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murray had acted more swiftly. >> this is not a crime involving mistake of judgment this is a crime where the end result was the death of a human being. >>catherine: after those words, for bayliss stepped up i got the conrad murray and handcuffed him. >> justice has been served. back by an glad he was found guilty. >>catherine: dr. murray will be sentenced to four years in prison and he will lose his license to practice medicine. >> we have new graphic images involving an occupy oakland protesters who looks like he was shot by the police. this is the video right here, that is the aftermath after the shooting the person who posted this
video to youtube says it was shot just after midnight on november 3rd. take a closer look in march as one of the officers appears to shoot a rubber bullet at the protesters. right there, shooting him and a protester is filming he is screaming in pain. keep your eye right there, you see that flash, that is the shot. the alleged victim did not say when or not he was hurt this that he was shot with a rubber bullet by the police in oakland overnight after the november 2nd general strike turned violent. >>pam: let us go live to open a large business association is calling out the city saying that city leaders have failed to make the right decisions in these recent protests. j.r. stone is following the story and he joins us live with the new details. >>reporter: i have obtained a letter to the city from the downtown oakland association within the last 60 minutes. in this letter
that i have pulled up on my phone they basically call out to different groups of people. they call out city administration and the city council for the way that they have handled occupy oakland. i can tell you as you get this in a letter, they say the city council and current administration have been i eat in their handling of the latest protest and we are calling on them to get their act together. deborah is the president of the lake county community benefit district was also part of this letter says that good things are happening in oakland and that is now being overshadowed. >> as other businesses continue to grow, pandora adds 25 employees every month in their business. they are committed to oakland they will not go anywhere else. they will tell you that if they did their employees will quit because this is where they want to be and this is where they want to work. in these communities we have made a tremendous impact in
my message is that impact is not erased after what has happened over the last few weeks with the occupy movement. >>reporter: the grooves i talked with said they want some city leadership here because the wrong impression of oakland is being given. this may stay in the last year of the downtown area 12 wanted different jobs have been added at issue is one of the good things happening. i am continuing to go through this letter line by line. we will have new information on this story at 6:00 p.m.. reporting live in downtown oakland i am j.r. stone with kron4 news. >>pam: it has been almost two weeks since the occupy oakland protesters move back into the frank ogawa plaza. the rain over the weekend make things uncomfortable for those camping in front of city hall. more rain is on the way, jeff bush shows us the conditions at the encampment as it stands at this time. >>reporter: i am here at
frank ogawa plaza and though we can rain has stopped the protesters to get their gear in order. some are bring up parks--some are putting up parts--tarps. the wooden pallets are the way that the protesters separate themselves from the wet ground. all sorts of structures are seemed tightly crammed together some are in better shape than others, but this one takes the cake. the shiny structure is insulated plus it has a door and you can stand up in the middle. protesters are bringing all sorts of building materials. this person was busy sorting out clothing and other things that will be given to people who needed. >> we have free clothing, tarps, hygiene products, basic things that everyone will need. it is obviously
not a death because people keep asking for more. >>reporter: the protesters have made ourselves at home, the library is back up with donated books all the time and a bike repair station has been set up just in case a flat tire needs to be repaired. >>pam: stay with us and we continue to cover the occupy protesters around the bay area we have the latest video and information on our web site. do not forget to share your photographs, videos and and opinions with us on our facebook fan page and i twitter feet. >>jacqueline: we have a live look outside as the sun goes down, we have mostly clear skies. right now temperatures are already dropping off as the sun goes down and on our earlier because of the time change this weekend. it is going to
get quite chilly overnight temperatures are falling into low 30's even the upper 20s in portions of the north bay. this will be until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. this will be the case for several hours of near freezing for least two hours overnight. definitely bring your plants and your pets inside. we have more changes later this week and very cool overnight as we mentioned with the frost advisory into tomorrow. late thursday the rain will return we will pick that forecast in just a little bit. >> this just in to the kron4 newsroom we're hearing about a major delay for bart. this is in the san francisco daily city and east bay directions we are hearing it is because of equipment problems on the train. we are joined live on the line with jim allison the bart spokesperson what you tell us about the nature
of the issue. >> there was a train that had a break on that would not released, it took awhile for to get out of the way. we have done that we still have delays headed towards the east bay. >>reporter: so san francisco, millbrae and daly city are not as severe as the east bay? >> we are most concerned about getting the trains moving again, the train to the other direction there is less traffic that way so the delays are not that bad. >>reporter: so if you're heading to the east bay how long of a weight can the commuters expect? >> we hope to get this resolved pretty soon right now we are saying it is a 20 minute delay. >>reporter: thank you for the update. >>pam: ap genie gas pipeline ruptures in the bay area triggering a mudslide and partially closing a major interstate. this is the same line that caused last year's
