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top stories we are following on this wednesday september 25th, a vigil was held at a byron middle school for 12 year old burgess hu-- who was hit and killed while riding his bike. we'll tell you what the community had to say about the young boy. an attack on a store manager--caught on camera-- at an east bay safeway store. police are hoping it will help lead to an arrest. a family devastated. the father killed in a car crash. the suspects may have been fleeing police after a crime. we hear from the distruaght family. next. good morning everyone, i'm james fletcher. and i'm anny hong. thanks for joining us this morning.
facredwood >>anny: 403 is the time. a tight knit bay area community is mourning the loss of a 12 year old boy. burgess hu was on his bicycle on his way to school when he was hit and killed right in front of excelsior middle school in byron monday morning. the driver. had just dropped off her own children when police say she ran over hu while pulling out of the school's driveway.
as kron 4's alecia reed reports, the principal says they're praying for both families involved in the tragic accident. >> candles burned as hundreds of people showed bob to pray for burgess hugh. pit friends tell us he rode his bicycle to and from school every day and this tragic accident left many morning the loss of their dear friend. this is what they remember most about him. >> full of energy and he would pump everyone up going to miss that. every time he walked out that classroom came back and. would you like my pencil?. and he would always say pencils make you do work at work makes you succeed. >> he was just so exciting.
so enthusiastic. he always wanted to come to school and he was always happy and he didn't care what anyone else said. >> to make me not cry i want him to see me happy. because he was always happy. >> the school will continue to make brief counselors available to students brought the end of the week. reporting and byron, a leasing reid, kron 4 news. >>james: san leandro police are hoping surveillance video will lead them to a suspect seen beating a manager at a safeway store. take a look. the attack happened monday morning at a safeway store in san leandro. you can see the suspect and the manager getting into what looks like an argument. the suspect then punching the manager and running.
sees the video will be able to identify the suspect. one employee says he's known the manager for years and hopes his friend will be back soon. >> we don't know at this point. an >>james: the suspect in this case is an african american man. about 20 years old. 5 feet ten inches tall with an athletic build. >>anny:a bay area family is mourning the loss of a father. 75-year-old robert wollow -- died after an s-u-v ran into his car in oakland late monday night. two juvenile suspects are in custody. officers are now investigating whether they were fleeing the scene of a shooting. only on kron 4-- justine
>> as they grieve for the family now needs to figure out how to pay for a proper funeral and honored the man and they loved so much. in hayward, justine waldman, kron 4 news. >>james: in san francisco. a 20-year old man was shot and killed as he was getting out of a muni bus. police are now searching for the person responsible. this muni surveillance video captured the suspect's image before the shooting. it happened just before ten- monday night. at randolph and bright streets. the suspect is considered armed and dangerous. police say, the suspect and victim do not appear to
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rampage are americans. martin savidge reports. gunshots from the shopping center continue to be heard. a government spokesperson says the shots were fired by kenyan forces going through the building. >> in this minneapolis neighborhood home to the nation's largest somalian population. a 17 year-old was a straight a student who wanted to be a doctor and he disappeared in 2008. his mother who at the time did not want to be identified told cnn she had no idea where he'd gone until they called. that he called. but he wasn't okay. he was fighting for the terrorist group and officials say there are several bodies still in the
not long after he was part of the terrorist group al- shabbab. >> how many children do you think have been recruited. >> he shore the terrorists are recruiting thereby preempt the sound of say teens often raised with a single parent homes become perfect targets. >> when you have young boys who have never seen their dad and live in this type of environment. >> unless something is done at jamal predicts one day instead of leading the u.s.
to fight foral-shabbab. they will stay here and explain here. >> and officials said there are several bodies still in the building which is now partially collapsed. we will take a break. it is 413. we'll have more headlines coming in just a moment. there's a lot look from our roof camera looking back in san francisco. we america's standing by. she will be back on the other side of the commercial with a full forecast this morning.
