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kron 4 news at seven starts now. >>darya: good morning and the top stories we are following on this wednesday september 18th. we are seeing more cars on the bay bridge-- causing major back ups this morning. we'll have a live update. >>mark: it's a stinky situation at the oakland coliseum as sewage is posing more problems for oakland teams. >>james: friends of the victims in the naval shooting out of washington d-c speak out. we'll tell you what they had to say about that tragic day.
>>darya: and what had ride over to the traffic center with george to get an update on the hot spot. >>j.r.: if you can see traffic just crawling along care almost at a standstill. it's out at the west and of the span. the accident. near the paris off ramp. a blocking of the second lane from the ramp. that was the for power ball. you have report from chp. what's interesting is we said until 7:00 tonight to buy your ticket. jackie sissel to the bridge to talk about some of the problems that we've been experiencing with the traffic there and it was a >> i'm going to pick a few numbers on my own as well as participate on a pool gratuitous decision. wasn't because apparently people it jacki? who don't put in this pool we are calling to share with >> i'm sure plenty of people them. there is a sign. if thought that after 600-jet you don't put in your $2. $6 billion of the chaos would have stopped. so far it has not got a better. did are ruthless. and by the
way the bill >> and by the way you said you'll look charges >>mark: the backup continues to grow. when all one interest. here's our ticket plus a $1 extra. heavy daydreamed about which you would do with 400 million. >> what first of all i would changed my phone number so that people call me. i'm not gonna have a whole bunch of new france and all but of old ones who would not act. >> have been busy with people coming and. >> yes very much. i >> here are the numbers northbound still jammed up right there. here as you try to get up past sierra point parkway were an accident for over an hour has blocked the to write him lanes. while there >> those will come and at were problems reported with
the very last minute tend to be the winners. goat >> good luck will not too much good luck. because i is the weather is more want to win. those are my pleasant. here's america. >>dan: >>erica: i do have good news. we are being rewarded with sunshine and clear skies. temperatures in the tickets as well for yoli and mid to upper 50s. the die and james remember we fuselage spots mainly in the are and. -and i. north bay waking up to the upper forties. for the afternoon we will continue to warm things up. temperatures will range >>james: from mid-60's cosi to upper thanks will. a lot of folks are going to be doing 80s and land. tomorrow exactly that. m slated to be the warmest day of the week. i'll be talking about the potential of a >> a double decker bus out of ottawa-hit by a commuter brain and my next report. an train. they're interviewing >> morning commuters. the >>mark: entire front of the bus but on the night of their 8th walk-off win of the season soft. there are multiple the a's experienced their fatalities. unfortunately- second sewage situation at o.co coliseum. judge fortunately no one of
the train was injured. this joining us now is kron 4's trend are ripped the front mike pelton. of a double decker bus. >>darya: 721 right now. we will continue our look at all of the developing news any word on the condition was weather and traffic and what the traffic is one of the big developments as in there mike? george is keeping track. >> the good news out for a the big developments as in george is keeping track. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] marie callender's kn span as it did not slow them that you may not have time to roll out dough down on the field. has for a perfectly flaky crust that's made from scratch. or enough time to mix vegetables with all white meat chicken and a homemade gravy. she knows you may not have a moment to crimp the edges of yo favorite chicken pot pie. but marie callender's does. mackerels and inspected the area. that the down new and when she's don all you need to do carpet between the clubhouse as. as for this incident we is find ti to grab someone special, sit down, and savor. will reach out to the a's this morning to see if there's anything they have to do down in the dugout. marie callender's. it's time to savor. they have called for them to get a new station. an
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the a's kept the upper deck tarped in last year's division series it would run on the most affordable energy source available. it would charge overnight. developing news on the navy yard shooting in washington every morning, you'd wake up with a full tank, ready to go. d-c. if the car was invented today, it would be the 100% electric nissan leaf. with over 200 million gas-free miles driven and automatic hov lane access, the navy says the gunman the question isn't "why electric?" it's "why gas?" aaron alexis obtained a [ male announcer ] the 100% electric nissan leaf. nissan. innovation that excites. security clearance good for now get a 2013 nissan leaf 10 years when he enlisted for $199 a month. in the navy reserves in ♪ 2007.
