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a fire at a redwood city metal scrapping facility continues to give firefighters fits. i will have an 6(móñupdates com up. veteran's day celebrations from around the bay and the nation. >> the aid starting to pour in the philippine as we get new pictures of the devastation. the death toll continuing to climb and expected to reach possibly ten thousand. we will have the latest on how people in the bay area are helping the victims. taking a look at our bay area weather and traffic on
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this monday morning veteran's day. hi erica. >> good morning, darya. gray skies overlooking the san francisco sky line, temperatures in the 40s and 50s. high clouds will be expected later today. temperatures will range from the upper 50s along the coast to the mid-60s. take a look. we could see 70s for some of the warmer spots. we could see rain drops for tomorrow. i'll bring you the seven-day forecast and talk about the likelihood for rain coming up in 15 minutes. here is dan. hey, erica. the top spot is smoldering, 80, overturned because of a big rig and a backup extending to alamo. the right lane is shut down and san francisco, 101, a wreck and chavez and backing up to the upper deck. at the bay bridge toll plaza, good shape and no delays and the same for the san mateo bridge where things are moving
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well eastbound and westbound. the golden gate bridge in good shape at this hour. thanks a lot, dan. 7:01, redwood city road is opened as fire crews on the scene. we have the latest. . >> reporter: good news, the fire department lifted the shelter in place so you can leave your house without any concern for any breathing problems. we want to show you a shot from the cam here we are quite a distance away, most of the heavy lifting is done and it took about 16 plus hours or so. this fire 120 yesterday afternoon afternoon and they fought it until maybe 7:00 this morning. just a couple of minutes ago where we saw a couple of firefighters leave the scene here. it looks like the heavy lifting is behind them. here is video that we got after
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the fire started. the cause of the fire still under investigation. they believe because this is a place that crushes cars and have gotten into accidents. the cars are supposed to be stripped down completely but certain parts like plastic dashboards that perhaps during the crushing process, sparks and friction that might have caused the fire to start. we have got a chance to talk to the redwood city fire chief and here is his speculation on what might have caused the fire. >> a lot of times what we have is these cars that it is generally the cars that they have crushed and they are required to have the combustible materials removed and they can't catch everything and a lot of times it takes something small that is not seen or caught in the middle of the rubbage that gets compacted and once it gets going we can't get to it right away. >> they monitored the situation
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at 2:00 in the morning, hot spots are so stubborn they poured water on the spots. they will be here to monitor the situation. the fire started at 1:20 on a holiday weekend, people out and fortunately they did not see any spike in the number of calls to the fire department and the volume pretty much was consistent for a typical sunday afternoon. back to you, darya. thanks a lot, wil. we are getting the latest pictures from the philippine and officials fear the death toll from the powerful typhoon could reach ten thousand or more. now right now the official death toll at 950. authorities say that the typhoon is affected at least two million people in 41 provinces. u.s. marines now arriving to provide relief in the central philippines. and bay area residents are jumping into action over an outpouring of support for those that have lost everything.
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a local nonprofit held a relief drive in san bruno where people dropped off nonperishable items like cereal and dry noodles and toothbrushes, they fill 47 boxes and collected $1600 that will be turned to the philippine red cross. many of those that gave have friends and families in the affected area. >> many families have been affected one way or the other. it is heavy on the heart but we want to send the best out. send the best out to them. >> a local shipping company has volunteered to deliver the boxes but it will take a month for the supplies to reach the central philippines. >> president obama announcing that the u.s. is providing significant humanitarian aid and to assist relief efforts. the president went on to praise the philippine people from the incredible resiliency. u.s. marines on the grounds in the philippines. thanks a lot, mark.
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we have details on an fda recall that could affect you if you buy salads and sandwiches from trader joe's. these are prepackaged salads and sandwiches linked to e. coli contamination, two of the items sold at trader joe's in the bay area. take a look at the products. they came from the glass onion catering company in richmond. marketed under the trader joe mexicoity and fresh chicken salads and the delish and super fresh foods produced by the 23rd to the 6th of november. there were six cases of e. coli reported. the nation will be honoring the services of the armed forces on veteran's day. president obama will be attending a ceremony at arlington ceremony about 8:00 our time, about an hour from now. the district of columbia will honor the must ko gee airmen
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and a and a wreath will be placed at the memorial as well. a parade was in san francisco yesterday and here it is, marching bands and flags and a full sized helicopter. that event marks 60 years since the end of the korean war and there were of course different veterans from all groups that participated. it is breathtaking, what our veterans have done is to sacrifice the ultimate, we can't give back what they have lost, time away from the family but we can darn sure give them respect. this was san francisco's 9 4th annual parade honoring veterans. we keep asking you for pictures. we have had some come in, this he have been fantastic. if you have pictures of members from the military post them on our facebook page and e-mail them to us at breaking news@kron4 and submit them to our mobile ap and we will share
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the pictures on our facebook page and show them on our air as well. 7:07. that young deer with the arrow through it has escaped death. we are going to show you how the young buck is recovering next. and a french satellite falls out of the sky. we will have details coming
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a heart breaking story with a
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great ending. a young deer roaming through after a biologist removed this arrow from the buck's snout. now, this picture taken back on november 1st, a woman new jersey saw this in her yard. the biologist were able to catch the deer on saturday. they removed the arrows you see here. and they say that no major arteries or organs were damaged and the deer's chance for survival are excellent and released it of the weekend. in brooklyn, four people are dead after a man opened fire at a row house. the shooting happened after midnight in bush wick, the man came to the row house with a rifle and killed three people and himself. the police say that they did know each other, the victims and the shooter. they are looking into a possible link to a music band. one other person was shot but is expected to survive. coming up next on the kron4
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7:14, a two thousand pound satellite fell out of orbit and luckily did not hit anyone on the ground. it burned up in the atmosphere. what it looked like before it made reentry. there was a concern that the debris may make it to the ground and strike a populated area. but that turned out not to be the case. engineers say it disintegrated. it outlasted its mission which was to study ocean batteries. it finally ended operations and fell to earth. there is more, i know you like space stories. the soshi olympic torch is back on eat. the capsule carried the torch and three astronauts landed safely today. the unlit torch was brought to the iss thursday. we told you about this last week on the kron4 morning news. and two russia crew members took the torch on a space walk
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on saturday. always cool to look at not just for two hours in a movie theater. i'm not saying i don't like the news story but don't like gravity, erica. that's probably the one hundredth time i have heard that and the sandra bullock going around. and as we take a live look from the roof camera, the sun trying to come out. you can see it is brighter out there as you head out the door this morning. a lot of folks have the day off for veteran's day. temperatures really not too bad. in the upper 40s, low 50s. san francisco very mild at 54 degrees. but take a look at your visibility chart, down to zero miles for napa and six miles of visibility in oakland. right now we are seeing 8 miles of visibility around sfo and tracking some flight delays averaging one hour on arriving flights. higher clouds and sunshine and it looks like temperatures just a touch cooler than what we
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experienced yesterday. to break town the numbers. 66 for pato alto and fremont 66 and low 70s for the alden valley in the east bay, low 70s in walnut creek and danville, 66 is the high in castro valley. we will have temperatures in the low 60s for san bruno and downtown san francisco. only going to see a reading of 157 if you are heading to ocean beach. we could see rain drops for tomorrow but the models starting to back you have on that. we will see an increase in cloud cover for the bay area. any rain we do see will be north of the golden gate bridge. in the north bay, keep those umbrellas out and the models, really starting to back off on that chance. your seven day around the bay forecast, highlights warmer weather by midweek and cooling back down as we transition in the weekend. expect partly cloudy skies saturday and sunday with your highs approaching the upper 60s and low 70s. 7:17 on the clock and on the
