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afternoon santa clara police department was involved in that under cover drug operation. at morning in mathilde during the course of the operation, chavez were fired. one suspect was hit with the gunfire. and transported to a local hospital. i do not know the details or brother they were out of the car or not. >> how many officers were involved? >> we are still trying to investigate we do not have the answer yet. >> reporter: the investigation has been turned over to sunnyvale police department. that investigation is very much under way right now. all of the crews working and no one
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else but thankfully was hurt. we do not have any word of the condition of the suspect was shot. here's a look at the location and traffic impact in sunnyvale. >> reporter:the shooting was here at the hobee's restaurant parking lot. that's just off 101 near mathilda. two northbound lanes of mathilda have been blocked.and ahwanee avenue is also blocked off. we'll stay on top of this developing story and bring you updates as we get them. >> reporter:it is new -- big and beautiful. but it is causing a nightmare for commuters. we're talking about the new span of the bay bridge. the breathtaking views apparently causing some serious traffic backups. >> pam: on the left -- a video timelapse of the morning commute lasting into the afternoon. traffic backed up. trying to
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get into san francisco. on the right -- video of the start of the evening commute. cars backed up on the james lick -- trying to get onto the bridge and into the east bay. tonight -- kron 4 is tracking the backup. and we start with charles clifford on yerba buena island -- with a great view of the traffic on the new span. charles >> reporter: movie ok was found to san francisco. let's take some look a stick to look at some video i to shot. usually when you stuck in one of the un reps and want to get on to the rich usually think just speed up but that was not the case today. it was slow all across. slow-growing and to
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see people taking pictures of their bridge and taking their time getting across. >> very slow. >> there is lowland, and a slowing down because people are taking pictures. >> is low because people are stopping to take pictures and people are trying to get back and forth to work and a slowing the process. >> >> reporter:, of la kron 4 s 6:00 we will have a another update on the traffic out here on the bay bridge charles clifford kron 4 news.
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>> reporter:we're tracking traffic on day two of the new bay bridge evening commute. here's a live look a the bay bridge toll plaza,. now real time speeds on the roadways. kron four's jeff bush is of the popular on-ramps to the bay bridge in san francisco. jeff.how's it looking at 5th and bryant? >> reporter: rush you are coming on the bay bridge to sentences goal is not that. >> catherine: two big developing stories to tell you about. starting with shocking news out of cleveland. convicted kidnapper ariel castro is dead. he was found hanging in his prison cell tuesday night. >> catherine: it was barely a month ago when ariel castro was sentenced to life in prison to avoid a possible deathhe
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seemed rambling and unrepentant.insisting he was not a monster and was 'sick'. >> catherine: he'd been in protective custody at this ohio state prison. officials say he used a bed sheet tuesday night to hang himself in his prison cell. since he was supposedly being checked by guards every 30 minutes. castro's attorney is wondering how this happened. >> catherine: >> reporter: >> catherine: initially - castro was being checked on every ten minutes - but that stopped in june after it was decided he was not a risk to himself. the three women held captive for years by castro have not publicly commented. relatives say they have mixed feelings about his suicide.because of the bond they shared with him for ten years. but overall.they're said to >> catherine: be happy that they don't have to think about him anymore.
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the cleveland home they were held in was demolished last month. we know that michelle knight - castro's first victim - taken off the street in 2002 - had hoped he'd spend many years behind bars. >> catherine: telling him in court - "now your hell is just beginning." one of the prosecutors on the case said tonight that the suicide shows that castro "couldn't take, even for a month, a small portion of what he had dished out for more than a decade." >>where castro's home once stood in cleveland.there are now flower beds. the city has decided that the land should stay open.with no new home being built here. our other developing story. >> catherine: >> catherine: today congress took the first step toward supporting the president's call for military action in syria. the senate foreign relations committee has passed a key resolution. it would give president obama the authority to use military force. the house is now considering the same resolution.
