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a missing toddler in oakland.. these are photos of this moing's search - sent by the alameda county sheriff's office. daphne webb. >> catherine: here's the latest. police have always said the first 48 hours are crucial in a kidnapping. we're now at hour 150 -- with no sign of the 21- month-old. was taken from her father's john webb's 87- year-old grandmother -- who has dementia -- was in the car. at this point -- her mother is not said to be a suspect. but her father has been arrested and released on child endangerment charges. kron-4's terisa estacio is live in oakland where a news up. >> try to bring baby daphne home. baby deafness working closely with oakland police to do aren't pardon the assisting of the safe return of bay be deafening. the family has set up a website
5:01 pm >> reporter: here is a close-up of baby daphne's mother qiana. she declined to speak at a press conference. where was that john was up at the news conference? they have some answers for us and we will have more at the mission coming up at 6:00 reporting live terisa is thought your kron 4 news. >> catherine: some store owners in downtown oakland had to close their stores for the day. their businesses were vandalized last night - at another rally to protest the >> naso look the on monday night on top and broadway at comerica bank. he concede the bangles hit this place shattered windows and the main interest it was so bad
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that a 45 and morning at 845 a branch manager came out and posted a sign. sorry for the inconvenience will be closed until further nara's. notice. they replaced windows and said that it wasn't safe enough for customers to go inside. you can see in oakland pride store. it talks about how great oakland areas but it did not spare it from the vandalism. across the street is the man's warehouse. it was also vandalize it was inspired last night either. two huge windows need to be replaced. kron4 new spirit
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clean-up efforts are under way today in downtown oakland after a third night of demonstrations against the acquittal of george zimmerman in the trayvon martin shooting case left windows smashed and the streets littered with debris. police said nine people were arrested in connection with monday's protest, and a local businessman said one of the protesters assaulted a waiter. >> catherine: tier of more lawsuits could be the reason for the police standing by. >> i think that has something to do with it. we just paid out a couple of lawsuits cubicle we were picking about king off lawsuits that had gone on the freeway before. they claimed that we brought them up a little bit so we pay close to a million dollars to deal with that suit. >> reporter: is there is
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there concern that cops over do it when they get involved and that's why you received the lawsuits? >> when i see the police watching on around destroying automobiles and heard people that is just going to the other extreme patrick so i think one we have to enforce the law and when you break the window or violate someone rather you are in east oakland or downtown then you need to pay the consequences. >> catherine: focus public safety chairman will talk about that at 6:00 p.m.. >> reporter: you can see some of the issues this is individuals protesting for uni. it has tweet on church
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and the bowl that this is now cleared and now resuming. a number tweet show rolling delays with a market street service until this protest clear spirit market and van ness was to a shutdown and now has three open. reid opened. can a parting killed and a bear inspections. they are holding in visual at third street starting at 6:30 p.m.. catherine?
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coming up on kron4news at 6 vigil tonight at third >> catherine: one of two juries in a dual accused of taking part in school gang rape has reached >> catherine: the jury for marcelles peter publicly released. that's defendant's trial 'also'both marcelles peter and various sexual assault charges. in connection with the 2009 assault when a 16-year-old girl was raped and beaten. it happened at the richmond high school campus during a homecoming dance. >>both men face life in prison >> catherine: members of the victims' families were at the arraignment for white. the brother of one of the victims was overcome with emotion when he talked about what happened. he says his family learned of the murder by watching the news. the two women killed are 35-
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year old khin mah of san lina lim of daly city. >> reporter: during the arraignment a distich clark surveyed the surveillance camera the suspect has listing in tran the store having a dispute over the cost of the previously purchased item. then leaving and returning waiting for other customers to leave and without any suggestion of trouble beginning the massacre. the d.a. says the two victims retreat to the back of the store and another employee does not. the store video shows what shooting at her as well then pulling out a folding knife and cutting her throat. >> uc her final moments and
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you see the terror in her face and the frustration she realizes that she will die. >> reporter: going to the rear of the store and chases and repeatedly stabbed the two victims before leaving the store and firing on the police then ultimately surrendering. it could have been much worse because inside the car with a fully loaded ak-47. he's charged with 16 felonies including two counts of murder and seven counts of attempted murder. i thought justice the anchorman kron 4 news. >> we were waiting in i see you icu she saw my mom
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(crying) said >> reporter:firefighters continue to battle a brush fire in southern california. what you see is called the mountain fire. near idyllwild. and eight thousand acres have burned and mandatory evacuations are in effect. firefighters say it is only ten percent contained. several homes have already been destroyed or damaged, but officials don't have an exact number. damage assessment teams are surveying the aftermath. three firefighters have suffered minor injuries, and are expected to be o-k. there is a camp in the area. camp ronald mcdonald for good times -- where 230 kids are -- has not been
