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>> the top stories that we are falling on this wednesday, december the 11th. fire crews are on the scene of a 4 alarm fire in concord. we will have details coming up. >> the ntsb will hold a hearing on the asiana crash that killed three people at sfo in july. we will tell you what the safety board is focusing on. >> after spending days in the wilderness, a nevada family is slipping safely at home this morning. how they survived four days in freezing temperatures.
>> we still are below freezing in just a few spots. santa rosa and a vallejo are all in the upper 20s. a lot of locations are momma. 40 degrees right now for downtown san francisco. the temperatures will actually decline. sunny skies ahead mid to upper 50s. as we head into tomorrow, we may see even warmer conditions. we will continue with this warming trend as we head into the weekend. i will breaks out your forecast coming up. >> we have better nils about an accident in san francisco. south bond 11, the lanes are back (read the bay bridge toll plaza has
extended to the macarthur mayes, westbound 24. the san mateo bridge is not in good shape their back up to industrial. it is slow again on the span. the eastbound traffic is looking good in the golden gate is still looking okay. a bart is on time. >> pappas, fire crews on the scene of a 4 alarm fire in concord. the fire is burning near a stand well drive and that is where we find kron4 jackie sissel. >> they're starting to make progress. you is still see a large amount of smoke. all ultimately, the fire was a 4 alarm, here is video from earlier and you concede just held big this fire was. the
fire officials stated that they received this call at this commercial area this is right near buchanan and when they came out here in went to four alarms. of the war on scene. this is 50 dallas and square feet re- exports they stated that it is owned by a phone company and they have different wires and plastic inside. they had a tough time to fight this in fact that basically when distance of almost from the start due to that special i had a chance to talk with a spokesperson from the contra costa fire district and he talked about what this thing could have done that. >> because of how far it was there are portions of the building that has
collapsed and other parts that are in danger of collapsing. it is just nonsense to put anyone inside there. >> there's not a lot of residential people in this area. if you are sensitive to the smoke we advise you to seek shelter. >> for a big portion the smell of smoke was just overwhelming. as we come back out alive, they have more of the white smoke. they're trying to get this under control for several hours. they're hoping that this fire will burn and they can start to get water. it was just on set for them to get inside the building. they were fighting this from above. it appears a they're starting to now that this under control. there is
stating--day estimate the debt will be out here about most of the afternoon to make sure that this does not reunite. the good news is that no one was hurt. >> here is a live look out of washington this morning. the asiana airlines captain who crashed the boeing 777 as san francisco international airport in july told investigators that he was stressed out and very concerned about attempting a visual approach because of the runway is automatic warning system was out of service due to construction. >>lee lkkang kuk, a 46
year-old pilot who was landing the big jet for the first time stated that it was very difficult to perform a visual approach. the jet crashe landed approac low an landed after approaching low and slow in an accident that left three people dead and more than 150 injured. the report was released at the start of the daylong national transportation safety board hearing of the accident. >> a very happy ending to a story of a family who have been missing in northern nevada. they have now been found. they're all unfair, good condition. after last week's snowstorms in the northwestern nevada, jane glanton and his girlfriend,
christina mcintee decided to go play in the snow with the kids. their deep end up flipping over, after hitting an embankment. they survived two nights in a below zero temperatures. the children more ages 3 to 10. doctors and rescuers say be ready for the cold, heavy winter clothing may have helped save their lives. >> doctors are saying that all six former members are in stable condition and free of frostbite. >> a man in his 20s was fatally shot last nine in vallejo, marking the city's second homicide of the day. the shooting happened in the 700 block of tuolumne avenue on 9:30 p.m.. that victim died on the scene. earlier in the day, a
shooting killed another man in his 20s outside of king's market after brown's drive. that man also died. in vallejo, there have been 4 homicides and within the last six days, bringing the total, size to 24 for the year. >> a series of protests in sonoma county all focused on police brutality. it all started a rally for andy low pass. he is the santa rosa teen who was shot and killed by sonoma county's zeroth. about 100 angry protesters gathered at the santa rosa city meeting after the deputy who shot the teen was allowed to return to work. debbie erik
deputy erik gelhaus shot and killed 13 year-old andy lopez. he mistook the replica of gun for a real ak 47. protesters and bang on the windows outside of city hall and held up cross us and chanted loudly. to protest as for our arrested outside the meeting. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news the casket carrying the body of nelson mandela is now in state and south africa's capital of pretoria. will bring you the latest from the memorial. >> also coming up we have more information about the fate interpreter.
is video soldiers carrying his casket. family members, government officials and world leaders are expected to pass by the coffin. mandel will be buried on sunday at his home in the east cape province. >> the deaths federation of south africa is same that the man who provided sign language interpretation onstage for nelson mandela's memorial service was a " fake ". the national director says the unidentified man was moving his hands around the there was no meaning in what he was doing. a south african parliament member also says that the man communicated nothing with his hands or his arm movements. when they said something about the claim, south africa's government said that they are preparing a statement.
>> to stand there behind all the speakers and do that >> someone had to hire him and why did they not do an interview process to see if he could accurately interpret. >> we will just have to wait and see. >> the time is 7:13 a.m.. >> we are not out of the woods. the temperatures are still below freezing i will talk about when this cold snap will officially end.
