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truck they believed was involved in the crash where the nine year-old boy was walking on mission street with his family. the driver was going the wrong way on new montgomery hitting the boy. the driver did not stop, collided with three other vehicles and then drove off. the family was here from philadelphia going to the giants and phillies game. jackie sissel is live on the scene as san francisco general hospital. he has been following the story. give us an update on the boy's condition. >> i am here as san francisco general. this is where the nine year-old was brought last night. he is still inside 7 cisco general. will tran just spoke with the parents of the nine year-old. fifth they say he is still unconscious in the situation is touch and go. we will have sound from the parents shortly. the boy was walking in
front of them in the crosswalk when the accident happened. we will get their reaction shortly. >> we will check back with you in a little bit, jackie. >> all eyes of wall street, the dow turned up 130 points right out of the gate, now turning- down 28. the reason for the comeback after yesterday's drop was the july jobs report that came out at 5:30 a.m.. it was better than analysts expected. employers in july added one under 17,000 jobs to the u.s. economy. the national unemployment rate dropped from 9.2 to 9.1%. a big improvement from june when the economy had only 18,000 jobs. at least 125,000 jobs need to be added every month to keep up with
population growth. we are following the latest in the rise and fall of the doubt. we are joined by david calloway. good morning. it seems that maybe when investors dove into the actual numbers and took a closer look at the unemployment report, we see a change? >> it was a bit more technical than that. obviously a lot of people were predicting a good report. what happened is, the big institutions sold into it. this is not the type of trend in the market that will be offset by one admittedly weak job number, the economy still looks terrible. 117 was better than expected but still lower than 125 that we need to keep up with population growth. no one has changed their mind about the
fact that the economy continues to weaken. >> is this a hold on for the roller-coaster ride? >> i think so. out of 10 days, nine days the market fell. there will be some sort of relief rally perhaps next week and maybe we will get some good news out of europe. i would not think it is going to go straight up from here. as we will have a ball of style and a weaker august. when we get into the fall and we will see if we can sustain any sort of recovery. otherwise it will be like we saw and to those made with six down months in a row. >> we are in a situation where it seems that most companies are doing fairly well and is sitting on large amounts of cash. does the health of companies way into this at all?
>> the earning numbers have been good. what is hurting the market is the outlook that is coming from company executives when they have conference calls. >> they are doing well but not helping the economy. they're hurting the economy by firing people. >> they are not doing well enough to start hiring. they're doing well by cutting jobs. that is not what we need right now. a >> david kelly, the key for your time. editor and chief of market
>> what are we in for this weekend? >> a nice, mild weekend. decent, warm temperatures. right now we're dealing with fall. here's a live look out of mt. tam. a blanket of marine layer moving through. today will be a little warmer than yesterday. this weekend temperatures will stay on the cool side. cooler than we should be in august but plenty comfortable. next week mild weather will continue with a slight warm-up anticipated by the middle of next week. here's a quick look at the fall on the satellite. it is bay area wide. we expected the fall to pull back between 9:00 a.m. and noon. spokesman where right now tartars are ok. right now, temperatures are ok. >> temperatures this afternoon
will look like this. 60s along the coast, '70s and '80s for the remainder of the day. brentwood will be one of those areas above 85, but no one in the '90s. nice and mild. it will stay that way as we head into the weekend and into next week. 7 06 a.m., we will take a quick break and be back with more in a moment.
happening right now is a probation hearing for casey anthony on a prior check fraud conviction. anthony is not there. let's go live to orlando. the judge has sentenced anthony back in january to douse a 10 vacation after she pleaded guilty to using checks that she stole from a friend, here is what happens, the state department of corrections in florida interpreted this to mean that anthony conserve deprivation while she was in jail awaiting trial, but the judge said that he intended deprivation to be served after her release. judge carey is the one that we're seeing in today's hearing, if he honors the probation, casey would have to return to orlando. that is the key. then, she would have to come out of hiding and serve one year of probation if she is found guilty on the check fraud conviction. i will keep you posted. >> we have new details, the
essays show down and shut down is over this morning. congress has reached a compromise to end the two week ordeal. it would cost the government about 30 million a day in uncollected airline ticket taxes for the past couple of weeks. the deal was finally reached after congress left for summer break without taking care of the agency. thousands of administrators had been with outpaces july 23rd and airport construction projects were on hold. >> her we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues. a nine year-old boys struck by a hit-and-run driver is in the hospital this morning. we will have the very latest an exclusive interview with the boy's parents right after debris. phew * prepare an arc
san francisco, the driver was going the wrong way on new montgomery and then turned on mission street, hitting the boy and colliding with three other vehicles. the boy and his family were visiting from philadelphia and had just attended the giants and phillies game. will tran has an update on the boy's condition. it is an interview that you will see only on kron 4. >> the little boy's name is ryan. his parents say he is still unconscious and they still have to do more tests. obviously they are still shaken by this. the mother could not even talk to me on camera. i did get a chance to speak to his father. here is what he had to say in an exclusive interview. >> were walking from the giants came back to our hotel. we heard a screeching on the street.
