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hour. these people have been pouring into city hall many from out of town. both for and against the controversial ordinance. emotions running high. the debate will happen here in the chambers of this small bedroom opportunity of roughly 34,000 people. >> this is a matter of public safety the opportunity for a city to take action. >> the mayor authored the ordinance, restricting where the nur stores could be set up. >> from a firearms dealer to other sensitive uses, parks, playgrounds. and large die care centers. >> gun dealers would have to get a permit, check back grounds put
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in security systems and monitor sales. >> we have a very low crime rate. jack weir is against the ordinance. >> part of a national to enact gun control. people who are basically against private citizens having guns >> the mayor says the handful of stores will be exempt and won't feel much of the impact of the ordinance. weir disagrees. >> one gentleman said he would have to hire an additional person just to keep track of ammunition sales. that means his cost of doing business is going up. that means prices are going to have to go up. >> the debate will likely turn
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into gun control and the second amendment. >> the parents of a 13-year-old santa rosa boy shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy filed a lawsuit against sonoma county and the officer that pulled the trigger. andy lopez was killed by a deputy. his parents asking for a fair, and thorough, investigation. we leanne is in the newsroom tonight. >> reporter: prior to filing the lawsuit, the fame had an autopsy performed on their 13-year-old son and asking the fbi bring in a pathologist to perform an independent one. that is why they have yet to bury their son. the lawyer representing the family of the 13-year-old andy lopez says it was a case of racial profiling. >> he assumed a mexican american kid is a gang member, dressed like a gang member. i'm going to shoot first, ask questions later. >> sonoma county responded saying statements in the claims
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alleging the sheriff encourages deputies to prematurely shoot suspects are false lopez was shot and killed october 22nd. two deputies spotted the team walking. one of them told investigators he mistook the teen's pellet gun for a real one. the attorney says that video comparing the two has offended the family. >> if you listen to their conduct, displaying, it's a done deal, folks they have already concluded that the shooting was justified. okay? shame on them. >> reporter: the family had an independent autopsy done, showing seven bullets struck lopez but the first one, through his heart, which brought him down. >> gelhaus unloaded in a super reckless way, i mean, say it's reckless doesn't come close.
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>> reporter: gelhaus told police he feared for his life and those around him. the boy's mother told reporters she is mad that gelhaus is home, on paid leave, her son is dead. she says i want them to arrest that asassin. the fbi is conducting an independent investigation. the family today showed these pictures of their son, who they say was a loving boy. >> we want justice z then, also sh we want an honest investigation. >> reporter: the mexican consulate near san francisco referring parents negotiated with the american government to allow the boy's grandmother and aunt to come from mexico for the funeral. >> thank you. pro tests against the shooting of andy lopez are ongoing with the community
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rallying against what it says is a disservice of justice. today a church held a peaceful march to the sonoma county sheriff's department protesting shooting and treatment of the latino community by the sheriff's office. >> we're very much about this case. case. >> the community was kind of spread out but now this gives us an opportunity to come together. >> there will be a grand jury after the initial investigation is complete >> the much anticipated casino set to open tomorrow morning. the largest indian gaming casino is opening off highway 101. abc7 news reporter wayne freedman is live with last minute
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preparations. wayne? >> reporter: not only he tomorrow, but are expecting people to be lining up outside of the casino tonight tobt first through the doors tomorrow. take a look at this place. one year ago, this is a cow pasture. now it's a casino. what can hold 3,000 slot machines and ice cream? >> all i need to do is just dust. put more polish on the terrazzo floors, i'm ready to go. >> that is the general manager of what, after tomorrow, will be the largest casino in california. 340,000 square feet, $800 million to build, and indian gaming splishment may generate $500 million in revenue
