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>> mike pelton is live at the west oakland station with more. >> note service until further notice. a lot of people that are standing here hoping that the service will resume. the word from bart was that they did not have bay timeframe. this problem began right after midnight and a handful of commuters-test is impacted 500 to zero thousand people. the train made it to the destination but some of them that i get home until after 3:00 a.m.. bart stated that it is due to a consumer problem. the system is not communicating with the switches. instead they've had to manually put these into place. >> we do not have bart service this morning and we will not have service until further notice. we are
advising all passengers to find another means of getting around. we're just not able to run the train with this being down. >> a spokesman stated that this problem is not went related, it is just w there area handful commuters still hoping that this war, but again, at this point they do not have a timeframe on when this will be resumed. your best bet is to look for another way of transportation. >> absolutely, don't they trust you? >> they're not smart, they will not go in worth desperate >> bart send out an e-mail stating that there will be no service this morning. so, it is out for the morning commute and they're urging you to seek alternate means. so, we can forget about watching or wondering when it will be restored. you are
on your own this morning. well, sort of. if you are on the bay bridge, take a look at the westbound ride. the 880 approach is now backed up beyond the bay bridge toll plaza for the westbound ride. we are backed up beyond 24 on 580. 24 is slow from before the caldecott tunnel. the drive time is over 30 minutes from here just to get to the bay bridge. look at the east shore freeway. it is already backed up in san pavlova in the westbound direction. if you are heading to the san mateo bridge, take a look, southbound 880 is backed up to 238 and northbound 880 is backed up towards in union city. this is slow out of a
lease industrial for the west bound mind to ride. there are wind advisories and for the san mateo bridge. thankfully, the traffic is relieved. the drive time is set 13 minutes but the bay bridge ride is still through growth. maligne >> as we take a look that the wind speeds you will notice that we are actually having 25 mi. per hour sustained winds. the strongest winds start in the east. as we take a look at the dust, oakland hills, or around berkeley with sauce 65 m.p.h. winds. we did see very strong winds. we do have a wind advisor rich
that could be extended. i will talk about how this is expected to last coming up. >> powerful winds and oakland left two people dead and all the is without power. this is some of them. one person was killed on sideline bowl bar and another person died when the power lines came down new fruit belt ave. this is a part of a story that we are following. >> looking at the pga the outages. there were over 10,000 people without power in the east bay. the majority outages are and there is a oakland and oakland hills. there's about 6600 customers without power in the north bay. 17 and the south bay. 49 on the
peninsula. they're still where the winds were not as a bed.ad. >> caput toned here to kron 4 as we followindyhere is the sr wattle trailed this fire burned 350 a.. residents are around shady oaks and would drive have been evacuate. the order was issued for 11:30 p.m. last night. the gymnasium has been opened for evacuates and the red cross is assisting. >> stay with kron4 as we follow the latest. we also
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>> welcome back. there is no bart service and as georgia just told us that bart stated that did not plant have any all morning long. you are not going to hold your breath. you should just move out and find a plan b. there is no bart service this morning. >> the other major story is the wind that we have seen coming to the bay area over night. we've been asking that you to send us your pictures of wind damage all morning. here are some of the pictures that you have sent in. you can see just how strong the winds are and the damage that it calls. if
you want to contribute since in your windy weather pictures. you can e-mail them to breakingnews @kron4.com or you can send them to the facebook page. >> we're live and we are taking a look at the temperatures on mount tam. the wind advisory is still in effect. when will they died down we will have the answer coming up.
>> the time is 7:12 a.m.. our developing story, no bart service. some people do not notice it until they arrive at the station. jackie sissel is live with more. >> and they are rushing here only to find faults that there's no service. little late right when you were talking someone walked up and i had to break the news. we are talking of seven hours after the fact. unfortunately, here at the millbrae station this picture says it all. bart closed, this is the picture, that is posted. pick for
showing up and they have no idea that the service is down. at 5:00 a.m. we were told 6:00 a.m. and now they are at san that you have to just find another way altogether because there down indefinitely. >> at the millbrae station there are dozens of people who use this to go to the airport. this is the busiest day for the airport because is the friday before thanksgiving. the good nils is that we found out that sfo will provide a bus bridge from the millbrae station to the airport for people who are here. this is a little bit of good nils. as far as bart, i keep having to break the news to people, there are two more people that are just had a breakfast to. you can see the shot in their eyes. >> you know this is not
running rights? >> no. are you sure? >> yes i am sure. there's no bart run indefinitely. >> all right. >> i guess of what the drive. >> do you use bart? >> the you know that bart is down? >> no. are you kidding if. i did i hear nothing about a strike. >> no it is not a strike, the system is down. >> well, i have to go get more righme a ride. >> just look at how he looks. wigans standard, wallets them into a second letter the come down shaking their heads. they're looking for ways to get out of the
station. so many people are getting dropped off. apparently, everyone has their i problem because they're not listening to the radio, they're not listening to the new spreas. >> we just all got their bart stated that state are going to be back up. but they're only a 50%. you does start telling them, >> well, it is not moving europe the millbrae station. >> george, we just got word that there of 50%. >> at this very second they will be back up right now, it's 50 percent. we will have the process soon as we see a train mold. we have several live shot set up. we will be able to see when the mold. >> that may provide relief
for passengers but it will not do any thing for the commute which is already slam. this is especially into san francisco. let's take a look, the bay bridge is an enormous backlog. it begins in san pavlova and the back of for highway 24 begins and around the. this is the bay bridge back up. it is backed up into oakland on the nimitz freeway. take a look at the traffic maps, this is the 580 ride and it is backed up beyond 13 to the costa caught. 580, is backed up beyond highway 24. the sensors are out of service. this is where the backup is beginning. this is going to the bay bridge toll plaza. we are backed up to the san mateo bridge
>> here is your ride for the san mateo bridge across the span, so far, it is looking good with no major problems. i am just getting instructions from the floor director but i have more traffic to show you. let's go back to the traffic maps. a again, this is the ride to contra costa county. this is a mother corridor that a certain are barred. southbound 680 is solid from highway 24 and westbound towards lafayette. i want to tell you about a problem where two lanes are blocked on 680 south were the police are there. it looks as
though with these two lanes that may stay blocked for a while. >> on this day many americans remember where they were when john f. kennedy dasthe widespread the murder of the party felt president has done one of the most discussed events in 20th-century. still, not everyone is convinced that gunman lee harvey oswald acted alone. tory dunnan is live and dallas with more. >> this is where he spent the last moments of his life and today they will have this ceremony that will on the l.a. memorial that will have an inscription on the bottom. next, obviously he
did not make it to that speech. >> dallas is one of the many places that are recognizing and remembering john f. kennedy. >> the time 7:19 a.m.. will be right back. >> coming up, we will go ♪ out people's tilto whole o parking have bids on theple's next people behaving badly. parking have bids on theple's with holiday magic in both parks, the happiest place on earth, just got merrier.
