tv KRON 4 News Weekend KRON July 28, 2013 8:00am-10:01am PDT
from a second possible bart strike. negotiations. it's a foggy morning but long. we'll get your forecast in a moment. let's take a live look outside at the golden gate bridge there is more fog of this morning and coastal drizzle. >> to the cheers today were born to be colder than it was on yesterday. >> will also be breezy this afternoon. allied a san
person that was injured is suspected that the other person in the accident was a criminal. >> other top stories is that we're one week away from a possible second strike of bart. >> the countdown can ten years, and the madto the strike >> hopkins is the only mediator and people are now questioning his job in the negotiations between bart and the union >>
union members. >> pensions medical benefits and salaries. >> should the second bart strike happen thousands of commuters will have to find another way to work appeared >> there will be more vessels and ferries. >> the ferries will start early in the morning and run late tonight. >> we will continue our coverage on a second possible barge strike please stay tuned to kron 4 news thought come here
>> knew this morning to officers were assaulted this morning when they stopped a 34 year old man who appeared to be intoxicated. >> there were two men fighting the two officers. >> also new this morning, one person is dead and two others have been hospitalized and a head on collision in san leandro just after 2:30 a.m.. >> the police chief explains
what happened when he arrived at the crash site appeared >> there were a total of three be vehicles involved in the victim's car there was one fatality. allie the oths were injured appeared to men were taken to hospital in serious condition but are expected to survive it is not known if alcohol or drones were a factor in this fatal crash. >> let's take a live look outside the downtown san
francisco where it is cloudy and foggy this morning. will have more on the forecast we come back from break in on kron 4 news weekend. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪
it's been 60 years since north and south korea signed an armistice that ended combat in the korean war. yesterday, president obama honored the u-s vets at the korean war veterans memorial in washington, while north korea's leader made a surprising public appearance. cristina mutchler has more on the days' events. >> >>"here in america, no war should ever be forgotten, and no veteran should ever be overlooked." veterans and spectators gather on the national mall the 60th anniversary of what is sometimes described as "the forgotten war." the cease-fire signed in 19- 53 left the korean peninsula divided and volatile to this very day. president obama says despite the lack of a formal peace treaty. the war did not end in a tie.
obama>>"when 50 million south koreans live in freedom, a vibrant democracy, one of the world's most dynamic economies, in stark contrast to the repression and poverty of the north, that is a victory and that is your legacy." meanwhile, a world away in north korea -- vibrant dancing and theatrical demonstrations celebrate what the north calls its "victory day" in pyongyang. and a sight rarely, if ever, seen, north korea's leader kim jong un walking through a crowd of foreign media saturday-- touring a new museum memorializing their triumph in the three year war. despite the lingering hostility with north korea -- defense secretary chuck hagel notes the partnerships created amongst nearly two dozen nations during the course of the conflict. >> >>"they showed the world that different peoples and different nations can accomplish many, many good things for the world when we work together."
live look outside. bay bridge let's take a quick look outside this morning. let's check in with janu for your sunday forecast. >> foggy a cloudy to the start of the morning today appeared >> we are dealing with low clouds inland. >> upper 50s for the east bay shore is currently. >> 55 degrees right now in half moon bay. >> but by noon time were
looking at maybe 60's doing the bay shore appeared >> 64 the coastal areas this afternoon appeared >> '80s in land. >> temperatures will drop into the 50s later this evening. >> netted the doctor agrees today for brentwood. >> 90 degrees in brentwood. >> upper '70's and 80's for the south bay. >> mid '80s for santa clara and san jose. >> 724 oakland. >> 7 f 61 and ocean
♪ you like to keep yepour far my othe thme fme you ydog.do ao intrinoducinucg new nerinariog w wght ghhealhey.y. it's a's no-sacrifcrices,es caloriloe-lighlit way wa hel hr with a delicioicusly tlyender d dunchunkibbki ble b he' h lov l and 22d fewefecalories than hadg gchowch discdier ter lig ler sere ofe. new puw rina dna cho clighli& &althal
in new york. anthony weiner's mayoral campaign has suffered yet another setback this weekend. his campaign manager quit yesterday amid turmoil over new sexting revelations. on tuesday, weiner admitted he continued to send lewd messages and photos to women he met online, long after leaving congress in disgrace. some voters are confronting him on the campaign trail, upset by his refusal to drop out of the race. >>"i don't quite understand how you would feel you have the moral authority as the head administrator in the city to oversee employees when your standard of conduct is so much lower than the standard of conduct >>"are you not voting for me?" >>"i will not vote for you sir." two years ago, weiner resigned from his house seat after admitting he sent women.
