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truck stating that he had marijuana and he could take him on that eighth trip. the young man said no way and contacted administrators at the school. >> reporter: the entire campus is surrounded by a six-foot chain-link fence. nothing like this has happened before. there were very, very concerned about what happened and they're telling their students that they are planning to have that conversation about the dangers of talking to strangers. >> we had the conversation yesterday after we found out. he is well aware of what to do and just hoping that they can catch this guy. then they can go on with the children being safe and walking to school and go on with our normal lives.
>> if you do not know anyone just go some, on an to the school and tell them and walk away. >> you never know who will be on the street so watch for your children watching for strange activity and local police. there's three and a lot of things happening and talking to our children and home is definitely an impression and and be careful of strangers. >> reporter: we saw this all day with cruisers driving by and security is being stepped up at the school and others as well. they hope to
have the sketch of the suspect later this evening. an african american male in his '30's driving a small black pickup. the make and model is not known at this time. >> reporter:the jury in the michael jackson wrongful death trial has reached a verdict this hour. the question: was the promoter of michael jackson's comeback concert responsible for hiring the doctor who killed him? their answer - no. >> reporter:katherine jackson sought to hold aeg live responsible for her son's death, arguing that it hired dr. conrad murray to be the singer's physician without considering whether he was >> reporter:roughly five months after opening statements in the case filed by jackson's mother - here's the verdict being read. >>. the answer - no.
>> reporter:aeg live denied any wrongdoing and said it was jackson who hired murray. murray was convicted in 2011 of involuntary manslaughter after giving jackson the overdose as he prepared for a series of comeback shows. >> reporter:the jackson family matriarch was seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in damages for herself and her son's three children. >> reporter:i'm vicki lviakis kron 4 news. >> reporter:developing news tonight out of tennessee.where a highway >> reporter: uc the front end of the tractor trailer main gold official st attire on the bus blew out causing it to cross the median state hitting the tractor trailer and nationally. here's another look. eight
people died and 14 others injured. the bus was transporting a baptist church group on its way home from north carolina. hours after the crash along i fording we will certainly keep you posted as the toes said emerge. details emerge. >> pam: we are now just eight days away from what could be a possible bart strike. the clock is ticking as both sides try to work out a deal. >> pam: kron 4's j.r. stone is live in oakland tonight. j.r., any progress today? >> pam:
>> reporter: x bart to lead negotiator household close the two sides are? >> . >> reporter: there are just eight days left before we see a strike. >> not a whole lot of difference we probably 14 to $15 million closer. >> reporter: money has to do with wages, pensions and health care. >> proposal is less than $40 million apart. >> reporter: those with the union said a strike is not the goal here. >> we are hoping that the district does not want to strike and i can only speak for us we do not want one. >> reporter: those with bart want a four year deal and the union wants a three-year
deal. also why the numbers are so different on both sides. liven oakland j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> pam: a developing story. >> catherine: day two of the partial government shutdown. and despite the fact president obama met with congressional leaders at the white house. both sides emerged tonight - frustrated. meaning -- absolutely no sign of a deal.
>> sphere then rejected all of them. they said down and tried to resolve our differences but they will not negotiate. >> so much is at stake i am hopeful that we have heard each other and that we can find a place to go to the budget table six months after we were supposed >> catherine: meanwhile federal offices are not being paid at a lot of parks and museums are closed. coming up with who will are being affected by this partial shutdown
>> pam: coming up. the oakland raiders catching a break. what could give the team the edge, going into this sunday's big game. and. snack lovers take notice. shot city. limiting what's in some vending machines. but do the rules go too far? you decide. but first. we've shown you the video. a family -- attacked by a group of bikers. now one of the men caught on tape says, it's not what it looks like. >> jacqueline: with the live the winds are picking up it will get when they're over the next couple of days around the bay area. i will tell you about all that coming up.