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by 2016. did we mention 2000 new jobs? . >> i was working for state farm. they left. >> mary jane has not worked until now. >> but it wasn't easy. i loved working. i was so excited when this happened. >> it will look like this after tomorrow's opening. but these are the actors doing a commercial shoot in one of the 13 restaurants. >> we're allowed to eat it in bites and pieces. yes. >> a faux date. >> we just met. now we're kind of thinking about outside of the commercial. >> really? >> i was unaware of this. but lpz >> speaking of unaware here is a touching west. la fondida restaurant. 25 years ago he established a move from mexico. began with a food truck. now
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have this restaurant. >> we don't know if it's going to work out, but we're excited. we're taking a challenge. >> work hard enough? it lessens the risk. >> the state public utilities commission today proposed a $17 million fine against pg&e for not reporting potential problem was a pipeline in san carlos the line taken out of service. records revealed it could have laws as one that exploded three years ago. last month, an administrative judge proposed $50,000 per day, dating back to march, when pg&e failed to notify the p.u.c of the faulty records. today's recommendation nearly triple that's by starting the clock in november. p.u.c says pg&e likely became aware of the discrepancy. >> if initial reaction is any indication, an idea to have a's moving to san francisco and
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share giants ballpark is striking out. major league baseball is trying to put pressure on a's to work out a lease extension in oakland by suggesting if they don't, they could hab tate with giants for a while. abc7 news is in oakland with the story. >> if they cover up orange and black, yes. of course. other than that, no. they belong here. >> david sanchez isn't keen on the idea of his green and gold crossing fwiet play at at and t. >> a's from oakland. oakland a's i can't imagine going to san francisco for a game. >> the reaction after reports major league baseball floating the idea the a's could temporarily play at at and t park, shared with giants, if the a's and coliseum authority don't agree on a lease extension soon oochlt they're looking at options if the lease does expire. >> chris sits on the board. and
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leaves the organization save oakland sports. >> we're close to getting it done. so excited. hopefully in the next, you know, short while we're going to this get this signed oochlt despite professed disregard for oakland as an option, lou wolf rejects the idea. a's released this statement. according to managing partner lou wolf we intend to extend the lease and look forward to a great season. some giants fans say sharing at and t with a's is a nonstarter. >> american league, national league there is a divide there. but for the most part, you know, i would say giants fans want to keep at and t park their own. >> it goes way back to a long time. >> this fan says the location of the stadium shouldn't matter. >> it doesn't matter. it's okay.
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it's just baseball. if you're a true fan, you're going to follow them. >> the board expected to vote on a lease extension at its next meeting, november 15th. >> well, still to come here tonight on abc7 news a 100 foot tug boat being raised from the bottom of the oakland estuary. and one lawmaker envisions bicycles to replace muni. >> i'm spencer christian n just a moment we'll take a look at the frost advisory for parents of the bay sxaer a great view of the moon in the bay area sky. >> thousands being injured by glass shower door that's explode without warning. i'm michael finney. what might be causing it ♪
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cruise are cleaning up a water way. the boat nicknamed captain al. officials say it has to go because it's been posing a hazard to boaters and contaminating the he is tu y -- area. >> police tweeted a picture of a picture of a in connection with
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a disappearance of a person from brazil. police want to question this man about paulo netto calling relatives in brazil to say he was in trouble and believed he was being followed. new details including a possible motive for the man accused of murdering an oakland federal investigator. investigators say she had been strangled. today a police officer and two nephews of suspect revealed he he was upset about going back to jail for a parole violation in may and missing the fun ravel his mother this, violation triggered by a series of events including the search for coke's missing dog. big plans being made for an expansion of san francisco bike-share program. transit officials released an update on
