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he flagged down the highway patrol. all ahead. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> good morning. thank for waking up with us on friday, september 24th, i am pam cook. >> i am dave clark, let's check weather and traffic, here is steve. >> skies are clear. some fog down the coast very shallow. 70s half moon bay should say 72, ever one else 80s, mid-80s and low 90s. the temperature trend will go up. here is sal. >> steve, right now traffic is moving along pretty well on 80 as you head out to the macarthur maze with no major problems. the traffic looks good open the bay bridge. san francisco north on southbound 101 moving along well -- [ inaudible ] >> and traffic also looks good leaving southbound 101. in vallejo we have a problem with a truck that got into an
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accident early this morning. jade hernandez is -- [ inaudible ] >> reporter: i can tell you the good news is that crews have uprighted this big rig that came off the off-ramp, the columbus parkway off-ramp too fast this morning. what you are looking at is the wrup uprighted big rig and what it was carrying. the driver is going to be all right but the highway patrol tells me he took it too fast. it flipped his big rig and all thed so came off. it is still under investigation at this point. the chp is optimistic they are going to get this cleaned up in 45 minutes.
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i was told the on-ramp to westbound i-80 is still open. if you go past where this accident is, i have been told it is a mix of residential businesses -- slash businesses, so anyone coming through this area may have to be rerouted for the next hour or so. we are live here in vallejo, we will bring you the latest from the chp, live, jade hernandez, back to you. >> 5:01. another tragic accident overnight. a bicyclist hit and killed on a bay area freeway. this happened on interstate highway 505 after 1:00 this morning. police say an unidentified bicyclist in his 20s road the bike on to the lanes of traffic and he was killed. the driver who hit him flagged down an officer a mile down the road saying he thought he hit a
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deer. the chp is still investigating. >> police are warning women after two recent attacks in parking garages. the latest incident happened at 4:00 tuesday afternoon at the lee avenue parking garage. police say a man grabbed a female student in a stairwell but she managed to fight him off. last tuesday around 5:30 in the morning police say a female student was pushed into her car and raped near the science building. >> it is midday, scary that somebody has courage to do that in daylight, very nerve- racking. there should be more security. there should be more police officers around. >> campus police say they are patrolling parking lots more frequently and working on suspect sketches, one is described as l tin 040 to 50, the other is described as a heavy set african american man wearing a ski mask. >> a new $3 million federal grant will help oakland pay for
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violence prevention programs. about $2 million will be set aside for a program to keepd a risk youth out of trouble. $750,000 will help put teenagers released from juvenile detention back into school. an additional $750,000 will help young adults find jobs after getting out of jail. two people were shot and wounded overnight in oakland. this happened around midnight near market and 32nd street. police were called when two shooting victims, one of them in critical condition, sought treatment at highland hospital. a police search of the crime scene showed bullet casings scattered all over the street and an undisclosed amount of cash. >> we have a description of a man who assaulted a female
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jagger, latino, 5'10," 150 pounds. signs are up. she fought him off and ran away. >> sal is watching the whole commute this morning. >> that's right, dave and pam, right now traffic is moving along well around the bay area. you heard about the accident jade was talking about. that is not having a major effect on any of the freeways, 80 looks good out to the macarthur maze. also this morning's commute is light with no problems into san francisco. if you are driving this morning on northbound 280 off to a nice start there. let's go to steve. >> we do have mostly clear skies, just updating the picture you can see everything riding up and over that ridge of high pressure building in. it is not a big guy but it is trying to build in and it will. fog trying to come down the
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coast, shallow, temperatures aloft warming up. inland it won't matter. temperatures are on their way up. 40s but after everything is said and done, sunny to nice to warm to hot. 70s, 80s and 90s, 49 santa rosa and napa. a plunge of cool air right there. 46 ukia, 54 sacramento. after everything is said and done sunny and warmer 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, 68 pacifica, 93 antioch and brentwood, and out to vacaville, upper 80s, santa
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rosa, napa, 90 calastoga, and mid-80s on the peninsula. sunny and warmer, key days sunday and monday, temperatures inland 90s, the coast will stay in the 70s. pam and dave. >> another emotional day for victims of the san bruno pipeline explosion. today the crews will start day 2 of that clean up of the more than 3 dozen homes destroyed by the gas pipeline fire and explosion. claudine wong is out there with the latest aced all the details. >> reporter: good morning, dave. yes, demolition will begin again, once again at about 8:00 this morning as crews continue to try to clear debris from this san bruno neighborhood. they are trying to get it back open in just a few weeks. it was a very busy day yesterday. we are on glenview just up the hill from where the crater is where this all happened. that is one of the areas they are focused on this morning. air monitors are being used to
