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electronics and we're looking at doing a hull assessment. >> reporter: the coast guard says all of that responsibility is clear. >> the captains of the vessels themselves are responsible really for the safe navigation of their own vessel. >> reporter: an independent agency, the national inspection board is also taking a look at this incident. a kind of air traffic control for ships entering and leaving the bay. perched atop yerba buena island has a sensor, everyone satellites but what is its authority? >> advise us to the conditions inside the bay and as well as they'll arrange traffic. >> reporter: as we learned the coasted guard has much more authority than just advising. the coast guard's own website says it may also direct ships to do specific things when there's an obvious and immediately dangerous condition of which the participant is not
or does not seem to be aware. so the vessel tracking service will heavily figure into the investigation of this collision. >> they do take months, i will tell you that. to go over the data. >> reporter: no question if they had eyes on that ship. coming up i'll show you one of the most sophisticated ship simulators to show you how visibility yesterday was very much affected. tom vacar,. we also spent the day dig into the bar pilot's past as well as into bar pilot logs. we'll show you what we discovered coming up. a teenager pled not guilty to deadly crash chargeless. 19-year-old david morales is accused of shooting at three people then leading police to a chase which ended when morales crashed his car at 21st street and south van nuys avenue. two people were killed in the
crash. one person suffered serious injuried. morales attorney called the crash a tragic accident. >> my condolences to the family. this is a tragedy for the two people that died and the one that was seriously hurt. >> reporter: police say morales is a known gang member but have not disclosed his criminal records. police have set bail at $10 million. a san francisco man is behind bars facing attempted murder charges. he's accused of dousing his girlfriend with gasoline then setting her on fire. police arrested 22-year-old dexter oliver at an oakland motel last night. oliver's boyfriend star lamra remained at the burn unit in st. francis hospital in critical condition. antioch police are searching for four men. police say the suspects were all in their 20s that they rushed into the shell station on loan treeway about 3:30 this morning. what they were after was beer and you can see some of the broken bodless there in the parking lot. the clerk tried to stop them and that's when the four men beat him up. police say the men didn't take
any money, they only made off with the beer. we told you yesterday here at 5:00 how the fbi is taking over the search of remains of victims of the speed killers. and today ken pritchett is live with why the fbi may be taking over that case. >> reporter: early last year shermantine threw out this map and pointed at this area. where the fbi is digging right now is not in that exact same location but they say it may not matter. it was not expected that the fbi would find anything today it could take weeks to hit bottom. it is unclear if there are any remains in this well. the victims of death row inmate wesley shermantine and the now
deceased herzog. >> this is where wesley told us in march of last year where to dig. >> reporter: leonard padilla and ron dick have been in contact with shermantine who provided them this map. >> as far as places to dig in that area, there's probably 20 to 30 wells and i bet you you can find a body down in any well. >> reporter: police believe shermantine and herzog killed dozens of people in the 90s. two women were identified. that well was about a half a mile west on flood road of the new well that the fbi began excavating yesterday morning. but on shermantine's map he pointed to a well he says contains numerous remains a well west of a small bridge. a different well from where the fbi is now digging. but both bounty hunters say it shouldn't matter. >> there was a phrase that was said they were filling up with bodies so much that they had to
keep going to different wells. so i think pretty wherever you throw a shovel you're going to be okay. >> reporter: right now you should see a live view from a chopper above the dig site where the fbi is still excavating, according to the fbi by the end of operations today when the sun goes down, they expected to have about a 10-foot deep hole there as part of their site preparations. they expect those site preparations to continue tomorrow and that the sifting out the dirt by hand, the actual investigation to begin shortly thereafter. near linden, ken pritchett. today governor jerry brown spoke publicly for the first time about his prostate cancer diagnosis and his long term outlook. >> i'm ready to go, and don't expect me to leave too soon. >> the governor said he has completed radiation treatments for what doctors say was
localized early stage prostate cancer. the 74-year-old governor underwent treatment during the holidays and both the governor and his doctors say his prognosis is good. what's being called a significant plumbing problem left an entire hospital in berkeley without water this afternoon. the code orange situation began about 1:00 this afternoon at alta base hospital. bottled water was handed out to patients and staff but some patients were calling the ktvu newsroom complaining that they didn't have water to irrigate wounds. some surgeries were also postponed. crews were seen digging outside but it's not clear what caused the problem. it is supposed to be fixed though by right about now. investigators say the petaluma teen found dead in south tahoe appears to have taken off her ski jacket and became disoriented while walking. alyssa byrne was found last friday. she had attempted to walk in
freezing weather to a hotel in state line nevada. at this point they'll try to determine if drugs or alcohol were a factor in her death. a spokesman for the oakland unified district says it will be at least a week until their district building reopened after there had been a flood there. someone accidentally left a tap on in a custodian closet overnight. the flood caused cig -- significant damage and most employees will be working from home for the rest of the week. there was a glimmer of hope this morning for a gay boy scout who's trying to earn his eagle scout rank. it's a story that has gained a
lot of attention. >> reporter: ryan andresin put up this tolerance wall. but today he found out he will not be achieving his goal and there are no appeals left. hundreds of people signed this petition asking the boys of america to allow an openly gay teen to reach the goal of eagle scout. >> this is ridiculous. >> reporter: ryan's application was -- four people on the board signed ryan's application, his family and supporters thought they had won. >> we were told last week that the council was going to approve this and send this on. >> reporter: but this morning his family found out they would not receive the votes needed.