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the use of sf bike share. in two months since up and running 2000 people have bought memberships the system averaging between 900 to a thousand trips per day. now, 150 bikes will be added to the fleet of 350. some city leaders want to expand to 3,000 bicycles. >> in the cheap. i think we'll get there. but we have a number of funding questions to figure out. >> supporters say would it make bikes available for much of the city. supervisor scott weiner hopes to have it done within two years. >> now, we're talking about bicycle riding in the city tonight at 11:00 abc7 news i team hits streets to show how dangerous bike riding can be in san francisco. dan noyes reveals the number one injury to bike
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riders. >> state department is sending people from washington to abc7 job journal hire event the clothing retailer joseph a bank is also hiring. 500 jobs will be up for grabs tomorrow on gateway place between noon and 4:00. >> someone has come forward to claim a power ball worth $200 million the ticket sold in this fast and easy store. the only ticket with all six numbers today a man came forward to claim the prize. officials forced to cancel a news conference because he didn't want to go public. later he was identified as a 68-year-old carlo mitchell of fresno >> he's now wealthy. >> yes >> let's talk about we're rich in terms of the weather. >> yes a mazing. >> we've got temperatures in 70s at least into afternoon. they're
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dropping a bit now. here is a look at live doppler seven hd. clear skies across the coast. and we have a frost advisory. this is between 3:00 a.m and 8:00 a.m . of damage to sensitive plants is possible. if i were a thermometer i would be shivering as well. right now, a beautiful live view from our east bay hills camera looking west over the bay. clear skies and 59 in san francisco now. san carlos, 63. 54 in half moon bay. how about this view from our camera looking back at a portion of the skyline of san francisco. temperatures now 61 in santa rosa. 65 in napa. 64 novato and fairfield. 63 livermore, one more live view, a beautiful view
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looking over san francisco. these are the forecast features chilly morning and cold with areas of frost. sun yeeshg mild into afternoon z we'll have cloudier, cooler weather by weekend. maybe a chance of rain next monday, happening to be veteran's day. satellite image shows a large ridge of high pressure still in controlling factor in our weather picture. as the week draws to an end, getting cooler. forecast animation starting at 7:00 this evening, notice skies remaining clear overnight. wednesday, we get a few high clouds moving through. it will be a mild day on wednesday. overnight tonight, it will be chilly with lows into low to mid-40s north bay valleys low to mid 30s and it will be frosty. by afternoon, sunny and mild. south bay we'll see low 70s in santa
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clara and morgan hill. upper 60s to around 70s in mountain view. on the coast mild, 61 in half moon bay. 64 pacifica. downtown san francisco, 66 degrees, 63 in the sunset district. north bay, 73 degrees in santa rosa and napa. 72 sonoma. east bay, 69 in oakland. 71 union city. inland east bay, 74 degrees in walnut creek. fairfield and livermore. that is it. here is a look at the accu-weather forecast. i knew there is another 74 there, somewhere. temperatures gradually tapering off approaching end of the week, then, over the weekend clouds thickening a bit. it cools down. coolest day will be monday, which is veteran's day. there is a chance of rain monday as well. highs into low 60s even inland. >> getting like fall, finally. >> yes. >> coming up next, the twitter ipo and instant millionaires it
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executives at twitter boosted the asking price for their stock offering this week. the stock will begin trading thursday. between $23 to $25 per share. at the high end, twitter could raise more than $2 billion making it second biggest ipo, ever, behind facebook a new associated press poll
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shows only 40% think it's a good investment. 47% say it isn't. one out of every five people has a twitter account. nearly half say they tweet less than once per day. here is how twitter ranks, behind facebook, google plus, linkedn and pinterest. 9% never heard of twitter oochlt well, nonetheless it's expected to make millionaires out of many employees but won't be paying a penny in taxes to san francisco. that is because the city granted twitter a payroll tax exemption two years ago n return, twitter moved into a run down area of san francisco. today, mayor ed lee toured the area pointing out new businesses that followed twitter into the neighborhood. defending the tax exemption, as an analyst estimates the city will lose $56 million in payroll taxes from the sale of the stock.