deadly explosion in san bruno this time, no one was hurt but it was an inconvenience for many. this happened near farm hill boulevard near interstate 280. it happened while pg&e crews were performing a test. >>reporter: it could take another day or so before they removed the pipe and taken to the san ramon valley to find out exactly why it ruptured. pg&e says it is not completely surprised because they rerouted gas to a different line so there was no gas involved. they ran water through the pipe at twice the pressure. normally for a gas line they would go about 300 lbs., but for this when they went 600 to see the stress level. then it ruptured. >> this is good news for us, this is a success and this is exactly what we are looking for for our entire system. >>reporter: they believe that it was a dent perhaps
in the scene despite.-- seamless pipe. the final determination could take as long as three to four months. >>pam: a shocking scandal rocks the campus of kent state. a former--penn state. a former coach is accused of molesting teammates. a girl is killed in a shooting, we talk with her father about what happened. new developments in the sexual harassment case against gop candidate herman cain. there was a new woman that came ahead--came out today to speak out and she would tell us what she wants. we will also look at the latest when
incident to law-enforcement or any higher entity. >>pam: pennsylvania attorney general says that six individuals have been identified. they figure they will find more. now a protester was dangling 75 ft. off of this long rope ladder. he was fired and this was his latest tactic to get attention. he eventually dropped from the rope into the water and to the arms of the aborted it is not clear what charges he will face. >>jacqueline: we will have cold air over the bay area. 33 degrees in santa rosa, 32
degrees in napa and 35 in san raphael. it will still be chilly everywhere else. temperatures will rebound into the afternoon and much like today will be a couple degrees warmer in some spots. we have low sixties for the bayshores and down in the south bay. it is very chilly along the coastline. it also be cool in san francisco, 58 degrees there, 59 in richmond. changes are coming to your forecast later this week. right now we have a couple of them sitting offshore that will drop down through the northwest. by 4:00 p.m. the rain will be approaching the coast. it will continue through the overnight hours. this continues into
your early morning commute. we still see rain in the ec and the south and later in the morning the rain becomes a little more light. we see showers lingering through friday morning. by noon, you will see light rain through most of the bay area and then tapering off into the afternoon. let us get a look at your extended forecast that will be the first of a couple of systems we will deal with later this week. tomorrow we will have sunny skies and increasing clouds. the storm moves in late thursday into friday dropping temperatures over 10 degrees. then we have a chance of showers late saturday to sunday there is a slight chance for lingering showers into monday bought--but i am leaving that out of the forecasts for now. >>pam: our legal analyst is here to explain the latest developments in occurredr. conrd murray trial. what you
think the prosecution's strongest evidence was? >> first i believe you have dr. murray trying to hide the propofol, and in the way he acted after not calling 911 right away. those are all the emotional buttons for the jury. i think a lot of people people have not talked about was that jackson was going to pay him, he had not paid him yet but he was going to be paid $150,000 per month. that is a lot of money is like i am buying you a doctor to get the propofol. other doctors had turned him down i think those are the things that the jury used ticket >>pam: i am sure that recording had something to do it. >> yes, but dr. murray did not give him the drugs that calls that to happen. >>pam: do you think if they had put him on the stand it will make any difference? >> hindsight is always
2020, i said in the beginning put him on the stand because you are losing the case no matter what the d.a. did, he could at least get up and apologize and say i love michael jackson. i tried to wean him off of the propofol and maybe get some sympathy from one of the jurors. i thought they made a huge mistake but keep in mind dr. murray told the defense team that he was not going to testify. that was his decision. >>pam: what you think the defense could have done differently? >> and then put him on the stand and i hearken back to the scott peterson case when they said we are going to prove scott peterson innocent and i thought why would to say you're going to prove anything at all? the d.a. has the burden of proof if you remember at all, they said we will prove that michael jackson injected himself with propofol, how about saying that we do not know what happened is up to the prosecution to know what happened beyond a reasonable
doubt. so i think the jury look that said there is no way that michael jackson injected himself with propofol. >>pam: so he had up to four years in prison what you think? >> and you know this judge's no-nonsense, so he faces two years, three years or four years and that is up to the judge. they will send him out to get a probation report and the judge will read that. on the day of sentencing they have a victim impact statements. judges will let three to five people talk usually, the jackson family is going to be emotional. they will get there and talk and i think the judge will give him the four years. he only has to serve 50 percent of that. >>pam: so he was served two years in prison. >> he would serve two years because this is a non- violent crime under our laws and a first of fans.