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driving and false imprisonment. but this was only the beginning. >> reporter:let's take another look at the video of what happened his wife and 2-year-old daughter says that after he accidentally bumped cruz - he was surrounded by furious bikers hitting his car and slashing his tires. >> catherine: when he sped away --- he ran over a couple of them. eventually.the bikers chased him to a spot where they pulled him from the suv and assaulted him.after smashing his driver's side window. new york police are reportedly angry that the d- a has not charged more of the bikers.including one of the men smashing the window here. >> catherine: as for the biker who 'was' charged -- his attorney insists he didn't do anything wrong. the driver who was beaten will be ok.
a couple of the bikers were more seriously injured when he initially sped away. one of them is in critical condition. >> catherine: and another biker was caught on video running up to the s-u-v and opening the driver's door.today he's claiming that he only wanted to take the keys so the driver couldn't hurt anyone else. the d-a has backed off on charging him. but police are reportedly not buying that story. >> pam: still ahead. what caused this chain reaction school bus crash. caught on camera. then. prostitution, jealousy, and arson. the troubles one long-time calfiornia district attorney is facing. >> jacqueline: we are seeing 20 mi. an hour winds it will get a lot when der over the next few days.
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>> pam: a live look from our camera atop mount tamalpais. clear and mild weather around the bay area. increased fire danger is just on the horizon. the forecast is coming up. >> pam: grant? >> reporter: san jose city officialssan jose city officials voted to require all vending machines to be stocked with at least 75 percent of the now 50 percent requirement. the city says the new change will provide healthier options to people and help fight obesity. we asked our viewers what they thought of the change on facebook.
>> reporter:jose says. i'm about 100% for the 25%. point is, this is pretty stupid. andrew says. the consumer dictates what vendors stock. forcing healthy options only hurt their business. what if that 75% don't sell? should they be forced to stock items that don't sell and lose money because they can't stock what does? you make a good point andrew. we always like to hear what our viewers have to say about our trending stories. like our kron 4 page on
>> reporter: five months of testimony they listened carefully and even now i know the jackson family and and and michael jackson became friends with him to think the jury got it right. >> reporter: one member of the jury spoke out and asked if he was competent and they found that he was competent he had never been sued or for malpractice. >> they wanted to link that back to eight e g. because they hired him and they supervise him. how can that be that they indeed never been sued before in four states of the criminal act. this promotion company gave him the doctor of his using and how are they
responsible it does not add up. >> pam: so you are familiar with the lawyer in the case. ? >> thereafter a big payday. and i was speaking not so shore here. they love michael jackson. maybe if this case had gone several years early. they tried to strip the passion of that jury he was after a big payday in he became greedy. it would have had a chilling affect on other promoters but they did everything possible for michael jackson perry they gave him a doctor of his choice and the house what else could they have wanted. >> reporter: i loved michael
jackson. . but he had years of this addiction to para ball. >> i think if he's looking down from heaven he would not like this lawsuit. the >> pam: thank you by then. thank you, ivan. >> pam: in northern california district attorney now retiring after being named as an arson suspect when his lover's house burns down! >> pam: server county district attorney carl adams admits to having a relationship with former call girl sarah dark bay. he was 90 suspect after detectives found tax to
their abasing he was jealous of the other man she was seen. >> pam: he will step down on november 15th. >> catherine: school bus crash no one was injured wii no one was seriously injured and torturing there were no children on the buses when this happened. the different view of the crash. >>video. >> catherine: only after a pickup truck had been picked pushed of the way.
