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a cold night ahead, it will feel more like january than november. we have your 11:00 p.m. weather update. tomorrow is election day. the last minute push for votes tonight. and it's growing but there is a catch, a fast, simple way for job seekers to land work. live, this is kron 4 news at 11:00. and you are looking at a live picture from the north bay. that will be the coldest tonight and into the morning tomorrow. the winter coat will be needed, as children head out for school. i am here in the weather center
to find out about the cold temperatures. >> temperatures already in the 30s in the north bay. very chilly over night. clear skies, calm winds and cold air over the bay area. 39 right now in novato. 40 santa rosa. we seat record low temperature this morning. freezing there this morning, and again tomorrow. most other lections into the 40s. -- other locations into the 40s. let's look at low temperatures tomorrow morning, north bay, 30s. portions in the upper 20s. 32 napa. 33 santa rosa. 35 san rough -- rafael. frost advisory is in fact for the north bay. the pink you see here on the screen. that is for the temperatures in the low 30s.
freezing for several hours. bring your pets and plants inside. on the eve of election day, some of san francisco's candidates along with their supporters took to the streets tonight. >> trying to get visibility. >> some supporters such as the one you heard, tried to get the attention of commuters after work today. bus stops and bart stations downtown. this is ed lee's campaign. we got up with ed lee. what he and his supporters are doing to lock in the last minute voters. >> reporter: ed lee shook hands with commuters monday night and encouraging them to vote in tuesday's election. >> they have a right to do it.
the everybody has that choice. >> ed lee could be the first mare of chinese decent. he faces 15 opponents and maintain as wide lead in the polls. >> i know the significant, and san francisco with its history. at the same time, i have been doing a lot of work for the whole city. i am glad to have done that. this is a very different election. rank choice voting. we have 16 candidates. >> dozens of volunteers worked late. they called thousands of voters, reminding them to vote and vote for ed lee. kron 4 news. >> stay with kron 4 news for decision 2011. we will have updates on air and online on www.kron.com and also keep you up to date through facebook and twitter and join us tomorrow night at 11:00 for
the latest results. video involving a "occupy oakland" protester. this video shows him being shot with a rubber bullet by police. he said the police had no reason to open fire. >> there were several protesters behind me. i was separated from the rest of the crowd. there was absolutely nothing going on. >> and this is a picture of his injury which he alleges came from police. he plans on joining the protest again. no response from police. >> and we have a mugshot to show you. he is a veteran of the wars in iraq and afghanistan, he was arrested last week in oakland. his family allege he did not get medical care. however, alejandra cerball spoke with officials who argue
differently and they say they have the video to prove it. >> you can look at the video, he was walking, talking, appeared to be fine, which is why we accepted him. we transport people that are sick and then when he starts to get in distress, deputy bends over. trying to offer his help, pats him on the back, gives him? couragement. stays with him. calls the nurse. refused medication. deputy says we will move you. let me help you up. grabs his hands. helps him up. steadies him and he walks out. as his condition deteriorated, we called an ambulance and got him to highland. to say that we offered no help
whatsoever, no medical care is a crime. >> reporter: in oakland, alejandra cerball, kron 4 news. there are problems sprouting up at the "occupy oakland" encampment. trash piling up, stacked against city hall. people reported drug use and violence. one man said he is moving his items out because it's getting out of control. >> we have a large homeless population that is here that we are attempting to deal with. it's been a problem. i am a nonviolent person so i don't want to participate in the violence. >> fights. >> while kron 4 news cameras were there, one man was incapacitated. and an organization is
criticizing leadership over the protest there. members of the downtown oakland district community board say they don't agree with the decision to allow the protest to reoccupy the plaza. the organization writes, the protest could do permanent damage to businesses in the area. stay with kron 4 news as we cover the protests around the bay area. we have the latest on our website, www.kron.com and we encourage you to share your paragraphs, videos and opinions with us on facebook and twitter. >> turn, which is of the group which deals with utilities is fearful a ruptured pg&e pipeline is one of the first to come. the rupture called a mud sideline. pg&e was performing tests on
the pipeline as a inspection project that was mandated after the san bruno explosion. this was the third failure found by pg&e. >> the fact that there are these failures, shows the puc was right in ordering the testing in the first place and pg&e was wrong for resisting this type of water testing. >> very concerned there are more pipelines still unsafe that haven't been tested yet. >> pg&e says it believes someone damaged the pipeline with a backhoe. still to come, the verdict is in, conrad murray convicted in the death of halloween. what could be next for conrad murray. why kim kardashian and her husband were meeting with the pastor who married them.