>>pam: san francisco police are searching for the person that shot a man at fisherman's wharf. this happened last night at the intersection of taylor and north point. police say the victim is expected to survive but they have no suspect in the case. police in concord are searching for two men that rocked a drive- in theater last night. police say the two men, one armed with a gun demanded money from an employee in a ticket booth but no one was hurt. will be right back with much more to come. when you're forty-six. just lots of referrals and appointments and bills that costs tons. maybe i'll keep it... it adds character... right? [ male announcer ] we know life can be unpredictable.
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[music] >>pam: of a fatal shooting happened friday night outside of and an apartment complex in morgan hill. police believe they have determined a motive. >>reporter: this 14 year-old is not a gang member according to our father joseph who showed me pictures of his daughter. he said she was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. >>pam: there is no other way
to explain except for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. she died at the hands of someone trying to be a gangster. >>reporter: a growing memorial marks the spot where his daughter and her friend were sprayed with more than 15 bullets from a rifle and a handgun. memo we believe they lived in the apartment complex in their work a crowd of juvenile on the corner and they started randomly shooting as they drove by. >>reporter: an unidentified juneau and four men are in custody for the shooting. the police say these four men all suspected members of the surreal street banks --gang. >> they were cold-blooded and they had no sense, they shot at three girls that had nothing to do with anything they were just walking by. >>reporter: bullets ripped
through the fence near the missing the girls. he said they knew exactly what they were doing. >> they were expected to go out there in shoot someone, maybe someone gave them the order i do not know. >>pam: an attempted burglary and antioch ends with the would beat the shot and killed by the man targeted in the death. police said a homeowner was acting in self-defense. they say he was armed with a knife when he was caught by the property owner for stealing copper wire. they say the home owner can arm to inspect the vacant property because of several previous break-in's he was unaware that anyone was inside. he said he shot the man because he felt threatened. >> of the perpetrator in
this case that forced entry through an exterior water heater closet and basically forced his way through two layers of sheet rock to gain entry into the house. it is not like the home owner showed up and found a front door kick in this is the case when he entered the house without an expectation people would be in there. >> police said a homeowner is cooperating and is not under arrest. maureen kelly spoke with the man who said he does not feel good about what happened. >>reporter: the property owner did not want to appear on camera but he said he did not know the man that he shot inside of the rental property. he said the suspect was armed with a kitchen knife he says he think they both startled each other that afternoon he said he went for what he had and i went for what i had which according to the police was a small caliber handgun. as for this video that shows him laughing after he does not think that taking a man's life was a joke and he was reacting to something the police officers said. he said at the time the video was shot
he was still stunned and his hands were shaking and incessantly incident who he had trouble eating and sleeping and does not feel good about taking a person's life. >>pam: this is the man that was killed a police say they arrested him back in june for selling copper from an elementary school and just last month they say he was stopped on suspicion of copper theft but was not charged for lack of evidence. his friends say that he was a good guy and did not deserve what happened to him. >> he did not have to die when he died the guided after shoot him he could call the police and did it the right way. taking his life was just too much. he was just trying to do what he had to do to survive. he did his time and he is not afraid to go to jail, but the man was out of line i think for killing him. he said that he came at him to hurt him, he would not hurt a fly. that is not him, he is not that aggressive. he
