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framework to reach the budget crisis.çt( if a finalç agreemo reach it will still take two- thirds in the legislature to pass.xd dan kerman takes a look at what is not getting paid because of çthe delay. >> the state comptroller estimates that since july 1st the state has failed to paid $6.5 billion with the lack of budget. public schools areç nt budget. public schooavq being , faculty and college students are not receiving cal grant and legislators are not being paid and neither are their staff. small businesses that provide food for prisons and office supplies are also not been paid community health clinics are not being reimbursed by the state. needy families in the final states of the kelp works welfare to work program are not getting paid for child care. landlords
that lease office space and to the state are also not getting paid. finally, a handful of projects have been delayed because there is no state budget. after 90 days of nonpayment the state's credit card can also be deactivated. that is used to purchase various goods, services like toilet paper for rural parks. that means this could run out sometime in october if there is no budget. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> and most entities, san jose's redevelopment agency is on hard times. the agency is laid off 20% of its staff. and as rob fladeboe explains that fewer dollars for fewer projects. >> this is a very tough economy right now. >> from his 14th floor office and a city hall redevelopment manager pointed out several projects that there would be no funding, any time soon.
>> we have a long list of projects in this neighborhood. we have repealed out. they love of theçhstreetçç improvement projects, infrastructure, downtown will not be able to do. we had to cut back on staffing, we've cut 14 positions this year on top of the 25 positions, last year am planning on the loss of millions, of some of california,-blaming, the new e to unveil a community center opening this weekend will be the last build in san jose for many years to come. and we're hoping as the economy improves we can resurrect those things and fought with other revenue sources, and even selling land. to try to make up for some of these lawsuitand we could just l >> and plans to rejuvenate a lighted areas with the museum of art, the tech center, the fox theater, and adobe systems. going forward, they want to redirect their systems dolby and
the downtown peabaseball system and a facelift for the san jose convention center.ç >> an independent panel is being set up to what caused the san bruno gas line explosion. the cpuc is also looking for a review of the management practices of pg&e to find out if and a thing could of been done to prevent a disaster. ç today, clean up began, and christine is there, live on was thing done, tonight. christine? >>ç this began at 8:00 a.m. it was supposed to last until 6:00 p.m. as we take a live look you can see that no working crewsç, excavators are not moving most likely because of this wind. it has become very breezy. that american flag is blowing inç te wind. you can see that work is going toq be stopped but theç( wind. a san bruno concern. we
spoke to the health the border of the precautions they are taking and this is what they had ç to make sure that we're very well protected, we >> we want to make sure the worker will protected, we know that there is a special, metal, and we'rexdg# doing is that wilt a layer of protection for the debris. and air sampling as. witness each prx ukpóu being ?[3írmonitored, continuously.ì+ throughout theçç boundaries, e are moving a rather different neighborhoods. up wind, downwind, and even with one half mile. what we do have is every person on the crew, if they are a flat person on the corner, excavator operator, fleck person, if anybody sees a
concern or problem. everybody has the authority toçi] stopçr >> as we take a liveç look you can seeç howxd close this burne is to homesteader occupied. some residents in this neighborhood are feeling mixed. perhaps a bit anxious about the air quality and others are seeing glad seeing progress. >> i hope that they clean this up as soon as possible. to start, rebuilding. in to get a or community, back together. the sooner, thew3 better. the soone, thew3 better.çxd >> i want to be assured that that air quality, the debris there are a lot of air contaminants and these are older homes. a 1930's-1960's, asbestosis, and dioxins in the air. those are all cancer causing agents. i do not want to be exposed to a lung cancer. >> and the last resident spoke
to that she will not be moved back into of cleanup is complete. this is supposed to take from 3-4 weeks. when this is finished, all of this degree will be gone. residents will be given a clean slate and also with certification it saying that their property is clean. reporting live in sant(ç bruno, the memo, a gas leak causing the evacuation of 14 homes with construction work. 11:00 p.m., last night. and brooke would road pg&e says a contractor accidently dogged to its pipeline. and residents have been able toç return to their homes. f ♪ >> a gorgeous day out there today with the bay area. mainly in the 70's,i]i] the 80s but wee seeing 60s close to the coastline. 66 in san francisco, 63 in half moon bay. mostly 80s inland, 80s and the north bay
