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>> reporter:right now danville boulevard is still closed from stone valley road to las trampas road.this is a commercial stretch of danville all directions were center. but again about two hours ago the evacuation was lifted.and people were allowed to return to their >> reporter: the gas leak caused the area. temporarily turning the usually busy alamo square into a ghost town.as as businesses closed their doors.a major concern for one resident. whose pets were dropped off at the groomers.not far from the location of the gas leak >> reporter: to offer additional information on the gas lead. charles hardy with the east bay municipal utility district. thank you.
with concern. they told me that, in had been a gas leak appeared at can't get my dogs i! i have to get my ducks from the gramercy. i have to get my dogs! >> pam: breaking news out of east oakland. where a woman has been shot and killed while driving through the area. police say it happened on the 2400 block of fern street in oakland's fairfax neighborhood. this is video of the murder scene came into the newsroom moments ago. police say the shooting was reported just before one- thirty. but at this time have no suspects in the murder >> reporter: i was to you
what we do know, this elderly woman was driving a earlier today when she became about the middle of the black in shots rang out. that's really see the yellow cone's thus would shell casings are purists she lost consciousness set to occur foot off of the accelerators tariffs and that's where decease of investigators by her car over there. she actually has some consciousness. tried to the upper, and that is where she collapsed by her car. the quarter just left with her body to 15 minutes ago. we are waiting for the
situation to give us more detail. a warning is out from the san mateo county sherriff's department about peeping tom on the loose in san carlos. there have been two incidents since last tuesday.both happening here on laurel street.a somewhat residential street which you can see is just west of el camino real. there's a mcdonalds and country inn suites hotel nearby. the first incident happened tuesday july 16th on laurel near oak st. and then just this monday.it happened again.near hull drive. kron4's maureen kelly has details on what happened.and what police are doing about it. >> reporter:both incidents happened at night.around 10 pm.in both cases the victims have been women.either in the shower or about to get in when noticed a person peering into their bathroom window. the first time it happenedit was here on this block i'm standing onthe victim says she saw a pair
of hands outside her bathroom window.and when law enforcement responded they found the window screen had been removed and set aside. so far the suspect has been able to get away before anyone got a good look so there is no description of who this could be.law enforcement officials say these two peeping incidents are concerning. >> reporter:they are also suggesting that people in the neighborhood close their drapes and lock their windows at nightas a precaution. >> there is a wide variety could be anything from a neighborhood kid. maybe they're up to no good or on the property. it was a call and let us come by. maureen kelly kron 4 news.
>> jacqueline: you can see just a little bit of low cloud coverage left. sunny skies bay area wide. one into the 90s in with antioch a niece for the north bay. it will retiring but will be brief and warmer conditions more coming up. >> reporter:breaking news.at least 35 people are dead after a train derailed in the north western part of spain. the train was headed from madrid to el ferrol. when it derailed toppling passenger cars on their sides and leaving at least train car one torn open. smoke could also been scene rising from the crash. the exact number of casualities are not clear at this time. right now 35 deaths are reported. but witnesses on scene describe officials at still removing body bags from the accident site.
>> reporter: people are asking to donate blood because so many people are injured right now. will stay on top of this would more updates. >>with this endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals, washington's taken its eye off the ball. and i'm here to say this needs to stop. this needs to stop. >> pam: president obama launching a strong attack on his political opponents and warning that they could undermine america's fragile economic recovery. >> catherine: catherine heenan joins us now with what the president said and why he said it today. >> catherine: the president is hoping to whip up public support now. he's facing a potential minefield in september.
the budget has to be passed by the end of the month. republicans and democrats are nowhere near agreement then there's sequestration, and what to do with the money saved by the mandatory spending cuts, those cuts were triggered by gridlock over the debt ceiling. some republicans in the senate say they won't raise it unless the president's health car law is gutted. >> catherine: the stage at knox college in illinois today ready to vent. >> this gridlock's gotten worse. i didn't think that was possible >> reporter:ready to point fingers. >> washington -- we've seen a sizable group of republican lawmakers suggest that they wouldn't vote to pay the very bills that congress rang up. and that fiasco harmed a fragile recovery in 2011, and we can't afford to repeat that.
