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(male announer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news.
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>>pam: there are reports that the officers fired 30 shots. the suspect was on felony probation. he got out of the car. and he was only holding a pellet gun but they fired 30 shots. to reset astonish you. >> this was an innocent person getting killed by >> teresa: she is standing in front of the makeshift memorial of person on that that is of her son from an officer involved shooting guard the last couple of weeks have is been tough. a very tough. the statement for an independent investigation for the mayor's request.
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>> the mayor's gesture was a positive step towards justice for my son we hope that at the next city council meeting we will have the votes that will be cast. for an outside agency. >>reporter: mitchell said that he was the oldest son and he leaves behind a three year old. >> i miss everything about him. his ways and i am going to get have this. and what are you going to cope? there are plenty of things that i miss about him. were you going to--make. he was always pretty much a nice, polite and happy person. how >>reporter: in vallejo, kron 4. >>pam: april leavkaroly-this happened in east oakland a parolee was able to escape
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after this car crash. >> there were like going 60 m.p.h.-100 m.p.h.! >>reporter: that is the description of this bmw police chase and oakland police. ended here. the bmw smashed. it >> this car smashed into this car. for >>reporter: firefighters use the jaws of life to get that woman out of her car. she was able to speak and was taken to one area of hospital. listen, that bmw-- after that bmw. for hit that white bus that was full of mentally challenged people. and it left that passenger behind. they are described as having that person with a knack tattoos. >> he is short with brown skin. and having tattoos on his neck-- >> and this whole for he was going? they do not say. and people are not happy. they
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say whatever speeds were reached it was not appropriate near that school. >> even if they are a murder suspect, or fugitive they should not be going 100 m.p.h.! oakland police need to get their things together. there were going too fast. and they are in danger in the community with this incident. >>reporter: j. r. stone, kron 4. >>pam: oakland police have been alerted to a new crime trend. more often than not and also a story only on kron 4 boa what they are after. >> these tiny carriers of a deadly disease. east bay officials say that the west nile virus is turning up in more mosquitoes and birds. >> that puts us past the total numbers for last year. >>pam: of fogging trucks go out again tonight we are there. what you can do to protect yourself and where
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they are going to. >> right no health officials are foggy and for mosquitos to try to stop the spread of west nile virus. alicea? >> pam, the contra costa control is trying to stop the rate of infection. all of this fogging to help spread the antioch spreading of west nile. two people of tested positive the number of mosquitos & animals continues to increase. >> so far this year we've had more mosquito activity than we did for all of last year. and we still have four-six weeks left. we definitely need to still stay concerned about west nile and take all the necessary precautions. >> they believe there are more people out there with the virus because normally there are no symptoms.
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neighbors that we spoke to welcome to this. >> spring to protect you. and west nile virus. they are sprain--to protect you. you could have muscular problems. >> you could make sure that west nile virus is quite deadly. >>reporter: they say that the pesticide been used will not hurt humans. while they're out there to protect the public there are things that you can do to protect yourself. wearing repellent and no standing water around your home court in antioch, kron 4. >> the cdc to saying that this new with national figures on the west nile. the number of human cases has topped 3000. over 500 were reported in the past one week. 134 people have died this year. that is an
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increase of 16 from just the week before. the government says that this is the highest they have seen in nine years. >> at 8:00 p.m. tonight a traffic nightmare near city hall. all are round tonight major events with hundreds of thousands of people in this area. the red hot chili peppers planning a civic center plaza of private cont concert. all of these roads are blocked. and these concerts' go all the way up to the city hall from polka street. grove street is blocked and only northbound traffic is getting around between growth and mcallister. if that was not enough? it is also opening night tonight at the symphony and a show tonight at the opera. van ness/franklin is also blocked. reggie kumar is live near city hall. with
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100,000 of his closest friends. >> as you mentioned, maj gridlock. it all starts at the 101 freeway. and all the way to larkin street. larkin street is closed. that is where this is taking place the entire area around city hall is fenced off. from the mosconi's tenor i took harrison street to larkin street. it took me about 35 minutes of that is how bad it is in that portion of the city. let me show you this video. this is the wrong the minestrone center. mineta sills sconference is going on. that-were that sells conferences going on and thousands of people are in attendance. san francisco police officers-sales office conference foot traffic it was bumper to bumper even for the cars. people trying to get to three different
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events. the red hot chili peppers planning at city hall. these & in the and the opera show. and the san francisco opera they could not believe the backup. and the symphony. >> it was pretty frustrating. just to do it one step at a time. you might as will just listen to the radio. the giants game also starts soon. >> the concert is expected to end at 10:00 p.m. expect these road closures to remain in effect from 6:00 p.m. tomorrow another concert tomorrow for its sales force employees. reporting live, reggie kumar, kron 4. >> temperatures are once again on the cooler side this afternoon. 70's for the inland valleys. temperatures for in the 70's for the north bay but it is pretty much in the 60s. thweek will see a bit cooler