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. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
>> this evening there will be a in increase and a cloud cover and breezy. >> downtown san francisco be about 60 degrees tonight by 8:00 p.m.. >> oakland' residents fed up with crime are not waiting for police to help them. dozens packed into maxwell yesterday. some in the neighborhood are trying to organize private patrols through the security company first alarm. at a cost of 15-dollars per household. residents came with questions on liability and effectiveness of the patrols. opinions about the plan. >> >>".i don't like what it says about where i live. we're moving forward with
the private patrol idea." the meeting came three days after the shooting of judy salamon. killed while driving her car through the neighborhood. residents say they aren't wednesday's shooting. but they hope patrols *will criminals away. an oakland man is demanding something be done after a gunman hits a car with a child inside. no one was hurt, but the man is questioning why oakland police isn't looking for the shooter. kron 4's jeff bush details what happened. >> take a look at the top of your screen and you will see the man in the white t shirt pull out his gun. jose ortiz oakland resident he started shooting. one, two, three, four, five and
when he was going around he started shooting behind him without looking and put the bullets into my son's car. jose says this is the man who pulled the trigger. the shooting happened back in may. jose ortiz got the video from this store on high street, where the shooting happened. jose is horrified that the shooter fired indescriminatly. jose's grandson was in the back seat of the car. ortiz : he was shooting at someone across the street?: he was shooting at someone who was at the corner of santa rita and high street. there is my son coming out all upset. my grandson is in the back seat with his dog. jose says this is the shooter. he took the video to the police but says nothing has happened. ortiz the investigator from the police department told me that he tried to pursue it and they didn't want to do nothing about it. so, where
do we go from here? if the d.a. doesn't enforce the law then we are never going to stop this crime. we're never going to stop this guy. jose says he wants theen t po case and hopes that someone who the suspect is. i'm jeff bush at oakland police headquarters, kron four news. more than 100 people rallied in front of a historic post office in berkeley yesterday closure. due to the bad economy and a steady decline in mail volume, the postal service says it plans to close the downtown berkeley post office and hundreds of other post offices across the country. protestors rallied for hours in front of the main post office to demand that the united states postal service reverse its decision to sell the services elsewhere.
>>".post office building." the 52-thousand square foot building, which was built in 1914, is on the national register of historic places. berkeley officials including mayor tom bates, assemblywoman loni hancock they will fight the closure. another classmate of a teen girl who killed herself by three teen boys. while she was passed out. has been added to the families' lawsuit. audrie pott's family initially sued three 16- year-old boys in april. the lawsuit accused them of
sexually abusing their daughter during a september the assault. but last month the family's attorney added a 15-year-old girl to the lawsuit.saying eight days after the attack, 15-year-old adrie pott's mother's los gatos home there's a good chance you've heard of burning man. it is the largest outdoor arts event in north america francisco.
federal land managers have granted the event known as burning man a permit that allows 68-thousand people to attend the event this year. however officials say event organizers need to comply with over 60 conditions related to security, public safety, resource management and cleanup. capacity. last year, the crowd at the offbeat art and music event peaked at just over 53- thousand people. will be back after the break on kron 4 news weekend
in egypt. the death toll has risen to 72 as authorites open fire on islamist supporters of the ex-president. the military ousted mohammed morsi in a coup on july 3rd, following protests where millions demanded he step this weekend marks the second round of deadly clashes in two weeks between morsi supporters - and soldiers backed by armed civilians. egypt's interior minister has vowed to end the islamist demonstrations. nearly 800 people have been fighting.