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you felt like a i can park here? >> there you have a least that was a on his answer. >> do you work for wole foods ? >> i work for channel 4. i do a segment called people behaving badly. >> injuries, well i guess i am behaving their lead. is that to get you mi crobiocits. >> nice car. >> thank you. what year is it? >> it is a 99. >> when did you get it? >> just recently, it has propane to power. >> then there was the driver of this bmw. is there
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is trying to catch people. is just stunning. >> in fremont, stanley roberts kron 4 news. >> the board overseeing the state's new health-insurance plan has voted to stick with it. that is expected to happen by end of the year. the decision also defies president of obamas requests to the insurance industry to continue policies that had been canceled for mature. the state's insurance commissioner has said that more than 1 million californians are getting notices at their current health insurance policies will be discontinued in 2014. >> today the state's health- care web site, covered california, is about to begin their first major upgrade. the website a crit will bring self-service and
roman online for small businesses and further streamline the individual consumer experience. >> coming up on kron4 morning news. we are watching bart to see when service might begin this morning. it is becoming a huge problem for people try morning. it is becoming a huge problem for people try to getwhatoes at first spooul tte le? ok. hoy bunches oats. ching! mmmm! mmmm! mm! it's thoats. honey. yeah. hoy bunches oats. is ia grt cereal.
percent capacity just about a minute to go. the fix the glitch in computer system and everything is working fine. . they a 100 percent capacity by a 15 this morning some damage is already done however. up to 1000 people were impacted last night when the trains for stopped. this is the result of a computer problem as central control where the system stopped communicating with track switches for some crudes to crank the switches manually. a lot of the commuter's really don't care what the problem is they just know they're getting to work late this morning. >>: this is worst than a strike. when you're on strike i was frustrated because i had to find a way to get over there and now they have me stuck here and
they aren't on strike and still another problem. >>: he didn't have any advance warning obviously >>: no warning know nothing. when he shot and you try to get somewhere and they throw this on you this rosy all behind. trains are running once again. a bird spokesperson says he doesn't believe there will be any other issues this morning and which is fixed. you can see commuter's rolling into the west oakland bart station right now. they are right now at 50 percent capacity and they helped to run all the trains by 8:00 this morning >>darya: wahl there are more issues because this has done lasting damage to the commute on the rolls because of the fallout right george? >>george: that's right. on the east bay traffic is jammed through contra costa and alameda counties this morning. and the bay bridge
really bearing the brunt of it. facts on highway 24 begin at the caldecott tunnel. for interstate 580 the guinness and apollo in downtown oakland for the nimitz freeway all approaches to the bay bridge are jammed this morning. with this westbound 24 ride. it now it's backing up beyond her rendell for the westbound 24 ride. looks like the back of began between orinda and lafayette. the ride on interstate 80 in the back of now all the way to highway 4 and that is the beginning of the bay bridge back up because that's the reason for the slow traffic here this morning and extremely slow there's a new hot spot
here interstate 580, the macarthur freeway heading through oakland. there are 150 something plastic debris has been spilled across at least two of this lanes and it's serious enough that it is really pretty and back up here. and looking at the rest of the traffic. continuing problems with slow going for southbound 683 south phone 242, westbound for. that's all part traffic this morning and the ride of 580 westbound. not so bad but drive times are still up from 42 to 44 minutes. we have another hot spot here and in fact, still do but the incident that caused at least it is clear. if there was police activity. an investigation of a person found on the roadway. they have been transported to the hospital so the scene has been cleared. but there were too lanes blocked at washington backing of the traffic all along the bus and no great. south bay freeways 3 here's a quick look. you concede that there
are slow but not as bad as a normal commute day. erica? >>erica: on this friday morning we are waking up to windy weather. especially in the east bay. preteen sustained winds in vallejo. the winds have really died down for the rest of the bay area looks like we're still sing gusty conditions for those of you on the delta. the wind advisory expires for most at 10:00 this morning but has been extended to it later on this evening for the north bay mountains. expect reconditions with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. we have some interesting changes as we pushing closer to the thanksgiving holiday. i'll be breaking down their 7 day around the bay forecast coming up in 50 minutes. -- 15 minutes. >>mark:
high winds around the bay area have knocked out power to thousands. thousands of pg&e customers are without power this morning. 25,000 are without power in the east bay. 8,500 in the north bay 105 are with out power along the peninsula. and 15 customers in the south bay. kron4's will tran has an update. >>will: fortunately it looks like the branches are only touching the house and it didn't go through it. you can see this not a lot of the branches down here at oakland avenue in mariposa. this is our fourth location this morning as far as trees. we talked to the oakland police department and said at least 50 to 60
trees went out overnight which is why it has taken a lot longer than usual to clear up all these trees and remove them so people can get to their destinations simply because the crews are scrambling all over the place. this location. it doesn't seem like anyone was injured but this car does it look like it's going anywhere unless somebody comes out and picks up the bridges or in some cases they may have to be cut up. back to you. >>mark: thanks a lot will. >>james: rain fell as snow and the st are greeted us to refine kron4's j.r. stone >>j.r.: it is cold outside. hopefully we'll get some scheme under way and a little while. joined this morning by selling gunter here. what do we have a store today? is this opening day here.
