tv KRON 4 Early News KRON September 26, 2013 4:00am-6:01am PDT
we'll take a look at oracle team u-s-a's win of the america's cup. and what is going to happen if bart workers go on strike for the second time this year. we'll take a look at the plan to keep trains running. police have arrested and charged a man who they say shot and killed a san francisco state student as he was getting off muni. this is video of the suspect nikhom theph-a-kay-sone. taken right before the shooting. it happened monday night at randolph and bright streets. police say it appears the attack was random and unprovoked. the victim is identified as 20-year -old justin valdez. kron 4's philippe djegal hears from other s-f state students. >> it's not a lot to say. it's sad. >> students having a tough time understanding why velez was killed. gun down monday night while exiting muni at the intersection of
randolph and bright. >> and i take that sometimes especially at night and is sucks. >> the shooting happened about a mile away from sf as you where of doubt as was a member of the university's club water polo team. originally from garden grove in southern california, bell does move to san francisco last fall. he was a member of an on campus club called ecosystems. bell does was known for having a passion for solving environmental issues. i am i can express to the motion just to note the hard work he put an ended so abruptly. i send all of my love to his family. >> i am just shocked. it is so random. and makes no sense. that is just a waste of a life. >> the university is offering students-just counseling to students who need help dealing with this
tragedy. >> philippe djegal, kron 4 news. >>james: san francisco state university president les wong released a statement. it says. "this is truly a tragedy for justin's friends and family, and for the entire university community. i have reached out to justin's family to offer our heartfelt concern and to assure them that we stand ready to offer support and assistance at this difficult time." a new development on the beating of a pleasanton man. who remains in a coma this police are now questioning four people who were present during the attack. 51 year old david lamont was left unconscious last saturday. he's still in critical condition at the hospital. police say they've interviewed three pleasanton teenagers and a 18 year old who lives out of
town. right now, they are not considered suspects. and have been cooperative with police. it was quite a day on the san francisco bay. as 'oracle team usa' completes one of the greatest comebacks in sailing history. the team won the 34th america's cup. beating 'emirates team new zealand' in the final race. tens of thousands of fans packed into americas cup village today to watch the stunning comeback. and they marveled at the win. oracle team usa might have won even sooner, but two of its victories were scratched because it was deemed to have illegally modified its boat. if there is another strike next month, bart officials
and the other transit agencies say they want to do all they can to keep people moving. kron 4's charles clifford has details on what they have planned. >>charles:during october, there are usually more cars on the roadways and more people riding bart than there are in july. thats because schools are back in session and fewer people are on vacation. if there is another bart strike next month, the metropolitan transportation commission expects heavier congestion and longer commute times than what we saw in july. in response, they and the bay area's transit agencies are working on a beefed up plan to help people get around. during the july strike, bart ran 60-78 private shuttle busses. this time, they want to bring in 200 shuttles and add 4
additional stations. bart also wants to run a limited number of trains through the transbay tube using non-union managers as operators. the unions are strongly opposed to that idea and the bart board of directors would have to approve the use of any temporary train operators. the san francisco bay ferry would also run additional routes, just as they did in july, but they would be getting one additional ferry from the golden gate ferry system. caltrans is considering extending hov hours along interstates 80, 880 and 680. they may also add a temporary hov lane along highway 24. they may also allow lift truck restrictions along 580, in order to relieve congestion on 880. and finally, ac transit, which provides bus service in the east bay and across the bay bridge, is currently not planning any service changes.. although final plans are expected to be announced later this month. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. >>james: a south bay teacher will be
arraigned today for allegedly having sex with a student. school officials say.hugo cortes guzman.taught math at santa clara high school. on monday, they received a tip that he had a sexual encounter with a 17-year- old student. an investigation was launched and guzman was arrested a day later. at this point police believe there is only one victim. but their investigation continues. guzman will appear in santa clara county superior court around 1:30 this afternoon. coming up on the kron 4 morning news.
in the chilling video you can see the shooter, aaron alexis, running up and down hallways and a stairwell of building 197 -- brandishing a shotgun. police say, alexis altered the shotgun by sawing off the barrel. and he etched into the side of the weapon, among other phrases, quote - ""end to the torment" and "better off this way" the f-b-i today shared more details about alexis' mental health and his apparent motive. federal investigators,
including the department of defense, are still trying to figure exactly out how this all happened. alexis is a former navy reservist and i-t contractor. the fray on capitol hill is not distracting the white house from pushing forward with it's awareness campaign on president obama's health care law. even if there's a partial government shutdown next week, major parts of the law will still be in place and rolling along. brianna keilar reports. >> everybody sign up and go to health care doggo. >> yesterday bill clinton help the president often awareness campaign in new
york. today obama brief to mayors and state officials on the phone and tomorrow he gives up a campaign style speech at a community community college in maryland thrift the administration thinks a new report showing premiums under obama care will be lower-than-expected gives their message firepower even if the president's signature health-care program remains deeply unpopular. a cnn poll shows only 45 percent of americans approve of how the president is doing many republicans want more spending cuts in return for raising the debt ceiling.
