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the bay. blue today, but maybe gray by tomorrow, right. >> we're going to see big changes coming up. right now speaking of ue, let's take a look at the maps where you can see a lot of blue across the maps right now. >> it's cold. >> we do expect that this time of year with some 30s and 40s to get your morning started. but you can probably lose the jacket at 10:00 this morning. we're going to see a dry day today, a chilly start to your morning, but by lunchtime, we should be mostly in the 60s, on our way this afternoon to the mid 70s. low to mid 70s around santa cruz down around monterrey and pebble beach. tomorrow we see some changes in wind and rain. and elderly man is dead and a man hunt is underway for the person who killed him. police were called to check on the man last night in the lower
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nob hill neighborhood. they found a 65-year-old man dead with signs of trauma on his body so. far police have not released any information about who could be blamed for his death. also honor the lives of the people who died of the protests in cairo. human rights watch reports that at least 300 people were killed when the protests turned violent. the san francisco rally has planned for 1:00. the crowd has already gathered at cairo's tahrir square this morning. they're cleaning out burned debris from the protests. as you can see, many protesters are vowing to stay put in the square until the military promises to push for greater democracy. that could mean dissolving the parliament or creating a new transitional government. police are searching for a man whose wife was found by a
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maid in san francisco in a hotel room with her throat slashed. police found 51-year-old -- waterman's wife colleen was found dead at the ram ma da hotel on lumbar street. police first reported the couple missing on monday. though waterman is a person of interest in the death, he is not a suspect. police say they chased a car driven by a 45-year-old man from the country club crest neighborhood to the intersection of corcoran and cobb avenues yesterday afternoon. when they pulled the car over, the driver started firing at the officers. the man was regional jackson who jumped out of the car during the pursuit.
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he was originally questioned by the police then they released him. however police now want to talk to him again about this place. this is the second deadly officer involve shooting since september. also this morning $50,000 in reward money to the person who can bring peace to a grieving family. that is the rebarred now attached to the killing of a young man who was killed by his would-be robber. why the reward now in this cold case that is still ongoing. >> i just don't like to see anybody going through the same thing that we're going through right now. because you can never get justice for that person. >> reporter: but it is possible to catch who killed his 19-year-old son ivan. the family is hoping a $50,000 reward will make someone come forward with information. >> i know for sure that vallejo is going through some trouble right now, the police force, so they're doing the best they can do.
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>> reporter: november 4, 2009, police responded to a shooting at sixth and cherry sheets. when they got there, ivan was not multiple times in his car. police say he was trying to protect his girlfriend. she was not injured. police also believe robbery was the motive. >> my brother was a gang banger and a troublemaker, but from what i have gathered, he was at the wrong place at the wrong time. >> reporter: the family cherishes the pictures they do have of ivan, they're having a tough time dealing with the loss. >> he liked to work, he liked to rap. he was just like any other 19-year-old kid. >> it would make me happy just to know that these people are going to be off the streets. and they're not going to hurt somebody else. >> reporter: in vallejo, sheryl herd on today in the bay.
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>> if you have information that can help solve this case, you can call the vallejo police department. a teenaged girl is fighting to walk again, her family is fighting to bring the driver who hit her to justice. this is the latest sketch we have from san jose police. they say this is the man who hit 18-year-old erica luna last sunday morning. police say he was driving a newer silver or gray suv or mini van with a black roof rack when he hit erica and dragged her for nearly a third of a mile. that car may now have damage to the front bumper and the wheel well on the front left-hand side. the girl ask now at regional medical center with a crushed hit and a serious leg injury. medical marijuana clubs in the bay area's biggest city are getting a break from the law this morning. the mercury news is reporting a temporary halt on future raids of more than 100 clubs operating in san jose.
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the stoppage will give santa clara county prosecutors time to figure out how to enforce california's marijuana laws. the city of san jose will begin taxing the dispensaries this month. a lot of folks are wondering how the county can pay for the new jail. the new 4.8 acre correctional facility should house about 750 inmates but has a $155 million price tag. according to a daily news source, san mateo county has more than $17 million on the site property alone. then the county could seek a bond funding for a portion of the remaining balance. this morning the family of a man gunned down by a b.a.r.t police officer is starting a foundation in his memory. the oscar grant foundation will kick off with a celebration today at 10:00 this morning at the east oakland youth development center.