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make sure levels stay safe. it is unrecognizable and emotional. certainly crews well aware they are dealing with someone's home. they are being as careful as possible. we talked to them yesterday. they survived and watched them scoop up the home they had lived in for decades and dumped what was -- what was left. >> they picked up my rv and just threw it in the garbage can and there wasn't too much of it left to throw in actually. >> almost a sense of lows sure it is really over and to see the big jaws come and lift up our car and just -- >> drop it -- >> drop it in the garbage you know it was not as emotional i thought it would be. >> reporter: so what happens today? well yesterday things moved slowly because the county said it was the first day of clearing and they wanted to make sure they went through the
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process very carefully. we do expect things to speed up today. there are dozens of homes on the list for the county to clear. we are also expecting to get a tour of the neighborhood and these newly cleared sites, access has actually been a pretty big issue for the media out here. they have got everything barricaded. there is actually a sign that won't even let us back beyond this point on this street. what they are doing now that these sites are g cleared is they are kind of green lighting them so they are going to take us through the neighborhoods and we also expect to talk to him yesterday about how the day went an we will keep you updated here on the morning news. live in san francisco claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the first debate in the race for mayor. >> my name is arnold fields, the next mayor of oakland. >> nine candidates lay out their ideas for fixing the city. >> a big decision today could mean life or death for hundreds
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of people in california. >> reporter: coming up i will show you how president obama is reacting to the iranian president's claim that america was behind the 9/11 attacks. >> good morning, westbound highway 4 traffic does look good. we will tell you more about the contra costa commute coming up
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welcome back. a federal judge will rule to lift a moratorium on executions in california. it was banned after lethal injections were ruled cruel and unusual punishment but the state has upgraded its death champ bier and retrained its staff and is ready for executions to resume. >> president obama is wrapping up a three day visit to the united nations today. the president, along with many other world leaders, is condemning controversial statements by iran's president before the general assembly. alison burns is live in our washington, d.c. bureau with all the details. good morning, alison. >> reporter: good morning to you, dave. president obama was not there for the speech but he is
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calling it outrageous. members of the delegations walked out of his address yesterday as he says the u.s. orchestrated the september 11th attacks to assure israel's survival. >> some segments within the u.s. government orchestrate the attack to reverse the declining american economy and its grips on the middle east, in order to save the zionist regime. >> reporter: the protests against the iranian leader continued outside the u.n. where demonstrators carry idea pictures of an iranian resistance leader and called him a terrorist. now the british deputy prime minister is expected to use his address at the u.n. today to condemn his claims, meanwhile president obama is still in new york, attending a special u.n. meeting on sudan. reporting live from washington, d.c., alison burns, ktvu
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channel 2 news. >> 5:14. the fbi is helping new york city police investigate the apparent murder of a anything rag and diplomat. a driver found his body at his new york city apartment yesterday morning when he went to pick him up for meetings at the united nations. his stlot had been slit. authorities say they found two bloody knives inside of his apartment. he had worked at the anything rag want consul at for the past eight years. >> nine of 10 candidates for mayor of oakland faced off for their first be date. more than 300 people packed into the kizer center to hear from the candidates. a recent oakland chamber of commerce pole showed don pa radda and jean jean kwan as
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the front-runners. went head-to-head. >> part of it will by -- [ inaudible ] [overlapping speakers] >> -- who gave the raises over the years to the people that pushed those numbers up to 80? we have been leaving beyond our means -- [overlapping speakers] [ inaudible ] >> -- kaplan came in third in the chamber of commerce pole. the other lesser known c andidates include others. >> a bill is headed for the president's desk to be signed, nancy pelosi signed it before sending it to the white house designed to help struggling small businesses to get credit easier and provides incentives for them to expand and hire new employees. democrats have decided to delay action on extending tax cuts until after the elections.