high fire danger. we could see went out and out of 15 to 25 mi. per hour. as of right now the winds are still approaching so they still have that onshore component. here is a look at your satellite and radar parade again clear skies. high pressure will start to build than friday at with that we will see what temperatures into the weekend. we are tracking a system that is going to drop down from the pacific northwest which will really increase our potential for some rain. clifford again we do have unsettled weather within the next seven days. of course we will continue to monitor that as we get closer to it. i do want to
take a look at. for those of you getting an early start care at her approach to the bay bridge toll plaza you will notice it is a very easy ride. no weightier at the pay gates. the san mateo bridge is always a good option for the very early morning hours. if you're getting an early start this is definitely a nice ride later on in the morning we start to see some big back up. southbound 101 the golden gate bridge is a problem for a short way out of the north bay. and all was well is good for westbound 580 the 1 the nimitz freeway. >>james: thank you erica. new this morning. offsthe kenya defense
forces have just released video of the aftermath of the collapsed parts of westgate mall in nairobi. the video shows the collapsed parking garage where cars are falling into the rubble, extensive damage to the infrastructure of the mall, and lots of rubble floating up into the air. at least 61 civilians and six kenyan security officers died in the four- day attack and rescue efforts. but the death toll will rise as recovery workers retrieve bodies buried in the rubble of the partially collapsed mall.
kenyan forces killed five terrorists, and 11 others are in custody over possible links to the attacks. federal transportation officials are looking into more complaints about asiana airlines. they are looking into whether the airline failed to provide adequate services to crash victims after the accident last july. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story. and talked with some of the
>>erica: could morning and thanks for waking up with the kron4 morning news. and linda highs only approaching the upper 70's and mid-70s inside the bay and mid-60's for the coast. so it is a cool one. clear conditions on saturday morning into the afternoon. i will break down your 7 day around the bay forecast and highlights the
potential for some rain coming up in just a couple of minutes. >> hear stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. as >> something on the screen is soon going to cost you more money because of people behaving badly. it's not the elephant, the panda or any of the animals for that matter nats: ambiance you give up? it's the mattress, yes since people are dumping them all around. the state may soon impose a surcharge
this is san pablo it's not a city you would think has a problem but unfortunately i found illegally dumped mattresses here including this kids mattress just lying on the sidewalk ambiance the city of richmond a city of pride and purpose has the same problem people dumping mattress on the streets just inside the monterey pines apartment complex in richmond if you get past this guard dog three mattresses dumped and over near cutting blvd i found this huge pile of
illegally dumped debris which included this money bag and two mattresses ambiance in oakland its more of the same, this mattress filled with stuff was torn apart and scattered around the area and just a few blocks away right near this partially stripped honda on blocks another mattress ambiance if all goes according to plan there will be an 8 to 14 dollar surcharge per mattress to help with the problem i guess soon there will be
one for couches as well so because of people behaving badly not the kron 4 segment but the people. we now have to pay more money to fix the problem as if having to finance a mattress is not enough in the east bay stanley roberts kron 4 news police have arrested and charged a man who they say shot and killed a san to
the morning it is 430 in the morning and thanks for watching the kron4 morning news with erica. >>erica: temperatures right now started off in the low to mid 50's however kron4 spots have already drawn down into the forties. we are even talking about wind chill factor yet. you notice 60 mi. per hour sustained winds and fairfield. 14 mi. per hour for you guys in the bottle. went in grant county upwards of 25 mi. per hour. we do have their red flag for me that-warning in
effect for fire danger. we could see us locally up to 45 mi. per hour. of the increase in winds coupled with low humidity really pose a threat for all of bart east bay hills. let's break down york afternoon highs shall we. it will be a little bit warmer than what we saw yesterday. 77 degrees and plenty of sunshine in concord. looks like will see mostly below to mid 70's for places like hayward oakland. at 73 degrees year high and berkeley. los 70's and richmond. it will look like a beautiful day this will be very hot in the south bay. downtown san francisco at 70 today. mid-60's in daly city. and last but not least, had to the north paper and we haven't forgotten about you guys temperatures today will primarily be in the '70s. your extended forecast at 7 day around the bay
highlights windy conditions which will continue into tomorrow. but like that drier air mass will continue to hold here in the bay area. high pressure building in. we do have some big changes are arriving sunday night with a potential for some showers. looking like a 20 to 30 percent chance of rain as we wake up monday morning. as for traffic around the bay area i want to get to lock the door with a quick bridge check. here's a live look at her approach to the bay bridge. since no incidents to report. for those of you getting an early start. southbound 101 at the golden gate bridge looks like visibility is pretty good as you work your way out of marin county.