when we asked why, the boy scouts sent us this message. his father says that his son has never denied his lutheran faith. >> somehow they decided that anybody that's gay does not subscribe to a duty to god. i don't know. >> reporter: i asked the spokesman from the boy scouts of america if sexual orientation is an issue when evaluating a scout's quote duty to god. i'll have his response coming up at 6:00. live in moraga, allie rasmus. a daily city woman known for the organization called parent, family and friends of lesbians and gay died at her home today. gene manford began her advocacy work by marching right along her gay son morty in the liberation march in new york
city. that was the precursor to the gay pride parade. and her message was, parents of gay, unit in support of our children. jana katsuyama live now in pittsburg with why neighbors say they were surprised. >> reporter: there's not a lot of these incidents here in the pittsburg. take a look across the street. police are still here around the apartment. there is yellow crime tape at the area where the stabbing happened. now the police officers just told me a few minutes ago that this happened when a resident apparently heard somebody fiddling with his front door. he then looked through the peephole and saw that there was somebody outside. here's some video from the scene. police say that the resident went to get a firearm but the suspect had already gone
inside. there was a scuffle between the two. the residents gun was dropped as well as the suspect dropped a gun which was later determined to be a replica. that's when the suspect grabbed a gun and the resident stabbed the suspect in the neck and the suspect ended up dying here at the scene. neighbors tell us that they were just shocked. >> yeah i was home all day and i didn't hear anything. yeah i didn't hear anything. >> are they usually quiet over there? >> yeah, they're quiet they're quiet. every now and then you hear the kid playing around but that's about it. >> reporter: i just learned that the intruder is being identified, he is a 50-year-old pittsburg resident with an extensive criminal record. they also tell me there might be some other suspects in this attempted home invasion and so they are out there trying to work these leads. i'm going to be talking to the lieutenant as soon as we're off the air and get more information and bring it back when we're online at 7:00 for
bay area news on tv 36. for now we're reporting from pittsburg, jana katsuyama, channel 2 news. an insurance company that was bailed out by taxpayers may sue the federal government. aig paid back its $182 billion taxpayer bail out and now according to the new york times, the company's board will meet tomorrow to consider joining a $25 billion shareholder lawsuit against the u.s. government. the lawsuit claims the government's rescue deprived aig shareholders of billions of the dollars and took private property for public use without appropriate compensation. on wall street, another tough day for the markets as investors eye the first earnings report from the first quarter. the dow was down 55.5 points, the nasdaq dropped by seven and the s & p500 was down by 4.4. clinton is set to tiff --
testify in front of the committee. secretary clinton had been scheduled to testify last month but fell during an illness and suffered a concussion. she was then hospital ized for a blood clot. the 22nd is the day after the president's inauguration and is the first day the senate returns after a two daybreak. there's a possibility no american troops will remain in afghanistan after the end of combat in december 2014. the white house is considered a range of options for troop levels after 2014. that's one of them but the administration appears to favor keeping fewer than 10,000 troops there. a deputy national security advisor said the u.s. goal is not necessarily to keep troops there but to fight terrorists. afghan president karzai arrives to speak to leaders. san francisco leaders are sworn in. why two women backed away from
their bid to lead the board of supervisors. and back here in just a few minutes it's getting cool out there. even a chance for some sprinkles when i come back a detailed time line when the showers could begin and when the cold air gets here. some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will.