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another celebration is planned for 6:00 tonight at the eastern cultural arts center. oscar grant was killed by b.a.r.t police officer johannes mehserle on august 9, 2009. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay." the feds dropped some of the murder charges against the suspect in the arizona shooting spree. we'll tell you why. plus palin in 2012? we'll tell you a new article out that has the internet all abuzz.
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good morning to you, staking a live look at tahrir square in cairo where it is a very peaceful demonstration -- it is
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a new day of politics after weeks of protests that were at times violent in cairo. this scene is different from how it looked last night. it was jubilant as tens of thousands of people crowded into tahrir square celebrating hoe i end of hosni mubarak's regime. the country will now be ruled again by a military council. as more mubarak, he is now in the red sea resort of sharm el-sheik. the immediate campaign to get mubarak to step down began on social net working sites where people were able to organize on places like facebook and twitter. although the roots of course go much deeper than that. a plan was posted on facebook to protest liberation square when those protests first started.
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the government detained him for weeks but released him unharmed this week. on his twitter account, his tweeting, please don't make me the face of this revolution. meantime we asked facebook about the role of social net working and what it played in the protests in egypt, some are going as far as calling the unrest in egypt a facebook revolution. certainly technology was a vital tool in their efforts, but we believe their bravery and determination is what mattered most. this morning soldiers from the bay area are gearing up for a tour of duty in afghanistan. today a farewell ceremony for the soldiers of the 352nd combat support hospital. the unit is made up of general medical personnel that will provide health service support for members of the u.s. army. they will head to washington state for more training before heading on to afghanistan.
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the soldiers are on a one-year deployment. this morning victims of the deadly arizona shooting spree are waking up to news that the feeds are dropping two charges against the alleged gunman. prosecutors say the -- murders of a u.s. district court judge and a congressional aid. but prosecutors say they will be able to charge loughner again with those murders at a later date. only five of the shootings including the attempted assassination of congresswoman gabrielle giffords can be tried in federal court a pima county superior court jury will hold a trial for the other shootings when the federal case is over. tea party backed conservatives are pushing a $61 billion savings package that will go to the floor for a vote next week. programs on the chopping block including americorps and the corporation for public broadcasting, but the bill protecting spending on many
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defense and veterans programs as well. meantime the political rumor mill is in overdrive this morning amid unconfirmed reports that sarah palin may have hired a chief of staff to head a possible presidential run in 2012. now according to cnn and the website politico, palin is tapping -- we have much more ahead coming up on "today in the bay." orange and black attacks, do you have what it takes to cheer on the giants this season? the auditions that are separating the bandwagon fans from the die hard. >> and it should be a pretty good day for that. we're going to see a lot of warm temperatures today, but things are going to change by the end of the weekend. we'll talk more about those changes in your seven-day forecast when we come right back.
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good morning to you, take a live look at the golden gate bridge, beautiful blue skies to start this saturday morning. we will start sunday morning a little differently. right, rob? >> good morning, chris, pretty pictures there from san francisco and san jose, but also pretty cold this morning. we're at 42 degrees in san jose, not much wind but plenty of sunshine already this morning. oakland relatively cool at 44 degrees and another stop takes us back over to san francisco where it's 45 right now. a little bit of wind picking up throughout today. a chilly start to your morning out towards concord and livermore, mid 30s this morning. there you see the numbers a bit mild around san francisco. 40 degrees, and we're going to see an interesting swing to our temperatures. it is a cold start to the morning, very february like, but by the afternoon, we should see some 70s. then beginning tomorrow, some cooling and then by monday, the rain's going to come back along
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with some pretty gusty winds, so you can see some clear skies in the city cameras. some high clouds are going to come drifting in this afternoon. the pattern change should hold off for the weekend. the high pressure holding its ground today and then breaking down some as we head into sunday, so the weekend is going to start off warm, a dry weekend but you're going to see more clouds and some cooling as we head through tomorrow. the gusty winds picking up out of the south as low pressure the winds are going to pick up ahead of the cold front and yes, we will talk about some rain dropping in as we head through mid morning monday throughout the day heading into monday evening. the day is just gorgeous around the bay area for your outdoor plans san francisco may actually get close to 70 degrees as well. we're talking upper 60s to low 70s. 75 in morgan hill, livermore 73 degrees. 72 in petaluma and m.