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evacuated. staff and the children are on standby. kron-4 will stay on this story and bring you more information as it comes in. beaten-on cam >> catherine: a search is underway in alameda county for four men who attacked a pregnant woman yesterday. the nine-months- pregnant woman was robbed at gunpoint near hayward in cherryland. the men rammed her car, pushing it onto train tracks near western boulevard and willow avenue. then they smashed her window, grabbed her purse and took off. the woman left the hospital today in good condition. she described two of the men as being in their mid 20s, around 5-foot-nine and wearing all-black clothing >> catherine: some of the passengers from asiana flight 214 are now suing boeing.which manufactured the airliner. the lawsuit says that "mechanical error" may have caused the july 6th crash that killed three and injured more than
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180. attorneys for the passengers say the lawsuit will also question whether evacuation slides and seat belts were working properly. >> catherine: pg&e could pay the largest fine in the history of the state's public utilities commission -- for the deadly 2010 gas pipeline blast. the p-u-c is calling on pg&e to pay at least 300-million in fines. it's part of a proposed penalty of more than 2- billion dollars. it's being recommended that most of the fine be used to improve the safety of pipelines. the blast in san bruno killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes >> jacqueline: it did not clear into the early afternoon and are still seeing fog conditions. epistemic tell cameras shot temperature why is it is really cool out there this afternoon not only at the coast line but also for our inland valleys where temperatures are running only in this 70's at this
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hour at upper 60s and concord. 68 in oakland and hayward. los 70's in the south bay. dense fog in the morning as we move into tomorrow with a slightly warmer conditions as the fall will clear out a little faster. by the end of the week temperatures were hot. >> catherine: still to come. nearly a hundred cats have died in a house fire in san jose. we'll talk to the owner about what happened. a group is suing the n-s-a for illegal surveillance. why san francisco has a major role in the case. and people are on edge after the not guilty verdict for george zimmerman. the incident in hayward that has gone viral. stay with us. the kron-4 news at five continues. [ male announcer ] you know that sizzler grills the world's best steaks. but did you know we've also mastered three incredibly craveable pastas? sizzler's new incredibly craveable combos for just $10.99, right now.
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>> catherine: after a fire gutted a home being used as a cat rescue center in south san jose. kron4's maureen kelly talked to the homeowner.who says she barely escaped herself.. >> they were my kids they were my life. >> reporter:carole miller .who turned this home into a cat devastated by the loss of so many of the animals she dedicated her life to carrying for.this video shows just a small fraction of the crates that are filled with now lifeless
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bodies. only seven felines got out alive.ironically carole says her life was her dog bunnywho she rescued four years ago.who woke her up when the fire started. >> " i took a was a fair and then i realized something was wrong. " >> reporter: fleeing out to this back spread to in front of the gate.trapping her inside. san jose fire says credit should also be given to the 9-1-1 dispatchers who helped direct fire crews to her location. >> reporter:the fire is under investigation.but is not believed to be suspicious.a fire department spokesman says this did not appear to be a hoarding situation.carole says before the fire her home was periodically inspected by san jose animal control.and says she was able to handle the large number of cats.the vast majority of she now is grieving for. maureeen kelly kron4 news. >> " they're gone, they're
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just gone " >>when it comes tong >> catherine: of groups have found common ground. rights activists, church leaders and gun rights advocates have come together to file a lawsuit. they want the n-s-a to stop its electronic surveillance program. the suit was filed here in san francisco. the main plaintiff is the "electronic frontier foundation" = or e- f-f and it's based in the city. members say that electronic surveillance is illegal and unconstitutional. it also wants an injunction the justice department and f-b-i. there's no comment yet from the agencies being sued. >> catherine: happening now. there's still no deal on a new bart contract but both sides are at the table. talks reportedly resumed just after 4 p-m. there were talks yesterday as well. a union rep says they only lasted 20 minutes, but bart officials say they actually went on much longer. the four day strike earlier this month was a headache for commuters. and cost the bay area roughly 73 million dollars. both sides have less than three weeks before a second
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bart strike is possible. there's been progress on safety issues, but union officials say they're still far apart on pay and benefits. >> catherine: a former fremont >> jacqueline: widespread fog in the morning but will clear faster than today. back in the '80s in a number of places tomorrow afternoon by thursday the law only see a little bit of salt. only along the coastline. and that's when it will get hot for the inland valleys. by the 6:00 hour is quite wide spread. but action like this representation of what will happen tomorrow morning. fog for the north bay in east shores in san francisco and
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peninsula in coastline by one. largely in the '50s as you head out the door. if you head into the unknown hours it will be getting into the '80s for some places. more 80 the degree reading spirit for our inland valleys in south bay edging toward the bay area. sunnyvale and clear to clara tina. '80s and very close to the '90s and fairfield current 70's for the most part for our east bay shores. 55 also in oakland and san francisco upper 70's and low eighties for the north bay. warmer than today tomorrow. as the look
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ahead, it will be nothing like that. for the rest of the week and through the weekend. stay with us more news i after the break. ♪
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>> reporter:a legendary bay area musician is assaulted on stage in hayward.after dedicating a song to trayvon martin. you can see the attack happen here. check it out. lester chambers was performing this weekend.when a woman.who you see here. climbed up on stage.and pushed the 73-year old singer over. here it is in slow motion. members of the band helped restrain the woman until police arrived.