>> reporter: >> catherine: and ready to portray himself as the true friend of the middle class. >>you ask some of these folks, some of these folks mostly in the house, about their economic agenda, how it is that they'll strengthen the middle class, they'll shift the topic to out-of-control government spending, despite the fact that we've cut the deficit by nearly half as a share of the economy since i took office. the president brought his >> catherine: audience to its feet by promising to work for the middle class/ >>the only thing i care about is how to use every minute of the remaining 1,276 days of my term to make this country work for working americans again. >> catherine: back in washington, it was divisive politics as usual. a house finance committee approved a republican=backed measure to close down mortgage finance giants fannie mae and freddie mac and nearly eliminate the government's role in backing the nation's mortgage market.
the vote was strictly along party lines. the measure has no chance of passage in the democrat=controlled senate. back to our top story. the alamo gas leak capped just within the hour. evacuation order. allowing this evacuation leading to a traffic back-up. home look like for commuters in the area? [ 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.
>> reporter: pam, interstate 80 is a mess right now in that area. this is a map showing real time speak if you are trying to head no. you have a big issue. the actual gas leak with alamo is right about there. the interstate 1 danville boulevard is closed. a lot of people are had hopping on the interstate to avoid that stretch of them build. you keep an eye onor
tonight. >> catherine: a probable cause hearing has been delayed in the murder case against former n-f-l star aaron hernandez. the hearing is now set for august 22-nd. hernandez is charged with pre-meditated murder in the killing of odin lloyd last month. he has pleaded not guilty. police are also investigating the former new england patriots player for an unsolved double-homicide in boston. hernandez is being held without bail. >> catherine: the ohio man accused of kidnapping three women and holding them captive for years was back in court today. his lawyers - along with prosecutors - are signaling
that they're talking about a plea deal that would keep him off death row. publicly - both sides still say they're prepared to go to trial. there was no mention of the deal at today's hearing. castro's lawyers have been arguing that they won't make any agreement unless the death penalty is taken off the table. >> jacqueline: 81 in san jose and 81 also in santa rosa. as we head into tomorrow the fault will be brief. sunshine into most of the day. the bay shore to be in the upper 70's and 80's and 90's and everywhere else. temperatures are going to cool that down as the fault become more extensive.
stretching into the north bay. but to the coast line pushed back off the coast line as we head into the afternoon. 68 percent francisco and seven for the peninsula. for east bay shores will be largely the 70's. hot out there tomorrow. the upper 80s and low 90s. 92 for stanford from wrong. in the north bag with several degrees 84 in santa rosa with 86 and napa
and 86 also for san rafael. with temperatures running below average sunday into monday. >> pam: this is a live picture in east oakland where an elderly woman has been killed. police are on the scene and so as our kron 4 reporter as we continue to follow this breaking story >> pam: must take a look at traffic at the golden gate bridge in little sluggish. of backups. heading south bomb one-on-one slow-try to get back to the bridge.
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>> the royal baby has a name. >> catherine: it's george alexander louis. >> catherine: here he is in his car seat. and in his first 24 hours out of the hospital -- he's been busy. >> catherine: little george is already going places. his parents left kensington palace today in their black land rover to visit kate's parents. earlier -- great grandmother came to see him. the queen - spending just 30 minutes. she presumably approves of the name. george alexander louis. the queen's beloved father was a george.
>> catherine: so was 'his' father. and in fact there have been 6 english kings named george. going back to the german- born george the first - who took the throne in 1714. including 'mad' king george the third -- who lost the colonies. as for 'louis' --lord louis montbatten was a favorite uncle of prince charles.executed by the i-r-a in the 70's. >>baby will have plenty of room to play. kensington palace in london is being renovated for the little family. for now - they're in a 2- room cottage on the grounds. >> catherine: it's circled in red here. as for the big debut yesterday.a woman who was a close friend of william's mother says diana would have loved it. >> catherine: that diana had told her she wanted william to be a prince of the people. >>".wearing his khakis.driving off in the car.it was marvelous to see that." >> catherine: the baby also got a visit from uncle harry and aunt pippa today. and the family is spending the night with kate's parents.