despite an apparent history >>erica: "overwhelming and of mental illness and several run-ins with the law -- alexis was also able to buy a remington 870 pump-action shotgun, which he used in monday's rampage. law enforcement officials say they've found no >>anny:french leaders vote manifesto or other writings to ban child beauty pageants. that would suggest a political or religious in an effort to protect girls from being sexualized motivation for aaron too early, france's senate alexis. voted to ban beauty pageants for children under families of the victims are doing their best to honor 16. anyone who enters a the memories of their loved child into such a contest would face up to two years in prison and 40-thousand
ones after thirteen people, including the gunman, were killed in monday's rampage. dollars in fines. the measure is an amendment to a law on women's rights. the legislation must go to the lower house of parliament for further debate and another vote. victoria l jackson says, "good job, leave the kids alone until they know what's going on for themselves!" marcia parsons- rossi's thoughts," i think it's great!!! let them be sweet little girls and grow up unbelievable. shhhhh! naturally!!" 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.
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top stories. plus a check on your hot spot. you can see traffic is backed up. george following that earlier accident on the upper deck of the bay bridge near san accident on the upper deck of the bay bridge near san francisco. ready? happy birthday! it's a painting easel! the tide's coming in! this is my favorite one. it's upside down. oh, sorry. (woman vo) it takes him places he's always wanted to go. >>darya:wee ly that's why we bought a subaru. hit a thousand consecutive (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. days that the average price of gas will cost more than goglossophobia, is the fear of public speaking. three dollars a gallon. that statistic comes from triple-a. ♪ ♪ the motor club says this the only thing we have to fear is... streak started on december fear itself. 23-rd, 20-10 and they ♪
estimate that unless there's another recession, high gas prices may be here to stay. ♪ the three dollar threshold started after hurricane katrina slammed into the gulf, destroying oil rigs. on the bright sidewhile the average price hasn't dipped below three dollars, it also hasn't averaged above four dollars. taking a look at gas prices this morning. the national average right now sitting at 3-51 a gallon.
that's down five cents from a week ago. the state average right now sitting at 4-02. here in the bay area. in san francisco, seeing averages of 4-09. hot spots city. in georgia. the >>george: this is the san in oakland, matching the state average at 4-02. mateo bridge which is also a hot spot this morning. i and in the south bay. mentioned in my last report that there was an incident seeing an average of 4-04. stall at the west end of the bridge. that hadn't yet backed up the traffic. of seeing an average of 4-04. unbelievable. course all that has changed. a lot of people coming down to use this as an alternate for the bay bridge back up shhhhh! and in the incident. at the 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 bay bridge, that's an entire an overcrowded sheep farm. story. was check-in with in my head... never looked like that farmer took proper care of those sheep. kron4's jackie sissel. the too much? a little. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. >>jacqueline: rethink possible. >>jackie: is considered traffic care starting to break up a well bit but looks like the damage is already done. i'm sure lots of people. teams of the
the >>george: will come back to the kron4 morning nos. the problems going on off and on time now is 713. in an the bridge. causing back up every morning. it's starting accident at the west end of to be very frustrating for the bridge was about the commuters. if there's anything engineering wise worst place because it's backed up the entire line of the bridge. no break here. people need to understand the accident according to anybody who travels the bay the chp with whom i spoke moments ago is a clear bridge on the morning commute has noticed the is a according to them. this is longer and more frustrating with all lanes open commutes. a west grand westbound and you can see the back of is not clear and very quickly. you're looking at the upper deck. with the natural right after toll plaza and the westbound commute and is a parking lot. vessel traffic last the entire length of the bridge.
avenue there's an overturned truck that's what cain the approach be there to 880 north found to get onto the bay bridge for to get on to the eastern freeway. i wish our done baptistry more problems spots. a hot spot one on north found leading up to see your point backed up near sfo. there was a crash that's finally on the shoulder. we're still jammed up concord pleasant hill. let's see if there's any better in the weather permits. here's eric up. >>darya: as we head into the afternoon upper 80s and land. .