>> he had several cars before he hit our son? >> he hit the first car, he was about to the second car, he hit my son. >> was your son in front of you in the crosswalk? >> i believe was beside us. >> the man did not stop. what went through your mind? >> i want my son to be all right. that is all i cared about. >> it has been a long night for you, how're you guys doing? what is the latest update on your son? >> it has been up and down. faug >> they were of a hospital all night and had no idea that hayward police made the arrest. they say that they feel a little bit better but that are not really thinking about it, all they're thinking about is their
son. >> we want to go to james and take a look at the weather >> walnut creek we are beginning to see some of the cloud cover. right now in walnut creek the temperature is 58 degrees, 76 by noon. a few other and in the east bay locations, antioch will be 85 and sunny. let's take a quick look at where we are seeing not just the seven day will begin for mild temperatures to continue to the weekend. and lids temperatures are not getting out of the mid '80s. we dropped a little bit as we head into sunday. and drizzle will be a part of the forecast
throughout the weekend. look for that to be a factor. to the fog is all over the bay area. it will pull back by noontime. widespread clearing this afternoon from noon on. the current charges right now, a mid-upper 50s. in the south bay, here are your current temperatures. around the immediate bay, 70's. i will show you the 7 day forecast one more time. but let's get a check on
traffic. >> mild is the way to describe the commute. the bay area bridges look good. we are not tracking any hot spots for the driver on the bay. public transit is quiet. on the bay bridge, the westbound ride is light traffic. the metering lights were activated in the 6:00 a.m. hour, but 10 minutes later than usual. we are not looking for any delays either through the macarthur maze, from the nimitz or east shore freeway. in easy trip on the bay bridge. the san mateo bridge has been without delay and across the span a 13 minute drive. your golden gate bridge ride is a good one. you may need to use
your windshield wipers. otherwise, no delay headed towards the toll plaza or along doyle drive. >> police say a woman was stabbed to death in san jose early this morning. san jose police responded to the 4200 block of abedin drive after reports of a stab at around 2:30 a.m.. when officers arrived they found the man in the area. the suspect was a 40 year-old man. the the woman was pronounced dead. >> new details on a los gatos woman accused of having sex with her sons 16 year-old friend. sarah cole was acquitted of two felony charges against her yesterday,, but she was convicted of a lesser charge of molesting a child. their relationship happened in may of
last year. investigators found thousands of text messages and phone calls between kohl, the 40 year-old mother and the boy, her son's friend. the jury did not believe that this to have sex. she could spend up to one year in jail and she will still have to register as a sex because the jury was hung on one of the felony charges, she could be retried. >> thousands joined the oakland police to send a message to prostitutes in john's. the police chief says it is going to take a long time, even though they are making arrests, to combat prostitution. >> you have to make an arrest, address it and treat these young ones as victims as well. you provide social services to teach them how to survive without doing prostitution. >> it is not right. it is
embarrassing. i see girls every day walking down the street in inappropriate clothing. kids are looking at this. also >> , there are two new billboards along international boulevard with the hope that the johns will see this message and make a change. >> in the national news, a jury in texas convicted polygamist leader warren jeffs of sexually assaulting children. this is video of just as he left the courtroom yesterday. the 55 rural was found guilty of having sex with two girls ages 12 and 15. just called the girl's his spiritual lives. prosecutors used the dna evidence to show that he fathered a child with the 15 year-old. the 55 year- old audience of the fundamentalist church of jesus christ of latter-day saints which believes in london. prosecutors want to go to jail for life. >> thousands of teachers in the jury have another task before
the new school year begins. they have to comply with a new state law that limits contact with students on social networking sites like facebook. a law was proposed after investigation found 87 teachers in misery have lost licenses between 2001-2005 because of sexual misconduct, some of which involve exchanging explicit online messages with students. >> we are falling live pictures into the kron 4 newsroom as nasa plans to do a space launch in about one hour. the window starts at 8:30 a.m. our time. the spacecraft is expected to arrive in jupiter into dozens 16. the mission will investigate the gas of giant organism structures, the atmosphere and a lot of things. but is a color camera and will provide close-up images of jupiter including the first detailed views of the planets holes. we will carry the launch live coming up at 8:30 a.m.. >> we will be back with more in
extends the administration's operating authority until mid september. >> new this morning, video out of syria. tanks are rolling down the street and reports the security forces are opening fire on protesters killing at least for as tens of thousands of people poured into the streets chanting for the fall of president asad. reports in her mod say that hundreds of people have been killed. the u.s. security council is condemning attacks on protesters and calling to an end for the fight. a quick break into the kron 4 morning news will return in two minutes.
yesterday's 514 point drop. the dow was up 30 points out of the gate and then we went-down 50 and now we are up 34. we'll keep following the latest on wall street throughout the morning. >> new this morning, a man is in custody after police say he is the one that struck a nine year- old boy in the streets of san francisco. the boy was walking with his parents after watching the phillies and giants played. this is the vehicle the believe hit the nine year-old boy. there they are making the rest of the driver. it turns out that the car and driver were spotted in hayward after the crash in san francisco, after leaving the scene. as this happens on mission street, the driver was going the wrong way on the montgomery and turned on to a mission where he ran into the boy, he did not stop, collided with three vehicles and kept
going. the driver was apprehended. the boy and his family were here from philadelphia to see the phillies and the giants play. after the game is when the accident happened. will tran was at the hospital this morning. that is where we join him now. he spoke with the parents who were obviously thought they're coming to san francisco for a game and is now in the emergency room praying for their son. what did they have >> to >> they say that their son is still unconscious. they have to do more testing. it is very touch and go. obviously a very long night. here is a video of them in the hospital lobby at around 5:30 a.m.. they came down, still, life goes on. they were looking for a newspaper, any information on the case. obviously they were very rattled. the woman did not even want to speak with me. i did get a chance to speak with a boy's father. here is a story that you only see on kron 4. >> we were walking back to our hotel after the game and we had
gotten to the intersection, we were crossing with the light, a car came screeching out of the street, he had one car, careened over into the second car and that was where my son was and that car continue down the street, i understand he did several other cars and drove away. they will do more tests and we're waiting for results. it will be a while before we know. >> while they wait for more testing, four more reports from the doctor, i did get a chance to bring them a little bit of good news, i told them that late last night they were a police department made the arrest on the hit and run driver. they said that was good to know, but obviously all they're thinking about right now is their son. coming up at 8:00 a.m., more sound from my exclusive interview with the boy's father. >> an update on the salmonella poisoning cases that have been breaking out across the country connected to ground turkey, the
cdc says the bacteria traced to the current ground turkey recall is more resistant than usual antibiotics. that is causing more people to be hospitalized. in this recall, one quarter of the nearly 80 people diagnosed with salmonella poisoning after being taken to hospital and one person died from eating the ground turkey that has been traced back to the ground turkey. >> to the post office just said that loss $3.1 million for the three month period between april and june. that brings losses for the year to about $6 billion. they could be forced to default on payments to the federal government by the end of this fiscal year. in las pipa are using private mail and paying their bills by the internet. there has been a huge reduction in the volume of mail. it is down and 1 billion pieces of mail from this time last year. that is now having an impact on
the post office is bottom line. >> we have a live look at the bay bridge approach. " in the east bay hills, you can see below cloud cover. this is the scene even on the other side, the marine layer filtering into the san ramon valley. fog tracker 4 predicts at 9:00 a.m., there is really not much movement in the fall. from 9:00 a.m.-noon that is when we expect the clock to pull back. guffaw will hang or most of the coast and then pushed back in. here are your current orders.-- temperatures.