>>james: san francisco state wong released a statement. it says. >>will: he was here to study to be an environmental engineer. he was heading home at the time. police said the accused shooter lives just a few blocks from where justin velez lives. they are telling me how they eventually made the arrest but they circulated the youtube video of the accused shooter smiling and for whatever reason they don't know the motive the act. he shot just involved as in the back of the head. we had a chance to talk with the valve does his friends. here is what they have to say about their friend.
this difficult time." a new development on the beating of a pleasanton man. who remains in a coma this morning. police are now questioning four people who were present during the attack. 51 year old david lamont was left unconscious last saturday. he's still in critical condition at the hospital. police say they've interviewed three pleasanton teenagers and a
18 year old who lives out of town. right now, they are not considered suspects. and have been cooperative with police. kron 4's charles clifford has details on what they have planned. >>charles:during october, there are usually more cars on the roadways and more people riding bart than there are in july. thats because schools are back in session and fewer people are on vacation. if there is another bart strike next month, the metropolitan transportation commission expects heavier congestion
and longer commute times than what we saw in july. in response, they and the bay area's transit agencies are working on a beefed up plan to help people get around. during the july strike, bart ran 60-78 private shuttle busses. this time, they want to bring in 200 shuttles and add 4 additional stations. bart also wants to run a limited number of trains through the transbay tube using non-union managers as operators. the unions are strongly opposed to that idea and the bart board of directors would have to approve the use of any temporary train operators. the san francisco bay ferry would also run additional routes, just as they did in july, but they would be
getting one additional ferry from the golden gate ferry system. caltrans is considering extending hov hours along interstates 80, 880 and 680. they may also add a temporary hov lane along highway 24. they may also allow lift truck restrictions along 580, in order to relieve congestion on 880. and finally, ac transit, which provides bus service in the east bay and across the bay bridge, is currently not planning any service changes.. although final plans are expected to be announced later this
extra curricular activities help provide a sense of identity and a path to success. joining the soccer team. getting help with math. going to prom. i want to learn to swim. it's hard to feel normal, when you can't do the normal things. to help, sleep train is collecting donations for the extra activities that, for most kids, are a normal part of growing up. not everyone can be a foster parent...
but anyone can help a foster child. watching wall street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in the positive. worries about the economy and the growing possibilty of a government shutdown also continue to weigh on investors' minds. stocks closed lower for a fifth day yesterday. here's a closer look at the closing numbers. the dow fell 61 points. the nasdaq also lost seven. the s and p 500 down five. opening bell today at 6:30. j.c. penney's stock hit a 13-year low, dipping below ten dollars a share at one point. analysts predict the retailer did not have a
good back-to-school shopping season. but j.c. penney has not commented on the dip. the store has hit a lot of bumps recently, but it said last month it wouldn't need to raise more cash any time soon. disneyland now offers starbucks to park visitors. and just like nearly every town in the country. the new starbucks is on main street. the stores will accept starbucks gift cards and the starbucks app. starbucks opened at epcot center in disney world in florida earlier this year. allowing outside businesses into its parks is not unprecedented for disney --
it already has similar deals with a few others businesses, including ghiradelli chocolate shops. california is raising its minimum wage to one of the highest rates in the nation. here's video of governor jerry brown signing the bill yesterday in los angeles. the new law will gradually hike the state's minimum wage over the next three years to 10 dollars an hour. supporters of the bill talked about the measure's economic benefits. state republican lawmakers oppose the increase saying it ratchets up business costs, encouraging them to cut jobs. federal law sets a minimum
good morning. i witnessed an amazing new technology. this guy is controlling his laptop with his eyes. it's the future. it's crazy. it's a whole new level. i met up with a tech company was on the forefront of this technology. this is a whole new way to interact with a device in your life. here's a closer look. >> it's effortless. it's almost telepathic. >> carl is with tobe a silicon valley company that on the forefront of by tracking technology. forget the touch screen. i touchscreen--he can
manipulate what happens on his laptop by focusing on points on the screen. think of it as touching the screen with your eyes. he looks at the stock widget, it (except the weather widget, it opens. or this clock which agreed he went to kron4's web site and scrolled up and down without his hands. using just his eyes. the eyes essentially replace the mouse. where he looks is where the cursor clicks and leads the user to the next thing. >> over here about an inch off from the screen i put this media planner here. i can fully used with my eyes. off to the left here is the kind of where my finger is. there's a menu. i can drive that menu. i'm looking down, arms growing up, i'm looking through the mails. --e-mail's. you'll be able