pope francis wraps up his historic trip to brazil today. he's conducting mass on rio's copa-cabana beach. and the vatican says more than 3 million are there for services. many of the faithful camptedduring his arrival, some in the crowd tossed t- shirts, into his open car. the pontiff caught some of the gifts, kissed babies and sipped tea people gave to him. we'll be back after the
of us take a quick look at our forecast we are waking up to some drizzle and fog this morning perry >> we are expecting afternoon sun shine. >> we are starting to see some clearing of the fog and the sun will be totally out by this afternoon. >> 57 degrees currently in san jose. >> 85 degrees expected for
los gatos appeared >> fremont 774 high today. >> 83 in danville. >> 68 degrees will be the high in san leandro appeared >> 61 degree perspective for ocean beach perry >> first pitch for the giants game and 1 05 schools to be breezy. >> the upper sixties to low seventies for the game perry >> the: trend will continue into the work week and next year
>> as construction continues on bay bridge, the opening date remains in limbo. that's because of those it will take to fix them. but as kron 4's dan kerman explains, a fall opening is not entirely off the table. bay bridge repair and opening 072213 the scheduled labor day earlier this month because a permanent fix to those cracked bolts won't be done until december 10th that's installing a steel saddle. but that doesn't mean labor day is entirely off the table. but a lot of things have to come together and quickly. how is that possible? a panel of engineers has said a permanent fix isn't required to open the new span. in fact they say the first step to making that permanent fix, is good enough and will resolve any safety questions. that first step calls for when one the question is, is that fix, is in place?
the toll bridge program oversight committee has asked the federal highway administration to weigh in their concerns. and if the oversight committee itself agrees and if those shims can be manufactured and installed in time then we could see an earlier opening but again. a lot has to fall into place. dan kerman kron 4 news with the bases loaded and no outs in the eighth inning, the giants just couldn't pull it off. the cubs beat the giants 1-0 madison bumgarner pitched a good game though, keeping the cubs to two runs or less for eight straight innings. the giants take on the cubs again today with first pitch at 1:05. the oakland a's are celebrating their 3-1 angels last night. old school and rocked their 1969 uniforms during the a's catcher derek norris had a pinch-hit two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning
oakland's win last night is their biggest advance in the american league west since 2006 when they won the division by four games. the a's take on the angels coliseum with first pitch at 1:05. earthquakes hold off timbers 2-1 eds: apnewsnow. earthquakes 2, timbers 1 santa clara, calif. - victor bernardez and steven lenhart a 2-1 victory against the portland timbers on werebernardez, a center back, stepped up in the absence of forward chris wondolowski and converted a 55th-minute penalty kick to give san lenhart slipped in behind the timbers' defense to touch home a long free kick by shea salinas in the 58th minute. darlington nagbe scored for the timbers in the 83rd minute, but portland couldn't find an equalizer even after san jose midfielder marvin chavez was given two yellow cards and was ejected in the 86th minute. san jose won its second straight match to move past seattle and into seventh place in the western conference. the timbers lost for the second time in four games
elier this month. bc-fbn--raiders-holmes suspended,1st ld-writethru raiders wr andre holmes suspended eds: updates with statement. with ap photos. josh dubow ap sports writer napa, calif. - oakland raiders receiver andre holmes was suspended saturday for the first four violating the nfl policy on performance enhancing holmes will be eligible to return to the raiders' washington in the fourth game of the season. he will games. holmes said in a statement that he was surprised when he found out that he tested positive for a banned amphetamine during an offseason test in april. >>"i know that i had been quite ill when i was tested in early april, as i reported to the sample collector at the time my sample was given, so i medications i was taking was responsible," he said. after further testing, i do not know how the substance got into my system. the drug with a zero tolerance, so after consulting with the appeal the discipline. >>"during training camp and extremely hard, and i will if situation." holmes was claimed off waivers from new england in may. he played seven games for dallas last season, yards. coach dennis allen said the
