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country. >> how can you give your support. rallies. why supporters say the death of a youngman has an impact here. thank you for joining us here. let's start off with a quick check of the weather. we have the latest. good morning. >> good morning to you, we're starting with this live shot from our bridge camera. you can see the clouds out there. we are dealing with locally dense fog in the reduced visibility out there. as for the temperatures, a mild start if you are starting out in san francisco here. 55 if you are heading out the door.
and 47 degrees in concord. 48 in livermore and 45 degrees in santa rosa. we expect a cooler day. look at where the temperatures are headed in a bit. recovery efforts are underway in the philippines following the fie ton. officials say they fear 10,000 people are dead in one province. and we see the center of destruction. >> reporter: a number of people are coming here looking for food and water and medication. we have seen a number of people who are angry, they believe that the reaction has been too slow by the government. and in the heart of the city center, there is no food or water. there has been looting. we understand from the mayor that's changing now that today this sunday is the first time they are managing to drive into the city itself and take
supplies in. the rest of the area has been destroyed. you can see trees has been stripped bare. many of them are only half the size they used to be. showing the force of the winds and the storm surge. in the background you can see they are queuing for water and food which the ministry is providing. they are coming, desperate to take something back to the families. many are coming here to get out of the country. it is a desperate situation here a woman said that it was worse than being in hell and was torturous and for the military and officials they believe that from today, it will be getting better and the relief situation will be under
hand. >> the number of the filipino- americans are in daley city and they are gathering for a sunday service to pray for their loved ones. and we are live from saint andrew's catholic church where they expect a high number of people there this morning. >> reporter: the mass is getting underway here. 100 people are inside and the church is filipino. across the bay area there are 400,000, many live here in the area. there is a lot of concern among the congregation. it has been a tough few weeks as many of them have friends -- friends and family in the philippines t experienced a 7.2 earthquake and now they are dealing with the aftermath of the typhoon. buildings are destroyed and the
death toll could reach 10,000 if not more than that. power outages have kept people from reaching family and friends. many are now turning to god. >> everyone is trying to send messages to say pray hard so everyone will be okay. when i saw the day of a the typhoon and see how devastating the area is, i'm -- i'm sad, i'm devastated seeing all of this. >> and based on where her family lives she is confident they are okay but hoping to hear from them. there are three more masses scheduled here. they expect a full crowd as many are playing for the best.
and it is set to bring more devastation. crews were preparing for the storm. and it will weaken to a typhoon or a tropical storm before it makes landfall on monday morning in vietnam a foot of rain is forecast by monday night. demonstrators demanded justice for andy lopez. he was shot and killed bay deputy who believed that the replica gun was a real ak-47. a san francisco protester says why she believes that his death has a big impact. >> why is this so profound? the reality the case of andy happens to so many people in the community. it is time to treat them the way you treat any violence and
people who kill innocent people. >> the family is taking action, they have filed a lawsuit against the deputy that shot him. >> it was not just in san francisco protests went to sacramento and los angeles. his parents have filed the hraáut claiming the deputy of reckless behavior. they say he should have recognized that their son was carrying a replica ak-47. the lawsuit seeks an unspecified amount of money and holds the sheriff's department responsible. we will follow the story for you and the statewide response. you can get the latest on the twitter pages and our web site kron 4. we have more ahead here. many people who lost a loved one before the demolition. we'll show you the gathering.
