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vargas/resident i feel that this could be handled better. we attended a meeting last year when they were talking about bringing the park here. and then there was no mention about the trees, absolutely no mention. and they designed a playground right underneath the tree. that is what the issue is at this point. the officials are saying it's going to get tree droppings where the children are. we are saying is what city park doesn't have trees with droppings.they are both classified as heritage trees and do have some protections under the law that help preserve such old trees. but according to the city, there are exceptions.. such as when they get in the way of public services or facilities. but residents say.. what is a park without these trees.stephen seymour/resident we'd like for the trees to stay. we have neighbors here who said they're willing to care for the trees and that the trees mean a lot to them. so we started sending emails and we actually put up a petition to save the trees. the city is going to build this park and put smaller trees there. but this tree has been living there for over a 100 years sandra perez-vargas/resident these trees are heritage trees. they've lived here. they've been here longer than us. they should have the right to be here long after we're
gone. residents say.. they're not giving up until the city backs down.sandra perez- vargas/resident and we'll be able to teach our children a huge lesson. and we'll out children. if you believe in fight for it. if it's a living being you fight for it. if it's a creature, you fight for it. you don't allow someone to kill something just because it's an inconvenience. (hermela aregawi)we reached out to the city manager connie jackson and she tells us.. aware of the interest expressed by some of the residents.. and that there is no current schedule for the removal of the trees. for clarification on whether that means they would not be removed. the response.. that they will be in touch with the residents. reporting live in san bruno. hermela aregawi. kron 4 news. 4 news. (justine) the ferguson fire is growing in size tonight. the wildfire just west of yosemite has burned nearly 23-thousand acres. it is only 7- percent contained tonight. and there are mandatory evacuations in place for several areas. sme is also another big problem. it is lowering visibility and
hurting air quality in the yosemite valley. lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week.
(grant) san jose police have solved the mystery of the naked cyclist on highway 101. san jose police found him walking on north king road yesterday. police say he was wearing only a shirt. police said the man was had mental health issues... and was taken to a local hospital. police did not disclose his name. (grant) now to a big story we've been following for you since last night.. hungreds mourn the loss of 17 people killed when a duck boat capsized in missouri. (justine) emergency dive crews have now pulled the last bodies out of table rock lake.(grant)and as camila bernal reports...a survivors is explaining the terrifying moments as the boat sank. sot tia coleman duck boat survivor"i couldn't see anybody. i couldn't hear
anything. i could hear screams. it felt like i was out there on my own. and i was yelling and screaming and finally i said lord, just let me die."summer fun turns to tragedy in america's heartland. seventeen people are now confirmed dead, including nine members of one family, after a duck boat carrying 31, capsized in table rock lake near branson, missouri...a town known for family fun and one of america's most popular summer vacation destinations.you've obably seen these duck boats at popular tourist spots across the country. they drive on land, and cruise in water. but this time bystanders on another boat helpless.sot"oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my
gosh! oh no. oh no! somebody needs to help them!" missouri governor mike parson is determined to find answers... as the coast guard and national transportation safety board conduct investigations. sot earl weener ntsb "we will not be determining the probable cause while we are here on scene. we can expect to have a preliminary factual report in a couple of weeks to a month."in branson, missouri, i'm camila bernal. (justine) (justine) (justine) we have team
coverage on this story: the branson tragedy is just the latest in a string of deadly incidents that have taken dozens of lives. the first happened nearly 20 years ago in arkansas. in 1999, one of the ducks sprung a leak on a lake near hot springs,thirteen of the 21 people on board died, including three children.the ntsb says they wwere trappened by the vehicle's canopy.natin 2010, stunned tourists are pulled from the delaware river after a stalled duck boat
is run down by a barge.two tourists from hungary were killed.the barge operator admitted he was distracted by his laptop and cell phone. three years later ... more tourists in the water.a london duck boat burst into flames on the river thames .. forcing all 28 people on board to swim for safety.there were no
serious injuries.natthen three years ago ... another deadly mishap ... a duck boat driver careened into oncoming traffic on a seattle bridge.he crashed into a charter bus filled with students from overseas.five of them were killed. (justine) san francisco used to have its own ride-the- duck tours. it ended three years ago ... but not because of any accidents. the company says it was not making enough money. (grant) in the bay area: more and more people are getting to and from work on the water. kron 4's dan kerman explains the safety measures in place... on all those ferry boats. if you're a regular on the san francisco bay ferry you are in good company, the system carries 10-thousand people a day.. and safety is a key priority.sot keith stahnke/sf bay ferry-weta 23- 31our vessels exceed coast guard requirements for safety equipment.the 13 vessels in the fleet vary in size, but