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gabe slate tech report (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: grant? >> reporter: season new images and it is chilling from this train crash. look, the strain literally appears to be broken in half as part of a passenger are pure resting on another one. you see all these people tried to rescue passengers to the broken window paris is dark with a whole lot of people
still try to help individuals that are on the train. 250 san passengers on the train appeared at one person who survived the crash got out and said that it literally look like one of the drinkers were broken in happening in see why. it broke windows to rescue people the one photographer on seem to associated press says is the mike dozens of body bags were being removed from that train crash. hundred sleep to be injured they're looking for blood donations and the northwestern of spain. will fall this breaking story throughout the night. pam? >> pam: kron4's rob fladeboe has the latest of police and the action of the neighbors the women's distraught neighbors. >> reporter: friendly to a
fault that is how the neighbor described the woman deceased woman. she >> she trusted everyone. she didn't even know she would let people enter office. she would not listen. police say they were signs that she was a victim of an assault. or nothing of a possible killing or had she been robbed. she had >> she has some type of physical attack we do not have this information what ever it was to do believe that it occurred inside the apartment. >> reporter: the one apparently lived a long but there were frequent visitors. he heard an ever since the earth arguments from the old woman's house >> a few days >> i am afraid
and scared that may come into my home and do me harm. >> reporter: and sanb fladeboe >> reporter: right along the side of the freeway claims a white bear attacking it flames right there! >> reporter: elsewhere in fire crews are also getting an handle on different this burn seven homes and started 10 days ago. now 90 day
containment. still some more work to do. fortunately right now it is only smoldering. >> pam: last night the fda complied with federal court ruling plan b one step one speaking dollars for one pill dosage. it is unaffordable for many teenagers. the fda is allowing generic versions of the pill but there require a prescription for girls under 17 patrick >> pam: officials from the
joint commission which makes those decisions is that besom this move means that the psychiatric hospital cut lose its accreditation permanently. a hospital still has an opportunity to appeal the situation. taking a lot of heat and under scrutiny. the maker of salsa and idolatry >> pam: recalling the product when glass pieces were found in some of the jars. my cherokee saul's son is being recalled. and medium chunky salsa the company says glass pieces got into the sauce of ground the beginning of the manufacturing process and some of the glass shards for damage.
>> jacqueline: that's remains at the immediate coast you can see from this live picture that some of the fog is starting to roll back end. it's sunny everywhere else a temperature wise looking at conditions in the '80s and '90s. with 95 antioch and 90 in concord. and the low eighties in san jose closer to the coast line. closer to the '50s and '60s. temperatures to marron very similar what we thought today. we are going to start to cool down as we head into friday and the weekend.
it broke out yesterday in evacuations of 15 homes. >> catherine: experts say a blow-out and fire at a natural gas well environmental risk. for one thing, they're notthey've been checking during fly-overs.. releasing oil or other hydrocarbons into the water. >> catherine: it looks like n-s-a leaker edward snowden is staying at longer. he's been trying to get
there.and get asylum in russia. snowden is wanted by the u- s leave the russian reporters earlier issued. it. >> catherine: pope francis celebrated an outdoor mass in brazil today -- to a huge crowd of catholics. but he's got even more security as of today. that's after an incident involving his motorcade tuedsay. crowds had essentially trapped his car at an intersection in their enthusiasm.which is a security nightmare. and the pope wasn't helping matters. he had reportedly told his driver 'not' to avoid the crowds -- since he wanted to meet people. >> catherine: >> pam: >> pam: still ahead. facebook's earnings do a complete 180 and make for some happy shareholders! we bring you the multimillion dollar profit margin! >> pam: plus. gary's in the house bringing us the raiders, as they prepare for their first 4 news will be right back. >> pam: the tow truck is on the scene police are still hunting for the killer and kron4 news is also there.
