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battery. and doreen sanchez was picked up but 9 d.a.says charges are pending. police believe the two were the ones responsible for attacking brian stow in the parking lot during opening day f convicted sanchez faces five years in prison norwood eight. they were picked up on thursday morning in rialto. ap quoting a source that the men allegedly made incriminating comments to others. these arrests exonerate giovanni ramirez, considered the prime suspect. he remains in custody on a parole violation. >> initial evidence in identification which led to his arrest have been refuted by an investigation that had involved dozens of detectives working seven days per week over thousands of hours. they investigated 850 clues
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and interviewed over 600 people. we've tirelessly pursued the truth. >> brian stow made incredible progress today speaking to an l.a. radio station his mother says he tried to say good morning when the nurse entered his room and recognized his two children who were visiting him today. >> and they just went to get something to eat so they're getting -- waiting to go back n they're so excited about this. >> those mother say doctors think this might be a sign that he might be starting to come out of his coma. brian stow's mother made no direct comment about the arrests other than to say with everything that happened today here at the hospital and in los angeles that everything seems to be coming together. live in san francisco abc 7
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news. >> nice to hear, thank you very much. and now to the latest on a police shooting in san francisco. investigators believe the man who died shot himself by mistake. what they can say is that the bullet did not come from an officer's gun. the mayor got an ear whfl visiting the bay view today. vic lee is there live with the latest on this story. vick? >> this is no secret that there is a lot of pent-up frustrations here in the bay view over the lack of jobs the city's handling of the district and of course, the police. and all of the emotions and issues seemed to have been made worse by the shooting. when mayor lee came here to the bay view he got an earful. >> right now they stop and and this is just not working man. that is all. it's just not working.
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>> exchange between mayor ed lee and a community actry ti vift happened just before the ground breaking. yesterday, a new twist in this investigation surprised everyone even the mayor. >> it's surprising me. what those forensics say. i'm probably like everybody else i went wow. >> the bullet, which was removed from his head. >> the medical examiner announced the bullet killing the 19-year-old kenneth harding was not fired by a standard 40 caliber gun but a 380 round that struck harding in the head. police have yet to recover that gun but investigators did find another live 380 bullet in harding's jacket pocket. the chief believes he accidentally shot himself after being hit in the leg but an officer who was returning fire. here is his theory. >> apparently the officer shot hit the suspect in the leg. imagine, if you would an instant hamstring pain pull
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would cause a person to lurch. and the gun entered right sitd of the neck, lodging behind the cheek. >> seattle police say harding is a person of interest in a recent shooting which ill kiled a gung woman wounding three others. today, a memorial service was held for the female victim. chief sur says there appears to be no match between the gun used in seattle and one here. >> we leave at this time it's of a different caliber but we're working with seattle on that case to provide whatever assistance we can. >> now a cell phone video appears to show the gun lying on the ground police say that someone apparently picked it up chief sur said that they have identified that person and they're actively looking for him. and police are offering a thousand dollars reward to anyone who can help locate that gun. >> and thank you vick. >> california business owners are adding people to their
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payrolls. a survey used to calculate the rate puts it at 11.8%. in the bay area unemployment is generally better than the rest of the state. but in east palo alto it's around 20%. and oakland 15.4% has the highest rate of any major city west of the mississippi. that is where abc 7 is for us tonight. laura? >> hi. carolyn this is also where secretary of labor paid a visit today, she found herself degending against critics saying the obama administration has not done enough to create more jobs. >> labor in the house? >> at the oakland marriott u.s. secretary of labor is here before the asian pacific labor alliance to tout president obama's record on job creation in a city with an
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unemployment rate over 50 poors in 16 months 2.2 million private sector jobs have been created in the private sector. >> everything he's tried is a job killer. >> alameda county republican party chair says the obama administration has delivered far fewer jobs than promised under this stimulus. >> first of all the stimulus did not work. we are over 9% unemployment still, and we know there are people unemployed. they're no longer bothering to take a look. >> after the speech a thousand union members marched from downtown to city hall. saying fewer tax breaks for corporations would help create more well-paying jobs for the middle class. and in emeryville she toured corporate headquarters of jam ba juice. the company created 2500 summer jobs for young people
