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>> announcer: now from abc7, live breaking news. that breaking news is in santa clara. it's a sad story tonight. a child has been hit and killed by a train. good evening. i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm dion lim. that accident happened just after 4:00 this afternoon along the union pacific tracks in the area of lafayette street and lau laurel wood road. luz pena is there now. luz, what can you tell us? >> reporter: yeah. santa clara did confirm that the boy is younger than 15 years old. now, as to how this boy was able to make his way onto the tracks, that is still unclear. in this video, we can see santa clara police officers along the union pacific tracks. the train that hit and killed a boy was a passenger train operated by amtrak. santa clara police confirmed that amtrak police are conducting a joint
investigation. again, it's still unclear as to how the boy was able to access this area of the tracks. let's here from captain wahid kazem. >> this afternoon, received a 911 call of a young male juvenile walking near the train tracks in the area of lafayette street over the 101 overcrossing. as our officers were responding to that call, we received a subsequent phone call informing us that the train had struck the male juvenile. upon arrival, we did find the young male juvenile deceased. >> reporter: even though the age of the boy is still unknown, santa clara police did confirm that there was no indication of this being a death by suicide. they're ruling it as an accident. back here live, we did get confirmation from santa clara police that the boy's family was contacted after this incident. in santa clara, luz pena, abc7 news. >> luz, thank you very much for the report.
new tonight, pg&e is monitoring weather conditions to assess the possibility of turning off the power to parts of the bay area next week. the utility has listed wednesday and thursday as elevated when it comes to a power shutoff but emphasizes a lot depends on the weather. on its map, a large swath of the bay area could be affected. abc7 news meteorologist drew tuma will have a closer look at the forecast coming up in weather. tonight we are getting a new look at the damage left behind by a fire that forced seven people from their homes. a fast-moving fire moved through several apartment buildings in san francisco's castro district early this morning. >> it happened between 18th and market streets. the cause of that fire still unknown. reporter cornell barnard said residents had just minutes to get out. >> reporter: flames lit up the early morning sky. two apartment buildings were. >>upaieibor saying get up, get out, the house is on fire. >> reporter: troy boyd and his
neighbors grabbed what they could and got out. >> i got my i.d., my phone, my social security card, shoes, and it was 4:00 in the morning, so i could barely put a thought together. >> when i was in the kitchen and the smoke was coming out, just breathing it. i didn't think about putting a towel over my face or something. >> reporter: the fire broke out directly across the street in the historic castro theater. luckily no damage here. but these two buildings were not so lucky. the fire department said one tenant was trapped on the second floor. >> that individual ended up escaping out the back window. >> reporter: investigators say the fire likely started in the back of this bar and spread to the sushi restaurant next door. >> we went pretty much from just having fire in the back to having both attics fully involved and the fire wanting to push out into this building and this building. >> i opened our back door,me. >> reporter: michael mallory esca the clothes on his back and a pair of sandals. he was later allowed back into his placed this, extensive smok fire, and water damage. both buildings were yellow-tagged by the city. it's unknown when displaced
residents can return home. in san francisco, cornell barnard, abc7 news. a man is in jail tonight facing charges in a cold case murder of a north bay woman some 40 years ago. charles sullivan was arrested in arizona. he was extradited to nevada yesterday for the murder of julia woodward of san rafael. her body was found in march of 1979 near reno, and she was last seen at san francisco's airport heading for lake tahoe, where she hoped to find a job and go to school. in 2015, abc7 news spoke with julia's mother who was grieving and wanted answers. >> it's like if your child had cancer, you would know every single thing there was to know about the disease. in this case, you just want to know what happened. you want to be there with her in your mind and, you know, think about what really happened. >> a recent dna analysis led to sullivan's arrest. sullivan is being held without bail. his arraignment is set for tuesday. the owner of an ice cream