now for today's market >> catherine: >> pam: update. u-s stocks mostly ended in the red today. but apple's better-than- expected earnings helped the nasdaq finish just above the flatline. here are the final numbers. the dow fell 25 points the nasdaq rose a fraction of a point. the s-and-p 500 fell six points >> pam: the rise in stocks is a highthe world's biggest social network posted higher revenue from mobile ads. facebook inc. earned 333 april-june period. million dollars a year ago. >> pam: for more on what this means for the social networking company. we have our financial expert rob black. >> fyi: twitter to soon go public, will this affect them? .
>> reporter: they had almost nothing in it. now half 700 million users using facebook staley. if not more daily at of all mobile stand desktop spirit and- switch happened fast. i like what we are seeing. and they have over 1 million plus advertisers. but they are going to introduce a bill at that will touch television network. advertisers will be able to target age bracket spirit and see the result is very interested in what's happening there is a very smart company. >> pam: so this is innovation moving the whole technology movement. >> reporter: >> if you want to own it for
five to 10 years compared it is a target. with video adds up and the very very well. stock is still a little expensive. but if you are patient it looks great. >> jacqueline: 95 in livermore, 92 and concord. and 91 in san rafael. 86 in san jose coesite were in the '60s just as we expected. the fog will be brief through the morning hours of harassing sunshine for most of the day. sting cooler as
we head into freddie's in saturday. it can become more extensive and that will mean cooler temperatures. so here is look at fault tractor. fog tracker! >> jacqueline: by o'clock the fog will be back to be many bay shores and then back to the coast line by 10. again very similar to stock today. temperature wise futurecast said at the and a clock a few low 76 by noon temperatures climbing into the '70s and '80s hinting at the '90s. represented by the red on your screen. as we head into the 3:00 hour you do see some of those 90 start and leadbelly's and through the
set parsons of the south bay. so here's a look at temperatures in your neighborhood. 85 in sunnyvale and san jose. 90 in concord. 96 and antioch and 954 pleasanton. 70's for the most are for east bay shores. for extended forecast tomorrow similar conditions than today. as we head into friday saturday and sunday and monday, a trend will be on the way. low average for the.
>> gary: the only guy at kron that is worth about $11 million,, rob black. i want to come after someone. gary radnich >> pam: gary radnich is here. >> gary: ok here we go. the oakland raiders veterans arrived at training camp in napa earlier today. the raiders are coming off a 4-12 season in 2012 they finished 3rd in the afc west. notable absences include the team's top 2 draft choices: cornerback dj hayden and offensive lineman melenik watson, both of whom have yet to sign. the team's first full squad practice will be this friday. among the new faces at camp is outspoken punter chris kluwe.
>> i was elected contribute to the legacy kobe great. >> i think with the changes made this year will be able to do that the >> gary: and the coach has to make a big deal about for 30 years with a baseball spring training and snowballs training camp how does it look it will be in lousy this year. (laughter)
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: >>i promised justice to lenaheartbroken relatives in san francisco today as the man accused of murdering two appears in court. >> pam: the man accused of a brutal double murder at a san francisco jewelry store. did not enter a plea in court today. which added to the grief of the victim's families. 23-year old barry white of anitoch is charged with 2 counts of murder and 7 counts of attempted murder. in court, he sat cuffed and calm. a public defender was assigned to his case today. who said he needs time to review the charges. white is accused of shooting and stabbing two employees at victoga.to the point of almost decapitating them. seriously injuring the store owner. and then firing at police officers. prosecutors believe he was upset about the value of jewelry he had just purchased.
white's lawyer said he is concerned his client will not get a fair trial. >> pam: the district attorney had said there are no words to describe the chillng mannor and friends of the suspect did not want to talk about the case as they left court. scheduled to take place next wednesday. >> pam: the family of one of the victims held an emotional gathering on the steps of the halls of justice. and -- as kron-4's justine waldman tells us-- they're still dealing with the pain of losing a loved one while controlling the anger against the man suspected of taking her life. >>i want her to come home i don't want anything else the younger sister the woman >> pam: murdered. 51-year old lina lim.cried hysterically, her emotions uncontrolled on how deeply she misses her best friend. >>she was so helpless. >> pam: holding lim's picture and >> reporter: posters reading "tragic"her friends and family described their anguish. of losing the mother, daughter, cousin and wife.
