagree on the extent of the entitlement problem and what is necessary in order to solve it. >> the failure to push the country's 14.2 trillion dollars ceiling higher could mean a national default on august 2nd. the treasury department says the economic consequences of that could be devastating to the united states on a global economic stage in and send a shock wave through the world's markets. the president said on monday a short-term fix like a 30, 60 or 90 day extension is
not an option. in washington, kron 4 news. >> host our big what our story tonight is the fog. take a look at our satellite picture. over oakland and hayward. also, down the peninsula and coastline, we are socked in with fog. tomorrow morning, widespread fog throughout the bay area. later on in the morning the fog will push back to oakland. a look at temperatures tomorrow, on the cooler side. 60's in 70's. a look at your extended forecasts. the cool fog and weather will stay with us to the end of the work week. warmer weather on tap
>> a second bart station is being affected because of protesters. this one is at sixteenth and mission. the protest started at the san francisco's civic center station. the crowds got rowdy. with a person tried to climb on to the trained. these people are protesting the shooting last week where a bart police officer fatally shot a man of outside the civic center. we have a crew on the way to the sixteenth street bart station which is a latest station to be affected. we will update you once we can.
i am grant lotus, kron 4 news. >> police are searching for a man who jumped over a cents and into the art of highly varied. police say one of her employees confronted the intruder. the suspect allegedly told the staff for that he was there to see someone and then >> milacron is accepted an invitation to the marine corps ball. she told comedian that she would attend the event. the marines posted deep as video on youtube last month asking the actress to be his
>> it injured weaver home against cochran to the phillies ace or. yesterday it was all about the giants paul blows and the ball. he will appear in tomorrow's all-star game. but she gave a wake-up call with the news. he will be the fifth giant and the first position clear with the giants since matt williams in '96. this river is awfully proud to lead this bunch.
>> it is an honor to be here with the best players in the world. as i was flying in here, you still think about it. this is a premier event in all sports. i consider myself fortunate to be here in the manage these great players. i am very honored to be here. >> the american league will be without alex rodriguez. the yankees will be without him for the next four-six weeks after he had surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee. he should be fine by the playoffs. a rod turns 36 later this month. he hurt his knee back on june 19th inning game against the cubs. we're and dear to her was the first yankee to hit 3000. it happens all over the weekend. has been saying it is
not a big deal and then, he finally hit it. let's have a listen to what happened on saturday. >> deep to left field. 3000! history with an exclamation point. what a way to join in the 3000 hit club. dear reader has done it in grand style. >> a home runs and hit 3000. he had five kids that they including a game-winning and double. the luckiest man who got that ball received 4 ring key tickets for the rest of the season and some autographs. way to go for dairy dieter. he is skipping the all-star game tamara. the nfl locked out, it looks like we are getting kind of clothes. july
stocks that is just 10 days away. both sides agree that the players will get 40 percent of the nearly $10 billion in revenue in to the owners will get 52 percent. green and colorado springs and a lot of it. the lpga close to business on a monday. out to colorado we go. a three hole playoff. pocket rio winds and u.s. open, she is the fifth south korean in the third youngest to win the event overall. when we come back, the u.s. world cup team took its time, you might say. a
lot of time, of to the eleventh hour, you might say. they rallied against brazil. we cannot think of a better person to talk to about this hot car then allan wagner. 2 gold medals, a part of 2 world cup teams. are you ready to go? >> i believe so. >> come on back and we will break it down. alley wagner in a moment. i want to crush more cars.
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hundred second minute. there is locathe goal, that was the difference as the united states each eliminated brazil in a come-from-behind fashion. rare allie wagner i would you think? >> you never think that the united states is out of it until the final whistle blows. brazil lost their end of the game matched tactics. they made a
couple of mistakes in the united states pressed. there are a man down, they pressed and pressed and came up with huge moment. have >> and then on the brink of elimination and gone through that, but like in the nfl,, is its white smooth sailing from here? >> it is interesting that you say that. this next game is possibly the most dangerous game for us against france. that is because you are on such a high after that victory from brazil.