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police arrested the woman. 43-year old dinalynn andrews potter. she apparently yelled "it's all your fault" and then used two hands to shove chambers to the ground. chambers family says the attack was racially motivated and is urging police to file hate crime charges. chambers was taken to the hospital, treated, and released, and is said to be sore, and walking with a cane, but doing ok. he lives in petaluma, and his chambers brothers band will be inducted into the r-and- b hall of fame later this year. the woman was arrested for suspicion of battery and released. >> reporter: suspicion of look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: oakland has been under siege. not by your every day criminals, but by vandals. all of them -- protesting the not guilty verdict for george zimmerman. >> catherine: here's the latest. for the third straight day, oakland suffered damage at the hands of vandals during rallies for trayvon martin. the restaurant flora has been hit twice. and just yesterday, a waiter there was hit by a person with a hammer while protesters tried to enter. the waiter spent the night in the e-r, and is said to be o-k. nine people were arrested in yesterday's disturbance. but some are asking why oakland police didn't react sooner, before things got
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out of hand. kron-4's scott rates asked sean whent, the chief of police of oakland. and scott -- what was his answer? >> reporter: oakland police chief talking a little bit over five minutes without before being whisked away. here is a few things he said when asked about the violent protests in oakland. >> we have roughly the same and that we had on sunday night but we had a different crime element that override. crowd element that arrived. going up on the freeway and committing acts of vandalism that occurred. avoid tried to identify more people. i think that is important to know, the number of all rest that appears to below but it
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is a small fraction of the group as committing the vandalism. >> i talked to a lot of the officers last night, and it is in the back of their mind a could be a possibility. but i do not believe that is the case. we have done a lot of training in how to make an arrest in the scenarios spirit is labor intensive. that's what drives it. report >> reporter: lee in oakland scott rates kron 4 news. >> catherine: new protests today against the verdict in the george zimmerman case., this was the scene in
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houston - showing marchers heading for the city's criminal justice center. the reverend al sharpton says he'll lead a national "justice for trayvon" day in 100 cities this weekend. one city is warning protestors that the violence has gone too far. grant lodes is here with that story. >> reporter: that city is los angeles. this scene is from a march down crenshaw avenie last night. what started as a peaceful protest suddenly turned violent. >> reporter: he and his photographer were attacked. the camera recorded two figures running away. >>are you all right man? >> reporter:the two journalists were treated for minor injuries as other members of the crowd trashed a wal=mart store. 14 people were arrested as hundreds of police flooded the area. >> reporter:l=a's mayor says, enough. >>we are drawing the line there >> reporter:lapd chief charlie beck says officers will be more aggressive in
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enforcing the law, including the requirement for permits to demonstrate, >> reporter: the state stand your ground law causes more violence that it permits. then it pre dense. prevents. >> reporter: >> jacqueline: 78 in antioch up and the north bay and mention possibility of temperature stayed a couple of degrees lower than what we forecasted because of the fault. fog. 69 in santa rosa. so here is a live look out at the golden great gate bridge. the fault is still
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lingering with portions of the north bank. bay. still seeing some clearing down the san mateo coast line. it clears faster tomorrow with the mormon tenters as a result when a rather for the rest of the work week we will have extended forecast in just a bit. >> reporter: triple digits and relief may not be for several days. in certain areas of this florida. >> reporter: from michigan to maryland. the heat is no laughing matters it keelless that it could waive it could last a whole whole week.