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traffic. this button shows no signs of cooling westbound 80 approaching highway 12 and overturned big rig blocking the right lane and it will be some time before they reopen the right lane. in the meantime it is not having too much of an effect on traffic. but i think these people would beg to differ back backed up to alamo. an accident near chavez. that is gone and traffic starting to loosen up off of the bay bridge. still a smooth ride and no delays at the bay bridge toll plaza. out at the san mateo bridge looking good eastbound and westbound. eastbound back towards hayward, you are in good shape and golden gate bridge in good shape and moving well northbound and southbound. mark. thank you, dan. government officials now warning that the sequester cuts where congress couldn't agree. the warning that the sequester
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will get worse as we go in the next year with steeper cuts already expected to kick in january. this year's cuts weren't as bad because government agencies had extra money in rainy day funds. the pentagon used more than five billion dollars in unspent money they had from previous years to ease their 39 billion in sequester cuts. furloughs originally scheduled for 11 days were scaled back to six. the justice department found more than five hundred million in similar money. that allowed agencies like the f.b.i. to avoid furloughs together this year. but come in january with the rainy day money gone and those steeper cuts that kick in on january first, they are warning that government services and the furloughs will be worse in 2014. after two days of negotiations, diplomats failed to end the nuclear program in iran. secretary state john kerry was negotiating with iran's leaders, the agreement would
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have eased the economic sanctions on iran have failed. >> stop enriching, dismantle the subterfuges and stop the plutonium reactor, if you want a peaceful powerful program which i'm fine with, let the international control the fuel program where the iranian program looks like mexican and canada and not north korea and turn in the highly enriched uranium to the international community. >> graham says he and a bipartisan group of senators will push for new sanctions on i ran as early as this week. a quick update this week, the bond market is closed but the wall street opened with modest gains for the dow, up 18- and-a-half points on twitter, a
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that ipoed at 26 and the first trade was 45.10 and falling ever since that first trade after it went up to 50. now twitter down to $41 currently. if you want a jump on the holiday shopping, target will be opened even earlier on thanksgiving. the stores will open at 8:00 on thanksgiving so that's november 28th. and it is an hour earlier. last year they opened too so this means more work for target employees, they have to run and go to work and for you more shopping. they are not closing until 11:00 on black friday. target will open 15 online discount for two weeks can if you don't want to head to a brick and mortar store you can go online. on this veteran's day free
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businesses and food to those that serve. olive garden andstarbuckses and free hair cuts at sports clip. and in richmond, chevron will be hosting an event on the ss red oak victory ship this morning beginning at 10:00. darya. and we head to the veteran's day parade yesterday and we are looking forward to the big macy's annual thanksgiving day parade. one that they broadcast for everybody on tv. if you have november seen it in person, it is cool. four new balloons. 8000 volunteers on the ground at the macy's parade and under each balloon, 90 trained people under the balloon. that is from what do you call it with the dragon. macy's annual thanksgiving
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according to the bmv, bike readers have the same responsibilities as motorists and subject to the same rules and regulations. this means that bicyclallists cannot kick it in the crosswalk waiting for the light to change. >> you are required to wait at the lim line like drivers wait. this is a bad example. you have to wait at the limit line just like -- forget it. my point and by the way, car drivers and motorcyclists, you are not making it easy for me. you cannot -- actually you can do whatever you want but you are not permitted to stop in the crosswalk when waiting for the light to change. here is a great example over on market street, this is a green box where bicyclists are supposed to wait and this is supposed to be for bikes. shaking my head. anyway, where was i? oh, yes, you are supposed to stop and
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wait but some don't. let's find out why. >> you do know you are not supposed to have your bike in the crosswalk. >> i don't follow. >> you don't follow? >> i don't. >> you don't follow the rules you mean? >> despite the fact that there are instructions on where to stop on a poll on market. >> everybody is trying to get somewhere but we all got to move together. so i have seen too many accidents, car accidents. bike accidents and pedestrian accidents. i just want to get to work. everybody be safe. >> thank you. >> this rider by the way did the right thing and waited behind the limit line. you cannot ride your bike on the sidewalk and absolutely not on a cell phone. they are not a short cut to cross the street. if you ride your bike across the limit line you could have a red light ticket that could set the great american novel.
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7:0029 and here is a nice picture to get you out of bed. it is not that cold out so you don't have that excuse not to get moving. >> we don't have the cold temperatures darya. we are actually mostly in the 50s can't complain about that. the sun trying to breakthrough. expect high clouds for the afternoon, temperatures a touch cooler than what we experienced yesterday. we will see 70s in the south bay and for the warmer east bay spots. this evening, expect cloudy conditions and rainy conditions. we will look at the seven-day forecast coming up at 7:45. good morning, dan. >> good morning, erica and good morning on the roadway rudely
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interrupted by this accident. westbound 80 approaching highway 12 and the right lane is shut down and will be shut down for sometime. it will take some time to get through the backup which now extends to alamo. on the back bridge things moving well, westbound to san francisco and there was a backup on the upper deck due to an accident on south 101. highway 92 looking good. both directions moving westbound. hayward, no delays whatsoever and the golden gate bridge moving well southbound and westbound. thank you very much. dan, a redwood city road opened this morning and crews on the scene of recycling plant. the good news is that things are improving, kron4 wil tran at the scene with the latest. wil. >> much better, james, lifted the shelter in place and you are free to move about without
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any fears of breathing problems and the shelter in place was there for at least 16 hours. you can see behind me the recycling plant is off in the distance. we don't see the hot spots anymore. the only crew there are investigators. here is video that we got after it started. it happened at around 1:20 on sunday afternoon. the cause of the fire obviously still under investigation. but the fire department believes because this is a recycling plant that deals mostly with crushed cars, they have to strip the cars before it goes into the facility but sometimes according to the fire chief, they forget to remove certain materials or it is impossible to remove the materials. once they crush it, it creates so much friction and sparks and perhaps that might have caused the fire and then overnight the hot spots gave them all kinds of problems that they pretty much sprayed water on the mounds of metal for at least four to five hours using cranes and lifting up the scraps of metal to get to the heart of
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the fire. it looks like it is out and no injuries to report and because it was a shelter in place, a lot of people took that warning and they stayed in place and nobody had to go to the hospital for any breathing problems and the volume of calls that they got after the fire started, the fire chief says pretty much consistent with your typical sunday afternoon. back to you, james. very good. wil, tank you for the update, mark. following the latest out of the philippine with typhoon haiyan that battered the philippine friday. one of the strongest cyclones ever recorded. widespread devastation and death toll at 950 and estimates it could climb over ten thousand. u.s. marines have arrived and with a large fill low pino community. many in church. >> the church full of thoughts
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and prayers for those in the philippine. >> everybody is trying to send messages over facebook to say that you know, really pray hard. >> geraldine is like many here, the congregation is mostly fill low pino. >> we have not heard from them really because we can't get through yet. >> i am pretty nervous. i hope that everything is going to be okay. >> with the destruction making communication difficult. many are turning to prayer. >> that is the whole message of good friday and easter, the pattern of dying and rising we believe we can come to life and our sisters in the philippine will come to life in the areas that have been damaged. >> he tells me the congregation raised donations after an earthquake struck the philippine last month and they plan another fundraiser effort in the wake of typhoon haiyan. >> it is so sad that it happens
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in that country, the poor countries suffer. >> the parishioners like geraldine are hoping for are a break and praying for their loved ones to be okay. >> just be hopeful that we will get through this. >> after two tragedies in one month, silent prayer seems to say it all. in daly city, mike pelton, kron4 news. 7:35 and we are watching gas prices across the country the national average at 318. not too bad, state wise in california 3.71 and the cheapest gas is in san jose at 3.63. >> residents will be playing respects to veterans. terisa estacio takes a look at
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one of the morning ceremonies. >> >> reporter: here at the cemetery. community members plan to go out to the grave site and place flags on veteran's grave sites. at nine a.m., there is a parade and another parade in morin county. almost every hour throughout the day there is special events planned to honor those that served. do you have a special story about a vet or a special tradition that you would like to share? let us know on our kron4 web site or tweet me your story. terisa estacio, kron4 news. coming up. the latest on a bizarre kidnapping in louisiana. it involved a stabbing and a shooting and a rescue. full details straight ahead. we will talk football with gary radnich. how bad will losing peyton hurt the broncos.