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>> catherine: next up - the full senate is expected to vote on it next week. >> catherine: any military mission would have to last no more than 90 days -- and it can't involve >> catherine: combat. >> catherine: we're going to talk to one expert - who doesn't think any good will come out of bombing syria. >> pam: a live look at san francisco. clear blue skies. but will the nice weather stick around? i'm here in the kron4 weather center with chief meteorologist jacqueline bennet. >> jacqueline: it will get out of their summer is not over yet! '60s at the media cosign and 66 with half moon bay and 69 with seven cisco. things are loaded cooler in livermore with being in the eighties before in now and the '70s. looking at our
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satellite ryder picture we have clear skies of the bay area and keeping our eye on the storm to the north. once it passes through we will see warmer temperatures for friday in the week end. patchy low cloud coverage and for thursday in a little bit more money into that. with a look at how one with your extended forecast coming up. you can see the blue skies and call coverage but not much. i will be showing you throughout the show. >> pam: >> jacqueline: and lots of viewers sending their nice weather pictures to us. here is one of them. like our kron4 facebook page -- and send us yours -- i'll be showing of them throughout the show. >> pam: how much will people be pain for obama care under
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>> reporter: will soon be two lanes and a stiff shoulder of westwood 24. this road were adam standing on his stomach strike yet but it's completely paved and can drive all the way to the other side. cooking up heat sensors and carbon carbon monoxide detectors in case of a fire. what you are looking at here are two of 19 jet fan spirit that would help set out smoke. so people can move between the third in four to four in case of an emergency. there will soon put in a manual fire alarm pull. this will
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allow them to pump about 500 gal. a minute. quebec is still up a record bathtub in about 30 seconds. after all this work is completed you have to undergo a series of fire drills. and once it all contended all that they expect the tunnel to open about a week later. projected to be at the end of 2013. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> pam: wait until you hear what the mayor of boston had to say about the tried and is now saying i'm sorry.
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that was possibly gang- related. at least three people were taken in for questioning by police. the student who died was 16 years old. >> catherine: sources say there have been simmering tensions between rival gangs at the school for some time. >> pam: in bay area news. >> pam: a robbery suspect behind bars after crashing his carearlier today, oakland police tried to pull over a stolen vehicle when the driver took off onto the eastbound 580. >> pam: the suspect crashed into the center divider and then took off on foot, but was later arrested. >> jacqueline: as we head into thursday the still will have sampled the start today but clear quickly and temperatures will want a little bit. and to friday
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and saturday things will be warming substantially into the 80s and 90s. more on that but let's talk about your thirsted out the door please clear skies to the north bay and looks like a majority of the fog sole clearing to the north and to the delta with current so we will see some insights into the afternoon but tepper to wise about the same as today a couple of degrees warmer in some locations. 79 in san mateo and 77 in oakland, 79 in union city, and for the inland valleys we will see morning with more upper 80 degree temperature readings. 84 and plaza 10 am for the south bay we will see 70's
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and low 80s. 88 in morgan hill and for the north bay a lot of eighties as well. and look and half above a bit more into friday saturday and sunday people are sending a nice hot weather pictures into of spirit here is one nice with no clout in sight. i will be showing them throughout the show in coming days >> reporter: in new york times magazine interview when asked to what he would do if he lived in detroit he said, blow up the place and start all over. the mayor
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states that his words were a poor choice but the facts remain. i read their financial report the extent of the numbers but i give a did portraits of words. pour choice of words >> reporter: management like to say that is up to the mediator and that they set the schedule but we have documentation that in the case that the union have wanted to meet and management has said now. that story coming up tonight. >> reporter: taking place
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next week they will unveil the next iphone this is the actual and fight and stay tune but as you look at the in by it and go over all of the rumors for the next iphone and what to expect next week.