officials or investigating whether she was when her seat belts properly. no word yet on whether shall be suspended. >> jacqueline: 20 mi. an hour when in redwood city and the same thing in fairfield. 18 and oakland and 15 and half moon bay. clear skies with cooler temperatures tonight. the ones picking up especially in to this evening and the overnight hours into friday. we will have more on that coming up in just a bit. >> pam: also coming up and look back on author tom clancy. forty-niners player says he's thinking about
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the sum of all fears. clancy was also behind several popular video game clocks. 17 of his novels appeared on the new york times best sellers list. many reaching the top spot. his writing game coming loyal following within the armed forces in the united states and abroad that gave him insight axis that frequently enough on the plots of his books. tom clancy was 66 years old. >> reporter: gabe slate, i will show you how to protect yourself with obama care. >> pam: the man behind this deal and with the police know about it coming up
>> pam: congress doing what it does best. pointing fingers as the government shut down enters its second day. enters a second day. right now there is no sign of a break in the impasse. >> catherine: president obama met with congressional leaders this afternoon in an effort to gain passage of a budget bill without republican=backed amendments >> catherine: he also cut short an upcoming trip to asia. the deadlock has left tens of thousands of federal workers scrambling to pay their bills. >> pam: catherine heenan is here with their story. >> catherine: no jobs, no paychecks. after the last federal shutdown, workers were able to file claims for back pay. >> catherine: and that will probably happen again. but no one knows how long they will have to wait before they can go back to their offices. >> catherine: in washington, it's a political debate. for federal workers, it's a >> catherine: matter of dollars and cents. >>i've still got to put food on the table. i still gotta pay my bills."
>>i won't be able to pay by gas and electric bills like i expected >>if this goes on long enough i will be on the street >> catherine: barred from their offices, they are furious >>everyone is angry >>genuine frustration >>ya think? yeah i am upset. >>a little numb >>i am not essential >>and in washington state, the furloughs take a terrible twist. >> catherine: army nurse naani king was not furloughed, >> catherine: she was forced to stay at work even though she desperately needed the day off. king was scheduled for a >> catherine: biopsy.to see if she has uterine cancer. >> catherine: but she was told if she took the sick day she'd be put on the furloughed list. >>"i know that i'm not getting a paycheck. i know that i'm not getting my answer about my biopsy. >> catherine: her message to congres:
>>do the job you were sent their to do." >> pam: those idle federal workers are getting a break from some some companies. in the washington d=c area, they can get free burgers, free oil changes and even free knitting lessons. >> catherine: and any federal worker financing a car through hyundai will not have to make any payments as long as they are furoughed. >> reporter: normally if people are suspicious of a scam they contact the fcc and they shut down the scams pretty quickly. this page shows up saying that they cannot take complaints renown due to government shutdown so we expecting scams to run wild the first few weeks of obama character at contact california attorney general's office or better business bureau gabe slate kron 4 news. >> pam: this will be a huge weekend and the oakland coliseum will be center stage -- hosting two a's playoff
games friday and saturday and then the raiders- chargers game sunday night. >> pam: kron four executive sports producer jason appelbaum joins me with the latest. >> pam: and lots of fun at! i had an important programming note. kron 4 will be airing the raiders - chargers game this sunday night at eight - 30. >> reporter: noticed the tarps off the upper deck so peak capacity can reach 48,000 for want into the game. once the head off to detroit for game 3 the raiders will take over. terrell pryor has been cleared to play from his concussion that he suffered days ago. prior gives the
team more dynamic plane. after passing the concussion protocol a full practice and he is ready to go! >> there are taking very cautious steps with me. pretty short time from monday to sunday. looking out for me and my best interest. i am 100 percent right now >> reporter: yes you have to give the raiders some credit. he wore sunglasses and they sent him out which was the right thing to do. these guys not only deny giving much but once in awhile, and they will send out and have a little fun. >> here is the exclusive!