to purchase this at consumer electronics stores and attach it to their existing devices. and very shortly after that, your next poulter book such as this which is a prototype that has the i technology already built in. i have a web camera built in. and what have i tracker built into it as well. it will be part of the all box experience. it is very fundamental it all starts with where you're looking at. we give the device of the ability to understand what you're looking at and make what you want to do with it much easier. much more natural and much more fun. >>gabe: gave slate, kron 4 news. >>erica: it is definitely when the of there. in winds will increase into the 8:00
hour. we are a wicked ultimately clear skies. winds will pick up into the afternoon up so we are still dealing with high fire danger as a red flag warning is in effect. here's a look at satellite and radar. it is clear out there. we do have winds approaching from the west and northwest. we still have that on shore, on a but that was shipped as we head into friday. we will steals off shore wins. temperatures will warm as the pressure builds over the weekend. the weekend looking nice and sunny and much warmer but still a little windy. we do have some big changes though, as well of a-wet weather could arrive at the end of next week. i want to talk about the increase of fire danger with the winds and gusts up to 25 mi. to 45 mi. per hour. we're talking high fire danger for the diablo range, east bay hills, santa clara valley and for those of you in the north bay.
this is something we will continue to monitor. in addition to the high fire danger due to the windy conditions temperatures a little bit warmer yesterday. --it did yesterday. it looks like most of the bay area will be in the upper sixties to low 70's as we head into the afternoon. this is more of a typical fall like pattern and a sense we are seeing a wide range of microclimate systems. we will continue with clear skies with temperatures back in the '60s by 8:00 this evening.
clipping a close eye on was off 580. and generally one of the first spots to back up. adjutancy hear no shocks or surprises. read on the road where were you can see it's below 25 mi. per hour. james. >>james: total mail volume continues twitter is launching a new alert system. it allows emergency officials to directly communicate via text messages and twitter notifications with users who 'opt in',. twitter users can sign up by going directly to twitter's account setup page. users can choose which agencies they want to receive alerts from. twitter says the goal is to get credible information out when other
communications services may be down. some school districts in marin county have decided to use facebook and twitter as a tool to teach students how to be better citizens. all school districts in california are implementing the new 'common core' standards as part of their curriculum. and within the new guidelines, are regulations that students must be taught about technology. a number of districts in marin county have opened their web filter to facebook and other social media to teach students how to be responsible when using social media. the marin district is in the process of training teachers how to effectively integrate technology. cal train is back up and
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top stories we are following on this thursday september 26th. friends and classmates of a san francisco state university sophomore are remembering the student this morning. after he was gunned down earlier this week near campus. top stories we are following on this thursday, september 26th. person are now questioning a person responsible for beating a pleasanton man.
we'll have an update coming up in a live report. and the bay area is preparing for another strike. but time around bart is planning to make getting around the bay a little easier. we'll explain how they plan to do that in a new contingency plan. >>james: a partial government shutdown next week would leave the major parts of president barack obama's health care law in place and humming right along.
san francisco. the stabbing happened after the dodgers- giants game near a-t-t park. we have a crew on the scene, we'll bring you updates as they become available. police have arrested and charged a man. who they say, shot and killed a san francisco state student. as he was getting off muni. lets go out to kron four's will tran is who live this morning at san francisco state. will? pleasanton police are narrowing their search for the person or persons responsible for beating a
pleasanton man outside his home this past weekend. kron four's mike pelton is live in pleasanton at police headquarters with an update, mike? police have arrested and charged a man. who they say, shot and killed a san francisco state student. as he was getting off muni. this is video of the suspect nikhom theph-a-kay- sone. taken right before the shooting. it happened monday night. at randolph and bright streets. that's about a mile away from s-f-s-u. police say, it appears the attack was random and unprovoked. the victim has been identified as 20-year -old justin valdez. his classmates are now speaking to kron four. they tell us, valdez was very nice and approachable. valdez-- originally from southern california, was a member of the university's men's club water polo team.
he was also member of an on-campus club called -- eco students. valdez was known for having a passion for solving environmental issues. the university says it is offering counseling to any students who need help dealing with this tragedy. san francisco state university president les wong. released a statement. it says. quote - "this is truly a tragedy for justin's friends and family, and for the entire university community. i have reached out to justin's family to offer our heartfelt concern and to assure them. that we stand ready to offer support and assistance at this difficult time."