demolition of the often eastern span of the bay bridge starts tuesday. for those who lost loved ones there and touched by tragedy, it means something different for them. part of their lives will be missing. and we accompanied those who paid tribute to lost family and friends. >> reporter: the span will be gone but for those who lost loved ones it is bittersweet. on saturday morning, the chp allowed people to spend time to remember. >> there is no formal festivities. it is what you want to do and have a memorial up on either side of the bridge. we're happy we can open it up and allow more people to come
up there and have a few moments. >> and the cyclists came to honor aaron pier, barbara sullivan's brother lost his life 30 years ago on the bridge. >> we don't often have the chance, you drive across it but it doesn't give you time to ponder and reflect. >> reporter: and one man came to his death aiding another driver. >> he -- he saw a car and help ad woman. he said i have to pull over. he carried flares. he put them around the car. there was a truck driver in the police report said i have never seen anyone be so cautious. took steps and someone had taken advantage of that open lane and hit tony and through him into the windshield of the
car of the lady he was trying to help. and we have the oakland fire department arrived on the scene, beautiful man and able to hear his last words to us which is fortunate for all of us that corelay that and tell my family i love them. >> it was right there he was trying to help someone in need. we had his father there. . >> everyone is at peace together beautiful. >> known as bubba he was 36
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a kidnapper has been shot and killed by a louisiana man fogging for his cousin. and his name is being withheld heard screams from a home. he kicked in the back door. he saw a kidnapper starting to stab his cousin. he then started firing but he was not sure if he hit the kidnapper in the home. when the authorities arrived they found the body of scott thomas. he has a baby with her and violate ad restraining order she is expected to recover. this is getting a lot of
attention on our web site. >> choose after a shooting left two people dead and two dozen others hurt. the deputies say more than 100 people were gathered for a party and someone inside started shooting. and a second victim died while a third remains in critical condition not all the victims were shot. many were hurt and everyone scrambled to escape. authorities say that the victims range in age from 14 years old to the early 20s. this morning the deputies are looking for two shooters. in world news diplomatic talks on the new york program reached -- did not reach a deal
diplomats touted the significance. and, we are closer now as we leave than when we came and that with good work and faith we can secure our goal. another meeting is september. they want to prevent iran from developing nuclear weapons. we'll check weather now. and rain in the forecast. >> good morning we have some showers in the forecast. it's not coming yet. plenty of sunshine out here
bay. 66 for castro valley. mid-60s. and upper 50s for the north bay. it is showing us that we do have the showers and and wednesday. a decision by the food and drug administration could lead to changes in the food we eat. earlier this week that trans fats are no longer recognized as safe. they will be unapproved and cannot be sold. they are partially hydrated oils in processed foods and creamer and many desserts. they are dangerous and boost
bad cholesterol. police are looking for a woman accused of scramming people by craigslist. a family responded to a add for a bedroom inside an empty home. police say the they communicated through her e-mail address. the victims agreed to rent it and pay the suspect $1800. police say the suspect had no affiliation with the home and that the property had been empty for two years. but when the owner of the residence visited the home this week she found the victims living there. police are now investigating. a vigil held for a homeless man crossing the street in his wheelchair. it was held for brian goodwin. it was on 18th and castro. about 30 people showed up to say a few kind words about him
and light candles and share in a moment of silence. his younger sister tells us it has been a difficult week for her and her family. >> it was a terrible incident it is beautiful the support the family has been given and the support friends are giving. everyone is coming through and showing what a beautiful amazing person my brother was. >> he was hit bay car on monday night by crossing the street at the intersection of market and octavia. the driver is cooperating with police. no word on what charges that driver will face. coming up here on the news weekend. we will show you the! your behind what the nfl cheerleaders deal with every day. so what can i get you?
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and we have the story. the sun is shining a line of women seen in shadow. they stretch and get ready. >> then in a flash they explode with energy. >> it is game day and 35 of them out here practicing their routine. they have six that they have to do for game day and it could be a long day about 12 hours for many of them. what are their lives like?