>>: yes it's opening day for the 20132014 season. we it we are very excited. we hope to open up at 9:00 a.m. with the tamarack expressed grid 1.5 mi. of scheme available for gas. however, we are taking a look at the weather and winds may impact lift operation. >>j.r.: snow is certainly not the issue this morning because of those high elevations we have the snow but it's a chilly out there. and it's windy out there. >>: it is chilly and a little breezy so we encourage people to dress warm. we are taking a look at it and they're going to do whatever it takes. if we are unable to open today, will open tomorrow with a saturday the 23rd at 8:00 a.m. with the same operations. so this note there is terrific. we have new fresh snow this week. we've also been able to make snow with arsenal makers so the conditions are going to be great when we are able to open for it >>j.r.: use a little breezy
their print a little 45 mi. per hour breeze off some of these peaks but that's one of the things that they're looking at right now because they want to make sure it's safe. >>: rights. we have people up there at the top looking at it and inspecting and they're going to make the right decision but we are moving forward like we are opening. people are in place, the staff is separate we are ready to go and the crowd is very excited. >>j.r.: thank you sally gunter print will come back in the next hour. of we will have more good news that will be able to get up on the hills and see some skiers by the 9:00 time this morning. now back to you in the studio. >>james: thanks a lot for that report to j are pretty looks very nice of there. >>darya: will be back on the kron4 morning news and a couple of minutes. getting close to a big weekend in football. we'll be talking
>>darya: 740. the new x boxes here and microsoft launching the new is the video game consoles at midnight. this is the video of all the people in new york line of to get one. this was a big party saw a lot of people came in costume. bay avenue dead rising three game 3 the son of rome. the door dressed up. for 500 bucks you have to pay to get that new x box. it is cutting eds graphics and voice at the reddick commands and new ways of watching tv and the new x box one competes with the new sony play station 4. that was said to release
last week. >>james: small businesses and oakland are offering an alternative to black friday shopping for they're calling it plaza friday. more than 45 local stores--plaid friday. more than 45 local stores and 30 artisans will participate. the event is meant to spur the local economy as a lover local artists. it will kick off on november 29th and led some square and broadway and telegraph. the city is offering free parking at meters in city-owned lots and garages for plaid friday. >>darya: you can see the back up at the bridge due to the fallout of the bart trains now only at 50 percent service. we will be right back.
>>george: major problems this morning putting problems on the freeway. take a look here. as for luck first look at interstate 80 and the westbound direction. fact of all the lights on highway 4 for your ride here. westbound 24 through the caldecott tunnel. and now expect more slowing with an accident inside the ride aboard. thankfully there is a soldier there. slow going
for the nimitz for a good post office and the north bound direction big delays for your bay bridge ride this morning. as well as problems for your ride to the san mateo bridge. a reminder that there was debris and all lanes near 100. westbound for south bay to 423680. el westbound traffic over the dublin grade join the heavy traffic
you would expect with limited bart service now coming out of the pleasanton. another hot spot continues to slow the ride for the soul gray the southbound. that's been cleared out of the traffic remains a back up and down to the so grave. >>erica: 25 mi. per hour sustained winds. attend out the door. the ones actually died down compared to when we started the broad cast. expect breezy conditions. sunny skies. 67 on the door
for oakland. mild weather will carry us into the weekend. and as we start the next week we're now looking at a 50 percent chance for showers. >>darya: good morning gary. >>james: the morning darya. >>darya: are going into the new game and the odds are so extensive. 31 and a half point favorite. >>darya: we have nothing to lose. going into the biggest underdog.
>>darya: how about. i like the story of this month going. i don't know if he's better than prior to coming from them coming from the undrafted penn state where they were a walk on and now he starts again. >>gary: his played won a game. i'll never forget one of vern glenn started at kron. q guy what is the fun. i had to keep trudging along to and finally people respect what i did. >>darya: so you then will have a quarterback controversy brewing of art as will have to wait to see how he performs on a sunday. >>darya: you cannot have a controversy if people care. --you can only have a
he was so excited he jumps up on the gold coast and vented. this guy is 6 ft. 7 265 lbs.. >>darya: looks like they're facing in property fine. >>darya: no kidding right. it seems like a signs at one point to the falcons quarterback did the very same kick the that the 49ers did to breeze. and how about the warriors' 3 did not watch them tonight. >>james: when you come back from that injury. if he's smart and you don't rush it.
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and are developing story tens of thousands of bart rider stranded this morning. no service. trains are slowly getting up and running. we have a team coverage. kron4's michaelson is that the west oakland bart station. how are things looking. the computer technicians fix the glitch average rents are running once again. currently there in the process of wrapping up to 100 percent capacity. the news as they make their way to bart stations. marks
says the problem the started over midnight. a team of computer technicians worked to solve the problem. at a less than an hour ago. at about 7:15 a.m. we are starting service again. we will be ramping up to 100 percent capacity. about a 30 or so we should be at full capacity. >>: here you can see people sleeping overnight on 19 stranded trains. they should
have full-service resumed by 9 this morning. big change to what we started. >>: i think your san-as i'm glad you are seen happen commuters. but that doesn't hold true for the traffic around the bay area of. >>george: the interstate 80 ride back of begins and hercules. it begins at lafayette. it began an almost alejandro for five a the end in downtown oakland for the nimitz freeway. here's a look at the toll plaza. when the advisers have been in effect for nearly all the bay area bridges except the down bar- chen. looking 24. there's a further problem. it was clear to the shoulder. that
has taken some of the pressure off. interstate 80. a look at this westbound 580 backed up into richmond and backed up solidly into pinole. and for no valley road and that direction. the nimitz freeway. here's the slow traffic on the approach to the san mateo bridge. this is a much better alternate to the bay bridge. tracking some other hot spot for real. let's go back to the traffic the maps in the east bay. delays on 580 getting out toward highway 13. and macarthur there was a spill of debris and we have continuing problems on the ride for interstate 680 and the southbound
direction here at the sun no grade residual slowing. >>erica: the good news is the land will die down. when the advisory expires at 10:00 this morning for most of us. it will still be in affect for the north bay hills but chelsea went not as bad as when we started the morning off. it's still pretty dusty and the higher elevations especially in the east bay hills. take a look at peak us. the oakland hills on our reading of 65 small per hour wind gusts. most of these readings are actually from late last night. more on their friday forecast. i bring up your afternoon highs in the 7 day coming up in 15 minutes. in oakland two people were killed and thousands still without power. one person
was killed when a tree found their vehicle on skyline boulevard. another person died when a power lawn came down near for of the all ave. kron4's will tran has been around the oakland area and the oakland hills assessing the damage. the bill >>: a lot of times you can blame the rain on the trees pirie if the industry looks relatively healthy. you can see when it split open it was fresh inside. there was no match for the strong winds overnight. fortunately it did not go through the house. no injuries at this location. all over oakland.