>>it is very brutal and devastates every member of our family >> reporter:the woman they described as beyond loving. worked at the jewelry store, victoga, for 20years. they said lim never told them she felt afraid and did not know her accused killer. >>her death unexpected and. unexplainable. >>the killer is beyond human to act like this >> reporter:while they cannot get her backthe family wants her accused murdered to get the toughest sentenced possible, death pentatly. >>why why why he kill her he has no right to do that >> reporter:standup as they left court when arraignment was pushed back to next week they told me it was wasting their time and they want justice. in sf jw k4n. >> pam: a developing story out of oakland. police are searching for answers after finding an elderly woman shot and killed while driving through east oakland this afternoon.
>> pam: little before 1:30 this afternoon in the 24 hundred block of fern street. and alecia -- what have you learned? >> reporter: we do not know how many times she was hit. we do know that she was driving up the street and this became half way up the block was shot right out it was a fatal shot her foot came off the accelerator backing up the to someone's driveway and hit their car. they also pulled the car up the driveway. the police tell us that when they got announced her dead at the scene. we do not know if there's one or several suspect at this time we're not sure how many at this time that are responsible for the
shooting. investigators are still on the scene talking with witnesses review and the ditch. revealing but it shoulda major gas leak in the alamo area forces the >> pam: evacuation of several residents and businesses in the area. you're looking at partnership with abc 7 news. a backhoe hit a pipeline -- >> pam: causing a chain reaction that has created havoc throughout the bay area. >> pam: it's affected everything -- from every day living to traffic in the area. kron-4's terisa estacio is live in contra costa county. and terisa -- tell us the latest.. >> reporter: pg in each are out here and they're expected to be out here until midnight tonight we
are just a round the corner from the storm valley road. there is a growing dispute on how this happened. and let me tell you about what happened right now. ross ave him a plastic wrap it they reporter leaked that the all time clear to dig with tobacco and then they struck a gas line. after a water leak was discovered. a very serious situation at 330 this afternoon the beckham which should pulled from now but now the blame game. listen and? listen in? >> we did come out here and we did to our process. however because we are not
able to pinpoint the exact location we did not exactly marked the line. we began handing so that it would be a safe process. >> reporter: as far as mayor in the pockets of gas underground, do you still comfortable that there no pockets on the ground that could erupt that could cause some other problems? >> this is a saved sateen now paired the gas did blow dissipated into the atmosphere and right now we feel very confident that this area is back to normal. except for a little bit of repairs this still needs to be done. >> reporter: and acura live i want to give you an update on this developing situation appeared lifting the signs to the few minutes ago and they are going to start allowing traffic to come down softbound on danville.
now some good news for the businesses and residents in this area. you see the traffic light blinking red all day long. now to be fixing that at least in two people use this intersection once again appeared to receive a stock sale the gas leak caused the shop owners cleared out of the area >>".vacate my space" >> i have a little optical businesses across from where it happened perfects for me to vacate my
>> pam: access to the stone valley road exit on highway- 680 was closed for several hours during the evacuation.while >> pam: a peeping tom has hit one san carlos neighborhood twice in less than two weeks. sheriff's department says both incidents two blocks apart on laurel street.and both happened around 10 pm. in each case the victims were women who caught someone peering into their bathroom windows as they showered. the peeper got away both times without anyone getting a good look.so there is no suspect description >> reporter:people who live in the area say they are disturbed by the incidents. >> this is very uncomfortable especially since this is a nice committee in very quiet area >> pam: the sheriff's department says they are boosting patrols. they are asking residents to call 9-1-1 if they see anyone suspicious in the area. they also suggest those who live nearby to close their blinds and lock their windows at night.