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they are due to expire at the end of the year. president obama and most democrats want to extend those for everyone except the wealthiest americans. however some democrats have now sided with republicans firmly against raising any taxes. >> a new pole shows voters are largely unhappy with both democrats and republicans. 60% disapprove of the job democrats doing. 68% say they don't approve of republicans either. 59% say they don't like how democrats are handling the economy, and score% are unhappy with the republican's work on the country top issue. >> 5:17, hopefully sal is happy with the commute so far. i know you are watching highway 24. >> that's right, highway 24 westbound, dave and pam, good morning to you, looks pretty good. we are starting off there as you drive up to the lafayette area and continue into oakland, so far it is a nice quiet friday morning, just the way we like it to start off the
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weekend. this is a look at westbound bay bridge as you come up to the toll plaza of the commute, no major problems here into san francisco. and it is also light on 237 so far crossing the valley. we are hoping that today on this friday it will stay light for most of the commute. that is our hope anyway. 5:17, here is steve. >> did you say dprid? >> i did steve. >> thank you very much and happy friday. we do have fog down the coast shallow, i say that because it is there. inland it is already clear. you can see how everything is going up like this. here comes the high building in, still another system or two that has to go into the pacific northwest which will prevent it from kicking in sunday, monday. clear conditions warmer, our tar got forecast antioch 56 to start off, 80 at noon, a high of 92. lone tree there to play a little golf. get out there early so it doesn't get too hoot. sunny nice to warm to hot.
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70s, 80s and 90s yesterday. a lot of 80s yesterday upper 80s low 90s inland today. still cool readings. 32 tahoe, the nights and mornings still get cold up there. once you get to september i mean it doesn't take long. 46 ukia, eureka 4542, 50s, 60s down to southern california. it looks warmer for all. now the coast still looks like there is a hint of a westerly breeze. not much but enough. we won't get that howling offshore north wind. just a big old guy high pressure coming in, a us it does temperatures start to come up. so sunshine for me, and for you, pam, dave, everybody. 90s inland, 70s, 80s and 90s, so we will have low 90s fairfield, concord, danfield, san ramon mob gan hill to gilroy up to probably hills burg, st. helena, cal a to go, a 60s, 70s and 80s on the cost.
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always a wide variety in this kind of a pattern. sunny today, then warmer, then saturday, sunday-monday though look like the primetime for the warmest to hot conditions with 80s 90s to near 100 degrees in the most inland locations. ♪ [ music ] >> well european markets are starting the day on a downward trend, overnight asian markets were mixed after the latest u.s. jobs report provided more evidence of an athemmic recovery. the nikkei ended the trairding week lower despite an apparent entervngs in the currency market by the bang, of japan to weekend the yen. australia and new see land fell but markets in hong kong, australia and india all gained ground. right now a slightly higher opening, traders are waiting on reports of durable goods orders and new home sales to -- for fresh clues of which directions the margs could be headed. the dow jones down 76 points.
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the nasdaq and s&p also slipping yesterday. the controversy over glaxo smith klein's diabetes drug continues. it will be discontinued and no longer available across europe. here in the u.s. people already taking avandia will be able to continue using it but will have to sign a consent form. new patients will only be allowed to use it if no other drug works for them. >> 5:20. is it possible, could an end to the state budget embase finally be near? we will tell you when the big 5 negotiators say they think they will have a deal. >> spend in on prisons is growing 20 times sphafter than spending on education here in california, what is being done to change that. >> and if you are driving to the south bay we will take a look at that express lane and see what it is doing to traffic this morning.
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good morning. skies are clear. in the 30s and 50s and temperatures will warm up fast, 60s, 70s 80s by the beaches, 80s and 90s inland. >> the naacp is drumming up support to call for a review of the nation's criminal justice system. legits tores say the u.s. is home for 5% of the world's population but houses 25% of the world's prisoners. the naacp says in the past 20
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years california's spend ig on prisons has increased 20 times faster than spending on education. >> it would be great if we could take that money and pay for higher -- for k-12 quality education, higher education and everything else that we need to make this a positive strong country. >> now, if passed the national criminal justice commission act of 2010 would authorize $14 million over two years, that money would fund a research committee that would make recommendations on how to improve the nation's criminal justice system. san francisco has yet to apply to host the upcoming america's cup sailing race. the city is one of three locations considered for the 20 13 race but according to the examiner it will likely miss a self imposed end of the month deadline to come up with an official bid because of unresolved issues. the city says racing officials have been flexible about that deadline.