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temperatures coming up. >> decision 2012. we now know that president obama and the gop contender will talk mainly about the autonomy for the first debate. a list of topics talking about the--economy. the first three of the six segments will focus on the economy. the other will focus on health care and the role of government and government governing. the first the bed debate is in university of colorado. most of the remarks have been focused on a secret reporting and a private fund-raiser. he called 40 percent of americans supporters of of, that to not pay taxes. randy is not backing down from those comments. he is trying to turn the tables using the presidential controversial comments caught on tape over the years. we will bring you
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that, later. >> the space shuttle endeavor is starting its first stop in houston texans are ripening california off on friday, details coming up. it was in houston-texas. arriving in california, later. >> local tuition could be increasing in january for schools. >> the demand for the iphone 5 continues to skyrocket. it has pressed back the shipment date for online orders for no one month. the lines in front of apple storage is growing and options on ebay are also going over $1,500. that coming up. >> the giants fever and it is catching on at at&t park. why the giants fan said that they will clinch the division title sutsooner than later.
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>>pam: nasa started his departure from cape canaveral, fla. towards california. it was on top of a modified 747 flew from the kennedy center wednesday morning to houston and texas. it landed at ellington field. with a low altitude passes over several areas and houston near the space center in houston the night in houston before leaving for california on friday morning. let us take a look of the route. . and it will detour after el paso, texas. and then it will continue to california thursday night at edwards
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air force base. friday morning, it will start its tour of california. flying towards the central valley. with a low altitude pass over sacramento and going towards the bay area. we expect it to a rise between 8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. it could very on cloud conditions or the weather. it will have a cloud coverage over other be a real landmarks with 1,500 ft.. also the nasa research center in moffett field. there is an informal the old party scheduled. and lax are around noon charles comfort, kron 4 cured there is i-- party at the-moffett field planned. >> partial eclipse of the sun from curiosity cameras from the planet mars. it seems that it is getting
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impacted by three different eclipses' from last week and continued to today. these photographs will help the future trend for the other mars moon. >> a stolen cello was found by a security guard three blocks away in front of the opera house. this is surveillance video of the suspected thieves. a man, a woman walking into the building and walking out with a cello. still, they are on the loose. >> students in california could have to pay more to attend class is as early as the month of january. the california state university system will see eight to one of $50 million cut of the temporary tax measure will fail. there will see $21 $5 million in cuts. and if that happens? $215--
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>> students millions. could be impacted from this $215 million. >> i come from a low-income family. right now i am struggling just to pay my own rent. >>reporter: board of trustees wants to increase tuition. beginning in the month of january of proposition a 30. the temporary tax measures will fatal and november. >> $150 might not be a big difference for some people but it is for me >>reporter: that would bring the difference from $3,000 per semester. >> i am always taking out student loans. it is impacting the and my family's. for >>reporter: it is a bitter pill for it students especially that that $150 is on top of a $249 increase
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that started it this semester. >> have to worry about food, groceries, rent, books, tuition it is going to be a mother lode. >> the board of trustees is also discussing other fees from the government possibilities if they do not tax with a repeat feet. they have decided to wait and table that discussion until the month of november. dan kerman, kron 4. >>pam: the first of the high-speed rail getting the green light. the decision from the federal railroad administration was the last hurdle before construction could begin near fresno. but there's still the possibility of legal delays including one central valley group. it claims that the state cannot review environmental concerns. the total price is at least $68 billion. when it is
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completed it will go from sacramento towards san diego cured and a riot at folsom prison left 10 inmate in the effort. this was at a maximum security 10 inmates--was ain injured. and one inmate was shot from a prison guard. no word on the cause. >> we are going to see very little change is going for tomorrow but more changes by friday. the wind will clear that fog and cooling the temperatures. 60s, 70's expected for tomorrow. however, 80s but short lived as the good towards cooler weather. and temperatures are going to be in the '70s in the south by. 77 degrees in los gatos. semaphore in san jose. in an velez, 70's, 80's, and 84 degrees in antioch. 83 degrees in fairfield. 60s with upper 60s, for the
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coast. it should clear, earlier tomorrow. more sunshine and temperatures will be more widespread 70's. a look at your extended forecast with much of the same as we go towards friday. warmer weather expected and less fog. pumping up and as a disturbance moves over towards the weekend that will bring us more cloud coverage and cooler weather. >>pam: gary? >> coming up the latest from detroit and alex smith. pressing along. we will have that story and the high school coach of the week. we that story and the high school coach of the week. we will hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. that story and the high school coach of the week. we will oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier?