>> as the government is not working we should not have to give texas. but you know that the government will want their money anyway! >> reporter: the niners also play sunday evening and the bus to day all around dante wigner will change the plans to change his name and plenty of attention on around his name because he's irked about been fined $21,000 in which looks like a legal hit. he is going to beat a heart pitcher and clean hector an appeal the fine but changed his name to hit an hour. it will be costly name change because
he will have to purchase all of the inventory with his old name on it before they could issue anything with his new name,hitner! >> reporter: hitter does not have a lot of money left after paying all bills fines. >> reporter:we'll have all the pre-game excitement, along with our kron 4 news starting at 8 p-m. immediately following the game, we'll have a newscast and post-game show with highlights. all with kron four sports director gary radnich. >> reporter:the time of the raiders game was pushed back, because the oakland a's have a playoff game the night before. they face the detroit tigers in the first round of the american league division series. and the stadium staff will need the extra time. to ready the field for foorball. game live. sunday night at 830!. >> reporter: you can send your pictures and message to facebook breaking news at kron dot com. the game
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president jimmy carter will be touring patrick is a high-profile site. we will continue to update you on this developing story. pam? >> pam: now for today's market update. the stock market is closing weigh the possibility that political gridlock may keep the government partially >> pam: the dow jones fell 58 points to 15,133. the nasdaq fell three points to 3,815. the s&p fell a point to 1,693. >> reporter: investors asking bill gates to leave microsoft. >> border of directors are at considering having him go away. sharing parts of his company for years now he will be completely out by 2018. maybe he is too old
to lead a tech company it is thought to me how wall street can play the game off i own a lot of money and i will the company for 30 years were the biggest companies in the history of companies and then to go away. you get >> reporter: you get rich when you go public but you lose control >> think about about things i like about the story is the chicken by real-estate without having a 30 year mortgage. opening an account on a merritt trade and buy shares of the empire state building. but also on the 18 buildings are running york. i think what you all know which will do pretty well by
buying office property in new york city. i >> reporter: private-sector jobs the numbers are not looking so good. >> it was a good number but not a great number. this is the last big economic data that we will get. they have already started polling statistics off websites in washington. how will the fed make decisions? it is crazy if we become full in time and that. not the shutdown, but in debt. hundreds of years with ramifications world wide.
>> reporter: finally mcdonald's with the rewards program. how you like this? >> i love this! you'll receive free food if you use their at they are rolling in out ever so slowly. you will not have to have a cashier take your order can have an act. transactions mobile for advertising and work in retail will go hand in hand. the >> jacqueline: warmer out there today but we are starting to seek changes
with the winds picking up. when a pattern it is very dangerous for fire conditions around the bay area. starting to pick up tomorrow morning on the north day and into the afternoon picking up at the coast line. where you see the blue-and it went best. wind gusts. >> jacqueline: we could see some 40 mi. an hour wind gust as well. the winds will continue as we head into friday. they will become weaker around 10:00 in the morning. the drier conditions infighter weather
concerns from the bay area. all of the areas uc highlighted on your screen will be from tomorrow morning and saturday morning that we will see the high fired danger. in the '80s in the south bay with cupertino and sunnyvale. also in the '80s for inland valleys. 74 and said leandro and '60s coast side. and quite a low eighties for the north bay as well. extended forecast will be warmer the next few days with picking up what went. winds picking up! weather will stay really nice for that raiders game. >> pam: new tonight at six. a community frightened.
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>> pam: at six. >> pam: online. has residents who live on the peninsula on edge. kron 4's terisa estacio shows us the video. and reports on what police know about the person behind it. (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: here at the pacifica police department investigators have focused on a man that may have this video. and they say that ever since it was posted on a public web site they have received numerous calls or about the mormon hiking nearby was a victim of a crime.
>> reporter: the man that has not been identified was not cooperating >> he was not very cooperative with the detectives. he had did put out there than he had not contacted were or harmed her. it was his point of view and that he had not committed to commit the crime. >> would suggest that you always walk with a companion are biting when you are walking or on a trilled summer like that and have yourself from handy to call for medical assistance or police. >> some people for whatever reason have that in mind.