after she was struck by an alleged drunk driver over the weekend. kristina chesterman, of livermore is in a coma just six months after her brother was seriously injured in a chico attack. tyler may reports. >> i tried. i felt justified in pursuing this. >> this is santa chester man standing next to her daughter christina a month ago explaining the choice of justice being served for son daniel. you will recall that daniel was punched in the face by rodney freeman back in february in chico. he was in town to visit cristina. freeman and eventually tweeting about the attack leading to a no contest plea and now heartbreak again for the tester and family after christina was hit by an alleged truckdriver late sunday night >> the cops call me at 620 and told me she was to buy a truck driver and it did not look like she was going to
make it. >> christina's room and said she saw christina at her home before heading to the library to study for a test. >> she wanted to be a nurse. she was the best. she made the most amazing nurse. >> at the library she made great to go around 330 and study for hours. i decided to stay a little bit longer and she wanted to go home. >> it was on her way home that christina was it. we learned monday that she is now in a coma. her parents tell us they don't expect her to survive. >> all my dad. she was the best. no one will be able to replace her. >>anny: police have arrested the suspected drunk driver.19- year-old riley hoover. he is facing several felony charges.
>>james: asiana airlines is being investigated again. this time-- the airlines post- crash plan is being scrutinized. the federal government is questioning whether the airline provided support for the families of passengers in the s- f- o plane crash that killed three people.. it is the first time the u- s department of transportation has been concerned enough to review an airline's handling its legal obligation to post- crash services. governor brown has signed legislation calling for development of a statewide earthquake early warning system. senate bill - 135-- requires the state office of emergency services, to
develop a network of earthquake sensors across california. when completed, the system could provide critical seconds of warning for people to take cover, shut down critical systems and stop trains. >>erica: an addition to temperatures dropping a winds are picking up. oakland 30 mi. an hour a glance. we could see it winds up to about 21 mi. per hour as we head into the late afternoon the dust as high as 30. into the afternoon your high shake up like this. only reaching a low 70's for pleasanton and livermore. 72 degrees your high for a livermore. 66 for san francisco. i called again today with cooler
conditions expected. we're going to increase our concern for fire danger later on tonight heading into tomorrow. when they're going to get down right gusty. and very dry conditions. as we look ahead a quiet and warmer pattern comes in. in 7 day around the bay for cash shows just that. saturday and sunday we are back in the mid '80s and land. we will see low 80s and led the upper 60s for the coast. you notice as we transition into fall. microclimates. temperatures getting a little bit closer in terms of your afternoon highs. as for traffic around the bay area of the whether having its impact on bay area freeways. we do have several wind advisories and place. the bay bridge is one of the ones affected. also looks like we could have installed a big break free even to the flashing lights coming from what looks like the easter freeway looks like it's not backing up any of the traffic. drive times still under 11 minutes as you work
your way into the city. we don't have any incidents to report. southbound 101 the golden gate bridge pretty clear as to work for went out of marin county. no wind advisories for this particular bridge but we do have one at the richmond center fell. as we take it over to our traffic maps you will notice all grain on the roadway meter centers. no incidents to report and the east bay. in a drive times for hercules to berkeley at 12 minutes and it's a clear ride through the costa county tunnel. >>anny: the story is unbelievable. a string of burglaries are happening in the portola valley area and investigators are searching for more victims. detectives say, those burglaries all have the same
connection-- a petsmart store in san carlos. kron 4's scott rates shows us the strange twist. >> this pence march behind me is a very popular place to bring their pets. but customers never thought that there would be given a burglar a direct inside to their house. it was an employee who allegedly was tipping off the thieves by giving them information about customers who were using aborted services here at pet smart. investigators said that the burglar is knowing that the homeowners will be out of town and that there would be no dogs around would then break into these homes with that information. police were able to arrest 23 year-old ashley kirk. investigators say it was kirk who was working at this pet smart and was tipping off those thieves. detectives have this message for customers per it >> you have to live your
