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arranging to 50's inside the bay. we have pretty similar weather to what we saw on a few hours ago. today is shaping up to be the warmest day. we will see a lot of changes and it will get very wingate from saturday and sunday. >> we are on the scene of this fatal accident in fremont. here is a live look at the cleanup operations. the traffic impact is here on the northbound side from milpitas. thankfully, this accident occurred in the northbound direction that is the only issue that we are tracking so far. the traffic is not too bed. >> following a developing story out of fremont where police are on the scene of a
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fatal crash. two contract workers were hit by a car around 2:40 this morning. kron four's yoli aceves is live at the scene with an update, yoli? >> because it is say active scene they have to investigate and now at 6:30 a.m. they have pushed this time to indefinite because they're not sure when these lines will reopen they stated that they have to be very thorough. doors are originally, there was a drunk driver and that crashed into two workers and one of the workers was sent to the hospital and he is suffering minor injuries. unfortunate, the other worker was killed. the driver hisself, was injured
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very seriously. they actually did some preliminary tests to see if he was drunk at the time and he had set actually get extricated out of his car. he had to be taken to the hospital and they had to take care of some of his injuries. at the hospital they were able to confirm that he was under the informeinfluence. >> this is the north homicide and it is still causing a back up. you can see some of the back up there quite a bit of cars but once you pass this thing, it seems to the traffic is starting to flow little bit better but you still may want to avoid this area. >> even though it is a short distance it will take your while.
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>> morning. police respond to 9-1-1 calls and find a woman sufering from gunshot wounds. this all happening near tennyson road and sleepy hollow avenue in hayward. kron four's mike pelton is live at the scene with an update. mike? >> the victim was taken to the hospital with life- threatening injuries that received that shots were fired at this apartment complex. they stated it is found this woman suffering from gunshot wounds. a neighbor stated that the victim lives here but although police cannot confirm that. at this point, they say that it is a mystery. >> right now, there is not a lot of information for us to go on. our investigators are
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working every angle. >> it is unaware whether or not she lives there or if she was just visiting. we're not sure. we have not identified that. >> the victim is at a nearby hospital and what surgery. she is currently listed in critical condition. at this point, police have no suspects or suspect information. there have been several shootings at this apartment complex in the past. just a few months ago i coverage where a officer was shot during a domestic dispute. one arrest the dead stated that he's going to pack up his fingers and toes. >residents that i spoke with stated that he is just want to pack up his things and moved. >> firefighters have just
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put out a 2 alarm fire at a two-story victorian home in san jose. the home is located at 79 no. 12 st.. heavy fire was burning in the attic. all occupants have been accounted for no injuries have been reported. >> bart trains have been running for a week and a half, but the agreement that ended the strike is still not official. today barts union member will vote on the tentative deal. union members are considering a deal that would increase their salary by more than 15% over 4 years, but also require a bigger contribution to pensions and health beneifts. union leaders are recommending their members accept the deal. the bart board will vote on the contract after it has been ratified by the two unions. >> >> in milpitas, a father
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faces child endangerment charges after leaving his two young children alone in a vehicle for more than 14 hours. julio reyes was taken into custody wednesday night. more than 24 hours after leaving his children behind in an s-u-v on hillview drive. someone called 9-1-1 wednesday afternoon to report a suspicious vehicle. inside, police found a 10 year old girl and an 8 year old boy. tired, disheveled and hungry. the kids were left in the vehicle since tuesday night after their father says he went to go to a friend's home nearby. a neighbor who didn't want to be shown on camera, says his wife heard something suspicious. >> the children are o-k and are now in protective custody. its not clear why reyes left his children in the vehicle for so long. he did call milpitas police to report his vehicle and children >> the time is 6 07 a.m.. still ahead of the kron4 morning news spirit will tell you about a theft at a charity organization in concord. what the thieves
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>> welcome back. the time is 6:10 a.m.. new details this morning. it turns out the robbery suspect shot by san francisco police last weekend -- was awaiting trial on other robbery charges. 19-year old rommel narvaez was arrested in san mateo county in april - after