little girl into a burkhart, she was right in front of her home. she ran inside the home and told relatives. a white honda to door with a black roof is the vehicle he was described >> the robbers may be driving a black lexus for satanisaddam,asn businesses. >> is about one of the firefighters are out there fighting fires in contra costa county. there were no homes destroyed, but there were several small buildings that were burned down. all five fighters were adjacent to
pa >> to the way i understand the deal, the coach played with this guy's father in college in michigan. and there is little connection there. they are giving the 49ers something they don't have. a guide that can go for the deep pass. >> it seems like a good deal, like it is good for the 49ers. he is a good player. we will cpb aids. >> ps is better than anything else they have.
>> sean avery from the nhl. but said he has been arrested, he was having a party, the cops came, and he pushed the cop and slammed the door in thihis face >> but he is such a good hockey player. >> you can do no wrong. [laughter] >> you get used a preference for treatment. it you get in trouble, they get you out to make sure you are ready to play the next game. that is the
>> the art toff, sport guides and then, they can be sweet like this. i look with kim kardashian and humphries. how is his image going to survive this wedding? he is already being toted around like an accessory. >> and if you are short on cash, you need something to keep making your house payments, go ahead, sold your soul. when you have albany in the world like a family does now, take your foot off the pedal a little >> there is going to be a for our special that will go over two nights. it is called a fairy tale wedding. he signed up for.
>> i cannot emphasize this enough, everyone does things for money sometimes, but if you have all her, would you want to say this is one day i want to keep with my love for one's and myself. >> not yet. forms has an estimate that up to the wedding on its cost 10 million, but it will be paid for. >> it can you imagine, you may know kissed the bride. do it again, we missed the shot. [laughter] >> > the stock market is a little better today. ops >> much better
>> we were following the casey anthony probationary period just ended and the judge presiding whether or not she should serve probation for the check fraud. judge building. describes the case as a mess before saying that he needs more time to research whether or not anthony will have to return to orlando to report to a probation office. " casey anthony drama continues >> new this morning, nasa is getting ready to launch a new solar powered spacecraft all the way to jupiter. the robotic explorers named gino is set to lift off at 8:30 a.m.. a half- hour
it will take five years to reach jupiter. >> good thing there is no one on board. >> jupiter is believed to be the oldest planet in the solar system. astronomers are hoping they can discover the recipe for making it plans by reaching to. >> there could also be water on mars. as the finger like spots on these painters appear in the warm months and stayed during the cold months. they suggest flowing water on mars. approach >> 7:57 a.m.. we are back with more in a couple of minutes. ♪
nine year-old boy. he and his family were here for the giants and the phillies game. there were visiting from philadelphia. will tran is live at the hospital with more. >> this was a difficult interview. they said that their son was still unconscious. here is video that i got of the parents when i saw the downstairs lobby. they went from euphoria, the phillies had beaten the giants, they were a couple blocks away from their hotel when all the sudden a vehicle careened out of nowhere and slammed into their son. the father said he was next to the little boy. there were reports that he was in front of the father. here is mr. white talking about his son. >> we were walking from the giants came back to our hotel. we have got into an intersection we're crossing the street. the
car came screeching down the street, it hit one car and careened over into the second vehicle, that is where my son was and then the car continue down the street, i understand he had several other cars and drove away. >> the fact is, he did not stop. what went through your mind? >> to what my son to be all right. >> i did break the news that the hayward police department made an arrest in the case. both parents sort of smiled, a little bit of a happy moment for them but they said they were not really worry about that, that their life was all this is a focus on their son. much more from the father coming up at 8:30 a.m.. this >> everyone's hearts go out to this family visiting for the ball game and now in the hospital, it is horrible. >> new this morning, a man is in custody after stabbing a woman
to death in a san jose apartment. police responded to the 4200 block of albany drive after reports came to them of the stabbing around 2:30 a.m.. officers found the man in the area and arrested him. the woman was pronounced dead at the scene. all eyes on wall street after the dow dropped five of the 13 points yesterday. we had a great jobs report, the dow was up 130 right out of the gate and falling back down 63. let's talk about the numbers from the july report, better than expected. employers added 117,000 jobs last month. the national unemployment rate dropped from 9.2 down to 9.1%. this is a big improvement from june when the economy only added 18,000 jobs. the problem is the economy has to add 125-one of the did thousand jobs a month to keep up with population growth. -- the economy has added one to 25,000-150,000 jobs a month to
keep up with population growth. >> john edwards must repay more than $2 million to the u.s. treasury. the audit came out and said that his campaign understated the amount of cash that it had on hand and overstated its expenses. the campaign committee has 90 days to make the pavement or 60 days to ask for a review. we're going live to washington dc. president obama will be discussing the administration's working to prepare a veteran center back into the workforce. the president will ask congress to take steps when aimed at helping them find work and include tax credits for companies that hire out of work veterans. this is supposed to start any time and what it says will bring you the conference live. >> we know what james is going to talk about, we have clouds,