life. obviously you can't think that people are out to get to all of the time. you should be able to board the your dog without worrying about it. we have been in touch with that smart corporate from the beginning and they have been very forthcoming and very helpful in our investigation. >> and in a statement katmai says they're deeply concerned about the allegations by a burglary and the company is fully cooperating with authorities. i just checked with investigators and said there at least two homes that have been burglarized because of what happened here. they said this is an ongoing investigation and that there could be more victims out there. reporters and san mateo county scott rates kron 4 news. -- petsmart. >>james: a santa clara high school math teacher has been arrested on suspicion of
having sex. with a 17-year old minor. police say. hugo cortes guzman, was arrested on tuesday after being interviewed at the santa clara police department. santa clara high school officials say, guzman has been placed on a leave of absence. authorities say, guzman was booked into santa clara county jail. on multiple counts of unlawful sex with a minor. an investigation is underway. for over 60,000 california foster children,
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>>erica: i will talk about an increased concern for fire danger in just a couple of minutes. >>anny: time now is 426. senator ted cruz of texas is telling fellow republicans to reject "obama-care" -- setting up a political showdown that could shut down the u-s government. details on what he had to say next. >> the way to add cruces it. >> obama care is a disaster. is simply keeping a campaign
promise. do anything it takes to destroy obama care. >> that should be our priority. and not continuing to handle business at washington. >> republican peter king called him a fraud. >> in the democratic lead senate votes are not there. >> mr. cruz. and no. >> some of cruisers republican colleagues are so mad they a cotton and dairy they have gotten a very personal. >> politicians can choose to say whatever they want
and launch whenever insults they want. in the senate of the votes are very fluid. >> to be sure, committee grassroots conservatives cruz is a hero but in the senate and relationships he is or run the--he's rubbed the gop's the wrong about if they want to insult me that can knock themselves out. my focus is on stopping obama care because it's hurting the american people. >> any senator who votes for cloture on this bill is voting to give harry reid the offshore day to fund obama care with just 51 votes. >>-, cnn, capitol hill. >>james: we will be back in a moment.
time now is 430. a tight knit bay area community is mourning the loss of a 12 year old boy. burgess hu was on his bicycle when he was hit and killed right in front of his middle school in byron on monday. the driver. had just dropped off her own children when, police say, she ran over hu while pulling out of the school's driveway. the principal at excelsior middle school says. they're praying for both families. involved in the tragic accident. >> candles burn as hundreds of people show up to excelsior a middle school. the place where a purchase you his voice it scout troop marched on stage and honor of him. he wrote to and from school every day and this tragic accident left many morning the loss of their dear friend. now this is what they remember most about him. >> full of energy and he was always something everyone up. i am going to miss that. >> every time he walked out of that class and it came back again, ms. caldwell
looked to like my pencil? at t. that she would say went for? and he would say pencils make you work at work makes you succeed. >> he could finish a book like that the big in a day or a week or two days. he was so exciting. he was so enthusiastic. he always wanted to come to school and he was always happy and he didn't care what anyone else said. >> he would want us to be happy. and i felt like he's just going to come back to school of. i don't want to believe it. >> that school will continue to make brief counselors available to students brought the end of the week. reporting and byron, elise your read on, kron4 news. -- alecia reid. >>james: a bay area family is
mourning the loss of a father. 75-year-old robert wollow -- died after an s-u-v ran into his car in oakland late monday night. two juvenile suspects are in custody. >> i 75 years old robert lived his days with love. one son told me his dad's life should not have ended this way. >> he was a very hard working person. he loved taking care of himself and his family and that's what he loved to do. >> on monday night while was just two blocks away from his home when oakland police said two teenagers speeding away from a shooting smashed into a subaru telling wallow. what was coming home from his job at a senior citizen home where he watched after the elderly. his youngest son is stunned by the senselessness of his dad's death. >> this terrible to find out
someone my age was driving recklessly >> wahl leaves behind eight children, 10 grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. >> it's sad that we had to listen to this. this tragedy. >> as agreed to the family now need to figure out how to pay for a proper funeral parade and honor the man that loved so much street in hayward, justine waldman, kron 4 news. >>anny: the time now is 434. here's a look at your forecast with eric up. >>mark: the wins will definitely picked up as we head into the afternoon. temperatures out to a cooler start looking like everyone waking up to the upper 50s but a little cooler near the golden gate bridge. as with all these numbers into the afternoon today is actually the coolest day of the week. temperatures only climbing into the '70s and the south bay. it will be a sunny day.