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allegedly robbing two people of their iphones in daly city. prosecutors say he responded to ads on craigs- list - agreeing to meet the victims in a park -- where they were robbed at gunpoint. police suspect he set up a similar deal in the marina last sunday when he was shot and wounded by an officer responding to reports of a beating. >> both the victims had advertised on craigslist wanting to buy i phones. they had telephone contact and they arranged to meet. they brought their money, he then dropped them. he was
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selling i phones and they had the money. they lost their money because of him. maligneand >> narvaez faces robbery and assault charges in the san mateo case. in the san francisco case - he'll be charged with burglary, robbery and battery. >> concord police are investigating a theft at the construction site of a new building for a charity organization. around 18 - thousand dollars in copper wire and construction tools were stolen tuesday night for the monument crisis center's new building on market st. the monument crisis center serves thousands of local families each month. providing a food program and after-school tutoring. the project was to finish by the end of the year.but now the group says their goal is in jeopardy. police do not have any suspects at this time. >> with a the end of daylight saving time this weekend, sunset will be an
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hour earlier. so will the hours for the bay bridge bypass. starting this morning, the pact will have >> winter hours. it will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. officials say if you are planning to walk the 4 mi. across the bridge you should get out before 4:00 p.m. to have enough time. chp monsters of the past and will begin clearing the path or kron4 p.m. in the afternoon. the winter hours will be in effect until march 1st. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. the white house is now finding some much needed help to fix the problems with the new health-care web site. we will tell you who they are reaching out to.
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>> food stamp benefits are set to drop today for more than 47 million americans. a temporary benefit from the 2009 economic stimulus that boosts food stamp dollars will no longer be available. a family of four receiving food stamps will lose $36 a month. congress has just begun negotiations on further cuts >> the federal government is
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getting some help from major tech companies to fix the health care website. engineers and software makers are from oracle and red hat are pitching in as well as one of google engineer. officials at oracle say they were brought in to make the government side more reliable and secure. obama administration says that the web site will be running smoothly by november 30th. >> presgetting some help from mr tech companies to fix the healthcare- dot -gov website. >> a new book is shedding light on president obama's 20 - 12 re-election campaign. president obama's top aides secretly considered replacing vice president joe biden with hillary clinton
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on the 20 -12 ticket. according to the new york times. it got a copy of the book "double down: game change 2012." the newspaper says the book claims the effort was spearheaded by former white house chief of staff bill daley. but the idea was scraped when polls showed the switch wouldn't significantly improve president obama's odds. the book is written by mark halperin and john heilemann -- who also authored 20-08's "game change." >> 680 northbound is not a commute direction. looking at the bridges this is the only major incidents that we are tracking. the metering lights have just been activated. the san mateo bridge, highway 92 is problem free up the volume is up a bit. here is your ride to the golden gate bridge is still easy and it is not unusual on fridays' to see more northbound traffic flow and other days
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a week. >> happy friday. we are waking up to temperatures from the upper '30's and to the 40's along the east shore. 50s before san francisco and daly city. fairfield has a high of 42 degrees. clear skies all around the bay area and high pressure is still stretching over. this is definitely good news and you will see warmer weather for the afternoon. we are not talking about any raindrops' for the next couple of days. >> let's start things out of the east, today, we will approach the upper 70's for danville and orenda. it looks like a brentwood will have a high of 75. oakland
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will have a high of 71 degrees. mile to one conditions and assault. 75 for los gatos and campbell. cupertino is checking in at 64 degrees. san francisco will have a high of 70. mid 60's for daly city and last but not least heading to wine country 74 for napa and sonoma. fairfield will have a high of 75. >> we will introduce a cool breeze for the weekend and the winds will ramp up. do not forget to set your clocks back before you go to sleep on saturday. >> as of right now we're looking at the possibility of showers for the weekend. >> new details have been uncovered about the mysterious "google barge". which has been anchored in san francisco harbor.