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your forecast is going to show you these numbers. cooling off for sunday, as he head into monday, gusty with the winds, showers and possible thundershowers as we head toward wednesday, and by the end of the week, look at that cold air spilling down from the gulf of alaska. friday and next saturday we could be talking about highs in the 40s, maybe the hill tops snow. a reminder, yes, it is still officially winter. it's going to feel like it come monday. >> and we need all of that rain, for sure. so we're glad to have it back. first they were known ooze stewardesses, then we called them flight attendants now we might need to come up with a new name for them. maybe delta debutantes. american airlines is trying to improve it's customer service by sending it's flight attend ants
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to charm school. "the wall street journal" reports flight adonttendants wi get hands on lessons about how to how to explain gate and service fees. much more ahead on "today in the bay," coming up, pant moan yum, if you think you have what it takes to cheer on the g-men this season, the giants want you to prove it. auditions to the orange and black attack just ahead. we'll recap quarterfinal action at the san jose open. that's all ahead in sports. my employees are like family, and i want people that work for me to feel that they're sharing in my success. we purchase as much as we can on the american express open gold card so we can accumulate as many points as possible. i pass on these points to my employees
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a surprising day at pebble beach and a tearful day for cal sports. justin allen has it all in your morning sports.
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>> quarterfinal tennis does not get much better, two former grand slam tourney winners going head to head in straight sets earning a spot in the semifinals. out to the tank. t trying to defend his title. next up is two days of semis. sharks in new jersey, no doubt the reason the team is surging. but they ran into the equally hot devils. scoreless game in the third, patrick marlow makes it 1-0 sharks. later following the face-off, coblcic does some damage. shark's win streak ends at 5-1 the final.
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men's rugby, women's lacrosse and women's gymnastics will remain after being slated as cut from the universities. two other sports weren't so lucky, including cal baseball, a fundraising effort to save one of the food's longest standing sports role falls short. school officials say they needed $10 million to keep the kid on the diamond. according to reports they only brought in 1.5 to 2.5 million in donors. gymnastics was the other sport ejim lated. it's time to make a run at pebble beach pro am. but it was an uncurveball suspect climbing the leaderboard. bill murray, highlight of the day. interesting shot of the day comes complements of master of the saxophone, kenny g. the only speculate for allowed on the greens, that's eagle was
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taking a snap. here's your leader, steve marino, looking for his first pga win, played like a champ, birdie at 16, has seven of those with 13 under. one of the longest -- the cavs on the verge of one of the worst losing streaks in pro sports history, but they avoided it barely by the clippers in overtime, from the warner -- 26 gam games. >> keeping things interesting during a lull in the game. they had auditions at at & t park on friday. >> we'll try to get that for. now to a sport of a different sport, valentine's day means candy flowers and pillow fights
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apparently. this monday hundreds of people are expected to head out for a good old fashioned pillow fight. it is a tradition for every valentine's day in the city. the pillow fight has turned into a pillow blight. we have much more coming up on today in the bay. still ahead, we'll update elizabeth taylor's condition and we'll show you a recall for some baby gear so many parents rely on for peace of mind. you have two minutes to freshen up your coffee, we'll be right back. that's why i love nutella, a delicious hazelnut spread that's perfect on multigrain toast and even whole-wheat waffles. it's a quick and easy way to give my family a breakfast they'll want to eat. and nutella is made with simple, quality ingredients, like hazelnuts, skim milk and a hint of cocoa.
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from any room and play them back on any tv. get u-verse tv for only $29 a month for 6 months. in the network, everyone can get along. good morning to you, take a live look at the golden gate bridge this morning. beautiful day to head out there and take a picture.