>> welcome back. the time is 7:15 a.m.. an evacuation order has been lifted and golden, colorado because of this, and ice dam that broke on the clear creek and headed toward the city. forecasters say that " clear creek gold rose to 3 ft. in just 15 minutes last night. some minor flooding was also reported near an rv park. the rising water was not as bad as it initially was. still, firefighters are warning that this water running along the road way could get i see over the morning. >> we're not as bad as what
we experienced but still, we're in the upper 20s. 26 degrees for santa rosa. we are above freezing and san francisco is san the upper 40's out the door we are warmer than 24 hours ago. in fact, we are six degrees warmer for concord and vallejo. let's take a look as some headlines. we still have the freeze and frost advisory in effect. this is set to expire at 9:00 a.m. this morning. i do not think it will be reissued. today is the last day for this cold snap the we have been dealing with. by 3:00 p.m. you could expect mid to upper mostly sunny skies expected. upper 50s today for san jose and 56, that is
sure high in livermore. the temperatures are still below where we should be. by 10:00 p.m. the temperatures will drop by the time we go to bed. it would just be in the upper '30's, low 40's. >> your 7 day around the bay highlights a warming trend on the way and although we have a storm, dropping through thursday and friday i do not think it will bring rain fall. this is actually going to help the morning lows and affect most of us will be above freezing. we will continue with warmer weather as we head into monday and tuesday, in fact i will not be surprised if much of the bay area are in the mid 60's. the time is 7:18 a.m.. it is say tough morning on >> if you are coming in on
westbound a expected to delay. it is a very long ride into san francisco. the metering lights are on. the san mateo bridge, was obamas still a little bit lighter. the eastbound traffic is looking up. take a look at san jose, where is a very slow traffic on on northbound 101. it will remain slow all the way pass highway 85. >> we have a budget deal in washington although a modest one the measure unveiled by house budget committee chairman paul ryan and senate, part patty murray. the federal government is only funded through january 15th right now, that was the deal that ended sept. is a government shutdown. the new
deal blands 85 billion in spending cuts and season to replace 63 billion in cuts to agencies. the deal also would ease those cuts for two years and it does not really chip away at the nation's 17 trillion dollars national debt. >> a new poll shows the continued disdain for members of congress. nearly two-thirds said that they would like to see their lawmakers to replace. the associated press poll also finds that 58 percent disapproved of the job that the president is doing. 42 percent support him. the low opinions of washington did not necessarily signal a major power shift next year in the house and senate. >> airport security seized a toy pistol from owner of this cowboy sock monkey
because it apparently looked to raieal. nhtsa aged in st. louis discovered the tiny gun and a carry-on bag. phyllis may says the she was shocked and embarrassed when the tea as a agent allegedly threatened to call the police. in the end, may says that no police recalled and that she got her begged the bacag back. the transportation security administration issued this statement saying " csa officers are dedicated to keeping the nation's transportation security system safe and secure for
traveling public. " under a long stating aircraft to repulse the, and out of an abundance of caution, realistic rep because of fire arms are prohibited in any carry-on bag. >> what a pain and that was. >> more work is needed for workplace equality for young women the report by the pew research center shows that young american women now earn 93 percent of what men do in comparable positions. but also found that women still face discrimination and express as much pessimism as their mothers and grandmothers. women under 32 now have higher rates of college completion that men. but the analysts of sense is a labor data shows that by the time they
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nearly 77 firefighters have been partaking in putting out this for alarm fire that was issued around 1230 in the morning. a lot of hot spots in this building as they continue to fight. the fire was so extreme that basically from the beginning they took a defensive stand finding it a little too dangerous to send firefighters inside that building. in fact there was a partial collapse of the roof so at that point they continue to pour water into the building from up the ladder truck. i had a chance to talk to the spokesperson from the contra costa county fire district as he describes the scene when they got out here and what's inside of that building. >>: when our crews arrived on saying they found heavy buyer involvement and the north end of the building and saw that it was spreading to other parts of the building. we called the second and third alarmed
fairly quickly. ultimately the fire went to four alarms. it's a telephone company. they supplied and installed telephone systems for commercial occupancies. they also recycle the same systems so it's a lot of wires, a lot of plastic. that's burning inside of the building. >>: and offer a big portion of the morning, also you saw the flames on the rooftop out here. basically they're letting the fire burn on the rooftop. following at it to collapse of they could get water inside of the building because materials continue to burn on the inside. obviously because of the conditions it was on say so they couldn't send firefighters inside. they let it burn for a while and then they were able to get water inside of the building. the good news is no one was hurt inside of this fire.
>>: thanks a lot and jackie autry and >>james: let's get an update from erica. cold temperatures once again. >>: as morning lows will be hovering above the freezing mark. we will see a lot of other end to the weekend and as we had until monday and tuesday i will be breaking down your extended forecast
coming up in 15 minutes. the morning and read a >>: a new accident north bound to 80 near golf course drive. i have a feeling this has something to do with ice. we've had accidents. if resume here in north bound to 80. you can see we have slow traffic now. southbound direction traveling bay bridge toll plaza we can barely gather up enough speed. meter and lights are on a pretty are backed up well beyond the macarthur maze. golden gate also in good shape. >>james: lovely out here. i
>>darya: a well-known east of a golf instructor is behind bars this morning for being accused of molesting his students. 31 year-old andrew michael nisbet is behind bars and facing 65 counts of molestation and lewd and lascivious acts for perform sex acts on to children under the age of 18. according to police, nisbet was arrested on saturday at los posita golf course where he was a trusted of pearl and course where he was a trusted of pearl and instruct♪ could it be? sted
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oil ave on inc. walnut creek to slow down. why this sign reading " drive like your kids live here. " one of the sponsors of this sign is lelan jorgensen. >>: i've been nearly hit at my own crosswalk probably twice a week for about three years now and i'm tired of it. >>: she brought her own stop sign the county took it down. >>: within five hours of posting it was taken down so i learned from that day that the county can act fast if they need to. >>: then she brought a real pedestrian crosswalk sign followed by a slow blind curve sign and a slowdown time. >>: none of the signs appear to work. >>: so i brought a different type of signed. it was the sign of the california highway patrol and for some reason that seemed to do the trick. >>: this driver was doing 34
and 25 which by the way is a school zone and there are two schools nearby to be exact. lelan says it's so bad that instead of walking her kids to school which is only a block away. it's safer to drive them. when the driver was asked how fast he thought he was going. he said 43 >>: actually, it's some good news you're only going 35. >>: the county installed electronic sensors on the ground to gauge the speed of drivers but the results, won't be and for two weeks. >>: i don't have that long. >>: up 0 p, 34 i got this guy that mazda 34. >>: asked the driver a very simple question which i that answer for him. >>: and you ever see those signs. >>: drive like your kids
live here?, but you don't have no kids. so it's kind of hard to put that in perspective. >>: yes. >>: and one more thing, when residents complained about speeders. it gets too often gets caught speeding? that of the first that you should take is to make sure you are not part of a problem. if you said the residence, you are 100 percent correct. in walnut creek, stanley roberts, kron4 news. i love watching tv outside.