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through a partnership with the obama administration. >> this is important in the tough economy, we're fortunate our business has been strengthening and we've been able to rise to the challenge. >> the critics of the obama administration say much more has to be done. to create new job was less emphasis on blaming the past administration for the current predicaments. >> after he's been in office three and a half years, i think you better start to own it we need to do more. i'm not debating that. and we know we have to. that is why we need cooperation across the aisle. >> and with those private sector gains she highlighted there have been large job losses in other areas particularly government, which may account for the rise in unemployment numbers this month. abc 7 news. >> thank you laura. california's unemployment rate is the second highest in the nation only nevada's is higher. and finding a new job isn't easy. about 30% of the people
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unemployed in california have been out of work for a year or more. >> this didn't help. today is the beginning of the end for borders bookstores. the sale here and across the country got underway. and it's a demise of a once-mighty retailer and how mom and pop book sellers are reacting. >> reporter: in retail the sure way to attract new customers is to go out of business. at noon there were 36 people standing in line at the sale in palo alto. >> i'm getting between 30% to 40% off on toys. it's been great. >> the last year borders made a profit was 2006 today it began closing all 399 stores. >> we do buy a lot of stuff out of the store. we're sad to see it go. >> emotions surrounding the bankruptcy are more complicated when you poke around the shelves. just six blocks away is this classic independent bookstore herbert mason bell started the
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store in 1935. his wife and daughter now run the store. they were worried when borders arrived 15 years ago. >> when they came to down we didn't know if we'd live them out. a number of our friends didn't. >> she says the demise of borders is no reason for celebration. 11,000 people will be out of a job. book publishers have lost another outlet. the truth is that big box and independent face a common enemy. electronic revolution. >> people are buying books online but more than that, i think it's the electronic books, e books. >> explosion of e readers like kindel and i've pad -- ipad has many book lovers trading in tradition for ease of down loading. >> foremost general purpose materials it's fine as an e book. >> a new generation and new technology have changed rules when it comes to survival of the fittest the book battle is on.
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>> if you want the copy that looks like the one your grandmother read to you, you're not going to get that by down loading it. >> borders closes in september. and bells is marking 76 years and open for business. >> and there is a 7 on your side investigation. a san francisco woman says the city broker water pipe and made her bay pai to fix them. >> from washington tonight a breakdown in the debt talks. the speaker ends negotiations and bay area democrats are happy, either. >> and this is what you call the marine layer. it's rolling into n.from the coast. i'll show you how in just moments. >> and later tonight rarely-seen footage from archives of the bart system marking a new milestone.
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>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. what if a public works project called damage to your home? >> then you were told you had to pay for it?. >> it's happening san francisco. >> this is amazing. there is a huge project going on and san francisco water department says few residents realize this is all happening. the city is replacing the water meters at each and every home in san francisco and it's caused damage to plumbing that home owners may be on the hook to pay. this 77-year-old had no idea there was any problem in her san francisco home until out of the blue a knock at the door. >> they came to say they'd
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broken the pipe. i would have to get a plumber out. >> a city contractor just installed a new water meter for her house. and... it caused her water pipe to burst. the contractor told helen she now had no running water, and would have to call a plumber to get it fixed and z.would have to pay for it. >> i couldn't believe it. i had no water. that is what blew my mind. you couldn't wash or do laundry. you couldn't do dishes or do anything. >> helen had to rush to find a plumber and it wasn't cheap. $4200 to break open the sidewalk install a new pipe and then, pour new concrete. >> thank god i had the money. i mean it's not like you could do without water until next month. >> helen filed a claim with the city demanding to be reimbursed. the city rejected the claim but did turn it over to the contractor.