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kron four's justine waldman has more on google's plan for the barge, including >> what is known as the barge could be almost down the bay. ford may send in san francisco are in talks to bring of the barge tub that area. these discussions started a month ago. ford mason is working with the affairs people of united express passengerf google would stay has not been decided. new details are emerging as to what is happening. kron 4 news had a copy of the lease agreement that treasure island--a
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company from delaware and some parts of the lease started september and others in october. right now and the rent is $12,000 a month. but starting on november 7th, the rent goes up to $79,000 spread >> the person listed as a contact told me that he does not know anything about what is going on and then he hung up the phone. the people in fort mason stated that they're interested in pursuing the relationship. >> united express passengers are resuming their trip after a threat forced an emergency landing thursday. the flight was on its way from san francisco to san antonio.before being diverted to phoenix. the nature of the threat was not immediately clear.but officials say a bomb squad was called in to search the
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plane. all 42 - passengers, two pilots and two flight attendants were safely evacuated. the bomb squad swept the plane and checked luggage details were released. >> a major discovery by law enforcement in san diego. police found found a tunnel that went from tijuana, mexico to a warehouse in san diego. the sole purpose of this tunnel is to move drugs into the united states. police have made three arrests, siezed more than eight tons of marijuana and 325 pounds of cocaine cartels spend millions of dollars digging these tunnels and this latest bust is considered a major setback. a major bust in san diego. >> not only will we take your drugs and shut down your tunnel but before you even get an opportunity to use it, we will go after your management as well. >> the time is 6:23 a.m..
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here is a live look outside. it is pretty clear outside.
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>> welcome back. taking a look at wall street this morning. futures trading
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shows all three indexes in the negative right now. it's a new month and investors are hoping for the positive market trend to continue. here's how october finished out. the dow lost 73 points. the nasdaq lost 10. and the s and p 500 lost six. opening bell today at 6:30. >> ingredients and some of your favorite craft matched and cheese the boxes are changing. kraft plans to remove artificial dyes from three macaroni and cheese and varieties of that coming kid from the shapes such as a sponge bob squier pants. the food company says that the change will not affect crafts a pla plane elbowed shaps macaroni and cheese with our
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original flavor. the new recipe will be on sale starting early next year. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. we now know what type of adult attacked a man and three others in antioch. we will have details coming up. >> we are following a developing story of a fremont where there has been a deadly crash involving a drunk driver. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable.
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to just what she sees some of the traffic that is backing up. this is headed north from. you can see some of accident scene. at this point we're not sure when that will reopen this whole freeway because they're still waiting for the accident investigation seem to finish. we did find out that the two workers were hit, one who has minor injuries and the other was fatally hit, the company did it work for, the state's white traffic safety ensign co. of fairfield, at this point we're not sure--postal workers who were actually picking up some of the up road work assigned to open up the freeway were hit by a drunk driver. >> this scene is considered a crime scene and that is why it is taking longer for them to cleared. they have to do a very thorough
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investigation. the driver suffered severe injuries at the time of the accident. they tried to do some type of testing but it was very minimal because of his injuries. it was not until he was taken to the hospital the that were able to confirm that he had alcohol in his system and that is why this is a crime scene. >> let's take a look at the backup on 680 in the northbound direction. if you do not want to sit out this long then you should use 880 northbound instead. the good news is that we do not see a southbound the late because south bond is the commute direction. >> the metering lights are active and a backup to starting to form. >> developing new is out of
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hayward where police are investigating a shooting at an apartment complex. it happened just after 11:00 p.m. last night. police fund woman suffering from multiple gunshot wounds in a parking lot. she was taken to a nearby hospital and remains in surgery. it is unclear if she will survive. >> we now have some answers to that mysterious barge off a treasure island. it has been confirmed that it does in fact belong to the google. kron4 jackie sissel is live on treasure island more. >> i feel like i am outside of a high-security, government situation. the whole thing has been a mystery. first of all, it was who owned it and why wasn't there. we are
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starting to get some answers and has been confirmed that it is a in google project. we're not sure what they're going to do. there are a lot of speculation as. the other thing is how long would be here, we're starting to get word that the lease is going to expire and there are talks that they may want to move this from where it is said to. they want to move it to fort mason. it may be floated over to fort mason and what it is, it is a barge that basically is comprised of containers that were welded together. i am not sure what these are the look like antennas. at the beginning, people thought it was a place to collect data.
