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issued a level two warning. people with respiratory problems knee knead stay inside. they are at level two right now. they are doing because of system failures that happened earlier in the day. everybody is okay and accounted for but they do need to shut down the plant. they have no idea how long this fire is going to burn. if they do need to go to a level three they will sound the siren and call the people around in the area. we have our cameras trained to the west tonight. first big storm of the season is about to roll in. >> it's likely to bring heavy rain throughout the bay area and even some street flooding. >> spencer christian is here with live doppler 7 hd. >> the worst of it is couple days away but the beginnings of a wet weekend. we have widely scattered light showers and sprinkles around the
bay area. batch of moisture moving onshore in the north bay. you can see how widely scattered it is. we haven't had a lot of rainfall reported today. we're seeing patches of rain and much of that is pushing into the diablo range. and pretty mrnl rainfall, totals right now in mount st. helena, .44. napa nearly .40 but trace amounts to few hundredths but that is about to change as the weekend approaches. this storm also preosms and it's got a lot of moisture. we can expect heavy rainfall move into the north bay by sunday morning into sunday morning. rainfall, copious amounts will be hitting the bay area.
>> the other complication of this earlier rain is the effect for grape harvest. wayne freedman is in wine country. >> in the vineyards of sonoma county this is season for picking, squeezing and crushing, into the season for being squeezed but that is how growers feel this week. >> lately i haven't slept at all we have been picking every night. >> and this morning, for a grower and vineyard manager, crush time meanings crush time. this complication for this year, is weather. a cooler summer means a long growing season but means a shorter harvest season and the rain has put an end to it. >> the water sits on them and cool rain falling in the storm,
we'll get bloodshot which will ruin criaps. >> zinfandel will be most vulnerable and that suffered the most. high temperatures burn 60% of those grapes in some fields but most of the rest of the zinfandel is out by now. these cabernet grapes are almost perfect. >> this amount of rain is not going to hurt a thing for us. we're going to be finished for an hour on this field. >> as they say in the wine business, there is alwaysing is to make a harvest interesting but that what makes wines interesting, too. wayne freedman, "abc 7 news." the early season rain has many people scrambling to make sure outdoor events can go as planned this weekend. in livermore, a huge tent went up for a wedding.
>> it qeeps our vegetation fire danger, peak of the season brings it to a close unless we get a run of hot weather. >> in danville, a craft fair will go as planned with more than 200 booths. take pictures and upload them to ureport or e-mail them to us at ureport at kgo-tv.com. >> it appears the sbr explosion and destroyed a neighborhood is going to be relocated. the process has pg&e choosing its words very carefully. david louie has the story. >> where the pipeline exploded and decimated the neighborhood. after two days of meetings with city leaders and other elected officials, san bruno mayor says pg&e's president made a commitment to relocate that pipe.
>> he made the commitment to me on behalf of pg&e that he did not want that pipeline reconnected through the glenview neighborhood and that pg&e would do everything they could to find another location. >> but a pg&e spokesman phrased it differently. >> we are committed to working with the city and working with our state and federal leaders to look at all available options. >> pg&e's statements concerns residents. >> we don't want to believe anything until we have confirmation from pg&e that, yes they are not going to start that pipe back up. >> he was more encouraged, he and his wife have been talking to an architect and wants an assurance that the pipeline won't be reconnected. >> it will definitely make us go to the next level to starting to get the process started.
>> pg&e says they are studying alternate paths. congress congresswoman jackie speier attended the meeting. >> pg&e has to make a definitive statement about shutting down that pipe permanently. they're not in a position to do that yet because it's a matter of where you put it. >> if a definitive time line, how long will it take to find and alternate route. governor swarzenegger declared a state of emergency in roseville today following the fire that ripped through an upscale shopping mall. as of now, damage to the rose galleria is estimated $6.35 million. 20 stores were destroyed. >> it's a very disheartening thing to see.