and this is just the start for our warming trend toward clear skies will start and stay overnight. with mild temperatures overnight with the air building and and no clouds. this will be 5-10 degrees warmer in the afternoon and this warming trend will continue in the afternoon hot! i will have details on your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> a look at your thursday traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza remarkably, pretty well on this thursday! the rights of this was on going towards emeryville, oakland. the left side is going westbound towards the the bridge also moving quite well. and to the gates. we will be right back. ç
began training camp he is the winning coach that have one year left on his contract. >> officials are going to break ground in san francisco with a ferry that is going from the jack london square. indicated on our map and crews have been dredging the harbor in removing boat slips atç oyster bay reman a for the $26 million terminal. construction began in the next few months and it could be open by next fall. >> san francisco residents got and the opinion to build a 500 hospital. with the former cathedral hotel is court here on google earth it is a long vanesa avenue, and the hospital would create major traffic delays as 17 intersections. including this one at vaness and market and plk and gary this is
part of a $2.5 billion plan to replace st. luke's with the closer hospital, close the california campus and change the pacific into an outpatient facility in creek a neuroscience institute. dvds hospital. >> despite concerns about the diabetes drug, federal health regulators will keep of indavann the market and will get a prescription if this is their only option. it was a richly approved in 1999 and became the top seller for diabetes. however, with plummeted sales with a heart attack risks associated. >> a warranning for parents, tht simulant this is a certain power
that comes in eight, up 0.4, col 0.9 oz cans. and none of the liquid formula is affected, the company has stopped production, w3d8)tsq't andçtoçç0dçççig fumigated.w3 >> and warmer conditions towards the weekend details on the heat become a coming up in just a few minutes. and chat with my friends. [ mom ] how's your studying? it's coming along! [ female announcer ] work faster, play more with the fastest internet for the price. call to get high speed for $14.95 a month with a one-year price guarantee. please, i know what he's up to. high speed internet from at&t is so fast that we get more done in less time, leaving me time to chat... watch movies... without teenage distractions. and it's affordable for our family. [ female announcer ] call to get high speed for $14.95 a month with a one-year price guarantee. plus get access to the entire
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♪ >> decision 2010, the race for governor in california is tied. with only six weeks, and according to a field poll jerry brown and his challenger, republican meg whitman have both 41% of supporters to rick 18% were undecided. dennis has a margin of error of 4.1%. and on the phone to talk about this is corey cook, what you make of these numbers so close to the selection? >> i think it is interesting.
and the undecided is very high which is surprising with the amount of money that meg whitman has spent. the implication that she has been able to really, not affect this race is held buses pullehas been polled, generical. it is pretty interesting, hold these numbers of not moved dramatically even with the money that she is spent. >> with spending $190 million and she hit a plateau or research on the back and make a difference in the next six weeks since she has spent-$119? not out of the ordinary for >> and i am certainly thinking that the internal numbers. they look pretty good in pretty promising pour jerry brown. traditionally, there is a big gender gap. and if this shows up, if not at all? it would be
not a big surprise if the women would be split right down the middle between both candidates. latin voters are basically also split down the middle between these two voters. and jerry brown losing the los angeles county it is difficult to find a that the democrats losing that. and if i was his campaign a good look at the numbers and say if i can pick up the campaign? he is not always spent any money yet. and his first commercial was yesterday. and defeat just concentrated on coastal areas, los angeles, in particular and latin voters, and women. he would be pretty good shape. >> the undecided, and what is going to tip the scales for them? >> well, that would be in interesting. again, this is an extraordinary amount to spend. to have the state vote. two of