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after that, however the case stalled for weeks. then months. >> and i got the idza of calling channel 7. i didn't know who to turn to. >> she did call us. we found out this was much bigger than the case. >> this is about a two year project to upgrade in the city. >> the water department is replacing all 177 water meter was these models. the department admits installations can cause pipes to burst it and happened at 36 homes so far. and this is one of them. >> what tends to happen is that as you set up the water this causes a slight shock in the system. and so in this case of pipes kor yodzed or very old that could cause that pipe to burst. we've had 36 cases where that happen ootd water department says that unless the contractor did something wrong
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homeowners have to pay for repairs because pipes tend to burst only if they are in poor condition. >> the homeowner is responsible for upkeep of their property. >> the spokesperson says it's rare and they installed 52,000 meters, stim, there are 125,000 more homes to go. the department concedes some could be damaged. >> we have to look at every case to see whether it's the homeowner responsibility. >> and consumer action contends homeowners should not have to put the bill. >> who to say your home might not be next? >> 7 on your side sound so far five homeowners including helen filed claims for burst pipes, all turned over to the contractor. and another six claims caused
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other damage. bsi declined our request saying it's our practice not to comment regarding individual claims wex treat claims seriously and have a well-established process in place to respond to every claim. and helen did get another knock on the door. this time with welcome news. >> i got my full payment. i was so happy. it was unbelievable. >> bsi did pay her the full $4200. bsi would not say whether or not it's paid for damages in other cases. however we'll be following up as the work continues on this project. and if you have a problem with these new meters or installations, please let me know about it. go to abc 7 >> and she had to deal with that? >> and this? just like this? you don't have water?
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>> good work. >> dozens of people got to play spiderman today jumping off a skyscraper. take a look. these thrill seekers repelled down at union square. that is 36 floors nearly 500 feet. and there is is a chance to jump off the edge. >>. >> this is the outside of the building and i encourage them to take their time and enjoy sights coming down. >> this is not for the faint of heart. >> there are slots available tomorrow and all have you to do is raise the minimum amount for special olympics. and that is someone looks a little turned around.
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>> fun to watch not to do. not for me. i like it on the ground. >> do you like the weather? >> i do. >> there is weather diversity now. and there is a live view looking northward toward mount tam. that is what you call a marine layer getting deeper and deeper. and there is bringing cooling affect witness. let's take a look at the current readings talking about 59 degrees in half moon bay. and moving inland to antioch. it's 88 degrees now. and there is low clouds continuing to push inland tonight. and will be slightly warmer sunday, by a couple degrees. and no draw matic changes coming our way. satellite shows yet another low pressure system coming in from pacific
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northwest to bring us further cooling and this is keeping temperatures down below average. and there is lows into mid to upper 50s so there is another mild period. we've had quite a few this week. and let's start go on and this is moving. and this is pulling back to the coast by mid day or so. then clouds stay there at the coast. high temperatures around or perhaps just above 60 degrees mainly 70s around the bay. and there is mid-80s inland. sunny skies and highs from mid-70s and there is highs into low 70s upper 60s from millbrae. and there is 60-61 degrees on the coast. in and around san francisco high of 63 downtown.
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and 61 in the sunset district. and 86 in clover dale. near east bay highs mid-60s to low 70s. 73 fremont. and there is 79 in dublin. 66 in watsonville. up to 80 inland in morgan hill there. is a nice, steady pattern coming our way. inland highs mainly mid-80s and we'll warm up towards end of the week to around 92 degrees, mainly sunny skies. and moving up to about 80 degrees. and there is higher towards the end of the week. >> thank you. >> and coming up next lnz terror where you'd least expect it. >> bombings and shootings in norway today they're probably
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>> authorities believe today's twin attacks in norway are the work of a norwegian. at least seven people were killed after two or more explosions rocked a government building including prime minister's office. he was at home when the blast occurred. the bombs blew out most of the windows in the 24 high rise and left the square below covered in glass and metal. investigators are looking into the possibility one of the explosions was from a car bomb. at least 15 people were injured and authorities believe the number of dead and
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injured here could rise once they finish searching the building. >> the second impact took place shortly after the bombings on an island off the norwegian coast. a gunman dressed in a police uniform killed at least 10 people in a youth camp connected to norway's ruling party. witnesses reported seeing 20-25 bodies in the water but that has not been confirmed. one unexploded device was found at the camp. police arrested the suspect. norwegian television identified him just moments ago a 32-year-old norwegian. they believe he act add lone. and they're not sure at this point what his motive might have been. >> in the middle of their divorce, arnold schwartzeneggar and maria shriver issued a joint statement about their youngest son. the 13-year-old was severely injured in a body boarding accident in malibu. he is recovering in a los angeles hospital froont a collapsed lung and several broken bones. the family statement saying
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thanks lifeguards and doctor who's helped their son describing him as brave and says he's expected to make a full recovery. >> why the debt talks in washington suddenly broke down late today. speaker john boehner called them off. >> that is not the only stalemate tonight. faa is about to lose the authority to collect the tax on your airline tickets. >> and a delegation of bay area bloggers sets out to fight poverty and disease in africa. the story and more as the news 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good evening we'll start in washington. a set back in the attempt to raise the debt keeling to keep the country from defaulting on its loans happened again. both parties angry blaming the other for a sudden breakdown in the negotiations.