71 and cupertino operate as we head to the east bay again temperatures will continue to drop off. 67 degrees are richmond downtown san francisco today as 66 degrees. we talked of 70's and oakland yesterday. looks like a range of the '60s and '70s and north of the golden gate bridge so passed today temperatures will start to warm the we do have a concern for fire danger. we have a fire weather watch in effect tonight through friday. with that wind expected to be anywhere between 15 and 30 mi. per hour. we could see local-bus anywhere from 30 to 45 mi. per hour. your
extended forecast the 7 day around the bay shows past today temperatures will start to warm. nothing but sunshine. it is a windy out there. no surprise. we have wind advisories in effect for a couple of the bay bridge as though now the richmond center fell bridge currently under that adviser in san goes for the bay bridge. all is well here for the toll plaza parade will look at a stalled a big rig and just a couple minutes ago. looks like that has been movement out of the way. so look like no weight at the pay gates. -no weight at the pay gates. wrapping up our bridge check with a live look at the golden gate, seem a lot of space between cars. no wind advisory here. and just like nice and easy ride out here and you're right out of marin county. >>james: thank you very much erica. officers are now shooting.
several pleasanton teenagers have been brought in for questioning-- regarding the brutal beating of 51- year old david lamont. just after midnight on saturday, lamont confronted a group of juveniles. about the noise they were making outside his home. a short time later, his wife found him unconscious on the sidewalk. now a neighbor tells kron 4, he may have witnessed the suspects driving away from the scene. pleasanton police say, the teenagers who may be involved in the beating, are currently enrolled in the city's two high schools. lamont remains in a coma as a result of his injuries. >>anny:san leandro police are hoping surveillance video will lead them to a suspect seen beating a manager at a safeway store. take a look. the attack happened monday morning at a safeway store in san leandro. kron4's will tran has an update. a >>
>>will: some employees are still rattled at what happened. it here surveillance video given to us from the san leandro police department. we don't know at this time why a person attacked the manager, what he knew of the manager or if this was random. it wasn't necessarily the ones that did the devastation of the impact on the managers land to the ground. fees and hospital recovering this morning and then the suspect flees the st. we got a chance to talk to a friend of the manager print here's what he had to say about the attack. >> that could have been my father, that could have been my uncle. in now he's a nice manager per if it is doing his job. >> at this point the description of the suspect is very generic but we do know he's an african- american man in his 20s. about 5 ft. 10 separate wearing a gray shirt at the time and blue jeans. we hope
to talk to the atlanta police department a little bit more this morning parade concerned a possible motive and how the suspect got away. i tried to talk to them and i officer and i asked them does he know how this person fled. whether he was in a car that is what he says he just doesn't know. back to you anny print >>anny: what we are hoping that people see that video and they're able to identify him. time now is 4393 it will be back with more including your tech report.
good morning and crime for tech reporter gabe slate. who just released a new update that this is really a new security feature. something that the iphone has had for a while but now it's finally coming to the android platform for it for this update includes a security feature that allows and tried phone and tablet users to remotely like their device, remotely
and locate their device or remotely wipe clean and raise their device from the desktop computer. here's how it works. >> this new feature is really handy consider it a lot of existing android users are paying third-party apps a lot of money for the same type of security service. now it will be offered for free from google. if android user loses their f tablet that can use any computer to lock into gogol's android device manager website for their remote locate their device. or if they're worried its men lost or stolen they can lock the device remotely so it would be a thief would have to have their paschal to unlock the front for it or a user can take it a step further and that can wipe their device claim if they're really concerned operate completely erase it remotely so no one can see any pictures, videos, and no separate everything would be gone. to activate this feature on an for devices
does go to your settings, the android device manager at check a box turning the feature on. than any time you can visit the android device manager web site below picturephone, lockyer from ore eraser from creek i wanted to test it out to see if it would work so i decided to clean up your device check this out. it is only brings the second time i click on bring your device. that worked really well. this is a great free security service from google. gabe slate, kron 4 news. hñ
afternoon we will have concern for america's cup yet again. look at your day planner. temperatures will be and the mid to upper 50s. perhaps if you will '60s by 8:00 this morning. make sure the kids have a jacket. into the afternoon by lunchtime, high clouds with when starting to pick up by 3:00 today temperatures only ranging from the low 60s cosi to go 70's and lead. today could definitely be the coolest of the week. satellite's radar shows clear skies here in the bay area with a lot of high clouds shooting are white. all of the wet weather activity associated with this cold front you can see as well to our north or east. don't think you will see any sprinkles here in the bay area. as you break down your afternoon highs for today, generally we should be in the '80s for this time of year. for the east bay and one areas but today brentwood only kidding 73 degrees with low 70's through the san ramon valley. temperatures were in
who was attacked at a 49ers game talks to kron4. new video shows the security at candlestick may be an issue. kron4's j.r. stone has that story. >>j.r.: the self on video as intense. a fight at candlestick park last sunday, a crowd of people at the niners the game. look closely at this video and you will see a woman it clocked in the head. this woman says the same things happen to her last week as she was leaving the stadium. >> she fully attacked me. i pushed her away from me. i was very shaken up after she kicked me numerous times. i was crying pretty hard and that ross stood on the side and left.