we're talking to the oakland police department and it's coming at least 50 to 60 trees all over oakland. unfortunately in some cases the men took hours. probably into the afternoon because this came out of nowhere. they're scrambling in some cases they were called on ted dead-end street of the tree came down those people are usually stranded because they can't get to those places fast as the people would like. willis is open to the people who need to go and say the award. >>james: here are the latest numbers from pg&e. these weather like heyman. we've just updated this graphic
story of greed and east bay we have about the 13,000 customers without power. and the north bay and has fallen to on the peninsula 56 customers currently and the darker it again restoration as a ongoing thing. >>darya:high winds fuel a vegetation fire in napa county that has forced mandatory evacuations for some residents. the fire has burned 350 acres so far. kron4's terisa estacio is live with an update. >>terisa: right now the latest information that we have is that there is 300 a. that have burned so far and 50 percent containment. fire
officials as i was listening and to the briefing is talking about wanting aircraft so they can start making some drops. they are talking about those evacuation orders that are in effect right now. right now there is an evacuation order cassettes and silverado trail. an evacuation center has been set up at napa high-school. fire officials are also very concerned about the windy conditions. they're talking about the when gus coming up and that was certainly a problem yesterday when the fire fold first broke out. we'll be having an interview with one of the people in charge here shortly. but that's the latest here in napa. terisa estacio kron 4 news. >>darya: keep its own share to kron4 as we follow the when the weather and what were and 4 for the rest of the weekend. we also want to see your pictures if you had any damage because there has been a lot of damage fruit will share with you on our facebook twitter and are
website as well as our mobile app. a great way to be able to check the weather on the go. >>mark: command on the kron4 morning knows of an update on bart service for its wheels have michael yankee to talk about the latest with the bart and the contracts. and what's happening with labour and management. we'll have the latest ahead. and it's city honors pitfall one president. i will bring you the story of the 50th anniversary of john f. kennedy's assassination.
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back to the agreement are non agreement for bart trains. even in the midst of this computer computer malfunction. everyone thought this would be a simple approval of the contract that the unions already approved. well now they don't like the family leave act. the question seems to be how did this get past bart management. how did this all through the negotiation and how was this in the final version and how did bart management not see it. >>: let's start with a major one. yet to think in some karmic revenge and the stars of what happened last nine. whatever happened, it's interesting timing. here's the big question. who was really responsible for reading these agreements for bart. hired somebody to go through this. the fact of
matter it is basic contract lost three you look it over before you do it unless both of you agree that this mistake this is what you're bound by. now the fact is the contract is for indicated on a ratification vote by the unions and by the bart board so centrally there's no contract in place if the bart board don't do it. they approved it without that one provision. it's unclear as to whether or not that. it would be as if you get your insurance policy from the bottle bill. so essentially i don't think they're going to strike. i think the political fallout from the last two strikes is too much. i don't think the
in and want to risk it. that will probably go deal with it in court. they may order the bart board to cement arbitration. that may go to the there's a lot of interesting possibilities. but no one is actually talking about the provision itself. they always talk about how what it may or may not cost a bit of talk about how this really means because family medical leave is something that was fought for by employees in this country for probably about 30 or 40 years and ironically, this year is the 20th anniversary of the family medical leave act nationally which actually give somebody 12 weeks of unpaid leave but when you look around there's a survey done by the senate in 2008 and in the fortune top 100 companies most of them give anywhere 28 to 14 weeks of paid family medical leave. google gives up to five months for a mother. seven weeks for a father and this additional time for family members as well. all paid.
so part of it is we have this incredible rates to the bottom cause i think a lot of rage is people going to have a problem. studies show that when you take most people will take time off to take care of a sick family member not only maybe they will lose their jobs and economic glistens them to the brink of ruin. >>mark: not in the meantime our workers are working under the previous contract. i have no idea. i would assume that if bart were smart. for the pay and health and other things they would keep those things going and agree to let the car the courts take this out three if there were tried to impose the old contract or simply impose its which really they could do, i think he would have some interesting things more
than computer malfunctions in the middle of this street >>darya: a lot of people say today's breakdown of bart where there was no more service is worse than the strike because nobody planned for. nobody knew about it. >>mark: and our big story continuing. was check-in on the commute >>george: we still are dealing with it. even the service is being restored all parts the damage has been done to the commute. off route contra costa and alameda counties. take a look and bay bridges. the 880 approach is back up completely over the toll plaza. all the way to 980 on the nimitz freeway in the northbound direction. but to go look at the rest of the backups. 24 is backed up all the way for a vote or run up to lafayette's. 13 north
bound back up for it 580 is backed up westbound highway 4 south about 680. southbound to 42 all ims this morning. and your ride to the san mateo bridge is finally caught up with us. all this heavy traffic trying to get westward out towards 92. southbound 880, north bound 880 already badly back up. in fact, let's take a look at the san mateo bridge ride right now reconsider stop and go conditions finally hit the toll plaza and moved westward out towards the base of the high rise. so the delays will be in place for a while. if this is your normal ride use the dumbarton bridge instead.
>>erica: and george the wins actually fairly calm. nothing like what we experienced last night. that when the advisory states in effect until 10:00 this morning for most of us and has extended into this evening for those of you and the north bay mountains. as we head into the afternoon it will be a breezy day. temperatures warmer than 66 degrees your high and vallejo and plenty of sunshine expect seasonal temperatures, mid-60s today for downtown san francisco. for those of you heading to the 116 to big game at stanford stadium, of course there are facing off against the golden state bears 3 start time as 1:00. temperatures will be in the mid-60s. plenty of sunshine. make sure you have a blue and gold jacket as you head out to watch the game. plenty of sunshine will not only carry us into the
assassinated some 50 years ago. we're just steps away from the 646 sixth floor window of the depository building. our ride by the grassy knoll where people gather to see kennedy is a drive by. this is the area where he spent the last few moments of his life and today he will be remembered here. november 22, 1963, the world watched the news and horror and an aggrieved. >>: a shocked nation and wheat. >>: the assassination of john f. kennedy for ever change the country and the city of dallas. >>: it was november. a warmest day. >>: hugh james worth was a reporter for the dallas daily news. he witnessed the assassination. >>: we didn't know who was shooting how many were shooting for were the shots were coming from. >>:, waned as the sunday editor for the dallas morning news. headlines from
the chaotic week reflect the pain anchor and confusion of the time. s, eventually people across the country began to say it is dallas this to get paid. our reply mandela's for the assassination of jfk. >>: many are reliving that judgment are remembering by reliving the fateful day. and taking towards like this one that help people understand what it was like to be here in dallas on that day some 50 years ago. memories and still bring people to dallas for it it took me right back to 1963. honoring a president whose life and legacy were cut short. >>: it was just a great shock. among the city of dallas osama struggled with how to deal with this event. as fact in the event happening today as the first
official one that the city has ever had honoring president kennedy. i also want to show you this. a local paper. they decided to reprint the front page of newspaper on november 23rd some 50 years ago. today as an opportunity to remember that day but also look forward. in dallas,im tory dunnan reporting. >>mark: we are surveying the damage from high land and power outages. bart trains are not at 100 percent capacity but 50 per cent. we'll be right back.