this is a gem to us, this mall and when you are inside and you look up at that area you can see right through the roof to the sky. that's a sight to be seen. officials are standing by their decision thought to enter the building over concerns what may have been inside the backpack left behind the man accused of arson. the backpack is buried beneath the rubble still. the suspect is charged with burglary and arson. police say he started this fire when he entered a video game store claiming to have a gun and explosives. >> a discovery in colma september chills down the spine of a man who found it. they are trying to find out if it was a prank or a ritual. >> carolyn, next week is halloween and this story is
spreading around town and i'm sure that people who heard what happened here at holy cross cemetery thought that it was, a halloween prank but i can tell you, police is taking it very seriously. >> colma, the city of the dead. 1.5 million bodies are buried here. those who live above ground, only 1500 so you might expect something guilish to happen in this town. it did. >> two weeks ago in an isolated part of the cemetery a maintenance worker spotted two jars similar to this one, buried halfway into the ground. when he looked inside, he couldn't believe what he saw. >> it appeared to be an organ, most likely a heart and the heart were attached pictures of a couple. >> in the other bottle was another heart with a picture of another young couple. colma police commander is ruling
out murder. >> if the hearts had previously been autopsy there was embalming fluid. >> so they believe the hearts came from cadavers but no reports of anyone disturbing grave sites in this county and no reports of thefts from medical schools. however, there was one clue at the sunday. >> there were some partially smoked cigars and candles. >> investigators think this may have been some kind of ritual used by worshipers of a religion which may use human bones among other items. but religious studies professor says police can eliminate the more commonly santa ria because of the obvious. >> i can think of the afro
religions that have do anything to with human sacrifice. they usually have sacrifices with animals, with chickens in particular. >> police tell us they have leads of the photographs of two young couples described as latinos in their 20s. police also say its crime to illegally buy, sell or transport body parts. this mystery continues. vic lee, "abc 7 news." another set of leaked papers from the pentagon out tonight provides new details about the arrest of three american hikers in iran. as it turns out, as they claimed all along they may not have done anything wrong. >> a fatal attack on california coast. college student that died. >> a newlywed couple paid their
mortgage but their house is still in foreclosure. >> and a bit later tonight, past, a bay area history teacher past, a bay area history teacher who has i'm among 30,000 employees who used to work for hp. i was supposed to retire there. carly fiorina changed all that. fiorina laid off 30,000 people and she shipped our jobs to china and india. i had to pack my bags and i was out the door that night.
we even had to train our replacements. she didn't need 5 corporate jets. one hundred million for herself. fiorina never cared about our jobs. not then and not now. i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message. just ask jerry brown. he gave california state employees collective bargaining powers. since then the unions have grown stronger and stronger. now state employees can retire at 55 with much of their salary for life. and taxpayers are on the hook for one hundred billion dollars in unfunded pension liabilities. no wonder those unions are 100% behind jerry brown. he'll just spend, and spend, and spend. no wonder those unions are 100% behind jerry brown. "abolish the public schools." he even called our schools "insidious" and "socialism." as families struggle to raise their kids, to provide a good education, harmer bragged, "we can design a plan to dismantle them." david harmer is just too radical.
we need jerry mcnerney. protecting local schools from devastating cuts. he's a moderate, endorsed by the stockton record, the independent, and our local teachers. i'm jerry mcnerney, and i approved this message. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. a shark attack has claimed a life of a student in santa barbara. officials say the student was boogie boarding when the shark hit his leg. witnesses say the shark was
between 14-18 feet long. >> he went underwater for a period of time. after the event happened was able to bring his friend back to shore. >> lucas died on shore. here a picture of the boogie board. he took a huge bite out of it. shark attacks are rare, the last was in 2008 there. >> different sort of foreclosure story, a newly married couple nearly lost their first home even though they made their payments on time. michael finney is here with what could have been a disaster. >> it shows how jittery banks are. this couple made their very first mortgage payment. something went terribly wrong. the bank socked them with the dreaded word, foreclosure. >> mark and burnam made their
first home mortgage this past summer. >> i was careful about making sure that i had the account number right, the p.o. box number right. >> things were going smoothly until a few weeks later. mark received a shocking call from the collections department from mortgage lender, wells fargo. >> that we hadn't made our first payment and they were concerned. >> how could that be? mark did pay. using his chase bank online bill pay account. right away, he printed out this proof of payment and muapd down to wells far could he but the bank insisted they never received that payment. so mark went to chase. chase said, indeed, the payment was sent to wells fargo. >> what do you mean? chase doesn't have the money, they can't draw back the funds because they say you've got it. wells fargo says nope. >> the money had disappeared and neither bank could say where it
went. even worse, wells fargo they say they were in default on their loan and they could foreclose on their new home. >> i was receiving text messages from collections, phone calls from collections. at first they were talking about and ultimately taking back the house. >> all on videotape first payment of their very first home which didn't make a very good impression on mark's new in-laws. his father-in-law had cosigned on the loan and he was getting collection calls, too. >> here i'm thinking, i just married his daughter. i'm supposed to be taking care of this mortgage payment and obviously it looks like i can't do it. >> mark couldn't get answers and another house payment was due. that is when he called 7 on your side and we contacted the two banks. within hours, chase tracked down the missing payment. turned out it was sent to the wrong company, an insurance firm
called agea that has nothing to do with the barnums. >> from that point on, all the notices stopped. >> wells fargo stopped all proceedings against the barnums. chase bank put $2400 into mark's account. the loan payment was sent to the wrong company because mark had entered incorrect information but chase would not say what mark had typed in error. mark says he checked his payment many times and still can't find any mistake but for now, he is relieved his house is safe. >> somebody was looking out for me. so 7 on your side, totally saved us. >> just thinking about it, it was just amazing. >> they say they were not at fault but not entirely clear what went wrong.