shop in san francisco's mission district is offering a $2,000 reward for information after his shop was vandalized for the second time. >> both incidents were captured on surveillance cameras. here's abc7 news reporter lauren martinez. >> reporter: this man is passionate about the ice cream he makes. him and his wife own a store off valencia street. but as you enter the shop, you can't help but see damage. >> we have this horrendous kind of graffiti and scratches on the windows and also this acid that they put on the windows. >> reporter: that apparent acid is now etched all over the storefront, and the suspects who did it were caught on camera. >> the guys that did it were well dressed. they were not just any kid. they were adults. they were young adults. >> reporter: these young adults tagged the storefront in august of 2018, and they didn't stop there. juan says the same kind of
tagging could be seen from 17th street all the way to cesar chavez. >> we're not the only ones but we are the ones that suffered the most damage. >> reporter: in september of this year, the shop was vandalized again. >> this last guy, he actually took pictures of himself to show his friends. >> reporter: juan says they will replace the window next week, which will cost anywhere from $2,000 to $5,000. >> we covered unsop some of the offensive material because we get a lot of moms with their kids. >> reporter: the suspect also glued the front door with some type of seal and glued the lock. he filed a police report for both incidences and now is offering $2,000 for anyone with information that can lead to an arrest. >> we upped to$200,rn b allr fr we'll do 1,000 ice cream cones, and we have a big party when we. stop running from the truth. that was colin kaepernick's
message to the nfl today as he worked out in front of representatives from several tems. >> all right. the question now, will a team sign him? kaepernick's workout didn't go exactly as planned, though. let's get to abc7 news sports anchor chris alvarez. >> it's been an interesting process over the last week or so. now years removed from playing his last game with the niners, colin kaepernick worked out in atlanta today but only after the site was changed because the nfl wouldn't allow cameras into the falcons practice facility, leading many to believe the whole thing was a sham. it was supposed to be the workout that could revive his pro football career. but at the last minute, colin kaepernick abruptly taking control backuesrom t confines of the atlanta falcons practice facility to a public high school field an hour away, forcing nfl teams and media to scramble. >> my biggest thing with everything today was making sure we had transparency of what went on. we weren't getting that elsewhere, so we came out here.
>> reporter: kaepernick's representatives and the nfl at odds over his liability waiver and transparency of the workout. representatives from more than two dozen teams were in attendance at the falcons training facility, but only eight made the trek to kaepernick's chosen location, the nfl no longer dictating the rules. kaepernick stuck to a throwing deals with current and former pro receivers who volunteered to help him out. >> i've been ready. i'm staying ready, and i'll continue to be ready. >> reporter: the nfl releasing a statement saying, we are disappointed that colin did not appear for his workout, adding colin's decision has no effect on his status in the league. he remains an unrestricted free agent eligible to sign with any police brutality and racial inequality. when he became a free agent the following season, no team would sign him. he filed a grievance against the nfl, alleging collusion to keep him out of the league. the two sides eventually
settling to undisclosed terms. nike made him the face of a new powerful ad campaign, but he hasn't seen the football field sin since. kaepernick's agents say that eight teams were happy to go to those facilities and answer those questions. the niners were one of those eight teams. >> all right, thanks. highway 121 open once again after an overturned tanker truck shut down lanes. the crash was around sears point at around 10:30 this morning. chp tells us the roads were blocked at highway 37 and 116. the truck spilled gasoline. mo t t c b to stop the leak shelter in place. nobody was hurt. new details. we are learning how much fuel was lost in the explosion and fire at the new star energy facility in crockett last month.
nearly 280,000 gallons of ethanol were lost in the explosion on october 15th along with 161,000 gallons of renewable diesel. and close to 2,000 gallons of jet fuel. this is all according to a new report released by newstar. investigators are still working to determine what sparked the fire in in two ethanol tanks. still ahead on abc7 news at 11:00, today 15,000 crafted butterflies were on display in the east bay. the important message they were designed to send to migrant children. and i'm meteorologist drew tuma. we are tracking a warmer finish to the weekend tomorrow before our winds begin to pick up midweek. we'll have the numbers in the accuweather forecast coming up. and abc7 news is committed to building a better bay area. up next, the reason we're dedicating an entire week to one east bay city