commuters and during everything. >>: there are and a much better mood of an earlier. bart service is nearly back to full capacity good news for commuters after a very frustrating early morning commute. computer technicians managed to solve a glitch in bart trains resumed service. byrd says the problem started just after midnight. the computer system at central control stopped communicating with a manual switches. a team of computer technicians of the problem but for many commuter's the damage is done. i spoke with one of fresh credit commuter this morning. >>: now this is another frustrating part. it's not getting on people's nerves is getting on the public's unnerves about how bart is doing. this table and the city alive to come over here. everything is
disruptive. everything is messed up now. >>: here you can see people sleeping overnight of one of the '90s transit trains. some commanders and back again until after 3 this morning. other commuters had to call off 04 because their lives too late. many people are stressed after dealing with to bart strike and a lot of commuter's tell me that this is actually worse than the strike because there was no advance notice not knowing the bart train would not be of service this morning. but in the next and 50 minutes bart should be up to full capacity. we will keep you updated. >>george: know better hot spot however and the traffic center. we're saying the tearing-judge deteriorating conditions. the worst traffic is the traffic that took to the route because of the bart problem so contra costa and alameda counties are jammed right now. here's a look pitcher bay bridge
ride. all the approaches are extremely slow. the heavy traffic leading for the san mateo bridge has finally caught up as we now have slow and go stop and go conditions for 90 percent of the span out to the base of i rise. let's take a look at the slow spots. here's a look pitcher approach to the bay bridge. 580 backed up all the way to castro valley. westbound 24 backed up all the way to walnut creek. and we are back up to put no for the e shore freeway ride in getting to the bay bridge street the worst of it is for people who would normally commuted to the bay bridge the didn't know about these problems so instead, had to face of this additional traffic. and here are the delays getting to the san mateo bridge. that traffic easing a bit on westbound i did to a still happy about the directions on the nimitz freeway approaching highway 92.
here's the slowdown of 580. and additional delays and now with additional problems for 680 southbound in the fremont area. at first it was a police action at washington. then we had several incidents since then once again backing up the traffic on this and no great southbound. in the picture weather. here's erica. >>erica: here's a look at her hat lines. it will be a mild after know. with plenty of sunshine on tab as we head into the weekend. we do have the possibility to see some showers as we head into the holiday period of the breaking down a portion of the forecast coming up and a couple of minutes. the
here's the latest from pg&e. they reporting 13,000 people without power and east ave. the bulk of that is an oakland and then the oakland hills they saw some of the strongest gus and the early morning hours this morning. we also have and the north bay 6800. i don't think it's 6800 but will double check. south bay is at 13. the plant's costs and an awful lot of problems. kron4's will tran has been surveying the damage. he's in oakland now with more. >>will: fortunately i just
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>> welcome back. the time is 8:39 a.m.. it is beginning to look a lot like winter in the lake tahoe area and especially with ski resorts officially opening. kron4 j.r. stone is live at the heavenly ski resort with more. >> i can tell you that i had to bring an expert because we received a new is that they were not going to open here at heavenly but this is a not an issue of snow. >> the conditions are great it is just that the wind is causing a problem. this will set us up nicely for tomorrow. we evaluated this and we make the best decision. we will hold off
until tomorrow morning 8:30 a.m.. >> we will try this again tomorrow. i have been talking to people all morning long. they have lines out here since 6:00 a.m.. fiscal started showing up early tried to get on the hills. we're talking about not just a breeze bus sustained winds. even some of the peaks in the area and some of the weather people are saying that about a hundred miles per hour. this is a definite concern you cannot put people up there. >> our guest safety is our number one priority here is heavenly. we prepare and we did want open but looking at the forecast tomorrow the winds will not be an issue. i think everyone will be very excited. >> unfortunately, we do not have kraals of people behind
us. but again the nils a flash, and when it's just too heavy to open up here at heavenly. >> i spoke to a a few minutes ago. she did not get to go on the hill, she is from overseas. she started to yodel. >> i cannot wait for that the j.r.. >> we will take a break the time is 8:42 a.m.. [ male announcer ] with at&t,
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looks to change all the time but the process and figure it out how to make the systems to talk to our phones has increased. >> if they want to use this device in their phone, they're not sure how to do it in a safe way. >> this is the ideas of how things work in the future, apparently, he is in our pockets. >> i'm already paying $67 a month on my phone. why can i not make my car work. >> blow to is a, is just the beginning. -boards are born to go big screen. >> find me a nearby gas station. >> of course, more tech means more risk. companies are working to keep hackers out.