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we will talk about that coming
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up. >> we go to a story about the kidnapper shot and killed by a heroic louisiana man looking for his abducted cousin arsono. she is home from the hospital and back with her 2-year-old son three days after being kidnapped and stabbed by the father of her child. authorities had been searching for 29-year-old scott thomas near lafayette avenue after he arrived at a daycare center on wednesday and confronted 29- year-old bethny. thomas allegedly forced her into his vehicle and drove away. her two-year-old son was left inside her car at the daycare. ar accepto's cousin was looking for he when he kicked in the back door of an abandoned house and shot and killed her kidnapper. that cousin whose name was withheld by the sheriff's department says he heard screams coming from the house. this story is getting a lot of
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visibility still an issue for concord, livermore and seeing a mile in napa and hearing of delays averaging about an hour. so call ahead and check with your carrier, the low clouds will turn to high clouds. by lunchtime expect mainly 60s throughout the entire bay area. but by 3:00 today. it looks like 70s for livermore and temperatures in the 60s by 8:00 this evening. quick look at the afternoon highs, fairfield 71 and 67 in okay land and we will stay in the low 60s for downtown san francisco and keep temperatures in the upper 50s for daly city. what it going to happen can we will see the cloud cover increase for the rest of the day into the evening hours and could actually see a few sprinkles waking up tomorrow. it doesn't look too likely and chances are starting to back off and looking for a 10% chance. if we see rain drops it will be north of the bridge. warmer wednesday by wednesday and expect a cool down for the
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weekend. by saturday and sunday, warmer spots in the 60s. here is dan. tracking the hot spot in fairfield. westbound 80 as you approach highway 12:00 the right lane is shut down and has been shut down for the better part of the lost two hours. a long backup extending to alamo and allow extra time for that area. westbound approaching highway 12 and the right lane blocked by an overturned big rig. in the meantime, we are in great shape here, no delays and heading to the tolls and on the span itself and getting into san francisco. out of the san mateo bridge, a similar story, things looking good, eastbound ands with despite reduced visibility. to the golden gate bridge, we are used to reduced visibility. the fog hadn't been too bad. things moving well regardless. both northbound and southbound
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on 101. good morning, gary. you couldn't wait. >> no, i couldn't wait to see you again. >> what is going on? >> aside from the fact that this is a bad loss for the 49ers. you go are they going to make the playoffs, i think it was a bad game and i'm wondering why you guys love to watch a no- hitter in baseball but a no touchdowner in football. >> i think that is one of those deals if you are a 49er fan and they ended up winning you might feel differently. >> with a score of 10-9, it is boring. >> it was hard to watch. and i don't know, you keep asking those questions about kap per nick, what is up with him. >> getting sacked six times and i guess to see them lose in this way and then to lose vernon davis and eric read, this is not the game you wanted to see. >> what is the word on them? they both had concussions, anything new. >> nothing yet but i was
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looking, the second one for eric reed, that's not good. >> i think if i'm not mistaken, he may have to sit out a game, even if he seemed healthy, having a second one. >> it was going to be bad to go play the saints to be without reed and davis, it was going to be bad and it is not good. >> and they have smith back but he didn't do much. >> exactly. we talked about how they need him. and then it was kind of a loser week. the raiders, also lost and then more injuries because terrel pryer he has a bad knee anyway and now it is worse. >> that's the deal, when you watch the new york giants and the raiders, first thing that came to mind, maybe pryer is not the quarterback of the future. >> maybe he what? >> maybe he is not the quarterback of the future. >> you know the thing is that when i look at the injuries, because we are always -- i'm always looking concussions and knees and everything else.
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i see at least he is young and peyton manning has the knee problem now and then the two sprained ankles and he is questionable. i think with someone like him, he is older and we don't heal like we use to. >> i don't know how he will do it but if you have the quarterback continually to get hurt, that can really damage the game, that is two people. >> and that's especially -- i mean especially with this whole thing with peyton manning. i was amazed he missed one practice with the ankles. >> yes. >> i guess they will check it out, they got tests on his knees today. >> he finished the game. >> he did and i love it when they talk to him. he is like i don't want to be specific. because of vegas he said. >> he said that. >> i don't want to say anything because of vegas. >> at least he is being honest. >> i guess i figure vegas finds out, what does it matter, does he have a big bet riding on him. >> he is no fool, he knows 50% of the reason that people watch
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football is to gamble. so he doesn't want to mess with anybody. >> how about this all new stuff about incognito, i'm looking at the dolphins that will play the buccaneers tonight and i'm looking beyond the game, i saw the whole interview, did you see it with rich incognito. >> yes. >> let's play a little bit and now that we have heard him. >> i'm embarrassed by it, my actions but what i want people to know the way jonathan and the rest of the offensive line and our teammates communicate, it is vulgar. it is not right. when the words are put into context, i understand why a lot of eyebrows get raised and people don't know how john and i communicate to one another. >> 1142 text messages between them in a year and he will show you the phone. and he threatens, i threaten, we both use the language, i am going to murder your family
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kind of thing. now painting a different picture? >> my guess is that martin probably was trying so hard to be part of the group, you know. >> right. exactly. but then i guess he was so surprised because they were best friends, right? his best friend on the team and so he is like for the whole year to go by and now to find out this way that i was hurting him ... >> the worse line of the whole thing is when he said he used the "n" word with love. >> the whole thing is because i love him. but he is like if you have any idea what it is like in the locker room and so again, i branch it out to football. i think i know what the newsroom is like. you know what it is like and what the climate and the culture is like and now put us all and make us football players in the locker room it has to be a gazillion times worse. >> i will make it easy, a white guy should never use the "n"
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word to a black person. >> there are certain things you can't say. >> there is obviously going to a lot more to the story that will come out and listen, anything he said yesterday, didn't change my mind at all. >> that's the thing. and martin, i guess, jonathan martin, they are expecting some kind of -- it sounds like it may be a more controlled video release sort of thing this week. so we will actually hear what he has to say. rich incognito says martin is still texting him and saying hey, man, it is not you, it is the whole team thing and what happened. but again, i think that is what you would say. >> if martin wants to play again, he has to make it seem like hey he is still one of the guys, you know. >> and by all accounts he does want to play but your guess is incognito is not going to play
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again. >> who would want to touch him, you would be admitting you are in desperate straights to sign him. >> and the sharks lost again and that was just another tough one. >> what is going on with them. >> just they lost again. what is that, how many straight now? >> but they always get a point. you know by going to overtime. >> that's the thing, another shootout loss. >> yes. >> but i guess it makes more a more exciting game. >> it was very good and let's discuss ottawa. >> i don't want to talk about hockey. i like to wait until the stanley cup gets closer. i feel like the season takes forever. >> exactly. >> i will talk to you tomorrow. we will see what happens with tonight's football game and see if the dolphins can keep their eyes on football. >> when they promote the game, they don't mention miami, they just say enjoy football on veteran's day. what are they going to say, let's tune into the winless
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comfortable. 16 new state-of-the-art buses for you to ride. the buses have wi-fi and lamps and high backseats. they will serve line e between berkeley and san francisco. the first of 54 new buses. many bay area couples will tie the knot on 11/12/13, tomorrow in santa cruz, the clerk's office is holding wedding ceremonies every half hour from 9:30 until five in the afternoon. in san francisco, the opportunity to get married is booked and has been booked for a long time. the employees say that the office performs there in san francisco, 36 weddings on an average day. but this is far more popular, the last date with consecutive numbers, 12, 13 and 14 the next one in december. and that date falls on a saturday when the offices are closed so this is a big chance that people like to see the numbers lining up like that. and the box office likes
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the numbers high. and they like you to spend money everybody bought tickets to thor, the dark world making $86.1 million in domestic sales and then bad grandpa came in second with 11.3 million and the third weekend that this is around and the animated comedy free bird earning $11.8 million. 7:57 and as we continue to the kron4 news. a worker is killed in an animal sanctuary. we will tell you where that happened and what happened. >> and two trees and a strap is a new sport. what your kid will be begging you to do. >> the tablet that might replace your laptop. see what is new with surface two coming up mz8
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report. good morning in the top stories that we are are following this monday november 11th. firefighters on the scene of a scrap yard fire in red wood city. it erupted into flames and caused toxic smoke in the area and a shelter in place. we will tell you how it has been lifted. >> today is veteran's day and waiting for president obama to come out and do the annual wreath laying at the national cemetery. that is wrong video. destruction out of the philippines as u.s. aid is just arriving. >> we will have more on that story as we take live looks here. i apologize. we are also going to be following that from the newsroom with james. we want to get a look at traffic. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. take a look. 54 in oakland. mild monday for this veteran's day holiday. now, we do have low clouds out there, visibility down to .3 of a mile and napa two miles of
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visibility driving around concord. high clouds as we head in the afternoon, your highs will range from the upper 50s along the coast. i will break down the afternoon highs coming up in 15 minutes. here is dan. erica, if you are expecting light holiday traffic you are probably getting it expect for this hot spot in fairfield. this hot spot due to a big rig and remains backed up but not as far as we see to almen but still quite a long wait getting through westbound 80 approaching highway 12. the bay bridge, no delays reaching the tolls on westbound 80 peninsula bay bridge toll plaza. two at the at the san mateo bridge a good commute and the golden gate bridge things moving north and southbound.