and exotic get aways supporting drops. >> we do a lot. and building friendships but they say they face challenges. like juggling long hours and with full-time jobs, school or family. >> to maintain a personal life with this, you have to be strong willed and have a strong support system outside of this. >> there are misconceptions. >> people take it in a negative light with the uniforms we wear and the makeup we wear. >> we had women who are lawyers and doctors. >> some focus on their what they are doing. >> they are not making a lot of money. >> and there is an article in # 011. >> i think there is this idea that's drilled in in the audition process and when women make the squad they are lucky
to be there. >> 36 teams have carry leaders. some responded some declined to disclose the details. san diego carry leaders $75. two tickets. dallas 150 per game with some paid appearances. washington 75 per home game. tickets and some paid appearances. they acknowledge the pay issue. >> we are not multimillionaires. we don't do it for a financial benefit. >> and a former redskins cheerleader. >> the pay versus what we put into it, it does not balance out to be candid. >> reporter: but there are some things you cannot put a price on. >> now i have been on six of our seven continents. >> reporter: her words echoed by others. >> there are opportunities to be humbled and give to someone
welcome back to kron 4. this is a few and dealing with fog and clouds. temperatures mild and 45- degrees if you are heading out. and mid50s in oakland. 52 here in san francisco. and. at we head into the afternoon we're expecting presentee -- plenty of sunshine. 54 for san mateo and san hoy say. we'll have the full forecast coming up. >> we are getting a look at the damage done to a city in the
fill means through the eyes of a survivors. >> reporter: on the western side the city was hit hard by the typhoon. the mayor posted these images though show destructions similar to the east. you can see buildings damaged and trees up rooted and people tending to the bodies of those killed. some of the photos are too graph took show but there were fatalities where it is located. these are some of the images before the typhoon, celebrations in town and the beautiful marina. other images come from reporters and we have the photos show show debris along the coast line. and the roof was ripped off the
roof. and the town's famous landmark the steel cross is missing. groups are already taking up for victims. and a charity called project pearls will be collecting goods until 2 p.m. it will be held at the san bruno site. and the typhoon is set to bring more devastation to vietnam. military officials and ship crews were preparing for the storm it will weaken to a minimal typhoon or tropical storm before it makes landfall. they are expecting a foot in rain. people gathered in san francisco and throughout the area on saturday demanding justice for 13 year old andy
lopez. they were part of a day of action for andy lopez. they were organized by the california statewide coalition against police brutality. the 13 year old was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy who believed that the replica gun he was carrying was a real ak-47. he was killed on october 22nd which happened to be national day against police brutality. his parents have filed a lawsuit accusing the sheriff's department and the deputy of reckless behavior. they argue that he should have recognized that their son was carrying a replica. it seeks an unspecified amount of money and the county responsible. we will follow this for you, can you get updates as well as on our web site and our new
mobile app. homeless camps are being cleared out with the help of a law enforcement officials ahead of cold and wet weather that we are expecting this week. and outreach said they are unsafe for the homeless and pollutes the water supply. >> reporter: and there is a cartful of things here. they are moving. >> reporter: doug stewart works nights offering homeless men and women a chance to leave areas like this. and it is in contra costa county along grayson creek under a bridge on the border of concord and martinez. ahead of the cold and wet weather. stewart said the goal is to get them into a shelter before the flood control district clear them out.
i this is one of a dozen camps where 25 people are living. >> they all look the same. >> the water control to come down. it is unsafe in a month. this will be here. and this i have seen it all the way up to the wall before. pgh from there to there. it is dangerous here. they don't want the issues when it rises and i think they are concerned about the water. and it is up the road here. when they get this they are concerned about the issue and
>> and things just keep getting worse for the cal bears. >> they were crushed. it is hard to say the loss was so bad. and they. they have not lost in the series since a triple overtime defeat in berkley in 2003. they take on the buffalos on saturday, the 16th at 2:30 in the afternoon. and san diego state came back in the fourth quarter to beat sab hoe -- san jose state. they were trailing 23-12 going into the final period. they got a 34-yard touchdown and two-point conversion. spartans play the wolf pack november 16th in reno at 7:30. the 49ers take on the panthers right here at candlestick park at 1:05. there is a big buzz around a
familiar face who is expected to take the field. we learned this week that alden smith will play. smith had been away for six weeks before he returned last week. the 23 year old had entered rehab after his second dui. he is facing felony weapons charges and has two court dates coming up this month. but the niners hope that he will be on the field today. going to the game. first time there. i'm looking forward to it. we have more ahead on the morning news weekend. and who is behaving badly right after this. we take a look outside now at 8:43 from a look out there. fog and windy this morning. we expect some rain this week.