the difference, the margin and the democrats, republicans will turn out on election day. it does not make much of a difference, it is the peace moderate voters and it is right now, those of the ones that are undecided. and they are certainly not been convinced by the $190 million. pam and still a key for both sides. -119 million. >> corey, thank you. >> let me show you a live picture of a protest going on outside of the jerry brown fund- raiser. this to started a few moments ago, a handful of protesters. in front of a limousine in calling jerry brown a limousine, liberal. it is just doted a few minutes ago and will keep an eye on it and keep you posted. >> meg whitman released for stand on all of these propositions so far, we will never jerry brown. with proposition 19, the legalization
of marijuana, both of them oppose it. proposition 23 will suspend implementing the air control both of those opposed of that proposition. proposition 25 will change the legislative requirements to pass a boat from two-thirds to a simple majority. which man is opposition, brown is for it. - whitman opposes proposition 25. and also, she supports 20, that read distribution itdistributio, and 21 is the higher registration fee for cars, >> despite this proposition 23 her desire to pre-assembly 3241- year which is associated with that proposition for the creek. and she says will protect the economy, jobs for the downturn is simply not good enough. >> well, my reaction is good,
better late than never. and secondly, she should now take the next step. and to delay proposition 32. she says she's going to delete it in one year and that makes no sense. if you want to create certainty and the cframework of confidence? and certainly that makes sense but not uncertainty. and that is really wor position is generati >> to make the oil companies have be washed usin encouraging green tech as this plantae toward, today. ♪ >> a live look aside, at the bay bridge toll plaza gorgeous weather today. with plenty of sunshine, and temperatures are warming and this will continue as we head into the weekend. and it is going to get hot. 5-10 degrees warm. and inland, we toasty with the low 90s. and
even more sunday, and into next week. a look of that coming up and first, what we're going to be seeing out there tomorrow. we will see that futurecast! with 7:00 a.m., we can expect pretty mild conditions. 50s, 60s, that is the cream that you see on the screen. warming up really quickly. -green. 70's, is indicated by the yellow. and '80s in santa rosa is the orange. fairfield, antioch, napa, santa rosa, and we're even going to some 90's in the late afternoon. with neighborhood by neighborhood, and 90's in santa rosa, and lo and 90's and but hot but not too unbearable, tomorrow. and also, 82 in mountain view, and the bayshore will be low-mid '80s. to take a look at your kron 4 7 day around the bay there warming trend will
continue through your weekend and into next week. temperatures hitting a triple digits and on monday! low 90s on the baysho 'e bayshore, and as we see. will have a more normal return as we approach next week. >> and to take a light look with the james lick. traffic is moving slowly and also the southbound ones for one of the bottom of your screen. we will be right back. south 101. the black widow spider's severe bite
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>> a local celebration for the world famous festival is kicking off. preparations for oktoberfest by the bay. all weekend long taken enjoy authentic music, beer, and food. what people expect. >> you were going to experience everything with professional dance performances every couple of hours. you'll see all of the
music, the best food, it deserves, an incredible peer. everything is straight in from germany. >> incredible beer. >> the san francisco october fest will last until sunday. and the website with dog owners were the conduc , without a leash, and web producer, >> and if the next time you want him to romam was put together by the spca and the local dog groups. they did this so your dog could have more freedom and also to protect the natural resources. to make sure that if your dog is off the leash to make sure that the agitation is protected. and wet vegetation-- >> with san francisco, marin county, and now, and when your dog can rooam for example, they
can go free and alamo square park, stern park. there are a lot on this list. what's on the web with kimberlee sakamoto. www.kron.com ♪ >> a live look outside from our roof cam. downtown san francisco it is gorgeous out there today. a big warm-up expected with details coming after news is 6:00 p.m. is coming up, next. david harmer -- helping corporations rip people off. a record we can't afford. we need jerry mcnerney, small businessman, voting against congressional pay increases and refusing to take them, standing up for what's right. i'm jerry mcnerney, and i approved this message.