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mark matthews is here and they cannot agree on tax autos no. the president said of this afternoon he's prepared to take considerable heat from the party over the deal he's negotiating with the speaker of the house. i can tell you members of the bay area delegation were ready to give him heat and there is a plan calling for trillions in tax cuts putting off -- spending cuts put off tax increases until next year. the debt talks broke down in spectacular form. >> i've been left at the altar now a couple times. >> the president said he's willing to take on more than a trillion dollars in spending cuts. the spending point was tax autos we have an agreement on a revenue number we thought we can reach based on a flatter tax code but lower rates and a broader case. -- base. >> the speaker of the house would not budth on eliminating cuts or raising taxes on
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corporation autos if you don't have revenues the entire thing ends up being tilted on the backs of the poor and middle class families. majority of americans don't agree on that approach. >> bay area members of congress don't. before the deal fell part there are reports any tax increase would be put off until next year. >> this is -- you may as well go out in the street and get run over by a truck. >> it's not fair and balanced or the way by begin to dig ourselves out of the hole. >> on the senate side, dianne feinstein called the deal a nonstarter, and said everyone pays their fair share, and speaker of the house. >> there was an agreement on some additional rev nu. and until yesterday when the president demanded $400 billion more going to be nothing more than a tax increase on the american people. >> the president says bluntly house republicans goring to have to bear the
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responsibility. >> i've gone out miff way to say that both parties have to make compromises. this indicated the degree to which at least a democratic president has been willing to make tough compromise ootz president called on the speaker and minority leader nancy pelosi and leaders in the senate to meet at the white house tomorrow morning 11:00 a.m. he says the only remaining bottom line, find a way to raise the debt ceiling towards the end of the year. >> august 2 is the deadline. >> and. >> thanks mark. >> the fight over the debt ceiling isn't the only showdown taking place in washington. much of the faa will shut down at midnight eastern time because the senate adjourned without extending operating authority. that means air traffic controllers will continue to do their jobs but nearly 4,000 people will be furloughed.
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$2 billion in construction projects will doum a halt. the government will lose authority to collect $200 million per week in ticket taxes. alaska airlines quick to point out not collecting that tax will save you $44 on a $300 ticket about 15%. the dispute is over subsidies to 13 rural airports house republicans have voted to kill and senate democrats want to keep. >> president obama officially signed a repeal of don't ask don't tell today. his signature serving as a formal repeal on a ban on gays serving openly. president obama called the repeal quote the final major step towards ending the don't ask don't tell law undermining our military readiness and violates american principal pels of fairness and equality. end quote. and former navy lieutenant held a news conference to respond to this repeal. doning won a three-year battle
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to stay in the navy veefshs after revealing she was gay in 1993. today sherk called a repeal the last hurdle in a 17-year fight. >> so excited for the community and country. don't ask don't tell was a stain upon the democracy of the country. it was inconsistent with values of the military. and compromises integrity and the institution. >> the repeal goes into affect in 60 days. >> tonight's money matters mixed signals on the economy. catter pillar had a 44 increase in profits but the acquisition of another company booftd expenses and drove stocks down 5%. that weighed on the rest of the market. the dow fell 43 points, and the nasdaq went up 24. advanced micro devices gained almost 20%. bloomberg news reports apple may be in a bid for the online service to rent or buy videos
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bolt sistering i tunes and help apple compute with net flix. the company says is it's created a new division, moving it from kor rit head quarters to san jose. >> and how good has the iphone been for verizon? realing in 1.3 million new subvibers in three months more than it has in two and a half years. >> and coming up next a bay area mother hopes to change thousands of lives with her blog. >> and the redevelopment of an aging train station that could help pu new life into an east 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she's hoping this will change the lives of millions of other women living in africa. >> amy is getting ready to fly halfway around the world she'll need a jacket antimalaria pills and a lap top. >> we're going to see africa through the lens of a mom. >> amy is a mom blogger. she writes for several web sites and one of 10 selected by nonprofit to go to kenya to see how homs raise kids in a developing nation. >> i think people are attracted to blogs because they're so honest and real. they're so raw. >> for one week amy will follow kenyan moms trying to
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raise children while dealing with hardships of hunger and disease. >> i don't think anything can prepare you for seeing a child who hasn't eaten in a few days or is suffering from aids or malaria. >> amy is hoping to see the other side. the help kenyan families are getting from u.s. government aid program autos we want to help bring those stories alive. and let other people know about the successes going on in africa. >> the goal organizers say is motivating moms to reach out to their lawmakers about protecting the 1% of the budget going to those program autos that is vaccinating kids against pneumonia and diarrhea. in kenya that can be death and a death sentence for them. >> for amy it's well worth weeks she'll have to spend away from her kids. >> this trip will stick with us for our lives. >> amy will have to fly for 18 hours before she lands in kenna. once there she'll only
