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oakland's police chief is shouted down amidst a new effort to hire an outside gun to crack down on crime. good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. a new plan is causing outbreak.
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amber lee is live at city hall where a vote is expected to go on any moment now. >> reporter: at the beginning the tone was ruckus but has since toned down. at the center is a controversy known as stop and frisk. police chief howard jordan was heckled by protesters when he tried to talk about hiring an outside team. protesters disrupted the meeting any time someone spoke in support of hiring william bratton who's credited with turning around the l.a. and san francisco police department. >> one man shouted back at the hecklers. >> reporter: this oakland moment said she lived in l.a.
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when bratton was chief there. >> he told his officers that los angeles was beirut and they should patrol as such. what do you think did to the officers that were working that the time. >> reporter: one man said it was stock and frisk that took the life of his son. >> we can't get alan back. we can't accept anyone to go through what we went there. >> reporter: chief jordan says stop and frisk has been uncharacterrized. >> i'm the one that's going to decide what practice we're going to do and how we're going to do it because i'm going to be responsible. bill brantton will give me advice and it's up to me to approve it. >> it'll be up to the council and it'll be up for a vote in a
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week. amber lee, ktvu. we caught up with jerry brown and asked him what could be done about crime. >> it's a matter of responding with intelligence, with cooperation, with the sheriff and the police and the parks people everyone working together. we can drive that crime in oakland down i'm confident of that. >> brown is a resident of oakland and in his role as governor he says he will look at any reasonable request for resources. and ahead at 10:30 the man who will serve as san jose's interim police chief. we asked him why he doesn't want the job full time. police in the sa sacramento county the town of galt was killed. kevin tonn was a canine
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officer. he it was 11:30 this morning when police responded to a call. police say it all happened very quickly. there was a struggle, the gunman shot tunn -- tonn then took his own life. >> he knew everybody in town and he especially knew the people who he dealt with most often. the criminal side of the town. >> reporter: the suspect has not yet been identified. officer tonn is said to be the first officer to be killed on duty in galt since that police officer was formed back in 1946. we've also learned that officer tonn was actively involved with the bay area organization cover your canine which provides bullet-proof vests for police
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dogs. president oe -- president obama is set to make his plan about the gun restrictions tomorrow. >> reporter: no longer do people have to come to a gun range to test their skills they can do it right on their phone. this comes as president obama is set to call for tighter gun restrictions. the nra has taken aim at violent games. but now they have released this shooting range app. >> i don't think it's
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consistent with a good shot. >> reporter: it has an original age restriction of four. it's now been raised to 12. tomorrow mr. obama will call on congress to ban assault weapons and limit high capacity clips like those used in the deadly sandy hook school shooting and require background checks on all gun buyers. >> will all of them get through this congress, i don't know. >> the head of the nra predicts failure. >> but i would say that the likelihood is they're not going to be able to get an assault weapons ban through this congress. >> reporter: new york lawmakers were able to pass the toughest assault weapons restriction in the nation. it was signed by governor cuomo today. president obama will be joined by school children who wrote to
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him following the school shooting at sandy hook elementary. reporting live tonight, heather holmes, ktvu news. new at 10:00, a peaceful resolution that lasted for about five hours this evening. a s.w.a.t. team responded to an apartment in the 400 block of 20th avenue between geary and anza. neighbors had reported shots fire inside the apartment. after seeing a bullet hole in the door police called for hostage negotiators. the man inside the apartment was alone and eventually they talked him into surrendering. that was at about 8:15 this evening. the man was taken for a mental health evaluation. a man was suspected of robbing a woman then killing her little dog. laurice barrett is wanted for robbery and animal cruelty. they say this surveillance video shows barrett running away just moments after he
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robbed a woman and threw her dog into the street. the dog ended up dying of his injuries. the airport in paris is named after dugal. there is a plan to rename san francisco international airport after harvey milk. >> reporter: millions of passengers pass through sfo and the idea of renaming the airport after a politician is getting mixed reactions. today at city hall near the statute of former supervisor and gay activist harvey milk, the board heard a proposal to name the airport after the politician. >> the 80 airports that have been named after an individual neither single one of them has been named after an openly gay person. there's no airport in the world to our knowledge that has named after an openly lgbt individual. >> reporter: in 1977, harvey milk became the first openly