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>> we still want the benefit of more employees being hired here z then, success of the companies will sustain it. you know? i don't think it's just initial success. it's about sustained success. >> the city says payroll tax revenues could hit $54 million over 20 years. >> there is more still to come here tonight on abc7 news up next late new details on a shooting at lax and the roommate who drove the gunman to the airport. >> falling back, and just going no. no. no. >> part two of an exclusive interview with a former bay area politician who
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fbi agents back at the home of the suspected los angeles airport shooter today they escorted out two men who then drove away on their own.
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authorities say the suspect, paul ciancia asked for a ride to the airport. his parents received alarming text messages from him. police arrived at ciancia's l.a. apartment 45 minutes after he left the for the airport. four people were shot including four tsa officers, one died. an officer shot twice in the foot talked publicly for the first time.. >> i was injured helping an elder man trying to get to a safe area. i turned around and there was a gunman and shot me, twice. >> ciancia has been charged with murder of a federal officer and committing violence at an airport he remains hospitalized in critical condition. we're told his unresponsive. >> part two of an exclusive abc7 interview, the sex and drugs scandal that ruined the life of a politician.
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>> nadia locker is out of rehab. >> reporter: the interview lasted two hours, she sees this as a step talking about all that happened to her so she can move forward. i met nadia lockyer in her home, she's unpacking and working 12 steps enjoying the simple life, walking her son to school every day. >> we're living in every present moment is what i've learned to do. it's so beautiful. >> reporter: one lesson from a year in rehab. battling an addiction to methamphetamine. >> it made me under weight, under nourished. spiritually and physically. it is sucked nadia
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from her soul. >> she was married to bill lockyer but leading a secret life with a man she met three years ago. steve jaconi, a san jess yeah construction worker. it became public after a violent confrontation between the two at this newark hotel, february, 2012.. >> i remember falling back and going, no. no. no. like that. like, you know? he just by himself, i think. >> authorities investigated whether to charge jaconi with assault, nadia took leave for a month of rehab, returning to work a spotlight on her. reports that she posed as his attorney so she can visit him in jail. then, e mailing mercury news with accusation her husband, bill, once attorney general bought and gave me drugs years
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before meeting steve. then, called me crazy when i sought help. iet was more personal theft, relationship issues that is yi said some of the statement was true. some wasn't. >> he never bought you drugs? >> no. >> never gave you drugs? >> no. >> bill lockyer declined an interview but his spokesman says it's totally utterly false he provided drugs to his wife, after that controversy, nadia resigned from the board of supervisors the attorney general refused to charge jacodi. it didn't help she saw him after the alleged assault. >> i believe my credibility was dramatically affect bid my using. >> reporter: nadia says jaconi began taunting her with a sex tape. the mercury news reported
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he asked a reporter where he might sell sex tapes he made with lockyer providing two tube clips. >> i was in shock. i felt alone. >> reporter: in may, a judge approved a restraining order. steve jaco nichlt refused to be interviewed and is back in rehab and e mailed me very been clean and sober since january. i'm staying focussed on sow priority continuing on a path of rebuilding my life. i made too much progress to bring up the past. it was all too much for bill lockyer. he filed for divorce and nadia took her son to southern california. a
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turning point. her sister found meth and pipe in the room she shared with her son. >> my sister saved my life. she called the police department and said she found something m n.her home. and i was arrested >> your sister turned you in? >> yes. >> nadia pleaded not guilty and the judge put the case on hold until she completes rehab. >> i'm happy to be receiving help i need. >> reporter: nadia faced many challenges a relapse with alcohol, a bout with bell's palsy that left her face drooping and an allergic reaction to medication that's made her shake. >> they had to take me to was near halloween. i remember a little girl staring at me. >> reporter: report in september she was allowed to live with her son, and bichl he
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withdrew divorce papers. nadia has new tattoos to honor her native american heritage. >> i won't have gotten this as supervisor. i lost nadia. i lost her in an addiction i am able now to be present for my son, husband and others. >> reporter: nadia has a hearing in january. the judge could drop charges if she continues to do well. she hopes to get work as a lawyer, perhaps a foundation or social worker helping addicts or victims of domestic violence. tonight at 11:00, how dangerous streets can be for bicycles we found incredible close calls and learned what the single biggest cause of injury is to cyclists in the bay area. tonight at 11:00. >> glad you're wearing a helmet.