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>> >> reporter: and york a major energy companies have set up a command center to monitor the electrical system as the heat wave continues to climb. the high voltage for over system has already cost power optative outages in york. and with washing d.c. blazing in the mid-90s a dangerous for anyone working outside. >> the he made it so uncomfortable that to just what a lot. >> reporter: people are trying to figure of how to beat the heat. the senate is
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one step melting the northeast. trouble." guy will pass out." >> catherine: a phoenix judge gave lawyers for jodi arias some extra time today. she was found guilty in may of murdering her boyfriend. she had claimed self- defense. her lawyers now want the court to throw out the finding that made her eligible for the death penalty. at a hearing today, the judge gave her attorneys more time to work toward that goal. her next sentencing hearing is set for august 26th.
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>> on the surface and the consumers spending on furniture ", clothes and cars. >> when you look a month-to- month expenses in the quitrents consumer reports for about two-thirds of freak economic activity in united states. like you mentioned, some areas more than others. gasoline was
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part of it because of higher gasoline prices. we are paying more to fill up our pump and instead of necessarily born on vacation. going on vacation. >> reporter: sometimes the spending is not where you would like to see it. ? >> correct >> reporter: death customers sewing starbucks. tell me about this a measure was going on. >> basically, they said their lottery and not paying for coffee in knees to go. need to go. there is a mentality talking about
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starbucks phenomenon going with their laptops and employees in france them as a laptop hoboes. let >> >> reporter: well they are they're almost all the time. >> reporter: that's all i'm going to say. because i do not want the heat e-mail's. >> reporter: >> i received an e-mail i mean a phone call. i believe there's a concept i concept of house peaking. permits are still on the up side. so we will be building new homes for at least the
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next six months. there's still some upside to bay area home prices. some burn down and the housing industry is still pretty healthy. the tide will turn but we have a lot of bay area jobs tied to construction so it is nice to see. britain's >> reporter: royalty, we are expecting a royal baby sometime between now and next week. >> you are talking about $1 million on and stupid spending. t-shirts with i loved my aunt o'hare read on at an baby bibs. it's helping the economy the baby will be thrown the baby will
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be third to the throng. throne. british people buy champagne to pop champagne when the baby is born in prague will we be the biggest expense. >> reporter: twice on our account cast 193% rupp think you. >> jacqueline: and live look outside at the toll plaza will be are seen low cloud cover to over the bay area. with the low clouds in place. set for 3:00 tomorrow with widespread fog returning to the bay area. still fully intact by in o'clock. by 10 it will finally built toward the shores. and lucy back to the
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coastline by one. temperatures of a bit warmer to marron back in the low 80s in places like cupertino, san mateo. 87 in pleasanton, 86 in livermore and 70's for our east bay shores. in the north bay we will get back up into the north high 70's sometime tomorrow. as the fog become less and less extensive each day we will be back up for the '90s ins grudgingly: into sunday and next week. >> catherine: the san mateo bridge eastbound and to hayward moving well. stay
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courtroom and outlines the gory details of how the suspect allegedly killed two women and severerly hurt another man. >> when you watch the cody efficiency the brutal efficiency that he employed it is truly something that sense jitters up your spine. >> reporter: cameras are not allowed to show his face this month spot mug shot and systematic massacre to employees. the d.a. shows why interim storage getting into a dispute with owner waiting 20 minutes for customers to leave and then without warning pulling a
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gun shooting the store owner three times and then turning his attention to it toomen employees >> viciously cut the 35 year-old woman from here to here. you see her final moments and the terror on her face. >> reporter: the d.a. says he goes to the rear of the storage and killing the woman before leaving the store. a firing on police are running up of bill what ultimately surrendering. things could have been even worse if he had gone a few feet from his car. >> it was located a ak-47 with an extended built-in with ammunition inside his vehicle.