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you'll want to remember this day because we're not going to have more of them in the coming days. >> counting down the hours. >> you said 30 hours left of good weather. >> 29. we're going to see big changes coming up. the timing is going to work out pretty good, at least for the weekend. we still got valentine's day coming up. not so good on that. let's look at the temperatures this morning, 30s and 40s outside, chilly and you'll notice we got clear skies, dry air, temperatures drop off quite a bit this time of year, but it will be rain free today and our temperatures are going to be rebound quickly, by lunchtime today, easily hitting the 60s to near 70s in santa rosa, north winds allowing things to warm up a little bit more today, mid 70s in san jose, upper 60s to near 70 around the peninsula, but beginning tomorrow, we're going to see a cooldown and a lot of wind and rain and a little snow. we'll have more on that coming up in the next half hour. >> if you love somebody, you
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love them whether or not they have bad hair, wind or rain. we also want to update you this morning on a developing story in san francisco. right now an elderly man is dead and a man hunt is underway for the person who killed him. police say they were asked to check on the man last night at his apartment on bush street near jones street. when the police arrived they found the 65-year-old man with signs of trauma on his body. police have not released any further information about who could be to blame for that death. this morning, three young men are dead and another is clinging to life after a shooting outside a home in los angeles. a source tells nbc l.a. that at least one gunman used an automatic weapon to shoot the men as they stood together last night in a neighborhood in willow brook which is near compton. so far no arrests have been made. police suspect gangs may be
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behind that shooting. this morning, strangulation concerns are prompting a recall of 2 million baby monitors. summer infants says the recall involves more than 40 different digital hand held and colored baby monitors. the baby monitors were sold between 2003 and 2011. summer infant is also recalling some summer infant secure video monitors that were sold exclusively at babies are us stores in 2009 and 2010. the rechargeable batteries on those monitors are prone to overheat and crack. oscar winning actress elizabeth taylor is fighting congestive heart failure this morning. the 73-year-old is being treated for symptoms of congestive heart failure. the actress did veal that she
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had that heart defect two years ago. taylor earned two academy awards from the 1960s films. a scout troop's outdoor exercise depicting a state kidnapping of kate middleton is raising some eyebrows in the uk. the scout troop hired an actress to play kate middleton and the scouts had to help find the princess. the scouts then spent eight hours hiking around their small town west of london trying to track down the impostor. much more ahead on "today in the bay," coming up following the mubarak money trail all the way to one of california's ritziest cities. >> it's a different life and different career. and mubarak's bodyguard shares what he thinks of mubarak's 30-year regime.
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good morning to you, take a live look at tahrir square in tie row this morning. this morning the swiss government the freezing all accounts held by former egyptian president hosni mubarak and his family but many of his investments are elsewhere, including possible real estate holdings in one of california's ritsziest neighborhood. the freeze will last three years and it includes any asset ors real estate that the president owns. if it's true, real estate agents tell us, it may be hard to track down. >> it could be any entity that would be buying for him. it could be real estate investors. they would have formed a company and we wouldn't know what the
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owners were. and it's probably some kind of llc, some incorporated company. >> mubarak's family made most of their fortune in sharm el-sheik. among those celebrating mubarak's downfall is his former bodyguard who now lives in northern california. he says mubarak wasn't always a hated leader, but over the years, he says his boss changed. >> he was a very good guy, we respect him and give him more support, everyone felt that he could change egypt. it's just not only me, all the guys around him now until the army didn't like his ways. that's too much corruption. >> he now owns a restaurant in sacramento. he says he's hopeful for egypt's future following this regime change. we have much more ahead coming up on "today in the bay." if it is your first and perhaps
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only peek at a bible the church tried to hide. why? and we're waking up to kind of a chilly morning around the bay area, but one more nice day before changes arrive. good morning there's lots to do "today in the bay," love is in the air this weekend. at the san francisco zoo, visitors can stroll hand in hand while checking out the wildlife at woo in the zoo. if you bring a valentine for the zoo's brand-new hippo, you can get a dollar off the regular admission. general admission prices range from $9 krz to $12 deinpentdingn your age. if you live to laugh, head to the during the show is three every day couples describe how
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they first met to the audience while improve performers acted out on stage. now ticket prices there range from $25 to $59 and for more information, you check out how we first if you're in the south bay, there's also an improve comedy show for you, the annual battle of the sexes, it's men versus women in a night of unscripted comedy, tonight at 7:00 and at 9:00. i'm a member of comedy sports as well. i performed through the years, usually on the men's side. that's there's the note, don't script it, just improvise, have a great day.