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>> pam: tonight kron4 has obtained documents that indicate bart management has been a road block to continue the talks appeared than carmen has more results in much of the cooler. colon off. has been wasted. >> reporter: 80 you and a seat iu has not met once. management will like to say that meeting dates are up to
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the state mediator. but it did we have documentation showing that the meant union has won to meet and management has not. in response bart management sent aclu this e-mail three days later stand that his last offer, was in fact the final out offer. the final offer was not represented hit to all members of the union. >> they're not in a rush to negotiate. >> reporter: union followed up with another e-mail axing to management to meet. on august 20th bart management
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comes up refuse to meet seen there was nothing in the court's order that specified any required meeting schedule. >> try to set up meetings and they refuse to meet. the mediators cannot set up a meeting unless the district is also willing to meet. >> reporter: management has agreed to meet on the 12th and 14th of september lasted a month before the cooling off period expires. >> they have not returned our calls. then permit kron4 news. husband who live here
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percent; gold will cover 80 percent, and platinum 90 percent. and today we have our first idea of the cost. >> reporter:the biggest study yet of premiums posted by states finds that the sticker price for a 21-year- old buying the mid-range silver policy will average about 270 dollars a month. a 40-year-old will average close to 330 dollars , for a 60-year-old, the sticker price is nearly double: 615 dollars a month. >>ka-ching >> reporter:ahh, but there is a sweetener, likely to bring the cost way down for most people. you will also get a government tax credit based on your income. for example, if you make 23,000 dollars a year, you would pay no more than 6.3 percent of your annual income. >> reporter:that's about 14=hundred dollars for the silver plan. >> reporter:the obama administration didn't challenge the study, but a spokeswoman for health and humans services pointed out that the numbers are
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averages and that consumers will have cheaper options. the new health care numbers are catching some people here in the bay area by surprise. >>jennifer: if i could afford $270 a month for health care.i would already have health care. >>amy: i sure hope it helps me.i pay $421/month for just myself! >> reporter:and we always welcome your imput and opinion. head to our kron-4 facebook fan page, like us, and join >> pam: today, congress took the first step toward supporting the president's call for military action in syria -- the senate foreign relations committee passed a key resolution. >> pam: while obama took to an in >>"the resolution is agreed to and is ordered favorably reported by the committee" >> reporter:the first major approval of president obama's push for a military strike against syria. the president: now one step closer to the resolution's full senate passage. >>"when it comes to the use of weapons of mass destruction -- particularly chemical weapons- the united states must take a strong
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position." >> reporter:next up: the house. where obama advisors went to prod those members into acting. >>"this is about the world's red line, this is about humanity's red line" >> reporter:meanwhile: >> reporter:president obama and russian president vladimir putin jab at each other over syria. >>"it has been very difficult to get russia working through the security council to acknowledge some of the terrible behavior of the assad regime." >>"right now we are just guessing / people in politics don't act like that. " >> reporter:obama: >> reporter:in sweden wednesday. >> reporter:putin: >> reporter:giving an interview to the associated press, tuesday. the two men will likely speak "on the margins" of the g-20 summit that begins thursday, a white house
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official said. >> gary:obama, reiterated russia's relationship with syra. hoping that putin support a strike. putin said his country could support one if provided conclusive proof the syrian regime used chemical weapons against its people. and if the u-n approves one. in washington, im shannon travis. >> pam: tonight at 530pm, professor stephen zunes will be a guest on set to talk about syria. zunes is a professor of international relations and middle east politics at usf. >> >> pam: he says he does not see how bombing will make anything better. he doesn't think any good will come out of it. >> reporter: >> given the history of iraq, the support of israel's occupation in southwestern serious there is fear that any action of
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in that state's may end up strengthening politically. >> pam: has not worked so, so what else should be done? >> pam: but that's not happening. >> will the military strike accomplish? i really wish, i would love to see military action work if it could ease the suffering of the syrian people i would be all for it. as horrified as the art of the rouging they are really afraid that they will have the opposite effect.