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>> we are now hearing california's record budget stalemate may soon be over. after meeting yesterday at the governor's private office in southern california, the so- called big 5 announced they have got the framework for a deal. i they department give details of how they plan to close the budget shortfall but a spokesman says they hope to have it finalized by late monday afternoon. he says the big 5 will meet on monday at the governor's office in sacramento. the legislator would legislature would have to draft the language and it could take several more days. when a budget is finally passed it will be the latest new budget in california history. >> a big rig rolls over in solano county this morning creating quite a mess. find out when it is expected to
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clear up next in a live report. >> a warning for women at and jose city college, where on campus police say suspects have targeted two students. and sarah shourd describes what it was real rye like inside in you are ran any prison, some moments terrifying but one was very special. >> good morning, traffic is moving well if you are driving on 880. we will tell you more about the morning commute coming up.
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good morning to you. welcome back. this is the ktvu channel 2 morning news, it is friday, september 24th. i am dave clark. >> i am pam cook. time is 5:30 and stephen has been saying it is going to be pretty warm this weekend. >> it is, pam, for many, away from the coast, get that boat fired up. head out there. we will have 80s, 90s. it does look warmer but more likely on sunday than monday. we will explain that coming up. now, here is sal. >> steve, good morning. northbound 101 traffic looks good as you come up to the 80 split with no major problems also this morning's commute looks good at the westbound bay bridge toll plaza. no major problems here. ktvu channel 2 reporter jade hernandez is at the scene of a truck accident that has been there since early this morning and has a big clean up effort underway in vallejo, jade. >> reporter: good morning, sal.
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the biggest obstacle right now is actually getting thed so off the roadway. the tractor-trailer is already gone. the california highway patrol is re-evaluating how long they think it will take to clear thed so from the road. this off-ramp has been closed since 2:30 this morning. the chp says the driver pulled off way too fast. the chp says the driver blew past a stop sign then slammed on his brakes for 200 feet and was still unable to keep his trailer from tipping over. he suffered cuts to his head and hand. it does not appear drugs or alcohol played a role but speed did. >> we can pull it off and later take our time removing it from the shoulder.
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>> reporter: what you are looking at is a stop sign they installed a couple of years ago, the reason is that many accidents were happening right here at this off-ramp. the tractor-trailers were not negotiating speed and flipping over right here. this morning's accident happened at 2:45 and involved on the tractor-trailer and speed played a factor. the biggest obstacle is getting the right equipment here to clean it up. the chp tells me it will take another couple of hours to clear it off the roadway. >> 5:32. in the east bay police are telling parents and children be on alert after several attempts by strangers to lure children off the streets. the attempts have happened during the past week and a
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half. in brent wood, pleasant hill and yesterday in walnut creek. brentwood police say a man has been telling children their parents asked him to walk them to their soccer games. similar incidents happened at other places. >> the best thing to tell them is if anybody comes up that you do not know do not go with them no matter how convincing they are. >> the police say the cases appear to be unrelated. all three men reportedly have different descriptions. a walnut creek optometrist has been convicted on felony counts of arson. he was accused of setting fires in several businesses last year. he was convicted of all the charges against him including setting fire to the comcast building that knocked out power to 40,000 customers at the
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time. wineberg has a well documented history of bipolar disorder and pleaded not guilty by reason of insani. >> they will have a memorial for them. a service will begin at 4:00 this afternoon followed by a recreption where he had just started his senior year. the california public utilities commission is putting together an independent panel to investigate the san bruno explosion. the three to five member pam will look at what caused the blast and make recommendations on what needs to be done to prevent another disaster. pg&e is offering to pay for that. >> there will be a funeral this morning for a teenager killed in a car crash.