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we are here at the national cemetery where president obama will lay a wreath in honor of veteran's day. to give you a little background on the holiday as we wait for the president to come out, i'll just remind you that veteran's day was originally called ar missist, a day set aside to recognize the end of world war i, that fighting in world war i ended on the 11th hour of the 11th month on the 11th day and for that reason, november 11th is recognized as armist day originally. congress decided to amend the day. we have veteran's day where we recognize servicemen and women from all conflict in our history. let's take a look and the president is expected to come
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out and lay the wreath. all right. we'll come back to that throughout the morning. in the meantime we want to show you the latest with the typhoon damage that we are looking at as well. that typhoon that they are fearing could have kill up to ten thousand people and the death toll at this point, the worse in the philippines at 970 dead they believe. that is another story we are following, the typhoon damage as they clean up and look for survivors. and on this veteran's day, we are following the latest with a parade that was held yesterday in san francisco. we'll have more on veteran's day and the commemorations taking place throughout the bay area and we will go back live to washington as soon as the commemorations resumed there. also following the latest
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with businesses helping out on this veteran's day. in effect, a lot of free services given for veterans and some businesses are offering free food and deals in honor of restaurants. krispy kreme and olive garden and texas roadhouse and free hair cuts at sports clip for service members, several locations in the east and north bay and chevron has a special mine at 10:00 this morning. continue to send us pictures from your family military. you can e-mail them to breaking news at kron4 and we have our mobile ap which is a great way to send pictures and we will share them on our facebook page as well as on the kron4 morning news. a redwood city road is opened this morning after a fire, crews remain on the scene at a fire recycling plant.
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burning since yesterday. wil tran has more on that. wil. >> reporter: well, darya, hear is seaport boulevard. and the fire department is investigating what caused the fire. there was smoke and hot spots that gave them problems where they had to spray water for four to five hours. shortly before 7:00 this morning, they were able to remove the fire engines and leave this location. the investigators are on the scene to try to find out why the fire started. obviously it deals with metal. because there are other parts involved. this is a facility that crushes cars and they usually have to strip the car down completely and a process that is not always thorough, plastic in the cars that sometimes don't get removed. perhaps during the crushing process and there is a lot of friction and heat and sparks and according to the fire department, they believe that
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might have caused the fire that started at around 1:20 yesterday afternoon. here is video. it lasted for 16 or 17 hours forcing the fire department to have a shelter in place. they finally lifted the shelter in place at around 6:50 this morning. 17 hours, 16 hours in the fight, that's when they felt it was safe enough to tell people to leave their homes. before that, people were told to stay in there unless they had to leave for emergencies. fortunately, because of the windy conditions out here and the breezy conditions, they didn't see anybody go to the hospital for any respiratory problems and they were able to make sure that fire was contained at this location, no injuries to firefighters. back to you. all right, thanks a lot. james, following the latest out of the philippine this morning where the death toll is feared to reach ten thousand or more. right now the official count is right around 950 but just
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reading the latest coming out of the philippine the bodies remain uncounted as survivors are climbing over these bodies searching for food and supplies. the typhoon has affected two million people in 41 provinces and u.s. marines have arrived for relief efforts and the typhoon dying out over main lane china. as you can see the devastation is incredible. look at the debris in the streets. people can't even walk through the streets. they are climbing over what used to be their city. >> and bay area residents are jumping into action with an outpouring of support for those that have lost everything. a local nonprofit holding a relief drive and people dropping off nonperishable items like cereal and dry food and toothbrushes and in four hours, they have collected $1600 and 4700 boxes to be turned over to red cross. many that gave have family and
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friends in the affected area. >> everybody has been affected one way or the other. it is heavy on the heart but you know we just want to send the best out. send the best out to them. a local shipping company has volunteered to deliver the boxes but they say it will take about a month for the supplies to reach the affected area. 8:08 and coming up on the crown four morning news, a deer shot in the head with a big arrow, find out what happened to this young animal and she is okay. a wild cat kills a woman in a sanctuary. and a shooting at a skating rink in new york. avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive"
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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 december 2nd. for details, visit vwdealer.com today.
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a young deer is roaming free in new jersey. after biologists removed an arrow from its head. it is almost too incredible to believe. it pierced the deer's head. you can see it going through the snout. the injured deer spotted on november 1st. biologists removed it on saturday. no organs were damaged by that arrow and the deer's chances for survival are excellent. remarkable. a worker in an exotic cat sanctuary was killed by one of her animals in her care. it happened in sherman oregon.
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the worker was attacked by a wild cat. emergency medical workers had a hard time getting to her because of other large cats. a neighbor is shocked by what happened. it is just anybody having that, you know, passing away or just knowing what happened. it breaks your heart. i'm sad. i am still kind of unnerved. >> all of the animals are secure. on its web site, wild cat haven is a home for 60 big cats, cougars, bobcats and tigers and not open to the public. we will be back as the kron4 continues. a brooklyn shooting at be ice- skating rink. we will have details on that coming up.
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being loaded into an ambulance, it happened at bryant park. a 16-year-old opened fire at a 14-year-old boy wouldn't give up his coat. the victim was shot in the back and a bystander was hit in the 11. 8:16, want to get a look at traffic and weather. waking up to low clouds. here is a live look. parts of the building are obstructed. the sunshine comes and goes and a mix of high clouds and sunshine as we head in the afternoon. as for temperatures, we are still in the upper 40s and low 50s. 54 in downtown san francisco and 47 out the door in santa rosa. as we look at the visibility chart you will notice it is probably the worse in napa. seeing about .3 of a mile and
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two miles of visibility at livermore. check with your carriers for any flight delays. we will see 60s and high clouds by lunch time, a fast forward here shows 70s for the delta. by later tonight, 8:00 this evening, expect clouds to really return and they will make a resurgence and temperatures will be dipping back down in the upper 50s and low 60s. i do want to get specific with those highs today. enjoy pleasant and mile conditions, 71 degrees in livermore and we will temperatures in the 60s from richmond stretching up to vallejo and for those of you in half moon moon. we will see the clouds continue to build overnight and we are looking at the potential for some showers. really just a 10% chance. a lot of the models are starting to back off. the storm is starting to diminish. wednesday the warmest day of the week and temperatures will
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start to cool as we head in to saturday and sunday. 8:18 is the time. the reduced visibility may have something to do with the hot spot in fairfield and westbound 80 as you approach highway 12. we have better news. all lanes are back open from an overturned big rig that happened here. however in the backup we have another accident blocking the middle lane, so close to having all lanes opened. right now we have lanes blocked. westbound 80 approaching highway 12 and due to an accident. at the bay plaza. totally different story, thing to approach the tolls on westbound 80 and will be a smooth ride for france. out at the san mateo bridge, no problems. 92 in great shape this morning making your way across the bay and via the golden state bridge, good ride despite things on the deck there.
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northbound and southbound. 8:18, new details on fda recall that you might need to know about if you shop at trader joe's because these were prepackaged salads. sold at trader joe's. sandwiches linked to e. coli contamination. two of the items sold there in the bay area. take a look from the onion catering company in richmond. mexicoity and field fresh chop chicken salads and the delish foods in super brands. they were sold between the 23rd and november 6th. the contamination making more than two dozen people sick. a quick update on the government sequester, the spending cuts that kicked in when congress couldn't agree on spending cuts. as bad as the sequester has been been it will get a lot worse. we have steeper cuts for
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january 1st. with this year's sequester, federal agencies helped them weather through the cuts. for instance the pentagon used more than five billion dollars in unspent money to ease the 39 billion-dollar budget cuts. furloughs were cut back to six days, the justice department, another example found more than five hundred million dollars in similar money that allowed agencies like the f.b.i. to allow furloughs and without the rainy day money and with steeper cuts for january, the cuts to furloughs are expected to be even worse and that could have a ripple effect for the economy. darya. after days of negotiation, diplomats failed to reach a deal that put an end to the nuclear program. secretary of state john kerry and the union were meeting in geneva with negotiators trying to come to a deal with the iranian leaders but the deals would have eased the economic sanctions but since there is no
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deal republican senator lindsey graham will push for more sanctions against iran. >> the outcome would mean to stop enriching and dismantle the subterfuges and stop the plutonium reducing reactor in iraq. if you want a peaceful nuclear program which i'm fine with. where the uranium program looks like canada and mexico and turn over the highly enriched uranium to the international community. graham says that he and the bipartisan group of senators will push for sanctions on iran earlier this week. a satellite falling to orbit and most of it burned up. it did fall to the earth. here is a look at when the satellite was first launched in 2009. space agency, their concerns that the debris could hit the
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earth. it hit in siberia, it hit the atlantic ocean. the instrument far outlasted its mission. its batteries died last month and fell from orbit this morning. and here is something that came down to space. the sochi torch back on earth after a short visit to the international space station. it carried three astronauts and landed today. the unlit torch was brought with two new crew members and took it on a space watch and the first olympic torch to come up into space. target is opening later for the holiday season. we will tell you how late it is staying open on thanksgiving. a live look outside our bay bridge cameras showing an easy approach to the toll plaza. a holiday veteran's day.
