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an area in san joaquin county. it is the same area where shermantine was taken one month ago promising investigators to find more bodies. shermantine is one of the tomb and dub as the speed freak killers. j.r stone is following this story and has been all along. he is joining us now in the story with the new developments >>j.r: i have been mingling back and forth with officials from the fbi who tell me, this is not a bonds surged. it is a site survey. crews are busy at work. here are pictures from the area and the central valley that is close of to the public. this picture shows a very rural area outside of land in california which is northeast of stockton. this second picture is obviously from a distance of but in it, you can make out some of the machinery that those with the fbi have on site
>> they have their heavy machinery there. you would think that once they find at least one of these wells they would get to work in day. the last time they dug a well it to them at least a week. >>pam: and 110 shooting victim may soon be well enough to be released from children hospital in oakland. if the shooting took place last thursday at his home. below boy was struck by one of 16 shots fired by an unknown shooter. the bullet remains lodged in the boys live for. his father says his son is feeling better after receiving some of the get well cards. >> i a.m very happy right now.
>> his father says if there is no negative reaction to the stitches he could be released from a children's hospital within the next 24 hours. >> the santa clara elementary school principal accused of dealing in date rape and other drugs had hidden cameras in his san francisco apartment lyrics police are looking for evidence that he may have been secretly recorded people without their consent. asked >> eric d lewis had no fewer than 10 hidden cameras
in his apartment including one hidden in the nose of a teddy bear. police found quantities of methamphetamines and the the date rape drug dat.
according to the police record santa clara county specialize in force the team found cameras and a teddy bear, a coat hanger, a cigarette lighter and a watch this, all inside of his bedroom. also sees or computer files. since they are under heavy scrutiny. some >> in particular because of his access to minors and because it was a principal, they want to make sure that there are no minors involved. >> the principle here at montague elementary school our colleagues in parents expressed shock, he faces five drug-related felonies. the police report details his arrest after arranging to meet an
undercover agent he met through a gate dating web site. >> one investigator commented, there was no clear reason to have so many hidden cameras, especially one hidden in a teddy bear.
this may lead to crimes we find on his computer. if >> is what could make this serious is is there is some type of sexual assault or videotaping of people who are under the influence or had been drugged by this man. >> he remains in jail, $25,000 bail. he will be back in court on friday. >>pam: a second man has now been charged in a deadly shooting at an oakland or restaurant. lamar fox is facing several charges including murder after police say he opened fire as we jimmy's restaurant and jack london square. the april 2011 shooting left eight people dead and five others wounded. police said the victims were caught in a crossfire when a gang fight broke out. >> in san francisco, size matters, when it comes to apartments. the board of supervisors is considering changing the
building code to allow construction of the smallest apartment in the nation. justine waldman shows us just how small that would be. >> this is the smallest little apartment you can have a california. >> a developer mocks us through this small apartment. asked we get to see what life would be like inside a small space. >> this comes out to be equal in size bed. >> right now and sanford's is still a living room has to be at least to the other 20 square feet. to show you what 220 sq ft looks like we market out on the floor. this entire space would include your living room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and closet. sixsix >> you could even sleep on this. >> supporters say the smaller
living spaces mean cheaper construction costs which then translates a lower rent. critics are concerned that not all the apartments look as nice and that could open the door for cramped and nasty conditions. these are small apartments with big implications for the city's future. >> this has become the belong call that the fines and replacement rafts. it happened on national television, the monday night game, a costa the green bay packers a win. the seahawks trailed by five squids, it was fourth and 10. the seahawks basically threw up a hail mary. it appears to be intercepted but the receiver also managed
to get his hands in their, the rest called it a touchdown for the seahawks ruling both players had simultaneous session. it looked like an interception to most people. look at what the rats missed. the rest should have thrown a flag. the nfl released a statement today, not apologizing and saying in part there should of been a penalty for offensive pass interference which should have ended the game. the president has always been saying nfl fans on both sides of the aisle hope that the lockout is settled soon.