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>> reporter: he's charged with 16 felonies with two counts of murder and seven counts of attempted murder. and then carmen kron 4 news. >> >> catherine: today, the brother of one of the victims - distraught over the double murder - said he can't believe this could have happened.. >> i never heard of these kind of stories. (crying) i do not understand why".i just want an answer." this is he also says his family >> catherine: learned of the murder by watching the news. the two women killed are 35- year old khin mah of san francisco. and 51-year old lina lim of daly city. >> catherine: a toddler in oakland is still missing tonight. daphne webb's father says
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oakland store six days ago. kron4's terisa estacio is live in oakland. where the toddler's family spoke earlier today. terisa? >> reporter:this is a complicated case. with a lot of unanswered questions. at a news conference a short time ago. daphne's father did not attend. her mother was here, but she didn't speak and wouldn't say when she last saw her little girl. kron four news has learned, she is supposed to stay 100 yards away from the daphne because she was convicted of doing drugs with daphne in the car back in february. before speaking at the news conference, the group of family and friends joined hands for a prayer. there was about 2 dozen people in attendance. some held signs and large pictures of daphne.
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>> reporter:several times, daphne's mother wiped away tears. kevin davis daphne's grandfather is a spokesperson for the family. he says they are pleading for the public's help in finding the toddler. >> reporter:he also took to task the media for their reports about daphne's father and mother, saying that it steers away from the real story of finding his grandaughter, listen in. >> this is a troubling and different difficult time. as you can see, they be destiny has a large and loving family better connections to do whatever in my power to bring our granddaughter home. we have also reached out to this to the baby deaths father john well so that he nimitz so that she can return safely. >> reporter: no one had an answer as to why it daphne's father, and john webb was
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not here in attendance for the news conference. there will be a visual for daphne at 6:00 tomorrow night at 77 where she was reportedly kidnapped. terisa estacio kron 4 news. >> catherine: downtown businesses in oakland are cleaning up -- yet again. >> catherine: that's after a 3rd traight night of protests. against the verdict in the george zimmerman trial. hundreds took to the streets. this is video from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c seven news. at one point a crowd blocked interstate 8-80. >> catherine: police say 9 people were arrested. one restaurant owner says a protester assaulted one of his waiters last night. kron4's justine waldman takes a look at the damage at one of the vandalized businesses >> reporter: this is flora a restaurant and bar at 19th it took a beating during monday night's rally over
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the up verdict of trade bond martin's case. a weightier tried to protect for for even more destruction and a protester hit him and the head with a hammer. . this picture shows some bloody and bruised on his way to be emergency room. the waiter is doing ok in with a few days off before returning to work. the violence is unacceptable. >> but this led him they just let them do whatever they want. >> reporter: in oakland justine waldman kron 4 news. >> catherine: when it comes to violent assaults and property damage caused by oakland city leader says the city's top officials must be held accountable. the story.
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>> believe that the law enforcement, they need to do their job. >> it is time for some accountability accountability"i am going to hold the it is time for some >> reporter: accountability says the chair of oakland's public after 3-days of images like these violent protests in the wake of the zimmerman verdictincluding private property destroyed by vandalsand the perception by some that oakland police more or less stood by watching it happengallo says he thinks opd's top cop sean whenthas some explaining to >>"he needs to respond in terms of the strategy, what that it is not going to >> reporter:the public safety chair says oakland mayor jean quan needs to be called to account for her response to the protesters destroying public property as well >>"just can't continue to blame san francisconot going to be tolerated" >> reporter:but if scenes like these aretoleratedgallo
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says oakland police will need to be held accountable for the paychecks officers earn to protect oakland taxpayers >>"i believe that our law enforcement needs to do their job, those who we pay a good salary to do a jobneed to step up and do it" >> reporter:in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news >> catherine: morgan hill police have arrested a 20 year old man on charges of engaging in lewd acts with a child. police say it happened last week at a y-m- c-a child care facility. officers say a six-year-old girl says that 20 year old nicolas hermin forced her to engage in sexual acts. hermin has also been charged with possession of child pornography. the ymca says he violated its policy that should prevent staffers from being alone with children. >> catherine:
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>> catherine: an overnight fire at a home being used as a cat rescue shelter in south san jose left nearly 100 cats dead. there were many crates scattered over the filled with the dead animals. the homeowner survived - as did a few of the cats and one dog. kron4's maureen kelly says neighbors are shocked over how many animals were living there. >> i knew that she had a lot keds, but i had no idea that she had that many. >> reporter: the people who live next store to this polvadero drive home knew that the owner carole miller dedicated her life to rescuing cats.they just had no many were >> i was thinking 20 or 30 but not 100. we were thinking wow, that's not possible. >> reporter: inside. here you can see how the back yard it stacked with pet carriers.and litter
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boxes san jose fire captain reggie williams says while the number of pets that were inside the home was staggering.he doesn't believe this is a hoarding situation. periodically inspected by san jose animal control.and that she was able to care for them all. the vast majority ofshe now mourns. >> she cared for the cat but not believe this was all house that was considered according to care for the cast and there was food and things for myself organized. >> " they're my kids mayor of my family i was totally devoted. " maureen kelly kron4 news. >> reporter:new information today on a possible news raiders stadium in oakland. the raiders comissioned a study that says the team's fan base would support a 50- thousand seat stadium in oakland - which would make it the smallest in the n-f- l.