less than a week after two people were shot in san francisco's potrero hill, * another victim is recovering after being shot last night. it happened near the corner of 23rd and arkansas streets around seven. the victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. this comes just days after a 24-year-old man and a 21-
train schedules are expected to resume as normal this morning. bart officials are making sure commuters can get around the bay area if another strike happens next month. transportation officials released a 21-million- dollar contingency plan to provide free charter buses, extra car pool lanes, and even limited train service run by managers. if no deal is reached, bart employees could strike as early as october 11th. that's when a cooling-off that's when a cooling-off unbelievable. 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.
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>>will: we just learned that the man who died was in fact were in a dodgers had. this all happened around 1140 last night when the confrontation broke out between two groups of men here at third and perry. if they don't know the cost whether it was a rivalry between the giants and the dodgers. just give you the lay of the land. at the ballpark is right down the
road. it may be less than a quarter mile. the game had just wrapped up. we do know that three men have been taken into custody. they are being questioned. witnesses said the area are also being questioned as to what caused this fatality. they're trying to get some more information-week. breaking news we have just learned that the man who died was in fact were in a dodgers had. whether or not this has anything to do with this rivalry we will try to figure it out. keep it on kron4 we will bring you the very latest. >>james: thank you will. we will check back with you. >>darya: we want to focus on the weather this morning. it is a little chilly out there pripet k erica. >>erica: here's a look as
satellite and radar. we are waking up to clear skies. we have when approaching from the north and west. no surprise on the that the national weather service issued a wind advisory warning. that advisory is going to expire around 3:00 friday afternoon. as we focus on your temperatures for today. it's going to be a little bit warmer than what we saw yesterday. but temperatures fell below where it should be for this time of year. plenty of sunshine and looks like a beautiful day just won't be as hot in the east bay. to
take a look at sunday into monday, temperatures will cool. we are trapped in a storm system.evening we could se showers north of the golden gate bridge. that chance increases for the rest of us waking up monday morning. we do have the potential for some unsewed whether within the next several days at 5 $18 your forecast. here's traffic now with rabin. >> thank you or a corporate pretty good commute so far of the bay area no slowing from the maze or berkeley.
more cars on the road on 92. this is a live look from the san mateo bridge. it's a little bit crowded. that was bound traffic heading from hayward to foster city but you will see any problems or accidents. looking good on one 01. in both directions heading into san francisco. let's switch over to the traffic map separate traffic tracker is picking up the usual stomping of traffic out of tracy had been through the often mocked but it is clearing a little bit. the problems are roadwork as emerge from to 05 over to west of 580 is a little crowded. no problems all the way out towards pleasanton curry 68 looks good all boy over to the sun no great. here's a look at your right on 880 which is doing fine. check
the traffic in the south bay your at the limit through downtown san jose. if you try to get to the airport no problems for 87 pripet everything check-in and trouble-free. last but not least a quick check on their peninsula. if you're headed to sfo 101 looks good. the problems at 283 and 380 is also a trouble- free commute. that's a look at traffic. looking pretty good around the bay area% >>james: thanks robin. a government shutdown is looming on tuesday with no spending plan passed by congress to start the new fiscal year on october 1st. but it appears the fight may be over for now. house republicans appear ready to drop their fight to defund the president's health care law, and pass a continuing resolution to keep the government funded. so while the government may be fully up and running on october 1st. an even bigger deadline is approaching on october 17th. the u.s. government will hit it's debt ceiling and need approval from congress to raise it. top republicans say they will use that opportunity to try and stop the affordable care act. conservatives are using the