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the line it will take one month to get to you. also there are concerns that these new iphone users could 4 could 4 g network. fed overload that 4 g not work. gabe slate tech report >> if you to not want to wait for one month perhaps you should think about waiting outside. or on the bay, they are promising to ship it out. however, they are going at $1,500! and that is with a two-year contract. they are wheel. with hours left on them. who knows how much it will end up? $2,000 for an iphone 5? crazy. it is obvious that it is going to be a success. what does that mean that it
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will be on the faster 40 network. a faster experience if that four-g network will hold out. it is possible that that work could be the problem. congestion, and a slower speeds than expected and possibly losing that 4 g ago. on fortunate, will have to wait and see. the entire t mobile industry is on the will age of its seat. the carriers believe that they are ready for this. they have spent spent two years building this network and technology to get ready for the iphone 5. and we can see why that they have gotten rid of on the debt debt with the exception of sprint. having that getting rid of that-unlimited data
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information. sprint does not havean l g t network a sprint 5 will run on the old 3 g a network.
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the box office. a steady trickle of giants fans getting tickets all day. bothers, son's going towards at&t park to get the 2012 squad. >> they just work together to get a lot of teamwork. >> with the division teamwork within grasp they are looking at the post season and the possibility for a world series title. >> the have the pitching and defense. >> some of the other fans, the niners fans were also better but also mainly orange and black. >> they're going well and they could keep going. >> some people driving four hours and this woman even flew in from the united kingdom. this team has a chance to win every time they take the field. >> it is amazing they have done a great. half. (b ritish accent) >> will have more with gary
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radnich coming up, later. new tonight at 8:00 p.m. police have released a sketch of two suspects that were part of a break and at the fremont home. a 49 year- old woman was at home sleeping. she woke up and she was a run by four men. they beat her and tried to prevent her from leaving. she was able to escape. no arrests have been made. >> people are on edge as women are under attack with two different groupings and a sexual assault. police think that the same suspect is to blame. the first was on august 20th on fulton street near hamilton. and university. we show you west a palo alto and the second was on august 29th between neiman marcus, nordstrom's. and just this morning before 7:00 a.m. and attempted sexual assault
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this was more serious. this woman was running near palo alto park. the suspect came from behind and grabbed her breasts. and a trucker to the ground. video-it--this took her to the ground. there are several people out there this morning and we're checking out the police suspect sketch. it was posted near the scene. they are concerned. his behavior could be escalating and asking for the women to be extremely careful. there is no sketch of the suspect today but these are the sketches of the groping of earlier incidences'. >>pam: tonight at 8:00 p.m. it is been 1 years since they discovered the body of this woman burning. a witness said that no witness testified but she was killed by her boyfriend, hector
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garcia. he was an alleged drug dealer and also they saw her getting tied up. during a methamphetamine fueled party. also new tonight a california man who pleaded " no contest " to manslaughter in the death of his girlfriend last year want to change his plea he says that he was in a trance and felt the pressure to accept the plea deal of manslaughter. he was a richly charged with second- degree murder. the body was discovered at the base of a cleft during the vacation in poway. the judge has not ruled on the change of the plea. and the east bay uc police are looking for a man that is posing as a maintenance man will exposing himself to women. he has struck three women on uc campuses. justine?