live from the bay area's news station this is kron 4 news at 6:00 p.m. >> our big store, the san bruno gas explosion new details emerging about the investigation as to what cost the explosion. also cleanup started on the debris, ash neighborhood. christine is there, live. christine? >> pam, though the work has finished for tonight. and these
excavators have not moved for quite some time because of this breeze picked up in this neighborhood. they are taking a lot of precautions let me walk you through what they did today. >> they started by holing a with is burned out vehicles that were in their way. you can see those hohuge excavators calling of the debris. health officials are afraid that the ash could be placed with toxic chemicals and precautions whit respirators, white protective praetors. and when that is hauled away, it is covered. -wear protective-breed mac. and also, it is a constant battle. >> and we're going to have to make sure the what we are doing here does not impact the residence. pre-watering will learn from tahoe. and that helps bring on the moisture if we do
that 48 hours in advance. >> you can see pouring water on the debris what they dig through it as an added precaution. also, other crews on site in the neighborhood monitoring the air quality. >> as. taking a live look this status a board in front of this property. the number of steps the look for asbestos, and remove the debris. the will to soil sampling and finally a clean certification given to the property owner. once they're finished this debris will be cleared in this will be clean slate. the cleanup process will take three-four weeks. reporting live in san bruno, christine connolly, kron 4 news. >> today, the california utilities public utilities commission wants a blue-ribbon panel. to make recommendations of this can be avoided. in addition to looking for the cause of the blessed this will
also examine if there were miniature problems within pg&e of the blast. for management problems. >> and weather if the cpuc and turn, the watchdog group of plots but they're hoping that this will truly be, independent. -they are planning this move. >> if this is a industry executives, experts? and they're not going to be truly independent. however, if the panel is consumer advocates, elected officials and san bruno residence and it is truly representative of the public. then maybe it has a chance. >> the cpuc ordered ppg the need to pay for the investigation and that money will come from shareholder profits. major cuts from bus riders deep cuts. for late-night service and again from ac transit. and some very
limited, altogether. >> getting around at night is going to be a challenge. ac transit is getting rid of four of the six all night long and eliminating at midni weeken of the 39 of the fourth and this is going to be especially difficult for people getting to oakland international airport. eliminating the 805 that runs late at night to oakland international airport. a lot of people looking for a taxicab no service from the airport from midnight-5:00 a.m. and when it comes to saturday, sunday, it is going to be difficult for out of the way places like lake merritt college. they will not be able to get there because they're stopping service on the 54. fromfruitvale bart and another place that is going to see a lot of service/is the campus around
uc-berkeley. and also around berkeley bart no. n getting cut, the 65, the 57, the 27, the 29 in the off. all of these will be eliminated in december when all of these cuts go into effect. >> kate thompson, kron 4 news. >> the reality of losing overnight, weekend service is going to hit home for a lot of commuters that depend on this service to get around. one commuter said that she is very upset about her own the means of transportation telling haaziq madyun >> yes, i campus all about it! and i do not know how i'm going to be getting a round--i am angry. >> and a i am going to lucky's right now and that this is cut? i have to take a different route. to go to the store. >> and that as we go to get the groceries? >> yes. and the difficulty and
inconvenience of taking your basket? >> yes, and it is going to take the longer and when i have a cart full of groceries. and it is going to be difficult for me and also for senior citizens. i do not know how they're going to be able to get a round, and with no income. i'm not able to peace somebody to take the rounds what is would be very inconvenient. i'm not able to just pay somebody to take me- around. >> ac transit also said of reducing poverty hours of the weekend lines that were not as early as october, those weekend lines will be reduced. >> this woman was jogging near colleen drive/snell drive this suspect attacked her. he is suspectedescribed as hispanic, ,
she was able to get away. >> and i smiled, and 70's, 80's for the most part with low 80s inland. nice, day, baby wide, at upper 70's, low 80s for the south bay bravehearwarmer weath, mild and temperatures overnight polk be a few degrees or the or so, this morning. again, a warmer starred as we head towards 3:00 p.m., it is going to be sunny and warm and hot! this warm-up trend will continue into the weekend. details on your complete forecast coming in. >> of this just in to the kron 4 news room california regulators have just adopted the most aggressive clean energy standard for california power companies. this means that one third of their electricity from grenoble sources of solar, wind with the next-renewable sources, this will help standards are among
the toughest. and right now, they're struggling to get 20% and these regulators are going to get a steady energy supply. >> and the live look this is the james lick. the acer one split. and the lower deck is on the bottom part and the ones your one and the bottom portion. it is moving quite slow. we will be right back. ma'am, can you identify the other airline that charged you bag fees? that's it. that one...right there. exactly how much did the other airlines make off with? ♪
it was like $25. was that one-way? or roundtrip? roundtrip. $50? did you have a second bag? yes. mm! it was $35. that's $120 roundtrip. [ gasps ] oh! ah! ♪ [ ding ] what were the facts? fact: march 7, 2000. brown asks voters for new mayoral power to appoint school board members. he gets it, and promises better schools. but the drop out rate increases...50%. the school budget goes into a 100 million dollar deficit. the schools become so bad...the state has to take them over. it was "largely a bust," he admitted. jerry brown. failure as governor. failure as mayor. failure we can't afford now.