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gay person elected to public office in the u.s. he was assassinated in november 1978. >> he's i think the most important figure in the history of the lgbt community and this would be a terrific honor. >> reporter: in san francisco milk's name is already on a public library and an elementary school honoring the gay rights engineer. >> i think it would be a good way to honor him. >> no, no, sfo it's like l.a.x. sfo it's easier to compute everything. >> reporter: a name change would cost money to redo signs around the airport and along the area highways. in 2001, it cost san jose $850,000 to add norman mannetta's name to the airport there. at least six supervisors must approve the proposal to put it on the november ballot and then it would be up to san francisco voters to decide. at sfo, jana katsuyama, ktvu. police are looking for a man who tried to kidnap a 2-
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year-old girl. it happened at 5:30 this evening on dayo court. she said when she picked up her daughter he grabbed the girl by her legs and tried to pull her away. he was unsuccessful and ran off. the man is described as latino between 20 and 30 years old, wearing a red baseball cap, blue jeans and a yellow striped shirt. the woman also said the man smelled like automotive oil. police sent us this sketch of a man who tried to kidnap a 3-year-old boy. the man is described as asian, 50 to 60 years old with a pot belly and receding hairline. he took the boy's hand and actually tried to walk out of the mall with him on january 6th. the mother screamed though and that's when the man took off. a spare the air alert goes into effect for the bay area tonight at midnight. that means burning wood,
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manufacturing fire logs or any other solid fuel both indoors and outdoors is prohibited. the ban lasts 24 hours. the bay area quality district typically sets an alert when there's stagnant pollution. the neve family has been in the flower business in petaluma for four generations and they say they've had to crank up the heat in their greenhouses to keep their plants alive. >> if you can't keep them at a certain temperature, they will go into a dormancy period. you have to keep at a bare minimum just to keep the flowers wanting to grow. temperatures into the low 30s again tonight. the conditions you can expect in the morning and the time line for a bay area warm up.
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>> facebook's big announcement. >> how they presented it was horrid. >> reporter:
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an unusual offer today from wal-mart. the company says it will soon start hiring any newly discharged veteran who wants a job.
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ktvu's patti lee tells us that could lead to tens of thousands of jobs in the next few years but it's also raising some questions. patti. >> reporter: questions and concerns one of them being that the officer is too good to be true. 11% of veterans who served in iraq and afghanistan have been unable to find jobs and it's not because of a lack of trying. >> if they want a job they will have a job. i thought that was great. a great way to support our troops. >> reporter: iraq war veteran maurice milner says it's too soon to tell if the jobs will offer a long term career. >> i couldn't see myself working as a clerk at wal-mart but maybe there's other positions that i might find suitable. >> reporter: the program kicks off on memorial day. wal-mart's president says hiring 100,000 vets over the
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next five years will help jump start the economy. >> about everybody here started in an entry level job, i did. >> reporter: but elmer who works with returning veterans says wal-mart might include extending the officer including all veterans not just the ones coming home now. >> it's a great way to honor their service. i don't think veterans should have to fight for a job. >> reporter: wal-mart is often criticized for its low paying jobs and treatment of workers. today's announcement will likely help the company's imagine. new at 10:00 tonight an armed robbery inside an east bay home improvement store it happened shortly after 7:00 tonight at the home depot in san leandro on davis street. two men one armed with a
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handgun held up a cashier. there's no word on how much cash was taken. one person fainted and was taken to the hospital. no one saw the man leave so there's no description of the man. sheriff's deputies found a car parked across from the sonoma state campus in santa rosa last night. deputies say they recognized the volvo from a domestic violence case. they said they saw blood in the car then opened the trunk and found the body. the victim was identified today as the domestic violence suspect 31-year-old sean parker of vallejo. >> this incident that we're invest -- investigating has anything to do with the domestic violence incident. new information tonight on efforts in san francisco to remind drivers they need to feed the meters on sunday.