>> pam: with a wrestling coach at siena heights for five seasons. he is also a professional photographer please wrist arrested him after finding video and bowls in his home valley images for about six years there now try rather he shot child pornography bills himself. >> pam: developing news. a minivan crashes into a house in oakland's chinatown, causing a gas leak. it happened at alice and 7th streets around 2:15 this afternoon. the van plowed right through the front porch, taking out a gas meter. two people inside the home, and some from adjacent homes were evacuated safely. authorities say there were no major injuries. pg&e crews have shut down the underground gas line. and fire officials are now shoring up the house to remove the minivan.
>> pam: it's been two weeks since daphne viola webb -- a 21-month-old toddler -- was taken from her father's car outside an east oakland supermarket. this is a picture of young daphne. oakland police say they don't have any new leads in the case. you may remember. the father -- john webb -- was arrested and later released on child endangerment charges. the mother -- kiana davis-webb who suspect in the case. anyone with information on her disappearance is asked to call the oakland polcie department. >> jacqueline: warmer can warmer temperatures back out there today with the creek 98 degrees and antioch, 92 in concord and 90 and led to 10% 91 in san rafael. tonight the fog will return but not as widespread and one not as last last very long time.
temperatures will stay the cooler to purchase ahead for the weekend coming up. >> or call us to speak to schools of up and up. >> pam: we will analyze president obama words coming up. the new allegations that can keep him behind bars for a long time next. at the winner getting out of the race for the york, and show you the big bang is now making the push.
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>> catherine: president obama targets house republicans in a passioned speech to middle class america. we'll analyze his words with political analyst michael court. president obama hit the road >> catherine: today -- to sell himself as the true friend of the middle class. he was in illinois -- talking about jobs and the economy. he blasted congress while he was at it. saying washington has "taken its eye off the ball". the president says the economy will be the "highest priority" of his second
>> a secure retirement even if you are not rich prick reducing property and growing product growing opportunities! that is what we need. (cheers & applause) >> catherine: the president is promising new ideas in the weeks ahead.on manufacturing, education, housing, retirement security -- and health care. republicans shot back.saying he's offering little more than re-packaged ideas. >> pam: a great and impassioned speech by the president speaking to the middle class. with us now is political analyst michael yaki. and michael, let's start with what you took from the speech. >> this was an hour-long speech and this was the president doing with the president does best pure he goes on the campaign trip trail and this is a set of campaign speeches that he was giving. in frilly being
used to talk about his agenda which quite frankly has been stalled for the five years. let's listen to another sound bite when he reiterate his policy occurred to some people criticize and stated that this was nothing new in rehash appeared so let's listen to that for some like your >> is not enough to oppose me you have to be for something what are your ideas. if you are working with me to strengthen manufacturingwork with me to strengthen american manufacturing and rebuild this country's infrastructure, let's go. if you have better ideas to bring down the cost of college for working families, let's hear them. if you think you have a better plan for making sure every american has the security of quality, affordable health care, stop taking meaningless repeal votes and share your concrete ideas with the country.