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>>erica: temperatures will start to heat up this afternoon. it will be fairly mild. sunnyvale a high of 60 degrees and upper 50s along the coast. your 7 day all around the bay it shows gradual warming and to the weekend and by monday or tuesday you can be in the mid to upper 60s. time now 747, here is dan. >>: bay bridge toll plaza not looking so good right now. the metering lights are on a. it's a long call all the way in two san francisco. westbound approaching the tolls are backed up to about a lot better.
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top stories we are following 11th. fire crews are on the scene of a *four alarm fire in concord. we'll have details in a live report. and after spending days in the wilderness. a nevada family is sleeping safe at home this morning. how they survived for days in freezing temperatures, coming up. happening now, fire crews are on the scene of a warehouse fire in concord. the fire is burning near stanwell drive and that's where we find kron four's jackie sissel who is live on
the scene with more, jackie? the morning. you can see the roadway is remain closed three that firefighters remain here. only in the last hour they completely got control of this thing. here at was the same that earlier this morning. it broke out at this 50,000 were housed in concord. now initially fire fighters from the contra costa county fire district immediately went to a second and third periods to about 77 firefighters were fighting this. what's inside rid of some sort of telecommunication. some commercial entity. they have all kinds of electronics inside of it. huge loans of
black smoke have covered desperate the smell of burning plastic was all over. there was never a shelter and place but they did obviously have some feelings about it. he talks about fighting this fire but also what inside that building. >>: it's been a defensive fight the entire time because of how far advanced the fire was there are portions of the building that have collapsed. it's just not safe to put anyone and it's barely a industrial area. if anybody can smell the smoke and they're sensitive to that kind of think we ask the vats of a shelter as a spokesperson said for much of the morning there was a defensive issue.
investigators have arrived here on same periods and may be awhile before they are actually able to get inside mostly because it's a safe and stable right now. right now, we are standing by. crews from the contra costa county fire district say they will probably remain hair for a good portion of the day. the ladder trucks that basically hunt down. i don't see any more black smoke. >>: here and the news room following the latest out of washington this morning live
pictureslive look out of washington this morning. the asiana airlines captain who crashed a boeing 7-77 at san francisco international airport in july told investigators he was stressed out and "very concerned" about attempting a visual approach because the runway's automatic warning systems were out of service due to construction. lee kang kuk, a 46-year-old pilot who was landing the big jet for his first time at san francisco, "stated it was very difficult to perform a visual approach with a heavy airplane,"
according to an investigative report released today. the jet crash landed after approaching low and slow in an accident that left three dead and more than 150 injured. the report was released at the start of a daylong national transportation safety board hearing into the accident. a very happy ending to the story of a family who had
been missing in northern nevada. they have been found and are in fairly good condition. after last week's snowstorms in northwestern nevada, jay glanton and his girlfriend, christina mcintee decided to go play in the snow with their two kids and her niece and nephew. but their jeep flipped over, after hitting an embankment. they survived two nights in below zero temperatures. the children were ages 3 to 10
doctors and rescuers say being ready for the cold, with heavy winter clothing may have helped save their lives. six people who spent two days stranded in the snow are in fairly good condition. rescuers finally found them in the frigid mountains of nevada, tuesday afternoon. as andrew spencer reports. temperatures hit 21-degrees below zero in the area where a family of six disappeared. after two days stranded in the wilderness, rescuers began to lose hope that the family had survived. "i was expecting the worst and when i came around the corner and i counted all six of them standing there nice and warm." "right with the jeep." the driver lost control, sunday -- this jeep softly overturning as it slid down an embankment. "the father jumped into action, knew that they had to stay warm, and the first thing he did was build a fire." after last week's snowstorms in northwestern nevada, jay glanton and his girlfriend, christina mcintee decided to go play in the snow with their two kids and her niece and nephew. bundled up and ready for the cold, their heavy winter clothes may have helped save their lives. "they do have some exposure
and understandably dehydration issues." "in general, they are doing very, very well. no evidence of frostbite which is what we would have expected. we were obviously braced for much worse considering the cold temperatures we've had." the cold inside of the jeep was the family's only shelter, so they heated rocks in their fire, and brought those rocks inside the jeep for warmth. their two days in the wilderness ended with an ambulance ride, but with all six in stable condition and free of frostbite -- rescuers couldn't be happier. i'm andrew spencer, reporting . doctors are say all six family members are in stable condition and free of frostbite but with all six in stable condition and free of frostbite -- rescuers couldn't be happier.