does not have a mean bone in his body. >>pam: police say evidence from the scene is being processed by their crime lab they expect it will be several months before they present that information to the district attorney who will ultimately decide if the homeowner will face any charges. >>catherine: herman cain campaign is scrambling to deny that heat made unwanted sexual advances on another claim. another victim came forward in a very public way. she's not the first woman to accuse herman cain of sexual harassment in some form, in fact she is the fourth in the recent days. but this time we saw and heard the woman making the claim escorted by her attorney she told reporters today that herman cain made a crude sexual advances more than a decade ago. the chicago
area woman said it happened in 1997 when she was hoping for his help after losing her job. she says that she had dinner with him in washington and then he offered to show our the association office building. >> instead of going into the office says he suddenly reached over and he put his hand on my leg under my skirt and reach for my genitals. >>pam: his campaign denies the claim saying that all allegations of harassment are completely false. he says that he has a bull's- eye on its back after shooting to the top of public opinion polls in recent weeks. but it is not helping that this woman is putting a face and a voice to the claim and leaving very little to the imagination. >> he also grabbed my head and brought it towards his crotch, i was very surprised and very shocked i said what are you doing? you
know i have a boyfriend. this is not what i came here for. mr. kane said you want a job right? >>catherine: she says she just wants him to come clean and admit what he did. meantime in the polls, it shows that these are starting to hurt his campaign. he dropped nine percentage point that is down from 66.1 we could go down to 57%. the labor department the lead at 12 percent of the veterans who served in wars since 9/11 have remained unemployed and that is compared to the 9% for the rest of americans. the president unveiled a new jobs plan, one part of it will give new veterans a year of personal career support and it will give tax credits to businesses that hire recent veterans. >> if you can save a life
on the battlefield, then you can save a life on an ambulance, if you can oversee a convoy or millions of dollars of assets and i rack, you can manage a business back home manage their supply chains or balance their books. we asked our men and women to leave their families and their jobs and risk their lives to fight for our country and the last thing that they should have to do is fight for a job when they come home. >>catherine: the president says the private sector added 60,000 jobs over the past three month however more than 850,000 veterans remain unemployed. the senate is now debating this plan and they could vote on it later this week. >>pam: the san francisco 49ers did it again, another victory they beat the washington redskins yesterday bringing this season standing to seven wins and one loss for the 49ers. vern glenn is here to talk about the team's amazing winning streak. >> i like a line by harbaugh, he said when they
were six and one, the showers felt great. [laughter] >>vern: if everyone else keeps losing in the 49ers when before thanksgiving they could clinch the nfc west. and it's unbelievable. take a look at the highlights in what they did at the nation's capital. now first the redskins got their licks in, right and lowers it on ryan, how did he had once the football i do not know? smith had no turnovers, he did not get in trouble. david acres was 4 for 4 with field goals. now, they are number one in takeaways in the nfl and they had two more yesterday. the next play after that turnover, a strike from smith to bruce wheeler-the 49ers win 19 to
11 that was impressive. >> everything is worked out. >> i thought alex smith played extremely well he was right on from the beginning of the ball game. >> when you play football is not about the numbers or the statistics. >> he was a big hit, most guys would of been dislodged from the ball. i think he is playing a great game. >>vern: in the eyes of the east coast, they think it is the giants, the packers, it is the big boys, the new york giants are coming to town this weekend and at the 49ers get over on those guys, you just cannot deny it. and a four, the raiders fans were saying wait a minute, but as bad as they
look yesterday when they were tim tebowed by the denver broncos they still control their own destiny but, thursday night there at the san diego chargers and i think the winner of that game will win the afc west. more next hour in this studio with gary to record all down. >>jacqueline: it is going to be very cold overnight with temperatures dropping to the low '30's in the north bay will talk about the chilly morning forecast and also the rain coming up.