fog and hoping for some time later. >> it will happen. it is tough to believe that when you look at the golden gate bridge. his walnut creek will see clearing much sooner than that. we have a low clouds. by 9:00 a.m. at walnut creek will clear. temperatures will be mild and warmer than yesterday. inland spots will be in the low- eighties. the upper 80s and a few select places. that is what we have to look forward to this afternoon. 9:00 a.m. of fog in lands as far as one of crete. partly cloudy skies are what we are forecasting for much of the
bay area. the fog will push back in by 5:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. and then go bay area wide by 11:00 p.m.. right after rogers are mild. as we look at this afternoon, this is how the temperature chart will look. '70s and '80s for most of the bay. hawker into the delta, the livermore valley and morgan hill, temperatures will be right around the mid to potential of for eighties. those will be the warmer areas. 90 degree weather will stay out of the central valley. your 7 day forecast will stay mild and continue on with drizzle in the morning and fall in the morning. today, tomorrow
and sunday. on monday, some slight warming on tap beginning. nonetheless, a great with the weather ahead as we work our way through august. let's get a check on traffic. >> we have been enjoying a good ride around the bay area. we have not tracked in the hot spots so far this morning. at the bay bridge toll plaza, the metering lights which reactivated at 6:29 a.m. have actually been turned off. that is how light the traffic is westbound. let's start our bridge check. drive times are between 9-11 minutes from the macarthur maze with no delays on the upper deck as you head westbound. for your right of the san detail bridge, 92 is a lighter than usual in both directions, to westbound and eastbound. although there is fog
on the golden gate bridge it will account for any delays. we did get word of a problem on 101, santa rosa southbound, an accident near the beaufort offramp has the chp taking traffic off the freeway and write in order to get past the cleanup operations that are under way. we will check that in our next report.
video coming out of the country showing tanks rolling down the street. security forces opened fire on protesters as have the valves of people poured into the streets across syria chanting for the fall off of the president. the military has also surrounded the city of ahmad were tanks are shelling residents killed at least one of the people. the u.n. security council has condemned the attacks on the protesters and is calling for an end to the fight. >> new this morning, there are reports that the of this side of khaddafi has been killed in a nato air strike. he was reportedly among 33 troops killed a nato strike that hit early this morning on a government operations center. nato has not confirmed to the death. he is a major commander at his father's military forces and his death will be able to the government efforts to crush the rebels. >> we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues.
the senate has approved legislation put it and to the to the partial shutdown for the faa. this clears the way for furloughed employees and airport construction projects to resume. president obama signs the bill before then. the shutdown cost the government about 30 million daily until it started about two weeks >> the post office is a saying that it could be forced to default on payments to the federal government at the end of the fiscal year because of losing money. >> the bacteria traced to the current turkey recalled for
salmonella is more resistant to antibiotics. that is causing more people to be hospitalized. in the recall nearly one-quarter of the the people came down with some little boys they were taken to hospital. one person in sacramento county actually died from e. the ground turkey that have been traced to the salmonella. >> < a look at whether as we're heading into the weekend. >> the sunshine is going to take a little while, particularly for those with a lot to coast. it is fairly fog be at cloudy of the golden gate. those conditions will clear by this >> here is where fog tracker 4
shows the fog will be by 9:00 a.m.. from 9:00 a.m.-12 noon that is how long it will take clear. it will stay along the coastline for the better part of the afternoon end start rolling again by 6:00 p.m.. by 11:00 p.m. it is widespread once again. in terms of temperatures, we are seeing some warmer temperatures in the southern portion of the bait.--bay. this afternoon our temperatures will look like this. 70's mainly throughout most of the bay and cooler along the coast, warmer inland. sex our 7 day forecast shows that we will stay mild of
the next three days. >> little look at the commute. >> or the bay area commute is doing very well. the commute for ones are what to set as a has delighted usual. at the bay bridge toll plaza i think that we can safely say as we start our bridge check, this is friday light. the metering lights were turned off in the 7:00 a.m. hour for the westbound ride, a that is how light the traffic has been. the san mateo bridge commute has been an easy ride. there are no delays on the approach and heading from the toll plaza to the high rise you will still find an easy trick
there are no problems across the span. we mentioned a problem in santa rosa, we have not been able to confirm with the chp but are not lanes were blocked but there was a report that traffic was being diverted off of the freeway and back on again. as near as we can sell all the accounting for a minute wait for the southbound ride. >> live pictures of washington d.c.. the president is quick to speak about how to get our nation's veterans back to work.