>> a lot of these things, the car might store and then and i wanted but have access to that. the street, you'll have to be informed without being distracted. >> people are born to use these features in what. it is just an opportunity for manufacturers to be a part of the solution and not problem. >> the best case scenario is that when they get in the car that could switch over from their phone to their car. >> forget about the three dolls of dollar navigation center. all i want something in my dashboard were canceled in my on my pet theory >> that was your tech report. >> today is one of the busiest travel days of the year, and so far for bay area commuters it has been quite a hassle. kron4 jackie says sissel is live sfo with
more. >> for a lot of people who normally take bart, it was quite the trip. as you stated it is getaway friday. for the long as we talk about the wisdom of the four banks given as been the busiest but now is friday, over the next eight to nine days at sfo they expect to see about a million people role in and out. some of them will be most the departing flights which is huge for them. they stated that today, is their biggest and they expect to see people by the hundreds. i was here earlier this morning and it was packed, they have lines spread it is really not that bad. obviously, as the day wears
on were want to see more and more people coming into sfo. we say this every year, we have great weather, if you are coming here to that you should expect to see some delays long lines and you should give yourself more time. call ahead just to make sure your carrier is okay. >> at least you have sunshine, that is always a plus. >> it would not-78 bad idea if the planes are running late because the traffic to the airport is still running late. we're way behind the bay bridge and the san mateo bridge. the backups are tremendous. let's start with the look at the back up. the nimitz, northbound, is backed up to 980. i cannot remember the last time that i saw this. 580 in the
westbound direction is backed up way beyond highway 13 and san leandro. the east shore freeway is backed up into a hercules. we're still and jim up on westbound 24. the westbound 4 has east and the approach to the san mateo bridge is still fairly heavy. the 680 ride, southbound from busload grave is backed up all with the dublin. there have been very late delays. there was a series of problems the start with that person from the road way. >> look at the south bay right, the conditions are not as bad. it is still heavy enough on 1 01 northbound >> let's take it live
outside. this is from our mount tam cam. the camera is still shaking a round. it is still very windy. 32 mi. per hour winds for fairfield and 21 out the door in vallejo. the wind is, but still gusty in fairfield. we have a wind advisory for just about everyone until today and. this advisory has been extended. until we reach that point we do have of the possibility of downed trees, and downed power lines career >. >> right now the temperatures in the low 60's for those of you and at napa. we will see widespread upper 60s oakland will have
a high of 67 and 55 for livermore valley. the 7 day around the bay shows sunshine and mild conditions. as we start the next work week there will be big changes coming. we're talking about a storm coming with that 50 percent chance of showers. >> the board overseeing the state's new health-insurance exchange has voted to stick with its current plan and phase out policies that do not meet the current requirements. that is expected to happen by the end of the year. the decision defies the president of obamas request to the insurance industry to continue policies that have been cancelled for another year. the state's insurance commissioner has said that more than 1 million californians are getting notices that their current health insurance policies will be discontinued in 2014 because of the new federal health care law. >> they knelt for you,
covered california, is about to begin a major upgrade. the website upgrade will bring self-service and roman online for small businesses and further streamline the individual consumer experience. that means that the aroma portal may be taken off my today enter the week and what improvements are installed. >> the time now is 8:63 a.m.. we are still following the commute. we will be right back.
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>> bart trains are running at limited service-- 50-percent capacity. kron 4's mike pelton is at west oakland bart station with the latest. mike. >> and good nils for commuters, they have 56 out of 52 of their trains working. they have resumed service to 7:15 a.m.. you can see that the trains are running and they stated that the problem started after midnight. its stock communicating so they had to mandalay crank the switches. the computer technician had to solve the problem before the trends could be back up. many people are late to work. >> i i go to work relate
early, two to three hours early because of problems like this. that is why i always did up early. >> do you always anticipate something to happen? >> always, with bart always. if you have to get up early so you will know what is going on. >> here you can see people are sleeping overnight on mondays 19 stranded buses. some commissioners did i get home until 3:00 a.m. and some arrived early and some of the bart was not running. they stated this was a big mess and they were frustrated. a lot the commuters tell me that this is worse than the bart's strike because they had no investment is. there are back up and they're working to get back to full capacity pripet it just feels just like a mother friday.
>>another friday. maligned we are jail and then slam on the bay bridge. >> take a look that the traffic maps is 24 ride. these are backed up all the way to downtown oakland. the east shore freeway, is still backed up into pinole. the westbound ride on 24 is backed up nearly to walnut creek. it is a jammed on 680 southbound and the 242. san ramon is heavy, 580 westbound is heavy, 680 is a hot spot in his own right. traffic is backed up all away from the dublin interchange. we have had
multiple problems and the southbound direction. the san mateo bridges also stop and go. there are so many people started to had been in this direction to get away from the bay bridge. >> the wind up right now has died down take a look, fairfield is 32 mi. per hour. we did see some very gusty winds over night and yesterday evening. oakland had 65 mi. per hour winds. 49 mi. per hour winds across the benicia bridge. nothing compared to that we have a wind advisor reinfected and i will talk about just how low wind advisory will last. >> powerful winds in oakland left two people dead overnight. and thousands without power. here's video of just some of the damage in oakland's rockridge neighborhood.
one person was killed when a tree fell on their vehicle on skyline boulevard. and another person died when a power line came down on austin street near fruitvale avenue. kron four's will tran is live in oakland with more on what the damage is like there. will? >> i i am all in oakland. i am one piedmont ave. you can see that the city had to come out because this is such a huge street and what you see here, this is pretty indicative of piedmont ave. they took the tree out the roads. this is just one site. it this is pretty much-status is as all over oakland. about 50 to 60 entries have failed. a lot of places, those trees are
young, pretty healthy if you look here. you could see that a lot times the street's go down because there are arriving. in this case, a busy street, they make sure that everything is up and up, is still all went down. unfortunate, the traffic is moving along just fine with no injuries. >> a developing story out of napa county this morning. high winds sparked a vegetation fire overnight that has forced mandatory evacuations for some residents. kron four's terisa estacio is in the north bay this morning with an update. >> there is a briefing going on for the fire officials endeavoring to have a battle plan to get on top of this fire. right now, the latest
information is that we have 300 a. that have burned. 50 percent contained. fire officials, as i was listening in, that wanted to launch aircraft so that the star making drops on the fire. they're talking about evacuation orders and right now, there is an evacuation order for a couple of roads the center has been set up at napa high school. fire officials are concerned about the windy conditions. they're talking about a wind gust and that caused a problem yesterday. we will have an interview with one of the people in charge shortly. that is the latest in napa. >> and keep it tuned here to kron 4 as we follow the windy weather all morning.
we also want to see your send them to breaking news- at- kron-dot-com or in a message to our facebook page. we will be sharing windy weather pictures all morning. >> joseph naso. the man convicted of killing four women in california. will learn his fate today in court. a jury has recommended the death sentence after finding the 79-year-old former photographer guilty of murder. he could be sentenced to death, even though executions have been on hold in the state since 2006. naso was convicted of killing four women, all with matching initials. he represented himself at trial. telling the jury he did not kill those women and that he was no monster. but evidence proved otherwise. with photos from naso's home showing partially nude women appearing dead or knocked out, and a journal describing rapes of numerous women. >> we will be right back. to we will follow the latest with bart spread the trains
>> i guess the senate is tired of of filibusters. they have changed the loss. >> it looks like a lot of days that president obama put it into were held by filibusters rely >> it means a lot but not really. when you think about call the role of congress and the president has changed over the years, the president usually had a chance to staff his cabinet. we're talk about the secretaries, a lot of the people's there were born in a confirmation screen in the past few years the number of appointments that are just vacant. how can you run a government without it? >> in the old days, it was
something that was object to alta loma person. the-that's tht essentially puts it in the same track procedural way for the president. they kept this up for a supreme court justices. relate there should not be a reason why every appointment of to the secretary should be held hostage are a few senators. >> this is more than just filibusters, you put these anonymous holds on someone and the senate less to do. >> the filibuster, is becoming to be a deadly toll. it is mind-boggling. >> you saw how much the threat of a filibuster affected the market's curren.