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google executive eric schmidt says wide spread is untrue. and schmidt is currently in hong kong, speaking of efforts to increase internet access in north korea. >> we were trying to do is convince the government to open up to a little bit of the internet to get started for the benefit of the country and government. for the benefit of the citizens and so forth. >> schmidt says he's not sure if efforts had any impact on the government. >> black berry gives it one more try instead of selling the major stock holder as agreed now to chip in $1 billion to keep the company going. today, the stock fell 16%. on wall street, dow jones went up 23 points, nasdaq
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add 14, s and p gained six. >> kelloggs said because of weak sales, it will have to trim its work force by 7%. and united airlines said it will give employees each $100 bonus for exceeding october performance goals. united carries more people than any other airline in the world and last month, nearly 85% arrived on time. >> the cirque du soliel announced it will replace an act in a show that resulted in a serious injury of a performer. friday an acrobat on the wheel of death fell 20 feet to the ground during a performance he is expected to recover. another cirque du soliel production set up shop in san francisco today. workers raised the big top. this is opening november 13th. safety inspections will be a top priority. >> we ensure that everywhere we
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go, we comply with local regulations and codes. >> just last week, cirque du soliel was fined in nevada for safety violations after a deadly fall of another las vegas performer in june. abc7 news gets a look at how the cirque du soliel performers are training for the show. our special unlocks a mystery and airs saturday, november 16th at 10:00 p.m here on abc7. >> stay with us. a lot more
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so delicious, they won't even know it's chicken. 50% less fat... 100% johnsonville taste. a northern california whistle blower will get $28 million from one of the largest health care fraud settlements in history. health care giant johnson and johnson will pay $2.2 million for marketing drugs for uses never approved also covering criminal charges of paying kickbacks to doctors and pharmacies. in california case of johnson and johnson aggressively pushed the drug nature core for treating severe heart failure. another drug
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approved only for treating schizophrenia marketed to demenia patients with anxiety and depression. >> crowd funding is the rage among start ups many launching new products by getting little donations but kids are still doing it the old fashioned way. selling baked goods or lemonade. there is a start up that is about to change that. >> reporter: sitting in a big chair, 12-year-old malcolm looks like the founder of a silicon valley start up. because he is. >> i made a presentation on power point presented to my mom. >> he wanted to host a server for the game mine craft. >> too young for kick starter. i was looking around and all of a sudden i remembered piggy backer. >> reporter: piggy backer is like kick starter for kids >> we hope to inspire the next
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generation of entrepreneurs and leaders just from something as hopefully raising money online. >> reporter: the founder says it teaches kids how to raise money. everything from cold calling to marketing. it worked for malcolm. >> i made 128% of my goal. $640 my goal was $500. >> reporter: now on to his second pro jevenlth a different one. raising money to send needy kids to exploratorium, help lupus foundation and keep lake tahoe blue. prizes ranging from an autographed football to a one on one with a shark tank infester. >> they'll be judging based on effort and teamwork. the community buy in, and idea potential to make an impact. >> piggy backer is also for taking them up to the next level. that is what one teen is doing with plans to putted ipods in the hands of kids. >> it's teens helping teens
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>> reporter: this 16-year-old says toy drives often leave out teenagers. >> myself esteem would go down all teenagers do is talk about what they got how they're using it, and showing it off. >> reporter: he raised money in years past, but this year, piggy backer has him on track to give away ipods. >> it empowers young kids to really shoot for the stars. >> reporter: challenge has weekly prizes and runs through january 3rd n san francisco, abc7 news. >> that is a brilliant idea. iet is. >> we hoped to bring you seven on your side's michael finney's piece on exploding shower doors we cannot bring it to you tonight. >> we'll try to bring it to you tomorrow. we can bring you a nice looking forecast. >> for sure. nice looking now. live doppler seven showing clear skies around the bay area, following a mild, sunny