barnums are not taking any chances, they are delivering house payments directly to the mortgage lender from now on. >> they really didn't do anything wrong, that is frustration. >> let's refocus on the weather. >> nasty storm coming on. >> thank you so much. don't let it get you down, we're going to have a rainy sunday and we have a light sprinkles and widely scattered. emeryville and big break in the clouds. showing the setting sun burning through here. we do have big dark clouds and just a few widely scattered sprinkles around the bay area. here a wide view from the live doppler 7 hd. you can see this large area no rain at all. scattered rain activity that passed on through and pushing out of the bay area. batch of moisture moving
onshore. take a look the current temperature readings, low 60s right now. pretty narrow range and highlights, rain will develop and continue tonight and saturday. rain gets heavier on sunday and drying out on monday after a pretty soggy weekend. radar composite image, first of two systems, that is producing the light scattered precipitation we are experiencing at the moment. we are going to see more patches of rainfall as this system runs into tomorrow, as well. then the second, more vigorous and better organized storm comes in on sunday. in fact overnight saturday night into early sunday morning, see the heavy rain from this system. heaviest will fall in the north bay but certainly drenching rain will hit all parts of the bay area. again, overnight we'll see widely scattered light showers. then better organized activity start to push on shore late tomorrow afternoon.
tomorrow night, more concentrated rainfall and early sunday morning we'll start to get the heaviest of the rain. it starts in the north bay, sweeps on through and by 5:00 p.m. on sunday, rather impressive rainfall totals. our projection is two to four inches in north bay mountains. one to two inches in the north bay. through the central part, half an inch to one inch. south bay will be the least hard hit with quarter inch to half an inch. santa cruz could get three-quarters to inch and a half. over in tahoe, in the sierra, high wind watch in effect for sunday. that is going to be stormy of the two days. gusts up to 60 on sunday. periods of heavy rainfall and if you are looking for snow, you won't find any around 6,000. snow levels will rise up to 10,000 feet. >> back in the bay area, low temperatures will be on the mild
side, mainly in the mid-50s with scattered showers and tomorrow, more rain coming in. high temperatures will be generally in the narrow range, low to mid 60s for the most part. down near monterey bay, similar range of highs, highs mainly in the 60s, low 60s near the bay and mid 60s inland. accu-weather seven-day forecast, rainy weekend. then showers on monday but some partial clearing and nice sunny days on tuesday and wednesday. chance of showers on thursday and drying out on friday. when i say nice, sunny days, i didn't want to suggest rainy days are also nice. >> that is true. >> for those that thought they were going to the exotic erotic ball tonight. >> it's curtains for this annual event. we'll tell you why up next. ÷xóo?