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have six days on the ground. she says she plans to blog every single one of the days and for weeks after returning home. >> and just ahead here tonight how a train station could be the salvation of one oakland neighborhood. >> building bart rarely-seen images from the archiviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviv
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west oakland once a thriving neighborhood, today it's better known for high crime and shuttered homes but there are signs of new hope in that part of oakland. and a lot of people are looking to an old train station to breathe life into communities. >> when this train station opened in 1912 on 16th street it was a bustling and grand gateway to the west. today it's a relic of a bygone era. >> it was an important place. >> the 16th street station was the end of the transcontinental railroad,
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linking the east coast with the west. train arriving on a lower level. passengers walked up stairs to waiting trolleys you had a great migration from the south and had the japanese internees coming back through that station. eastern europeans coming here tla way and amtrak used this station until damaged in 1989 quake, we're just blocks from where the freeway collapsed. but when the community demanded that a new freeway be built somewhere else well that meant the end of usefulness fr the station. there is hope old station l will be an inspiration. >> this was a city landmark. and we've been looking and thinking to find ways to reuse this building. >> when the property was for sale the community asked me to be sensitive to potential
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developer who's would make that building be a community resource. >> the station and land was purchased in 2005 by a housing developer. the organization promised to make it a center piece of the neighborhood of more than 200 homes. >> when they saw it it was an opportunity to preserve an as yet for the community. i think we're ready to move to the next step. >> that is including coming up with potential uses from the ground. people will be again allowed into parts of the building for limited use. and hbo used the site. the restoration association for improving the station is mindful of the building's pact. >> from this point going forward i'm just hoping that that same sort of rhythm you
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can hear from trains and same sort of buzz and energy you get from you go to a real active transit center that that will be the kind of energy that we'll have here. >> and next week the developer will open to ideas they hope will shape the future of the project. you can find out about that on our web site. >> and 60 years ago next week california legislature created a special commission to study the transportation problem. their solution? bart. when they did appear they were everywhere. abc 7's wayne freedman found rare films showing that. >> there is another delay that is routine. but wait you might not know this fabled rail line is about to celebrate an obscure 60th anniversary. >> this is the anniversary of
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the state legislature creating bay area transit commission from 1951. >> it sounds to us like a good excuse for old film autos let's take a look. >> and let's take a look at the mind set at the time n 1951 long before construction began, the world was different. >> when the state legislature first started to look at another route across the bay part of the concern had to do with limitations of that bridge. it had nothing to do with cars. how about national defense? well, i think during the war years, army was concerned the bay bridge was the primary quarter between east bay and west bay. >> mike is the institutional memory of bart serving 30 years managing public after yirs. he's seen this film ask can talk about it. >> there is a lot of controversy. >> residents worried about disruptions from what may have been this biggest public work pros jekt in history. 5,000 people spread out six
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years building tracks and station as cross 75 miles and an outrageous cost of $1.4 billion. >> probably the best investment the bay area made. >> the drill and tunnel through berkeley hills then hire bethlehem steel to float sections into skplais have differs connect them in a trench beneath san francisco bay. >> i consider it one of the engineering marvels of the world. >> a marvel become a back drop we now take for granted. so think about that on monday. and wish the system a happy 6 owth birthday. >> happy birthday. there is more in those films than we've been able to show you tonight. if you've like to take a look there is a link for threw. >> wonderful. >> yes. >> and let's look forward now to weekend. it's upon us. >> spencer is here with the
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forecast oo. and this is a weekend to look forward to. there is our composite image. there is yet another pacific northwest system. temperatures coming down more, tomorrow 5:00 in the morning, low clouds fog will have pushed inland overnight z they'll push back to the coastline there by mid day or so. high temperatures near the coast around 60 degrees and 80s into warmest inland locations. tomorrow's highs 90 up in clear lake. mainly mid to -- low to mid-80s. and there are 60s and 70s around the bay. just south down near monterey bay, there is a high of 80 in morgan hill. 60s near the bai. here is the accu-weather forecast. it's going to be a pleasant seven days with high temperatures generally a few degrees below average for the first part of the seven day period.