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today dozens of people gathered to show their support for detained migrant children. abc7 news was at lake merritt in oakland for the event called the butterfly effect. migration is beautiful. it's a youth-led project in the bay area to raise awareness about the border crisis. 15,000 butterflies were on display, created by community members to represent each child they say is still detained. families were excited to support theient, some as young as 8 and 9 years old. >> we're so inspired by the young people outhere. inuls justo powerful. >> next week, 30 of the organizers and their adult supporters will bring the butterflies to d.c. for universal children's day. in the south bay, demolition
is under way on a popular mall. abc7 news went by the vallco shopping mall in cupertino. you see a big section of the structure has been knocked down. we didn't see anyone working when we were there. this is a much different scene than thursday. a viewer captured crews in action and the dramatic moment a section came toppling down onto the street below. it kicked up some dust and insulation making for quite a spectacle. the company in charge told abc7 news there was no safety risk for the public. however, it is going to review the contractor's work. shifting to the weather now, feeling kind of seasonable for once. >> here's more from meteorologist drew tuma. >> not going to last long. we're tracking numbers bouncing weekend.to finishuthe some spots, 10 to 15 degrees above where they should be for this time. that mild weather continues for another day. clouds banked up along the coastline. visibility at half moon bay has dropped to nearly zero. that is some dense fog along the
coastline, but you hop over to sfo where it's 10 miles. that is unlimited visibility. so where the fog is right now, it is locally dense in spots. no fog from this vantage point. a live look from sutro tower. tonight the fog not nearly as widespread as it was this morning. this morning the fog really lingered for quite some time. the accuweather highlights, what we're tracking over the next couple of days, a lot of sunshine. mild conditions both sunday and monday. then we're going to reverse the pattern. more in the way of cloud cover, some cooler temperatures greet us tuesday and into wednesday. by wednesday, looking at the possibility of gusty offshore winds developing in spots. we'll pinpoint that in one second. right now 47 in santa rosa, 52 in the city. 56 in san jose. 51 in oakland and fairfield coming at 45 degrees. overnight tonight we'll track those clouds bumped up along the coastline. elsewhere it's a mainly clear sky. future weather, we'll watch any
cloud cover right here along the coastline first thing in the morning. but tomorrow it's a lot of sunshine from the get-go once to today where we had to deal with a pretty thick marine layer. tomorrow that sunshine really going to be efficient at warming us up pretty quickly. sunday will feel warmer than today. high of 70 in the city tomorrow. 73 in oakland. 80 in santa rosa. certainly warm in the north bay for this time of year. 75 in san jose. a look at the air quality tomorrow, pm 2.5 levels. that particulate matter, when those numbers get above 50 like we'll have across the entire region tomorrow, we're wilotice our atmosphere from tempt to time. high pressure now firmly in control again. that will bring the mild temperatures tomorrow and into monday. what we are waow welloffshore right now, this will move into california starting on tuesday, bringing that increased cloud
cover and then increase those winds on wednesday. future tracker wind gusts by 7:00 p.m. wednesday, you can see those winds kind of racing offshore, meaning coming from the land and moving over the open ocean. that's a dry wind again this time of the year. you did see it's pretty gusty in the north bay wednesday evening. we're tracking gusts over 30 miles per hour. so if the forecast holds for us over the next couple of days, that would certainly increase our fire danger. that's something we'll be watching very closely as we head towards wednesday. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a warmer afternoon tomorrow. mild and sunny monday. clouds move in on tuesday as some morning coastal drizzle keeps us in the 60s on wednesday. we'll watch those wednesday night into thursday before we bounce back near average for the next weekend, next saturday, guys. >> we just can't stay normal. >> we want that rain. it's not coming, so we'll have to watch those winds on wednesday. >> drew, many people think of the bay area as just san francisco, oakland, and san jose. but there's so much more, like all this. it's where we work, live, and
love. all of our cities, big and small, are facing the same problems, and everyone is looking for solutions. that's why abc7 is looking for answers and inspiration in communities throughout the region and revealing how they're tackling the same big problems. how is fremont working to build a better bay area? >> well, that's the question we're working to answer next week. we've embedded reporters in fremont for the last month to look at their solutions. >> david louie has a preview of our coverage. >> reporter: hi, and welcome to lake elizabeth in fremont's central park. as part of our efforts to build a better bay area, we're going to be focusing on fremont. the issues here are similar to many facing bay area cities. building a bay area fremont week begins sunday night here on abc7. here's a look at what we have in store. >> fremont, east bay or south bay? >> south. >> east. >> east bay!