>> reporter: valdez, victim's sister. the official plans for justin valdez viewing and burial update for those who haven't already heard: justin valdez's memorial service will be held this thursday october 3, 2013 @ st. columban in garden grove from 5pm-8pm with the rosawill be this friday october 4th, 2013 @ st. columban @10am with grave site service to follow at westminster memorial >> reporter: murder with the gun enhancement and possession of an illegal assault rifle that investigators say pumped at his home. exited the muni train and allegedly shot him in the back. according show or illustrates the victim that could be heard calling for help before he lost consciousness. being held without bail.
>> reporter: 8 pm, and funeral friday starting with the mass at 10 am. a man who prosecutors say hunted for a victim beforekilling a san francisco the city's ingleside old justin >> pam: the bay area just days away from another bart strike. negotiations between bart management and its unions continued today. bart workers walked off the
job back in july. commuters packed the ferries and buses to get to their destinations. >> we of course they not want to strike and we are hoping that the district does not want to strike. however, we cannot speak for them. but we handle not want one. >> reporter: both sides behind closed doors this evening the union is supposed to come out very soon and if they do we will bring you the latest from negotiations. reporting live from oakland j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> pam: nearly two-thirds of ac transit's union employees voted against a tentative agreement reached between union officials and ac transit negotiators.today
some of those union employees talked to kron4's haaziq madyun about why the latest contract offer was rejected >> reporter:it was a thumbs down vote on a recent contract offered to ac transit's union employees represented by atu local 192in fact it was the 2nd contract that has been turned down in recent weeks, here at the operations and maintanance facility in oakland some union members say the reason is simple >> reporter: deal? do you think it is a fair deal? >>"no" >>"they need to put more money for us" >> the money that they given us for the 9% will pay for medical. >> reporter: searching for a
suspect involved in the recent shooting of that ac transit bus and oakland. some employees say that safety is another major issue. >> if the job is hazardous and marketing of salted with mental abuse and physical abuse armed and romped bosses are getting shot at constantly we should receive hazardous pay. >> i am ready to do what ever mine union brothers and sisters are ready to do. >> reporter: we will meet to discuss further details shortly. >> >> reporter:according to the atu local 192 website the current tentative agreement offers a 9 ½ percent raise for employees over a 3-year- periodone bus driver
explains why that is just not enough "because the money that they are giving us for the 9% is going to pay for our medical, so basically we are not getting a raise" if it comes to it are you guys willing to go out on strike? >> reporter:the union president released this statement regarding the no vote on this recent tentative agrrement it saying >>our negotiating committee worked very hard to achieve this agreement with strong community support. we will meet to determine next steps shortly.â? in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news >> pam: an important programming note to tell you about now. kron 4 will be airing the raiders - chargers game this sunday night at eight -30. we'll have all the pre-game excitement, along with our kron 4 news starting at 8 p- m. >> pam: immediately following the game we'll have a newscast and post- game show with highlights. th they face the detroit tigers in the first round of the american league division series, and stadium staff needs the extra time to ready the field. >> pam: so kron4 will air the game sunday at 830! >> pam: plus -- two pet dogs in brentwood.
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the incident took place. >> pam: rob -- what's the latest? >> reporter: that's right pam some parents told me that they will not have their children won't from school the next couple days. and tell students as a man in a black pickup truck at 51 at marijuana and one to go for a ride? the young boy contacted the minister's at the school to inform them. >> reporter: describe as an african-american male with a medium build in his '30's. and a star vertically across his right eye. we cannot tell you about the make and model of the vehicle other debt and medium-size and black pickup truck. school and ministers says urging parents to have their top with the children.