not in safety sytems... rafts to accomodate more than the total passenger load are standard, as are life jackets which can be found under seats and in cabinets. sot keith stahnke/sf bay ferry-weta 23- 31in over 25 years of operation we ahve never had any of thse equipment deplyed by ferries on sf bayadditional safety system can be found here sotwe have advance communication and navigation equipment we have monitoring system to detect for fire smoke and engine conditionsbut ferry operations manager keith stahanke says being safe is more than equipment. while the boats are designed to tackle all kinds of weather on the bay, there are times in the winter when winds and tides prove to be too much, and service suspended. but not all that often sotwe typically cancel one or two service trips a yearstandup dan kerman/sf 108-118and when it comes to safety it is more apt for a ferry to come to the aid of another vessel because on the bay they are also trained as first responders. in sf dan kerman kron 4 news. (grant) we first told you about the deadly missouri boat
accident with a push alert last night on our mobile app. stay connected on breaking news by downloading it today (justine) we now have an update on a badminton coach arrested for sexual assaut on the peninsula. the academy where he worked has released a statement responding to his arrest. we first brought you this story last night... and according to the santa clara sherriff's office, the coach... khan-kham malay- thong.... was found in a park with one of his underage students...sitting in his brand new maserati s-u-v. he was arrested and charged with sexual assault.(justine) the synergy badminton academy in menlo park responded today saying " malay-thong, is no longer employed with the organization." they went on to say in the statement that "synergy will not tolerate behavior that jeopardizes the well-being of people enrolled in badminton training at the academy." (grant) a suspected bank robber was found dead in southern california today. officials say the suspect robbed a bank at gunpoint in goleta before he was found dead from a single gun shot wound in a nail salon
bathroom. authorities believe the gunman is the "faux badge gunman is the "faux badge bandit" wanted in connection to multiple bank robberies in the state. the f-b-i has in the state. the f-b-i has been searching for the suspect since may. at this point, investigators believe the bank robber and the deceased man are the same person, but have not confirmed the link. (grant)happening right now: the rugby world cup is underway and the international event is being hosted right here at at&t park in san francisco (justine) it's the first time the international event is being hosted in the united states. kron4's ella sogomonian was there and met with ecstatic fans she joins us now live in the newsroom...ella how did the u.s. do so far? both men and women's teams are competing on the same field this weekend... just a few minutes ago the u.s. men's team won 35 to zero against wales and earlier the
women blew russia out of the water 33 to 17 and china 38 to seven. (nats:crowd cheering)fans filled up at&t park friday night for day 1 of the rugby world cup sevens.24 men's and 16 women's teams are competing from 28 countries.they play seven minute halves with seven people on each side of the field so it moves very quickly. sot: stephanie martin, rugby world cup sevens organizer// "so it's quick, fast , furious lots of running, lot's of scoring, but very short matches. and so, fans are getting to come in see their favorite team, cheer for other countries. it's been an exciting atmosphere with a lot of fan excitement throughout the day."it's a knock out pool and if you lose you go into a challenge bowl if you win you get to compete in the world cup.this is the first time the international event is hosted in the united states.rugby fans from all over the globe flew here to watch. sot: omollo obongo, fan from kenya// "so the rugby event has bee nso ecstatic. the games have been
unbelievably awesome. of course, san francisco is very good in terms of tourism, i mean i'm looking forward to going into all the touristic sites."and for locals they say it was a chance to meet the travelers that came from far and wide to be here.sot: stephanie fackrell, local fan// "it exposes other people that are flying from other countries to san franciso and it also allows people from san francisco to meet people from other countries and i think it's amazing."the women's finals are on saturday and the men's finals are held on sunday.three day passes have sold out but single day tickets are still available. tag and if you tag and if you can't make it to at&t park, you can check out how your favorite teams are doing on the r-w-c sevens app . live in the newsroom ella sogomonian kron 4 news. and if you (grant)coming up: the use of an emjoi on an eviction notice is gaining a lot of negative attention online. why the apartment managers say they were just doing their job. (justine)plus: the reopening of one of san francisco's