be one of the oldest shipyard in the united states. today, it is used to develop some of the most advanced technology in the military. although i hear your engineers are steered still working on a solution to the travel of the national guard plane. let me start by saying a few words about our economy. there is no doubt that this has been able to this year. we have weathered the terrible effects of oil and gas is, the japanese earthquake and tsunami effect of supply chains, the extraordinary economic uncertainty in europe and recently, markets around the globe have taken a bumpy ride. my concern right now, my singular focus has been the american people, getting the
unemployed back of the job and lifting their wages, rebuild a sense of securityy that the middle class has falsely it away and helping them recover fully from the worst recession that many of us have ever seen. today, we know about our economy created 154,000 private-sector jobs in july. that is the strongest pace since april. the unemployment rate to when doubt, not out. while this marks the seventeenth month in a row of job growth in the private sector, nearly 2.5 million private-sector jobs in all. we have to create more jobs but that each month to make up for the more that 8 million jobs that the recession cleaned. rocks we need to create a self sustaining cycle or people are
spending get companies are hiring and our economy is growing. we know that will take time. what i want the american people and our partners around the world to know is this, we are quick to get through this. things will get better at and we will get there together. the bipartisan compromise on deficit reduction was important in terms of putting us on more fiscal footing going forward. let's be honest, the process was divisive, but delayed and if we want our businesses to have the confidence to get cash off the sidelines, invest it higher, we have to do better than that. we have to be able to work together and grow the economy right now and strengthen long-term finances. that is with the american people expect, readers that aside differences to meet challenges. putting
construction worker is about to work rebuilding america. but a deal back on their feet. those are steps that we can take to make a difference. there is no contradiction between us taking steps to put people to work right now and getting our long- term fiscal problems back order. both parties sheer power. both parties share responsibility. moving our economy forward is not a republican or democratic responsibility, it is not a public or private responsibility, is the responsibility of all americans. it is in our nature
to do tough things when necessary and the right things and one called. that is the spirit that washington needs right now. it is also the kind of spirit found in the men and women who proudly served at our country's uniform and, it is a spirit that doors along after they take those uniforms of. today's veterans are americans that have done their duty. they have fought four wars with dollar for adults of vietnam to the doubles deserts' of rock and amounts of these men and women volunteer to serve even though they know it will be an arms way. you served with honor. you have performed rope we have done everything we've
>> in case you missed our big stories of the top the hour, a nine year-old boy hospitalized after being run down by a hit- and-run driver in san francisco. the driver also hit several cars but was arrested in he were this morning. a wild ride on wall street, wild swings. the dow surged 1 1/3 points did one of the and will report, now down 69. the markets are coming off the worst did since 2008. reports that gadhafi's young did son was killed in a nato airstrike, he was one of libyas best trained. more of these stories and a moment. a quick check of bay area weather and traffic. >> we have a live look from mt.
>> we are not tracking any hot spots are right now. the bay area bridges, traffic is very light. on the bay bridge toll plaza, the meter lights were turned off. potential hot spot of windsor was southbound in santa rosa. we confirmed with the chp that all lanes are open. there is no longer a problem for the southbound ride. a complete check for it. -- a complete
check on traffic coming up. >> we have spoken with the parents of the nine year-old who is a hospital after being struck by a hit-and-run driver. here is the vehicle, the driver was founded hebert after the accident in san francisco. a nine year old was hit while walking on mission street after the giants and phillies gave. he was walking with his parents, the driver was going the wrong way on in montgomery, turned on division, hit the boy, did not stop, collided with three other vehicles and drove off. will tran has been following this story from san francisco trial with the latest from >> we are still hoping to get an update from san francisco general officials. i did have a chance to speak with the parents and 5:30 a.m.. at that time they told that their son, ryan, remain dug conscious throughout the night. here is a video of
the parents with a candle to the lobby. they said the car came out of nowhere and slammed into their nine year-old son. here is an interview that i did with a father. >> we were walking back from the giants game, back to the hotel. we have got to the intersection, we were crossing at the light. we heard a vehicle screeching, it hit one car, police over into a second car, that is where my son was. he continued down the street and from what i understand it several other cars and drove >> i did let his parents know
that overnight they were police department did arrest the driver behind all of this. they said, that is good to know. obviously all they're thinking about right out is their son. the printout with ryan, and other older son and a sister-in-law. everyone is praying for him here and on facebook. we have more sound coming up at 9:00 a.m.. >> is horrible. we feel for the family. we know anything about the driver >> that was >> from what we understand, we believe he is from hayward. i called to the hayward police department and they said all the information on the case must come from the san francisco police guarded. we are still hoping to hear back from them. the driver can't of nowhere. he believes his nine
year-old was right next to him but even then he was not so certain. it is difficult to tell. hopefully we will hear from the san francisco police department. a driver going the wrong way down montgomery, crashing into cars and taking off. was there alcohol involved? i was a drug like that? you wanted it. we hope to find out and answer those questions this morning. we are back with more of a couple of minutes. box
the spacecraft that is supposed to travel to jupiter. this is a robotic explorers. it is right now at cape canaveral. the rocket will take five years to get to jupiter which is the largest planet in the solar system. how the spacecraft is powered by three huge solar panels. we hope to bring you belong to live right here on kron 4 as it happens. we will be right back. when
>> dramatic video of two gunmen opened fire in philadelphia near a courtroom. a man not testifying, it started when he criticized it will on the bus for speaking her child. she made a phone call, got off at the next stop and that the gunman fired. four of the six people charged in the incident include the mother. in texas, the jury has convicted warren jeffs of sexually assaulting children. this is video of just when you left the courtroom yesterday after being found guilty of having sex with two girls ages 12 its 15. he is 55. he called