ah! woof! some things will. an unusual start to the new year for the san francisco board of supervisors as the group elected its leader. david stevenson live in the city with the outpouring of emotion that came after that vote. >> reporter: weeks of speculation led to some drama at city hall and a discussion about race, gender and leadership. moments after a judge swore in returning and new supervisors the drama began. >> i would like to nominate
kim. a tenacious, strong woman of color. >> reporter: they nominated each other against chufuls -- against chu. the women had usually gone against each other on politics. >> leadership lives and breathes without all of us. >> reporter: the last female board president served from 1997 to 1999. political analysts say it quickly became clear neither woman could muster the six votes needed to take the slot. >> mr. president i would like to respectfully withdraw my nomination. >> audience members groped as both women withdrew their nominations before the board. >> i hope women will become more inspired. >> it was important that we put
the dialogue out there. it was something that a lot of members had brought forward to have a woman president. >> and supervisors must now negotiate with him for some committee positions. reporting live, david stevenson, ktvu there are also a few new faces. london breed is a new face in district five which includes the western division. she was voted in by camala harris. she says that one of her top priorities is to improve the quality of life for children who live in those same housing projects today. the san carlos airport is back open after an accident involving a small plane yesterday morning. that single engine plain coming in from los angeles landed too fast and rolled right off the end of the runway. the plane then got stuck in the mud. fortunately the two people on board were not injured. it happened about 10:00 a.m. enshut down airport down for --
10:00 a.m. and shut down the airport for two hours. tom turlochson unveiled a report that emphasizes critical thinking skills over multiple choice. this new way of testing is expected to be -- to be rolled out in the 2014 and 2015 school year. rocket ship charter school has been working for years to build a new facility on a vacant lot this one here it's city owned north of the tamian light rail station. the 1-1/2 million price tag for rocket ship would pay for the land to build a public park and soccer field on near by city land but not everyone is on board with that idea. >> first of all is that the right site for that kind of
dense urban style school. and the second question is this the best deal the city can get for the use of that land. >> we have the achievement gap here between students and i think that rocket ship education will help us close that achievement gap. >> reporter: the issue goes to the sitting planning commission tomorrow. if it's approved by both panel, it then goes to the planning board of education for a zoning exemption january 23rd. a humane society worker spotted a mountain lion last night about 6:00. sheriff deputies were called out to the 800 block of portola road. but by the time they got there it appears the animal had left the area. city workers worked to fill 500 sandbags today in east palo alto. shovel full by shovel full crews loaded the sandbags. they'll be placed along san
francis creek tomorrow. the creek flooded last month during heavy rainstorms. we are just about to start peeling some pretty big changes weather wise. let's go now to our chief meteorologist bill martin. >> not a rain event but cold air event. there'll be some snow flurries on the bay area peaks. but the real impact will be the very cold air and the origins of this storm. cold storm do not bring a lot of moisture typically and this one is no exception. this system dropping over gulf of alaska and drops down here. when it comes down here there's a chance for sprinkles. i'll show you that on the computer model coming up. but we're going to look at as we enter tomorrow night thursday morning and into friday morning the overnight lows are going to be downright frosty in the 20s in some of the coldest spots. that's sort of the headline with this very, very cold air about to fill in the bay area.