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thursday friday, highs around 90 degrees 80s around the bay. a bit of a warm up coming up at the end of the week. >> we can have a hundred degrees. >> we could, indeed. >> right. right. >> and wish it was a little warmer. >> and what is holding up an agreement to end nfl lockout. >> problem one 49er has with a deal signed by owners, back in a moment. [ female announcer ] at jcpenney, we're giving you a big thank you this friday and saturday with the simplest way to save extra! just use your jcpenney rewards credit card to save an extra 20% on everything storewide! no exclusions! save an extra 20% on styles for her, brandsor him and clothes for kids.
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>> join me tonight at 9:00 coming up then if you think you're opting out think again. stanford researchers track the internet tracker autos and then at 11:00 here on abc 7 delayed a year maybe longer. problems holding up a bay area commuter rail system approved by voters years ago is coming up this evening. >> we'll see you then now bringing you latest on nfl lockout. >> no deal here. >> speaking of delayed... >> yes. >> there is is hope the players might vote on that new
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collective bargaining agreement today thachl did not happen. many key figures in this negotiation were at the funeral of mirea craft today the wife of patriots owner bob craft. players said they'd not make labor announcements out of respect for the crafts. player reps will talk this weekend. maybe voting on monday. 49ers player rep told espn owners final proposal includes something that they had never discussed. >> when you go through a deal like what we're going through now, you can't give us a time line to agree on something that was never talked about. so that is why you see with twitter guys going off mad rightfully so. you feel like your intelligence is insulted. we're going to make sure we educate the rest of the players before a decision is made. >> and owners wait on players and fans wait on both, there is another group being affected by the lockout
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undrafted rookie free agents like jeremy ross he's been working out with a group of players in the hopes on sunday he's going get a call for a tryout. but the longer the lockout extends the less chance he's going to get to get a fair look. >> there are a lot of veteran free agents out there as well there. is a chance the teams may want to go for them they're polished and they've been in the league fr a while. a guy in my situation coming straight out of college. but i got the biggest thing for us is going to be challenging. we've just gots to not get swayed by emotions and circumstance skpk able to stay grounded. and reagency comes it's going to be mayhem. a's opened in the bronx tonight trying to tap a 10-game losing streak against the yankees. trevor cahill did not last long in 100 degree heat. and a's had support for cahill
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early. pennington based to it right and connor jackson up in the second. former a nick swisher three-run bomb. yanks scored five times in the second then nine in the third. bases loaded. and grand slam 10 earned run as loued in just 10 innings yanks leading big and giants host brewers later tonight. troubles continuing for dodgers, a judge rejects a bankruptcy financing plan. the judge said they've got to go back to work out a deal with major league baseball get a loan. dodgers have previously rejected baseball's offer refusing to negotiate. there is a new man at the top of the tour defrance. leader thomas vokeler couldn't keep pace in the mountains 68 miles.
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freshman peer roland and the new over all leader andy shlek. his own brother is 53 seconds back. and we stay in europe. beautiful day at british senior open. big day for american lee ringer. approach on 15 right on target. it hits the sixth. and rinker birdies the hole he's seven under. there is a three-way tie atop the leader board meet he'ding into the weekend. >> and in rossmore there is a fire in a retirement community there in walnut creek. >> three-alarm fire apartment building is burning. you can see from smoke in this live picture burning fairly intensely. we'll update you at 9:00 and 11:00. >> see y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y
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6:59 pm
ptioned by closed captioning services, inc. this is "jeopardy!" introducing tod's contestants-- a graduate student of meteorology from madison, wisconsin... a retired emergency room physician from connellsville pennsylvania... and our returning champion-- an acamic advisor from arlington, virginia... whose 1-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"--


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