>> these are the bruises' left on days his legs. officers said 67 people were ejected from the niners colts game only three arrests were made. police say they are using uniform and on and uniformed officers in addition to candlestick security. this is a sense her bruises and this amateur video are both proved there are hurdles to overcome for safety at the stake. >> people need to really be penalized. i think people get in fights and no one gets kicked out. >> keep my mind they did not press charges and her case but even if she had in may not have even made a difference. earlier this year i found that out of all the arrests made at candlestick last season, less than 5 percent were actually prosecuted for it j.r. stone, kron4 newsprint the >>james: the giants fall to the dodgers. the san francisco
giants are holding fundraisers at three home games for bryan stow. the giants fan who was beaten at a game in los angeles. fans who buy tickets in certain sections of a-t- and-t park for the games. will have ten- dollars of their ticket price donated to the bryan stow fund. the giants play the l-a dodgers through thursday.
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a family devastated. the father killed in a car crash. the suspects may have been fleeing police after a crime. we hear from the distruaght family. next. >>gary: and following the latest out of kenya where over a hundred people are buried underneath rubble of the mall that was attacked. we'll have an update, coming up. suffered >>j.r.: >>george: >>james: we are following a developing story out of san leandro where the search continues for a man who violently attacked a store manager. it happened on monday
kron 4's will tran joins us live from the store with surveillance video of the attack. >>will: for some reason at 11:00 in the morning this man at hits of the manager and head. it wasn't that that necessarily did the most damage. the manager collapsed onto the ground. he said the hospital this morning. he is recovering from his injuries. nonetheless the suspect flees a the same we got a chance to talk with the san leandro police department. here's what they have to say about the attack. >> we are pretty confident someone maybe not a friend or family member will see it that's moved by it but maybe even another officer from a different jurisdiction or someone who's dealt with this subject in the past
will identify him >>will: san leandro police are not saying whether or not the victim knew of the manager at the time. we don't know how long he's been at the store. there were very tight-lipped about the attack. the description is pretty generic. an african-american man and his 20s. about 5 ft. tent. very athletic build wearing a gray shirt at the time and blue jeans. we hope to talk to the san leandro police department in a little later this morning to get more information on the shocking attack. >>james: thanks, will. >>darya: 503 it is the time right now. a tight knit bay area community is mourning the loss of a 12 year old boy.
burgess hu was on his bicycle when he was hit and killed right in front of his middle school in byron monday. the driver. had just dropped off her own children when, police say, she ran over hu while pulling out of the school's driveway. >> he was a just so exciting. he was so enthusiastic. he always wanted to come to school and he was always happy and he didn't care what anyone else said. >>mark: the school is going to continue to make brief counselors available throughout the end of the week to students.
away from a shooting when they smashed into wollow's subaru. he was coming home from his job at a senior citizens home where he watched after the elderly. wollo's sons are stunned by the recklessness of their dad's death. sad to hear that wollo leaves behind 8 kids, 10 grandkids and 5 great granchildren. as the family grieves, they say they now need to figure out how to pay for a proper funeral.