will be dropping in the twenties and low 30's in most places. we will see those temperatures in just a moment. now this is from 1:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow. it definitely bring your pets inside and any plans that you care about. as we head into tomorrow a very cold morning but will be mountain to the afternoon we have mostly sunny temperatures closer to the coastline. as we head into the week the rain returns the forecast by late thursday. now take a look at the entire bay area. very cold in santa rosa and los gatos. we have 48 in san francisco, 45 oakland, and 41 at half moon bay. we have low sixties in the south bay. we have low sixties for
our bayshores as well cooler close to the coastline. let us talk more about the rain that will roll in later this week. the timing is still uncertain. wine it put some rain in the bay area by 4:00 p.m. on thursday. the yellow is the more moderate rain moving into the peninsula along the coastline into the east bay by the overnight hours. the 4:00 p.m. it starts to push towards the inland valleys and into the south bay. we have to systems that we will deal with later this week. that is the first when, late thursday into early friday that your pictures are dropping off significantly. on saturday and then through sunday we have it possibly to give showers we could see through--a few wayward showers but it should be dry after sunday. stay with us
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>>pam: a protester arm with a camera is shot by the oakland police. when you're a close look at the video and why the downtown oakland business association said it is time for the city of oakland to step up against the occupy movement. dr. conrad murray was found guilty in the death of the pop star. we have reaction to the verdict in a look at what is next. [music] >>pam: this with the scene earlier this morning after a natural gas pipeline burst. it shut down two lanes of interstate 284 hours.-- interstate 280 for hours. this is the same pipeline that exploded in san bruno
officials say the good news is that this happened report--during a safety test. dan kerman is here to tell us what might have caused this latest rupture. >>reporter: they are saying is because of the san bruno that they are testing this 3 mao pipeline in the first place. and now they are blaming an outside contractor. >>reporter: normal pressure is 375 lbs. on sunday the pipe was in ramp up to 550 lbs. and that is when it burst. it's close part of interstate 280. now pg&e suggest they believe the pipe rupture because it was previously damaged by something like a back hoe. >> all indications are that there is a dense and a doubt in the area where it failed. we will do investigations on
that and have reports within a few months. >>reporter: once the work begins they say it should be completed within two to three days and then pressured test will be conducted again. the san bruno pipe with a 32 in. upright--pipe that had a scene in it, this one was 32 in. in diameter but it did not have a seam. >>pam: now they spent another explosion happened in menlo park. >>reporter: yes they were doing test their they believe it was up and hold problem and they say once all the holes are fixed they will reroute the gas again to make sure that it can
withstand bringing the pressure back up. >>pam: and utility consumer advocacy group is blasting pg&e for the latest pipeline failure. teresa estacio reports that the group is concerned that there are more problems yet to be discovered. >> i am really alarmed by the pattern of pipe line failures after they have started the testing. >>reporter: this is the executive director of turn, news of this latest rupture on top of this, the fatal horrible san bruno explosion were eight people lost their lives has he and the agency out raged. >> the fact that they're all of these failures due to testing show that they were right for ordering testing in the first place and that pg&e was wrong for so many years for resisting this type of water testing. >>reporter: in addition
toni's worry that there are more problems out there putting the public at constant risk. >> a lot of people like myself are very concerned that there are a lot more pipelines that are still unsafe and have not been tested yet. >>pam: and mr. tony the executive director of turn is also calling on jerry brown to replace members of the commission. mr. tony says that the regulators have failed to do their job and properly monitor the utility. they today the governor's office released a statement saying that it strongly supports the puc current commissioners. officials there did not turn our calls for a response. >>reporter: the new graphic images involving an occupy oakland protesters who looks like he was shot by the police. that is the shot right there the personnel posted it said that the video was shot just after
midnight on november 3rd. watch as one of the officers appears to shoot a rubber bullet at the protesters. you will see a flash right there, and then you hear the protest of arriving, i will slowed down for you. now walked right in the middle section, you saw the flash and the alleged victim here, he did not say whether or not you wish--he was hurt, but he said he was shot after the general strike turned violent. >>pam: business leaders are calling out city leadership in a letter they say the city had acted in a naive manner. those with the downtown oakland association said they campers should not be allowed to stand the frank ogawa plaza. j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live with new details. >>reporter: the message from these groups is a clear one, oakland is business
friendly, that is what they say. oakland actually added jobs this past year but they say the city has failed to get that message across. they also say they think the city has failed to get the small group of protesters that have hit and out among occupy open during this process. in a letter to the city they fitted extremely frustrating to see that our efforts to fund improvements and improve park in public spaces all designed to attract new businesses and create oopportunities have been threatened by week and confusing and inconsistent messages from the city addressing the ramifications of the occupy open protests. >> yes, no one is happy about what has happened over the last couple weeks, but there is more good than what is being talked about. they are worried, the reason that they are worried is because the people in frank ogawa plaza have been allowed to remain there and disrupt local businesses, small businesses and the people