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family and friends of issack brought will gather at the church. he was a passenger with 4 of his classmates when it crashed. a driver was charged with vehicular manslaughter and is due in juvenile court to enter a plea. eddie fisher has died at the age of 82. >> the singer made headlines with his marriages to and divorces. he was later better known as the father of actresses carry and jolie fisher. he died after complications from hip surgery. >> our time is 5:35, police are warning women at san jose city college this morning after two recent attacks in parking garages. we have this report from kraig
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debro. >> reporter: good morning, dave, campus police have issued an alert to people on campus, especially women but one of the problems is they only have three full time police officers. one of the attacked happened here at the lee avenue parking garage. it was around 4:00 p.m. on tuesday afternoon. a female student told police she was walking up the stairs to the second floor of the garage, police say the suspect is latino, 40 to 50 years old. >> suspect pulled on her sweatshirt from behind and pushed her against the half wall, after which she turned around, he attempted to push himself against her, his body against her, and she -- she fought back -- >> -- very concerned about my safety, especially being a young woman walking home at 9:00 from class. >> reporter: last tuesday at 5:30 in the morning a female student arriving for class at another parking garage near the science building was pushed back into her car and raped. the suspect description there
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is different from the other attack, a heavy set african american man wearing a ski mask. police say they are patrolling the parking lots more frequently but there are only three full time campus officers here at san jose city college. coming up i will be trying to talk to police about what any kind of description they have or perhaps a sketch. live in san jose, kraig debro, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. let's check in with sal on traffic so far this morning on friday. how does it look, sal? >> it looks pretty good. not a lot going on pam and dave. good morning to you. right now traffic is moving along very nicely if you are driving on highway 92 driving on to 101. san mateo bridge. dumbarton bridge also looking good over to east palo alto. this morning's commute is okay on 880 in oakland. traffic north and southbound near the coliseum is looking good. and if you are driving to the bay bridge toll plaza so far so good. westbound traffic is not bad at all coming into the city.
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5:37. here is steve. >> all righty. sal, thank you. happy friday, everybody. skies are clear. cool for some. not like yesterday. we had a couple of 30s yesterday, when cooed 39. this morning 40s and mid-90s, upper 40s. as you probably heard by now temperatures are going up. they went up yesterday about 5- 10 degrees, today upper 60s, 70s to near 80 on the coast and low 90s. the weekend saturday looks to be a push. not much of a change today. sunday could be the transition day as we start to see inland temperatures warming up. then monday-tuesday look to be warm to hot. this does not -- the coast will warm up but we are not going to see that rip-roaring offshore wind or anything, just a big old guy high pressure coming in and he wants to flex his muscle. storm trex to the north. there is another system that might drag across clouds but yf all -- it is lifting. as it lifts it continues to see the high build in and warm us up. 70s, 80s 90s, sunny, nice to warm to hot. sometime low 90s that is hot.
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san francisco 58. we will go 64 at 9:00. 74 at noonch i am going for a high of 80. sunny, warm, there is fog going parallel to the coast. so if it is 80 in san francisco you know it is warm in antioch and gin land areas, we will go 92 there for the high side. not is so thermal but temperatures about only 1520 degree spread coast and inland. 49 santa rosa napa to 59 in the city, tba al alto, san francisco 54, ukia cool, sacramento low semis today. 50s and 60s up and down the cost. one more system here then the one behind it will deepen, as it deepeners it is a teeter- totter effect, that builds the high and there in lies the sunday-monday warm up. today warmer weather kicking in. a slight northerly component but not much. warmer weather, fire danger goes up a little bit, especially sunday-monday, so we will go warmer monday, that m
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stands for monday, that ks to be the hottest day. temperatures coming up, 60s, 70s 80s by 3 cost. santa cruz, if you have that friday flu, not only -- imrea, that one too, head over to capatola, santa cruz, even i think half moon bay, san francisco everybody looks good. 80s and low 90s inland. on the 5 day let's see if we can go -- there we are, we are a winner, so warm on saturday, then we go warm to hot sunday- monday, tuesday and it looks like a pattern change and maybe finally a stretch of warm weather. pam and dave. >> we are hearing more about how sarah shourd says things happened during 410 days during an iranian prison. she describes life in the cell. she says when she was first taken there she was interrogated several times a day. a female guard would come to give her extra clothing and a blindfold and take her to the interrogation room. she was told this write down the answers to the questions and if her questioners didn't
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write what she wrote they would tear it and tell there to write it again. she said over the course of two months she wrote hundreds of pages. she said she is desperate to win the release of her fiance and her friend still in that iranian prison. >> new developments in the jace cue dugard kidnapping case, an important hearing takes place today that may determine if suspect phillip garrido will face trial. >> plus sesame street is pulled for being too risks kay. >> good morning. southbound 101 traffic aproffing the 580 interchange is moving along okay. we will tell you more about the marin county commute as we continue.