>> if you call them they will send out a unit to monster the intersection. don't tell me you don't know the number i was there 45 minutes before the police were called on me. more on that in a moment. i'm here because of a tip. some people are being held hostage in their driveways because drivers ignore the stop signs. when i say ignore, i mean ignoring. and drivers were barely slowing down. people who just happen to live at the intersection are having a hard time leaving their homes because of the antics. now let me show you how the
habits can change on a dime. the i'll insert the police here. the officer that responded to call which happened to be me, decides to stick around to see how bad it was. and drivers started stopping for the stop sign. go figure they could see the cruiser. the officer repositioned the vehicle into a drive way. watch this driver in the green suv. blam, there you go. >> you are familiar with the stop sign on dublin and wexford. people have been running it. >> i wanted to have a chat with the driver. >> do you that often or one time. >> this is the first time. >> you are a good driver, never run it before, this is the first time. >> let me ask you what are the odds the first time you run it you are stopped by the police
and a cameraman who asks you questions. >> the first time in a long time we're going to see rain this week. we're tracking the forecast. and hello there. >> we are expecting -- expecting the rain and less than a 10th of an inch. this is a view of sun and clouds dealing with fog in portions of the area. as for tomorrow we'll start off with the low clouds and see the increase ahead of the system that will bring showers monday night for the north bay into tuesday morning. before we get to that let's talk temperatures. 40s. and 47 degrees in concord 51 in hayward and in redwood city. the afternoon will be cooler than what we saw. this is for the east bay spots.
72 for livermore and in the south bay. 60s and 70s there. and mountain view. 72 for those of you in morgan hill. east bay shore into the mid-60s for oakland. and upper 60s in fremont. and low 60s here. upper 50s. we're looking at 66 in san mateo and finishing off here. napa at 68. 66 expected for taking a look at the 7-day around the bay. we have those showers in the forecast pushing in monday into the north bay. and it may be making its way around. light showers dry and warmer. >> thank you very much. the lapd is slammed with a lawsuit payout. it will go to an officer who
sued the city and police over race-based harassment. earl wright said there were repeated incidents including a racial slur in a text message from a supervisor and anniversary cake with a slice of watermelon and fried chicken on it. he is a 23-year veteran of the force. the payment is in addition to the $1.2 million a jury awarded him march. and four people are in the hospital this morning after a hot air balloon explosion in southern california. one of those people has burns from the crash. this happened saturday morning in wine country in southern california. officials say the balloon landed fine but then it burst into flames after. it's not clear what caused the explosion it was carrying five people at the time and the national -- the ntsb is investigating the incident. the agency that oversees
the high speed rail is starting the process of acquiring the right land for the train. the authorities say they have acquired one parcel of land out of the 400 that it needs. currently the agency is buying or seizing land through eminent domain t gives them the power to seize it without comment although most owners must be compenare in the final negotiations with another 38 parcels of land. chess meets the rub year ducky into the toy hall of fame. this is no walk in the park. they faced fierce competition and some stringent criteria. for example, have they reached icon status, how about
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they were too easy for him. at age 12 he wanted to try public school again so took a placement test and at 12 he was in the 11th grade. he wants to move to new york and be an actor or rapper. when he graduates he will be 18 years old. >> the olympic torch has made its way to the international space station. it left earth. two russian cosmonauts are taking it on a space-walk. it is on a journey across russia. and it will end in the sochi the host of the winter games. , we have not so obvious ways that you should be looking.
the top stories we are following this sunday morning. devastation as a typhoon rips through the country. officials fear that thousands could be dead. we'll have a update on the recovery. hear from relatives here who are trying to find out about loved ones in the philippines. how can you give your support. rallies for a santa rosa teen
shot by a deputy who mistook his gun for a real one. why supporters say his death had an impact here in the pay area. >> thank you for joining us. and marty is off today. we want to start off with a check of the weather. i'm curious and the rain in the forecast for the week. it is clouding up. some fog. temperatures and 54. and 48 degrees if you are heading out the door. we'll take a look at that.