>>darya: big changes for the week and i let those coming up in just a couple of minutes. >>erica: not a cloud and the >>james: a child is recovering this sky. it is cold bowl. in morning after being hit by dealing with should '40's glass in a shooting in for places like vallejo. a oakland. little more mild than oakland about temperatures are cooler at least the lands are not $400 million the incident happened yesterday afternoon around five near oakland's fruitvale neighborhood. when police arrived they found a car with the back window shot out. they also found a 5-year old and a woman with minor injuries from flying glass. neighbors in the area say the shooting has them on edge.
according to to berkeley the first half of 2012 35% increase in smart's all robberies. berekeley police officer jennifer coats says the theives are targeting folks walking down the street using their cell phonessomething police do not recommend these days. investigators say the robberies mostly happen in in heavily populated areas
of the city like the ashby bart station, downtown and around the cal campus. the police department says they have extra officers on the street and usually put them out during the times they have seen an increase in these types of robberies the >>james: police in the north bay are searching for a suspect this morning who attacked a hotel worker. it happened last friday at the double tree in rohnert park. a female housekeeper says a hist man attacked her while she was cleaning a room.
she says he put a knife to her throat and attempted to assault her -- but he ran off after she managed to break free and scream for police have released a sketch. the suspect is described as black male, approximately 30-40 years old, 5'10" tall with a thin build. he has a tattoo of writing on the side of his neck and was wearing a white button
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spot on your way to the bay bridge. drive times have improved dramatically now that the upper deck has been cleared but did concede traffic is moving into the island well. >>darya: last month u.s. builders started construction on the most holmes we've seen and six months. the commerce department says builders increased construction of single-family homes 7- percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of
finally the lanes are cleared for our accident northbound. still a hot spot the san mateo bridge ride and the west bound direction as most people are using this as an alternate route. because of an early morning accident that block lanes at the west and it pushed the back of all the way through the macarthur maze so the drive time here it is still backed up beyond 20 minutes out of the macarthur maze but at least it's a down from a high of 36. over to the weather center here's erica. here's a live look outside from our group camera. at >>erica: a bright spot-digit rates start to appear wednesday morning. by later
was a situation on second base that was inadvertence but shot shall i call a. this is from the bottom of the first. they say that it was actually random phillips was on second and force this other player to kind of run into his butt. because of the way he was standing. plc that a lot deal. so there is
dannemeyer is recruiting them at 2 years old. the parents send the coach of this recurring affirmation and date saying he can throw on the rod. his only two. he's always training. he recovered fumbles. the best part is irvin minor writes them back and says we thank you. he needs to gain a little weight. that is so cute. we look for to see them in 2029. an >>george: cassette >>gary: that's really cute and if the kid really has talent and that sounds fine but no matter how much the
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top stories we are following on this wednesday september 18th. more backups on the bay bridge this morning. adding to commuters' frustrations. we'll have a live report coming up. it's a stinky situation at the oakland coliseum as sewage is posing more problems for oakland teams. friends of the victims in the naval shooting out of washington d-c speak out. we'll tell you what they had to say about that tragic day.
i can tell you every day sense the bridges of and i've seen a backup. basically in the morning commute and it lasts longer to. become threatened o'clock in the morning and they're still a backup. not sure what to going on but i'm sure there's a lot of frustrated drivers out there. >>george: that's right. also there's been a number of problems with the uruguay not island exit from the bay bridge on the lower deck so we continue to see delays. this morning of course was the accident that bad things
up. here's a look at the toll plaza and traffic is solid here. backed up into the macarthur maze. backed up on to the eastern freeway 580 westbound. westbound 24 and even north found 880. speaking of north, a 80 the west lb approach has been shut down this morning because of an overturned truck. we've also been experiencing major problems the san mateo bridge. there was an incident at the west end of the bridge. drive times are 50 to 20 minutes for the san mateo bridge. will get back to the traffic maps as we look at the more hot spot for you. the continuing delays on the delay for 101 north found up in two san francisco which reach back to the sfo. the backup could
merge with the slow traffic coming off the 92 from 101 northbound from the anny relief until the candlestick-just enter your reach the candlestick park when. we are still jammed up on 680 south tried to get down to walnut creek. >>haaziq: good morning to prevent temperatures on the cooler side into the afternoon expect sunshine to continue. we do have big changes to talk about. i've been highlighting your 7
day, not at 715. >>mark: on the night of their 8th o.co coliseum. in two hours tuesday, the a's sold out the coliseum's lower two levels for the american league division series, then began selling tickets for the upper deck - meaning, the tarps will come off if the a's reach the postseason. capacity would increase from 35,067 to 48,146. the tarps at the peak of mount davis would remain.