>> the great opportunity to have that discussion with your children about talking to strangers and this is exactly what a what this student did and fight and i don't ride away. >> this is a very unique experience no different from any other day. you always want to beat aware of your surroundings and never talk to strangers. >> reporter: going ford asking students and parents to report anything suspicious. in redwood city rob fladeboe. >> pam: still ahead. a new report looking into the asiana crash of flight 2-14. why a firefighter who
responded to the scene could face charges. owners lashing out -- after their two dogs were killed. what changes they want to make in a law that protected the man who admitted to killing the dogs. coming up new at 8. >> pam: a new reward offered for information leading to the arrest of a hit and run driver. the victim a fremont man. remains hospitalized. kron4's justine waldman speaks to the victim's daughter. and shares how hard this situation has been on her. situation has been on her. look at them with that u-verse wireless receiver. back in our day, we couldn't just move the tv wherever we wanted. yeah, our birthday entertainment was a mathemagician. because if there's anything that improves magic, it's math. the only thing he taught us was how to subtract kids from a party. ♪ let's get some cake in you.
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the inventory clearance sale is on now! guaranteed! ♪ sleep train ♪ you ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >> pam: san francisco police their investigation into the death of ye mengyuan to the district attorney's office friday. >> pam: the 16-year-old asiana airlines crash survivor was run over by a fire truck on the runway and killed. prosecutors say they expect to decide within two weeks whether criminal charges will be filed.
>> pam: a san jose jury found a former day care worker guilty of sexually abusing nine children. keith woodhouse was convicted on all 30 counts including felony lewd acts on children. >> pam: prosecutors say the sexual abuse happened at two different facilities. between august 2010 and january 2011. three of the victims told the court woodhouse touched them each day while they were under his care. >> pam: woodhouse faces a sentence of up to 450 years to life behind bars. his attorney says they plan to file an appeal. >> catherine: it was a slap heard around the plane. and a story that went viral. >> catherine: a man who slapped a crying toddler on an atlanta-bound plane in february - has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor simple assault. >> catherine: joe hundley appeared in federal court today. authorities say he used a racial slur before hitting a 19-month-old boy in the face as the plane was beginning to land.
>> catherine: prosecutors are asking for a six-month sentence - and he'll be sentenced in january. >> catherine: hundley's lawyers say he was upset because his son was in a coma in atlanta - and he was headed to atlanta to decide whether to take him off life support. >> catherine: tuesday was the first day of obama-care. meaning americans can go online and shop for new health care insurance. there have been some glitches -- but it's been launched. and in the days and months leading up to that launch - the rhetoric from both sides reached a fever pitch. shannon travis has a look at the politics of obama- care. >> reporter: help from obamacare?
which americans are getting help from obama care? comedians! >>"now that ive got free health care i can sick all the time!!" >> reporter:all jokes aside. >> reporter:inside the politics of games.with rules of battle. >> reporter:rule number one: convince the confused. >> reporter:polls show many people don't understand obamacare. so supporters and opponents smell opportunity -- to define or demonize it. >> reporter:how? >> reporter:fiery speeches. >>"do you stand for your
country? or do you want to take it down?" >> reporter:unflattering newspaper illustrations. and oh. creepy ads. rule number two: rally the base. >>"let's help our fellow americans get covered!" >>"the law is a train wreck" >> reporter: rule #3 trot out the downtrodden: real people with real problems who will say they love or hate -- what you love or hate. >> reporter:rule number four: always speak for "the american people." >>"the american people want this bill, i mean, not this bill - this law." >>"i think that the american public overwhelmingly opposes obamacare. every survey shows that."
>> reporter:not quite, senators: not all americans "want" obamacare. and not every survey shows they "overwhelmingly" oppose it. >> reporter:and rule number five: never, ever give up! >>"we don't want obama care. we think it's a bad idea and going to hurt people." "i will not negotiate on anything when it comes to the full faith and credit of the united states of >> reporter:well, never give up until politics forces you to. in washington, im shannon travis. >> jacqueline: also in any store and dallas with 70's for east bayshore lawns '60s coesite and 70's for downtown san francisco. here's a look at the extended forecast with a warming up the next few days as when paton's pick up. when and talentind patterns pic!