these girls is a spiritual lives. prosecutors used the dna evidence to show that he fathered a child with a 50 year- old. he leads the fundamentalist church of jesus christ of latter-day saints which believes an apology. >> thousands of teachers in missouri have a of a task to complete before the school year begins. they have to comply with a new state law that limits their contact with students of social networking site like facebook. law was proposed after investigation found that 87 teachers in misery lost their licenses between 2001-2005 because of sexual misconduct, some of which involved exchanging explicit online messages. >> are back with more of a couple of minutes. one of the big stories is a wall street. what will happen after yesterday's pop where we erased most of the gains? but we will
take a quick look at where a expect temperatures to go this afternoon. to-3 degrees warmer today than yesterday but still well below average. a year earlier expressed interest. >> your 7 day forecast shows we will stay mild for the weekend. by tuesday or wednesday we will warm temperatures and wind and
hold. juno will hold to jupiter but once it wanted in hopes of finding out more about how planets are formed. it will take juno five years to get to jupiter we hope to bring you the launch live right here on the kron 4 morning news. >> even though there is a law that you cannot text for use hot yourself of without a handsfree device you can see all kinds of people behaving badly. >> to this woman just get a ticket for been on her cell phone. pat riley gave police along with san bruno, san mateo county sheriff's and obey police in the streets looking for people on their cell phones, distracted drivers. in six hours
a sighted 46 drivers for being on their cell phones plugged the driver of this pickup truck. >> guess what we saw >> reason statistics say that there's an increase in collisions related to distracted drivers. >> he was in a previous accord people beating that leave -- he was in a previous version of people being badly. ho >> to this driver was cited earlier. >> and this man have the fog of
his mouth while at the light.-- this man had his phone to his mouth while at a light. >> to this woman was texting while on her blackberry. she was given a unique and morning. >> promise not to ever do this again. >> have a safe afternoon. still >> soft in all, 57 tickets were issued for cell phones to seat belts. 16 other drivers were let off with a warning. in burlingame, stanley roberts, kron 4 news. >> if you have not joined the over 19,000 yours if who have already like us on facebook, you are missing out. we have the day's top stories and personalize weather forecasts. right now we're holding a giveaway to the 3d music
>> the pottermore web site is a very popular among harry potter fans. it officially opens to the public at large in october. >> i have my eye on live pictures that we're getting into the kron 4 news from of juno. we have heard from nasa that they have fixed the problem that put the lot on hold. they still lead people to get out of the way of the launch pad before they can blast off. juno will be heading to jupiter. the only have until 9:30 a.m.. they are working fast to get the problem resolved. >> new this morning, a judge
will decide whether casey of the nation's reserve provision for check fraud. he ended the hearing without a ruling. the judge described the case as a mess before saying he needs more time to research whether the of the nation returned to orlando to report to the probation office. >> as we are back in two minutes as the kron 4 morning news continues.
of july. -- the dow has dropped off 206 points. the national unemployment rate dropped from 9.2% to 9.1% in july, the community because thousands of americans simply stopped looking for work. the employment numbers are a big improvement from june. president obama spoke this morning about the state of the economy. >> while this marks the seventeenth month in a row of job growth in the private sector but, nearly 2.5 million newest jobs in all, we have to create more jobs been that each month to make up for the more than a million jobs that the recession claimed. we need to
create a self sustaining cycle where people are spending in companies are hiring into the economy is growing. we know that will take time. we are going to get through this. things will get better and will get their act together. >> , new this morning, we are following the case of a boy who was hurt and at an intersection in san francisco after the giants' game yesterday. or there was a hit-and-run accident involving the nine year-old boy. the police, founded the ago ever arrested the driver in hayward. there is a suspect being arrested. they believe he was driving that white people the wrong way on montgomery. but the
ninth world was walking on mission, the car was going up the wrong way on new montgomery, turned on missions, hit a car, hit the boy and collided with more cars before taking off. the boy and his family were visiting from philadelphia. how they have just seen the giants in phillies game. will tran is joining us live this morning with an empty. >> hospital is being very tight- lipped about little boy. his name is a ryan. here is video of the parents. i spoke with them in the hospital lobby at 5:30 a.m.. they told me, and that their son remained unconscious in and they needed to do more tests. they were happy that the phillies had just beaten the giants, they were a few blocks away from their motel when the car came out of nowhere. i did get a chance to speak with a father on a story you will see only on kron 4. >> we were walking from the giants came back to our hotel.
we had gone to the intersection, we were crossing with the light. a car came screeching out of the street, it hit one car, get slammed into a second car and that was where my son was and the car continued down the street and i understand that several other cars and drove away. it has been an up and down light, we are waiting for the results of more tax. if >> i didn't even think of fathers of the vehicle's speed off. he told me at that moment all he was thinking about was his son. and i did let him know that overnight in the hayward police department did make an arrest. they said that ultimately all the care about its origin.--ryan. we did learn that the license plate on the
vehicle belonged to another vehicle. i spoke with ms. san francisco police department, there are still working out but which police department will take the lead on this case. >> we are following the latest with the faa, the senate now issuing legislation to end the partial shutdown. this clears the way for furloughed employees and airport construction projects to resume. police in return to work as soon as monday if and when president obama signs the bill. the shutdown has cost the government 30 million a day and uncollected airline ticket taxes and thousands of faa administrators have been without pay since july 4th.
>> gale little bit of a warm-up and a full forecast coming up. >> we continue to be hot spot free on the committee this morning. take a look at the bay bridge. not only as traffic friday light, a metering lights were turned off in the 7:00 a.m. hour. there have been no delays on the approach. in easy drive time across the upper deck. out of the macarthur maze the drive time is between 9-11 minutes into downtown san francisco. we'll take a break on the kron 4 morning news. we will be with you until 10:00 a.m. and right back after these messages.