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>> howl and held the system work? >> this glitch. in the clipper system. things like a simple way of a hand, anybody can be accessed these stores. also, the door opening with the keats get confused allowing anybody access for free. -gates. now, new information with a citywide problem. >> and in embarcadero station one person using a fast path 10 new have unlimited access for an unlimited amount of commuters. this is the same at castro with a caution tape. and this date, 71-02 has gone down three different times at the same time. on the same day. church street, the gates opening,
closing frustrating. and the surp supplyy number except the phone all the works between 4:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. m - f and we know that the clipper system never takbreaks down [laughter] >> and also going there are no exit signs, so when the truck to leave the station, they can get confused. >> and as muni says that with every system there is going to be some glitches. however, $30 million? really? >> this is retarded! >> stanley roberts. >> and with warmer weather continuing into the weekend and even next week. more on the heat wave coming up in a few minutes.
>> the first major changes as a result of the health-care reform package passed by congress six months ago. it will be illegal for insurance companies to drop people simply for sickness. children and not relearefuse coverage. and also there will be able to stay on your plan until 26. however, congress and republicans are hoping to repeal the south. >> americans do not want this-a- bill. and have forced this down our throat-and it is time to come back to washington and get out of the back yards. come back and repeal of this bill and start all over. >> this will require all americans to obtain health insurance within four years.
republicans are going at, unconstitutional. the menu requests for job benefits have increased in five weeks. -new benefits, for jobless aid rose by 12,000. many economists are hoping a flat or a small drop. this rise suggests that jobs remained scarce and companies are still cutting workers among the sluggish economic. and all people are still struggling economy and billionaire is feeling no pain. the combined net worth of the 10 richest americans it jumped 8%. in the midst of the deepest economic downturn since the economic depression. >> we all know the phrase, the rich get richer and her our numbers. from the forbes annual number. were worth a combined 21 to $2 billion, now they're up
to $271 billion! last year, $250, fisher, $271. and now, this year his totaling 54. friend, bridge partner warren buffett is right behind. and larry ellison and facebook, chief executive mark zuckerburg, and 6.9 billion, but if at 26, in this he is the 35th richest person that is before the site goes public and steve jobs from apple is in second. and some of those non-tech, george lucas, the marin county resident is worth three. quarter billion dollars. new details this
morning about the state have reached the framework of an agreement to solve the state budget pcrisis. and if the ski still reached? two-thirds, and today is a day 85 without a state budget. tonight, dan kerman take a look of who is not getting paid because of that delay. , the state comptroller estimates since july 1st the state has failed to pay $6.5 billion. due to lack of a budget. public schools are not getting paid for public education programs, community colleges, are not getting paid for nurses, faculties, college students are now getting help desk grant, public schools and receiving special education funding, and also, the legislators or other staff, and small businesses that provide food for prisons and office supplies are not getting paid. community health departments are not getting reimbursed and needy
families in the final stage of cal works welfare to work program are not getting paid for child care. landlords that le office space are also not getting paid that least to the state. also, a handful of caltrain budgets. >> after 90 days, the state credit card to be deactivated. that is used for various services, and for purchase. this could run out in october if there's no budget. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> and 5-10 degrees warmer today in the warming trend continues. and in fact, it is going to get pretty toasty inland. with the low 90s in the upper 90s, saturday, sunday and even triple digits by next week. we will talk more about this in a moment but first, tomorrow morning. it
is going to be miles with the mild, dry air building in. 7:00 a.m., green is indicated by the 60s, a mild start. in will of a quick warm up by 12:00 p.m.- noon, 60s, 70's indicated to the yellow and orange. we will see if you 90's in the afternoon and to take a look at neighborhood by neighborhood where there's are going to be. 90 and santa rosa, and with the low 90s, inland. 70's and the san francisco, and inland, the low 90s in livermore, antioch. 69 expected in half moon bay, and '80s, and then upper 80s, 90s in the south bay. for kron 4 7 day around the bay and five, 10 degrees warmer tomorrow. a slight warming continues into the weekend and into next week triple digits and land next for the weekend, and it is certainly going to feel like summer. and a
and i'm not going to give you any phony plans or snappy slogans that don't go anywhere. we have to make some tough decisions. we have to live within our means. we have got to take the power from the state capitol and move it down to the local level, closer to the people. and no new taxes, without voter approval. we have got to pull together not as republicans or as democrats but as californians first. at this stage in my life, i'm prepared to do exactly that.