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we're also getting new figures on how it might be funded. the stadium would cost about 800 million. the raiders would cover 300 million. the nfl would likely chip in 200 million. that gets you to 500 million.leaving another 300 million in public money that's needed. >>the raiders' lease at the coliseum expires after the 2013 season, and owner mark davis isn't interested in signing another short-term deal to stay there unless there are firm plans to build a new facility >> reporter: the oakland raiders have been looking for a new stadium for years now. coliseum, the place they've called home since returning to oakland from los angeles, is among the worst stadiums in the nfl, and unless they get a new one in the bay area, they could return to southern california to the ever-looming proposed los angeles football stadium. the team says they have a plan for a new stadium, but according to matthew artz of the oakland tribune, the money isn't adding up. more: for more on the raiders, check out silver and black pride the raiders commissioned a stadium feasibility study, which concluded that the team could pitch in $300 million for a new, 50,000 seat facility at the current stadium site. that's a healthy chunk of change, but even after a $200 million loan from the nfl, they'd still be looking at a budgetary shortfall of at least $300 million, which they would need public money to fill.
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>> jacqueline: satellite imagery shunned clearing arm around the san mateo coast line. portions of the north bay still shrouded in cloud coverage. places like santa rosa remains separate temperature why is it was a lot cooler out there today in some locations from the north bay. 70 temperature spirit 67 and concord and 70 and livermore. in the south bay more mild with the low seventies. near the coast line and the upper 50s to the most part. the fog will return and will be widespread for the most part accurate blanketing the entire bay area. i will have more on that in just a bit.
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>> catherine: these are scenes from confrontation in las angeles from the verdict from this summit trial. and local tv reporter suffered a minor injury. not down while doing an interview. >> catherine: attorney general eric holder said today that the violent protests dishonor the memory of travon martin. but he also had some harsh criticism of florida's "stand your ground" laws. >> that senselessly expand the concept of self-defense and sow dangerous conflict in our neighborhoods. florida >> reporter: is just one of two dozen states with a stand your ground law. giving immunity to anyone using deadly force to protect themselves. even if they could safely flee. the country's top lawyer says they are worse than usless. >> these los tried to fix
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something that was never broken. there has always been a legal defense for using deadly force if, and if it is important is no safe retreat is available. >> are a nation of laws and the jury has spoken. >> catherine: demonstration just doesn't get we do not again we do not need consolation in the legislation. and we need federal prosecution. by allowing and perhaps encouraging violent situations to escalate in public safety. the list of ensure that our laws reduce >> catherine: against violent protests. >> that, as he said, we are a >> catherine: the reverend al sharpton is calling for
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national protests in 100 cities this weekend. >> catherine: he says the administration just doesnt get it. >>i am putting pressure on the legal authorities at the justice department and the legislative authorities in florida. we do not want to be - i think the president has made a statement of consolation. we don't need consolation >> catherine: a north korean ship detained in panama was reportedly hiding parts of a weapons system in its cargo of brown sugar. u-s officials are investigating whether cuba was sending the equipment back to north korea for an upgrade. the president of panama says a missile radar was discovered on board. you can see it here in this video. north korea is banned by the u-n from importing and exporting most weapons. the u-s is commending panama for making the discovery. >>"we strongly support panama's sovereign decision. we commend their actions, we are in touch with them. i'm not going to detail how we're in touch with them. i will say this is a vessel as we understand that the panamanians inspected because it might be smuggling narcotics and the utilized their resident domestic authorities to make that inspection. this ship, this is called the mv chong chon gang, has a history of involvement in drug smuggling." >> catherine: the ship's captain had an apparent heart attack. and then tried
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to kill himself when the ship was seized.. crew members reportedly resisted arrest and tried to sabotage the cargo. n-s-a leaker edward snowden >> catherine: has applied for temporary asylum in russia. with longer-term refuge in latin america. this is a letter to the russian government- believed to have been written by snowden. snowden's attorney says however - that his client wants to stay in russia.. >>"as far as i know he's planning to stay in russia to learn russian culture, russian language and live here. " >> catherine: the u-s has charged snowden with espionage. he's accused of leaking documents that exposed u-s surveillance programs. russia's president has said that to stay in russia, he must agree not to leak any more u-s secrets. snowden has been holed up in the moscow airport for weeks. >> jacqueline: tomorrow we will be dealing with widespread fog and derrick into thursday and friday last and glasphalt each day
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back in '90s thursday parent here's a look at the fault for tomorrow morning wall-to-wall coverage starting to clear through the delta of by 10:00 and back to bay shores in portions of the north bay and by one and back to sampras's goal in the coast line on. down in south bay upper 70's and low 80s expected. 80 in seven bills, 794 san jose. 90 in antioch and 70's for the east bay shores. richmond state on the cooler side. same thing goes for seven francisco with 70 expected to the north bank. tomorrow warmer than today. clearing fought faster into thursday and friday less extensive coverage. saturday will be
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the warmest day. early next week you can catch the latest news, forecast and traffic conditions whenever it's convenient - on our 24/7 bay area news channel. you can watch live on or on comcast channel 193. >> reporter:the autopsy report is in. we now know what killed glee star corey monteith. the story - ahead.