service into their community. (justine) those against it say the business will disrupt traffic and potentially cause sanitation issues. kron four's philippe djegal shows us the proposed site. (philippe) camp bow wow has it's eyes set on this building and lot on alcosta boulevard in san ramon. in april, the dog care business applied for a minor-use permit to open up here. the city staff report on the application says the building could house up to 125 dogs at a time. with services including overnight boarding, day care, grooming and training... and, some neighbors are concerned about the sanitiation, noise and parking issues that may result in the application being approved.no name/neighbor- "as you can see that the, its really uh narrow road, and all when there's gonna turn a dog daycare, there's already have like illegal parkings." this woman is raising a young family in the condo she shares next door to the lot with her husband.no name/neighbor- "the
smell is definitely another, another thing that i concerned." but not all neighbors are against the business, which already has facilities in concord and livermore... it would stay open 24-hours a day, seven-days a week.tc cagle/neighbor- "we live in america, where it's a capitolistic country, and you can actually have freedom to have your business, any business you want." the staff report says the dogs would stay inside at all times with the exception of a fenced outdoor area in the back. debbie chamberlain is the community development director for the city of san ramon. thursday, the city zoning administrator held a hearing open to the public to discuss the application.debbie chamberlain/administrator- "and, so at the next hearing, um, the application could be approved, it could be denied or it can be continued to a subsequent meeting still for additional information."no name/neighbor- "it's just not right." the next public meeting is scheduled for august 16th. in san ramon, philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) the re-opening of "julius' castle".....one of san francisco's oldest restaurants..... has been delayed by a lawsuit. kron4's maureen kelly talked
to those on all sides of the legal battle. after being closed for 10 years....the historic restaurant perched high on telegraph hill had been inching closer to reopening.....until this new legal setback. the planning commission allowed the new owner of nearly 100 year old hot spot an exemption so he could skip getting an enviromental review....that move brought a lawsuit against the city from a neighborhood group called the friends of montgomery street..alledgiing the granting that exemption violated the california environmental quality act.one of those neighbors behind the suit told me by phone that he thinks city officials helping this restauarnt reopen are more motivated by nostalgia than what's right..he for one does not look back on when julius' castle was open as the good old days.there was a tremendous amount of traffic going back hundreds of cars a day trucks coming earlier in the morning and then noise up until around midnight. now the restaurant was already there what was open in the 1920s or something it goes way back. when it was open there was no
such thing as an environmental impact report, the california environmental quality act which regulates all these things had not yet been passed had anyone tried to open a restaurant from scratch given the present legal situation it would never get approvedthe new owner, who says it's taken six years and millions of dollars to get the restaurant ready to once again says he has no plans to give up.i've had literally hundreds of people people talk about having a prom hear their first date here there for his job interview it's endless every time i meet people who are all-time san francisco they have some special memory here and i want to keep that alivea spokesperson for the city attorney calls the lawsuit baseless and a classic case of nimbyism....a hearing is set for november...the new owner says he plans have julius's castle back open sometime this year.maureen kelly kron4 news lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s kron4 newsmaureen kelly this year.maureen kelly kron4 news lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s
inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week. next week. temperatures round of hot bring another bay ares to back in to the bay ares to
(justine) police say a healdsburg man got car jacked after arranging a sexual encounter online. the 32 year old man had a woman meet him at her business on stony point and sebastopol roads in santa rosa on wednesday. the two agreed to go to a hotel when another man got in the car...and punched the victim...and pointed a gun at him. the victim then got out of the car and ran, the man and woman drove away in
the honda accord. police were able to recover the car in san pablo...and are still looking for the spepects...both white...both in their mid-30's. the victim has a head injury after getting punched. (grant)new at ten: the trump administration has reunited at least 450 families separated at the border with children 5 and older, including almost 100 just overnight.but there are still roughly 1,900 who need to be reunified or ruled ineligible by next thursday. a government attorney warned "some complicated issues" will pop up in the coming week. close to 250 parents have already been ruled out -- most because they declined reunification and the rest because of criminal records or other concerns.the government has yet to provide a figure for how many were sent back to their home countries without their children.still, at a court hearing this afternoon, the federal judge in california who last month
ordered the government to put back together the families it had separated at the border said he was very pleased with how things are going. (grant)coming up: a san francisco business 67 years old has reopened. the improvements owners made after it was destroyed in a fire earlier this month. (justine)and next: a waitress who defended her self agaisnt a customer who inappriorately touched her is getting some backlash. plus: all new police body camera video has been released of that customers arrest.