following developing news out of kenya this morning where mall attackers claim that 137 hostages have been buried in rubble as kenyan forces demolish the building. so far, 61 people have died in the attack that started last week and last four days at a mall in nairobi. al-shabab militant group claims that the kenyan government used explosives in carrying out a ""demolition" of the building. a spokesperson with the kenyan government denies
the claim saying that chemical gases were * not used. he says that three floors of the building collapsed after a fire started by the militant group attackers caused structural weakness to the building. halloween spending is lower than expected this year. why retialers say the economy is to blame. and representative nancy pelsoi voicing her opinion on how the united states should handle maternity leaves. the u-s terriority all states should be modeling, coming up. and senator cruz on the senate floor for nearly 17- hours long discussion on healthcare. the reason behind the texas senator's long talk, coming up.
the democratic controlled senate is on a path toward defeating tea party attempts to protest president barack obama's health care law by delaying a mass-pass emergency spending bill. a vote to press ahead with the funding bill comes after a bid by texas senator ted cruz. as of this morning, he's been on the floor for more than 1 hours. the house-passed measure is
required to prevent a government shutdown after midnight on monday, and contains tea party backed 1 provision to quote "defund" the so-called ""obamacare"" and here is a live look from the senate floor in washington d-c where texas republican senator ted cruz took to the senate floor on the senator says he intends to speak until he is no longer able to stand. it would redheadand here is video from earlier this morning when texas senator ted cruz took to the senate floor to voice his support in defunding
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gulf coast the same time as manuel which caused the floods and landslides. a powerful earthquake has killed at least 40 people in pakistan and left dozens more were injured. the 7-point-7 magnitude quake struck the southern part of the country tuesday. it was so powerful, it created a new island. the earthquake pushed it right out of the ocean, off the coast of gwadar. more than two hundred troops have been sent to the area to provide aid, including rescue teams and medical teams.
>>erica: temperatures will struggle to make it into the 70's today for south bay. santa clara only as 72 degrees. some 871 expected and sunnyvale. it's going to look nice but we will shave off a couple degrees compared to what we saw yesterday. with danville as 71, 71 vallejo, 72 for walnut creek. downtown san francisco and the mid-60s. it looks like a good mixing of '60s and '70s north of the golden gate bridge. we do have a fire and whether watch. this was issued by the national weather service. it goes into effect tonight lasting until 3:00 friday afternoon. because he went anywhere from 15 to 30 mi. per locally at 45 mi. per hour so i am concerned about america's cup later on this afternoon.
we have a great concern for fires to break out. for all locations above 1,000 ft.. that is something we will closely monitor for you right here on kron4. but check out conditions into the weekend. saturday and sunday we are back in the '80s for the warmest and 1 spots. 519 on the clock. good morning george. at >>george: good morning air a cup. still looking at a pretty good or ride. wind is a factor with wind advisories in effect for three bay area bridges. no indication of any problems he had to because of the went on the new east span. freer san mateo bridge ride a wind advisories effect is lasting. no delays but we have been seeing a very slow traffic and 8:00 and 9:00 hours for the westbound san
mateo bridge. at the golden gate bridge because of its orientation there is no wind advisory but there is a wind advisory for the richmond san rafael bridge street is still flashing lights here. those are trucks heading back from reconfiguring the lanes on the stand. they just added the fourth lane and the southbound direction. but it is to drive times for you. hercules to berkeley is at 12 minutes for your right down to university avenue parade problem free at through the san ramon valley though the new commute. west 580 still looks good. slow traffic out there tracy this morning 3 south bay conditions are excellent with no delays appear right through 85 to 80 or. here's your ride from about of doubt the central san rafeal. delay free with a 23 minute drive time. >>darya:good news out of
southern california this morning where crews continue to battle a wildfire that lead to some evacuations. they're getting a hold on the blaze and are making good progress. the 200 acre fire is happening near interstate 15 east of l-a. 30 homes were evacuated as a precaution but none have burned. meanwhile, a fire that broke out monday night near azusa is 70 percent contained. that blaze in the san gabriel mountains has burned about 250 acres of brush. no homes threatened there.