team knew a suspension was a a league matter and he would have no additional comment. -oakland raiders receiver andre holmes has been suspended for the first four violating the nfl policy on substances. holmes was england in may. girls' junior fort wayne, ind. - gabriella lakareber abe's bid tothen, the 17-year-old upland, calif., player who will be a freshman at southern california, beat abe 2 and 1 in the 36-hole final at sycamore hills. the 17-year-old abe, from angleton, texas, missed a bill wright and alton duhon school and plans to attend alabama in 2014. eds: apnewsnow. will bebeth harris associated press beverly hills, calif. - up his skates to join nbc's coverage of the 2014 sochi olympics. the most decorated u.s. winter olympian in history will work as an analyst on doing features and studio raw commentary during the network's coverage in without fanfare, although he hadn't competed since the 2010 vancouver games. he won eight medals in three
olympics. last year's summer olympics in london. in june, he started hosting a new version of "minute to win it" on the game show network. ohno says he may also of alpine skiing and snowboarding in sochi, russia. bc-car--nascar-nationwide kyle busch wins nationwide photos. ap sports writer indianapolis - kyle busch dominated to win the nationwide series race at indianapolis motor speedway. busch had the fastest car saturday to win for the busch led 92 of 100 laps but final restart. total bid by to the brink of kron4 news [ male announcer ] how do you do a summer clearance the dodge way?
you're too perfect. even the inside of your dishwasher sparkles. ok, so i'm the bad guy for being clean? you said it! you know, you... bababababa ladies! s! let's not fight dirty. hi, cascade kitchen counselor. see, over time... new cascade platinum's triple cleaning formula delivers brilliant shine that finish gel can't beat. it even helps keep your dishwasher sparkling. new cascade platinum is cascade's best.
and get your forecast for good morning janu. >> we have similar conditions to yesterday with some coastal fog and breezy today. >> there will be an increase in call coverage this evening and it should be to drop down into the 50s and 60s. >> a san jose patrol car slams into a palm tree. as the officer reportedly tried to make a traffic stop. kron 4's mike pelton live in san jose near 11th street and san fernando with the latest. mike? top story we are following this morning.
away from the second possible barge strike. >>bart management and union members met again yesterday to negotiate while the count down continues. the next major contract negotiation talks are set bart's general manager was on kron 4 yesterday, and she addressed the concerns raised following the disclosure that chief negotiator, thomas hock, had a connection to the shuttle strike last month.
in response, the general manager says negotiations are still going on. she says while a full resolution has not been reached, smaller compromises are being made. was approved by the state mediator. saying he is available by phone. they say it is possible that an agreement can be made without him. and here is a recap of what contracts that bart cannot seem to agree upon. medical benefits, and salaries. specifically, bart management is asking union members to start paying into and bart workers are asking for a 21 percent pay years. should the second bart strike happen, thousands of commuters will have to find another way to get to work. one alternate mode of transportation is the san francisco bay ferry service. ferry operators met earlier this week to talk about their plans. they say more vessels will be used, thirteen of them that includes all 11 of the s-f bay ferries own boats and two from golden gate ferry. also, the schedule will
start earlier in the morning and run later at night. minutes. continue our coverage on a we have all the latest information on kron four - dot -com as well as our 24/7 channel on comcast 193 new this morning-- officers were hospitalized during a routine traffic stop in santa rosa. just before 10 -pm last night officers stopped 34- year-old korynn stewart who officers say the passenger in her car, joseph simmons got out and confronted them. stewart broke free from the handcuffs, a fight ensued, and simmons kicked one of additional officers arrived hong and helped bring stewart and simmons into custody. hullthe two officers and stewart were released from the hospital, while simmons for additional treatment.