>> no. it's south. to me it's always been south. >> but you say? >> i say east bay. >> why? >> reporter: fremont, yes, is in the east bay. it's in south alameda county nestled around silicon valley. it's big, both by geography and population. the city was officially formed in 1956, and is now extraordinarily diverse. it's also a hub for tech manufacturing. >> where better to look than in your own backyard for some of the solutions to your own sustainability questions or challenges? >> reporter: as the city works to build public/private partnerships, tesla remains the city's largest employer with its main factory in fremont. >> every day you would pass that factory, and every day, i would say that's my dream. that's my goal. that's my career. >> reporter: as some industries are booming, fremont is also dealing with growing pains. for years city leaders h working on a plan to build a downtown. crews broke ground just last month on a plaza that will be the centerpiece. >> it's important for, i think, a city to have a gathering place
and a he more interactions and dynamic services. >> reporter: city leaders also trying to figure out traffic in this downtown area. locals stay away from the congested roads made worse by through the area. >> i'm not getting a lot of people coming into the business, so it's all this traffic. no one actually stops in, so people think it's busy, but it's actually not. >> reporter: a homeless navigation center is also under construction. fremont has the third largest homeless population in alameda county behind oakland and berkeley. >> i think they're doing what they can with an awareness of, you know, a bigger picture. >> reporter: fremont is also home tosro all over the world. >> my parents are from afghanista b born in america, and i'm a triplet. >> reporter: the centerville neighborhood is home to the largest afghan community outside of afghanistan. building a better bay area fremont week starts right here on abc7 sunday night.
in fremont, david louie, abc7 news. >> as part of our coverage in fremont, we'll also be holding a live town hall this monday night, talking to fremont leaders about the issues the city is facing and its successes, including housing, job creation, diversity, and much more. it will all be streamed live at our website, abc7news.com as well as on
this may be the off-season for baseball, but leadership in the community never ends. >> abc7 news was at oracle park in san francisco today as the giants held their annual junior gianluheon s g all tens e a totsayer. of thousands of children to play baseball and softball for free. organizers say the program helps teach life skills. >> oh, cool. great to see that turnout. >> talk about a great program
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sean collins runs it in from five yards out. 7-0 bears early. early second quarter, garbers is tackled hard on the left shoulder. that caused him to be out a month, and that will cause him to be out the rest of this game. tough for chase as he leaves the ball game. tied at 10 in the final minute of the first alf now. usc steps up and finds michael pittman jr. 33 yard connection after it's all said and done. 17-10 usc at the half. early third, slovis going deep to saint brown. go up and get it. 50 yards down to the 4. they punch it in to take a 24-10 lead. without garbers, cal offense looking lost again. picked off twice. usc wins big 41-17. they need to beat either stanford in big game or ucla to become bowl eligible. stanford trying to snap a three-game slide.
k.j. costello out again. cougs dominating early. look at the time for anthony gordon. zips it to winston jr. 19-0 wazoo early in the second. late second quarter, third and 9. davis mills to connor weddington. 45 years. but you need to take another look because watch this catch. one-handed. that could have been pass interference too. cardinal score on the drive. third quarter now, it's their favorite play, the fade, and it works again. no one can stop it. after a two-point conversion, it's a three-point game. but on the ensuing kickoff, does anyone want to tackle travelltrl harris. he went 83 yards to the 10. he was stopped short. washington state wins 49-22. cadinal need to beat cal next week in the big game and noter game to become bowl eligible.
hockey, this youngster hoping to watch the sharks get their sixth straight win. tied at two. pass to carlson. that was pretty. blasted home. 3-2 sharks but overtime. we'd go to a shoot-out. last chance for detroit, dylan larkin has the puck on his stick and jones says no. sharks win 4-3 in a shoot-out. that's six straight wins. san jose improves to 10-10-1 this year. coming up in the second half of sports, raiders and niners both playing at home. we'll talk about those games coming up. >> looking forward to talking about it. thanks, chris. much more to come on abc7 news at 11:00. seven people were rescued after their boat capsized off san mateo county. the skipper explains what went wrong. plus a new app that's the brainchild of two stanford students. it's pairing students with
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. >> announcer: live where you live, this is abc7 news. ooevening. i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm dion lim. three children and their parents are dead tonight, killed in a murder-suicide in a san diego home. >> police were called to the paradise hills home after reports of a shooting just after 7:00 this morning. inside they found that six people had been shot. five of them are now dead with the exception of a young boy recovering from surgery. the victims include a 3-year-old, 5-year-old, and 9-year-old boy and the 29-year-old mother and 31-year-old father. police say the father came over to the home this morning using a