the a's kept the upper deck tarped in last year's division series the a's are counting down to a champagne celebration -a donald since third walk off of book of the season. days when this 12-one. their magic number now down to six. there's about sending a little bit of pie and gatorade after the game. >>darya: joining us now with that part of the story is kron4's mike pelton. yet another problem with of the potty out there. >> this is not the first time this season that the a's had to deal with this type of situation but the
good news is they still won the game. here's a picture from last night. you can see some of the players focused on the game. others looking squarely at the clamp crews. this comes after players reported file smells 1 a's player says a there was lots of water is getting cleaned out of there. unfortunately this is not the first time that the team have dealt with this mess. and has met crew came in to check for e. coli. in terms of this answer that i have placed calls and to the a's to see if there's any other work they have to do. i have not yet heard back. if there are fortunate enough to host a playoff series here at 0
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that would suggest a political or religious motivation for aaron alexis. families of the victims are doing their best to honor the memories of their loved ones after thirteen people, including the gunman, were killed in monday's rampage. meanwhile, andrew spencer reports the shootings at the washington navy yard has reignited the debate over
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northbound and southbound jams of the plane the candlestick causeway. even the dumbarton bridge and slow this morning. we are jam began for the 680 corridor southbound leading out of concord martine as on 242680 in twos walnut creek and again today whatever to the weather department with an update. >>erica: temperatures are ready start and to climb. looks like we are making our way out of the four days.
temperatures man in the '50s along the east bay shoreline. we have a little bit of patchy fog for the early morning hours route half moon bay but everyone is going to experience warmer weather. we are back and clear '60s and '70s by it is like this evening. temperatures as much as eight degrees warmer than yesterday. the peace of mind is out of pittsburgh 80 degrees out castro valley and 79 and san leandro
downtown san francisco high of 72 degrees. warmer weather expected tomorrow. we will continue with that warm-up but big changes as we head into friday and saturday. ice looks like however quiet weather returns to the forecast as fall or rise on sunday. >>darya: the "newtown action alliance" is marking nine months since the school
shooting in connecticut with a trip to washington. the gunman in that shooting killed 23 people -- 20 of them children -- at sandy hook elementary in mid- december. the alliance is on capitol hill to push for stricter gun control laws. a rally with several lawmakers is scheduled for mid-day. today and tomorrow's rallies and meetings in washington were scheduled well before monday's shooting at the washington navy yard.
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jammed up in and out of san mateo between san bruno san francisco in both directions. an early morning accident helped kick this off to a bad start. southbound 101 is also backed up over to the weather center now. >>erica: well the weather not impacting the traffic. waking up to, wins. plenty of sunshine. no fault whatsoever. today will be warmer. will reach the upper 80s and land. warmer weather by thursday. m >> kron4's will tran join us
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>> welcome back the time is 8:44 a.m.. we have had hot spots out on road. the >> we are tracking a number of hot spots. traffic is still backed up on westbound bay bridge. also for the ride across the upper deck. it is moving smoothly as you concede. it is almost as if they can speed the metering lights up. take a look as we switch over to the traffic map. the east shore freeway is back up and
richmond. highway 24 is also backed up. westbound 580 is still jammed. the nimitz north of is also still slow. we have problems of the west grand approach. there was an overturned truck and that has been blocking all morning long. the san mateo bridge is also a hot spot. the dumbarton bridge was found has also been jammed up perry ed we will not update the ride westbound direction. i would just show you this whole bay area where the a delay that we were talking about. the ride through the san ramon valley area is still backed up in both directions. the ride in fremont is also jailed. the south bay freeway is jammed. >> mid peninsula this
southbound ride is backed up from millbrae into hillsdale on the south side read even the north bay ride is still behind schedule with over 40 minutes. you might be crying uncle and same that that is enough, it is not. there is still bart delays. there was a problem in the west of direction of west oakland into san francisco that accounted for major delays and that means that it's over 15 to 20 minutes over. there are big problems brewing also with public transit. >> been we have someone on
the line from the chp talked about the bay bridge problem. >> danville hill is on the line. >> good morning. >> how're you doing? >> what do you think the problem is? >> we have been experiencing a lot of traffic delays to the fact that we had people on back-to-school and we're in that time. were people were off for summer vacations. we're saying this increase in traffic. this is what we are seen in addition to people coming out. we are still getting people just coming out just to look at the bridge. >> you have seen and this was back to school but you also talked about 2.4% in traffic. >> that is according to the
bay area toll aborted. my question i. officer stated that that doesn't increase in traffic all over the bay area that is bigger than what we saw last year. >> there is an increase and we do not know what we can attribute this to. unfortunately, we have to figure out why they're on the road we can only go by what we see. >> have you talked about anyways to improve the situation? >> the only thing that the chp can do is just provide a higher level of service. the officers are making sure that the roads are clear. if
we see an accident or any type of incident we most of fasttrack declared. unfortunately,-- >t. >> thank you and daniel. >> everyone is complaining about this. >> it is looking more and more likely for rain forests friday night and saturday morning. right now however we are enjoying blue skies. upper 50s as you head out the door. they're received clouds are outside. this will last for two days and this will bring this war whether but the rich will get knocked down was see a cold front bring cooler temperatures. focusing on today's high. sunnyvale will
have a high of 88 degrees. we may see low 90s for pittsburgh in antioch. downtown san francisco will have a high of 72 degrees. your extended forecast highlights warmer weather for tomorrow but past that we change gears. >> sunday is quiet as we welcome the first day of fall. >> >> we all know that taxpayiexting and driving is wrong. we have people that want to take a pledge that texting and driving is not
right and that will not do it. >> this documentary shows the campaign to show people texting driving. >> i think this is even more dangerous than on drinking and driving. >> this is a big cost. it has to be addressed. >> accidents have reached an academic level.academic level. >> all the major soma campaigns hav a started phone carriers have started this campaign. we hope that whenever you pick up your phone you would think about that commitment.