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government offices closed and a lot of businesses enjoying a three day holiday. we will be right back. i love watching tv outside.
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delivering on sunday in new york and los angeles. this week after making a deal with u.s. postal service today. there are plans to extend the service next year to dallas, houston, new orleans and phoenix. the postal service is exploring
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similar agreements with other retailers. if you are lookinging to get a jump on your shopping target will open at 8:00 on thanksgiving. that's november 28th. and that's an hour earlier than they opened last year. and target stores will remain opened through the night and not close until 11:00 on black friday. target is also going to be offering 15 online daily discounts for two weeks beginning on the 24th. it will be an early present from the oil company. gas prices are falling. the state average at 3.61. here in san francisco, well below the four dollars mark and we are seeing 3.74 and oakland at 3.63 and san jose, all the way down to 3.60 for the average gallon, just to give you an idea when you shop
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around. we will be right back. we will have an update on fire crews battling a scrap metal fire. the smell of smoke across the bay area, especially the central bay, we will have details in a live report as it is still smoldering. here is a live look. light winds as we get ready for when our little girl was born,
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>> update at redwood city, fire crews at a recycling plant with a fire that has been burning through sunday afternoon. we can smell the smoke here in san francisco, wil. >> reporter: that's right, plastics and sulphur smell and didn't cause any injuries where people had to go to the hospital to get their lungs checked out but they did have a shelter in place in red wood city and parts of southern
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almen county. here is video that we got after it happened, mark, it happened at 1:20 on sunday afternoon. it took them nearly 16, 17 hours to finally put the fire out and leave the location. the reason why it was so difficult is because there is mounds etch metal and they had to get to the heart of the fire and once they got the fire contained. it took them overnight to deal with the hot spots and shortly before 7:00 in the morning they were able to say okay, we did all of the heavy lifting. it looks like we are done and investigators are there to look for the cause of the fire. they speculate that there could be parts within the cars. the cars have gotten into accidents to get them crushed and before they get crushed, mark, they have to remove the materials inside and there are materials that they can't get to or forget and once they crush it, there is heat and
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sparks and perhaps that might have caused the fire. the shelter was finally lifted at around 6:15 this morning. back to you. is it bad where you are as far as the smell? >> no the smell is bad and i smell smoke and that's because the place is not open for business. there is other businesses and the trucks are coming and going. that's what i mostly smell but the plastic scent that i smelled when i got here when it was strong at around 4:00 in the morning, that plastic smell is long gone fortunately. good news and thanks for the update. at 8:30, will get an update on weather and traffic. good morning, darya. waking up to low clouds and visibility at .3 of a mile. and we are dealing with delays on arriving flies at sfo one hour, check with your carrier. and the high clouds in the afternoon with temperatures ranging from the upper 50s along the coast to the low 70s
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inland. could see light range in the forecast tomorrow morning and looking like a 10% chance. tomorrow expect warmer conditions with plenty of sunshine and quiet weather for the weekend. i will highlighting the sunday around the forecast coming up at 8:45. good morning, dan. it is a good, morning out at the bay bridge, working during a holiday, you don't have a lot of traffic at least if you work in san francisco. no delays, westbound 80 approaching the toll, a smooth ride into san francisco. no delays on the span or 101 and really throughout the peninsula. on the san mateo bridge, westbound 92 in great shape and no delays on the toll and going east bound towards hayward, we are delay and problem free and that's the case all morning and we could say the same for the golden gate bridge. a smooth range, southbound 101 getting out of morin, back to you. dan, on this veteran's day,
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following the latest observances from our nation's capital. this is video from earlier this morning. where we had the president laying a wreath at the time of the unknown at arlington national cemetery that happened closer to the 8:00 top of the hour. he is expected to move to the memorial amphitheater where we are waiting for the president to deliver his president's day proclamation, earlier he hosted a break fast for the veterans. portions of his speech have been released. he is expected to say that the courage and self sacrifice and devotion of veterans as he will say represent the american character at its best and encouraged everyone to honor ever service member that has worn a uniform and we will come back once the president has
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made its way to the podium. many events are honoring our veterans. >> here in el sir rido. community members are gathering to place flags on veteran's flags. nearly 1500 vets buried at the cemetery. i spoke to a vet involved about serving and what it means to be out here and paying respects to those that died serving their country. veteran's day is special to me and it reminds me of all of the fallen soldiers and the men that gave their lives for this country so we could be free. i lost a lot of friends that i remember that i went to high school with and gunho and ready to go and started dying and we had to think about what the
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heck we are doing here. but we never loss site that it was our purpose to keep our country free and that is what we gave our lives for. >> in addition to community members, there is an entire boys scout group out here that is going to be helping out. in el sir ridda. terisa estacio. kron4 news. we are following a story out of the philippine, typhoon haiyan may have been the strongest cyclone in history. this is video of u.s. military personnel arriving on-site hoping to help out as best they can. they will have quite a chore. the early reports show widespread devastation and thousands are feared dead and survivors right now are desperate for aid and a lot of them inassessable because of all of the devastation. now u.s. planes carrying relief supplies have landed there. what aid has arrived so far is being handed out but not enough. kron4 mike pelton shows us how
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many are turning to prayer. >> reporter: inside the walls of saints andrew's church there is only a few empty pews where everybody is praying. >> everyone is trying to send messages over facebook to pray hard. >> reporter: geraldine is like many parishioners and the congregation is mostly filipino and many have friends in the philippines. >> we haven't heard from them. we can't get through yet. >> i am nervous. i hope that everything will be okay. >> with the destruction making communication difficult. many are turning to prayer. >> that's the whole message of good friday and easter, you know the pattern of dying and rising. we really believe that we can come to life again and our sisters and brothers in the philippines will come to life again in those areas that have been damaged. >> layee says that congregation
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raised donations after an earthquake struck the philippine last month and plan to plan another fundraiser for typhoon victims. >> of all of the countries the poor countries suffer everything. >> and these parishioners are hoping for a break and praying their loved ones are okay. >> just be hopeful that we will get through this. >> after two tragedies in one month, words don't mean much, silent prayer seems to say it all. >> in daly city, mike pelton, kron4 news. coming up on the kron4 news, honoring our veterans, we will show you hot bay area is paying tribute and continue to share your pictures of those that have served. a new sport gaining popularity in california. a sports that is a past time and something that your kid can get hurt at so you know they will want to do it. >> two 9ers get hurt.