threat of a first ever government default to push for a one year delay of obamacare. president obama dismissed the plan, as the president is out promoting the benefits of the new health care law today. per health care exchanges on coming up on the kron four ost of living is on theour tops of people's minds in san francisco. and a new survey has the facts to prove it. coming up, we'll explain what other problems city resident believe san francisco is facing. plus, a three-year-old boy now recovering at home after he was shot last week. we'll update you on the little boy' to recove done it. the u-s has won the america's cup aft a * huge comeback. celebrations, coming up after the break. it was quite ae 'ora complet hi america's cup. beating 'emirates team new zealand' tens of thousands of fans p cup village yesterday to watch the stunning comeback. and they marveled at the win. oracle team usa might have won even sooner. but two of its victories were scratched, because it was deemed illegally ! coming up on the kron four the f-b-i says there is no indication that the navy yard gunman targeted specific individuals when he opened fire inside a building in nations can see the shooter, aaron alexis, running up and down hallways and a st of police say, altered "better off t the f-b-i shared more details about alexi ment3 federal investigators, including the department of defense, are still trying to figure exactly out how this all happened. alexis is a former navy reservist and i-t contractor. he was killed in a shoot- out with police. a chicago mom is thankful to have her son home, after the child was gunned down during a mass shooting last week. deonata howard is still on the mend. the three-year-old suffered a gunshot wound to the face during the shooting at a park last thursday. he was one of 13 people hit by gunfire in a retaliation shooting by gang members. deonata is expected to undergo plastic surgery to
repair injuries to his face. two suspected gunman and two others have been charged in the shooting. all four are jailed without bond. in southern california, los angeles police and fire investigators are looking for an arsonist who is believed to have set a half-dozen fires in the san fernando valley. here is video of the fires. the fires began erupting last night around 8-40. and within a fire, six had been set. five the fires were set in trash bins and the sixth was at a commercial building in a strip mall. today, the head of the u-s postal service will answer questions about why the
agency needs to increase rates. yesterday, we told you the post office wants to increase the price of mailing a letter to 49 cents starting in january. postmaster general patrick donahoe will testify before a senate committee which will consider legislation to overhaul the cash- strapped agency. the post office expects to lose six billion dollars this year. the rate increase must first be approved by the independent postal regulatory commission. kenyan authorities say militants from the same extremist group that took over a nairobi mall have attacked a security post near the somali border, killing two police officers. the attack early today was
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syrian president bashar assad says he's not discounting the possibility of a u-s military attack on his country even though he agreed to give up his government's chemical weapons. in a recent interview, assad claims his government has confessions from rebels that they brought chemical weapons into the civil war. u-s officials accuse assad's regime of carrying out a deadly attack on it's civilians last month.
lawmakers who oversee u.s. intelligence agencies are working to expand the government's spying powers. they want to allow agencies to continue electronically monitoring terror suspects who travel to the u.s. if they are already under surveillance overseas by the national security agency. the proposal is intended to close what lawmakers describe as a brief surveillance gap that occasionally can occur because of varying legal standards between the nsa's operations, directed principally overseas, and the fbi's traditional role u.s. soil. require changes in the foreign intelligence home, home, he 95-year- former president and lead the anti-aparthei was months after admitte george h-w bush was an official witness to a same- sex marriage in maine last weekend. the former president signed the marriage license after an impromptu request from the couple. news of the witnessing became public after one of the brides posted a picture sunday on facebook showing the former president signing the document. watching wall street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in the positive. worries about the economy and the growing possibilty of a government shutdown also continue to weigh on investors' minds. stocks closed lower for a fifth day yesterday. here's a closer look at the closing numbers. the dow fell 61 points. the nasdaq also lost seven.
the s and p 500 down five. opening bell today at 6:30. twitter is launching a new alert system. it allows emergency officials to directly communicate, via text messages and twitter notifications, with users who "opt-in" twitter users can sign up by going directly to twitter's account setup page. users can choose which agencies they want to receive alerts from. twitter says, the goal is to get credible information out. when other communications services may be down. >>darya:drivers wanting to get behind the wheel of the tesla model s, without the 70-grand price tag, can now rent one from hertz. the rental company is adding the all-electric model s to its "dream cars" high-end line. it still comes at a cost though -- around 500 dollars a day, plus a mileage fee after 75 miles. hertz will only carry the tesla in san francisco and los angeles, for now. disneyland now offers starbucks to park visitors. and just like nearly every town in the country. the
new starbucks is on main street. the stores will accept starbucks gift cards and the starbucks app. starbucks opened at epcot center in disney world in florida earlier this year. allowing outside businesses into its parks is not unprecedented for disney -- it already has similar deals with a few others businesses, including ghiradelli chocolate shops.