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>> in china i will make $2,000 u.s. a month. but the cost of living is $300 a month. they provide health insurance, which is huge. >> she started teaching two years ago. something she always wanted to do. she was working as a investment manager. now she finds herself in a profession scaled back by budget cuts. she sees brighter prospects in china. >> years ago, it was equal to the united states. like, okay, i am doing well in the united states and i could do the same thing in clina. now it's a better opportunity. >> reporter: she is not alone. one major u.s. firm says as the economy contracted in the
united states t seen an increase looking east, particularly towards china. >> wouldn't anybody want to work in a country where gdp growth of 9% is considered slow. >> reporter: there has been demand for construction and infrastructure work. not all job seekers are out of work, but some are seeking adventure. she says concerns over the economy are dominating. >> we believe everything will pan out soon. we are just in a rough time. at this point, you got to do what is best for you to survive. it's kind of what i am doing. loess look that morning lowes. it will be very cold over night. especially in the north bay. temperatures in the 30s. even upper 20s in the north bay, especially the mountains.
33 santa rosa. 32 napa. low 40s for the bay shores. upper 30s for the south bay. as well inland val as. temperatures rebound to the mild side. low 60s in the south bay. 62 san jose. 60s for the bay shores. cool close to the coast line, 54 half moon . 50s in san francisco, and richmond. we are going to see changes roll in to the bay area this week. thursday afternoon, rain approaching. see the light rain at 4:00. heavier rain later that evening. moderate rain by 8:00. moving south through the over night hours. continuing. 4:00, friday morning, the rain turns to showers and it will taper off into the afternoon. a look at your extended
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against george formen. was just by all account as great guy. fell upon finance hard times. spend the end of his life living inside the gym in philadelphia which he owned. probably the one thing that really escaped joe frazier, should have come his way, built a statue of sylvester stallone, joe frazier born and bread in philly, still without a trophy. joe frazier should have lived to see that trophy in philadelphia. after a slow start, here come the sharks. they are working tonight. looking to move into second place in the pacific division. patrick marleau, it was 1-1 when he beat quick in san jose went to work in the second. sharks on the power play.
sharks win 4-2. sharks in second place behind dallas now in their division. giants got better today. they gave up sanchez to do it. traded to kansas city. up and down throughout his giants career. had the stuff but never the consistency and this melky cabrera, 18 home runs, 87 rbis with kansas city. if you are looking for a question mark, he is only 26 years of age. already played with the yankees, braves, kansas city, this will be his fourth team. he will be the giants center fielder. nfl waiting for philadelphia to explode. michael vic and company versus the bears of chicago. 3-4 the record. versus, as we said, matt forte and company. fumbles the ball. scoops it up.
philadelphia is rolling. 10-10. he had 133 yards with two fumbles. jay cutler going to work here. remember who he was engaged to -- >> [ inaudible ]. >> they broke up. they win 30-24, the bears beat the eagles. they are now 3-5. that was airline bennett from jay cutler. stanford moves up in the bcs rankings. they are 4th. alabama sticks in the top three. oklahoma state right there. stanford has a chance to gain favor. they host oregon on saturday night. chris suffered another concussion. his third in 11 months. this young fellow will be out of the oregon game. excuse me, third in 13 months.
no word on if he will play this season or what the future holds. tiger woods caddy steve williams apologized to his former boss today. he made a insensitive remark at a banquet. as usual as the banquets people were drinking. tiger woods was 6,000 miles away. he said, yeah, it was hurtfuller said he accepts his apology. doesn't think he is a racist. he made $10 million working for woods. wrigley field chicago, not inside. you can do it right out in front. the winner from sweden. he is also the x game champion. that's enough of that. when we were talking bout joe
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