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>>darya: 815. an evacuation order has been lifted in golden, colorado because of this. an ice dam that broke on clear creek and headed toward the city. forecasters say "clear creek" rose three feet in just 15 minutes last night. some minor flooding was reported near an r-v park. but the rising water was not as bad as initially thought. still, firefighters are
warning the water running along the roadway could ice over this morning. we have a budget deal in washington. although a modest one.the measure unveiled by house budget committee chairman paul ryan and senate counterpart patty murray the federal government is only funded through january 15th right now. that was the deal that ended september's government shutdown. the new deal blends $85 billion in spending cuts and fees to replace $63 billion in cuts to agency budgets over the coming two years. the deal to ease those cuts for two years doesn't really chip away at the nation's $17 trillion national debt but it does avert another crisis created by washington most of the bay area freeze warning will expire in the next 45 minutes. temperatures are expected to warm up the to mid to upper 50s. campbell 51359 expected in santa clara. on the creek as and a high of 56. upper
60s for downtown san francisco. for those of you having up to top all know chain requirements and the fact. although it will be called to go look at the highs. plenty of sunshine. this will carry us into the weekend. here's a look at your 7 day around the bay forecast. most locations in the '60s. we will continue with that pattern as we start the next workweek for it wouldn't be surprised. the morning desperate at >>: don't be surprised if you this slow traffic was down 583 and accident just before north fled. from about no. 1 over towards the dublin and grade it will be a slowdown currently. bay bridge toll plaza commute will lighten up a little bit. for most of us, we are back of beyond the 880
overpass. the metering lights remain on for now for it westbound delays continue. your slot all the way through the tolls across the span all the way over to 1 01. 880 is very heavy approaching the 92 interchange. that's in both directions northbound and southbound. golden gate bridge in both directions is in good shape for it
>>mark:the obama administration says the pace of the health insurance signups picked up last month. the new national total of close to 365-thousand people is less than one third the number officials had been aiming for. a report from the health and human services department says that more than 137-thousand have enrolled in 36 states. that number is up from fewer than 27-thousand in october. 14 states running their own sites enrolled more than 227-thousand. that's up from 79-thousand in october. more work is needed for workplace equality for young women. a report by the pew research center show that young american women now earn 93 percent of what men do in comparable positions. but also found that that women still face discrimination and express as much pessimism as their mothers and grandmothers. women under 32 now have higher rates of college completion than men that
age. but the analysis of census and labor data shows that by the time they hit their mid-30s, women's hourly earnings will slip further behind men. >>darya:an illinois man is expected to be freed today after spending 30 years behind bars. 59-year-old stanley wrice says he falsely confessed to rape after being tortured by chicago police. he was originally sentenced to 100 years back in 1982. a judge overturned wrice's conviction yesterday, saying officers lied about how they treated wrice. >>mark:airport security seized a toy pistol from the owner of this cowboy sock monkey. because it apparently looked too real. a t-s-a agent in saint louis. discovered the tiny gun in a carry-on bag. belonging to a washington state woman. phyllis may says, she was "shocked and embarrassed" when the t-s-a agent allegedly threatened to call the police. in the end, may says no police were called. and she got her bag back, minus the toy gun. the transportation security administration issued this
statement saying. quote: "t-s-a officers are dedicated to keeping the nation's transportation security systems safe and secure for the traveling public. under long-standing aircraft security policy, and out of an abundance of caution, realistic replicas of firearms are prohibited in carry-on bags." >>james: following several serious issues at hand overseas. an overnight stand-off between security forces and anti-government protesters in ukraine's capital continues this morning. several thousand riot police used their shields to push back protesters. but the ranks of protesters swelled through the night, shoving back at the police lines to keep them away from key sites at the camp. several demonstrators and
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>>darya:general motors' board has named product development chief mary barra as the company's next ceo. barra currently is senior vice president for global product development. she's in charge of design, engineering and quality of all of gm's vehicles across the globe. barra's also in charge of purchasing and had previously headed the company's human resources operations. the 51-year-old barra started with gm as an engineering co-op student in 1980.
soda sales low-oc. cg a new report finds that soda sales are losing their fizz. spending on soft drinks dropped more than three- percent over the last year. the drop in diet drinks was higher - topping seven- percent. health conscious consumers are cutting back on sodas -- especially diet sodas flavored with artificial sweeteners. industry watchers say the trend started 10 years ago but has intensified over the last five years. to offset sinking sales, soft drink makers are now offering their own brands of water. >>darya:delta airlines says the extra security fees being imposed on them will be paid by travelers.not the airline itself. congress is debating a budget that would add $5 to each nonstop, round-trip ticket. the money is for a transportation security administration fee, which already stands at $5 per
ticket. san jose has given its police officers an 11 percent raise in the hopes of stopping them from leaving the city for more lucrative jobs. the city council voted to hand out the pay increases as well as to name its acting police chief, larry esquivel, to the police chief post permanently. san jose cops and all other city workers took a 10 percent pay cut during the recession to avert more layoffs. the city's force is down to about 910 officers, who patrol a city of nearly a million. watching gas prices this morning here on the kron four morning news. the national average is sitting at 3-25 right now. while here in california, we are seeing an average of 3-59. and here in the bay area. and here in the bay area. [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone 'round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. with starbucks at $6.99, serve coffee everyone savors.
it is very cold out here. the sign that you could see as 26 degrees. when i got here at 6:00 it was pitch black. that sign that said 25 degrees. we are experiencing a warming trend and east bay and walnut creek. we are up to one degree and two and a half hours. a way to go. temperatures out here. a lot of people have said they had to sit in their car for a while. sounds like we may be experiencing some warm a translator and the week.
maybe spend sundays in the third is opposed to the twenties are right now here at walnut creek a very brisk they for those people waking up in getting ready for their morning commute to. >>: now hopefully erica has some good news about our temperatures >>: we are no longer dealing with morning lows. when i went to the gym yesterday originally i couldn't get and because my of imprints were too cold for the machine to read ipad membership. it was downright cold. we're off to a better start. but i really think today is the last day of the cold snap. we're still and the twenties. as santa rosa we still have frost advisories and freeze warnings issued for the bay area but they will expire and 30 minutes. we will see a warming trend as we push and closer to the weekend. i'll break down careful
forecast coming up in 15 minutes. >>: good morning dan. >>: we have an accident south bound 101 at cesar chavez. hopefully it will be quick enough. we are seeing some improvement at the bay bridge toll plaza. meaning whites remain on for now. back up through the macarthur maze highway 92 still backed up to 880 getting through the tolls. as you can see a very long waits. golden gate bridge still in good shape and bart is still on time. >>: thanks a lot to the dam. the mind >>darya: happening now, fire crews are on the scene of a warehouse fire in concord. the fire is burning near stanwell drive and that's where we find kron four's jackie sissel who is live on the scene with more, jackie? the latest is the that
appeared to have this nearly completely under control. it's about seven hours. you can see from this shot from the mass camera firefighters climbing up on the ladder. you can also see that the roof of this was on fire for many hours this morning it's called the defensive mode. they're standing back letting the fire burned itself out and fighting it from above. here's video from early this morning. this was called then around 1230 this morning. contra costa county fire. they ultimately went to four alarms. around 70 firefighters were out here on this huge warehouse. what's inside of some sorts of phone company. it's a lot of electronics in and around this warehouse. it's made it
of some black smoke were covering. there was never a shelter in place because this is basically a commercial area with not a lot of homes in the area which is good news. the cause of the fire is under investigation. and maybe a while before fire investigators are able to get and. you can see firefighters pouring thousands of gallons of water on the inside of that a warehouse. >>: thanks a lot and jackie.