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afternoon. going to cool down and get cold in spots. we have a frost advisory north bay interior valleys low temperatures dropping into low to mid-30s in many locations here. that is cold. there is a chill for sensitive skin. so bear that in mind. state wide tomorrow looking at sunny skies and maybe cloudy in northwestern corners but sunny, mild conditions with high temperatures into low to mid-70s from chico to sacramento. 70 fresno. 76 down south, los angeles. 79 palm springs on the coast. 62 monterey. here in the bay area, another mild day. milder than today. highs into low to mid-60s on the coast, upper 60s to low 70s around the bay. low to mid-70s in our inland locations. here is the accu-weather forecast. wednesday, mildest day of the
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seven day period mid-60s on the coast. temperatures gradually tapering off towards the end of the week. cloudier over the weekend. by monday, next monday, veteran's day, cloudy skies ask a chance of rain. >> thank you. >> both niners and raiders making news. >> yes. >> raiders licking wounds after giving up an nfl record seven touchdown passes yesterday. coach allen responds, today z niners may get moves today helping
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raiders took a step backwards, their defense carrying this team but what a let down yesterday. tieing a record with seven tornado passes just carving up oakland's secondary. it was four individual play. just steam rolled into a 29-point loss. today head coach dennis allen put on a brave face moving forward. >> there is no question there is a bad taste in our mouths right
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now. and but that is over with. done with the way we played the other day is not indictive of the team that we have put out on the field until this point or the team we're going put out on the field going forward >> back to business for 49ers following their bye week they activated marrow manningham. manningham out since tearing his acl, hopefully adding another threat of wide receiver for colon kaeper nick. the position has not been producing much, however, someone had to go. and he took a spot with great play. texans head coach gary kubiak remains in the hospital after collapsing in a game against the colts. his family did indicate he is
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feeling fine they will be cautious with him before the return to the side lines. florida state jumped to number two, and would like to regain the spot on bcs bankings. sanford defense able to shut them down m a three-point victory in eugene. but that is last year. >> all games against oregon have been hotly contested. games we've won we've been able to answer their scores. we know last year's victory didn't help this year. they're a new team, they're playing in a high level. we've played in a high level at times this year. but have to play high level for 64 minutes.
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it means at 8:59 tonight they're both free agents. if a's picked up options they would have had to pay each player $14.1 million. both can still sign for less, but probably will test the market. the giants declined to exercise their $6.5 million option for brian voguelsong. he has a $300,000 buyout. warriors hit theed road four games. they tip off tonight in philadelphia. against undefeated 76ers. left fans wondering why they'd let him go. 27 points in the first half including a career high
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warriors up, and steph curry, these guys got game. david lee for the jam. warriors led 66-42 at half. curry only playing three quarters finishing with a second career triple double. 12 assists, reverse lay up here or one point led by 39 demolishing 76ers. this abc7 sports report brought to you by orchard supply hardware. thursday night being a florida state fan, number two, i love to see stanford beat oregon. it will be great. >> that is my school. you know? so. >> i love stanford, too. i know you're pulling for them, too. >> dots are connecting. >> yes >> join me tonight on cable channel 136789 it's sleek, fast, capable of soaring over the commute. >> then, at 11:00 bike riding in
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san francisco. a number of recent accidents involving cyclists, dan noyes hits the streets. >> and in prime time tonight we have dancing with the star asks castle. also available online or on demand with watch abc app. >> but that does it for this edition of abc7 news our breaking news continues now on soon, californians from to salinas to san diego will have equal access to quality health insurance. those who need financial assistance will get it. and nobody will be denied because of a pre-existing condition.
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