that they claim to be representing. there is something for the city to do, it needs to step up and have a consistent message in supporting the businesses that are here. >>reporter: as for the damage estimates from last wednesday's protest it is up to more than $300,000. as far as what occupy oakland look like tonight in this afternoon, we send jeff bush to give you an up close look. >>reporter: the weekend rain at the frank ogawa plaza made it a dirty mess. the protesters have done what they can to keep it under control not an easy task. some drug use and aggressive behavior by some has become a problem. this man was incapacitated for some reason and was helped out by a campaign
volunteer. the law--the garbage is starting to pile up, look for yourself. the group is becoming fragmented and reports of violence is becoming more frequent. anthony has been a part of the protests from the start is moving because he says he has had enough. >> we have had a large group of homeless people in the camp and it has become a problem i am in non-violent person and there has been some violence going on when you have this many people together it is just not where and what i want to spend my energy on. >>reporter: it it just this fights or what else? >> that is it just this fight and i have seen verbal agreements on this in that. >>reporter: anthony says he hopes they work out their problems he says he was still come by to the main campus to help out but he
just cannot take this anymore. >>pam: now we are kicking off a cooler week, the temperatures are in the low '40's and 50's already. >>jacqueline: we will cool off dramatically overnight and then into later next week. we have 50 at santa rosa, 50 at half moon bay and 56 in san jose. let us take a look at the morning low temperatures. it is freezing in napa, 32 degrees there, 33 in santa rosa, and we have widespread '30's through the north bay. we will see for is to the bayshores. we have 36 in livermore and 36 in fairfield. because it will be so cold overnight frost advisory initiatives for the north bay are in effect. portions of the north bay could get down into the 20s very briefly but the near freezing temperatures will last for several hours. so,
from 1:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow this frost advisory is in effect, bring your pets and plants inside if he did not want them to be affected. tomorrow morning is going to be very cold. temperatures in the '50s for most of the north bay, we will not warmup quite much from there. again we have the changes later this week i will have details coming up in just a little bit. >>pam: the former dr. michael jackson is now behind bars for involuntary manslaughter. that trial took six weeks but the jury took less than nine hours to transform dr. conrad murray from a celebrity dr. into a convicted felon. >>pam: dr. murray showed no expression as the decision was announced. >>pam: he is guilty of the crime of involuntary manslaughter. >>catherine: on the street outside the courtroom there
was celebration. dr. murray's legal troubles began more than two years ago with a 911 call from the rented mansion of michael jackson. >> we have a gentleman here that needs help and he is not reading. >>catherine: witnesses say that he seemed panic and try to hide i v bottles before the ambulance arrived. investigators found a large variety of drugs including the following in michael jackson's bed room. the coroner's report say that he died from a propofol overdose and ruled that the death was homicide. during the trial, prosecutors revealed that dr. murray had ordered 4 gal. of the drug in the weeks before michael jackson's death. they displayed photographs of michael jackson's body on a gurney at the hospital. prosecution witnesses testified that he would have been alive if dr. conrad murray had reacted more
quickly. the judge took that into account as he told dr. murray that he would not grant bail. >> this is not a crime involving mistake of judgment this is a crime where the end result was the death of a human being. >>catherine: immediately after those words, for bayliss stepped up behind after murray and handcuffed him, for the jackson family these were words that they had been waiting for. >> justice was served. >> nothing will bring him back i am happy that he was found guilty. >>catherine: dr. murray will dip to four years in prison and he will lose his license to practice medicine. stay with us, we have more news coming up after the break.
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hooded sweat shirt the cops say he spray-painted racial slurs, this happened on november 4th. police say this person may also be responsible for other similar incidents. >>pam: in national news and alleged cover-up of a child sex abuse allegations against the former penn state defensive football coach gerry sandusky. today to football coaches of-- accused of misleading a grand jury turned themselves in. >>reporter: jerry sandusky's than 13 years at penn state. he is accused of allegedly assaulted young boys. >> this is a case about a sexual predator who use his position and the community to pray on numerous young boys and more than a
decade. >>reporter: these two men resigned on sunday after they were charged with misleading a grand jury and failing to report suspected abuse. >> their inaction likely allow the child prodigy to continually victimize children for years and years. >>reporter: both denied any wrongdoing. they say he met his victims through the charity that he found for troubled youths. the cherry remove him and 2008 after finding out about the allegations against him. sandusky says that he is innocent. his lawyer said regardless if he is innocent are not people will still think that he did this. they say that its chance of more victims is not beyond rationality.