in the south bay. the mother of a missing 15- year-old girl is making a desperate plea for her safe return. jasmine armendariz disappeared friday night after her mother dropped her and a friend off at san jose's annual "christmas in the park" event. her friend says they were walking together when, at one point, she turned and realized jasmine was gone. jasmine is prone to seizures and is in need of medication. here's what her mother had to say. she needs her medicine. anybody who has her please return her home. she meets her medicine. please.
jasmine is described as 4 feet 11 inches, brown hair, brown eyes. she also has a tattoo on her right hand. a well -known east bay golf instructor is behind bars this morning. for being accused of molesting his students. 31-year-old andrew michael nisbet is behind bars and facing 65 counts of molestation and lewd and lascivious acts for performing sex acts on two children under the age of 18 according to police nisbet was arrested on saturday at los positas golf course where he was a trusted golf pro and instructor. he was arrested just one day before he was set to be given the 20-13 junior golf leader award. investigators say it was that type of prestige nisbet used along with gaining the trust of parents to manipulate his victims. now investigators are looking in to a possible third alleged victim who has stepped forward after the allegations surfaced police say the crimes happened between 2009 and
2012. the golf course says nisbet is a former employee and he no longer works there. for checking of the x box one coming up in the attack avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive" sales event is back. which means it's never been easier to get a new 2014 jetta. it gets an impressive 34 highway mpg and comes with no charge scheduled maintenance. and right now you can drive one home for practically just your signature. sign. then drive. get zero due at signing, zero down, zero deposit, and zero first month's payment on any new 2014 volkswagen. hurry, this offer ends january 2nd. visit vwdealer.com today
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obama and granted her ticket in a rage monday as her husband took some selfies and nelson mandela's memorial. you can see that he was only joking with the pretty and blunt the prime minister of denmark. >> you can see that michelle was not happy. her husband continued to laugh, ford and whisper with danish prime minister helle thorning- schmidt. the two leaders even posed for a selfie with british prime minister david cameron. at one point, michelle switched seats with her husband, placing herself between the president's and
thorning-schmidt, who is 46 and married. >> this is what some of you had to say. >> georganne reese, he is human, he is in touch with the social media. give me one person that would not have done this, given the opportunity. >> leigh dollgerson, selfie or not. he sure does not look presidential. the aba says the law. >> tell us what you think. to join the conversation on kron4.com or on our facebook page.
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all those e-mail's and text will increase the likelihood of someone seen the order. you could also turn of modifications and package tracking options. >> we're still in the upper 20s. we're now in the 40's and hayward. take a look at how much of it is. half moon bay is at 50 degrees. it is a another cold start but are really do think that this is the end of the cold snap. we should not see any widespread advisories for thursday. the temperatures have already bottled out but we still have frost and freeze warnings and affect bread as we approach the afternoon on the highway, and will see plenty of 50's and i would not be surprised if we climbed to 60 degree territory. >> and it will be a fairly
nice day, and warmer than we experienced yesterday. by 10:00 p.m. to my the temperatures should drop. we will still hold on to 40's in oakland and san francisco. by 10:00 p.m. we will be at a whets 37 degrees. widespread 50's for the afternoon high as we head into the weekend and although we have a storm that is approaching i do not think it will bring rain so perhaps just an increase in cloud cover. take a look and monday and tuesday, mid to upper 60s. looking at the extended models it looks on dry weather will persist into christmas day. maligned the time is a 40 9:00 a.m.. >> the bay bridge toll plaza is still backed up to the macarthur mayes you can
expect to be slow all the way to berkeley. the metering lights are still on. getting on the lower deck is not a problem but here's your commute which is barely moving on westbound 80. san mateo is starting to look okay on west palm 92. once through here you get a bit of daylight with some release. 101 is minimax all morning long. the golden gate bridge is in good condition northbound southbound 11. san jose through the south bay is not so good. it is still very heavy commute. >> unknown to some bay area sports. the san jose sharks are riding a three game losing streak, taking on the new york islanders the
sharks have not lost to the islanders at the shark tank and 10 years. in the second. the score was 1-zero sharks' sprea. joe pavelski scores of te rebound to-zero sharks'. this is his 10th goal. what oneith 1:40 left in the game, the islanders at was court time in at 2-2. the final score 3-2 islanders. >> several members of the oakland raiders, including charles wilson, and marcel reece, along with some of the raider red sea, road and
the place 60 bus to visit the nfl play 68 skoal academy in oakland. they participated in a special assembly said the school and spoke to students about the importance of staying active. the players presented a $10,000 nfl play 60 grant for help in well as programming or equipment for the camera. >> oakland raiders charles woodson, marcel reece her playeo the field after the assembly to show many of the kids different football drills. >> you will not want to miss the sports night which is hosted by gary radnich. it features a gary's radio partner larry krueger. this is a brand new show live here on kron4. the show premieres tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. right after the kron 4 news at 8.