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the mta told ktvu today that they issued 3,800 warnings to drivers who failed to put money in their meters this past sunday. the mta says the warnings will stop on january 27th after that, they'll start writing real parking tickets that will cost you at least $62. california earned a positive rating in an annual survey that was released today. it's a survey that grades highways. the state is significantly advanced when it comes to adopts new highway laws. facebook announced a new feature that will help users make more friends and new discoveries on the networking site. it could be quite some time before most people get to try
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it out. robert handa reports. >> reporter: news agencies came from around the world for facebook's new release. mark zuckerberg unveiled the grass search. >> that was really one-half of the equation. now people are going to have the ability to discover. >> reporter: enderly says helping people with shared interests connect could help people. but criticized facebook limited to bata use and still years away from most users. >> how they presented it was horrid. at the end of the day it was presented as another search
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feature. kind of a linked in light. >> reporter: people we talked to ranged from optimistic to disappointed. zuckerberg emphasizes monitoring the limited users will be key in improving and expanding grab search. in menlo park, robert handa, ktvu news. my space unveiled its newly redesigned website entizing the public with the new album by justin timberlake. timberlake is a site owner.
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highs tomorrow are going to be a little bit warmer. you might see a couple of 60s. there are no freeze warnings or advisories but there will be frost and there will be freezings. 35 right now in napa, 35 in santa rosa. so it's another cold night just not quite as cold as those last few nights that we had. the nights are going to get a little warmer as we go through time but it's a cold one. 30 forecast low. fairfield could make it to 27. these temperatures very cold they will get you frost in the morning. they will get you icy conditions and they will cause you problems as you send those kids off to school in the morning. a warm up in store when i come back at 10:45, westerly -- we'll have that forecast. there's word that the pilot on the reymar tried to make a
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turn before sideswiping the bay bridge. the head of the san francisco bar pilots association said he decided to go between the delta and echo towers. the course change was not completed on time and the reymar hit the fender of the echo tower. cash to get guns off the street. >> i have no need for it. and i thought this was a good thing to do. >> the huge turn out today and what
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a water main break in berkeley has left customers without water. east bay mud said it received
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the call of the break on cedar. east bay mud says it hopes to have the water restored between 2:00 and 4:00 a.m. a gun buy back program in the north bay proved so popular that some people went home empty-handed. but as allie rasmusen reports that many gun owners saw it as an opportunity to do more than receive money. >> reporter: the gun buy back started this morning. the line the to turn in weapons went around the building. >> i had two semi automatics 22s, i haven't used them in years. >> reporter: owners got $200 for each firearm. one hundred dollars for other guns. but by noon, the money was gone. the marin county district tores say those vouchers are not began -- county district attorney say those vouchers are
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not guaranteed. >> hopefully they'll appropriate some more funds, if not so be it. >> reporter: while some people were frustrated. >> a typical government organization. >> the national symbol for nonviolence. that was something he believed very passionately and advocated. >> reporter: the da will tell us tomorrow how many guns it has collected today and there's another buy back scheduled for next monday. that buy back is going to go on as planned but people will get vouchers not cash for their weapons. in luxeburg, ktvu. and more details now on the gun guy back. the final numbers are in and law enforcement was able to collect a total of 827 firearms. here is a break down from the
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five locations across marin. nevatto was most successful with 277 guns now off the street. the san jose sharks organization is mourning the deaths of the team's original owner. the front page of the shark's website pays tribute to george gund iii. he passed away this morning in palm springs after battling cancer. he was 75 years old. he was a long time hockey fan. gund and his brother took a chance on the sharks. they will honor his memory this season with a helmet decal and jersey patch bearing his initials. meanwhile individual game tickets for the shortened nhl season for the sharks go on sale tomorrow morning at 10:00. the team has announced several promotions to show appreciate for their fans who waited through that long nhl lock out. that includes opening night give aways of game worn jerseys
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and also lunch with the team. college credit for less cash. the new effort to offer higher education to more people. >> it's like a at farmers, we make you smarter about insurance.