>> pam: plus workers at an east bay construction zone run into a frightening situation with details when run into a frightening situation with details when shot fired at habitat back in our day, we couldn't just move the tv wherever we wanted. yeah, our birthday entertainment was a mathemagician. because if there's anything that improves magic, it's math. the only thing he taught us was how to subtract kids from a party. ♪ let's get some cake in you. i could go for some cake. [ male announcer ] switch and add a wireless receiver. get u-verse tv for $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
two dogs beaten and then >> pam: burned sparks outrage. the owners learned a man admits to killing the brentwood couple's rottweiler and german shepard. and county officials are saying -- the man responsible did not do anything wrong. kron-4's scott rates spoke with the dogs' owners -- who say the laws need to be changed. >> i am just broken. i feel like part of me is gone.
>> the sadness and overwhelming sadness affected our entire family. it has been very, very traumatizing for all of us. >> reporter: authorities say crisp claims he was protecting his slide stopped and the dogs were attacking his chickens in he had no choice but to kill both of the docks with a shovel. >> dog's head tags on them he could have called me or adam control he picked the bodies of mind balks and supposedly the 40 chickens that he killed his place of employment and use their equipment while there are
closed and dug a hole and burned my doll looks into which uc here is to will back of cash. >> reporter: company says he was been placed on administrative least lead the pending the outcome of the investigation. but the family stays that it could have been much different here. >> are trying to change lot and we do not want this happen to anyone else. reporter >> reporter: in britain would kron 4 news. brett wouldbrentwood >> pam: and coming up on the kron4 news at 8. kron4's scott rates digs deeper into the story. and will have the latest on the
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: lee say that they have contacted the man that took this video. ever since the deal was released on the public website called numerous calls have been placed in regard to this woman they have determined that no called no crime has been committed. but said they are encouraging hikers to tune up and always carry cell phone and just in case of an emergency. >> reporter: following an apparent kidnapping happening here in this parking lot at kennedy high school. the boy told police that a man and pick up
pulled up when the boy was between classis attempting tempting him with a marijuana at a ride. cats have been urged to have that talk with their children in regards to speaking with strangers. >> reporter: 3 opening the investigation to the amber swards seven years old at the time disappeared from home in 1988. the case was closed in contest at have confessed to the kidnapping. they want to use new technology to analyze the evidence in this case >> reporter: the fact that this is the second time union employees have rejected an offer to drop by their leadership and some of
the union members told me why. >> we need has a dense do we pay. >> more money. >> we need hazard pay. >> reporter: the oakland raiders and a's have eight share a coliseum. they are looking to build and coliseum approximately $1 billion called coliseum way. they will start the research that will cost about $1 billion. in the meantime their lease expires at the end of the year. it is a good chance that they will renew it to, not because they want to but because
they do not have any other place to play the game. south >> reporter: to babies in the bay area received parts of her liver and a family friend was a match for her kidney occurred coming up at it we will hear more about christina from her parents and how they plan on continuing her memory. >> pam: police said a group of workers were robbed at gunpoint at a habitat for humanity site in oakland. this video from our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. the site where former president jimmy carter is scheduled to tour soon. police say eight habitat staff members and workers were robbed at their
cell dropped of their cell phones and wallets to say at the brookfield core development in east oakland police said a man was also shot and pistol whipped no rest have been made. >> jacqueline: when a gust reaching from 25 and more miles per hour. tomorrow temperatures will start tomorrow and the plant will reverse direction coming from the north and north east. sixth will continue to mourn as we head into the next few days. friday, stronger lanza especially saturday morning trend will continue. and will see a really nice
weather for the oakland raiders game. >> pam: let's listen in and direct >> i've been here observing t negotiations for the last two days in some time before then as well. i just want to get a reflection on the progress of bargaining we are now 52 days into negotiations and the weight typically is to put one side will give proposal and the other side will give counterproposal. what i've witnessed over the last two days is very little time that management has been at the bargaining table. most of the union bargaining team has been hearing hours after hours after hours. the union
gave a proposal to change its proposal on wages and management cannot respond. the union gave three proposals reducing its recommendations but a total package. still no response to management. management in terms of wages, we are not prepared to give you a response on wages. so, i have to tell you meaning many times of bargaining i've rarely seen this experience with such low quality of response on part of one side of the table.