" >> pam: meaningless repeal but he's criticizing the republicans in the house. >> what you heard the president say today is something he said over the last five years. really, gives me a better way to deal with this and i will talk to you about it. but what you are we hearing in this series of speech and it will be six over the next few weeks. is essentially previewing the 2014 midterms. he has to know that the only chance to get the store is that he get the house of representatives back in with the american people want. and with house and republicans are trying to >> pam: appearance with house republicans feel that they do have a thing to lose by not taking him up on
these discussions. >> he's pretty much saying, that we will not go anywhere the republicans have given up up between 20 and as a tidal wave. >> pam: 2014 there will be positioned between now and then occurred less essential of the other side some by as to talk about the man minimum-wage accurate >> ""and because no one who works full-time in america should have live in poverty, i am going to keep making the case that we need to raise the minimum wage because it's lower right now than it was when ronald reagan took office. it's time for the minimum wage to go up." >> pam: any chance at all? >> nope. this is about
drawing the line between he and republicans appeared in just a few weeks he has the government funding again proved >> pam: all you think that people are paying attention? in the summer people are not home in all happens politically >> this is all this and not the right time to launch it but he has >> jacqueline: up of the north bay we are in the '80s for the most part accurate south bay in the '60s. looking ahead tomorrow very similar conditions. would fall to start the day but kuwait quickly. but will go away quickly. falk tractor
for 6:00 tomorrow morning when i see a fairly widespread fog at all prepared stretching into the north bay very briefly the fog is back at our immediate bay shore and then head back to the coast line by 10. again tomorrow very similar conditions we saw out there today. temperature rise at the calls not a whole lot of change those '60s 70's for the peninsula. for east asia was hitting the '80s in places like union city and fremont this is were we going to get those '90s tomorrow afternoon antioch and for pleasanton. in san jose will seek to pitchers in the mid '80s. upper 80s
and campbell and los gatos. lastly the north bank more the 80 degree readings for santa rosa. look at your extended forecast appeared thursday very similar for what we saw today by friday, saturday, and sunday cooler trends a hat. more extensive and temperatures will drop on sunday and monday in a rebound into tuesday. aaron harnessed this back in courtaaron hernandez is back inwhy prosecutors had to delay today's probable cause hearing. and the pressure is on for anthony weiner to drop out of the race for mayor of new >> pam: york. the big names making that push -- on the kron-4 news at six o'clock. former patriots tight end
been his friend. what was supposed to be a probable cause hearing was delayed. prosecutors say they have new evidence - and want more time to interview witnesses. >> catherine: they say the ammunition found in hernandez's apartment matches the caliber found at the murder scene. hernandez has pleaded not guilty to killing odin lloyd. his body was found last month in an industrial park. >> pam: many in the york is asking for him to drop out of mayor. the new break names pushing him
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>> catherine: yesterday's revelation that anthony weiner continued sexting women after the last incident has many in new york asking him to drop out of the race for mayor. the new big names making that push -- next on the kron-4 news at six. r the disgraced former congressman is once again on damage control after another >> >> catherine: he left congress two years ago after sending lewd photos and texts to young women. >> catherine: but he admitted yesterday that he kept right on doing it -- more than a year after resigning from congress. >>the new york times and daily news running editorials - telling him to bow out of the mayor's race. his rivals in the democratic primary argue the scandal are distracting from key issues facing new york. >>"instead of the debate being about those central challenges, it's all about the personal life of
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woman doctor in america that started her practice right here in san francisco >> reporter: she can do about 40 ft. a day 40 hours a day the project is so historic the workers are setting the names among jong and severs this goal will try and kron4 news. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter: you just kept driving? it is also known as a cross what appeared in an attempt to bring awareness to pedestrian safety. the
chp set up an impromptu for drivers. if you pass to get however, if you still is you still if you fail? the police will have a chat! >> reporter: most of the people i talked to all did the same thing. >> i guess i did not stop for pedestrians? >> reporter: >> i got hit and across wall on aid street about 2 years ago >> reporter: that collision
that collision >> i would not say go postal? >> reporter: that is the first time ever, that she did not stop and you were caught on camera for not stopping >> yes, i don't know? >> you have to treat this as a stop sign derrick >> reporter: take a look at this is like the video appeared to concede a fire burning dry grass and a lot
of smoke billowing out. this is right north east of the san jose crosswalk of one a one-year one old one. it is not contained at this point patrick destruction no structures are being threatened or no injuries been reported getting on seen in getting the hoses bay are about to get this thing under control again we will stay on top of this grass fire in san jose choose north east. >> pam: two young children get the surprise of their lives coming up next.