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give us a call. >> they spend $4 million, and another's study by the metropolitan as listing this as good. 10-best in the bay area, and this is report is misssl becauseea of the hownd conditions and that is caltrans territory. with local officials their fathers are being ruffled at city hall and people just have to look and open their eyes. >> our streets behind us are a great shape. the organization that made the report as part in the right place but it is not accurate. >> it is right that we need more funding but it is just misleading that it is in concord, all leak. >> the secret is a hard-working crew keeping her roads smoothed. in jefconcord. >> and will have more of the
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>> now at 630 now at 6:30, our top stories. more news crews, more stories. here's our top stories. >> major cuts for bus riders in the east bay with ac transit making deep cuts for weekend and late night services. starting in december it will be eliminating four of the sex all night that includes going to oakland airport. also, a 39 of the weekend routes. and only the business will be kept up and running. kate thompson, kron 4 news. >> added oakland, the ac transit sound off about losing weekend/overnight. >> is a terrible and if you do not at the vehicle? it is the only way you could get a round. or if you have children or elderly? >> i already take the ac transit, the bar, the muni, so
it is going to already take me- 115. it is going to take even longer. and i take the part. >> it is going to be difficult. >> and in san bruno, the fire dezone has been cleaned starting today. those high winds have been slowing work down, and and work down because and also monitoring the air quality. to make sure the neighborhood is safe. kate thompson. >> to continue the pipeline explosion the california public utilities commission voted to establish an independent experts to investigate the explosion on september 9th. to look for the root cause of the blast there will also look if there is a systemic management within pg&e that took role in the disaster. and weather the
cpuc could have done more to vent it and also the of ordered pg&e to foot the bill. memo and other goods stores, that >> another framework for an agreement is of the state budget crisis. they hope to reach a final agreement by monday. still, there is plenty to be done. it takes a two-thirds vote of the state legislature for final approval. this is the 85. without a budget. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> and in san jose, most of their entities the redevelopment agency has fallen on hard times. with shrinking tax revenue, and 14 layoffs. 20 percent of its step. with the new community centers and projects as part of the strong neighborhoods initiative will be put on hold are dropped, altogether. the remaining, dwindling funds will be directed towards larger
projects like the baseball stadium and san jose >> this just in to the kron 4 news room for the first execution since 2005, she was guilty for enticing meant to kill her husband. she was the first person to put to death in virginia and nearly one century. >> and in san quentin, and if that happens it will be the first since 2006, to execute a woman. ♪ >> into orbit at the story. the warming continues to mark-and a were big story, with a slight warming into tomorrow. with temperatures in the upper 90s, and 80 along the bay shore. 70's close to the coast. the heat will peak on monday with triple digits! and low 70's on the coast even though we are in the fall season is going to feel
like summer. >> a new report card on the health of san francisco people was just posted. big differences between neighborhoods and ethnic. >> a little bit earlier, we brought you those details that took one year. san francisco on how many people were being born, and nominee vegetables. more startling statistics coming out of this statistic. 800 pedestrians were hurt/killed. and either just walking around the city. and that neighborhoods like chinatown, the financial district, market, civic center and also that the death rate has fallen. for all san francisco thi residency except for africa- americans. and with lack of health care, and white women are more likely to develop breast
cancer and more african americans are more likely to die from that disease. to check out all of those of statistics. www.kron.com what's on the web with kimberlee sakamoto. ♪ >> a live look at traffic and this is the san mateo bridge. the headlights are east bound and there is no traffic east bound! and on the right side or is not much trouble going westbound. and now, this is and the san jose high ones are one of the guadeloupe overpass. a medium flow on the southbound, the northbound and not a problem, at all on the guadeloupe overpass. we will be right back. the black widow spider's severe bite
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meg whitman's plan will make it billions worse by eliminating the capital gains tax for wealthy investors, including herself. economists say her plan will "rip a hole in the budget" and is "deeply flawed". analysts for the l.a. times say whitman's plan is a "pure handout" to the rich creating a "huge risk" to schools and public safety. jerry brown's against this unfair giveaway because it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us. >> good evening, everybody don nelson's his time is over. late this afternoon word came down the nelson will not be on the bench with golden state on opening training camp. it was confirmed by espn. and vern
glenn, and and a few minutes ago, that it was also confirmed by arron and don nelson, according to the authorities, that don nelson is gone. and the coach with the most winnings without a world championship and speculation is that his assistant will also step up. for this coming season. we have wreck urick bucher is this a resignation or was he fired? >> please let me correct you for my brother and i did not break the story. that was stein mark stein, from espn .com there with the team source that definitely tehe is out.