50 in napa right now. it's 49 -- that's kind of chilly right. 49 in concord right now. it's chilly out there already. tonight is going to be chilly but not like thursday morning into friday morning. wednesday morning as well. temperatures will be cooler than today. these were the highs for today, 53 in concord. not really warm but warmer than they have been. temperatures now start to trend down. highs tonight in the 50s. highs as they get into the next several days. overnight lows tonight with patchy valley fog. 40 in antioch, why isn't it going to be at freezing levels tonight or just above freezing. high clouds are coming in. those high clouds kind of blanket us. those high clouds are in advance of very cold air. we get into wednesday morning, the cold air is really going to be in place without the clouds then it gets cold. so the computer model, tonight starts to fill in. those are the high clouds. they will keep us above
freezing but still chilly. mostly cloudy, you see those light sprinkles. it's in the area. up here that's the back edge and that's where the cold air lies. cold front basically distinguishes the cold air behind it from the warm air in front of it. it slides through and the cold air will move in behind it. we'll talk about the forecasted lows around the area. we'll talk more about the shower possibilities perhaps snow on the bay area peaks we'll talk about that. and your five forecast with the weekend in view. from survivors to activists. on the second anniversary of her shooting giffords and her husband are launching a new initiative. what the turning point was for the couple. why this hospital has been forced to set up a tent outside to treat patients. what's making so many people there sick. new at 6:00, we go high tech to explore why a tanker bumped the bay bridge. >> this is what the bay bridge looks like with a quarter mile
visibility and we're much closer than a quarter of a mile. >> and a bay area neighborhood turns into a junk yard. we'll tell you why the homeowner has not been forced to clean up this mess. >> we'll show you how the city plans to change sidewalk streets and ambience downtown. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios
we've been telling you about how bad the flu season is hitting dozens of states pretty bad. it's so bad in pennsylvania a hospital has set up a tent outside the building to treat flu patients. there's six beds and the tent triage station was open for business this morning. the hospital is in near philadelphia and has seen a flood of patients and they say if this trend continues they plan to set up more tents. it was two years ago that
giffords was shot in a mass shooting in arizona. >> reporter: newtown connecticut, portland oregon, aurora, colorado, there's been more than 10 mass shootings since january 8, 2007. when a gunman opened fire in tucson arizona. >> my 6-year-old daughter was killed in a mass shooting in arizona. i have one question for lawmakers, when are you going to do something about gun violence. >> reporter: arizona senator giffords was also shot. the massacre in newtown connecticut was a decisive moment. >> how was newtown? >> it brought back a lot of memories about what that was like. so two years ago today. and you hope that this kind of thing doesn't happen again.
and you know what it does happen again. >> reporter: their goal is to get elected officials to do more, to prevent gun violence nationwide. it's an initiative similar to president obama's task force headed by joe biden. it's expected to lay out recommendations as early as the end of the month. but such efforts face opposition. some believe getting rid of guns will not keep citizens safe. >> you have a first amendment there's a second amendment. but guns do not kill people, we just had two murders my office investigated by knives. should we take all the knives away. i mean where do you draw the line. >> reporter: questions leaders are searching to answer. sandra endo, ktvu news. a fisher price baby seat is being recalled due to mold. fisher price's newborn rocking seat is being recalled after
mold was reported. at least 16 infants have been treated for medical problems including respiratory issues. for more information on what to look for specifics on the seat and what to do if you have one, go to our website ktvu.com and look under web links. one day after a tanker hit the bay bridge, we investigate a controversy over bar pilots work log. >> feeding duck, geese and other california wildlife, a new campaign to get them to stop. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy
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who was charged with getting the ship safely out to sea. and industry crews say why the bar pilot's association is hiding important information. john fowler investigated bar pilot logs and fatigue. >> reporter: that's right gasia, we learned that the bar pilot captain guy clese had 15 hours off duty before his ship ran into the bay bridge. also that in three years prior he had three quote minor incidents including being held blameless for running one ship aground. they work under unquestioned stress. fog, tides, huge ships with small margins for error. but the bar pilots association refuses to release dogs of working hours and time off. >> what is it that they have to hide? i think they have it pretty good. >> reporter: mike jacobs says the 55 men and one woman who
guide ships in and out of the bay are certainly skilled. big ships must hire them and bar pilots are indemnified for responsibility. >> we have a gps system so we have our own information. >> reporter: we learned captain clese has 1,100 trips in the bay. they work seven days on, seven off and earn $150,000 a year. >> i think people would be shocked how little they work for how much money they make and that we still have incidents and we still can't help police ourselves. >> reporter: the shipping association sued the bar pilot's commission last summer demanding release of pilot logs. the court agreed but bar pilots have now appealed telling me
late today that the data are private and personal. they also declined an on camera interview. reporting live health and science editor john fowler, ktvu news. state inspectors are looking at what led to an accident which killed an employee at a textile department. a 56-year-old man was killed when a big rig hit him while backing up to a dock. the state division of occupational safety is currently investigating that accident. the santa clara county coroner identified a woman who drowned driving into a pond on sunday as 69-year-old mayra marsh. the highway patrol says the san jose woman lost control of her car as she turned from the almond expressway toward a ramp to state highway 85. they are currently investigating why she lost control. bystanders and emergency crewed tried to get to her as soon as they could but unfortunately it
was too late. stanley arnold and nicholas gears both face felony charges in connection with the robbery of a couple in milpitas january 2nd on south main street. the robbers stole the couples wallets and cell phones at gunpoint. officers say within an hour of the heist they arrested the pair and recovered the stolen items along with a loaded gun. gut wrenching 911 calls were played today during a preliminary hearing of the man accused of killing 12 people inside a colorado movie theater. distraught relatives lined up early for today's proceedings. prosecutors are presenting evidence in their effort to bring 18-year-old james holmes to trial. today they played 911 calls where you could hear people crying for help while there was gunfire going off in the back ground. in one call you could hear 27 shots fired. despite the drama the accused gunman continued to show no reaction. >> he has no emotion. like i said before, i don't know. it's really hard to express. it's like a robot.