recovery efforts in the philippines. and 10,000 people are dead in the province alone. we see the center of the destruction. >> and people are coming here to the air strip looking for food and water and medication. we have seen a number of people who are angry. they believe it has been too slow. and in the heart of the city center there is no food and looting. we understand that is changing now. this is the first time they are managing to take some supplies in. you can see the area here is pretty devastated. and it is intact so they can get in. and you can see everything has
been tripped bear many of them as they use to be. the storm surge are queuing for water and food which the military is providing at this point and they are desperate people are coming here. and for the military that it will be getting. and they are gathering for a sunday service to pray for their loved ones.
and the church where they are expect ad high number of people there. >> and itnded here where they are filipino. there is a lot of concern. now one i spoke with the guest priest. he is father ike he is from the philippines. he is going through the. he tells me to be united and go through it together. that's tough as they suffered an earthquake several weeks ago and they are reeling from the damage and destruction by the typhoon. and it is a trying time in their lives. scary. >> scary.
>> and it is what it needs to be. >> and everyone must have been praying. >> have you heard from your family. >> we tried to mete with them but is in the way. >> he was talking with about how tough it is to communicate with family members. they are not able to hear from and they hope and pray for the best. i spoke with the pastor he said the plan is to organize a fundraising effort to help everyone in the philippines. back to you. >> thank you, mike. and it is set to bring more devastation to vietnam. officials in private ship crews were preparing for the storm. and they say that it will weaken before it makes landfall on monday morning in vietnam. they expect up to a foot of
rain there. and groups are already taking up collections for victims of the typhoon. a charity called project pearls will be collecting goods from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. it will be held at the san bruno site. >> demonstrators marched saturday demanding justice for andy lopez. the 13 year old was shot and killed by a deputy who believed that the gun he was careering -- carrying was a ak-47. a protester says why he thinks his death has had such an impact. >> why is this taken up. the reality is that this happens daily. it is time to treat the
officers the way you treat any citizen that kills innocent people. >> and the family of lopez is taking action, they have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the deputy who shot the 13 year old and against sonoma. the rallies spanned to santa rose that san antonio to oakland and los angeles. his parents have filed a federal lawsuit accusing the sheriff's deputy of reckless behavior. they argue he should have recognized their son was carrying a replica ak-47. it seeks an unspecified amount of money and holds the deputy and county responsible. for the latest on this story can you always go to our web site at kron 4. you can get the latest on our mobile app we
demolition of the eastern span is this tuesday for thoses who lives with touched by tragedy it means part of their lives will be missing. and a day of remembrance. >> the eastern span will be gone but those who lost loved ones it is bitter sweet. >> there is no formal festivities this is about what you want to it with your friends and family and have a memorial up on either side. >> and they came to honor aaron
peter. >> barbara sullivan lost her broth they are 30 years ago. >> you drive across you don't get time to ponder. >> and and another driver lost his wife coming to the aid of motorist, and he said my gosh. >> there was a truck driver and the police officer said i never saw them put them out so carefully. >> someone took advantage and he went into the windshield of the car of the lady he was trying to help. >> i would like to be where he
was. >> and and the oakland fire department arrived on the scene a beautiful man. able to here tony's last words. that was fortunate derely that. tell my family i love them. >> where is my family. and it was right about there. >> he gave his life trying to help someone. and he had his mother there. >> i think that everyone feels at piece today. >> known as bubba he was 36 years old. >>
good morning. here is a story that's been getting a lot of comments on our facebook page a did napper has now been shot and killed by a heroic louisiana man looking for his abducted cousin. the man whose name is being withheld heard screams coming from a home. he kicked in the back door. what he says he saw was the kidnapper starting to stab his own cousin. he started firing but he was not sure if he hit him because it was a dark house. they found the body of scott thomas. and thomas has a child and violate ad restraining order protectingings her. she is expected to recover. it is getting a lot of comments and we invite to you go to kron
4. >> and chaos at a house party and two people are left dead and two others hurt. and more than 100 people were gathered for a party and someone inside started shooting another. a second victim died and a third is in critical condition. not all of the 22 people were shot. and many of them were hurt as everyone tried to scramble to escape. they were trying to break down a door so they could get away. they range from 14 to early 20s. they are looking for two shooters. and despite lingering
differences they touted progress made over three days. john kerry expressed optimism that a deal is near. áeufplt we are closer now as we leave geneva over the coming weeks we can secure our goal. another meeting for the 20th. and iran is seeking relief from the sanctions. 9:19. we want to find out what is in store for the week. >> we are expecting a slow down. we're waking up to a mix of sun and clouds and areas of fog.