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history is country of in the up into major wars brother we calibrate this to make it work? it is possible? >> pam: the you think that this use of chemical weapons will become a part of military arsenal use? >> unfortunately syria and israel in egypt or owning the remainder of all this refers to have made progress in the last 20 years of eliminating this. >> catherine: george zimmerman has beenon tuesday, the former neighborhood watch volunteer was pulled over in lake mary, florida. he'd been doing 60 miles an
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hour in a 45-mile-per-hour zone. here's what happened.as recorded by the police officer. >>:22 ".give me a sec, ok?" >> catherine: zimmerman got a $256-dollar ticket. >> catherine: he was recently pulled over in texas for speeding. in that case, he had a gun in the car. he did not this time. >> catherine: zimmerman was acquitted in july in the shooting death of 17-year- old trayvon martin. >> pam: coming up. how neighbors tried to rescue the victims in my fire officials say that they
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unintentionally made the fire worst. >> someone sit get upholds get the hose but we did not know which one to get. the neighbors came out and we were breaking the windows and everything else. >> reporter: to fight their attempts to say to people two people died and though fire. >> that act if she was ok? she was ok to said know i am not ok with. oh what a stupid question test i'm sitting here on fire what a stupid question to ask. >> reporter: firefighter said by breaking up the windows in the trailer the
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unofficially helped fuel the flames. the smoke was given extra air again unfortunately increased. neighbors say after seeing this lays it may be time to move. i'm thinking about it if i really won a stay in a trailer after this spirit >> pam: there's been rumors of an apple watch coming soon. but now -- another major tech company beat them to it. >> pam: then -- why our financial expert is calling a major move by linked in -- genius. >> pam: the winners and losers on wall street are next. next. some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will.
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some things won't last 25 years. at&t brings it all together. ah! woof! some things will. shhhhh! in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet. yeah, our babysitter didn't have a million ways to serve mom up on a silver platter. we had to count sheep to fall asleep. and i always worried that i was creating an overcrowded sheep farm. in my head... never looked like that farmer took proper care of those sheep. too much? a little. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >> pam: now for today's market update. stocks are closing higher on wall street after automakers reported strong sales gains.
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>> pam: the dow jones rose nearly 97 points to close at 14,930 today. the nasdaq rose 36 points to >> pam: points to 1,653. >> reporter: bay sent out an invitation and the stock starts to rise in now we are waiting on the big announcement. >> expecting to get a new iphone 5 s and up may be an update i fought to the iphone tv. this is i'm not either going to be china mobile or a combination of both. it has a lot of upside, a lot of upside. the watch was announced today in germany and which if you look a bit do we really want
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that encore are wrist. it is a piece of glass not a fashion accessory. notice the e-mail button there, it will not be revolutionary because it will not replace the phone will work with the phone. so apple will come up with a watch at some point in time but i will count on apple making it more stylish. but some some people to the punch but will say. lee >> reporter: pian, their shares are falling. >> their shares were rising day after day and recall time high and now they're appointed issues diluting
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percent tariff there is a professional facebook and a gain revenue on three levels sprit for them to issue these new shares on at all-time high is like apple by ninth apple possible point its genius and wise spirit every single day el wish that i own shares of linked end. >> reporter: >> if you short today them buy back in 10 days his stroke win in the last 12 years it's been a winner for you because market is bal aid of those last 12 years with it. she was a catholic
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schoolgirl that one snap smartest is occurred of reflection where a lot of people on wall street are working on wall street bet our reflecting and cutting down on technology in their lives. for russia shanna. some years it will work and some years in well. >> jacqueline: still hanging on to the '80s in a couple of places like concord antioch. closer to the coast line some pretty nice day.