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stabbed during a fight at third and perry street in san francisco. kron4 will tran is at the scene. >> the san francisco police department stated that the man was wearing a dodgers had. we are not sure if that led to why he was stabbed. or around 11:40 p.m. some men got into a verbal confrontation that escalated into a physical confrontation where he was stabbed. he later died at the hospital. the police department's stated that the three men have been detained and questioned. we're not sure what the motive is and whether not it is related or unrelated to the game carry it they are investigating whether the two groups were in effect at the ballpark. it is just right down the street. they're still trying to a figure out if say were at the game walking and for
what ever reason that may be a rivalry between the two teams. we're working our sources with the police department and as soon as we find this out with a lecture know. >> we will be checking in with will drop the morning for it >> police have arrested and charged that man who they say, shot and killed a san francisco state student as he was getting off muni. this is video of the suspect nikom thephakaysone right before the shooting, it happened monday night at randolph and bright street. that is about a mile away from sfsu. the victim has been identified as 20 year-
old justin valdez. his classmates are now speaking to kron 4. they tell us, that he was very nice and approachable. >> valdez, are originally is from southern california, was a member of the university's men's club water polo team. he was also a member of and on campus club called eco students. he was known for having a passion for solving environmental issues trick the university says it is offering counseling to any student who needs help dealing with this tragedy. >> san francisco state university president les wong released a statement. "
this is truly a tragedy for justin's friends and family, and for the entire university community. i have reached out to his sound to offer our heartfelt concern and to assure them that we stand ready to offer support and assistance at this time. " >> we are expecting mostly sunny skies. we will have upper 60s along the coast. i will break down in your high and the increase for fire danger coming up. >> we have no major problems outside to worry about. if you are getting ready to hit the door there is a salon on highway 4 towards pittsburg. that is normal for this time of morning. what she did to
the top of the hill you are back at the limit. it is about 22 minutes. more cars are on the road for five it westbound but no major accidents. it clears out around north livermore avenue. you are looking at 30 to 34 minutes from 205 to the dublin interchange. >> the owners of two pit bulls that attack and in antioch boy will try to convince a panel today that their dogs are not vicious. the attack happened back on august 12th. the victim is 10 year-old hunter kilbourn. he was visiting a friend at a neighbor's house when that families and to pit bulls attacked him. animal control determined that the dogs were vicious and recommends that they be put down. the dog owners, however, are putting up a
fight. at 3:00 p.m. today, they would try to convince a appeals board to overturn the vicious dog determination and courage >> oakland police are seeking information from the public about a side show related shooting that occurred early saturday morning in the acorn industrial area of oakland. we will first shofirst showed ys video on monday. it did you can see a side show event along the 2500 block of metal harbor road. you could also hear gunshots after two cars collide. the occupants of the two cars got into a verbal dispute and then shots were fired. the people involved in the altercation sled before police arrived and no shooting victims were located. >> as south bay teacher will
be arraigned today for allegedly having sex with a student. school officials say that hugo cortes guzman taught math at santa clara high school. on monday, they received a tip that he had a sexual encounter with a 17 year-old. an investigation was launched and he was arrested a day later. at this point police believe there is only one victim, but their investigation continues because he will appear in santa clara county superior court around 1:30 p.m. this afternoon. >> a new legal claim accuses officials said the mt. diablo school district of failing to report suspected child abuse by a teacher. the claim on behalf of seven alleged victims of an joseph martin, alleges a 2006 and
district report found that martin may have abused children. the claim filed last week says the district officials at the time did not report the findings to the police. martin has been charged with over 100 felony counts involving 13 fifth grade boys. he has pleaded not guilty. >> a new survey also just as san francisco residents are most concerned about homelessness, crime, muni, and the cost of living. the poll was e-mail to 553 random registered voters. 22% say that the cost of living, 15% say homelessness. crime and public transportation each bond a 6% vote. still, the majority of those responding said the san francisco is still a good place to live. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news. it could be
the last time we see barry zito on the mound and a giants a jersey. mark will explain coming up in sports. >> a man remains in a coma this morning after he was attacked outside his home over the weekend. police are now questioning a personal [ female announcer ] dot miss out on jcpenney cash days. for 4 days only starting frida get 10 dollars off with your jcp cash coon found at jcp.com plus, doorbusters srt this friday at 3pm to saturday m. like 50% off all a.n.a, 60% off all suit separas, 50% off all sheet se, 40% off joe fresh kids, 50% off all worthington appar, and 40-50% off st. john's bay apparel for him. jcpenne 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
evidence from the shooting at sandy hooke elementary school should be released to the public, according to the connecticut freedom of information commission. the panel voted unanimously wednesday, citing with the associated press challenge to get access to the record's investigators are withholding. that information could include police records related to shooter adam lanza's family. but it could be a while before anything is released. the commission is sending its report to new town officials first, will have 45 days to appeal. >> george a. w. bush was an official witness to a same- sex marriage in maine last weekend. the former president's find a marriage license after an impromptu request from the couple. news of the witnessing became public after one of the bride's posted a pitcher sunday on facebook showing