we'll wake up to clouds and see streaming into the morning. 51 in richmond. and 50 currently in redwood city. as we head into the afternoon. it will be cooler. 79 for sunny vale into the east bay. 70s and 66 degrees for castro valley. 62 expected for richmond. same 62 in san francisco. 57 for ocean beach and upper 60s mainly in the north bay. looking at satellite and radar. we have high pressure in control here. that will last another day and a half. we have low pressure coming in. that's going to bring us the chance of showers starting off in the north bay and tuesday
morning. not lasting long. we are expecting a drier and warmer afternoon. ac transit is trying to make the commute more comfortable. and 16 new state of the art busses were introduced on friday. the buses have wifi. individual reading lamps and some storage and high back seats. they will serve the line e which travels between berkley and san francisco and these are the first of 54 new buss that ac will roll out. supporters of hillary clinton gathered outside of a center to urge the former secretary of state to run for president in 2016. the rally on saturday was organized by the local volunteers from the national organization ready for hillary. the organization is a national grass-roots movement with over 1 million supporters. they say they believe that she is the best qualified person to
be president coming up three years from now. , she has more experience than anyone that has run for president. she has been the first lady of arkansas of the u.s., a senator, she proved as senator she can work with both sides of the aisle. that's something that's not happening now. people are not working with both sides. the parties are not working together. she can bring them together. >> and ready for hillary believes that her election would build upon the progress of the election of president obama. and hundreds of people took out their buckets and shovels on saturday to take part in the 30th annual leap sand castle contest. # 6 teams created the wonderful castles. they are made up of architects. builders and kids. the theme is master pieces in sand with teams creating everything from moby dick to
sea creatures. >> that's a lot of work. we'll be shoveling sand so we can take shape. >> you have to take the sand. and we have words in front. and so, you have to make the running to the water. we have a tub here. there is a lot going on here. >> and the contest serves as a fundraising tool for leap which provides education programs to bay area students. remember it was canceled because of budget cuts they brought it back. you can see it was better than ever. we will be right back. i want you to know stuff i want you to be kind. i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. i want you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years.
hours and some are arguing low pay. >> reporter: the sunshines. they stretch and prepare. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, they explode. it is game day for the cheerleaders. 35 out here practicing their pregame routine. there are six routines they have to do for game day and it could be long day about 12 hours for many of them. >> what are their lives like. and free travel. supporting troops, giving back. >> we do a lot in the community and building friendships but they say they face challenges. like juggling long hours and rehearsals with jobs, school or family. >> to maintain the a personal
life along with this you have to be strong willed and have a strong system outside of this. >> people take it in a negative light with the uniform is we wear. >> we have had lawyers and doctors. >> some focus on them. >> they are making a very low amount of money. >> and it has been reported in an article in 2011. >> there is an idea that is drilled in during the audition and when women make the squad, there lucky to be there. >> the 26 of 32 teams have clear leaders. and a sample of 14. some didn't respond some declined to disclose details some list the numbers on their web sites. >> $75 two tickets per home ens appearances. dallas, 150 per game, some paid
appearances. washington 75 per home game. tickets and some paid atenses. and they acknowledge the pay issue. >> we're -- we are not multimillionaires. we don't do it for a financial benefit. >> and a redskins cheerleader for three years. >> the pay versus what we put into it, it is not balancing out to be very candid. >> but there are some things you cannot put a price on. >> i did not have a passport now i have been on six of seven continents. >> her words echoed by others. >> there are so many opportunities to be humbled and to give to someone else. >> there is a saying that i love to put with this and it is from the outside looking in can you never understand. from the inside looking out can you never explain. [ wind howling ] [ female announcer ] it balances you...