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too. we are back. want to go back to our nation's capital where at arlington cemetery we have president obama making an address to our nation. >> by this time next year the transition to afghan led security will be nearly
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complete. the longest war in american history will end. [applause] >> as is true after every conflict, there is a risk that the devoted service of our veterans could fade from the forefront of our minds. that we might turn to other things. but part of the reason we are here today is to pledge that we will never forget the profound sacrifices made in our name. today reminds us of our sacred obligations. for even though this time of war is coming to a close, our time of service to our newest veterans have only just begun. think about it. our troops wear the uniform for a time yet they wear another
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proud title, the title of veteran for decades. to the rest of their lives. as the nation we make sure that we had the best led and trained and best military in the world. we have to devote just as many energy and passion to make sure we have the best treated and best respected veterans in the world. [applause] >> when we talk about fulfilling our promise to our veterans, we just don't mean for a few years. we mean now, tomorrow and forever. and not just for generations past but for this generation of veterans and for all those that will follow. that's why commander and chief i will make sure we are providing unprecedented support
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to our veterans. even as we make difficult fiscal choices as a nation, we are going to keep making vital investments in our veterans and improve veterans' healthcare so you can stay strong and making sure that that we keep at medical benefits to make sure that you can get them when you need them. we are going to keep helping our newest veterans and our families pursue their education. under the post 911 gi bill. we welcomed our one millionth student veteran and we are ready for those that come next. we will keep demanding that the
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rights and dignity of every veteran are upheld including the disability treaties so the veterans can travel around the world as everybody else. and with the help of michelle and dr. jill biden and joining forces, we will keep fighting to give every veteran that has fought to pursue the american dream. a fair shot of the jobs and opportunities that we need to build here at home. because you are bringing home the skills and the work ethic and leadership necessary to start companies and serve your community and take care of your fellow veterans. and that's our promise to you and all those that serve. to be there and to support you when you come home, every step of the way. and as a nation, we will strive
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to be worthy of the sacrifices that you make. that's what we owe all of our veterans. that's what we owe veterans like richard overton that served in the army in world war ii. he was there ... [applause] >> now, i want you to know a little something about mr. overton here. he was there at pearl harbor when the battle ships were still
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smoldering and there at okinawa and at then went home to a nation divided by race and the service on the battlefield was not met with the respect that he deserved at home but he held his head high and he carried on and built his life with dignity and built his house with two hands and served as a courier in the station's capital and made more friends than most of us have in a lifetime and he lives in the house he built with his own hands and every sunday he drives his ford truck
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and drives one of the neighborhood women to church. this is the life of one american veteran living proud and strong in the land he helped to keep free and earlier this year the great folks brought richard to washington d.c. for the first time and he and the fellow veterans paid respect at the world memorial and visited the memorial to martin luther king, jr. and as richard sat in a wheelchair beneath that great marble statute he wept and the crowd that gathered around him wept too to see one of the oldest war veterans witness the progress of a nation that he thought would never come. richard overton, this american veteran is 107 years old. >> and we are honored that he is here with us today. and so let's ask richard to
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stand again because he can stand! [applause] >> all right, you are watching live pictures once again out of arlington national cemetery at the amphitheater where the president is delivering the veteran's day proclamation. please send us your pictures of yourself or family members in the service. we have been getting great photographs coming and here is a great sample of some of them holding their young babies in hand remembering soldiers past in photographs as well. e-mails them to us, breaking news at kron4.com and you can post them to our facebook page or send them to mobile ap. attach the photo.
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might be able to replace your laptop. service tablet. >> it is an answer to the ipad but with a split personnity, the fun and ease of a tablet and combined with a real computer l computer to run full aps. microsoft listened to customer feedback. every feature is updated, the full screen and the faster 3.0 and the battery lasts up to ten hours. >> one of my major frustrations has been fixed. the kick stands adjusted for two viewing angles. >> reporter: you will find a tiny card slot. add up to 64 gigs of memory. in theory, this should be the perfect device. a touch screen tablet for watching video and playing games.
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>> snap on one of microsoft two especially designed keyboard and you will have something closer to a laptop. >> you can work on real powerpoint presentations or word documents. but that is where it is confusing, at $450, the cheaper version which many compare to the ipad does not run other desktop aps. you will figure that out when you try to install one, the produce at $950. buy either model and you will be selected by the selection of good touch screen aps. the good news is that there is hope if developers start to come out with quality microsoft aps but until then the selection pails in comparison to the ipad. if you want to know more, go to our web site, the tech report
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>> a tough loss for the 49ers against the defense. the 9ers won five straight but couldn't get the offense going against the carolina panthers and held without a touchdown for the second time this season. three fooled goals is all they could muster and to make matters worse. the thers lost vernon davis in a eric reed could concussions and lose 10-9, they go for new orleans to take on the offense. the giants lost 24-20 and the sharks also lost three out of four games in a shootout and lost that to the winnipeg jets 5-4 and we will be back in two lost that to the winnipeg jets 5-4 and we will be back in two mi 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?
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>> good morning and the top stories that we are following, firefighters wrapping up their work at a scrap yard in red wood city that erupted into flames causing smoke to blanket
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the area. we will have the latest this morning. >> today is veteran's day. president obama laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier at arlington. we will have the latest on this veteran's day. we are also watching the philippine survivors desperate for aid after a typhoon on friday. thousands are feared dead and we will tell you how we are helping the victims. happy veteran's day and we are starting with a live shot out of san francisco with partly sunny skies. we will see a mixture of clouds and sun for this afternoon, if you have plans to be outdoors today. it will be dry. this evening we will see clouds increasing as we are watching the possibility for showers in the north bay and we will talk more about that a little bit later and temperatures are on the milder side this morning.
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san francisco, good morning to you, you are at 54 and oakland 56 and in the 40s for concord and santa rosa. more details on that rain chance for the north bay. we'll also talk about your seven-day forecast when i come back a little bit later. first here is dan and how is the traffic. we have mild conditions too anne. at the bay bridge toll plaza. smooth ride into san francisco despite haze out there. we are looking pretty good on your ride along interstate 80. your ride along highway 92 in good shape. westbound no delays and coming east at hayward, problem free and golden gate bridge looking pretty good too. redwood city road is open after fire crews put out a fire at a recycling plant and burning since sunday afternoon. after a time there was a shelter in place and wil tran
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has been covering the scene. everything better. >> reporter: much better, i am sensitive to breathing issues and when i first got here it was nasty and plastic smell in the air and that's long gone and they lifted the shelter in place before 7:00. the recycling facility in the distance and you can see how busy seaport boulevard is. they pretty much pulled out at 7:15 in the morning. the only crews still at the facility are the investigators. here is video that we got after the fire started. it started at around 1:20 on sunday afternoon. that immediately brought the authorities to issue a shelter in place for redwood city and parts of southern alameda county. that's how bad it was with the fumes and the plastic as well as the metal. we got a chance to talk to the fire department. how can metal possibly catch on fire and he says this is a place that they take cars in accidents and bring them here and crush them and before they do that they have to strip the
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materials that inside there like plastic parts and sometimes they don't catch it or it is not possible for them to remove it and while they crush it, there is a lot of heat and sparks and they speculate that might have caused the fire. fortunately nobody went to the hospital because of respiratory issues and no injuries to firefighters. thanks a lot, wil. >> following what is happening right now in the philippine, rescue efforts under way in the wake of typhoon haiyan and the death toll could reach ten thousand or more. the devastation is incredible when you look at the video at the pictures coming out of that world. 950 deaths have been confirmed but again, many of the areas heaviest hit are inassessable to rescue workers and they are worried that bodies are buried beneath the rubble. authorities say friday's typhoon has affected at least two million people in 41 provinces, this is an enormous
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scale of destruction that u.s. marines are dealing with as well. they arrived today to help with the relief efforts, the typhoon is dying down over mainland china but the devastation is incredible. a lot of people have been coming together to raise funds to send supplies. at this point, everything we send is not enough but the efforts continue. mark. >> residents are helping out to show their support for people that have lost everything. a local nonprofit held a relief drive in san bruno where people dropped off island like cereal and toothbrushes and shampoo and it took only a short time to fill 47 boxes and $1600 was raised. many that gave have friends and family in the affected area. >> everyone has been affected and it is heavy on the hearts but we just want to send the
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best out, send our best out to them. >> a local shipping company have volunteered to deliver the boxes but it may take a month to reach them. >> if you buy things from trader joe's, there is a recall on packaged salad and sandwiches, two of the items sold in the bay area, they originated from richmond from the onion company. field fresh chopped chicken salad and the delis fine foods. they were proud between october 23rd and november 6th, the contamination making more than two dozen people sick. and president obama paying tribute to american veterans laying a wreath at the national
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arlington cemetery and hosting a break fast for veterans. president obama says the obligations of those who serve last long after they serve. marching bands, flags and full sized helicopter along the parade route. veterans from different branches and different organizations and generations participated. it is breathtaking to what our veterans have done, we can give back to the time away from families. and this is the 9 4th annual veteran's day parade. we have a growing selection of your pictures that you have sent it. e-mail them to us and we are sharing them and showing some
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of them on our air. 906 and we will be back with more in a couple of minutes on this monday's veteran's day. let's take a live look outside. we have a thick layer of clouds, you can see sochi above this mount cam. we will be right back.
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a young deer roaming free after an arrow was removed. that arrow had pierced his head. you can see it there. it was spotted november 1st, biologistings removed it on saturday, no major arteries were damaged and the chances of survival are good. a worker killed at a wild cat haven in sherwood oregon. she was attacked by a wild cat. emergency medical workers had a hard time of getting to her because other large cats were in the confined area. a neighbor is shocked by what has happened. >> just anybody having that -- passing away or just what happened, it breaks your heart and i am sad. authorities say the animals
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are cured. wild cat haven is a home for big cats. it is not open to the public. 9:11 and we will be back with more in a couple of minutes as we continue to follow the weather and traffic. not much traffic but we have weather to talk about taking a live look at the golden gate bridge, we will be right back.