handgun to shoot his family before turning that gone on himself. >> just pray for, you know, that family and, you know, and just hope everything comes out and, you know, it's just a tragedy. >> police say the mother filed a restraining order against the father yesterday but it was not clear if that order had been served. >> if you or someone you love is dealing with domestic violence or mental health issues. impeachment hearings for president trump continued behind closed doors today. today a white house staffer testified. he's also the first budget official to appear on capitol hill. abc7 news reporter david wright has thela >> reporter: he's the first white house staffer to testify in the impeachment inquiry. mark sandy of the office of management and budget. democrats hope sandy will shed light on the administration's decision to briefly withhold $400 million in military aid to ukraine allegedly as leverage to
get ukraine to investigate the president's political rivals. friday night, david holmes, an embassy staffer in ukraine, testified for six hours behind closed doors. in his opening statement obtained by abc news, holmes said he overheard a phone call between the president and ambassador gordon sondland and that sondland later told holmes trump didn't care about ukraine. quote, the president only cares about, quote, big stuff, big stuff that benefits the president like the biden investigation. earlier in the day, the former u.s. ambassador to ukraine testified that she was the victim of a smear campaign spearheaded by the president's lawyers, rudy giuliani. >> i do not understand mr. giuliani's motives for attacking me. >> while she was on the stand, president trump lashed out, tweeting, everywhere marie yovanovich went turned bad. she started off in somalia. how did that go in. >> i actually think that where i've served over the years, i
and others have demonstrably made things better. >> reporter: republicans distanced themselves from the president's tweets but repeatedly suggested her ouster is not an impeachable offense. >> nothing in that room today and nothing in that room earlier this week, nothing rises to the level of impeachable offenses. >> reporter: three more days of public hearings are scheduled for next week. david wright, abc news, washington. in san francisco, there was a small protest today against president trump. abc7 news was at the intersection of castro and market streets where the group gathered for what they say is the fifth week in a row. organizers say the president is a danger to the people of the united states, particularly his policies. the protesters also showed up in mountain view for vice president pence's visit earlier this week. kanye west spent some time in a texas jail this week to perform for inmates. he can be seen shaking hands and
hugging people inside the houston county jail. west isch to meet with pastor joel osteen and his congregation tomorrow. he'll be part of the morning service and perform later tomorrow night. you're invited to celebrate the life of kaiser ceo bernard tyson tomorrow. he passed away unexpectedly last sunday. tyson spent more than 30 years at kaiser and helped build the company into the nation's largest nonprofit health care provider. he leaves behind a wife and three sons. tyson was 60 years old. his public celebration of life will be held at oakland's franklin oh gall la plaza tomorrow. seven people were thrown overboard when their boat capsized in san mateo county. neg and rough surf plaedtrip. s came crashing down, giving the crew barely any time to react. >> big wave coming up, and we say, run, run.
all the way from maybe 50 feet away. >> so you're very lucky. >> we very lucky. >> how did you feel today that you survived? >> very, very lucky. >> the boat, as you see, was still in the surf. it appeared to be salvageable. abc7 news is committed to building a better bay area, and one of the things we're focusing on is transportation and getting around. we were at the richmond-san rafael bridge this morning for the opening of the new bicycle and pedestrian path. this is the first time people will be able to travel between by bike or foot. it's an option that's being embraced. >> i really encourage people to rit,ecse tre's onlyay min taki. there's not even public transportation. so now there are bikes and i think really encourage families and friends to go on rides together. >> the path is six miles long and is on the upper deck of the bridge. still ahead on abc7 news at
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a new app developed by stanford grads is connecting senior citizens with student companions, including one retired art teacher living in sunnyvale. ruththy newman is 86 years old and lives at an assisted living center. she heard a talk by one of the co-founders of monday amy and wanted to try it. h ruthie met laura. similar te they visit the museum, have lunch, and paint together. >> for someone who's been teaching for decades, now it's flipped. she's a student. the elderly person being taught by the young person. it's really nice. >> it is so sweet, so useful.
the creators of the app say they were inspired to make it after complaints that students wanted flexible jobs that had a positive impact on their community. well, want to cut down your own christmas tree this year because you can for $10. the mendocino national forest just started selling permits. they are good through december 23rd and can only be used by one person per household. trees can only be chopped down in designated areas. also fourth graders can bring home a tree for free. time for one last check of the weather. >> here is a look with drew tuma. >> hi, guys. tracking some cloud cover bumped up along the coast. half moon bay has reduced visibility. we'll mainly find clear skies away from the coast. numbers dropping into the low 40s in our coolest spots. tomorrow it's a warmer afternoon compared to today. 75 in san jose. 73 in oakland. 70 in san francisco. 80 in santa rosa. 73 in vallejo.