that one second can save your life. nothing is worth that. >> she took the pledge, just one of the high-profile people that are urging others to do the same. >> you have to have willpower. i am not want to say that i do not have the temptation to look get my phone, but that one worked until you or kill someone else. it really is not worth it. >> part of the pledge is have you tell your friends also to not text and drive. you confine this an findt this as it itcanwait.com >> it has been a very slow commute and we will have more when we return. here is a live look of side. we will
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a line and welcome back. if you thought super bowl tickets or expense of wait until you hear this. said nfl assesses the highest price tickets for super bowl 48 will be about $2,600 for premium seats. that is more than twice the $1,250 cost force similar tickets at last year's super bowl. this is video from last year's super bowl when the niners played the ravens. general admission seats will be under $1,000. super bowl 48 will be played on february 2nd at met life's stadium in new jersey. >> coming up in 9:00 a.m..
we are tracking a hot spot on the san mateo bridge. there are several hot spots: 1 this morning. >> we are watching the coliseum because of the athletics are closing in on a playoff spot. they also have a another sewage mess. >> power ball receiver is also hitting the bay area. we will have a live [ phone ringing ]
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coming up. >> it is all over the bay area. let's first talk about barged. they are experiencing major delays. when they use the word major they me 20 minutes or more. they had one that broke down and this show up everything from the east bay. >> on the bright side it is not happening late in the commute. the bay bridge is backed up to omaha. we had an accident on the upper deck and it is much worse today than yesterday. the nimitz and northbound and even highway 24 is backed up. the san mateo bridge is not an alternate. they also
had a problem. the commute across the bay even 237 is backed up. >> we just want to show you that we are still seeing red all over the traffic deaths. the san ramon valley ride, is the new normal. 680 south is heavy. the guadalupe parkway is busy. the 288 ride is better now but it has also been very slow. the mid peninsula, the lower peninsula is all jammed up. even 92 from 1 01.