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now they are speculating that is actually eight slowing retail center to promote the google glass. there is a second one in maine and the speculation is that they have one on the east coast and one on west coast. that is all up in the air. there is a lot of a poke and dagger, a lot a mystery of when they will use this. but for right now, we are getting information about the lease that expires and the fact that they may move this. >> the time is 6:35 a.m.. 52 stanford students have fallen hill since wednesday night likely with the north row virus. the students living in florence more cult reported selling symptoms similar to stomach flu. as a
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precaution, stanford is sanitizing the dining hall over the next two days. all common areas in bathrooms in the dormitory will also undergo a thorough cleaning her is the county health departments and a nurse and viral specialist to the dormitory to try to discover the calls. >> an update now to a story with first brought you yesterday morning. antioch police say that to dogs that bid for people are pti bull mixes whose owners have not been identified. the dogs who were off least bit a man, hhis dogs and three other neighbors. not of the injuries were life- threatening. police shot and killed one of them when it charged at them, the other one was captured and is in quarantine. if the dog
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doesn't not get claimed for 10 days, it will be euthanize to. >> we have a bigger changes on the rise as we head into next week. i will talk about the potential for rain drops coming up. >> the time is 6:37 a.m.. a halloween surprise for officials and canada. what was found inside 3 pumpkins. >> police are checking on would look like john stamos. wow! wow! and in a perfect world, what's delicious would be healthy too. wish granted. dannon oikos greek nonfat yogurt. sounds too good to be true... it's thick, creamy but 0% fat and twice the protein. huh..! where did stamos go? he's here, the oikos are on him. this really is too good to be true!
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>> welcome back. off talk about a spooky halloween a find. canadian officials seized three pumpkins from a passenger's bag at the airport. a boy was a
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stuffed, they say, with nearly four and a half pounds of cocaine. border agency officers at the montreal international airport, pumpkins while searching the luggage of a female traveler. >> it was not just costume that the kids in search of candy hitting the streets. police officers were also hard at work making sure that they stayed safe. they call it operation boo and it's goal is to keep sex offenders off the street. the result patroled officers and s f p d f fanned out across the city to check it on registered sex offenders on their list. officers were looking for anything that would indicate contact with children. >> although, we do not enter
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them, or supervise the everyday this is our time to make sure that the children did to have their holiday. >> officers were looking for halloween and stuff like candy, decorations, or, even the front like being on. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. we will have an update on lynne spalding the woman whose body was found in a hospital stairwell two weeks after she went [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay?
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>> wellcome back. i think a lot of people will like the forecast because it will be the warmest day. we do have changes to highlight for the weekend and it will cool down and we will enter pretty gusty winds. here's a live look outside from roof cam. as we take a look at the temperatures of there pretty similar to where they were 24 hours ago. we do not have to worry about any costumes. it is 47 degrees out the door in oakland. you
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will need a cold this morning. look at the temperatures they will range from a mid 60's to the upper 70's. 74 degrees is the common number for oakland and hayward. i think we will keep it in the '60s for half moon bay. later on tonight you may have plans. the temperatures will be a fairly mild. satellite and radar shows a clear conditions and high pressure is still overhead. today will be warm but the onshore wind will increase. >> do not forget to set your clock back. seasonal weather is on tap for the start of next week. we're looking at the storm possibilities for showers on thursday but the chess is very small.chance is v
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>> we are still tracking this fatal accident on 680 in the northbound direction. it has traffic backed up for a couple of miles because the right side of the road is shutdown. they have no indication on when they will reopen all the lanes. there is a crime scene investigation is what this has become. here is the location of the incident. is backed up all the way to scouts creek are. i think if you use 880 you can avoid this. >> the ride on 880 through oakland is looking good and so does 80 westbound. 580 has some slowing but lighter
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than usual. here is our accident delay. 101 is looking good and so does 85 and 280. in the north, it is still pretty easy for one on one through marin. >> your bay bridge ride after an early morning backup things are starting to settle out nicely. the san mateo bridge, 92 problem free. also the golden gate bridge, 1 01 is completely cleared. >> state investigators are at san francisco general hospital looking into the deaths of lynne spalding. she is the woman who was found dead in a hospital stairwell earlier this month. kron4 maureen kelly has an update on the investigation.