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starting to move to the east once it passes us warmer and drier weather will be all so temperatures in the south bay for thursday and running in the low 80s and 83 in moscow this. 86 and concord and 87 in antioch. up to the north bay just depending on where you are. bullying old boy is it going to get hot friday, saturday and sunday
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except for at the immediate coast line. and rememberyou can get weather anytime with kron4's new mobile app. weather, traffic and news anytime you need it. download it today. >> pam: this is traffic heading westbound a course in the eastern sprints quite a novelty in try to get a look at it. >> pam: apple's event invitations now out. sharing clues to what new features the next i-phone could hold in store! >> pam: and a heated confrontation with anthony weiner! we share the comment that set him off!
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gabe slate tech report >> reporter: this should brighten everyone's day i personally think that this is a hint that there will be iphone of various colors. pink, yellow and may be a grit. i've apple has not burned everything right now is still roomer. confirms. >> reporter: the idea that
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it would be a standard black and white iphone along with the new gold iphone. for the first time ever to be two different models at one time toward the second version would be plastic with your features and it would be cheaper this would be their first low and ones will come in all sorts of colors compared to the isopods. leading up to believe that the next iphone will have been apparent when it condition built man. it's fun to talk about all of these rumors but apple has been tight-lipped parent be there will be some surprises that make some of this procedure that gave slate kron 4 news. >> this just in to the kron 4 newsroom. >> pam: 83 year old child
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has been hit and killed by a vehicle in oakland this is the same on an axis wrong road near i-880. 83 year-old child has been hit and we do not now rather this was a hit or run additional information is still coming into our news room. we will bring more at 6:00 after the break.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: oakland. a five-year-old child dies >> pam: in an accident in the eight hundred block of embarcadero late this afternoon. kron-4's alecia reid is on the scene. alecia -- what's the latest? >> reporter: although he wasn't going very fast among was selling for israel sidea developing story out of and
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he got hit by this car. it is cooperating is just a very unfortunate accident. the response team is on the way here to conduct a very thorough investigation. , who have the latest coming up at the in o'clock hour. i think you pam. an officer involved >> pam: is a developing story in coming out of sunnyvale an officer involved shooting this videothis is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. a lot of police activity in the area of ahwanee avenue, near highway 101. kron 4's scott rates is live on the scene with an update. >> pam: scott? >> reporter: they are primarily searching destruct right here. you can see the window which looks like it
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has been shot out. i shot this one-hour first and first up to the scene here according to senate bill pd and it was in santa clara police officer during an undercover investigation. now something of otherness investigation and and that is when this officer opened fire at one suspect that was probably inside the parking here at one point. we are still working up some of the details and try to get that for you. officers are up here still working on the same and will be like this quite some time. not i did learn that the man that was shot was taken to a nearby hospital. no word on his condition. luckily no one
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else was hurt. we will stay on top of this report and bring him not affirmation kron4 news. >> pam: a big story in the bay area continues to be the new span of the bay bridge. >> pam: traffic patterns for the first couple days appear to be flucutating from the norm. and many expects suspect it's because of people slowing to look at the new span. or additional drivers amnd tourists are using the bridge for the experience. >> pam: not to many people at the toll plaza tonight. >> pam: it's our big news of the day. >> pam: 24 hours ago -- westbound traffic on the bay bridge was very light. the other way -- not so much. >> pam: there are reports of eastbound traffic taking up the new span of the bridge. and the relative newness of the span is causing headaches on the roadways. >> pam: kron-4's charles clifford is live on treasure island. and he has more on what it looks like on the second
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full day of the bay bridge. charles? >> reporter: the starting to slow up and to get through the tunnel here. cross in the bridge about two hours a pile leaving san francisco and normally when you try to get on the on ramp once you get onto the bridge traffic used the speech of the not today. it was slow crossing the bridge on the western span through the, and the new eastern span. slow- growing the entire way. i ask them how was the traffic and how has it been the last two days. >> it has been ridiculous, a man. to many people try to take pictures and stopping