>> reporter: prosecutors also described the gunman's booby trapped apartment. they had a boom box set to play loud music to attract a person to the outside of his apartment. the remote was hooked up to explosive contraptions inside his apartment including improvised nay palm. the city of newtown connecticut is getting help with their bills. the state of connecticut is giving a half million dollars to businesses in the towns that have lost money because of the fall out from last month's deadly school shooting. as many as 16 businesses were essentially shut down for nearly two weeks by a crush of traffic in that normally quiet town. a study find that a small amount of drivers are responsible for large amounts
of gridlock. engineers looked at information about bottlenecks. researchers say these results could help bay area city to reduce commute times. why are people in san francisco trying to get people to stop feeding wildlife. we asked rob roth. >> reporter: people often come to stow like to feet the duck and geese. but commissioners say the city needs to do more to stop people from doing that. they say when the ducks see the bag they swim her way. >> it's kind of relaxing. they come up to you, you feed
them. they go away and that's it. >> reporter: some people say they say they've noticed feeding the squirrels could have a negative behavior. >> sometimes they crawl up your leg. >> reporter: it can cause animals such as racoons and coyotes to get to close. welfare commissioners call it vague and say it's rarely if ever enforced. >> the laws are vague. you're not supposed to feed animals anything that's harmful. what is -- i mean usually in an ordnance what harmful is spelled out what that means. >> reporter: the commissioners are scheduled to meet this thursday to discuss ways to stop people from feeding animals perhaps education, more fines or stiffer fines. >> enjoy the animals by looking at them not feeding them. >> reporter: michelle says she understands the concern but
doesn't feel she's doing these guys harm. >> it gives me a kick when i come up to the shore and they all start coming up. >> reporter: the commission can't enact any policy only make recommendations to the board of supervisors which has final say. reporting live in san francisco, rob roth ktvu channel 2 news. more than a movie, the film debuting tonight that's drawing the ire of politicians and why senator feinstein wants an investigation of the cia. check out what happened while a couple was getting married inside a hot air balloon. we're going to check out more of this video and tell you how everyone is doing right after the break. [ male announcer ] the career landscape of america is changing.
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cia gave directors information. los altos is considering a plastic bag ban. barring any delays could take effect in los altos by june. the ban on foam containers could be drafted by early summer. the balloon was caught by a gust of winds and had to make a hard landing in a residential area in san diego. part of the balloon as you can see there even covered the house. more than a dozen people were on board but only one person was slightly hurt. the crash landing didn't stop the festivities though. the happy couple and the wedding party went on with the celebration going out to dinner that night. a ktvu exclusive. hear from those behind the video that led to a federal
investigation into a controversial ohio page. and very cold in some of the morning hours down into the 20s in some cities. you see it out there now. clouds moving in. i'll have the details on what you can expect the next couple of days. it we go high tech to investigate why a tanker hit the bay bridge. and a house in a million dollars neighborhood turn into a junk yard. we ask why the homeowner has not been forced to clean up the mess. >> we'll show you how the city plans to change the sidewalk streets and ambience downtown. dñañy
investigation. >> reporter: the rest of the nation began watching as a group of masked online activists circulated video of the graduate of a high school laughing about the rape. they helped spread a photo of the alleged victim of the rape. >> the picture of the girl from the party, the videos, that you refer to and that have already been made public. that may be something that hurts the victim more. that may be painful for her family. any regrets that bringing so much attention to this causes a backfire, a backlash against the victim. >> normally i would agree with you. but we've been in contact with the victim through her best friend who is constantly with her. we prefer like a third party contact with her. she felt it was being swept under the rug as well and justice was not going to be served. >> reporter: a petition to get
the white house to intervene has received thousands of signatures. >> have you been contacted at all by authorities. >> we have been contacted by authorities as far as the local authorities go. like i said we didn't hack anything to get these pictures or this video. >> the two high school football players in question have been charged in juvenile court. here's the next chapter. were there witnesses, did they not intervene or say anything, will they be charged? we'll keep an eye on that for you. scott mac farlane. turns out bing drinks is a big problem when it comes to women. according to the cdc the centers for disease control 14 million people bing drink three times a month and consume an average of six drinks per bing. bing drinking is not often recognized as a women's health problem but it actually puts women at an increased risk for many health problems including
breast cancer, sexually transmitted diseases and heart disease. bing drinking is most common among womens within the ages of 18 and 24. the maker of budweiser has a new specialty beer. anheuser bush has introduced a black crown. it's a lagger with a higher alcohol content. 6% compared to their regular beer at 5%. researchers at stanford have identified a mutated condition. it's called card owe miocopi. the condition causes the heart muscle to thicken causes young people to collapse and die. the findings are expected to help in the development of new preventive treatment. some races for the america's cup have been cancelled. america's cup has cancelled plans for warm ups.