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>> they're still investigating as to whether or not a crime has been committed. he has not been able to rule out if someone knew or hit her body to prevent her from being found. right now, here is try to establish a time line. his come and go back to the day she disappeared and then on september 23rd when nurses held a meeting about the missing pages. october 4th, one nurse spoke to someone and the inspector stated that the man is not a suspect but they do want to talk to him to confirm who we saw. that information would help them with the timeline which ends october 8th. the inspector stated that he is still waiting to interview the sheriff's deputy. they want to find out whether not that
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stairwell was actually check. so far, he has long been able to talk to a dispatcher. he stated that he does not believe that they're blowing him off and that they are cooperating despite working this case, he has several active investigations including murder cases that he is applied to. >> the sheriff's department says that a preliminary results of their investigation are expected in the next week or so. >> federal education officials are annoyed a threat to withhold funds from california if they go through with the plan to abandon a standardized tests. the u.s. department of education says that if they do, they could lose more than $3 billion in federal aid. federal officials support the computerized test that california wants but say
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that the state's plan to have students take either the math or the language sections but not report the results will be out of compliance. >> the second leg of the controversy a california bullet train could be getting rerouted. california officials are recommending a new route to send trains in between the cities of hanford and visalia. hanford, a city of 55,000, is as 30 mi. south of fresno and home to some of the most vocal critics. >> on to bay area basketball. the warriors' and the clippers. stephen curry, chris paul lived up to the high. in the first quarter jermaine 0 nil throws up third of the three
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quarter cord shot at the buzzer. third quarter, blake griffin cameras down his third straight ally-oop the score 88-70. 4 quarter the score is 110-98 clippers. currey, with one of his and nine three-pointers and he is all about to cut the lead to 110-102. a final score 126-115 clippers. the warriors are now 1-1 and it will host the kings on saturday. >> the 49ers have activated linebacker aldon smith, two days after he posted bail on three felony illegal weapons charges in san jose. smith
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had missed the previous five games since a d.u.i. arrest in san jose. the 49ers' next game sunday birds is the carolina panthers at candlestick park. smith faces criminal charges in two cases filed by the santa clara county district attorney's office, one alleging that he possessed the legal assault weapons and another from his misdemeanor d.u.i. arrest >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. she is becoming the face of of the new health-care website. now the woman who graces the front page has become a laughingstock. details on that story next.
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>> after seeing its health- care cover girl go from a stock falls to laughing stock, the obama administration is considering using pictures of people who have successfully purchased insurance instead. the photo of a smiling young woman recently was promoted from the problem plaque website for is a new hampshire woman and a florida college students say that the administration has sought their permission to use their photos instead. the department declined to comment specifically on
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whether there photos will be used on the the insurance enrollment site, but said as with all web sites, it is making changes. >> maybe the united states can take some notes from britain when it comes to combating obesity. the u.k. is considering slapping a 20% tax on soda. researchers said that doing so could reduce the number of obese adults by about 180,000 or 1.3% of the population. about one in four britons is obese. >> coming up on the kron4 morning fatal crash in fremont killed a contract worker. >> we are live on the scene in hayward where a woman shot overnight. >> we have of the world according to gary at 7:45 >> we have of the world according to gary at 7:45 ai love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse.
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but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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>>mark: top stories we are following this friday, november 1st. a new contract vote today for bart workers who went on strike earlier this month. we'll have the details. are developing story out fremont police are on the scene of a fatal crash to construction workers were hit by a car about 230 in the morning and as you can see it's still an active scene with a lot of traffic. kron4's yoli yes that is is live at the scene. >>: i just want to show you some of the back up because the investigation continues and even though


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