>> you say how this is backed up this is because the signal lights are malfunctioning. the traffic is having to treat it as a former stock. it has backed up traffic passed the 2 a as a >> the temperatures right now is 59 degrees in downtown san francisco. it may phil coleman you go up the door. oakland is sitting
at 64 in san jose is is 62. santa rosa is a 65 degrees. there is a bit cool down right around-tested temperatures will be warming up compared to yesterday. mid to upper 80s for the inland location's upper 70's for the bay. i will have more details on your forecast coming up. in two hours tuesday, the a's sold out the coliseum's lower two levels for the american league division series, then began selling tickets for the upper deck - meaning, the tarps will come off if the a's reach the postseason. >> capacity would increase from 35,067 to 48,146. the tarps at the peak of mount davis would remain. the a's kept the upper deck tarped in last year's division series the a's are counting down to a champagne celebration
>> sonny gray on the mound for the a's top 1st mike trout - solo home run to center off gray 1-0 laa gray: 6 ip, 5 hits, 1 run, 5 k's bot 1st brandon moss - ground rule double to deep right off garrett richards bringing home coco crisp to tie game 1-1 tie top 7th, bases loaded for angels josh hamilton - facing jerry blevins - and blevins strikes out hamilton to end the inning and the angels threat bot 9th, bases loaded josh donaldson - sends everyone home happy with his 3rd "walk-off" hit of the season. donaldson: 3-for-5 on the night a's win 2-1 a's magic number: 6
>> on the night of their 8th walk-off win of the season the a's experienced their second sewage situation at o.co coliseum. joining us now is kron 4's mike pelton. >> last night was a a different type of stretch because they had to deal with this all to rub the game. if you are a saa's fan you are still excited. this is after the players reported smelling the is coming from a back from. unfortunately, this is not the first time
they dealt with something like this. in june, they dealt with a similar situation. that has my crew had to come man. they had also put down a new carpet. in regards to this incident not put in calls to see if there was any word. i have not yet heard back from them. they are scheduled to be here at 12:30 p.m.. i have to see if there are any lingering issues. >> developing story canada this morning. here are live pictures from ottawa where a passenger train has collided with a city bus. officials say there are multiple fatalities. first responders say the front end of the double- decker bus was ripped off by
the impact. witnesses say the bus went through a closed crossing barrier before it was struck. >> and we're monitoring the latest on the navy yard shooting in washington d-c. the navy says the gunman, aaron alexis, obtained a security clearance that was good for 10-years when he enlisted in the navy reserves in 2007. despite an apparent history of mental illness and several run-ins with the law -- alexis was also able to buy a shotgun, which he used in monday's rampage. law enforcement officials say they've found no manifesto or other writings that would suggest a political or religious motivation for his rampage. here's what the gunman's mother had to say. >> our son has murdered 12 people and wounded several others. his actions have had
a everlasting affect on our family. i do not know why he did what he did and i will not be able to ask him why. all i know is that he can no longer do harm to anyone and i am glad. as for the victims, i am so, so sorry that this happened. my heart is broken. >> families of the victims are doing their best to honor the memories of their loved ones after thirteen people, including the gunman, were killed in monday's rampage. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news. we now know the verdict of convicted serial killer joseph s. reports the shootings at thjoseph's naso.
the president and secretary carry and whoever else is involved in this. the united states need to stand strong against chemical weapons. there are some that say, well, this will be an initiative to putin. who cares how a came up. what can we do to stop them from embalmingbombing? >> along with president clinton, u-n secretary general, ban ki-moon says action in syria needs to come quickly. he says while the agreement reached by russia and the u- s is a positive move, it's time to make things happen. the international leader also says that u-n weapons inspectors gave "overwhelming and indisputable" evidence that nerve gas was used in the august 21 attack on a
devastated after two storms that touched down at nearly the same time. heavy rains caused by hurricane ingrid on the country's gulf coast and tropical storm manuel on the pacific coast have left more than 1- million people without homes. rescue efforts have been affected by flooded roads, landslides, and collapsed bridges. officials say the death toll stands at 47. >> better weather throughout colorado is finally allowing emergency crews to evacuate more towns cut-off for *days by the flooding there. hundreds of people are still unaccounted for, but-- a bright spot-- that number is *down considerably. george howell has more. >> their rescue efforts still continue as they try to find survivors who are stranded. >> a white cross signals for help as these people are scared lifted. just one of the dramatic rescues in the area. >> overall, it was just
amazing. >> the fema rescue mission and went door-to-door to people who refused to leave their homes. some 12,000 people so far have been evacuated to shelters. but those returning to their homes for the first time, find no home to call home. >> in this county alone officials estimate that 1500 homes have been destroyed with another 4500 damage. >> it was overwhelming. i did not realize that-that's all this mud just ruined everything great >> in boulder, his neighbor built a home built a levee but it was no match for mother nature. >> this was a wall of water.