is 8:55 a.m.. the mission to send four people on a one- way trip to mars is more than four. that is according to an announcement made by the mars one foundation. if that test mission goes well, the first human pioneers could land on mars and 2025. it to vietnam for the project has been run since it was announced. more than 200,000 people signed up as prospective astronauts spread >> victoria's secret models now have a high-tech assessor repair it they have shaped the way 3-d wings. the wings are meant to look like snowflakes, but they are high fashion, so they are covered in swarovski
chris goes. this is not the first time that the fashion show has gone high-tech. in the past, fashion designer asher levine used a 3-d principal and sunglasses for the run way. >> for the second year in a row, the grinch is on patrol in cheyenne, wyoming. with his trusty dog max and his radar gun in hand, he took to the streets to remind drivers to slow down and to drive safely carry it >> as a reminder to watch the the holiday lights and special on kron 4. that will be this friday december 13th that 9:00 p.m.. >> coming up on the kron4 morning nils. we will have a live look at the warehouse fire that is now under control in concord. >> we also have an update of
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>> top stories we are following on this wednesday, december 11th. a large warehouse fire in concord. why firefighters were putting out this blaze. >> we're also monitoring the latest on the hearing underway in washington on the asiana flight 2-14 crash at s-f-o. >> and we're watching the cold temperatures here in the bay area. live look outside at >> we are finally starting
to see the changes and you can see the temperatures are a little bit milder. we are still looking at cold conditions. santa rosa is at 26 degrees. 38 degrees for concord and san jose is at 26. downtown sampras's go is a lower for this. there is plenty of sunshine and temperatures will that mauled by lunchtime. late this afternoon we should talk about digital way in the upper 50s and maybe a few 60's. tonight, we will cool down to the partisan 40's. we're finally starting to put of the cold snap to arrest.rest. >> all eyes on northbound 880 is in control. there's
an accident that is blocking a lane. you are back up to the 92 interchange. 68 around 242--southbound 680 is slow. this is something that continues to be true. >> the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up and the metering lights are not on. >> the san mateo bridge is starting to improve and you are still slow over the high rise. eastbound traffic is looking good the golden gate bridge is in good shape and bart is on time. >> happening now, fire crews are cleaning up the scene at a warehouse fire in concord. the fire happened near stanwell drive and that's where we find kron four's jackie sissel, jackie? >> you concede that the fire crews are still out here working on this fire. the new developments that you just heard is that the the
county has issued a health advisory. that means that basically, it is one step below a shelter been put in place because anyone in the area or around the area that has respiratory problems should close their windows and stay inside. also, in other developments is that a kidney dialysis clinic is right down the street. this is a the other hand. this has been closed for the day for obvious reasons. i can tell you that when i arrived here for 30 a.m. there was a lot of black smoke in the air and there was a burning smell the air and i obviously, this is why this health advisory was issued yet we are being told that it may be a while and that this health advisor is still in effect as far as this-that's just started about 1230 this morning and
they stated that they arrived here immediately and that went to four alarms. this is a phone company that puts in systems so they have a lot of electronics. i had a chance to talk to a spokesperson and he talked about halt firefighters, what is inside. >> when our crews arrive limousine, they found heavy fire involvement in the north and read this all but it was spreading great we called this relay quickly and often delay the fire 1 hours. they supply and install a telephone equipment. they also do some type or recycling various this is a lot of wires, plastic that type of thing
that is burning. maligned i can tell you that this fire burned basically from 4:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.. this was seven hours. the cars in the area are covered with a black ash. anyone with respiratory problems is stated to close their windows. the kid needed dialysis clinic has also been closed for the day. >> no one was hurt. >> the asiana airlines captain who crashed a boeing 7-77 at san francisco international airport in july told investigators he was stressed out and "very concerned" about attempting a visual approach because the runway's automatic warning systems were out of service due to construction. lee kang kuk, a 46-year-old
pilot who was landing the big jet for his first time at san francisco, "stated it was very difficult to perform a visual approach with a heavy airplane," according to an investigative report released today. the jet crash landed after approaching low and slow in an accident that left three dead and more than 150 injured. the report was released at the start of a daylong national transportation safety board hearing into the accident. an n-t-s-b hearing about the asiana airlines crash in san francisco is happening right now. the board says the first officer called attention to the high rate of descent more than four times in the two minutes before the plan crashed, killlng three teenagers. a trainee was flying the plane with an instructor beside him. the board is looking into whether the pilots relied too much on automated systems to fly the boeing 777. according to the 45-page report, investigators found that the autopilot was disconnected and auto- throttle changed from "thrust" to "hold" when the plane was 16-hundred feet in the air, when the pilot called out "manual flight." >> a very happy ending to the story of a family who had been missing in northern nevada. they have been found and are in fairly good condition. after last week's snowstorms in northwestern nevada, jay glanton and his girlfriend, christina mcintee decided to go play in the snow with
their two kids and her niece and nephew. but their jeep flipped over, after hitting an embankment. they survived two nights in below zero temperatures. the children were ages 3 to 10 doctors and rescuers say being ready for the cold, with heavy winter clothing may have helped save their lives. >> the father jumped into action. the first thing that we did was build a fire. doctor stated that all six family members are in good condition. maligned coming of one the kron4 morning nil >> coming up on the kron4
morning nils. the time magazine unveils the 2013 person of year. here is a hit, it is not an miley. >> plus, the body of nelson mandela is now lying in state in south africa. will have the latest on the tribute to him today. >> we are keeping an eye on the weather. here's a live look at san mateo bridge.