it's been 60 years since north and south korea signed an armistice that ended combat in the korean war. yesterday, president obama korean war veterans memorial in washington, while north surprising public appearance. on the days' events. obama should ever be forgotten, and no veteran should ever be overlooked." veterans and spectators gather on the national mall in washington to commemorate "the forgotten war." the cease-fire signed in 19-
53 left thkorean peninsula divided and volatile to this very day. president obama says despite treaty. the war did not end in a tie. obama >>"when 50 million south koreans live in freedom, a vibrant democracy, one of the world's most dynamic economies, in stark contrast to the repression and poverty of the north, that is a victory and that is your legacy." what the north calls its "victory day" in pyongyang. and a sight rarely, if ever, kim jong un walking through a crowd of foreign media saturday-- touring a new museum memorializing their triumph in the three year war. defense secretary chuck hagel notes the partnerships created amongst nearly two course of the conflict. >"they showed the world that different peoples and different nations can accomplish many, many good things for the world when we work together."
bridge let's take a quick look outside this morning. let's check in with janu for your sunday forecast. >> right now we are still seeing some over cast skies and it is breezy and outside this morning. carli then 61 degrees in concord. >> by noon time it will be in the '60s to the coastal areas. >> eighties in the inland
a swat team in florida has killing six people. police say this man, 42- year-old pedro alberto vargas shot three men and three women friday night. it happened at an apartment complex in hia-leah. authorities believe a dispute with the property managers led to the shootings. unload more than 30 rounds, and had more ammo with him >"he still had plenty of live rounds of ammunition left with him. had we not this could had been a much greater tragedy" police confirmed reports that vargas was a quiet tenant who lived in the complex with his mom who was shooting. will we back after the break on
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. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
a fatal car crash has closed down a busy street in san leandro. >> the victim in this reddick is it 57 year old woman who was inside his car at the time of the car wreck. allied a drum driver is to blame >> the driver was traveling speed up to 100 mi. per hour when he crashed into this woman says car appeared >> the driver appears to have lost control of the as you've be and killed a female 57 year old passenger appeared this happened in san leandro. >> the 57 year-old woman was
trapped in her car and dead on arrival when the police got there. >> several other people were injured but there is only one fatal person killed pierre >> the drivers of both vehicles are at nearby hospitals and we don't know the conditions of their health at this point appeared >> this role not be able to
reopen until least 11:00 a.m. today. >> ellis took a look at the forecasts for this morning. >> another foggy day to day. >> if these and '60s out there right now appear >> 63 right now in sunnyvale. and 59 in san jose appeared >> the coastal fall will linger throughout the afternoon antipater's will be slightly cooler than yesterday's. >> mid '80s expected in the south bay appeared >> this evening we will see an increase in cloud coverage
>> temperatures will drop to the low seventies this afternoon. >> will have full forecast coming up later in this broadcast. >> oakland' residents fed up with crime are not waiting for police to help them. dozens packed into maxwell park for a meeting yesterday. some in the neighborhood are patrols through the security company first alarm.
questions on liability and patrols. and there are some split opinions about the plan. >>".i don't like what it says about where i live. we're moving forward with the private patrol idea." the meeting came three days after the shooting of judy salamon. killed while driving her car through the neighborhood. sure if private patrols could have prevented wednesday's shooting. but they hope patrols *will criminals away. something be done after a gunman hits a car with a child inside. no one was hurt, but the man is questioning why oakland shooter. what happened. take a look at the top of the man in the white t shirt hud pull out his gun. jose ortiz two, three, four, five and
when he was going around he started shooting behind him bullets into my son's car. jose says this is the man who pulled the trigger. high street, where the shooting happened. jose is horrified that the shooter fired indescriminatly. jose's grandson was in the back seat of the car. ortiz : he was shooting at someone across the street?: he was shooting at someone who was at the corner of santa rita hong with his dog. jose says this is the shooter. he took the video to the police but says the investigator from the and they didn't want to do nothing about it. so, where do we go from here? if the d.a. doesn't enforce the law then we are never going to stop this crime. we're never going to stop this guy. jose says he wants the
in egypt. the death toll has risen to 72 as authorites open fire on islamist supporters of the ex-president. the military ousted mohammed morsi in a coup on july 3rd, following protests where millions demanded he step down. this weekend marks the second round of deadly clashes in two weeks between morsi supporters - and egypt's interior minister has vowed to end the islamist demonstrations. nearly 800 people have been injured so far in the fighting.