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or that dog bites account for a third of all home liability claims? what if you didn't know that one in seven drivers is uninsured? and that grease fires have to be smothered? the more you know, the better you can plan for whats ahead. get smarter about your insurance. ♪ we are farmers bum - pa - dum, bum - bum - bum - bum ♪ the veteran police officer chosen to be interim chief says he doesn't want the job long term. matt keller is live where we're getting the new insight of what's next. >> reporter: the new interim chief spoke to us and said he's not a long term solution. >> reporter: the title fits the
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resume. larry esquivel has served 20 years most recently deputy chief before he was named interim chief. >> it was a bit of a surprise. >> reporter: esquivel says he hopes to continue some of the same policies and efforts made by moore and increase moral. but he also made it clear today that he is not applying. >> i did not for personal reasons i did not. but i'll be more than happy to take the interim position now. >> reporter: fagone hoped to have named a chief now. but tom lawrence the assistant chief in dallas and the aurora police chief said she is extended the search for a few months. >> has the mayor has to lower
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her expectations. >> no it's like a casting call. you know there's great candidates for the role, but nobody can be gregory penn. >> a spokesperson told me people already interviewed are also still in the running. reporting live in san jose, matt keller, ktvu channel 2 news. san francisco police are warning tonight of a new trend in robberies at pharmacies in which thieves take drugs rather than cash. thieves hit two drugstores yesterday starting with the clement pharmacy. >> we had one last month and one in south city. we're working very hard to see if there's any connection because we don't want such a problem ongoing. >> reporter: both pharmacies say they have surveillance video of the robberies no one was hurt in either incident. ed lee today announced a
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long awaited police substation will open next month in the city's central market area. the station is located on sixth street between jesse and mission streets. construction is expected to be complete in a couple of weeks. the mayor said the substation will play a key role in the revitalization. the flu appears to be taking hold here in the bay area. we checked with california pacific medical center in san francisco and its reporting four times more patients this flu season than it has seen in the past two years. cpmc says most of the cases are in adults. other parts of the country have seen an increase among children. cpmc adds that its supply of the flu vaccine is good. new information about the flooding at oakland unified school district's main building. last night's flooding closed the building. departments that usually work out of that building have been moved now and those who have to
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do business should call the main office to find out the new location for each department. sacramento unified is going online to help students graduate online. it's the price that makes it different from other programs. >> reporter: a new some say ground breaking program has arrived. >> it's exciting for cal state but also exciting for california. >> reporter: the university has teamed up with a silican valley start up named udacity to begin a pilot program for offering classes at $150 a class, a fraction of what other online classes cost. the governor hopes online education will allow more students to graduate on time. >> the longer you stay the more you spend. so this is a big huge problem with student debt approaching a trillion dollars. so online is a part of that solution. >> reporter: as a start three courses are being offered
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beginning later this month. entry level math, algebra and statistics. >> sometimes i don't have time to come to the class so we can go online and put in the classes. >> it's kind of losing the personal touch of the teacher and student connection. >> reporter: the university of california offers more than 100 online classes for credit including this science course the university has also launched online classes for nonuc students but at a cost of $1,400 a class. only five students have signed up. >> we're still trying. we're learning from the experience. no one has figure out a business model. >> reporter: governor brown is scheduled to attend tomorrow's meeting of the uc board of regents to hear a detailed presentation of ucs online education program. at san jose state university, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. the adventures of former software mogul john mcaffe may be coming to a theater near
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you. warner brothers has picked up the rights to john mcafee's last stand. he had fled from belize to guatemala to avoid questioning in a murder case. and mcafee has recently moved to oregon. kaepernick is sure making a name for hymn. he now is on the cover of sports illustrated check that out. at least he's on the west coast version. kaepernick ran for 289 yards and two touchdowns. joe flacco is on the cover of the east coast version of sports illustrated. and we have you covered for the sunday game. at 9:30 a.m. we have the championship play book, followed by nfc championship chase, at 11:00
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a.m. fox nfl sunday and 12:00 it's the game and after the game it's the point after. houseboats making way for apartments. >> it is warming up a little bit. some very large wind h