>> i did not think that it was a touchdown. i thought that the pass was intercepted. talks >> we ask you on facebook, how do you feel about a controversial call. people are furious. we will have more comments coming up later in the show. >>pam: speaking of football, construction is it a milestone on the new 49ers stadium. kron4 got an up close look at the work. >> here is a live look outside from the golden gate bridge. we are seeing thick fog along the bridge, more widespread fog is expected for tomorrow. more on that coming up.
today, we got a sneak peek. the 50 yd line, the center of the field had its marker. everything else was being built around it. construction at the halfway mark. executives tell us there will be four more stories built on top of what is already there. at the current moment there are 400 workers, mostly higher workers. there will be 1700 people worki they tell us the weather has been great. they're hoping for a good winter. they tell us they are on a very tight, rigorous schedule but they do plan on opening for the 2014 season. >>catherine: the president had of the world as his stage today he was making the last address as its first turned to the u.s. general assembly. he used the occasion to talk u. s. ideals. >> the president says it
cannot be just up to the u.s. to protect religious rights and free speech. the president asked for unanimous condemnation of the mob that killed the u.s. ambassador to libya and three others. hear from the america's embrace of all religions. >>president obama: the teacher must not belong to those this land of a profit of as long, but to be credible, those who condemn the as latter must also condemn the hate we see in the images of jesus christ that are desecrated or churches that are destroyed. or, a holocaust that is denied. >> the president took on a number of issues that trade between america and the muslim world warning iran that the world is growing impatient with its secrecy around the nuclear program. >>president obama: america wants to resolve the issue and we believe there is still time and space to do so.
>> a lesson in freedom of expression. >>president obama: at a time so when anyone with a sulfone can spread offensive it used with the click of a button, the notion that we can control the flow of information is obsolete and on this, we must agree, there is no speech that justifies a mindless of violence. >>catherine: while the president was there, mitt romney was joining paul ryan in ohio. they will be there for a couple of days. this trip comes as the washington post poll finds the president is leading mitt romney 52-44% in ohio. romney argued today that the president is not being tough enough on iran. >> words are words, you need to show the kind of action that suggests that we're serious about what we're saying in those actions would include it should include crippling sanctions, indicting ahmadinejad
, treating the diplomats. >> he stopped at this store to buy his tenure old daughter hunting gear. >>jaqueline: things are still fairly warm and places like antioch. and this afternoon the fog bank is sitting well offshore. it will be pushing back into the bay shore is and our inland valleys. more extensive fog as we head into tomorrow morning. temperatures will be a tad bit
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today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight. >>grant: nfl replacement rest got it wrong and it cost the packers the game.
>>pam: a pregnant woman injured in shooting in oakland. kron4 is on the scene, and we will have a live update at 5:30 p.m.. >> today we're looking at science fiction becoming tomorrow's reality. >> governor brown visited the google headquarters to sign a bill that allows a global driverless cars one step closer to our roads. >>pam: a few other new laws signed today. a new plan for state parks in the wake of plant closures and the scandal. those stories and more coming up at 5:30 p.m.. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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the shooting. her condition is unknown at this point. behind me, you can see investigators still gathering evidence. here is a look at the video. 37 markers are seen on the street. a large number of bullet casings are there as well. at this point we do not know the exact details of the shooting. investigators are still out here gathering evidence and talking with witnesses tried to figure out what happened. as we said, a pregnant woman was caught in the middle of the gunfire. she was hit by flying glass, she was not hit by bullets. when we do get more information we will bring it to you live in oakland. >>pam: reggie kumar will be back at 6:00 p.m.. >> today, we're looking at science fiction becoming tomorrow's reality, a self driving a car. >>pam: gov. jerry brown
visited the google headquarters to sign a bill into law that brings the driverless cars from google one step closer to the road. he was joined by the co-founder of google's who was very passionate about the project. >> the governor surprised the media by blow it up to the google headquarters in mountain view in one of his autonomous cars that drives itself. apparently, he was impressed.
>> this of driving a car is another step forward in a small margin of the california pioneering the future in the leading not just the country, but the world. >> the center alex idea authored the bill. >> each year hundreds are injured or die in automobile accidents, most of which are caused by human error. these vehicles have the potential to >> it has the power to change people's lives. >> the co-founder of google believes the this technology can help people who cannot drive. >> there are many people who are underserved by transportation today. people who are blind, some people with other disabilities,
people who are too young or people who are too old, people are too intoxicated, there are many reasons why today people are underserved by transportation. >> google want to have these cars available to the public within five years. >>pam: state parks are also getting a boost from new laws signed by the governor. the new laws will keep the park is open and ensure greater oversight. this comes that in the wake of a scandal in which officials hit a $54 billion while parks were slated to close due to budget issues. >> the parents of a teenager who was killed along with a state assemblyman and celebrated as a of a new law aimed at cracking down on under age 43.
a new law which takes effect next year requires chaperones 25 or older to make sure that there are no minors caught drinking. >> california voters will get their say on whether or not to overturn capital punishment. a new poll shows most californians are in favor of keeping the death penalty. 42 percent of likely voters say they favor with the rest say california should retain capital punishment. >>pam: sam mateo county has passed a plan to build a multimillion-dollar jail in san mateo but the controversy is far from over.