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and sits holding up traffic. >> you can see people renting video holding up their self, taking pictures. >> terrible, terrible. >> reporter: to probably be a bum month for people to get used to the new bridge and east began. woolsey >> reporter: as you can see tried to get on to the bay bridge if you are headed to oakland is a slow grind as chuck showed us. if you are: south on 880 is a message also. drivers get used to
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this new bridge and stay connected with us at any time of day with more information and check out our facebook and 20 pages. >> jacqueline: hitting 85 degrees in santa rosa as well as at as well as in antioch. in any doubt in sunnyvale. the mainly clear skies with a low pat patchy cloud coverage. we are gore and to seek a little bit of fog temperatures get again in the '70s and '80s. with a call with the temperatures in honor of your neighborhood as well as a bit more money coming up
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ariel castro - the man who >> catherine: admitted to holding three women inside his cleveland home for years and torturing them -- is dead.he was found hanged in his cell, just weeks after he was sentenced to spend the rest of his has the latest. he was senteced to life plus three women in his ohio home for years. but now ariel serve out that sentence. >> reporter:late tuesday night -- the man whom many describe as a monster-- was found hanging from a bed sheet in his prison cell. >> reporter:now his lawyer wants to know-- how could this happen? >>we weren't even permitted to leave glasses with him because the sheriff was afraid he may use them to kill himself. that was only 60 days ago. if they did a forensic evalutation with him recently, he should have been on suicide watch. >> reporter:castro was not part of the general prison population and prison officials say he was checked
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on every 30 minutes by guards. >> reporter:his family says they first learned of his suicide from the media and his cousin says this latest development was perhaps for the best. >>maybe this is the only way that he will be out of the spotlight. i think he was just always going to be in the spotlight. it seemed like everyday some new news report was coming out and i don't think they were ever going to find peace if he was still alive and in prision. >> reporter:the three victims have not yet spoken out about the news. but at least one of them wanted him to serve out his prison time. at castro's sentencing michelle knight confronted the man who held >>the death penalty will be so much easier. you don't deserve that. i spent 11 years in hell. now you're hell is just begining. >> reporter: it's a story people are
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>> catherine: talking about on our website -- kron-4 dot com. you can stay connected with that story and many others.. you can also share your >> catherine: thoughts on our facebook and twitter pages. >> reporter: >> pam: police say that the tilt of the car that she and her accomplice were driving. anyone who recognize her or the suspect contact local police department. and what the >> police said that he struck again, this morning at the rip with credit union getting away with an unknown amount of number of money. the kind of bandit is between 40 and 45 years of age when in a knit hat with
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the ball on top. he is considered armed and dangerous. san jose dwyer said. >> reporter: it is unlikely that it began due to a illegal marijuana grower operation. recently returned from building on the front line of the ram fire. this crew of six airmen flew 73 missions and them over 400 and of the bucket lows of fire or a total of some
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210,000 gal. of water. dashon will work providing commentary in his own words. >> we have a mission for you, and water mission we had a cal fire get on board and the plant where we needed to go and initially we destroyed were worth the want. >> reporter: what does the buffaloes of water have on a fire of this size. ? >> you can prevent what will happen down the road and help the firefighters try to put it out. and you get this dip and take the water over and basically the
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firefighters told you where they want in and you try to get it to win in speed going into it. >> pam: happening now in oakland 83 year old child the died in happened about 415 this afternoon. the driver involved in this accident want is on the scene and is cooperating with police. a 3 year old child >> reporter: i was sure that
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would clear about the clock to my morning and temperatures will warm slightly until thursday. satellite radar picture showing the clear conditions moving to the north the bus keeping eye to the system and the pacific northwest. pushing to the east and west warmer dry air air will lead to the warmer conditions. so to marron will be pretty comfortable pretty clear conditions to the north bank with a few patches of falk to the east. temperature lies to the south bay in the low 80s atm call alltel in san jose for