media trolls taking issue with her outfit. (grant)plus: all new police body camera video of the aftermath of the incident has been released. from our partners at inside edition diane macinerney has more. the waitress hailed as a hero for taking down a guy who rudely grabbed her behind is now being shamed by social media trolls taking issue with the short shorts and crop top she was wearing at the time. "puts it all on display then goes absolutely berserk when some drunk guy takes the bait," was one rude comment. "wen who walk around half naked are clearly looking for male attention so why act like that when they get it?" was another.emilia holden, of savannah, georgia, has now been forced to fight back and defend herself yet again. you have every right to stand up for yourself regardless of what you are wearing," she told inside edition. "where i work it's like 100 degrees. it's savannah. i also work at a pizza restaurant where it's like an oven."police have now released bodycam footage showing the arrest of her accused groper, ryan cherwinski.despite cherwinski's claims that he only brushed by the waitress as he passed her, police saw differently after viewing surveillance footage from inside the restaurant.despite the shaming, holden says overall response to the smackdown of the unruly
customer has been empowering. her boss was quoted as saying, "we're all proud." holden weighs just 115 pounds. her accused groper is 170 pounds and since the incident, which took place on june 30, she has been taking jiu-jitsu lessons. "i've gotten a lot of messages from people telling me how they showed their daughters and how proud of me everyone is," she told inside edition. "it's really empowering and inspiring. i got a lot of messages from parents saying they've shown their daughters, they think i'm a hero it's very rewarding and reassuring." (grant)in a recent reassuring."rewarding and reassuring."
(grant)in a recent survey 65- percent of women say they have been harrassed. (justine)in that same sty- 4 out of 10 say they were on the receiving end of unwanted touching. (grant)coming up: two survivors of the parkland florida shooting.. facing a new tradegy. surviellance video of moments just before their father was shot and killed. (justine)plus: business is booming for a 12-year-old who had the cops called on him for mowing the wrong lawn.. how he is taking the positive attention and inspiring others. (grant)and next: a website domain mix-up. the scary requests one bay area business received from potential customers. (lawrence)tease the ten at ten
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sotbob innis is reading a disturbing email that he just received at his website rent-a-hitman.com. the problem is innis is not actually a hitman. he is currently a computer data recovery specialist from novato. back in 2005 he and his college buddies started a computer network intrusion detection business. they named it...rent a hit mansothe parted ways with is buddies. the rent-a-hitman.com website was dormant for three years. in 2008 he decided to check the email in box and found hundreds of messages from people who were not interested in his netweork intrusion skillsnat/sot haaziqin this field where they give a description it gets a little
dicey?sotwhen he realized people from all over the world were looking to hire him or join the hitman business he did two things. he put a disclaimer on the site making it clear that hit man is a play on words sot the second thing he did was reach out to law enforcement to give them a heads up about the messages he was receiving. i contacted a deputy in augusta county virgina who confirmed they are actively working a conspiracy to solicite first degree murder case. the tip came from the rent-a-hitman websitesot however just in case anyone out there still thinks innis is a real hit mansotwho will put you behind bars...in novato haaziq madyun kron4news
(grant) new at ten: the father of two students who survived the parkland, florida school shooting was shot and killed. police have released surveillance footage of the robbery and are looking for a male suspect seen in the video. those who knew ali say he was a generous soul who helped anyone he could.nicole linsalata reports. this is the last person ayub ali would ever see -- a man he thought was a customer in his store, aunt molly's food store, in north lauderdale --
until the young man in a knit cap stuck a gun in ali's back and apparently demanded money. unidentified speaker: "he didn't even resist or at all -- took the money just ."but first there is conversation behind the counter.ali opens the register and it appears the robber puts money in his pocket.unidentified speaker: "they take him money and take him in the office room side. you see that on the video.the two walk to the back office but both emerge just a few seconds later.detectives say the robber leaves but moments later he returns and takes ali back to the office. investigators say that's where he shot him.surveillance video shows him walking out headed north in the shopping plaza. aunt molly's -- still open. unidentified speaker: "because he's my friend last 24 years - the same time we had come this country and i work. everybody knows him. everybody cried. you see the flower. you see the candle outside."a card left outside says in part 'i'm sorry i have to write this to you. it hurts my heart. you were part of my life growing
up.' unidentified speaker: "i've been to his house. i know his wife, all his kids - it feels strange. i'm waiting on him to come to his door and he's never going to come." unidentified speaker: "i feel sorry for his kids and his wife. and i just pray for peace and for them - but i'm going to miss him though."
lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week. (justine) tonight -- vice president mike pence is defending president trump's decision to invite russian president vladimir putin to the white house.(grant) the vice president sat down with our white house correspondent mark meredith for a one on one interview...here's what he had to say... in an interview you will only see on kron 4..
nat: "mr. vice president...thanks for taking the time to speak with us..." in a one-on-one interview...vice president mike pence told me president trump's decision to invite russian president vladmir putin to a second summit in washington is about promoting peace..... "president trump is absolutely determined to see if we could improve our relationship with russia...the vice president says the world's two biggest nuclear powers need to be talking to each other...many in congress say the president has been too soft on putin and russia. but the vice president disagrees...."we'll be very clear, we won't tolerate a malign influence by russia...." this weekend the vice president is traveling to tennessee and georgia.two states where farmers and manufacturers are already losing money and jobs because of the president's trade battles with china and our allies in europe, canada, and mexico..mark nat: "is the white house going to be able to stay on this path..or are you guys looking to change course""we have every confidence in the days ahead...that we'll be able to make real progress, whether it be in nafta that's make significant progress in recent months, or re-negotiating our trade relationship with the eu"//o"our message to people
across the country is...be confident"on america's immigration battles.....the vice president says it's up to congress to act.but he hints the president intends to put the pressure on lawmakers this fall..."there will be another round of spending bills, i can assure you the president is going to continue to fight"the vice president will be spending the next several weeks on the road....in an effort to promote the president's accomplishments and agenda... to of the midterm elections.in washington, i'm mark meredith. (justine) proposition 6 is shaping up to be one of the larger ballot initiative battles come november. prop six would repeal the gas tax. but it's also becoming about the money. more than 17-mlion dollars have been contributed to the prop six battle with nearly 15-million raised to keep the tax.
the revenue from the gas tax is meant to maintain roads and bridges. but those supporting the repeal say more cash will be in the hands of families if the curent 12-cent gas tax -- is repealed. those opposing the initiative say the current 65-hundred transportation projects will come to a grinding hault because of the lack of funds. (grant) the golden gate park golf course has re-opened after a the clubhouse was destroyed in a fire earlier this month. the clubhouse was built in 1951 and was removed just over a week ago. a temporary unit has been put in it's place. all operations are now open however food service is limited. the fire happened in the middle of the night, back on july 2nd at the west end of the park. the san francisco fire department continues to investigate the cause of the two-alarm fire. (grant)an update to a story we first brought you right here on kron 4 news at ten: a 12 year old business owner in
ohio life has changed for the better. (justine) that is after someone called the police on him for mowing the grass of the wrong poperty. reporter tara molina explains although his business is booming.. he has bigger plans for the future. ánats a whole lot has changed...ánats ...since a neighbor called police on reggie fields claiming he was on their property and not the lawn he was hired to mow..."i haven't got this much support in a long time."...since he first shared his story with us..."my life has changed."but reggie, still the same 12-year-old boy."a lot of people get stuff and they change and he hasn't." determined. motivated. and now, happy to help áothers... "i want to encourage other kids to do the same thing. stay out of trouble."with all of support he's seen from folks across the globe. "california, canada, afghanistan, argentina. everywhere. people have been donating from everywhere."at first, a little overwhelming... "i cried the first day."áthis started showing up on the fields' maple heights doorstep the day after our story aired.