city officials say a new facility would reduce overcrowded but the opponents who were out in force today say that more should be invested in alternative programs. low >> they both say they want the same thing, to make sure that inmates do not become repeat offenders. >> investing in drug treatment centers and the mental abuse centers. >>will: a new deal will help reduce overcrowding and if anything provide more programs.
it was rather cool closer to the clothesline. we will see widespread fog into tomorrow morning, more than what we saw out there today. that will mean it will be slower to clear and temperatures will be tackled are. we will take a look at to address in your neighborhood coming up. >> the 68024 interchange, on traffic is moving slowly. if you have the right smart fumbled with the right software
today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight.
temperatures executive remained cool close to the coastline. away from the coastline we are seeing warmer conditions periods for as we head into tomorrow, because the fog is still lingering it will spread inland oversight and we will have more widespread trick is cooler temperatures into to my left. temperatures are running more in the '60s and '70s brief we will still sees the degree readings of mainly for the inland valleys curious the thursday and friday less fog is expected. more sunshine means warmer temperatures. even at the close line to return for increased to the upper 60s in the '70s. more on that in a moment.
for the east bay shore, a mix of '60s and '70s. but coleslaw will be shrouded in fog drop the day. flawlessly 70's in the north bay tomorrow after the fifth if fear is a low figure extended forecast sherif tomorrow will be cooler the police sought to 80th into the weekend, warmer weather expected. 70's at the coastline. you can get the latest forecasts on comcast channel 93, our 24-separatist up. >>pam: kron4 is giving you the best seat anywhere to walked one of the less exciting events of the year, the blue angels
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many people who live on the street do not want to go on camera. guys take a look at these below holes. >> a family was afraid to sleep in our own homes after an 11 year-old was shot in his death last week. he was struck by one of 16 bullets that were shot through his home. the bullet will remain lodged in his liver as doctors considered it too risky to remove. he will soon be released from hospital and his father tells haaziq madyun that the family is still too afraid to return to the house.
>> j.r stone is joining us now with new developments. >> this location is extremely rule and remote, 15 mi. northeast of stockton. >> the road is closed off to traffic as fbi agents sort through cruise. >> he is not making this up. >> officials escorted shermantine out of prison last month to point out locations for human remains.
it's damn at this location is within sight of where fbi officials are currently doing what they call a site survey. >> once they get in there, they will find bodies. shermantine has been very open about it. >>pam: new revelations in the rest of the south bay elementary principle in charges of possession and selling he had several hidden cameras and now police are going
through its computer files. >> the d.a. will want to look at any videotapes and hard drives that they found on the computer they want to know if anyone was abused by this defendant. that will be important for the d.a. to focus on. in particular because of its access to minors and because he was a principled want to make sure that there are no minors about. >> he is the principle of montague elementary school. >> police are looking for this
man, they say you probable oil south bay banks. >> here you can see him in these surveillance images wearing a san jose's white shirt. >>pam: tonight at 6:00 p.m., technology may allow riders on the golden gate very scary and on muni to crack the code into ride for free. stanley roberts reported yesterday, a securities law is a with a very specific type of clipper card. tonight, dan kerman explains how it works and what transit
officials are doing about it. >> a securities law has been the start of a limited used for cards. >> a new generation of smart phones could be used >> these smart phones must have and as the technology like the samsung galaxy and must be loaded with the software program designed to rebuff transit agencies.
>> temperatures were about the same as what we saw out there yesterday. here is a live look outside from our roof camera. temperatures right now are all close to the coastline. so we are vortices more widespread fog coverage into tomorrow. >>pam: several students at high-school are under arrest. the president calls for peace
>> one attorney says that the boys were taken near a room near the coach's office of force to strip down in the heating event. this was the varsity soccer team. >> i blacked out. i remember telling them i wanted the easy way. i tried to read. >> they were sexually assaulted with part of the javelin. police have arrested four students. >>catherine: the president have the world as this stage as he addressed the u.n. general assembly.
he used the occasion to talk about the west and the middle east. >> the president set the tone of his remarks with his first words. chris stevens. >> our future will be determined by people like chris stevens and not his killer. >> the president called a privately produced a video that angered muslims screwed into disgusting. he affirmed the american ideal of free speech. let me be clear, america wants to resolve this issue through diplomacy. we believe that there is still time and space to do so. >> he also called for an end
to the regime of the syrian president. >> the president in the midst of a bruising election battle ended with the theme from his last campaign. he thinks libyans who marched against the mobs. >> in a decision to thousand " we are six weeks away from the presidential election. both mitt romney and paul riot are in a critical state of ohio polls show that they have some catching up to do.