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>> the good morning. the time is 5:45 a.m.. we are waking up to more win it this morning. >> the wind has picked up. take a look at the temperatures. it is a chilly start. you will need a jacket. a 49 degrees right now in livermore. we do have an increase concern for fire danger. there is a red flag warning ineffectual friday afternoon. the gust locally is at 40 mi. per hour. he looks like the strong this will be along the diablo range. strong winds with relatively low
humidity really poses a threat. this is something that we will continue to monitor. >> the winds may actually died down compared to what is our guest today. by 8:00 a.m. this morning the wind should be at 11 m.p.h.. we could see the dust along the north bay coast line starts to fill in about 25 mi. per hour. we will continue with this windy weather even by late this afternoon. impact the wind could pick up later on tonight into tomorrow morning. >> it will be a little bit warmer today than we saw yesterday. 74 degrees for san jose. mostly sunny skies, it will not be too hot but the weather will increase. we will see temperatures in the seven is for san francisco and mid- 70s for oakland. you notice
that we are falling into the typical fall pattern. everyone will be in the same for both today. big changes will highlight for sunday into monday. there's a 20 to 30% chance of showers. >> just a little bit of a backup that the bay bridge toll plaza for the westbound ride 80 into san francisco. you can see the fasttrack plans are moving fast. your drive time has not changed it is still eight minutes from oakland mayes and to downtown san francisco. there are no hot spots or major problems and the nimitz is also looking good. it is still a good ride on the san mateo bridge. for those of you going across
the golden gate i see flashing lights and i am not sure what is going on. it is not causing a backup. 101 is doing fine at 21 minutes. >> the traffic maps show slowing on highway 4 for the westbound ride. you are still looking at a 25 minute ride out of antioch. your ride through the alta mount is still good. there are no accidents out there's had to the slow traffic so it's still 35 minutes. one small problem in the south bay was
a new accident northbound at mckee. that is why you see that small stretch. >> some school districts in marin county have decided to use facebook and twitter as a tool to teach students how to be better citizens. all school districts in california are implementing the new common corp. vs. standards. within the new guidelines, our regulations systems must be taught about technology. a number of districts in marin county have opened their web a filter to facebook and other social media. >> in districts across the nation are using technology. this is using greater extent because that is what colleges are expecting and this is what we use on a daily basis in most jobs. >> the marin district is in
the process of training teachers how to effectively integrate technology, because for some of the teachers this is also a learning process. >> coaches at a high school and utah, suspended the entire football team both of our city engineer vs eight right before the big homecoming game. the reason, their grades or pork. they had accusations says some player e iare poor. there were accusations the some of the players engaged in cyber bully and. after a game last week, the coaches made all the players hand in their jerseys and some left the locker room in tears. they were being given the option to play again, under some
very circumstances two days of community service, instead of practice and mandatory attendance at character education class, and a study hall session. >> school officials say, that they have not had a single complaint from parents about the unusual approach to teaching the kids how to have good behavior and respects. >> the a.l. west champions a's play the best record in baseball might scioscia trying to run the a's and beg for the best record in baseball. bottom of the fed, the score 1-0 angels. bottom of the fess up the score 2-0 angels. josh hamilton grounds to short, but beats
the throw to first, and j.b. shuck scores on the infield single three-zero angels. top of the ninth the score 3-1 angels. they surmount 94-65 with two games behind red sox for the best record in baseball. >> on to the giants'. barry zito, likely his last start as a giant. bottom of the second the bases are loaded. tony abreu hit 60 to the right, trying to run down
but it hits off of his glove. buster posey, hunters spends and pablo sandoval score. the score 3-0 giants'. zero, pretty good, he makes the play on the comeback for an underhanded the first four out. bottom of the fourth the score 3-2 giants'. the final score 6-4 giants'. zeno this is first win since may 30th. for more home games, tonight against the dodgers, then three games against the padres, and we can put this a disappointing season in the history books.
>> the time is 5:56 a.m.. sandra bullock became part of hollywood history, sticking her hands and feet in the scene meant for a place on a walk of fame. she flashed a huge smile at her hand and foot print ceremony at the historic chinese character. george clooney, who co-stars with bullet in the new flick " gravity ", was there. bullocks and
three year-old son, louis, was also at the ceremony. >> will soon see a new $100 bill in circulation. benjamin franklin was still be featured on the new seybold, but the bill will have a more detailed. this conclude a includes pay colo che the n a colo changing ink well and 83 d security ribbon of red ink in the well will change colors when the bill is turned it is scheduled to enter circulation october 8th after years of production delays. >>
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>> breaking news out of san francisco this morning. police are investigating a fatal stabbing that happened right after last night's giants-dodgers game near a-t and t park. kron four's will tran joins us live right now with what we've learned. >> we are ed location where the stabbing took place. the victim who died was wearing a dodgers had. they were in this location with a confrontation broke out. we are not sure if it was the rivalry that escalated to this problem. we do know that he was rushed to the hospital and later died
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