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hikers. they initially they believed they were kidnapped. they sent a drone aircraft to look for the hikers and alerted fighter jets. the report was among secret military documents released by wikileaks. >> myspace says it seize no problem in sharing data with advertisers that could be used to identify its user profile pages. they say they do not consider the data information that could identify a person partly because myspace doesn't require members to use their real names. they admit to transmit information to advertisers that included a user i.d. and a last page viewed before a user clicked on an ad. the investigation uncovered the sharing in a report published today. >> former contra costa prosecutor pleaded not guilty to rape charges. he is accused of raping a colleague during a lunch break in martinez.
his plea comes a year after a secret grand jury returned a 13 count indictment against him. in addition to rape, it charges him with numerous enhancements, including an ice pick and handgun during the assault. >> an october tradition in the bay area may have come to an end. producers of the exotic erotic ball today announced, it's been cancelled. for 30 years the ball has been held in san francisco. this year it was moved to richmond but the organizers cited a drop in ticket sales and unexpected cost overruns in cancelling the two night event which was supposed to begin tonight. tickets can be refunded through your credit card company. >> new tonight, the california u.s. senate race, global warming and much more. >> why do we put our nation at a competitive disadvantage, giving the future to china. >> energy and environment and education all coming up.
>> later tonight, clint eastwood >> later tonight, clint eastwood insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and hoping for different results. i've built businesses. i've built a business. met the payroll. met a payroll. i enter this office beholden to no one except you. i will owe my office to no one but you. i don't owe anyone anything. i don't owe anyone anything. it's all about leadership. this is all about leadership. jobs, jobs, jobs. jobs, jobs, jobs. we do not have a revenue problem.
we do not have a revenue problem. we have a spending problem. we have a spending problem. rebuiling california. build a new california rebuild california. let's build a new california. we need to run the state as a business. running this thing a little bit more like a business. whats the worst that could happen? whats the worst thing that could happen?
good evening. there is a very sharp division in california's u.s. senate race. carly fiorina and barbara boxer do not agree on much but they did agree to sit down with mark matthews and he as a side by side comparison. >> as carly fiorina put another million dollars in her race today. last night we talked to them about the economy and stimulus plan, tonight we start with energy and the environment. >> california's law to control greenhouse gas emissions lead the nation and carly fiorina says that is part of the
problem. >> global warming requires a serious global solution. all the scientists agree that a single state or single nation acting alone will have no impact. >> she favors suspending the global warming regulations indefinitely. barbara boxer does not. >> my opponent stand with big oil, dirty coal, that is giving the future to china, giving the future to germany, they will take the lead away from california. >> carly fiorina points to penalties they will pay under current regulations? >> why would away put our state at a competitive disadvantage particularly when we are bleeding jobs. >> the country that takes the lead on clean energy will be the economic leader of this world. >> barbara boxer's committee put
together a proposal to tap greenhouse gas emissions but she couldn't get it passed. >> barbara boxer's cap and trade proposal which died in committee has been described as the most expensive piece of legislation. >> most expensive piece of legislation is often used cap and trade proposals. boxer's cap and trade did get out of committee but it's accurate to say she couldn't get the votes to get it passed. >> here is one for the white house, john mccain favored cap and trade. during the campaign, carly fiorina defended cap and trade on this week with george stephanopolous. >> i think it's trying to provide the incentives in the marketplace. i'm in business and incentives
work. >> how does mccain's differ from hers? >> i am not defending mccain's cap and trade proposals. i was acting as a surrogate for him. i am running for the office of senate today. >> on education, boxer says carly fiorina opposed a bill to keep teachers employed. >> we saved those teachers and we did it by ending the tax break. she called it disgraceful. >> that is the bill that you're referring to is one that was supposed to keep teachers from being laid off or was supposed to hire teachers. in fact, many of the teachers that were being contemplated weren't even going to be hired until 2011 or 2012. in other words, it was another sham. >> the $10 billion provided by the bill will be spread into next year is accurate, but whether it makes eight sham is
her opinion. she it's splits sharply from white house is on health care reform. she would repeal it. >> it's not compassion to throw 16 million uninsured people into medicaid knowing they will be denied service. the worst thing they could do is repeal the health care reform bill. let's mend it but not end it. >> carly fiorina has been calling for more water for central valley farmers. >> right nowwe have a clear situation where we need to turn pumps back on in the delta, broad bipartisan support including dianne feinstein. it's boxer who stands in the way. >> my opponent says i don't support the plan. >> couple of things, boxer was taking the microphone off and last shot we simply ran out of time on the interview. second thing, dianne feinstein
confirms boxer was on board for the plan to move more water to the central valley and senator feinstein is the chair of boxer's campaign. finally if you would like to seat interviews in their entirety, go to www.abc7.com. >> president obama boarded air force one after raising more than $1.8 million. the president is in the middle of a four day campaign swing hoping to boost the fortunes for democrats in tough races. he appeared at a campaign rally at the university of southern california in los angeles on behalf of brown and boxer. the latest abc news poll shows the race is tightening up. republican meg whitman took her campaign to silicon valley t-shirt shop with mayor michael bloomberg. she says he is one of best
examples of a successful business career to step into service. >> all the candidates are talking about the economy. 23 states reported a drop in the unemployment rates but california was not one of them. our jobless rate held steady at 12.4%. job markets remain weak throughout the country. the good news the number of bay area jobs grew last month by 3800 in marin, san francisco and san mateo counties, 3900 in alameda and contra costa counties and 4,500 in the south bay. >> coming up next, civil rights. >> a walk down the path of >> a walk down the path of pioneers.