>> you are used to being targeted, you're used to be one of those of battleground states within your power is the ability to very well decide not just to will be the next president of the united states, but what kind of country we will have. >> won a new poll says the president is now leading romney 52%-44 percent among likely voters in ohio. as for the president he is also headed back to ohio and the college towns of bowling green and cancer. more good news about the housing market one index said home prices went up 1.6% between june and july. that is the the third straight month of improvements. that is not the end of it. the average price of homes in those markets have returned to their best levels in nine years low mortgage rates and a
sunshine the and warmer temperatures back into the 90s in our inland valleys and '70s along the coastline. remember, you can get the latest forecast any time. our 24-7 news channel, comcast channel 193. >> here in san francisco, bart officials say they now know what caused it early morning blasts at the civic center bart station a couple of sundays ago take a look at this surveillance video that was released on tuesday. you can see for yourself, a big flash and then smoke filling the station. some transfer out of commission for a while and
today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan.
>> police officers on seen as a pregnant woman was hit by flying glass under a possible gang-related shooting. witnesses say the woman was sitting in this green toyota camry when shots rang out in the neighborhood. witnesses say she got out of the car into should police officers for the class had her abdomen. take a look at some of the bullets that hit this windshields. a pretty dramatic scene. police officers are still here gathering evidence and talking to witnesses. >> here at children's hospital in oakland, the father of a 11 year-old boy is recovering from a violent shooting that took
place at their east oakland home and says he does not want to take his son back to that location. >> i do not want anything to remind me of that. hopefully, i can find a new house to move into. i do not want to call my kids back in that house. sphere >>caller: in the speed freak killer case, fbi agents have close of this section of linden, california. 15 mi. northeast of stockton. there are likely looking for 44 wells that could have human remains inside. they're doing what is called a site survey. they have not started digging, but this is the same area that they found human remains earlier this year. >> in san jose, the investigation may be widening in to drug charges.
>> police are now searching his computer files to try and find out if he made any videos without the participants acknowledged. >>jan: bart officials say that they now know will cause in early morning blast that forced evacuation here at the civic center bart station. it also plays early sunday morning. the bart officials say that the preliminary investigation revealed that the train struck some kind of debris on the track. the debris was able to conduct electricity causing a 1000 old art. that created a big flash and sent smoke into the train station. it is unclear how many people were evacuated.
>> here in san francisco, it is possible that you can write me for free. it is confronted that these limited use clipper card can be hacked into for muni and the golden gate siri. you can add additional rights for free if you have the right smart phone and it is right loaded with the right software. >> >> and santa clara, the 49ers stadium as well on their way. the foundation has been laid. the 50 yd line is in and there are hundreds of workers getting in time. since cover about 20 hours each day as they get closer to the finished project there will be between 1617 hundred people working here. it is expected to be completed by the 2014 season.
>> @ today we're looking with science-fiction becoming tomorrow's reality, a self driving a car. the google co-founder is very passionate about this product. the bill the governor signed into law allows a tool to test driverless cars on public roads before now there were tested and parking lots, private roads or in the nevada, the only other states allow autonomous vehicles on the road. >> in san francisco, work crews stumbled upon a historic relic when they were doing a landscape work. they discover the foundation of the old city hall which was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire. you can see the old bricks and hides. it's archaeologists say they're many layers below the bridge including a large
granite section and a massive concrete section below that. after the scientific work is done the foundation will be covered up again and the landscape for will continue. belt buckle blower weather as it headed to tomorrow. it was much cooler closer to the coastal and thanks to the fog. it is going to be more widespread into tomorrow morning. temperatures in the '60s and '70s are expected. we will see eighties for the inland valleys. 82 and concord. '60s and '70s for our east bay shores. in the north bay temperatures running in the '70s. here is a look at your extended forecast. cooler tomorrow warmer as we head into thursday, friday at
vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight.