we did not know. >> they can until reality that it will have to rebuild their homes. residents are now coming to grips with the price of the damage. >> if you were to put a dollar estimate on this, you think? >> we are planning for about 56, $60,000 to get this all done. >> with the death toll now down from 8, to 6. two people initially presumed dead, are now listed, as missing. >> we are finally starting to see improvement at the bay bridge. in the last 15 to 28 minutes things have tapered off. the drive time out of the macarthur mayes is still over 23 minutes. 24 is still backed up going to
580. the bay bridge is still behind schedule. there is a truck lost its a trailer. this is another reason why it was so slow at the san mateo bridge. the stop and go conditions have been more than normal. we are still battling on the dumbarton bridge as well. let's take a look at the traffic map spread >> there is the east shore freeway and the 24 ride. the nimitz freeway is still pretty heavy. the south bay, 1 01 is getting worse as the drive time has climbed to 48
minutes from 85 to santa clara. 85 the still pretty bed. 280 has improved. the mid peninsula in the northbound direction of 101 is looking good. south bound is still have a down to 92 perry ed the drive time has dropped to under 40 minutes. bart to is still behind schedule recovering from a system wide delay. this backed up the rest of the system. getting into san francisco, the signal lights have been malfunctioning. this is backed up the traffic all the way to the 11, 280 interchange. >> we have a lot of
sunshine started off this morning. we do have areas of fog. but the rest of us have plenty of sun. the temperatures will warm-up throughout the day. tomorrow, the warming continues. we're still tracking rain for friday. today, this will allow us to warm-up through tomorrow. the wind is also backing off. the america's cup had to cancel yesterday's races and due to this. the temperatures today is on one side and by noon we are looking at 70's. by 3:00 p.m. it will be mid to upper 80s. low 80s and for san jose and the rest of us will make it into the low 70's. by this evening the temperature will be on the
mild side. the highs for today will be 80 degrees for san jose. the same thing before milpitas. in the north bay you were coal this morning. but you will warm- up this afternoon. 874 napa. upper 70's for oakland. >> here's your kron 47 day around the bay it will be even warmer for tomorrow. the if we do see rain it will be fairly light for friday and saturday. the cold front will come through and we will have cooler air
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however, the san mateo bridge, we are tracking very slow traffic. 18 to 20 minutes. normally, this should be about 11 minutes. we are at twice the normal size. the dumbarton bridge has also been backed up. this is because of an accident as well. here is the delay on the east shore freeway. it is not backed up to highway 4. the nimitz freeway is much improved through hayward and for the ride leading to downtown oakland. the south bay freeway, the worst of it is still on 1 01 northbound. it is still over 40 minutes. >> look at how heavy it is in the mid peninsula, mountain view and redwood city. even, down from millbrae we're still backed up to san mateo. theride is
looking much better. i will back up the maps, we had problems at the king street off went from 280. the signal had malfunctioned. bart is still recovering from what was a systemwide the delay. >> i have a brighter news. there is a lot of sunshine for this wednesday morning. it does seem a little cooler and when i stepped out the door--oakland is sitting at 64 degrees. it is not as windy and that is good news for people for the america's cup. a today, will be warmer than yesterday. it will be breezy at times would hide from its upper 80s. mid 60's for the coast. we continue this warming trend into tomorrow and then
changes will come for friday. we are talking cloudy conditions and afternoon evening riding.ain. >> a child is recovering this morning after being hit by glass in a shooting in oakland. the incident happened yesterday afternoon around five near oakland's fruitvale neighborhood. when police arrived they found a car with the back window shot out. they also found a 5-year old and a woman with minor injuries from flying glass. the shooting has them on edge. >> it sounded like it was a semi automatic. it was so many shots that one off. i saw two kids crying. the mother also was crying. she was frustrated about what was going on. then, it was just total chaos. >> police in the north bay are searching for a suspect
this morning who attacked a hotel worker. it happened last friday at the double tree in rohnert park. a female housekeeper says a man attacked her while she was cleaning a room. she says he put a knife to her throat and attempted to assault her -- but he ran off after she managed to break free and scream for help. police have released a sketch. the suspect is described as black male, approximately 30-40 years old, 5'10" tall with a thin build. he has a tattoo of writing on the side of his neck and was wearing a white button down shirt, black dress pants, and black gloves >> align there has been a dramatic increase in smartphone robberies in berkeley
according to to berkeley police mid year crime report, those smart phones are in the hands of pedestrains. there has been a 35% increase in pedestrian robberies.221 cases in 2013compared to 177 pedestrian robberies during the first half of 2012 berekeley police officer jennifer coats says the theives are targeting folks walking down the street using their cell phonessomething police do not recommend these days. >> they are looking at the possibility of reselling and with any grand, if it is good enough a phone it will be a good market for that. >> investigators say the robberies mostly happen in in heavily populated areas of the city like the ashby bart station, downtown and around the cal campus. the police department says they have extra officers on the street and usually put them out during the times they have seen an increase in these types of robberies >> the time is 9:35 a.m.. the powerball wining ticket is still up for grabs. the jackpot is now up to 400-million dollars. kron 4's will tran joins us live now with more. >> $400 million and growing.