>>jacqueline: we have cool weather on tap as we head into tomorrow. especially in the morning it will be quite cold tomorrow morning, a frost advisory is in effect for the north bay and into the afternoon it is mostly sunny and cool like today. later this week we have rain back in the forecast. now first let us take a look at the frost adviser for the north bay. cut pink on your screen we have the areas that are getting into the 40's and the low 30's. definitely bring your pets and plan aside overnight.
>>jacqueline: currently we have 61 in oakland, and 69 in richmond. you will see sunny skies out there for tomorrow with increasing cloud on thursday as the storm approaches. thursday afternoon the rain starts to move towards the bay area and heavier rain moves in by the evening. on early friday morning continue to see moderate rain through the delta and also through the east bay and the south bay locations. it is starting to get a little more week into friday morning and by the afternoon the showers return. here is a look your extended forecast we have dry conditions of the next couple of days. temperatures are more mild on wednesday and thursday the late thursday the temperatures
>>pam: more than 49 million americans are in poverty that is about one and six americans. for the first time hispanic americans are their largest racial demographics with more than 28 percent living in poverty. african-americans are next at 25.4% and asian americans are at more than 16 percent, and 11 americans a white americans are in poverty. geographically the west has the most impoverished americans and the midwest is right behind it. we will be right back. it's about building cars in america.
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>>reporter: the genie says the pipeline that ruptured yesterday during a water testing yvette look like it was damaged in the past possibly by a backhoe. this to the same pipeline that exploded in a year ago in san bruno. investigations are set to begin in two to three days. >>reporter: the executive director of turn a utility
reform agency is lashing out at pg&e due to this latest explosion. the executive director fears that the public may be at risk. he believes that more testing should be done as soon as possible. >>reporter: in oakland and alameda county sheriff's office has released new video, take a look of this. you can see the iraqi war veteran walking and then talking. his friends and family said he did not get medical attention inside the jail. this shows him lying sideways on a gurney before he was transported to the hospital. >> to say that we offer no medical care whatsoever is a lie, it is not true. >>reporter: we did reach out to the family but we did
not get any response. >>reporter: there are many business groups that are upset about the occupy oakland process and how the city has been dealing with it. i am j.r. stone with kron4 news. >>reporter: the occupy oakland can't is having its share of problems, the weekend rain has made the plays a mess. muddy conditions are making the camp a less comfortable place to be. other problems have come up as well, drug use and fist fights have been reported more frequently along with an increase homeless population. garbage is piling up and the sanitation conditions are deteriorating over all. in oakland i am jeff bush with kron4 news. >>reporter: here in morgan hill 5 suspected gang members are in custody for a drive-by shooting over the weekend. they this 14 year-
old was killed and three other teenagers were wounded when a suspect opened fire on the group as they walked near downtown morgan hill on friday night. none of the girls were gang members, police say was a case of mistaken identity and they fired on the girls began they were firing at a rival gang members. >>reporter: in any optically said the shooting death of a burglary suspect appears to be in self-defense. they say the man was armed with a knife and in the act of stealing copper plyer--wider and plumbing. i spoke with the homeowner off camera and he says he does not feel good about taking a human life. >>reporter: i am charles clifford in concord, a new analysis of census data shows that a growing number of people nationwide are
living in extreme poverty. the executive director of the food bank at contra costa county says that the effect is being felt in the bay area. he says over the past several years the food bank has seen a steady increase in the number of elderly and low-income people looking for help. >>jacqueline: we have very cold conditions expected into tomorrow morning. we will also see some 30 in our overnight forecast. there is a freeze warning in effect for the north bay. we will see the temperatures near freezing for several hours will definitely bring your pets and your plants inside overnight. a look at our afternoon temperatures to be on the cool and mouse side depending on where you are.