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>> the dow is now 162 as the major slide continues. 11,000 to the 24. the nasdaq is of 2.8%. s&p is off almost 2 percent down 22. >> new this morning, we have learned in the last couple of minutes that the libyan government denies that, the son of khaddafi has been killed in a nato airstrike. he had been reportedly among 33 troops killed in a nato strike it early this morning in a government operations center. >> in syria, tanks are rolling down the street while security
forces opened fire, killing four protestors as tens of thousands of people poured into the streets across syria or chanting for the fall of the president. reports of shote 100 people have been killed. the u.s. condemned syrian attacks on protesters. >> 9:11 a.m., we are back in a couple of minutes. even finding
>> it is a tough audience. the jobs report was a little bit better than expected. the headline numbers were encouraging, but when you scratch the surface, there are some weaknesses there. when you look at the other data, it is all consistent with the view that the economy is struggling to emerge from a very difficult first half. conditions in europe are improving a little bit, giving a rest to spain and italy and their bond market, but not enough to get this over the hump. uncertainty going into the weekend and it shows in the markets. very >> how much of our problem could this be for the european union? >> there are certainly larger, the three peripheral countries, ireland, portugal and greece together were smaller than spain and of course italy is an
entirely different category, really a part of the core european economy, the third largest bond market, one of the largest economies in the world. and it really moves the bailout to a different level. half if this continues you think we could see the fed to do more printing of money? >> that is always out there. there will be a lot of attention on this tuesday's policy proposals for any hints of additional stimulus. the betting is, if anything is sent home, if there are any hints, it will have more to do with other
measures, more explicit guarantee their rates will stay low for an extended period in reducing the interest rate that is paid banks to discourage them from an effect sterilizing the money and encouraging them to cleanse it. ifs fit is a double- edged sword. given the criticism of the first quarters, says will be slow to pull that out of their hat. >> what i think was amazing about yesterday, there is no safe place to hide money. we solve will go down and we saw gold dropped. or that bank of new york would start to urging people to hold their cash. >> a very difficult situation for almost any investor whether you are a safer and more investors, it seems like the japanese yen and the swiss franc until recently have been getting the bulk of that safe haven money. treasurys at times have as well. an indication that
the dollar is still considered a safe haven from turbulence overseas, you are right, there is so much is going on, uncertainty. the options for investors from one day to the next are getting close dollars. >> we will keep our heads down and hang on. >> do not try to get whipsawed by the market and hope for the best. >> gary schlossberg, >> thank >> let's get all look at the weather heading into the weekend, hoping for a little bit of sunshine. >> it looks like today will be pretty similar to yesterday's. here is a shot from the bay bridge approach. in oakland we will see temperatures rise into the upper 60s. partly cited conditions. they were getting up to about 75 degrees, partly cloudy conditions in the livermore could warm up a few degrees today getting into about 83. contract in terms of the
fog it looks like we will see a good portion of the fog hanging on throughout much of the continue to see the fog over downtown san francisco and over the coast. in a little bit of lifting through the east bay. as we head towards the 8:00 p.m. hour the fog will rebuild. it will be another night with the fog in place. we could even see drizzle for tomorrow morning. temperatures in the '50s and '60s. in half moon bay, 10 degrees warmer. about 61 in livermore, concord, hayward and into fremont. by the afternoon, the warmer spots will get to 85. mid-70s throughout most of the day. 60's on the coast. it here is your 7 day around the bay. partly cloudy conditions are round of trouble weekend. slight warming as we head into
next week. >> we have not attract any hot spots. the metering lights have been off for nearly two hours in the westbound direction. the ride on the san mateo bridge, as we continue the bridge check, looks good eastbound and westbound. this is the normal commute side, westbound. it is as light as the council direction. your ride on the golden gate bridge has been without problems or delay all morning long. it continues with an easy trip through the toll plaza for both southbound and northbound lanes let's go to the
news room with the latest from justine waldman. >> live pictures of juno, we are hearing from nasa that they are about to click a hold on the launch. >> petit - four minutes and counting. >> ground pyro is enabled. >> in assets has a the juno aircraft that will relaunched to jupiter. we will be back in three and a half minutes to bring in the launch of juno, live. >> new this morning, a man is in custody after police say he stabbed a woman to death in san jose in an apartment, a san jose police responded to the 4200
block of albany drive after the report of a stabbing at 2:30 a.m.. officers got there and found a man in the area. he was immediately arrested. 40 years old. the woman was pronounced dead at the scene. >> new details on the los gatos mother accused of having sexual relations with her sons 16 year- old friend. 48 year-old sarah cole was acquitted on two different felony charges yesterday but convicted on a lesser charge of molesting a child. if the relationship happened in may of last year. investigators found thousands of text messages and phone calls between kohl and the boy of the jury did not believe that have sexual relations. she could spend up to one year in jail, she will have to register as a sex offender in because the jury was hung on one of the felony charges, she could be >> about 100 people joined the
oakland police department to end prostitution. they want to send a message " to john and prostitutes that they will not tolerate that activity. >> you have to make an arrest, address it, but you have to treat these young ones as victims. you provide those social services to teach them how to survive other than doing prostitution. >> it is not right. it is embarrassing. i see girls every day walking down the street. inappropriate clothing. kids are looking at this. >> also, they have these billboards on international boulevard hoping that jones will see the message and make a change. >> in national news, dramatic video of two different gunman opened fire on a bus in philadelphia. they showed the video in court yesterday. and then testified that it started when he criticized a woman on the bus for spanking her child. she made a phone call, got off of the bus and the next stop is
where two different gunmen opened fire. 13 shots were fired, fortunately, nobody was hit. for the six people charged are including the mother. they were held for trial. >> in texas, a jury convicted warren jeffs of sexually assaulting and children. the 55 year-old was found guilty of having sex with two girls who were 12 and 15. just called them his spiritual lives. prosecutors used to dna evidence to show that he fathered a child with the 15 year-old girl. he leaves the fundamentalist church of jesus christ of latter-day saints. they believe in polygamy. >> we are 30 seconds away from the live launch of juno on its way to jupiter. naso had put off the launch for a little bit. we're getting in live pictures as juno is about to set off to jupiter to investigate how planets are made. let's listen in to the countdown.