they're kapbsing it so teams can prepare in san francisco this summer -- they're canceling it so teams can prepare in san francisco this summer. that leaves one final regatta in italy in april. the team received a new wing for a yacht that was heavily damaged last october. the wing was trucked around the bay to pier 80 in san francisco this afternoon. oracle expects to have the repairs done by early next month. 2012 was the hottest year on record in the u.s. the average temperature was 55 degrees that's a full degree warmer than the previous record set in 1998. scientists blame the heat on global warming and weather variations including the drought that gripped much of the nation. july was the hottest month on record. u.s. temperature records go back to 1895. well let's talk about our weather now, seems like it headed head -- heated up a
little bit. >> enjoyed a couple of 60s today but temperatures trend down the next couple of days. tomorrow will be chillier, cooler. temperatures could reach the freezing level tomorrow in some bay area cities. places like open could be in the mid- and low 30s. the system i'm tracking comes from up here. whenever they come from this area, that's the gulf of alaska, when they drop down they don't spend too much time over water. is it going to be real wet, no because cold air does not hold a lot of the water. but the systems have penalties and this is cold air. low snow levels, looks like snow flurries. i'm not talking about three to 4 inches of snow on the peaks. rainfall accumulations .1 in
the heaviest locations so that's not much. over all chilly but not as cold as it's going to be tomorrow night and into tomorrow morning. tomorrow then look for increasing clouds. some sprinkles possible. the computer model will bare that out. we're looking for a few sprinkles to show up perhaps in the afternoon hours. the bay area forecast calls for a chance of afternoon showers. this is the system. not that much to it. it goes on but now the cold air is here because remember i said the front. when the front goes through the cold airlines up behind that. now the cold air is in. starts to clear a little bit. just some clouds but it's clearing. and you're going to get very, very cold air. very cold temperatures thursday and friday morning. easily see a freeze warning or freeze advisory or some kind of a product from the national weather center denoting that the cold temperatures for thursday and friday morning. if you have agricultural interest any where in the bay area, or pets or livestock it's going to be very cold in those inland bay valleys in and around the bay. these are the forecasts
tomorrow. they will be cooler than they were today. 56 in gilroy, 56 in morgan hill. and the rain is a nonevent here. i don't think it's going to be an issue for anybody other than it's going to be a precursor to that cold air. it's going to get cold, thursday and friday i think is going to be an issue for the plants. the giants victory lap following the series conquest. how long some people waited today just to get a peak at the trophy.
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the san francisco giants are taking the world series trophies on a statewide tour. today the first stop was at the state capital that is where fans lined up by the hundreds. >> i'm so excited to know that i got to see one but to see two, while i'm here is amazing. >> the tour features the team's trophies from 2010 and 2012. fans in sacramento had the chance to see the trophies up close and take pictures. the trophies weren't unveiled until 2:00 this afternoon. but the first person arrived at 8:00 in the morning. she told us why it pleasant to her. >> i am here to represent for my father, grandfather. i was raised in san francisco. went to the games back in candle stick with willie mays. and i missed the trophies around the first time but i'm
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