>> welcome back. a memorial ses underway at the national cathedral in washington d-c to honor the life of nelson mandela. the south african embassy help to organize the event. which started a few moments ago at 8:00. meanwhile. the mandela's body is now lying in state in south africa's capital of pretoria.
this is video of soldiers carrying the casket into a special viewing center earlier this morning. family members, government officials and world leaders are expected to pass by the coffin. officials have banned cameras from being inside. the viewing will be open to the general public tomorrow and friday. mandela will be buried on sunday at his home in the eastern cape province. >> new this morning, the obama administration says the pace of the health insurance signups picked up last month. the new national total of close to 365-thousand people is less than one third the aiming for. a report from the health and human services department says that more than 137- thousand have enrolled in 36 states. that number is up from fewer than 27-thousand in october. 14 states running their own sites enrolled more than 227-thousand.
that's up from 79-thousand in october. a new service on amazon is line >> and new service on amazon is combining customers online shopping experience while saving them a trip to the grocery store. its called "amazon fresh" and its now available to us here in the bay area. to combine grocery and other shopping into one seamless you can choose from more than 500-thousand items for same-day and early morning delivery. right now, amazon is offering this service for free for the first 30 days and then membership dues will kick in. amazon fresh is also available in los angeles and seattle. >> and we are looking at some skies and the temperatures are finally
visible from the fire in concord. you can see the smoke from to 42. however, it is not impacting traffic at this time. the metering lights are on and it is slow all the way in sampras's westbound approaching the tall the golden gateinto san fr >> here is a live look from our rooftop. we are seeing sunny skies today and the temperatures are not as cold for a lot of locations. you can inspect the temperatures and to be a little bit milder for the afternoon. under sunny skies it will get warmer and i am looking
at the warming trend to continue. >> the temperatures right now are slowly warming up in the 40's and downtown san francisco and 45 degrees in oakland re. some of the coldest readings have been in the north bay. we are going to see plenty of sunshine and warm air will start for the next couple of days. there's a little storm system bet may approached us. overall, the big story now is the warming trend. >> the highs for today, a lot more 60s sunbelt will have a high below 60. 55 for
daly city. 63 for antioch. all of us will make it into the mid 50s. a few low 60's as well. the sierra, if you want to do some asking you have fresh powder. plenty of sunshine but still chilly. over my clothes are still cold. >> the kron4, 7 their bombay shows of the temperatures will continue and we're talking widespread 60s by friday, the weekend is looking great. we're talking mid 60's by sunday and into early next week. plenty of sunshine, there is a storm system thus far to the north. >> now for today's winners and losers on wall street with our financial expert rob black.
>> let's talk about rising and job openings. maligned accorded where recent survey the openings have climbed the month of october but was more interesting was the number of people who quit their jobs. if you are willing to quit your job that basically means the issue expect to be hired in the short term. it is simple-minded you are fearful and positions of new jobs are going to be sealed. the highest since 2000 and a and i think this is very interesting. according to the labor department is about 3.9 million jobs that need to be filled to. no one just wants to do then. maligne >> and let's talk about the
rule that will help some of the things that got us into this financial mess. >> five years in the making, paul walkethis does not go intot until 2815. they will use your money, this is a good thing because it provides some type of stability in case it crisis happened and want their money back pripet morgan stanley, lost $6 billion because of this. it does i don't affected to a 2015. that means that banks will look for loopholes separate >> i am a little cynical about the spread >> let's talk about
mastercard. we're seeing a lot of their shostocks going up fred is is more affordable? >. this is more affordable? >> it is kind of a trip. his shareholders are loyal, they are wealthy. they understand what is born on. on the other hand, they stalk like tesla they think that it is more diversified. , no one is right. i am also wrong, they do not want people who are in and out. mastercard may want this. let's say one thing about mastercard is that--suspect became public
in 2006 they have gone up twentyfold. and they do not lend money, they're not banks, i just love that business lot. maligned let's talk about general motors, for the big nils, finally, they have a female ceo. i like the store. >>is stoyr.ry. >> for the first time you see that they brought in someone who actually worked for the company. >> she has worked there since she was 18 years old. she has a gasoline running through her veins. that is all i have to say about that. >> coming up, an
>> (male annoucer): now here is stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> it's the voice of reason asking drivers on newell ave unincorporated walnut creek to slow down like this sign reading drive like your kids live here one of the sponsors of this sign is lelan jorgensen sot: i've been nearly hit at my own crosswalk probably twice a week for about three years now and i'm tired of it standup she brought her own stop sign the county took it down
sot: with in five hours of posting it was taken down so i learned from that day that the county can act fast if they need to >> standup then she brought a real pedestrian crosswalk sign, followed by a slow blind curve sign and a slow down sign none of the signs appeared to work so i brought a different type of sign. it was the sign of the california highway patrol and for some reason that seemed to do the trick nats: whooo malignedthis driver was doing 34 in the 25 which by the way is a school zone there are two schools nearby to be exact lelan says its sooooo bad that instead of walking her kids to school which is only a block away its safer to drive them >> when the driver was asked how fast he thought he was going he said 40 >> nats: actually it's some good news you were only going 35 >> the county installed electronic sensors on the ground to gage the speed of drivers but the results won't be in for two weeks i don't have that long,
>> op 34 i got this guy that mazda 34 >> i asked the driver a very simple question which i then answered for him >> do you ever see those sighs but you don't have no kids so its kind of hard to put that in prospective huh" yea and one more thing when residents complain about speeders guess who often gets caught speeding >> the first step you should take is to make sure you are not part of the problem >> if you said the residents you are 100% correct ambiance in walnut creek stanley roberts kron 4 news >> coming up on the kron4 morning nils. will have a more on the search for a teenage girl in the south bay including her mother is a plea for help. >> plus, whether you approve of him or not. " france is making a big impact on the world this year.those
>> welcome back. the cold weather-specia we had warm weatr coming our way. the temperatures right now and sampras's score at 45 degrees. the same deal it is still up the freezing mark barrie for lunchtime today, we will have a nice afternoon. if you wanted take your lunch outside you can. the temperatures will be at 49 to 54 degrees. by 3:00 p.m.