this is a view from the san mateo bridge. temperatures mild a warmer start to the day compared to yesterday. 48 if you are heading out. and 55 degrees in san francisco. and 53 dees in concord at 48 degrees in san jose. as we head into the afternoon. we are expecting plenty of sunshine a mix of clouds with highs lower than yesterday. a cooler day. 67 is the high for santa rosa and richmond. 66 for oakland and 70 today for san jose. and headed out this evening. we'll see an increase in cloud cover. temperatures on the chilly side. 51 degrees in oakland and hayward and livermore and chillier 49 degrees in santa rosa. we have showers in the forecast and a look at that.
>> we're getting a closer look and a shows us the damage. >> on the western side of the philippines. the mayor posted these images. they show the destruction that is similar to areas in the east. you can see buildings damaged, freeways up rooted and people tending to the bodies of those killed. they are too graph took show but there were fatalities on the island where it is located. >> and these are some of the images on the page before the typhoon. celebrations in town and the beautiful marina. other images come from our reporters. and we shared the photos taken and the images show massive debris tphroáeting along a
coast line. and the roof was ripped off the building where most people were sheltered. and the famous landmark is missing. >> here at home groups are taking up collections for the victims of the typhoon. today a charity called project pearls will collect goods to 2 p.m. this afternoon. it will be at the group's san bruno site. and military officials and ship crews were seen preparing for the storm as you watch this video now. it will weak ton a typhoon or tropical storm before it makes landfall in vietnam. a foot of rain is expected to hit there monday night.
protesters gathered in san francisco and the state on street demand justice for andy lopez, the 13 year ofld was shot and killed by a deputy and the protests were part of a national day of action for andy lopez. they were organized by the answer coalition and statewide coalition against police brutality. as i said, he was shat and killed by a deputy who believed that the replica gun he was carrying was a real ak-47. he was killed on october 22nd which happened to to be national day against police brutality. his parents have filed a federal lawsuit accusing the sheriff's deputy of reckless behavior. they argue that he should have recognized that the gun that their son was carrying was not a real one but a replica.
the lawsuit seeks an unspecified amount of money and holds the sheriff's department responsible. and homeless camps in the east bay are cleaned out with the help of the weather. and the camps are unsafe for the homeless and they pollute our water supply. we get a tour that is in the process of being removed. >> there is a shopping cart full of stuff here. >> reporter: and doug stewart with the team works nights offering homeless men and women a chance to leave areas like this. a camp in contra costa county along grayson creek under a bridge. the goal is to get them into a
shelter before the district and sheriff's department clear them out on tuesday. this is one of a dozen camps where 25 people are living. >> they all look the same on this creek. despite it saying no camping. >> this is part of the issue the they cut the fences to come down. you know, and it is unsafe. this will probably be up in this neighborhood right here. , i have seen this up here before. >> it gets dangerous.