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take a live look, i wanted you to look at san jose.
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isn't it pretty? >> mostly sunny right now, mostly chilly outside, you look outside, you can see triit frome comfort of your living room, oh, it's nice and warm, but that's not the case, it's still a little chilly. 45 degrees in oakland, northeast wind at three. a little bit of a north wind here, which is going to help keep our skies clear and our temperatures feeling a bit more like spring, once we head toward the afternoon, 42 degrees this morning, it's down right cold in the tri-valley. 35 from concord over to fairfield, santa rosa over to gilroy. by the afternoon, we could see those temperatures rebound by almost as much as 40 degrees by the afternoon. so despite the chilly start, today should really be the last of our warm days, we're talking 60s and 70s today, tomorrow we're going to see the sea
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breeze pick back up, that will cool us off, but monday will be the main event, quite a few changes showing up in your saturday forecast. hard to find any clouds around the bay area, this is part of a system that will eventually cross the coast as we head into late tomorrow. so high pressure holding its ground for one more day today. that's the reason why at least the weekend is going to start off fairly warm. you'll notice a few more clouds tomorrow and things will start to cool down. the setup for monday, we're going to see the rain cranking up, the wind picking up out of the south from 20 to 45 miles an hour. a gusty start to your monday morning commute and we will see rain developing throughout the day and much cooler temperatures following that system arriving on monday. if you're heading out to the sierra, watch out for gusty winds. around the bay area today, if you're heading from san jose down toward pebble beach, you coil
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should see 70s all the way down south. a high today in the mid 70s, a bit cooler around the coast. for the north bay, not a bad way to start your weekend. we're talking upper 60s and low 70s. but notice the trend, and a very clear one at that. numbers really starting to drop off. monday, it's going to be a one-two punch, wind and rain and much cooler air following that system into wednesday and thursday. we could have some thundershowers, much cooler by midweek, we're going to be in and out of the rain for the week, but, boy, those temperatures cooling off, with highs in the upper 30s and low 40s, those highs will be as cool as a lot of our morning temperatures have been throughout this week. so that's going to be a big pattern change after monday. this morning near civic center plaza, a shoot for a
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movie stars gwyneth paltrow. here's what to avoid if you are driving, minute street from fifth to mary street will be closed from 5:00 tonight until 1:00 tomorrow morning. and we expect some closures tomorrow as well. so stay tuned. you have probably seen and heard the orange and black attack rallying at giants games and they certainly keep things interesting during the lulls on the field, making the squad before was tough, but it's even harder this year because three times the number of people turned out to try out. >> it's tryout day at at & t park 300 applicants narrowed down to about 50, trying out for seven or eight spots. >> i bring a lot of energy. >> i'm energetic.
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>> and the best way to bring that out? >> improve. >> when they're engaging fans, they can't really plan for what's going to happen. they have to be spontaneous and have to adopt to what's going on. >> reporter: personality is going to play a huge factor in what goes on on the field. >> when you're in the crowd, you can't really express yourself in words, so you have to be very physical, smiling and big physical gestures. >> this tryout isn't all about bouncing around and dancing, a formal interview closes out the prospect where the tough questions are at. >> reporte >> we want to make sure that they understand that the customer is most important. >> they have to have more energy than all the fans combined to get those fans going.