it will be plenty of sunshine. you may even get some 60's. my 10:00 p.m. tonight the wind will become and we will cool down. the coldest numbers are going to be in the north. we will talk about the prize for today and the possibility of a record one over the next seven days. but first, here is dan. >> it is actually my live shot of the bay bridge toll plaza. cars are not moving at all. the mayor replied sir owned respect is a very slow rideit is not so bad that eastbound 92. the golden gate bridge is the one of them both directions. >> new this morning a smoke
advisory has been issued in concord following a warehouse fire. the fire is gone but there are plenty of flames and heavy smoke that is still coming from the building. the call came in just before 1:00 at the all phone company. the scene was so dangerous that at one point, crews had to let the fire on top of the building burned so that to get access to the inside of the building. >> in the south bay, the mother of a missing a 15 year-old girl is making a desperate plea. jasmine a rmendariz disappeared friday night after her mother dropped her off with her friend. her friend says that they were walking together when at one point, she turned and realized she was gone. >> whoever has her, does
bring from safely carry it she needs her madison, is to come home. >> she is described as 4 ft. 11 in., brown hair, brown eyes. she also has a tattoo on her right hand. >> now to developments out of washington the national transportation safety board is conducting a hearing into the july crash of asiana flight 214 at san francisco international airport. testimony has return after a break for lunch. at the moment they are discussing pilot training. in an earlier testimony, investigators raised concerns about the boeing 777 automatic systems. the system did not do that, along the plane to come into up to slow and all ultimately too low. he
describes the stress and very concerned about attempting a visual approach. today's test mod will continue until 5:00 p.m. to my. >> here are live pictures from the memorial service that is underway at the national cathedral in washington d.c. time of the life of nelson mandela. the south african embassy helped to organize the event which started at 8:00 a.m.. meanwhile, mandela's body is now online and state in south africa's capital of pretoria. he will be buried on sunday. >> the death a federation of south africa is same that the man who provided sign language interpretation onstage for nelson mandela's memorial service was " fake ".
>> the national director says that the unidentified man was moving his hands around but there was no mean and what he was saying. as south african parliament member also says the the man communicated nothing with his hand or arm movements. when asked about the claim, south africa's government said that they are preparing a statement. maligned coming up on the kron4 morning nils. maligned coming up on the kron4 morning nils. >i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles.
>> pope francis has been selected by time magazine as the person of the year. in only his first year as head of the catholic church, the pope was selected by the magazine's editors as the person who had the greatest impact on the world, for good or bad, in 2013. time says pope francis changed the tone, perception and focus of one of the world's largest institutions in an extraordinary way. >> n-s-a leaker edward snowden
>> youtube rewind has released a playful homage to this year's top videos. the video just posted early this morning pokes fun at the most popular videos of take a look. among the top spoofed videos. robin thicke and pharell's "blurred lines". also, miley cyrus' hit "wrecking ball" and her twerking performance at this year's video music awards. the viral dance craze the "harlem shake" also made the list of most viewed and spoofed videos in 2013. >> we will be right back as the kron4 morning news continues. we are talking the top political stories of the year
>> welcome back. eds temperatures were in the party's once again. tomorrow sunny skies once again. the warming trend will continue especially into next week. the temperatures right now are still of a 30's. especially for our north to make friends. 40's and about. 38 in concord san jose is that 39 degrees 60 in half moon bay. mid 40's for oakland red it is 4
degrees warmer in nevada don't want grant will continue and will have a lot of sunshine we do see a another storm system that may bring clouds to the north bay pripet right now it is looking to be dry. the temperatures for to that are topping into the mid to upper 50s. it's 59 degrees for san jose. i think we will see widespread 60's and plenty of sunshine. i have not worked out because it has been to call. >> the time right now is
9:45 a.m.. we have an accident northbound 880 perry ed this accident was in the red area. you're slow until berkeley. the san mateo bridge is seen an improvement. there are no delays said the toll. the golden gate bridge has been in good shape. >> as 2013 comes to a close, we wanted to look at some of the top "comedic" news stories of the year. joining us this morning is political satirist and funnyman will durst.
>> in your morals i know it has been such a great year. you never disappoint. >> always something. eds is kind of follow where people go bad but not this year. this is just a lot of material. let's talk about some of your top 10. well time magazine talked about pope francis. this is different legitimate news. he turned into a liberal democrat. >> then let's talk about and the teaanthony weiner can a
comeback. he acts delay--we have the president who was able to make mobile office small bowl again. >> his first term was a little boring >> he is perfect pretty is starting to make joe biden and the press the venture operated >> we also have to dennis rodman becoming a way ambassador. he was known as the moral and in the nba. >> of all the north americans you kind of thought that would keep that. maligned and dennis
rodman being an ambassador, what its next mike tyson become a poet. >> rob for debt made the list. ha iford made the list because he admitted using crack sprea. >> and just the fact makes all american politicians look better. >> what do you think about the affordable health care act? >> i think the president came out and had to apologize. he stated that the website could have gone smoother. that was the number one story in terms of a committed purposes. maligned the nsa, most
people think that they should have been responsible for filling out the website. >> they have all the information. they probably know if i am sad or not. ted cruz reading green eggs and ham. in the bug, he does not like a green eggs and ham but he tries it and then he likes it. obama care had even kicked in. is kinda like stating that he then like a halftime show at the super bowl. every year you have such a great material. >> until something happens
like the president, president boris, you cannot touch and for years. something always happens. we're doing this comedy show and we are back at december 26th seven different cities. we're going to bay at the cree and activity there. >> if you are going to be or around the bay area >> will be right back red zçzçtó
>> for the second year in a row, the grinches on patrol in cheyenne, wyoming. with his trusty dog max and his radar gun in hand, he took to the streets to remind drivers to slow down and to drive safe. >> known to bay area sports. the san jose sharks riding a three game losing streak, taking on the new york islanders. the sharks have not lost to the islanders in 10 years. the second period, the score was 1-zero sharks'
pripet >> and let's take a look at the weather. we are said to have a warm-up. it is crazy. we're going to get up to 65 degrees. we have came a long way. >> how many shopping days till we have left? >> not that many. >> people are starting to worry about them but we do have more temperatures. the-a big king the past. that will do what for us this morning. see you back here at 4:00 a.m.. >> dr. phil was nexis next.
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