>>jacqueline: here is a look your extended forecast there are dry conditions over the next couple of days. as the storm approaches there will be moderate rainfall overnight into early friday morning. >>gary: of barnes and noble has unveiled a new tablets and lower the price of their other nook e-readers. this is an end droid tablet and e-reader they have also lowered the price of the color e-reader. in other news, i am doing a giveaway,
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>>catherine: herman cain campaign is grimly to deny the claim that he made unwanted sexual advances. the republican presidential candidate has trying to bend--tried to duck this kind cups common in the past week. but this time this woman came forward in a very public way. this is the fourth woman in recent days to come forward with this type of testimony. this time we saw and heard the old woman making the claim. she told reporters that cain made a crude sexual advances more than a decade ago. the chicago area woman
said it happened in 1997 when she was hoping for herman cain felt after losing her job at the national restaurant association she said she had dinner with him in washington and he offered to show or the association office building. >> instead of going into the offices easily reached over and he put his hand on account--on my leg under my skirt and reached for my genitals. >>catherine: here is the committee said that all the allegations against him are false. he says that he as a bull's-eye on his back. but it is not helping that this one is putting a face and voice to the claims and leaving very little to the imagination. >> he also grabbed my head and credit toward his crop, i was very surprised and very shocked and i said what are you doing? you know i have a boyfriend this is not
what i came here for. and then herman cain said you want a job right? >>catherine: she says she just wants him to come clean about his inappropriate behavior. and a new poll shows that the percentage of republicans who view herman cain favorably dropped by nine percentage point this is down from 66.1 week ago to 57%. the republican presidential candidate mitt romney was an iowa today. he talked with people at a sheet metal co. and visited the state's biggest industrial water company this is all part of his campaign leading up to the iowa caucuses january 3rd. in recent polls he's tied with the business fan and former godfather pizza ceo harmon came. >>pam: the 49ers improved to 7 and 1 hear what the coach has to say and we have
>>gary: the meaning everybody, the giants did pick up and established hitter in exchange for this guy. jonathan sanchez the no. 5 starter in and out of a no-hitter once the giants fans were very happy about this guy. you are looking at the 3 05 last year with 18 home runs and 87 rbis. he stole 20 bases and more than likely will play center field. he was eligible for a new contract in kansas city. the giants have a pretty good player. he enjoyed four seasons with the yankees in than the braves the only question that you might ask is that he switches teams a lot, sanchez has a worn out his welcome so to speak meanwhile, the giants reliever brian wilson went
you almost want to root for him. we have 30 to 24 s denver beat the raiders. was >> i have no problem with this team or the direction that we but it was the execution of it. we have to finish it. the one to make sure that every team is crossed and every one is in their gap and know their responsibilities. >>gary: alabama's loss to lsu did not move stanford into the top three. alabama in their field goal of fair, they are still hanging in there. they dropped from second to third. stanford is fourth and this is a big deal. they host oregon. one of their better players suffered a concussion taken to a hospital and no word on
when he will be back the definitely out for the big national deal against oregon. he and one of baseball's authentic shrines has snow mobiles. this is really field in chicago. this is the writer here. he is doing tricks in front of 5000 onlookers. the way this looks and i hate to say but the giants at wrigley field, they say no, you can do it outside the winner daniel from sweden also is an extra game champ. when we return we have frequent guest. in fact we would give art a cut. we love art. it is good to see you like and i think you're coming back. i checked with all of the l.a. stations and i did not see you. anyway, art, we have a serious subject and tiger woods former caddy hurled a racial slur about his former boss who would talk to him about that up next.
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>>gary: tiger was accepted the apology and he does not think that his former caddy is a racist. >> many of these functions are alcohol consumed and i hate to say this the steve williams is not a good guy. i have seen him take photographers' cameras and spectators and throw them in water hazards. >>gary: but wouldn't i would
say do not take anything from people. >> yes, but he goes a little too far. i had trouble with him when he told me to get off of the green in the pro-am, i was talking to tighter and he was talking to me and not that it was a big deal, but he is a rude guy and a crude guy. you can say that he was not a racist but it was a joke. he is from new zealand and he said we have maurys and mixed races and everything else i've not think he lets his head take charge before he talks. >>gary: when he got your face any idea about decking him? [laughter] >> he is a good athlete so i don't know if i could outrun him. >>gary: a lot of these golfers grew up and country clubs and not with many
people from diverse backgrounds do you think that the majority of them feel this way? >> i think people are smart enough that anyone with a brain in his head would not make this comment. and yes, you can get two guys in the clubhouse or locker room to play in kid these--each other in a locker room or a club house and there is nothing to it but as soon as its larger and it was outside yes it was a caddy dinner and yes there was alcohol and you can say we were all joking around you have to have the brains not to do that. i do not think he was feted if tiger woods was there. >>gary: in 20 seconds or less, are you enthused about getting milky cobra? >> i think the giants cannot have another year losing they have to have
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