solid one, too, 3, 4 and 5, jettisoned. booster has begun its role for spacecraft a thermal constraints. rates looked good. voltages are stable. >> we are watching live as a nasa just launched a solar powered spacecraft, juno is off to jupiter. it is a five-year trip. the rocket will investigate how planets are made. you are watching the kron 4 morning news. we will be right back.
involved in a hit-and-run accident. the driver and vehicle or about in hayward. the boy and his parents are still in the hospital. they were in san francisco visiting from cilia to watch the phillies played the giants. will tran is why the hospital and has spoken with the parents. he also has the latest on the driver that was arrested. if >> we have an update on the driver. we learned that the license plate on the truck belonged to a tall you can read. here is a video of the
parents that i got at 5:30 a.m.. i told them that the driver was arrested. his son is still unconscious. the sun is--the hospital is being very tight- lipped. >> we were walking from the giants came back to the hotel. we had gotten to the intersection and crossed with the light. the car came screeching out of the street, it hit one car and slammed into a second car. that was where my son was. the car continued down the street and i understand that several other people. >> did not stop. what went through your mind at that moment? >> i want my son to be all
right. >> the father told me it is touch and go. they still have to do more tests on his son ryan. hopefully we will get an update from the san francisco general administrators about his condition. according to the father he says it's going to be a long trip. >> we will continue to watch wall street. earlier this morning we spoke with david calloway with more on why the markets have been fluctuating up and down. >> this is not the type of trend in the market that will be offset to buy one admittedly weak job number. the economy still looks terrible. one hundred seventeenth was better than what was expected, but as you pointed out is still below the 125 barely needed to keep up with population growth. no one has changed their mind about the fact that the economy continues to weaken. the market has fallen
nine out of 10 days. there will be some sort of relief rally perhaps next week the market is not going to go straight down but i do not think it is going to go straight up from here either. we will have a ball tiled week august period we will have to see if we sustain any recovery by the fall. >> we have seen the dow up 130 in early trading and then down 200. now the dow's of 36. global stock markets plummeted today in fears that the u.s. could be headed back into a recession. readers are calling emergency meetings today with fears that italy or spain could default on debt. we are getting word that there are rumors floating around the trading floor in new york city that the s&p could be
the livermore valley. will be able to get warmer in the livermore valley today. in terms of the fog, expected to stick around as we head towards a good portion of the morning. by the afternoon, low cloud cover along the coast, downtown san francisco and portions of milan and then the fog will rebuild by the 8:00 p.m. hour becoming widespread into the overnight hours. we could we go into a little bit of drizzle for saturday morning. tenders right now or in the '50s and '60s. your afternoon highs will stay cool for the most part. we are talking about 70's and 80's.
>> morning fog and drizzle throughout the weekend. highs will be in the '80s in linz, '60s and '70s are round the bay. >> we have been enjoying a great ride all morning long round the bay. we have no hot spots and we are not tracking any right now. the bay bridge has been so light that a metering lights of an author for over two hours on this was spelled right. this is as good as it gets for the westbound bay bridge. the san mateo bridge has been a problem free. look at how light the traffic is. the golden gate bridge commuters is a problem free. fog and a little drizzle. you might need windshield wipers for your right. 9:39 a.m., we
>> we are continuing to watch wall street. the dow was up 130 points, early trading down over 200 and now up 24. joining us with more, steve massocca from wedbush equity management. >> good morning. rumors on the trading floor that the s&p was going to downgrade the u.s. credit rating. >> it has been a wild day. although the s&p is threatening to downgrade the credit rating of the u.s., moody has
>> we have learned this morning that the postal service lost 3.1 billion from april through june of this year. that brings about losses for the year to $6 billion. >> an update on the salmonella outbreak connected to ground turkey, centers for disease control say the bacteria traced to the ground turkey recall is more resistant to antibiotics. that is causing more people to be hospitalized. for one-quarter of the people sawmill poisoning had to be hospitalized. it has been traced to cargo needs. >> it live look outside at the san mateo bridge. visibility is
>> 9:47 a.m.. we are looking for a sunshine. >> overcast conditions continue. fog and drizzle. partly cloudy through the afternoon. some resorted to the mid-70s. morgan hill was one of the warm response today. partly cloudy conditions as well. by noon clearing through the east bay and further inland.
bridges. the metering lights have been off for over two hours. ha get on the san retail bridge, traffic looks good. the commission has been over for about an hour on highway 92. conditions are still good. the volume is a little heavy. slowing in the northbound direction. >> 3-d without glasses is one phone away. >> 3 d has come to smart phones.
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they're out what's to prevent customers from using their laptops for long periods of time. this is aimed to encourage customers to drink their coffee indigo, to make room for more pay customers. starbucks has said that there is currently no company-wide policy regarding the availability of power outlets. that decision is left to the discretion of each store. >> that is it for this morning. we hope that you have a terrific weekend. dr. phil is coming up after the show. stay tuned for that at 10:00 a.m.. we will be back here on monday morning. we hope the have a nice weekend.