today even with barack obama in the white house. jeff steinberg and his classes. >> jeff steinberg is celebrating the 10th anniversary of what he called sojourn to the path along the civil rights trail. >> i don't call it a black studies program. this is our shared history. >> this a lesson learned outside the classroom. in one of kind classroom, they board buses and head to a ten day trip to the south, tracing the places and meeting some of the people who were involved with the civil rights movement. we went along ten years ago. >> it's overwhelming being here in birmingham. >> more than 6,000 students have taken the journey and for some, touching the living history of
the civil rights movement has been life changing. >> we met lola gomez on the trip. >> is this going to stick with me. >> he was one of kids from three bay area high schools who follow the path of pioneers elizabeth one of the little rock nine. she was their age when she braved an angry mob to enter the high school. they met her and the woman screaming in this famous photo. that taught them about forgiveness, something that is not in the textbooks. they toured the memphis hotel where dr. king was murdered. they went to the church where a bombing killed four little girls. they shared the pain of one father. >> this is today, 26 years old and works with low income residents in san francisco's mission neighborhood.
>> it was a touching moment in my life and helping me know what i wanted to do with my life. >> john lewis was a nonviolent protestor beaten in the 1960s. this summer he introduced a resolution that passed, honoring for their powerful pocket young lives. >> they become better citizens. >> it's our responsibility to help develop young leaders. >> a board member hello, husband evers was in the movement. >> my brother and i, i said daddy, get up. >> res has traveled with the students back in time. >> it's so important to share.
it wasn't something that happened a hundred years ago. >> it's not just the well known names but the kids to make journey meet people with extraordinary stories. >> even as a teenager, you can see great things. >> it helps pablo decide to be a history teacher. he takes students now on the civil rights journey. >> i would like to see this program go on forever and forever. >> but the program is struggling. he never turns anybody away but can't afford the $2600 cost. now with the down economy they are losing donations, still the founder is pushing on. >> i have found my life's work in doing this. i keep going as long as there is a racial divide in this country, there is need to do this program. >> so tonight, we salute jeff
steinberg for david harmer wrote an education plan titled "abolish the public schools." he even called our schools "insidious" and "socialism." as families struggle to raise their kids, to provide a good education, harmer bragged, "we can design a plan to dismantle them." david harmer is just too radical. we need jerry mcnerney. protecting local schools from devastating cuts. he's a moderate, endorsed by the stockton record, the independent, and our local teachers.