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new details now on lance armstrong's interview with oprah winfrey and his admission that he took performance enhancing drugs. armstrong could face legal trouble as a result of the 2- 1/2 hour sit down with oprah. the justice department is deciding whether to join a lawsuit claiming armstrong and
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his teammates defrauded the government by taking a sponsorship from the u.s. postal service. armstrong offered a $5 million but it was rejected. >> i would say for myself and everybody in the room we were mesmerized and rivetted by some of his answers. >> reporter: the interview is set to air in two parts on thursday and friday nights on the oprah winfrey network. in news of the world tonight in syria, two bombs exploded at a university campus in alepo and more than 80 people were killed. the explosions happened as students were taking their exams. rebels blamed syrian government airplanes while victims eluded
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to militants. in the african nation, a british plane delivered tanks. the obama administration has said it will offer support but not american troops. and in sweden a young woman drove an empty commuter train to the end of the line where it derailed and slammed right into an apartment building. the woman was seriously injured but fortunately the families inside the building were not hurt. the woman had a job cleaning the train. a spokesperson for the train company says it's not that hard to drive a train. sobering news for those looking to buy a train in san francisco. according to trulia a real estate website the median sales price in san francisco is now $777,000. that's an increase of about 21% compared to this time last year. trulia says its average listing price for a home in san
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francisco last week was just under $1.5 million. we are also learning foreclosure sales in california are down 48% from last year. a report from website foreclosure radar looked at december foreclosure sales. government pressure on banks to work with homeowners and keep them in their homes is partially responsible for the decline. a dutch manufacturing is recalling more than 50,000 of its high end strollers in the unite because of a choking hazard for children. bugaboo has issued a recall of its donkey and cameleon models. the company says it's received 18 reports of this happening but so far no reports of
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and everybody was fine. john fowler tell us why the residents are being told to leave tonight. >> we'll be back. >> reporter: by midday most boaters had left pete's harbor. >> bye bye, good luck to you. >> reporter: 144 boat people had called this redwood marina home. duane foote has lived on his boat for 20 years. >> it's such a nice community. people have so nice here, very friendly. >> reporter: by tim ron and carisa santani told us they felt kicked out, disregarded. >> it was implemented at a pace that was meant for our voices not to be heard. >> reporter: the developer wants to build 411 apartments with boat slips but only for the new tenants. >> homes for people, tax revenue to our schools and it'll be a really true asset to this community. >> reporter: think of something
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like this. developers claim they may let a few owners remain briefly but some boaters are daring to be evicted. paul suple has been here for 20 years. >> i'm staying because this is the state of california, the people's property right here. >> reporter: the state's land commission may some day reopen the outer marina but as of midnight tonight, sailors are more or less homeless. >> boating is an adventure and it's on to the next adventure for us. >> reporter: at midnight they plan some sort of civil disobedience. >> reporter: shares in apple fell today and kept falling. shared dropped below the 500 level closing at $485 at the close. that's a loss of more than 3% today and nearly 9% for the year. reports that apple has reduced orders for the iphone 5 parts have apparently scared off investors. the markets were mixed today on wall street. the dow gained 27 points the
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nasdaq lost six. it was dragged down by those apple shares, while the dow was rallied. it is back. season 12 of american idol. it returns right here tomorrow night. idol has three new judges, mariah carey, nikki minage. a fight has been made out between mariah and nikki. >> i want to make sure that we are not passing people by because they are different. because sometimes those different people are the people that change a generation. >> season 12 premiers tomorrow night right here on channel 2. the auditions continue on thursday at 8:00. the swells are growing and this sunday conditions might be
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right to hold the mavericks. contest officials don't issue the invitations until 48 hours before the event. spectators won't be allowed on the shore this year because of safety issues and organizers are actually saying that the best way to watch is online. we're starting to warm up around here a little bit. slowly, it's going to be cold again tomorrow morning just like this morning but not quite as cold. the jet stream is going right over the top of us and it stays that way through the weekend. we're dry as you can see in the five day forecast coming up. we've been cold tonight. i already have freezing temperatures in the north bay. in fairfield it's 75 degrees. tomorrow morning it's going to be not that much warmer than this morning so it's going to be cold when you get going. there will be frost, there will be frozen ground and there will be some very cool cars or kids as you send them off to school in the morning. tomorrow morning is a cold one.