>> the republicans stated this winter there are in charge of the senate, it may come back to bite them. >> again, this is not changing the filibuster but just for a presidential appointments in the cabinet level. it can still happen, though former or health care act. >> we're all markets 50 years of the assassination of jfk. i was looking at estimates about 40,000 books. and this message lives on as we remember him. >> i think it should live on, this is a president who gave an enormous inspiration to a country. we have won world war 2. this is not just as someone, he
energized the young people and he--it is just amazing what he did. when you think of how he started the civil rights a moment, there are not the things that he did. he mostly the projected integrity for this country. >> we will remember what he did for this company. maligned the time is 9:17 a.m.. >> bart reports the there are back in full service and that there trains are running on time. that means said they are up ahead 12 minutes. it does not man that the passengers are still seen delays. the damage to the freeway, has
been done. take a look at the bay bridge, was on a still completely jammed up on all the approaches. this is all back but try to give either to 92 or 2 interstate 80. take a look of the approach, the east shore freeway, 24, 580, they're all a bit late backed up. we are still slow for the southbound six a ride. we are still backed up on the nimitz freeway here, there are major delays for interstate 680 in the south bound direction leading down to the slow gray. i want to return to san francisco where we have heavy traffic fell trying to get into the city. it looks like a new slow down on the upper deck. i believe there may be a new incident and i will investigate that. >> let's get a check of the weather. >> and i want to focus on
the wind speeds. it will finish at diminishing but we're still dealing with 35 mi. per hour sustained winds. this has been the worst this morning praye and. te wind advisory is still in effect for the next 45 minutes. the adviser has been extended until later on to buy from the north. if you see any downed power lines or trees make sure you send me an e-mail. the temperatures are very smiles and we're already a the six is for vallejo and napa. san mattel is cooler at 49 degrees and will make a fourth and afternoon. >> those of you heading to the big game tamara's at stanford. the start time is 1:00 p.m.. plenty of
sunshine expected will temperatures in the mid-60s. make sure that to grab your blue and gold sweater. mile conditions will carry into the start of next week the past but, will return, a 50% chance. >> we will be right back as the kron4 morning news continues. we will have more on this 50th anniversary every of jfon jfk.
assassinated some 50 years ago. we are right by the grassy area where people will stand. this is the area where he spent the last moments of his life. now, today he will be remembered. maligned the motorcade moves. >> november 27th, 1963, the world watched in horror and grief. >> a shock to the nation. >> the assassination of jfk forever change the country, and the city of dallas. >> he was 32 years old for the dallas morning news. he witnessed the assassination. >> it was pandemonium. we did not know who was shooting or how many was shooting. >> in this headline, it says a lot. he is editor and headlines from that which
reflected the pain and anger at the time. >> eventually, people across the country began to say that this was a city of hate. >> this is the first shot. >> many are marking this are reliving the fateful day. looking at this-- >> taking tours like this one to help people understand what was like to be here in dallas on that day some 50 years ago. >> right here, is where the shots rang are. >> this still brings people to dallas. >> it took me right back to 1963. >> i'm telling a young president whose life and legacy was cut short. >> the city of dallas has trouble with how they will deal with that, this is the first official on the the
city has had thomas president this is a local paper the decided to reprint. this is some 50 years ago and it stated that kennedy's slain on dallas trees. for people to remember this, in dallas, reporting. >> >> will have the latest on the power outages the are still in the area as well as some of the of the damage. >> we will have an update on bart, most of their trains are running.
>> oh, ok. >> digital the board was not working? >> no. >> did we just have bart strike, i thought we would of had all this taking care of. >> the know that it is not running? >> no, i did not know that. are you sure? >> am i sure? >> what. >> they're having computer problems for re. >> march is now working bread >> you are kidding me. i did not hear enough about a strike. >> >> commuters were weather and the storm, that was brought about by a computer
problem. then bart service was restored but the commute is still backed up. >> we're still jindal with your contra costa county. especially, the approach to the bay bridge. the ride has not much improved. let's get the 880 approach. look at how slow is. this is part of the reason why. as we take a look at the back up. i will show you first the macarthur mayes. this is the east shore freeway approach, 580 approach, and the nimitz is only starting to improve just a little bit. the drive time is over 45 minutes from highway 24. the backup begins before the caldecott tunnel. >> the approaches are also heavy, some improvements for the walnut creek commute.
the commute to the san mateo bridge has always been bad but we have seen a bigger break. here's a look at the san mateo bridge, it was stop and go before but now it is opening up. >> a beautiful day outside. >> it is beautiful, but breezy. it is 22 outdoor. the wind has been dying down and we will hold on to breezy conditions. the wind advisor expires at 10:00 a.m.. as we head into the weekend, it, and dry, mauled whether there will be carried into next week. we do have wet weather on away and it may arrive by banks giving that. i will show you the seven day coming up. we are now getting >> pictures.