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>> this is quite scary. >> at the university of albany this suspect is breaking trust. three times he says that he is at somebody's apartment to do repairs. it was the third time that he asked permission to use the restroom. after that he exposed himself. >> it makes you feel insecure. it is not a completely safe area. >> police are warning people about this crime alert and to look out for a man in his fifties. 6 ft. tall with thinning, gray hair. also, it when people are going to get inside they should try to show a university identification. in albany, justine, kron 4. >> iphone, smart phone,
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cellphone. >> it is the most commonly taken on a street robberies. >> today oakland police are showing this crackdown on oakland gangs. patricia will only see on kron 4. we will update the numbers would be stashed their photographs only on kron 4. armed robbers are targeting and working in groups and streets in oakland. so far, this year if they have made 850 arrests of violent crime cases. oakland police chief, howard cross george and said that several robbery suspects was uncovered new information about the targeting at tactics. >> these are crews. they have already been arrested for multiple robberies. we were able to base our intelligence and information the receive from anonymous tips and evidence. we have identified these crews of people cured robberies have
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been a very, very important topic that is played over community in the past several months. >> chief jordan says that they're after haazig madyun goes inside the evidence room to show you the number one item. this is only a store that you will see here on kron 4. >> these cellphones by the dozens. the no. 1 attraction for people in oakland. >> if you look a the cellphones on this table is more than several hundred dollars. a typical cellphone can return about a 100 or several hundred dollars. the same as a laptop computer or in an ipad. premier li they have been targeting a street robbery crimes, victims. primarily--if they are distracted by the electronic device. a majority have been women talking on cellphones. >>reporter: since the month of june. in 144 reported
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smart phones stolen. >> this is a crime of opportunity other individuals are committing these crimes and taking advantage of that window of crime. somebody is not paying attention and the victim is typically not paying attention to their surroundings. >> in oakland haazig madyun kron 4. >> it was cooler with the fog clearing. and temperatures stayed in the 60s, the 70's. we did see some low 80s for the inland valleys and the degrees near the coast. but we will see much of the same tomorrow with changes coming in. and details coming up. >> lindsay ...lohan and trouble again..
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>> welcome back. mitt romney is not apologizing to overcome this continues to dominate the campaign trail. as catherine heenan explained. we have more. >>catherine: mitt romney is not breaking down he is embracing it. >> it is not who cares about the poor or middle class. i care. he does. ? i, he! he has proven that in four years. >> the president responded on david letterman. response is that if you want to be president you have to work for everybody. >>catherine: metro leasing that 47 percent of americans are relying on government and the economy is in
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trouble. >> we will long line of trouble that are not running from across the as if the olympics are still going. >>catherine: another is a counter attack with audio and a familiar story outlined. >> redistribution. >>catherine: that is from 1998. with senator barack obama talking about redistribution of wealth. as things continue to simmer on the campaign trail of the rothe republicans did have some good news with the republican national committee had $35.6 million and the month of august. catherine heenan, kron 4. >>pam: still had the updates on the giants, the rockies and the picture of the a's goes down as they battled the detroit tigers in detroit. all of your sports, coming up.