>> we're starting to see some clearing during portions of the peninsula. >> temperatures carly 61 and fairfield and antioch already in the low '70's. >> >> afternoon highs mid '80s for san jose upper 70's for milpitas. >> mid '80s it pittsburg and antioch. >> 74 degrees in castro valley appeared >> low sixties for ocean beach appeared >> 80 degrees in santa rosa
appeared >> loaded mid-60's for the giants game with the first pitch will be at 1:05 p.m.. >> the 7 day around the bay will show that the cooling will continue into next week. >> back to you any peer >> as construction continues on the bay bridge, the opening day remains in limbo for set labor day weekend. >> the schedule labor day weekend opening was postponed earlier this month because those crab boats will be done to september 10th at the earliest.
>> does not mean that labor day is entirely off the table but a lot of things have to come together quickly appeared >> a panel of engineers has submitted a proposal of how to resolve the safety issues. >> the first-ever calls for inserting still plays or shem's from moving too much in case of an earthquake. >> is that enough of for the part of a fixed? pierre >> if all of these conditions come together they may be the brick bay bridge and open on labor day weekend all that is still in limbo at this point. >> then carmen kron 4 news.
>> the giants just could not be the cups the cubs beat them. >> the giants take on the cover cubs again today and 1 05 p.m. appeared >> good game though, keeping for eight straight innings. the giants take on the cubs again today with first pitch at 1:05. the oakland a's are celebrating their 3-1 angels last night. they took it back a little old school and rocked their 1969 uniforms during the game. a's catcher derek norris had a pinch-hit two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning oakland's win last night is 2006 when they won the division by four games. the a's take on the angels again today at the oakland coliseum with first pitch at
1:05. 2-1 eds: apnewsnow. earthquakes bernardez and steven lenhart scored three minutes apart in the second half and the san jose earthquakes earned a 2-1 victory against the saturday. bernardez, a center back, stepped up in the absence of and converted a 55th- minute penalty kick to give san jose the lead. lenhart slipped in behind the timbers' defense to by shea salinas in the 58th minute. the timbers in the 83rd couldn't find an equalizer midfielder marvin chavez was given two yellow cards and was ejected in the 86th minute. san jose won its second seattle and into seventh place in the western conference. since their 15-match winless streak ended earlier this month. bc-fbn--raiders-holmes suspended,1st ld-writethru eds: updates with statement. with ap photos. josh dubow ap sports writer napa, calif. - oakland violating the nfl policy on performance enhancing holmes will be eligible to return to the raiders' active roster sept. 30, the
day after they host washington in the fourth be allowed to participate in all preseason practices and games. holmes said in a statement that he was surprised when he found out that he tested positive for a banned offseason test in april. >>"i know that i had been sample was given, so i thought one of the medications i was taking was "however, to this day, even after further testing, i do got into my system. the drug policy rules are very strict appeal the discipline. continue to work intensely so that i'm ready to contribute the minute i am back. i sincerely apologize situation." holmes was claimed off yards. team knew a suspension was a possibility but said it was -oakland raiders receiver violating the nfl policy on england in may.
francisco priest envisions building a columbarium to house ashes of the dearly departed pets including cats, dogs and police officers' horses. residents regardless of their faith. and they're donations. during his lifetime, st francis of assisi was famously devoted to animals. elvis presley's tom spring homes will be soon open to the public. >> the foes on or after elvers had money issues the new owner plans to renovate the home and make it look like how did one eldest live then the mansion will be open in october appeared >> that is kron 4 news weekend thank you for jordan as good night
discover the champion in you! . . (applause) well, god bless you. it's always a joy to come into your homes. if you're ever in our area please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you we'll make you feel right at home. but thanks so much for tuning in. thank you again for coming out. i like to start with something funny. i heard about this man. he was in a dark restaurant. he said to the lady sitting next to him, "would you like to hear a blonde joke?" she said, "well, before you tell me you should know i'm blonde, six foot tall and a professional bodybuilder. the lady next to me is blonde, six foot two and a professional wrestler. and the lady next to her is blonde, six foot fan
Uploaded by TV Archive on