i'm jerry mcnerney, and i approved this message. @@man: empty nes new us? woman: who are we? chic, modern, daring dinner-party hosts. that sounds dangerous, maybe we're more the traditional sunday brunch set? i'll expect slippers and a cocktail to be ready when i get home from work. point taken. how about... peaceful, quiet cottage in the country folk? now that's us. spend over 2500 dollars on a new kitchen and save 40 percent on custom countertops until november 28th at ikea. the life improvement store. you know it's bad when the press asks if you'd take a lie detector test. meg whitman didn't tell the truth about not voting or about how long she lived in california. she got caught in insider deals at goldman sachs. she changed her story about physically abusing an employee. she campaigned as tough as nails on immigration knowing her housekeeper of 9 years was undocumented. her tv ads have been condemned as false and misleading. and even her hometown newspaper said meg whitman has
clint eastwood has a new movie out, he is not in it but here is don sanchez on the aisle with east wood's vision of the hereafter. >> matt damon is psychic, he can touch a person and communicate with their relatives and he can see them when the bright light hits the after life. a troubled boy in london loses his brother and seeks out damon to find closure. and then there is vacation on tropical isle. she gets swept up in a tsunami, it pears she drowns and she goes
back to paris a changed woman. much of the film is in french. they made howard but his technique dooms any romance. yes, they filmed here, what we experience is eastwood fully orchestrated content. he is no rush to sell it and they have to develop and it gives pause for thought about after life. it is a spell binding work. >> clint eastwood that has made a film that is stilled with stung images you want to hang in a gallery. this is the reason we go see films and clint eastwood is proving to be the best director working today. i give eight full bucket. i'm don an which he has, we'll see you on the aisle. let's get another check on a
stormy forecast. >> it's going to be a tough weekend. >> here is a look at live doppler, pretty quiet weather picture but we do have a little spot of moisture, some light patchy shower activity moving through the city of san francisco. out towards the bay right now, isolated area of showers but time lapse view from mount contaminate camera. shows clouds at various levels of the atmosphere, low, mid-level high clouds. those clouds will be with us through the weekend as will some rainfall. here is a look at the storm track showing the storm track reaching all the way back to japan and much of this moisture is moving generally in our direction. we're certainly going to get some of it. here is the accu-weather seven-day forecast, periods of rain tomorrow with heavier more concentrated rain developing early sunday morning. heaviest will fall in the north bay but all parts will receive
some rain on sunday. we'll clear out and dry up on tuesday and wednesday. the giants, hoping to land [ male announcer ] unions have spent over 20 million dollars against meg whitman. millions in cash for brown. and the teacher's union just spent millions more attacking meg. jerry brown again? he sure comes with strings attached.
touring the white house is impressive but coming up at channel 20, the bay area student that got a personal invitation from the first lady. >> researchers have discovered a simple trick for activating your will power. >> let's talk about giants. >> they brought me in. putting the phillies the giants have returned to philadelphia for game six of the national championship series. tim lincecum and company were at at&t park boarding the bus to the airport. despite losing game five giants remain confident knowing they need one more win to advance to the world series. >> it's not been easy this year and it won't be in philadelphia but i feel like we played well
all year. so keep the faith. >> this was a huge play last night as shane's shot went off the glove of aubrey huff. phillies would never give up the lead. game six is set for tomorrow. it's going to be rematch of game two at jonathan sanchez takes the mound against roy oswalt. he may not be as dominant tomorrow. sanchez struck out seven. gave up three runs as the giants lost the game 6-1. both of playing the magnitude of tomorrow's game. >> you always have adrenalin, especially games like this. i think you have 300 starts in the big leagues you try to treat it as another start and you
don't try to get caught up in too much of the hype of it. start time for game six depends on what happens tonight as the rangers try to earn their first trip to the world series. texas and new york are tied 1-1, bottom of the fifth. if the rangers clinch the giants will play at 5:00, if the yankees force a game 7, giants will start at 1:00. now to the n.f.l., 49ers have a chance to put together back-to-back wins for the first time this season. they improve to 1-5 last sunday by beating the raiders. they are 3-point favorite and panthers are one of two winless teams but they have a pair of dangerous running backs in stewart and williams. >> on the offensive side is running backs, their running backs capable of breaking it. so you really have to have a solid game plan and make sure
you're ready to go. >> meanwhile, raiders are hoping to bounce back in denver. despite all its problems, oakland has won two straight. raiders are confident they can get it done on the road. >> we know that on the road, against them, we have to do our best because that is when they bring out all their tricks and the stuff to get the crowd going. we have answered that challenge in the past. >> and right now, looks like jason campbell, he is nursing a sore knee. if not he is going with kyle which may not be a bad idea considering campbell's performance. >> there is a lot of pressure on the giants. if they lose this game, they go to game seven. >> it's going to be tough for roy oswalt going from the astros
to provide a good education, harmer bragged, "we can design a plan to dismantle them." david harmer is just too radical. we need jerry mcnerney. protecting local schools from devastating cuts. he's a moderate, endorsed by the stockton record, the independent, and our local teachers. i'm jerry mcnerney, and i approved this message. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. this is "jeopardy!" today's contestants are-- a technical editor from larimer, pennsylvania... a mathematician from san diego, california... and our returning champion-- a stay-at-home mom from mountain view, california... whose 1-day cash winnings total...
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