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good morning. skies are clear and warmer today, 60s, 70s, 80s by 3 beaches, 80s around 3 bay, and upper 80s and low 90s inland. >> welcome back, gunnel to you, here is a quick look at some of the top stories right for you at 5:43. a federal judge is expected to rule on before to lift a ban on executions here in california, if they are allowed to resume a man convict of killing afine- year-old girl would be the first in line to be put to death on wednesday. the big 5 state negotiators say they are close to a deal on a new state budget. the governor and legislative leaders say are going to work through the weekend and hope to have a new budget details finalized by monday afternoon. this, by the way, is the latest state budget ever in california history. and president obama says remarks by the president of iran at the united nations were
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offensive. president muhammadd ad a suggested the u.s. government may have been involved in the september 11th attacks. >> phillip garrido is due back in court today for what could by a very important hearing in the jaycee dugard kidnapping case. there is speculation that lawyers could announce he may be mentally incompetent to stand trial. if such a move is made and the judge agrees to a mental evaluation it would put an immediate hold on the proceeding. a virginia woman was the first woman executed in the u.s. in five years. teresa louis died by lethal injection at the grepsville correctional center last night. witnesses say she looked frightened as the entered the death chamber. she was convicted of arranging the deaths of her husband and stepson for life insurance. the two shooters were given life sentences. many say shellacked intelligence to mastermind the
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killings and was manipulated. >> italy will no longer use those full body scanners at airports. after a six month investigation the government is scrapping the program. they say the embrace of the machine us is slow and ineffective. they are no longer being used in more airports and milan's is expected stop soon. >> spail 0 alto facebook is apologizing for the worst outage in years. many users were unable to aaccess their account for up to two and a half hours yesterday. facebook says there was a problem with an automatic error checking routine, that system was turned off to get it back up and running. facebook is exploring ways to keep that from happening again when they turn the system back on. actress lindsey lohan could be sent back to jail when she faces a judge today. now she admitted to failing her court ordered drug te less than a month after she was
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released from rehab after serving jail for dui charges. the judge had previously said he wouldgence lohan for a month in jail for each drug test she skipped or failed but it is also he could decide to send her pack to rehab. her court appearance could be the scene of a show down between her parents. her mother is threatening to have her ex-husband arrested if he shows up. she reportedly has a criminal protective order against him. >> big news in sports, the coach who has won more nba games than anybody else won't be coaching the golden state warriors next season. don nelson is out of a job. although it is not clear if he is resigning or if he was fired by the new owners. he is going to get the six million dollars he would have earned next season. an official announcement is expected next week. it is also expected the team will name his assistant, keith smart, as the new head coach. >> 5:47 is the time.