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it warms up in the afternoon and it gets a little warmer each day. spare the air day tomorrow or night. they don't want you burning your wood stoves unless you don't have any other source of heat and you will definitely need that. be aware tomorrow, wednesday, a spare the air night or spare the air day in the 24 hour period they don't want you burning wood. tomorrow we go into a cool start. a little warmer in the afternoon. in the extended forecast the headline here is warmer still. as we head into the bay area weekend we're back into the mid- 60s, maybe upper 50s in some places. we're dry, it's a good thing we've had a lot of rain because this period it's been extended. even though it's been cold it's been dry. this is the time of year we are going to see rain come in and we're not going to see it in the five day forecast. we're talking about the maverick swell. the swell will still be out beyond the date line. it's going to be very large. what they like about this for mavericks is the conditions are right. this pattern i just showed you with the high pressure, the
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winds are going to be right. the swell will be over 20, 25 feet it's going to be huge. but there's other contests, there's a contest in hawaii. we don't know which contest they're going to hold. there's a will the of other consideration. the forecast for tomorrow, a little warmer. 60 in santa rosa, 56 in brentwood, 55 in antioch and then you head down south to morgan hill it's 59. 60 in gilroy and almost 60 in san jose. these are big departure. as far as where we've been. the five day forecast is a neat looking one. you look toward the weekend. i bet you if you look around you're going to see a 58 or 60- degree reading some where on saturday and sunday. >> that's going to feel like 90 compared to what we've been having. >> it's been a while.
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new details now on tonight's contentious meeting of oakland's city meeting. panel members approved a new crime fighting proposal and moved it on to the full council next week the vote was unanimous. the resolution approves $250,000 for outside consultants and their crime fighting strategies. the committee did reserve the right to make changes to the composition of the consulting team. it includes former boston, new york and los angeles police chief bill bratton. his policing style is influenced by the motion that if minor petty crime then serious crime is likely to increase. joe is in for mark tonight. and he has an interesting twist to this weekend's 49ers, falcons game.
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>> there's always something different. if you stay around the nfl long enough you realize what a small fraternity it likely is. the man who coached the falcons on how to stop the many facets of collin kaepernick used to be san francisco's head coach. mike nolan is working on how to try to contain the guy who threw and passed his way through the green bay packers. atlanta is nolan's third stop since he was fired by the 49ers in 2008. he thinks he has faced a team just like kaepernick's. >> has he great open open field speed. he's illusive like the other guys but he's a bigger target. i see the same thing you see as far as having the ability to not only run but to throw and command the offense as well as he has. i think he uses the weapons really well. and he's a chore.
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he's a game wrecker as we would call him. >> another of the nfl seven coaching vacancies has been filled with the denver broncos bounced from the play offs. their offensive coordinator coy is free to take the job of the chargers. he is known with a friendly coach having worked with tebow and manning in denver. they're slugging through the early rounds of the tennis tournament of the year. the australian open. roger federer is the tournament's number two seed. this is federer in the far court in the opening match against perrer of france. we go to near court, other first round winners included the winners of the first round seed. incredible run continues for san francisco giant pitcher ryan vogolsan. he will take part in the world baseball classic. they hold their championship
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round at at&t park. that means vogelsong can pitch on the mound where he won a trip to the all star game and won a series tight. george gund lost his battle with cancer passing at the age of 75. >> as i recall his brother is blind and used to go to the games and listen with head phones on. >> the two brothers had them together. they split from the minnesota north stars actually and had connections with the seals at one time. the cleveland bearings, long time hockey people. >> and it's funny hearing them say kaepernick is a game wrecker. >> nothing more deflating for the defense. >> and you will be back here for the game. >> lots of special shows as i heard you talk about. so stick around sunday. >> can't wait. >> yeah.
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