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>> reporter: these pictures or courtesy of our abc partnership occurred traffic is being impacted by as people are slowing down to look at this. and there is a whole lot of smoke with this specific area right here. a little patch of grass no structures are being threatened to no injuries so far. will still top of this story of the grass fire and san jose come up. >> pam: after a pause after
(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: good evening everyone! how does the unknown and get a management job? he takes over the worst team in baseball. >> gary: overwrought 11 wins and one loss against the astros. there goes carlow's corporate and appeared eric starr goff to last field. the a's come all the way back. travis blake
lee a former reagan boldin! >> gary: many two out of three in houston and they are home tomorrow night and i will tell pam, you have been off the radar had may be slow. (laughter) >> pam: i am getting back to speak, but i get cit (laughter) >> gary: glanced over in seven now is he still working? >> pam: as far as i know. >> gary: friday night j. z.
and timber like the giants here at at&t and a secure coliseum! >> pam: all know you know what that means! pete >> gary: traffic! >> pam: (laughter) >> gary: they want to get out of that $100 million that they owe him. they can prove it he has some type of injury to issue insurance with pickups 80%. a quad strain rodriguez went to go purist rodriguez has not played this evening with having an off season hip surgery. rodriguez wants to play friday night but the yankees no comment. >> gary:
>> gary: which means he's poking fun over the past year. this guy says he is claimed to know, i'm pulling off. brian brung you can feel sorry for this guide for the remainder of his career will be known as the cheek no matter what he does patrick you will not live this down. he's going to come back and play. $110
million is this worth having someone say he's the cheek every time they looked into? >> jacqueline: i guess it depends on your principles, i assume. and terisa -- tell us the >> gary: jackie are you ready to join us? >> jacqueline: at a guess it depends >> gary: slander me a little bit and give me 50. >> pam: (laughter) >> jacqueline: (laughter) >> gary: the problem ounces the pro cresson ministers not think that it will be the same. the big-name rookies are unsigned and the first full practice squad
will begin on friday. ladies and gentlemen? wearing goggles glass >> my main thing is how can i fit and parent? >> i think we've done a great job as a team spiri it will be fun and will get to know each other. what it will be dressed talking and we will fight but we are all representing and gone back to oakland a better team. >> gary: as always they look good today. some believe
everyone >> i believe everyone passed it creek and practice is tomorrow. >> gary: today, they look good. they're going to let the players talk tomorrow. keep getting in their face in seeing that is enough. in an overpass tied in hernandez was in court that will supposedly is probable cause hearing. but it was rescheduled. >> a young man lost his
life. his family suffered a lot of tragic loss and there's no way to understate that an overall i am proud of the hundreds of players to have come this weekend. and a purse the disappointed and hurt occurred in the situation like this. >> gary: back with the international soccer in a moment look at 'em.clounine with that u-verse wireless receiver.
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"omg! insider" the top trending stories you need to know. >> there have been people since the moment i got in this race who didn't want me to run. >> weiner's defiant interview. >> keep it in your pants. >> his new pic of carlos danger surfaces. >> it was anthony weiner's way of hiding who he was. we exposed him. >> anthony weiner is a sex addict. >> posing with huma, is she just playing the good wife? >> i have forgiven him. >> amanda bynes parents' visitor who in psychiatric lockdown as a former co-star reaches out. >> dolly parton's cancer scare. her reported secret surgery. i'm a size 32. >> behind the scenes of a plus size beauty pageant. >> these women wanted to be miss america. because of their weight they
weren't able to. >> heidi's guys on her topless tree hugging. >> i want to be a palm tree when i grow up. is anthony weiner a sex addict? welcome to "omg insider." i'm thea andrews. >> kevin frazier is on assignment. i'm michael yo. >> i'm christina mclarty. >> in the wake of the anthony weiner sex admissions, all eyes on his wife huma, her body language speaks volumes. the question is, can her good wife play save his once-promising political career? from the latest headlines to the late night jokes, it's trending now. >> the race for mayor of new york city is getting interesting. >> this time anthony weiner is sexting women under the name of carlos danger. this is weiner's way of getting more latino support. i'll be carlos danger. >> weiner apologized for this new scandal, i guess. and he apologized for the next one.
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