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>> lindsey lohan was out in the town and the big apple at this exclusive club " to the electric room " it was after midnight when she hit a restaurant c fanook with her porsche. she hit a restaurant cook.. she was released from jail. the trouble star has already had scrapes with the law was t wo duis they do not think that drugs or alcohol played a role but that they are saying that the injured star was slurring her words and it is probably much a do ... about nothing. there is
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surveillance video that we are reviewing. >> as a reminder. get all of your entertainment news at 7:00 p.m. here on kron 4. and 7:30 p.m. entertainment tonight. to watch the blue angels during fleet week, tune into kron 4. fasaturday, october 6th at 3:00 p.m. >> current temperatures remain cool. as we take a look closer to the coast teeley city and the 60s in napa and portions for the inland valley. chilly night tonight as you go out the door tomorrow the fog is expected but it could clear. who will still see temperatures in the '60s and
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'70s. however, those temperatures in the north could clear but warming those temperatures back into the 70's, 80's for the bay area. saturday, changes will return. cloudy and cooler conditions will return for this weekend. temperatures will be 70's through cupertino, milpitas. 77 degrees in los gatos. the inland valleys will also cease 70's but will see some low 80s. we will also see those-70's and the east bay shores. and along the coast will stay cool. 60s. through san francisco but mainly 70's for the north bay. to a look at your extended forecast with much of the same tomorrow. the wind is going to start increasing tomorrow and raleigh increasing by friday. sunny skies, warmer temperatures. but short lived. with
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relief-increasing by friday with more cloud coverage and sunday. go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates. fa >> good evening, everybody the a's new the they were going to be a difficult road trip. they started this at 0-2. and it brett anderson who has been great sense coming back from the surgery. however, on the 48 patch he left with the bases loaded. after that, it was all for detroit. cabrera for his first home run in these season. the first for the rbi by making it a triple crown. by the way, a
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strained all bleak for brett anderson record 6-2. tied with the orioles. and again it is only going to get more difficult could need to turn it around, quick three-one, colorado rockies at san francisco. prior to the game the petaluma little league were honored. and some of the giants were signing and posing for photographs. they have a great pre-game ceremony at home plate. well deserved. the petaluma getting under. >> alex smith talking about looking for trouble. he was initially fined $15,000 for going to a press conference. he was born in san francisco giants have to. if you are interviewed at a press conference he was-a-going on his way to san francisco
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giants ahat.. and we gave him just one morning he is expected to wear official gear... but my and now jackson is looking at 0-3 with powerhouse could spur coming in the sunday at the coliseum. we will hear from a couple of players. you have to be optimistic. a professional athlete better things are coming, hopefully. >> it hurts to lose but we have to put it behind us. it cannot impact on how we play for the rest of the season. we a long season and everybody is willing to work and has a great attitude. >> we still of a good defense but just not the excuse. we still have to stay on schedule and get on schedule. >> the insides of mcfadden.
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>> a couple of things really bother me and that is when i love broadcasting sports. typically, however, josh morgan used to play for the 49ers. he made a bad decision on the sunday. they were in the range to make a field goal but in the heat of the moment he threw the ball at the opposing player. penalty, and watch as they lost the game. he has been receiving death threats on twitter. and even more than just one. believe me, i know that this sounds. if i go to my anti-twitter. but i take 100 of those on a per day for the radio i understand the racket. however, when you put the ability to communicate in the hands of a week a little person in giving these people the power. some person is
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standing on a box some people use twitter. that they should be held accountable. >> that should be the next step. >> so you cannot make death threats. that is really crossing the line. >> and i know that this sounds bad. and i'm talking but successful people. perhaps if they have a role in the church, raising children or helping other people. but these people that sit a round and just insult and put to death threats on people. in person, they would never, ever go up and say i do not think much of you or this or that. that is why i like the people writing a letter. i understand that it takes more but the twitter is instant. that is the one thing. the have to have it regulated. >> absolutely! and you would never say to that in person
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and he would probably ask for hi for his autograph. >> let me show you the coach of the week. a great guy from coniston high-school. he used to play at--sabres but now he is from gunnison high school. >> now i can see what headaches i gave to the coaches and i can retrace the route. >> it is tough for you because you used to be a professional athlete and now you are a high school. do you make that adjustment? >> yes for the most part the parents watched replays of the new white was an have an understanding. they watched me play--and a new-2 was. and they wanted to play for me as a coach. >> gary: what is cool about him is that he is paying for
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his own uniforms out of his own pocket of of the high school students. $3,000 out of his own pocket. >> the total required. >> that is the role a great guy. back in a moment. really a great guy
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>> take a look this is in turkey. this jersey was stolen from a fan. he tried
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to get away and after he threw it, he also tried to run away. however, it was finally returned. run away. however, it was finally returned. >> se[ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank.
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