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sal is checking on highway 4. how does it look, sal? >> it is looking slow in some areas already believe it or not. highway 4 in antioch already getting slow downs, by the time you reach bay point where it is a 4 lane highway much better but already slowing in the antioch area, nothing major, on 680 nearby it looks good to hall nut creek. also this morning a look at the toll plaza. more people showing up. westbound traffic is not all that bad. if we look at the commute in high ward, union city and fremont, so far so good on those free wrais. 5:48 here is steve. >> sal, thank you, sir. skies are clear and, well, unless you have been out of town or somewhere and you or just getting back you probably heard we have warmer weather on tap. today warmer weather. the trend is to take it into the weekend and then it looks like sunday-monday will be the warmest. temperatures far enough away from the coast upper 90s to 100, today upper 90s for some and low 90s storm track, jet
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stream. watch oh this goes in, goes in -- [ inaudible ] >> -- warmer forecast. there is fog coming down the coast but arriving very late and it won't have much of an impact and it is shallow but may just go parallel to the coast. sunny, nice to warm to hot. 70s, 80s and 90s, not too much of a barn burner today. san francisco 58. we will go 64, 74, then top you out at 80 degrees. so sunny, mostly sunny, and warm. 48, santa rosa napa, tbub palo alto, 58 san francisco, oakland- berkeley 56, san jose 55. 30s mountains, 46 ukia, 45 eureka, 50s sacramento, they will be around 92 today. you can see how everything plows in -- [ inaudible ] >> -- up there but it is going way to the north. as it does that allows the high to build in. temperatures today come up. we will not see a north wind, more just a big old guy high pressure which wants to kick in. it will fire in on sunday-
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monday. warm today, warmer on saturday, sunday-monday, month, it is mo. that that should say monday, it's will be hot. i could make a joke but i won't. sunshine, warmer, 60s, 70s, 80s by the coast, 80s and 90s inland, temperatures will continue to warm up. we will hold it said saturday, warmer on sunday-monday and keep it there even for tuesday, pam and dave. >> or regular cal ceo larry ellison says he does not plan to buy up rivals like others have. he sadr said said oracle is more interested in buying up intellectual companies. wal-mart is apologizing for customers who are unable to use credit and debit cards at its stores yesterday. the problem effected all wal- mart and sam's clubs stores across the country for nearly two hours, the retailer says
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the problem was caused by the failure of a card reading system. they are not saying how much money may have been lost because of that. a new car showroom is open this morning oakland and it is dedicated to eco friendly cars, all the cars sold in honda's new showroom will have only hybrids or other type of green vehicles, the stickers will explain why each one of them is green. that showroom is located on the 3300 block of piedmont avenue. >> now we know the date but where wit ill happen? we will tell you about the big court decision just made in the chauncey bailey murder case but an even bigger one remains. >> plus a unique new way that bart is helping people get their lives back on track.
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a jury has convicted a 24- year-old man in connection with a police chase that ended with the death of a officer. he died when a van slammed into his patrol car. jurors found the man guilty of murdering the officer. prosecutors said he was fleeing after four robberies he committed with three other men. his attorney argued the others forced him to take part in the crimes. >> 5:54. new reports say several people convict of crimes like rape, elder abuse and assault with a deadly weapon are allowed to
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work as home care aids here in california. the l.a. times says more than 200 workers and applicants who have been flagged as unsuitable are now scheduled to resume or begin employment. under a recent court ruling only a history of specific types of child or elder abuse can disqualify a person. workers advocates had argued nearly half of the state's 400,000 home care workers are relatives of the. a judge set a november trial date for the man accused of killing chauncey bailey and others. the attorneys asked the judge for more time and requested their trial be moved. but the judge said this case needs to go to trial and he would consider a change of venue, depending on how jury selection goes. >> some people looking for work are getting help to prepare for job interviews from bart. bart collected gentle used professional clothing from transit riders yesterday.
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bart is working with a non- profit group called wardrobe for opportunity, which helps people out of work. the group says being dressed well can be crucial when it comes to making a positive first impression. well bay area officials will mark the beginning of a new project to dig a water tunnel under the bay. it will run five miles from newark to menlo park as part of the water system. officials say the $3 dpref million will be safe and ensure the delivery of drinking water following a 18 earthquake. >> sees se ma street has sesame street is canceling this. they were getting a lot of complaints about her cleave
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arch. this clip is still available on utube but you won't be seeing it on sesame street tv. >> let's check in with sal. >> let's take a look at what we have now. traffic is doing well driving on northbound 280 up to highway 17. no major problems here. it is a nice way to start off the south bay commute. same goes for 680 driving let's say from pleasanton down to fremont, that new express lane people are finally and slowly getting used to it but people have not been using it. they have, carpoolers have but not a lot using the 6 dollar toll or whatever. westbound up to the bay bridge toll plaza looks good. now back to dave and pam. >> all right. sal. women attacked on a bay area college campus, we are going to tell you where police patrols are now increasing and what we know about the attacks. >> plus wa big rig overturned just hours ago and how the bay
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area commute may be affected. >> good morning, skies are clear so that means we are warming up. right? right? we will tell you in two minutes. send comments to captions by terry james, caption colorado, llc.
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