and it just kept coming."i got all them clippers from another company."lawn equipment, business cards, promotional materials, donations, t-shirts and more.ánatsand business is booming.reggie has already grown his crew, to keep up...his mom brandy..."i'm like his mom secretary. a momatary."...outside of her regular job...now taking them to jobs all over the area. "maple, garfield, bedford, warrensville."brandy told me they'll put at least half the money earned, donations, and thousands still untouched on gofundme, away for college. because reggie already has big plans..."what do you want to study?" "business. all business.""succeeding, going to college and making something of myself." coming upso my next set of directions was go out and drive it for 4 miles without stopping something to mix it around..i'm hoping we won't have to add a new discamer to bottles of fix a flat ... or stop signs i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly behaving badly people edition of the next i'll explain in the next i'll explain in myself."something of and making going to college "succeeding, going to college and making something of myself."
is never pleasant..but some feel the wording of a eviction notice in tennessee added insult to injury,(grant) take a look... the notice had a smiling emoji that says "guess who's moving?" you! along with "we've called, we'ved texted and sent emails...so pay your rent or bring those keys." the notice was taken down eventually. and the resident did end up moving out. one official at the apartment complex says the approach may be bold...but collectors have a process to follow.to follow. the bay bridge series continues on the other side of the all star break... the a's have been red hot this last month one of best teams in baseball... needing to keep that momentum going...eric
byrnes an a's fan favorite at the game today... known for the cycle he hit in this series in 2003...racing the mascots, diving for the finish there...ryder jones called up for brandon belt.. launches this one deep to right field, off the pole.. take another look at that... edwin jackson can't believe it.. first homer this season...giants up 2-1dereck rodriguez... 2-8-9 era coming into this game... solid night strikes out a pair in the bottom of the 5th... allows 3 hits 1 run 5 strikeouts over 6 and a third...---top 7 giants up 2-1.. pablo sandoval... solo shot down right off edwin jackson... 2 for 3 on the night.. giants win 5-1###
reports swirling tonight that the oakland a's are in the hunt for jeurys familia from the mets.. beat writer susan sussler with the report tonight...the a's may have been red hot lately.... but they know they need to improve their starting rotation... and add to their bullpen leading up to the trade deadline... the righty, familia has a 2-8-8 e-r-a... and 17 saves this season.. he has 123 career saves with the mets... reportedly no deals are in place and other teams are still in the mix.. it's the final season for the raiders in oakland...and raiders fans were out in strong numbers as the team gets ready for camp..their new head coach.. throwing quite the party today...gruden and raider nation out at rickey's sports bar in san leandro...it was a party that gruden and the raiders wanted to thank the fans for their loyalty..plenty of food , games, and d-j mike gruden on the turn tables..and jon gruden with a few words for raider nation "i don't want to
make a lot of promises, but we have one hell of a quarterback in derek carr. the other thing i can promise you our center and our two guards are as good as anyone two guards are as center and our two guards are as good as anyone in football. we are going to find a way to get khalil mack back". the open championship continues and zach johnson looking like he's poised to win another one in scotland.. zach johnson won it back in 2015, he's sharing the overnight lead with his house mate for the week.... kevin kisner who is on the hunt for his first major victory.... round 2...rainy day on the course.... never good for golf.. fans hanging in there... tiger woods on the fifth..making up for a few bogeys....his longest birdie putt... finishes even at 71 makes the cut... 6 back from the lead... tied at 29...--- zach johnson.. after his only bogey on 1... he was solid...
5 birdies today including this one...holding onto the lead on 18 .... 30 foot putt on the money... finished 6 under, 67 today...--but... kevin kisner....on 14 from the bunker... sets up his birdie putt... ties it up with johnson at 6 under ... to share the lead... wonder if they'll be talking at the dinner table tonight...### world cup rugby at at&t park... usa men's and women's teams both advancing tonight... (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast. lawrence lawrence karnow: it
was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more
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