midweek we'll find cloudier, cooler and windier weather. by 7:00 p.m. wednesday, the winds will begin to pick up. offshore breeze gusting over 30 miles per hour at times. this low pressure responsible for this wind. we'll also try to bring a little rain to southern california. the next seven days you can see northern california remains pretty dry, but southern california will likely see some showers that could get close to an inch in san diego. accuweather seven-day forecast, tomorrow is a warm afternoon. still mild on monday. coastal drizzle, cooler midweek tuesday and wednesday. winds picking up. otherwise, back to near average by saturday next week. chris alvarez is here with sports. >> coming up in sports, niners in unfamiliar territory, playing a game after a loss. the very
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sponsored by river rock casino. sunday marks the first time all season the 49ers will be playing a game after a loss, after a grueling overtime loss to the seahawks on monday night. niners have a quick turnaround against the cardinals without george kittel and left tackle. that's according to espn. kittel has been listed as doubtful and will not play tomorrow against arizona. sanders, the wide receiver, is questionable after injuring his ribs monday night. a lot of pressure on the receiving corps to step up. >> whenever there's jobs, it takes a guy throwing the ball and catching the ball. obviously i can throw it better to make it easier on those guys. those guys work their [ bleep ] off. they come in every day with a good mind-set. it's just when your number gets called, you got to take advantage of the opportunities. >> the raiders trying to take advantage of a favorable part of their sch league's only winless team, the 0-9 bengals tomorrow.
>> this is pro sports. this is the national football league. i don't really care about anybody's record. we got a lot to prove. we got to keep getting better and keep working hard and hopefully we can find a way to win another game. >> i lost my first ten games of my career, and i'm thankful i'm still in this league. you know what i mean? you know, but you just keep working hard and don't worry about what anybody says. the injuries continue for the warriors. warriors guard d'angelo russell will be out at least two weeks with a sprained right thumb. he was hurt in last night's loss to the celtics. we believe it happened in t heal arom walker. an mri confirmed the sprain today. he's going to be re-evaluated in two weeks and will not travel with the warriors on their upcoming four-game road trip. >> i was concerned that it was going to be worse, we can handl.
if this had been something more severe, we would have been in some real trouble. so we'll deal with it, and i'm glad it's not worse, and we look forward to getting him back. >> now just nine healthy guys. this week the giants hired their new manager gabe kapler, but will he and the giants be able to convince madison bumgarner to stay in san francisco. madbum became a free agent. at best, most giants have been lukewarm to kapler's hiring. if bumgarnerstays, that could help to change that. he's been a backbone of the giants franchise over the past decade. three world series titles including that epic 2014 when madbum was the world series mvp against the royals. the giants had the chance to trade him at the trade deadline but kept him and hope to make a playoff charge. kapler tells me he would like to
have madbum back in 2020 and beyond. >> of course. i mean who want to have madison bumgarner as a starting pitcher in your rotation? he's one of the greatest pitchers in san francisco giants history, and he's won huge games and is adored by fans and is one of the more tremendous competitors in baseball. i don't think there's a manager out there that wouldn't want to have him madison bumgarner in his rotation. check out the with authority podcast. suffered a serious injury today. 'bama was up 35-7 at the time. th waedo g tutre after they rhe drill and then the injury occurred. tua will have surgery and isor . did you see this? one of the best catches of the
day. olave. despite the pass interference, watch this catch. he catches it like between his ankle and his -- yeah, whoo has dion says. now it's way more impressive after seeing it so many times. that's happening at normal speed, not super slow mow, so an impressive catch by the ohio statewide receiver. ohio state won today. this sports report sponsored by river rock casino. >> i just noticed it says thigh master. >> very clever. >> all right. we have tons of time. you explain the pieing that rent theorem. >> i can talk about the niners and the raiders. san francisco coming off a loss. the raiders really need to win
tomorrow against the winless bengals team. >> that's when you let down, when you play a winless team. >> they better not. i don't think chucky is going to let them let down. >> that's it for tonight. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm dion lim. for all of us here at abc7 news, for drew and chris and all of us, thank you so much for joining us. don't forget bright and early tomorrow morning, abc7 mornings.
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