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>> welcome back. we are still attracting hot spots. things are starting to wind down. let's start with the bay bridge. you can see where are seeing big openings at the toll plaza. while we still have traffic in the macarthur mayes, is not all directed to the bay bridge. there will be some breaks in the back up in the drive time is back down to 16 minutes. the san mateo bridge definitely has improved. we no longer have a stop and go conditions. it is still slow leading to the dumbarton bridge. this is a result of a mother back up.
>> looking at the traffic maps. the king street off ramp in sampras's go as back up onto a. san francisco is stil backed up to 280. we have had problems on 1 01 north bound. slow traffic still for this area. southbound 880 at dakota, traffic was backed up on the nimitz. for your ride on bart. they are recovering from an problem were systemwide delays were described as major. >> it is a bright and sunny
start for your wednesday morning. we will see more sunday conditions. it will be warmer today as well. a little bit breezy but not as strong as yesterday. this evening it will be mild. a warming trend will continue. right now in san francisco it is at 63 degrees. mid 60's for santa rosa. your satellite and radar picture shows that there will be a weak pattern for today. after that changes will come into play. a cold front will come true. we will see showers and the amount should be light. >> downtown san francisco have a high of low 70's. 75 percent mattel and 83 for redwood city. adding to the south it will be in my
state. the temperatures will be picked one up and a lower 80s. 84 for evergreen and low 80s for some of their. it will be a bit breezy otherwise plenty of sunshine upper 70's for oakland and 79 in union city. heading farther the temperatures will be close to average for the afternoon. 89 for danville and san ramon low 90s for this bird and upper 80s for antioch. 87 degrees for snapple. 8347 fell. here's a look at the kron 47 there bombay.napa. >> a man called on
surveillance video after he exposed hisself to children and a peninsula of bookstore was arrested. 70 year-old christopher wendel miller was arrested mt. my mountain view police for touching himself and from children at wal-mart store. miller is a registered sex offender and he is also listed one meighen's list for convictions dating back to 1989. >> police believe that there are other victims out there and they're asking them to come forward. >> in an interview only see on kron 4. a woman who
watched this man/children at the renaissance fair. >> i notice that his the jump was hanging oujunk was hani notice that he was in some of children. i also noticed everytime the children but he would expose himself and the maritime the parents look he would turn to the side. the court system has failed me and these children. he was able to come out here and a leisurely molests an expose himself to children read i personally believe that molesters and people like this should be shot. >> other police agencies have also identified him and other similar incidents.
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angel pagan homered, tripled and drove in three runs on a perfect night at the plate against his former team, leading the san francisco giants past the new york mets 8-5 on tuesday. pagan went 3 for 3 with two walks and scored twice from the leadoff spot for the giants including a tiebreaking homer in the seventh inning. , who have won four straight and seven of nine. the giants are out of the playoff picture. 17 games behind the dodgers. but are playing to save some face. and try and finish in 3rd in the nl west. after winning the world series last year >> if you thought super bowl tickets were expensive now. wait until you hear this. the n-f-l says the highest- priced tickets for this season's super bowl will be about 26-hundred dollars for premium seats that's more than twice the $1,250 cost for similar tickets at last year's super bowl in new orleans. the next tier of seats is expected to go for 15- hundred-dollars compared to $950. general admission seats will be under one-thousand- dollars. super bowl 48 will be played on february 2 at met life stadium in new jersey. the nfl says the highest- priced tickets for this season's super bowl will be about $2,600 each for 9,000 premium seats for the feb. 2
at metlife stadium in east rutherford, n.j. that's more than twice the $1,250 cost for similar tickets at last year's super bowl in new orleans. >> we will see you back here tomorrow morning. dr. phil was next[ phone ringing ] >> we will see you back here tomorrow morning. dr. phil [ daughter ] hi mom. hey honey, the trip's great, very relaxing. are you sure you can't make it? but you come every year! you could be playing bingo right now! woooo! and there's movie night --
spoken in three years? >> announcer: new leads. >> dr. phil: who prompted the search? >> announcer: new revelations. >> hearing that is a shock. >> dr. phil: you believe his stepmother knows something. what happened the night before kyron went missing? >> dr. phil: it was this adorable little face that captivated the nation. 7-year-old kyron proudly standing by his science project at a school fair june 4, 2010. this was the last pho
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