the federal reserve is concerned about suspiciously heavy trading of gold futures after its meeting last week that may have been triggered by a premature release of market- sensitive information. the central bank says that the media that receive embargoed information from the fed agree to withhold information until the time set for its release. the fed statement said quote "we will be conducting follow-up conversations with news organizations to ensure our procedures are completely understood." after the meeting, the fed said it would hold off on slowing its $85-billion-a- month in bond purchases. a lawsuit seeks hundreds of millions of dollars from paint manufacturers to remove lead paint from older homes. attorneys made their final arguments this week.
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top of the mass cam. you can see that it is shaking because of the wind. i do not know about you but yesterday about 1:00 p.m. the wind started to pick up. it stayed in affect all afternoon. the temperatures had really drop down. you can see because of badebts. i think this is a the first advisory like this that we have seen in a while. this bridge is a little bit more exposed than the bay bridge so when you go across here, if you are in a high-profile deal " you should give yourself a little more time. it is colder out here. >> the america's cup could
also be affected by the wind today. oracle's unbelievable comeback continues. they won their seventh straight america's cup race to come from 8-1 down to the cup at 8-8. if oracle had not been docked a to raise penalty before the competition that would have already taken home the trophy. that overtook emi rates team new zealand on the upwind third leg to force a winner take all the finality. the final margin was 54 seconds. >> we will see what will
happen today. >> the wind will actually increase this afternoon. the national weather service is going to issue a fire at weather watch because we're still tracking and dry conditions. as we take a live look outside from our roof cam are waking up to grade conditions. today is expected to be the coolest the day. we do have some interesting changes to know on your 7 day around the bay and i will walk you through that coming up. >> here is a live look outside the san mateo bridge. this is going towards the high rise. this is one of the bridges that are under the wind advisory.
your quick commute check shows the we have picked up more slowing for the east bay. this is from highway 4 towards antioch out to pittsburg. this is now starting to spill into altman pass way. >> asiana airlines is being investigated a gang. this time for its handling of victims and their families after the crash of flight 214 at sfo. the federal government is questioning whether the airline did enough to support the families. critics say that asiana ignored a government request for an update for their emergency contact information and did not post a toll-free number is quickly as promised. others complain that the airline was slow to fly and family
members to comfort the once there were injured. this is the first time the u.s. apart of transportation has been concerned enough to review and airlines' handling a post-crash services. >> meantime, more than 100 volunteers will fan out across to runways at s.f. fall today to pick up debris that could damage aircraft. the volunteers, most of whom are sfo employees, are taking part in the airports in will effort to clear debris. they are looking to clear rocks, pieces of pavement, and mechanical parts that could damage in the airplane that arrives or departs from the airport. traffic control will halt all airport traffic on the two runways between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. this morning. >> several pleasanton teenagers have been brought in for questioning regarding
the brutal beating of a 51 year-old man. just after midnight on saturday, david lamont confronted a group of juveniles, about the noises they were making outside of his home. a short time later, his wife found him unconscious on the sidewalk. pleasanton police say, that the teenagers who may be involved in the beating, are currently enrolled in the cities to high schools. he remains in a coma as a result of his injuries. >> san leandro police are holding their surveillance video will lead them to is suspect who was same beating a manager at a safeway store. take a look. the attack happened monday morning at a safeway store in san leandro. you concede that the suspect and the manager getting into what looks like an argument. the suspect then punches the manager and runs. police
hope that someone who sees the video will be able to identify the suspects. >> the suspect in this case is an african-american man about 20 years old, 5 ft. 10 in. tall with a athletic build. >> a victim who was attacked at a 49ers game last we talked to kron 4. new video shows the fight at candlestick park last sunday, that broke out in the stands among a crowd of people at the 49ers-colts game. football fan and daisy barringer says of the same type of thing happen to her at candlestick park last week. if she says it is proved that there are still hurdles to overcome when it comes to fan safety at the