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>> reporter:new tonight. we've gotten official word about what killed actor cory monteith. coroners in british columbia say the "glee" star died from a combination of heroin and alcohol. >> reporter:they also say his death appears to have been nothing more than a tragic accident. >> reporter: saturday in a vancouver hotel room after he missed his checkout time. monteith spent time in rehab earlier this year. and he has been open about his years-long struggle with substance abuse. corey monteith - was 31. >> reporter: a reminder -- you can catch
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>> catherine: still to come. we'll recap our top stories. >> catherine: restaurant worker who was injured in last night's rally for trayvon martin in oakland.. how he's doing -- next >> reporter: i will explain in the next edition of people behaving badly coming up. >> jacqueline: low clouds already booming backhand with an knight of foggy conditions on with normal weather had. [ man ] we have a go for auto sequence start.
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has struggled to survive. my own >> reporter: at least at this 0.50 people was shown up. this is a rally that is organized this evening by the naacp. the seventh fiscal chapter. this is a pro protests on the george zimmerman acquittal. they're brought out children here as well tonight. this is not as a peaceful protest and we have seen that with no just getting underway. we have a seat any fights or anything of that nature this is been a peaceful matter all evening long. talking to
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those out year will lecture now with the have to say tonight at 8:00. it lies in severs is called j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> catherine: during the protest a man was injured. the one of our top stories beginning at kron 4 justine waldman she has more of the waiter that was hit on the head by a hammer. >> reporter: this is floor up and was badly damaged during the rally graffiti and smashed windows with a waiter beaten in the head with a hammer tried to protect the restaurant from more vandalism. >> reporter: he wants an explanation from the chief of police on how they
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handled the recent protest. >> i am going to when i see three to six officers watching people vandalism committed vandalism they need to respond to what happened and i'm going to hold him accountable. >> reporter: other big story here in oakland. the family reported kidnapped cobbler topped all our daphne whap disappeared aft without a trace last wednesday. the plan to hold a vigil on a wednesday night. daphnes mother was here but she did not speak. there was a restraining order against daphne's mother can't weather because of the drug condition. john webb is not
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here and he is stephanie's father. kron 4 news. daphne webb. >> reporter: he did not enter a plea and will be back in court on july 24th at the hall of justice kron 4 news. >> reporter: suing the owner paul posy he did not promise as told to do so. the 200 and the thousand dollar loss of posey has been blaming the delay on the high cost of the workmen's compensation insurance among its other things. but
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employee state that they never had insurance. it canceled the second half of its season last fall and didn't return this spring. five players of the united football league franchise in sacramento are suing their owner, claiming he failed to pay them. the san francisco chronicle says the suit was filed earlier this month in a san francisco court against paul pelosi, who owns the sacramento mountain lions. it claims he owes them $250,000. the paper says pelosi didn't return phone calls seeking comment on monday. pelosi is the husband of house minority leader nancy pelosi. he indicated in federal financial disclosure forms that he put millions into between $1 million and $5 million. the ufl has struggled to this spring. >> reporter: supposedly doing 35 tie with an almost 60 times sorry i did not
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realize i was a construction zone is what he stated. >> reporter: you do realize the construction some zone is a double find the zone. >> i did not realize that a construction zone was a double sign the zone. fine. >> is about 45 going through the tunnel. >> reporter: no 35. >> of parent... oh! >> gary: this driver was well into the 65 an hour zone and a mile until i present a camera. >> do not want to talk to
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you on camera i changed my mind. i am ok. >> reporter: remember to the presidio walkway is 35 unless posted. you may just take double the fine. instead for cisco's send the robbers kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: which remains at this hour fault coverage. fog. it will be wide spread and killed that. it deftly clearing back then what we saw yet today. 80 temperatures and upper 80s in antioch and livermore. we
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will continue the warming trend in to the rest of the week. you'll see how it more and will get. cooling slightly into early part of next week. it would be back after this. look at 'em.