for if >>stanley: san francisco is known for its tourist attractions like this qr it is a street in the world. people come from all around to drive on it and take photos. it is another great and beautiful tourist attraction, the asian art museum the antiquate tower. of course, you cannot forget the stunning views trade after
all, cruise ships three people or on the world to see this. if there is something else that the tourists get to see whether they like it or not. >> it is ugly, it messes up your breathing and all of that. >> i do not know if it is coming from this building or neighbors. >>stanley: tonight at 8:00 p.m. i will show you what it is. >>vicki: apparently, getting arrested can be bad for your health. lindsay lohan was rushed to the e.r. blood infection. she says the distress from her hit and run accident has aggravated her pre-existing ammonia. she was hospitalized briefly. tmz is having a field day reminding the public that she is an infamous chain smoker. lady gaga is opening up about her struggles with eating disorders. she revealed on her web site that she has battled anorexia
and bulimia since she was 15 years old. she posted photos of herself and announced that she is creating about a revolution 2013. she wants her web site to be a place for her fans can share their struggles and stories and find support from others. >> chris brown tested positive for marijuana in virginia where smoking is illegal, but the judge, in a hearing says she will not revoke his probation. he was in court for a progress report of his felony battery. he is supposed to hours of committee work. this was a random drug tested he reportedly was able to show a medical marijuana prescription from california. a reminder, you can catch your entertainment is right here on kron4. fi insiders starts at 7:00 p.m. followed by entertainment tonight at 7:30 p.m.. >>pam: the giants given hands on whether or not they will use milk the cabrera for the playoffs and, it was a blown
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>>gary: if you do not want to say was the most embarrassing night in recent nfl history, how about the most talked-about in seattle, the final play of the game. we will spare you the details, just take a look.green bay appe interception, it would've won the game, but it was ruled a touchdown for the seattle seahawks. more than 70,000 calls flooded nfl offices since the salon called by replacement officials a reported $200 million in gambling money when the other way on the call. angry packer fans followed by at the seahawk fans
>> a game being decided by that is ridiculous. i will not watch another nfl game because of this call. >> that should have been called back from the beginning. >> they did their best. what are you going to do for minimum wage? >> let's keep these replacement officials going. >> reportedly, the league in the officials met today. it is something about pensions. the nfl wants to take away their pensions and shift them to a 401k. and this point in time it does not appear as if the nfl, it is not the nfl, it is the owners.
they do not want to pay a pension for part-time employees which is how they look at the officials. the 49ers into the raiders are we in. >>gary: even former president bill clinton felt the need to speak. >> i did not think it was a touchdown. i thought that the defender hit the ground before the rest joined possession. >>pam: do the owners care
about all of these comments? >>gary: if all the sudden the weekend cost them a billion dollars, they would care, but the ratings? the espn post-game show, they have five times the audience because of everything going on. no one wants to sell your product is bad, it is embarrassing, a troy aikman call the league a joke, but if you are still making money hand over fist it is easier to say we will wait until we feel we're happy with the new labor deal. >>gary: without knowing any of the details, if i came up to you and said kron is the richest industry in america, but i really want to take away
your retirement package, you would not just say ok. >>gary: the referees want to be considered full-time and treated with more respect. the league thinks that they can sweated out. like you said last night, i think this might have shifted into gear, they met for eight hours today, reportedly. the next game is thursday night. as the league negotiates, they had time to lay out finance. 1 broncos linebacker was suspended for one game and fined $50,000. if you take off part of the guys here, you'll miss a game. his helmet flew off and he took off part of this year. he is petitioning --
appealing. what are the oakland a's doing at this hour? a big deal. 2-2, oakland is coming into play hanging on to a playoff berth, the giants in a few minutes are going to play out the string with nine games remaining. they are home this evening. bruce boce has been dodging the milky cover a question and whether it might consider putting him on if the giants reached the second round of playoffs, putting him on the roster. boce said he would not have enough at bats to get himself in shape. he said in the next 48 hours they will make it official.
could arnold schwarzenegger's new memoir on his affair with his housekeeper backfire. >> what the former governor is saying about his relationship with maria shriver today. i'm brooke anderson. >> and i'm kevin frazier. "the insider" is on. former politician arnold schwarzenegger and his bombshell revelation. >> now, we know what happened behind the scenes. >> new confessions about sex with the housekeeper. >> how his wife maria confronted him about his secret son. >> what does maria think about you writing the memoir and bringing this up. >> could it link him to other celebrity tell-all authors? good morning. welcome to "today."
>> is matt lauer now taking a pay cut to save the "today" show? >> the new claims. plus, a new health update on robin roberts and her bone marrow transplant. who claimed the show is exploiting her illness for ratings. plus, oprah in curlers and a nightgown. the story behind this look. ♪ why gaga is addressing her past bulimia and anorexia after going public about her weight gain. >> i gained, like, 25 pounds. i really don't feel bad about it. and is hollywood getting more comfortable with curves? >> amy. >> you call yourself fat amy? and "breaking amish" controversy. >> first day in new york. >> inside claims that the reality tv hit putting country people in new york for the first time is a fake. >> it may not be real. now, from hollywood, "the insider" on. we get to the bottom of the "breaking amish" controversy. welcome to "the insider." i'm kevin frazier.
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