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you should definitely bring you a jacket. it is 51 degrees currently in napa. we are more mild down the east shore line. it is pretty clear outside from this live look over the golden gate bridge. as we move into afternoon will keep clear skies grid the temperatures will be cooler than what we sought yesterday. pleasanton will have a high of 71 degrees. the temperatures today will be the coolest only hitting low 60's in daly city. we are below where we should be this time of year and the wind will pick up. by 1:00 p.m., will have the 11 mi. per hour winds. the wind will be stronger and the higher elevations. >> by 6:00 p.m. we will see gust over 20 to 30 mi. per hour or. the winds will be stronger along the coastline
and north of the golden gate bridge. the national service has issued a wind advisory. it will continue to increase and the humidity will lower. we are concerned about fire danger. it is quiet and come right now. take a look at saturday and sunday. it will be a nice day to be outside. will 80s inside the bay. the time is 5:47 a.m.. >> the windy conditions have caused us that have advisers for bridges. this might mean that they will activate the meter and lights a little early. they sometimes do this when they have wind advisories. this is the first morning of the new eastons' bandit we have had a wind advisory. for the san
mateo bridge ride is still looking good with no problems westbound though we have been seen at 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. being brought down. you might want to get an early start. your ride to the golden gate bridge, 1 01 southbound is still an easy trip. it is still a 12 minute commute from hercules to berkeley. 16 ministers san ramon it is problem free for the ride on 580 through dublin. south bay freeway is looking good a but this is the >> normal for 101 in the northbound direction. >> the time is 5:48 a.m.. a
string of burglaries is happening in the porto love valley area and investigators are searching for more victims perry ed detective say that burglaries all have the same connection, a pet smart store in san carlos. investigators say that pet smart employee 23 year-old ashley kuric was allegedly tipping off burglars by giving them information about customers were using the boarding services at pet smart. the burglars and knowing that the homeowners will be out of town and that there will be no adults around, within break into these comes with that information. >> police arrested as aashley
kuric. in a statement by a pet smart they say that they are deeply concerned about the allegations of a burglaries and by an associate, and that the company is fully cooperating with the authorities. >> the sonoma-marin area rail transit train line could get funding to extend their services. the federal trantransit administration made the announcement on friday. they say that smarts san rafael to larks mirlarkspur segment ofe rail line has been accepted into the project development phase. this will allow smart to complete the environmental review process. >> low-income and homeless
students and the san francisco unified school district will soon receive school and dental supply kids. this is to assure that they have resources to stay focused on their education. the nonprofit kate to college plans to distribute these kids to more than 12,000 students at 30 different schools. the dental supplies will be passed out the week before halloween. the founder said the this is so the parents have one less thing to worry about financially. they have also served more than 220,000 students throughout the state since 2010. >> quick the bay area sports update. the athletics have wrapped up the we did now they have to take on boston. the athletics will take on the loss anges are still a gamed
boston. a j griffin gave up three runs. they a's have 94 wins and 64 losses. >> the giants on the other hand only have 72 and five. they're trying to stay out of last place. he gets revenge, he had this monster home run. the dodgers to get past the giants 2-1. the game-winning home run. toney had a solo shot for the giants in disdain. they're only just had this one run
yesterday as she introduced president obama and president clinton. the two came together to clean of some confusion about the health care law. mrs. clinton was recently asked about the importance of having one in the president in the united states. she said that she is in no hurry to make a decision and said that it is part of a larger mission to expand political leadership among women around the world. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news. shoppers are on edge this morning after an attack at a safeway store in east bay. we will have an update on who they are searching for. >> dogfighting has gone by rol citing has gone viral. >> dogfighting has gone by rol cwe love this kitchen! what's next? great! do you have measurements? yeah, i paced it off.
>> top stories we are following on this wednesday september 25th, an attack on a store manager--caught on camera-- at an east bay safeway store. police are hoping it will help lead to an arrest. >> we are following a developing story out of san leandro where the search continues for a man who violently attacked a store manager. >> a government shutdown is looming. one senator is still talking. we will tell you why this texas senator has been speaking. >> the wind will increase as we head into afternoon. this will elevate our concern for fire danger.
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