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winners and losers on wall
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street with rob fladeboe and help with gas prices dropping. >> yes, that has been happened for three straight months. coming down to the lowest levels of the year over three dollars a gallon. mine is not three dollars a gallon but that's because of california taxes and other fees tied towards gasoline. it is nice because i drive every day. it costs four dollars a gallon and it costs 350 to come over the kron and that add us up. >> it certainly does. sunday delivery for amazon and who they are using. >> the u.s. post office. it is nice. they are helping to solve the problem with the united states postal service that congress can't figure out. >> sunday service will help amazon and that is the time we sneak out of the house to get
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things, fertilizer or regular online goods and this is a smart move and amazon is one of the greatest companies as far as what they do. only in la and new york city. but i get it. the post office is excited. >> they one hire any new people so they will use the people they have already. apple and another rumor as we get closer to a launch next summer. >> the original iphone back in 2007 had a touched screen developed by tk holdings. now we are starting to see and hear some of the technology that they are working on. the fingerprint technology is more advanced. they are talking about pressure, sensitive technology, a light tap would be different than a happy tap and it probably won't be for the next phone, maybe after that one.
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bigger screen and curve glass and it will slowly but surely figure out the components and improve them and the competition can't keep up with them as far as quality components. next summer. >> yes something to look forward to. >> let's talk about target and a lot of people argue about quality of life for walkers, having to work thanksgiving night and target trying to grab every holiday dollar and opening early on thanksgiving night. >> we will see people murdering each other to try to get cheap televisions. best buy is opening earlier. sears, the most egregious is opening at six a.m. and running a promotion through black friday and toys 'r us and doing a land grab towards
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customers dollars, i will get on amazon and get my list of ten friends and cut it down to three and i am scrooge and investment god and here we roar but millions and millions of americans will do this. that is rob fladeboe for our investment news. that is one less present that i will be getting this year i get. thanks a lot, rob. a look at the weather. hi, annie. >> hi darya. a lot of folks may have the day off. check out the tower cam. you can see the clouds and the break. we will see sunshine as the day progresses. we will see the high clouds. i'm calling it a mixture of clouds and sun.
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tomorrow we may see changes. a slight chance for early morning light rain, the best chance in the light bay. we won't get a whole lot from the system. mile and dry and quiet weather and visibility is down especially in ar varda and santa rossa. concord, two, livermore three and it looks like we will see the clouds mix out and making way for sunshine. temperatures, it feels nice to be out will and nice too bad for the morning hours. 55 in downtown san francisco and 54 in san jose and 40 in pleasanton and 48 in santa rosa. a continue coming through and temperatures a little bit cooler compared to yesterday and a pretty nice day. you can see clouds filtering in and the low pressure spinning off coast and more to seattle
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and the northwest. more towards tomorrow morning and possibly early in the afternoon, i'm talking light stuff. it will be hard to get anything unfortunately. future cast shows we will be in the 60s by lunch time and a few low 70s by late afternoon towards liver moore and fairfield and this evening at 8:00 we will cool down in the 60s. here is a high today. san jose 69 and 70 santa clara and upper 70s in mountain view. walnut creek a high of 70 and antioch upper 60s and union city 66 under partly cloudy conditions and in the north bay upper 60s in napa and 63 in arvarda. oakland should get to 67, here is your kron4 seven-day forecast. temperature-wise, not a whole
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lot of change here. again a chance of a little bit of rain and as early as midnight and early morning hours tomorrow. and then maybe a sprinkle for san francisco but south of the golden state bridge you should be dry and dry for next weekend. here is dan with the traffic. good morning. >> the temperatures looking like our freeways, so that is good news. even in fairfield, we have had a big headache this morning, now clear, there is an overturned big rig and oil leak and accidents in the backup to the accident but all to that, now a thing of the pass back to being a smooth ride. let's check out the rest of the ride. southbound 101 towards san francisco and along the peninsula. a little bit of slowing southbound 1:01 looking pretty
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good and south bay looking pretty good. northbound 101 approaching 237, a little slow and otherwise in good shape. at the bay bridge good all morning. barely any traffic. on the san mateo bridge looking good eastbound and westbound and approaching the tolls and on the span. golden gate bridge finally in good shape. both northbound and southbound in and out very smooth ride. we'll be back in a moment. let's take a live look on this veteran's day on a beautiful shot of san francisco. we
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of trouble with audio from that story but have been covering events to honor veterans and there was a parade in san francisco yesterday and we are sharing your pictures on our web site and facebook page. annie. >> asking for your veteran day pictures and asking who you are honoring and we have great photos. valerie isn't in this photo of her grand papa can he was a korean parachatter. tracy sent in this picture would like to offer their son of the usmc that has returned home from afghanistan. there he is in uniform, his mother and father and sister
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are proud beyond words and we thank all men and women that have served our glorious country. god bless america. this photo from kelly honoring her father, gerald stone for the time that he gave up from his family by risk his life for our great country. monica says i am thinking of all of the brave men and women that served our country and living on the street because it is not easy to live with everything they experienced fighting. we asked our viewers including you to send us pictures of family members that served in the military. you can send them on our facebook or e-mail to us or to our mobile ap. we will share them. time now is 9:26 and we will %i0
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back with more. smplant caught . on fire and burning since yesterday afternoon. we have been getting updates from wil tran that has been live on the scene this morning. a look here, showing you the video from earlier. the thick smoke after the week. police in the area wearing masks and advising people with respiratory issues to stay inside over the last 24 hours. the smells of burned rubber in san francisco over the last 24 hours. the consign though has been clearing up. the air quality clearing up with the smoke dissipating. and slowly dying out. better news out of redwood city as the situation is over at the recycling plant. >> 9:29, want to get a look at weather and traffic on this monday morning. good morning. let's start with airport
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delays. averaging about over an hour on you arriving flights because of the clouds. not that foggy but visibility has been compromised where we have visibility to three miles in arvarda and santa rossa and you are looking as mostly cloudy conditions and expecting more sunshine for your veteran's day and chance for showers and we will talk more about that in your full weather report. time is 9:30 and here is dan with the traffic. good morning. >> we are in great shape on the roadways at the golden gate bridge. i want to show you some traffic maps showing great condition business an we have green here showing the holiday traffic which is light and including fairfield. we are looking good on 580
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towards the dublin change and altamonte pass and 880, pass the coliseum and down towards the 92 change. if we look at the bay bridge, we will see slow traffic. not even there. we are moving well towards san francisco and san mateo bridge in good shape, eastbound and westbound on 92 and as we saw from the golden gate, great conditions here as well. dareya. >> thanks a lot and when you gas up, you will notice summer prices and the summer peak back down off the summer when gas prices were so high. jackie sisal is live in core dahlia. hi, jackie. >> reporter: you can see the prices and a lot of people probably feel like they have won the lottery because they are saving more money at the pump for the 7th consecutive week. prices at the pump have continued to go down wards which is great news. the national average is $3.18
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2011. now, let's face it, we say it pay attention to the national prices because it has no bearing on california. we pay more, $3.61, the 3rd highest in the country but down 20 cents over the last month. let's look at the numbers. according to triple a, 3.74 in san francisco and 3.63 in oakland and san jose at 3.60. why are we seeing lower prices at the pump? a bunch of reasons. the peak driving season is over. the summer drive season is over. oil prices are down and the refineries are back up and running and we are back to the winter blend. good news and a little bit more good news is according to some analysts, they believe that we
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may see prices drop through december. we may see prices drop another 10 to 15 cents which will help during the holiday season. dareya. >> we will keep our eyes on those prices and rob fladeboe is going to talk about how to save a buck a day. and the latest from tie typhoon haiyan. this is one example of the damage left behind. a bus on its side with debris. you can't tell that's a road. with the widespread destruction we are seeing in these images and others, thousands are feared dead and buried in the rubble and survivors are desperate for aid. one of the first planes carrying supplies is shown here. many are turning to prayer.