the proposal on health care went backwards from a previous proposal was management has not changed his recommendations on wages since the cooling off period began management has not made a proposal on wages since the 60 day cooling off period began 52 days ago. we only have about seven days left. so we hope that management will change is processed and bargaining. internet is the leaderthe a.c. >> good evening and to net bryant paying antoinette
bryant. we are just prepared to make a statement we will not be answering any questions. this evening or later earlier this afternoon our current proposal is 3.75 and 4 percent over a three-year contract. a 10th of 1% increase based solely on bart projected ryder ship which is above and beyond their figures and budget plan. feel that this is a fair proposal and feel that bart budget numbers are correct which in the past they have had problems with they're getting the numbers right but if the numbers are in fact correct they should have no problem accepting
back in our day, we couldn't just move the tv wherever we wanted. yeah, our birthday entertainment was a mathemagician. because if there's anything that improves magic, it's math. the only thing he taught us was how to subtract kids from a party. ♪ let's get some cake in you. i could go for some cake. [ male announcer ] switch and add a wireless receiver. get u-verse tv for $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> pam: coming up in sports with carry radnich! that and more coming up
(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: good evenong! >> gary: never happened before on a sunday evening at around 5:00 the 49ers' will get going and then the raiders chargers should start around 840. you will see to row prior starting at quarterback. without prior the raiders' offense did not look very good today third on the chart after passing concussion protocol is ready to go! >> the raiders have taken their precautious steps with me. pretty short time from
monday to sunday looking out for my best interest and i believe i am 100 percent right now now >> gary: and with the government currently shut down a couple of writers show >> if this was a government shutdown would you have to pay taxes? >> we should not have to give texas the to know that they will want their money anyway. >> jacqueline: listen, he has been the has been fined a number of times. try to clean up the violent aspect of the game. he said he led
with his shoulder pad. so here it is... he's mad and already selling t-shirts with his name dante hit nearer. hitner >> gary: >> everything we do is for the fans anyway. that's my name that's what i do! along with some things to happen recently, that's why i'm doing this. >> gary: the backup quarterback after b.j. daniels was released yesterday for the niners fans will remember stepping and over to private and 19 win. (cheers & applause)
>> get it as sort that is what my function pianis. that is what my function is! to get it absorbed. >> gary: a's game with detroit taking off the tarps they go from 35 to 48,000 in capacity. the gain on friday night is a sell out. and will cunningham is next we will talk about this guy list this and no one does it like wills birmingham. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week.
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the but, >> gary: 21 year old of loss' vegas is the first extreme wheelchair athlete and started writing this at state parks at the age of 8 and landed the world's first we'll back flip and four years later the first double that wheelchair. in 2010 he read john and >> reporter: >> gary: >> you have will start to use a you-will have fun. you
have wields stuck to you. at right >> in other bikes sold it was always a positive think a-plus so why not have fun with it? >> gary: seeing you in action here. are you >> gary: are you scared when you are up in the air like this? >> the scary part at the top of the ramp in one of the nerds are building up one should go over the edge it is a lot more fun. >> gary: your family is involved to? >> yes my parents have been very supportive x ever since i've started. >> gary: i'm always amazed as someone comes first. you
were never you not have anyone to follow with wheelchair extreme sports. what prompted you decide to switch over to do? >> i looked up that people like travis and a lot of the extreme sports. i would take what i would see them doing it and the wit in my wheelchair. and, do this in my wheelchair >> this is really going and probably got around 100 people in the world getting into it. >> gary: this is fantastic! all because of your gut and your talents. >> doing and nitro circus
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