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inland valleys in the upper 80s 87 antioch and 70's for the east bay shoreline spirit 71% for cisco and a range for a range of aid for the north bay. friday and saturday temperatures near the triple digits near the inland valleys because of very few who seabury's wind spirit sea breeze winds, and will cool down on tuesday. >> pam: this is a live picture over the same
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>> catherine: >> catherine: a key senate committee has approved president obama's proposal for limited military strikes in syria. the senate foreign relations committee approved the measure today. notable senators who voted 'no' include republicans rand paul and marco rubio. the president's team - state - appeared before both >>both house and senate committees to lobby for the proposal. kerry had some tough talk >>let me say again, unequivocally, bluntly. if assad is arrogant and foolish enough to retaliate against his own criminal activity the united states and our allies have ample decision w/out going to war >> catherine: in all, some 43 lawmakers say they back the move. >> catherine: fourths of congress that have not expressed open >> catherine: anthony weiner
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is still running into angry voters. >> catherine: the new york city mayoral candidate got into a heated exchange with a jewish voter who called him names at a local bakery today. and it was all caught on tape. weiner was leaving the bakery when the man called him "disgusting" and "immoral," criticizing his sexting scandals. weiner was not about to back down. the confrontation happened on the eve of rosh hashanah, the jewish new year. weiner - who is jewish - was later asked if he would forgive the man -- and he said he didn't hold it against him. weiner later said on twitter that standing up to hecklers was "what mayors have to do >> pam: the mother was in the area at the time and the driver of the vehicle involved is cooperating with it's great having at&t u-verse high speed internet. walter likes to download fix-it videos... and watch "boardwalk empire." it helps sam with math... [ beeping ] ...and online gaming.
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>> reporter: another slow day for drivers crossing the bay bridge. the new eastern
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span of the bridge and opened up on monday evening and on tuesday and again today. both traffic has than slow. on wednesday morning traffic was particularly heavy as we head into the evening hours is heavy who headed east white near oakland. >> reporter: up and running for traffic has been completed the roadway is paved and lights have been installed. when that's done and they still have to hold a series of fire drills in order to let drivers ian. is on track to be ready by the end of the year maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> reporter: just back from
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duty from the rim fire. here is the view from on board the all-purpose hot chopper as a scoop of 460 blows of the water on the fire. the m2 + gallons of water >> and hangs about 30 ft. below the helicopter. the bucket dip inside fill up and then take off from there. >> jacqueline: a big moment in store it was very nice 70's and 80's and 80's start imbalance 85 in santa rosa and 60 at the immediate
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coast line. tonight the fog will be returning and patchy and mangling with a sliver of falk and fog there to, after the east bay and south the north face staying mainly clear. so we will see warmer conditions still mainly in the '70s and '80s prepared friday and saturday and sunday temperatures will be slowing and 70's at the close-the reason why the sea breeze-will not be intact and on and on valley so it will be one there. the sea breeze winds return things will cool down to a more reasonable level. >> pam: charlie hunter will
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play christian great and 50 shades of gray but it brian gossip is maureen gosling was the lead which a thin band? what would you point than >> reporter: what about a new ipad or i pot? o what about the i watch or t d? that could happen. they'd slate kron 4 news unbelievable.
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>> pam: shades of grey." but what if ryan gosling was the lead? find out why we ask coming up next. >> pam: charlie hunnam may be the man set to play christian grey in "50 shades," but he wasn't producers' top choice. try ryan gosling. >> pam: but he turned it down saying he wasn't interested. producers also asked garrett hedlund, but he also turned them down. author e.l. james' top choice was robert pattinson, but he was never asked. so hunnam gets the role. >> pam: and irate fans of the story have started an online petition to remove him from the role -- hoping to replace him with "white collar" star matt bomer -- whom you can see on kron-4 fridays at 9. >> pam: a shocking story in the acting world. >> pam: reports have surfaced that oscar-winning actor jack nicholson is retiring from acting due to memory loss. >> pam: the 76-year-old nicholson has not confirmed this, but he is said to have recently turned down the role of an aging alcoholic fater in the upcoming film "nebraska" -- a role that went to bruce dern instead.