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>> at&t park, nbc bay area sports. >> that sure does seem like fun. comprehensive coverage of every bay area team is on sports net central on comcast. it's a full 30 minutes of coverage, the team that you care about only on comcast sports net bay area. much more ahead on "today in the bay." was it a mistake of biblical proportions? the church went to great lengths to make sure you never saw it. we have your one and only look at the so-called wicked bible and you won't believe what's inside. when it comes to getting my family to eat breakfast,
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good morning to you, take a live look, get out there and enjoy the weather today, folks, because it is going to be changing to rain by monday and windy as well. a cool start to today.
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it dates back almost 400 years and the book you might not guess it is the bible. today in the bay shows us a mistake that could be worth nearly $100,000. >> john windal has loved books ever since he was 6 years old. 60 years later, he is a book collector in san francisco who now has in his hands the find of a lifetime. >> a man walks in the store one day with a book wrapped up in a cloth. >> wentle took one look at the book and said it's one of the rarest bibles ever printed by london's printers martin lucas lack in 1651. >> this book is called the wicked bible. one of the most famous misprints
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in literary history. >> which the lord thy god give et this, thou shalt kmirt adultery, the word not the missing. >> of course all the copies were withdrawn, people who had the book tore that page out. >> the deeply religious flipped. the royal publishers did whatever they could to get all the misprinted bibles back. there are maybe 40 copies known to exist in the world. only two have sold in the last 50 years. >> it's worth anywhere in the $30,000 to $50,000 but this copy is probably $79,800. >> just think, $80,000 for a word that isn't there. >> of all the typos that there could have been in the bible, that was the one. now you have to wonder, i don't think it was an accident. but i wouldn't wish to mall line the memory of whoever did it.
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>> if you want to see the wicked bible for yourself, you can head over to the california international bookary, arfair,l cost you $10 to $15 to get in. much more ahead on "today in the ba bay". coming up, someone special to cuddle up with on this valentine's day. i'll introduce you to our pet of the week, shelton, so cute. ♪ ...harvested the same... ♪ ...and roasted the same as our other premium coffees. it only makes sense it would taste the same. so, try it for yourself. buy a pack of 100% natural starbucks via ready brew. we promise you'll love it or we'll send you a bag of starbucks coffee. it's the starbucks via taste promise. look for it where you buy groceries.
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finally this morning we have some special guests lisa simmons is here with a shelley that's just a little chocolate morsal looking thing. >> we think he's probably mixed with some talk sunday and he's going to be a low stocky, sturdy
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little dog. he's slightly over eight weeks so he's still a tiny baby. >> is he ready to go home? >> oh, he certainly is. he's microchipped. he'll have to continue with his shot series, with the puppy series. even though he can't walk around, we do this occasionally so they get used to something something like that. >> it is challenging to have a puppy but there are resources for training and knowing what to expect. >> exactly. it's like bringing a baby home and we're going to help. >> i mean look at that face. he could chew on all of my shoes. if you want more information you can check out shelton. we will have more local news for you tonight at 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00 and of course on nbc bay
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prices start at $272,990 and don't forget the 10,000 square feet belvidere clubhouse that includes an all season swimming pool and whirlpool spa, a complete chef's kitchen with indoor and outdoor entertaining. the belvidere clubhouse is an exclusive benefit that all belvidere residents can enjoy. now that you have seen how gorgeous these homes are, listen to what some belvidere home owners have to say. >> it's just beautiful and reminiscent of the -- the inside of the homes is equally as beautiful with ten-foot ceilings and the granite kitchen slab, the cherry cabinets, it's just beautiful, again, no detail spared, no expense spared to make things right. totally wired for everything from home security to your media, i mean you can walk in
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and just plug things in, they have thought of everything and they have spared no expense. the quality is all the furnishings and the construction and the appliances they put in is just really amazing. >> i looked around to other parts of the bay area, i looked in the city, and i have to tell you that based on what i have here now and what i have seen, this is really the best value that i could find. >> we feel that we have gotten more bang for our buck than we would have anywhere else in the bay area. just looking around, knowing what you will get for your investment is top dollar. no expenses were spared in building this development and it's definitely something that i would encourage you to come out and take a look for yourself and form your own opinion. >> like i said before, you really have to experience this firsthand, to appreciate how gorgeous it really is, and you can afford it with prices
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