>> kron four's will tran is live in oakland with more on >> i am here in napa were able briefing just a place to get the upper hand on the fire that has been burning since thursday. kron 4 news just obtained this video from a firefighter who was out on the front line battling the fire thursday as of friday. as you see, this was an intense fire. it still is, the flames were reaching high up into the air, there were hot, the winds were not helping. i just spoke with calc fire a lot plan and listen in. >> what is the latest? >> the fire is about 300 a. and we have crews salon and the perimeter of the fire.
we want to make sure that nothing else heats up with the wind. >> we had winds that were sustained 20 to 30 mi. per hour last night. the forecasted that we would have those again today. the northerly winds are much it dryer. there are more and very low humidity. >> there were no structures destroyed, one of infrastructure but we do have a mandatory evacuation in certain areas. >> and thank you for joining us. >> that was the latest here in napa. we will be of years to get the new information as soon as it becomes >> a lot of trees are still down in the bay area. kron4 will tran has more. >> i love my driving hours.
the reason why we're all over here because the streets toppled >> this is such a busy street the they got here early. they just need to have a city crew come in and pick up. this is pretty much the scene up and down piedmont ave. we saw it on college avenue and other places. trees fell on curves and when the trees can daunt is about the power and a lot of people were left in the dark including businesses. if you live or from this location-yes >> yes is there a couple blocks off. what time did the power krocomeback on? >> this is so long as i have
never experienced a power outage. i was in the dark from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.. >> so off for hours she was sitting in the dark. about 50 to 60 trees came on in oakland. >> i'm shocked, angry. >> hundreds of march's at san jose state demanding action. the protest follows accusations, that a black student was the victim of a hate crime by some of the people live on his campus dorm. three white students are facing charges. kron4 charles clifford reports. >> the student and faculty
take pride in the diversity. was three students were charged with hate crimes is struck a mercury >> hundreds of students, community members marched across the campus on their side. they're angry that 18 year-old black freshmen was harassed on campus by his white bromates. >> the alleged abuse started last august in his dorm, the victims stated that he was bullet and tortured for months. he stated that his attackers put a buy clock around his neck and trapped him in the closet and had a confederate flag. he stated that the call and racial slurs. the santa clara district attorney it filed a misdemeanor, battery, hate crime the deputy district attorney stated this is more than just young men playing pranks. >> he was the only african- american kids in that group of eight, he was the one,
that was in the other. there were not pranks' being played on the older kids, there were played on him. >> the school also responded to this situation by suspended all three students and launching their own investigation. san jose state vice president stated that the faculty is appalled. >> and in that it was inappropriate. it is still happening today, we are rage. >> the victim has not been identified or spoken publicly. his attackers are 19, 18, and 18. all three of these students are expected to surrender to police if they have not already. if convicted, that to be punished from probation to a year in jail and also they still may face penalties from the school. >> charles clifford, kron 4 news. >> today is one the busiest
travel days of year-- and so far for bay area commuters it's been quite a hassle. kron four's jackie sissel is live at s-f-o with more on how things are looking there. >> they usually is the wednesday before the eggs given but now it has withstood today, as far as sfo, they consider this to be the busiest and expect to see about a hundred thousand people come in and out. just today along. stunning today, sunday. they expect to see about a million people all in all coming. let's face it, the weather is great, we have no problems but if you are traveling used to plan ahead, call your carrier and make sure you are not affected by this. the other thing is that as the day wears off, just because a slow, the does not mean it
will be that way. you should expect long lines, and an extra 45 minutes and understand if she was a long line. >> all the time you add all that up try to get their you will want to the pri nearly. there's something that we will continue to follow. >> coming up, we visited case storer in fremont to see how people are parked in. this will be coming up in people behaving badly.
lawn (male annoucer): now here is stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> so you know i have to ask you a question what kind of car is this yea i know over at the whole foods in fremont there are parking spaces for electric vehicles and clean air vehicles but it not uncommon to find regular vehicles taking up the clean air vehicle spaces
>> i just wanted you know why you parked in a clean air vehicles spot because i wanted to fair enough not a clen air vehicle oh no so you felt like hey i can park here exact . >> there you have it at least that was a honest answer >> do you work for whole foods i work for channel 4 i do a segment called people behaving badly jeez well i guess i'm behaving badly is that to get you microbiocits no the parking here is designed very poorly ok i mean its always conjested hat to get into the light horrible and that lights horrible >> even the mailman ignored the reserved parking spaces then for some strange reason why you park in the clean air spot ok maligneddecieded to move his mail truck to a regular parking space >> then the man with the propaned powered car reappeared >> why did you park here im
just curious oh i was in a hurry that why oh ok you know people behaving badly >> i spoke to whole foods who don't own the parking lot but they did tell me the "clean air vehicle" spots are in place to help raise awareness of low- emissions vehicles and provide an incentive for people to drive them. we don't police the spots; it's an honor >> you be all up on the news trying to catch people ans stuff it's just funny in fremont somebody's going to catch you one day stanley roberts kron 4 >>
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many people took to the road instead. we still have an outbreak is a big back up for the approach. this is regardless of where do are coming from. this is not a bridge that you should take. you should use the san mattel bridge or the golden gate bridge. >> the san mateo bridge, and because the conditions are much better. this has cleared out. take a look at the back up to the bay bridge, look at westbound 24 and a ride on interstate 80, 580 through the maze. the nimitz freeway is still backed up into downtown oakland. we have problems in and out of san francisco so there is slow traffic on the upper deck and leading to the lower deck. north, one of 1 is backed up beyond the 280 interchange. there is a late hot spot in sunnyvale.
>> bart's right now is running all trains and the trains are running on time but the damage has already been done. >> let's start this was a live look from our mount tam cam, blue skies, sunshine. the camera is a bouncing around to the wind. we have a wind advisory for the next 10 minutes. it has been extended until later on tonight. down the trees, power lines are still a possibility. the temperatures are very mild, take a look, napa is 64. upper 50s for fairfield and 60 of the door for downtown san francisco. into the afternoon mid to upper 60s. >> we will see plenty of mid
60's for the south. under seven day of around the bay highlights mild weather for the weekend and the winds are going to diminish. starting the next work with the temperatures will be warmer than average. we do have significant changes to highlight, including the what weather. iran will be back on the door for thanksgiving. >> fallout after the senate triggers the nuclear option. dramatically changing the rules on approving judicial nominees. that change sets a potentially huge. new precedent. shelby lin explains what it means and it's possible >> this will put a chill on the united states. >> the democrats voted to change rules of filibusters. it eliminates the minority party's ability to block nominees also known as the
nuclear option. president of obamas stated that it is needed because of obstruction in congress. >> this is an indication that the majority of senators believe that enough is enough. it is far too important to keep falling prey day after day. >> the president did not feel that way in 2005 when he was a senator and neither did harry reid. here they are arguing against change in the road republicans wanted to do it. >> if they choose to change their roles and put an end to a democratic debate, then the fighting, the bitterness, the gridlock will get worse. >> the filibuster is far from a procedural thing. it is part of this institution that we call the senate. >> the republicans are angry and they stated that the most is to push the president's agenda. >> this is obama to, it is a
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