>> and also joining us is steinmetz [laughter] >> and it is funny because you are at these breaking stories and i automatically went there but you think your brother. and was the poorest or did he resign on his own? >> no. they have been building a team. it was not a don nelson tea allm summer and there was a feeling a run the bay area. and certainly guys in that locker room or not ready for don nelson to come back and coach this team. the feeling is that that era is over and have to go into our new direction. the new ownership is certainly aware of that. it was only a matter of timing. this is a bit odd. let me tell you with rest of the nba teams their coaches have been hobbled for the last weeks.
planning their seasons,-hobbled, for this to be made at this point? - huddles and that the best test to to get his full 6 w3million? >> i do not have to even guess on that i do not have any direct knowledge but i guarantee! he would get every single dime that he is coming to him. there will be no by out with don nelson. he will leave with nothing on the table. he could be lying in the middle of the practice floor! >> and honest business is business and you do not think that they even got down a little bit and here is leave please leave your is sex? >> and i am sure they made the call-here is a 6 million--, and perhaps his lawyer stopped laughing. and i can guarantee
that don nelson did not leave. and for two different reasons because don nelson never has. and as far as coaching is concerned this is certainly going to be the last paycheck. >> and really quickly what do think his legacy will be the most wins? with the game's all- time but never won a championship? >> yes. it will depend on whom you speak to cured by and large the fans will remember him as an innovative, coach. and a quick side coach. at the end of the day, people around the leak are not going to be in that chuck daly, pat riley, the objection hierarchy of great coaches. >> yes or no, hall of fame? >> i would say no. because of the guys that are already in there. and a vote on who comes in. my sense is that done does
not have a lot of fans among the people that are already in the hall of fame >> do think that keith smart is a good higher? >> i do not know. and keith smart has the odd to me here, and seems to of the work ethic, necessary. and the demeanor-- however, the moments that we and seen him 30 in. over? i have not been overwhelmed. that is a difficult judgment. he has not and.. i'd guarantee that keith smart will coach of a different style than don nelson by virtue of the fact that i do not know if anybody can coached by don nelson's method >> thank you, and the man confirmed the story from nine other sources. and are you going to be around tomorrow? >> yes. >> and i will have when my boys call you in the morning.
>> and pam, thank you. >> in one your staff has people do four things for you? >> pala >> and crazy tonight, with oh my gosh!, and they are in the middle of a divisional stretch run. and with two home runs. in one-inning. the second and look at that! and he is going crazy >> going crazy! and the giants are 4-0 and here he is again. right there. tonight at 11. and he goes crazy in the second, gary will have sports, the complete details and highlights of the giants. and he hit a homerun making that school levin-0, and the rookie. all the way 213-0. the giants now are
fighting san diego. and this all starts and a few minutes. now, when a return of your going to start the association with the forty-niners the high school coach of the week award. and capote from jefferson in daly city. the most famous man since john madden. member when john was there? >> no. >> [laughter] >> and i do! we will be back with them in just a moment. [ female announcer ] jerry brown and oakland's schools.
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congratulations! and if you look like you've played. >> just a little. >> the college level, utah and this is roma blacher oroszko? >> yes, and also, 2-3 over-all moderalma mater >> and john madden is reason barbican have night games. he requested from the faculty that what can we have how can we have night games? and it was very cool. >> and how did you become a coach? >> something from my playing days i always wanted to play and coaching these kids. coming back to jefferson high school of seemed to shape things. and i get together with the assistant head coach. and we have been together for a while. and we
were together when we were to the leak. >> doesn't help that you have played in the your big guy? and do not mess with him? >> with these kids, yes there are plenty of knuckleheads. >> and how good are the, 2-0 could this be a playoff squad? >> i think it could it is built on this speed, quickness, and the starting defense there is only one guy that is over 20 0 lbs.. >> and that is pretty light in this day and age. >> yes. then what is the best part of your team? >> the strength is our skills, the wide receiver, we can match it really well. >> and hopefully, our skills. >> and with his college coach putting 19 hours a day what is your limit? >> i am up at 5:00 a.m., a year, 7:00 p.m. >> mary? >> no.
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