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>> catherine: and what your lake and the astronauts' helmets. he gets phillip on his face. they're working on the space walk and continue with maintenance. in national knows a man accused of trying to
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threatening a damaging will the damaging information about been polishing. it was to receive $250,000. >> catherine: and then in sports a new stadium began and hang out at the playboy mansion. barry has this information and the sport's next.
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: now the raiders want plan. the greater say that they have enough demand to build a 56,000 square feet stadium at the curbside of the coliseum. destroy it was on the property now and go to work on a new one. and the facility will cost and
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run $300 million for the project leaving 300 men short assuming the nfl will provide 200 million parent but they need 300 more million parent. hull is the team being received?how? the 49ers are winning but the raiders have been up suspenseful for over a decade so go up to them. >> gary: we have our marina blowball time. james rowe step away passes i like
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catching passes indoors so there he is. he was finished with the game but wants to come back. at the all-star game oakland took $1 off their face bill ever seized after hitting so many so the seats are now $5 and for the july 26th game forget about it and they all sold out! they all you really have premium seats for the angels games banks for hitting all those balls. the
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giants balochi is the manager nothing much happened so far pyrrhic so far. >> gary: this is 2013 in the old days people would say that they were rooting for the giants. >> jacqueline: i like the a's better than the angels these days. because everything is money right now and i do not like that. i like the scrappy team spirit, they're not a huge roster bowl multimillionaire's spirit just crap being just just scrappy.
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>> gary: two to nothing losing to the american league right now. rather unusual, and giants lined up in cincinnati on july 4th will be made up as a part of the july 23rd double header. at at&t park. they were their homes on what at the first game of the double header. the last time a switch back for the second game on around 730 giants will look. a lot of people and the old days when your
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kid you look at the schedule for the double double headers and you want your parents to take you to the game. so now they do not want to give you to form the next week it will be to for one at at&t. >> gary: there he is at the playboy mansion tonight! with snoop dog and chris brown there they are! he is being kept out of the all- star game but he's only played about five and a half although he's the most exciting game in player in the game. it does make you laugh. the instant world that we live then. there
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is this. >> gary: that darn chris brown. that's what happened to nurture that's what happened to harsher. usher. you want me to get my wife to clenches one essay all that are kelly. r. kelly >> catherine: the person against the performer. (laughter) >> gary: jason crash his
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telex and to pay cable. the coach put him on probation. dangers of drinking and driving. tiger woods at the british open. woods practicing today his new friend lindsey bond walking all round. he is a 421 favorite and the no. 1 ranked player in the world. >> it is quick, that is on this win. it could come out on the north east and it could be a totally different ball force. >> gary: i love my producer
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kevin to make it more technical sold the old white guys than $500 lexus would really enjoyed it? do everything about leaving it out. i like to relate to the people like jackie. we will take a break and come back in the morning come back in a moment on michael off!
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♪ "omg! insider," the top trending stories you need to know. >> we now have a cause of death in the tragic death of cory monteith. >> heroin and alcohol killed the 31-year-old star. >> his final film playing an addict. >> how on and off screen lea michele will cope. how the loss could effect "glee." >> then kim richards, the depression and the substance abuse. >> i've had to work very hard for this sobriety. >> how this former dancing star is fighting rumors that he has cancer. >> i don't have cancer.
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i'm cancer free. >> why dance moms little girls are dressed up as dead stars. yahoo and broadcast meet for 24/7 access to celebrity news, "omg! insider." new details on the death of cory monteith. welcome to "omg! insider." i'm kevin frazier. >> i'm thea andrews. so much coming to light today about the glee star. >> the woman he loved, the girlfriend, lea michele, remains in hiding as the producers of "glee" grapple with what to do with "glee." cory monteith is trending now. >> we do now have a cause of death in the tragic death of cory monteith. >> new autopsy details. this afternoo


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