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nicholson has not appeared in a film since 20-10's "how do you know." he has the most nominations as a male actor in academy awards history with 12. only meryl streep has more stories... >> pam: comedy central fans can breathe a sigh of relief, host jon stewart is back. stewart took the summer off to direct a movie in jordan. but fans seemed to like his substitute john oliver. stewart first got caught up on all the news he missed while away -- carlos danger, the royal baby, and even sharknado. >> pam: then kissed and patted his desk and "the daily show" was back to normal. >> pam: actress jane lynch has a lot more "glee" today. she received the 25 hundred and fifth star on the hollywood walk of fame this afternoon. she was accompanied by show creator ryan murphy, and said her personality is quite different from her show character of sue sylvester. >> pam: she also says the show will honor her late colleague cory monteith in the third episode this season.
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: fan wearing giant foam rangers cowboy hat top 1st jarrod parker. gets some help from jed lowrie who makes the diving stop an shortstop and flips to 2nd for the force bottom 1st/scoreless yu darvish gives up the 2- run home run to brandon moss 2-0 a's bottom 6th/ 3-2 a's daric barton homers for the first time since may 11th a 2-run job 5-2 a's >> gary: still bottom 6th
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josh donaldson goes deep off of robbie ross for a 3- run home run 9-2 a's bottom 8th/ 9-3 a's coco crisp 2-run home run off cory burns 11-2 a's final: 11-4 a's >> jacqueline: parker unbeaten in his last 18 starts bettering catfish hunter's oakland record set in 10973 a's are even with the rangers in the a-l west >> gary: how much you pay this guy to bring him back? he is a wonder today or going to be a minor. three home runs and this can you remember the world series he had three games 3 and one
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game. will show you all 3 s kron4 reports today at in o'clock tonight. six home runs the most by any team and tackle park. he will return to this rotation he suffered from the right arm partition. protrusion >> gary: give the guy he has already made 126 million but to have found a way he has been received seven more million just give him the 7 million so he will not continue to embarrass himself. at the very least try to make it interesting. the green bay
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packers vs. jim harbour on patrick willis miss the entire preseason with a broken hand. kapernick of course, he studied under par bronze. harbaugh. >> >> i've never been called a connoisseur of any thing that. spectacular quarterback certainly if you are talking about who the best is he's one to be in that conversation. with all
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due respect to patrick willis as the young aldon smith of being sued by a man. >> gary: back in 2010 the timmons says smith and the former teammate were intoxicated on some of doubt the need when they began firing gunshots in the air while trying to go in the party. these stories come out from the party and the affirmation says that they charge $10 >> pam: wahl i'll sell tickets to see you. >> gary: i like to i like
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to remain arawn young people. it now just kidding derrick which led to see me at tenneco which led the city for 10 gaullist? would you like to see me for $10? would you pay to come see me for $10? (laughter) >> jacqueline: (laughter) >> gary: what ever you do is not worked at new disrespectful little peasant. a tip from a man that does not tweet. if i were to go online i probably
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would not call my followers passes. pam is that. >> gary: isn't the deal for twitter i would rather have people listened to my shows than know what i say everything i say? i'm going to tweet and then all game some followers but isn't the objective is to watch you on kron or listen to you on k b r and if you're giving the streets all day long been there know what you're going to say and they will not listen. are you right or not? >> pam: that's a different way to look at its >> jacqueline: of no i do not tweet a tweet my other than my weather my weather
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>> gary: the chargers are the certain of the favorite favorites of the two. tweet no. 2 >> hey gary i have a question... have kapernick ever shadow joe mantegna? >> gary: can he ever be the next joe montana i think he can be unique in that cool. but the old-timers are always aware of it are always points loved gel. love joe. >> gary: yes i think he can.
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