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>> supplied the walls saint andrew's catholic church, people have thoughts full of prayers for the people in philippines. >> everybody is trying to send messages to pray hard. >> geraldine is like many parishioners that have family and friends in the philippine. >> we haven't heard of them because we can't get through yet. >> i am nervous and hope everything is okay. >> many are turning to prayer and pastor layee. >> that's the whole message of good friday and easter, the pattern of dying and rising we believe that we can come to life and our sisters and brothers will come to life in the areas damaged. >> layee says the congregation raised donation after an
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earthquake struck the philippines last month and plan to have another fundraiser. >> it is so sad that this has happened. the poor country has suffered everything. >> and geraldine is hopeful that everybody will get through it. >> after two tragedies words don't mean much, silent prayer says it all. the stories why are following, a new california law giving transgender students rights are being challenged. under the law transgender students can play on girls or boys teams. they have collected another signatures for a revision of
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the law possibly. a story continuing to get a lot of attention on our web site. we have it on kron4.com and a lot of people are looking for he details about this kidnapper shot and killed by a louisiana man who was looking for his abducted cousin. the man whose name is being withheld by the sheriff's department heard screams from an abandoned home and he kicked in the door and saw someone stabbing his cousin, 29-year- old bethny arsono so he fired his gun. he was not sure if he hit the kidnapper. when shorts got there, they found that indeed they scott thomas was dead inside. thomas has a child with the cousin, with arsono and had previously violated a restraining order protecting her so now she is being treated for stab wounds and she is expected okay all because of her cousin found her. this is a story getting a lot of attention on our web site
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here is some crazy video. check this out. what you are seeing is kids doing what i guess is going to be catch on to be a new sport. these kids in california are on the cutting edge of this trick lining. look, it is hard enough to balance. it is about two inches maybe and it is the stretchy like bungee stuff and they have an anchor and you put it between two trees and you go up and down. >> what are these cirque soleil. >> they should be. >> at first it wasn't easy but now they love it.
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>> it is a great release and you are in your own world. >> ever since i tried it, i got to where i could walk on the line and eventually more people came and it grew. >> see, you just have to keep doing it. you walk a little and bounce and bounce and fall. >> over grass, remember to do it over grass. >> i know. these days they got to seek bigger thrills. so that's something trick lining. remember it. >> look it up -- at least it gets them off of the computer. >> yes, gets them out of the house. >> coming up. >> i don't follow. >> you don't follow? >> i don't. >> you don't follow the rules you mean? >> the next edition of people
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behaving badly.
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>> that is the scaryist moment i had in my life. >> for a regular season like me that doesn't know about an illegal stop, it is helpful for me to hire britgers lawyers because they gave me the highest settlement possible. i'm alma and i'm an actual client of big gers lawyers.
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here is stan roberts that found people behaving bad league according to the bmv, bicycle riders have the same rules and regulations. that means bicyclists cannot be in the crosswalk waiting for the light to change. you are required to wait at the limit line like drivers. you have to wait just like -- forget it. car drivers and motorcyclists you are not making it easy. you are not permitted to stop in the crosswalks when waiting for the light to change. here is a great example. over on market street, this is a green box where bicyclists are supposed to wait. another car in the box, that is supposed to be for bikes. you are supposed to stop and
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wait, some don't and let's find out why. >> you do know you are not supposed to have your bike in the crosswalk, right? >> i don't follow. >> you don't follow? >> i don't. >> don't follow the rules? >> despite the fact that there are instructions on where to stop on market. >> everybody is trying to get somewhere but we all got to so i have seen too many accidents, car accidents and bike accidents and pedestrian accidents. >> and i just want to get to work. everybody be safe. >> thank you. >> this rider by the way did the right thing and waited behind the limit line. you cannot do stunts on the crosswalk and ride your bike on the sidewalk and absolutely not on the cell phone. the crosswalks are for pedestrians using wheelchairs. if you ride your bike past the limit line you could end up with a red light ticket that could set you back up a pretty
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penny. >> what is happening. >> in san francisco, stanley roberts kron4 news. >> walking up to sunny conditions. you can see the cloud deck and we are seeing the sunshine peek through. for today, we are expecting maybe high clouds for your veteran's day. we will be dry, if you are outside celebrating, that is good news. tomorrow we have a chance for light rain early in the day and better chance will be in the north bay, not really a huge system. not a lot of moisture, the slight chance is out there for tomorrow morning. beyond that, milder conditions, dry and setting up for a quiet weather pattern. temperatures right now as you are heading out the door, 56 in
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sound france. 45 in vallejo and upper 40s in santa rosa. high clouds coming in and we will be dry today. the area of low pressure that he would are watching is well off to the coast. right there, you can see it forming here. a lot of it will head to the northwest. parts of seattle and into oregon. we may get -- we will be on the southern end of the system. maybe the north end for light rain and maybe a trace in san francisco. south of the golden gate bridge looking dry. here is the futurecast, temperatures by noon, lunch time in the 60s. maybe low 70s for livermore and for parts of the south bay, otherwise by 3:00, most of us in the 60s. low 70s for fairfield and livermore valley. by 8:00 we will cool down in the 50s and 60s. highs where you live pushing close to 70s in san jose.
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61 in sunnyvale and walnut creek 70s and antioch upper 60s and fire feel 71. mid 40s for richmond and san leandro. the north bend you will see increasing clouds tonight into early tomorrow and high of 66 for petaluma. ocean beach 57 and stanley city 58 degrees and downtown san francisco, 63 and oakland, topping out in the mid 60s. temperature-wise not a lot of change, milder for wednesday and thursday. again a slight chance for north bay rain early tomorrow morning and again not a lot of it. we definitely can use any that we get and we will be dry and quiet for the rest of the week into your weekend. time is 9:49 and dan with your traffic is here now. >> i hope the rain doesn't disrupt this tank -- tranquil
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day of traffic. westbound 80 getting into san francisco, all lanes fast track. looking good into san francisco. right now, highway 92, still in great shape. i haven't been able to give any variation with that all morning because we have had free flowing traffic westbound back in the peninsula and eastbound looking good and back into hayward for highway 92. 101 getting to the bridge, no delays for southbound 101. northbound 101 in great shape in and out of san francisco. a great day to ride around the bay. darya. miami dolphins scarred richie incognito is speaking out about the harassment allegations against him against his teammate jonathan martin. incognito says it is a misunderstanding and he is not racist. michelle turner has the story. >> it sounds like i'm racist pig and meathead and it sounds a lot of things that it is not.
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i wanted to clear the air by saying i am a good person. >> richard incognito defending himself against allegations that he bullied his teammate jonathan martin. >> i have taken stuff too far and i didn't know it was hurting him. >> incognito explains the threatening voice message he left which said hey what is up you half "n" word piece of blank i am going to slap your mother across the face and you're still a rookie i'll kill you. >> i am embarrassed by my actions but the rest of the line, the way we communicate is vulgar, when the words are put into context i understand why a lot of eyebrows get raised but people don't know how john and i communicate to one another. >> incognito chalked his use of the "n" word to locker room
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rapport. >> i am not racist. there is a lot of calls forwards thrown around in the locker room that we don't use in every day life. that voice mail was left on a private voice mail and a joke. >> incognito says he and martin have exchanged 144 text messages and continue. >> i don't blame the locker room. i blame what was going on around me and when all of this stuff got going and bullying got attached to it and my name got attached i texted him as a friend like what is up with this and he says it is not coming to me. i haven't said anything to anybody. i am like okay. as his best friend on the team, that's what has me mythed how i missed this and i never saw it. i never saw it coming. and a quick bay area football update, a tough loss
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for the san francisco 49ers against the tough defend, the 9ers won five straight couldn't get the defense to stick yesterday. held without a touchdown for the second time this season, three field goals is all they could muster and the panthers kick the 53-yard field goal with ten minutes has kyle kaepernick was struck down. vernon davis and eric reed both had concussions. the tough challenge next week in new orleans to take on the saints. the raiders had their chances in new york, they lose 24-20, terelle pryor scored on a run and tracey porter on a 24- yard interception. the raiders have lost 12 straight in the eastern time zone. next week they play in houston. 9:15 3 and we will be back
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in a couple of minutes, let's take a look. real quiet because it is veteran's day. taking a look at clouds and
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sunshine in san francisco.
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on this veteran's day some bay area businesses are offering free food and deals to honor those that served in the military. chain restaurants including krispy kreme, olive garden and texas roadhouse and free hair cuts at sports clip for service members, several locations in the east bay and the north bay. in richmond, chevron is hosting an event starting at 10:00. free gas for everybody. no i'm kidding. happy veteran's day. >> have a good day.
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>> announcer: today on an all-new "dr. phil." their marriage is in trouble. >> i want her to confess right
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now of who you've been with. >> i wasn't with anyone, michael. >> announcer: and dads involving their child. >> my son knows everything. >> announcer: in all their private problems. >> please, please! >> dr. phil: i'm very troubled hearing this child scream at his mother. >> announcer: things get so intense. >> she's manipulating the whole situation. >> i tried to be your strength all your life. you have done nothing but bashed me. >> announcer: dr. phil stops the show. >> dr. phil: robin, will you please get cindy? >> announcer: for a dramatic one-on-one. >> dr. phil: let's do it. >> have a good show, eve

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