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and lee had 13 and clay thompson had 10 of his 12 in the third quarter. the warriors will be back on tuesday when they play the pistons. and the 49ers take on the panthers right here at home at candlestick park at 105. there is a lot of buzz around a familiar face that is expected to take the field. alden smith will play. smith had been away from the team for six weeks before he returned. he entered rehab. he is facing unrelated felony weapons charges and has two court dates. now they hope he will be a force on the field. i'm excited to say i'm going to my first 49ers game today. never been. i better do it now before they start playing next season,
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we are looking and you can see a mix of sun and clouds out there. we expect lots of sunshine later today. temperatures are cooler than what we saw yesterday. and we'll see some high clouds streaming in and that's just the before a system bringing us light showers over the bridge into the peninsula. and tuesday morning. as for the temperatures this morning mid-50s. out the door and 58 currently in oakland and livermore and a cooler 48 in santa rosa. this afternoon is cooler.
and 68 the high for palo alto. and 70 for those of new ever green. and we're looking low 70s through concord and danville. and 62 expected for richmond. 50s at ocean beach and across the north bay. 68 expected for napa. we have high pressure in control keeping things dry. mild, warm. we have a low pressure system anded our way. that will bring us showers monday overnight into the north bay. pushing tuesday morning. it's not going to last long by tuesday afternoon it will be dry and wednesday sunny and warmer conditions are expected. looking for a job and contemplating a career change and head their fly a new direction, you want to stop looking in the obvious places that's why we brought our guest
this morning. and our guest is here how to find the new jobs, there are new ways out there. one way we wanted to talk about was google help that was launched this week. >> it is a great place you can go to start the online job search. you can talk to experts. what do you want. what is out there. >> a little bit more about the industry as well. so it is a place that you can find an expert. one on one chats. can you look up education and find a host of people who are on demand that you can get on line and ask them for advice. one thing you have to be careful with with help out if you know google. they're about selling advertising. you have a lot of businesses that may try and upset you.
you may get 15 minutes of your time. way you the way you want to buy my book. >> go to my web site. ky see that being a limit buyer be care. >> and i think that a source that seems to be more established is pop expert.com. ingrid sanders is the ceo from here. and what i love about it is it is a little more pricey but you know how credible the experts are. they're vetted and they are careful who they pick. you can see see the resumes. you get the first session free. >> there are sites out there. how relevant to have a paper resume these days? >> and i think that everyone should have a resume. i work with the scholarship organization through the miss america program i worked with
them on building resumed and interview skills. i call it a fact sheet. what are your goals and awards. accomplishments that you had and job history. and they you need to be detail oriented with t watch for spelling. grammar. >> the biggest pet peeve is for matting. and no excuses. and they offer you the fields that you need to fill out. another option this is where they are going the resume is done. it is just taking it to the next level to help you stand out from the crowd. with this you have to do more
soul searching. can you share your ideas. don't put the sink on there. >> some things to talk about. >> and is here in the area. >> can you go to one page for $11. >> and and it's not just for you applying for a job that's created but even better and pick the company you want to work for. find a problem that you can help them solve. >> you want to know the brand and make it be successful. i have created most of my jobs. one is and -- it is energy news and it is out of oklahoma.
imagine moving to oklahoma. it was on line television. there was great in the year 2000. they were not going to hire me because i didn't look old enough to fit the bill. but i wanted to be there. i created a proposal and said this is who i am and whatky bring. i created an spreadsheet. and i had every energy company. their pr contact. if they were publicly strayed i lifted the analyst and information and stocks. the news director said i didn't know what i'm going to do with you but i have to create a job for you. it is possible. just think outside of the box. >> you put a lot of work
getting that. >> it is a job to get a job. >> if people are feeling in a rut or any advice for them. >> i think it is knowing that you can create your own job. not how you will get there when you say this is what is right for me this is what i want to be and it happens. i wanted to build a company. and all of the amazing people started showing up in my world. >> thank you for that. >> we'll be right back.
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paying a unique tribute to the men and women who have died fighting in afghanistan. ron white has member or rised all of their names. he said he realized in his 20s he had a gift for member or rising and reciting information. it took him almost a year to learn the first 1800 names then as a new casualty of war occurred he would rather their name as well. now he has member or rised more than # 300 names. and white says he wants their families to know their loved ones are not forgotten. that's important to remember as veteran's as you sit here today tomorrow. >> and thank you for joining us on this sunday morning. from all of us here at kron 4. join us tonight for the news at 8:00. check out our web site for the latest. have a great day.
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