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a pregnant mother and two children tied up by two men that broke into their home with gunned drawn. >> you look up and what do you see? ? >> a man pointing a gun at me. two kids and their pregnant mom all tied up and terrorized. new at 10:00, ktvu's deborah villalon live and tell us the family didn't have what the robbers were after. >> reporter: money and marijuana.
and this family has neither but it did not stop the robbers from threatening to kidnap a child. asleep before school, 13-year- old pedro and 7-year-old sister gladys were jolted away by three massinged men who broke their back door. pedro awoke to find. >> a guy pointing a gun at my head, pointing at me. >> reporter: the men bound their wrists and ankles with plastic zip ties on their mom alvina too. six months pregnant. all the while demanding money and marijuana that they thought was here. >> they came in here. pulled everything out. >> reporter: while alvina tried to explain she had nothing they wanted. >> reporter: the robbers may have thought the barn behind the house was being used to grow marijuana. last year, on some streets near by authorities seized more than
1,000 pot plants from the backyards of the few dozen homes. but in the alcazars big garage a car and the remnants of their family's halloween party. until the robbers unlocked it to see for themselves they even threatened abduction. >> she was scared because they were like, if you don't give us the cash or the stuff, they were going to take one of us. >> reporter: they are going to take one of the kids. you or your sister. >> yeah. >> they said that? >> yeah. they were going to take one of us. and she was scared. >> reporter: their dad was at work at the time. now he's put new locks. the family lost an air soft gun that belonged to pedro. the three men got away in a
white four door sedan. deborah villalon, ktvu news. we have new details tonight about an 11th hour glitch that's threatening to derail the tentative contract between b.a.r.t. and its unions. this time it's b.a.r.t. management that is balking. they say the printed contract contains a mistake. jana katsuyama spoke to a union member and, could this backtrack the agreement. >> reporter: i did get a copy of the tentative agreement. i looked and found the section that says issue. you see here it was signed by all parties. tentative agreement between b.a.r.t. and the sciu union were signed last month. but today ktvu has learned b.a.r.t.'s general manager grace crunican called a meeting with the union to describe what she calls a mistake.
the mistake is around paid family leave. >> whether it be an administrative error or other wise. >> reporter: tonight b.a.r.t. sent us a statement saying b.a.r.t. management believed that a provision they did not agree to was inadvertently included in the final labor package. b.a. -- sources tell ktvu b.a.r.t. intended for employees to exhaust their sick leave before qualifying for that benefit. we learned the provision was not one of the last minute issues but rather something signed by chief negotiator hoch and paul overseers back in july. both the unions ratified the agreement. >> our members voted on the contract on its entirety i felt
was signed and agreed upon by the district. that's what they voted on. they cannot go back after the fact and start pointing out. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. riders tires of the transit turmoil just want it to end. >> please don't go and strike again. >> reporter: to be clear, b.a.r.t.'s management has not made a recommendation about the contract. and whether the board should approve or reject it. we do understand they have a meeting scheduled tomorrow. closed session to discuss labor agreements. the board is scheduled to vote on the labor agreement with the fciu and atu one week from today. reporting live in el cerrito, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. on our facebook page. viewers have been sounding off about this latest development. join the conversation at ktvu channel 2 on facebook. retail and fast food workers at oakland international airport announced plans to go on strike during the upcoming holiday season. the union workers are protesting what they call
unfair labor practices by their employer postinternational. at issue are wages and health benefits. union officials say workers will walk off the job sometime during the busy thanksgiving/christmas holiday travel season. thieves have targeted one of the bay area's largest charities just ahead of their busy holiday season. second harvest food banks says thieves cut the diesel lines at the san carlos facility and stole 90-gallons of fuel. they left behind two disabled trucks filled with food. on top of that the food bank says the thieves caused about $17,000 in damage. the san mateo county sheriff's department says it has no suspects and could use the public's help. tonight at 10:30, two investigates how donations destined for another food bank wound up for sale at a local flea market. new information tonight about the sexual assault suspect at deanza college in
cupertino. the sheriff's office released the sketch of the attacker today. he's described as being in his early 20s with shoulder length dark brown hair and prominent acne on his chin. a woman claims she was raped. the woman told police she believes he's a student named johnny but she does not know him well. all marched along mcarthur boulevard hanging rainbow ribbons on bus and light posts. the crowd gathered along the 57 bus line where luke sasha fleishman's skirt was set on fire as he was dozing off on the bus. the marchers included sasha's mom and dad. >> sasha is doing great.
yes. and is very encouraged by all the support people have shown. friends and strangers alike. >> reporter: marchers were spreading a message of tolerance and nonviolence along what they call rainbow road. sasha remains in the hospital and has a long battle with skin grafts and surgeries. as ktvu's make mibach tells us a transgender student is involved and that the fight was caught on video. >> reporter: a fight on the hercules campus was caught on video. the assistant principal said a transgender student said she was being bullied in class and on the yard. he said it continued yesterday
and frustrated with being teased he says the student reacted. >> the transgender student walked over to the other girl. as far as we can tell slapped the other girl. >> all we heard was one person was transported to the hospital for a slight arm injury. >> reporter: they're investigateing the crime as a possible hate crime. >> it's very disheartening and breaks my heart just to have to see our students be affected. >> reporter: rachel delgado works in the campus health center a center she says has an aggressive anti bullying campaign. >> we support all our students and just making our other students aware. it's new times, a lot of changes personally for that individual but also for the individuals that are surrounded by that student. >> reporter: the assistant principal say it is transgender student has never been in a fight before on campus. the other three girls he says has been involved in other altercations. >> there's not often fights so a crazy day i guess.
>> reporter: sierra says the fight should have never happened since there's so many resources available to students. >> you can talk to a counselor. sources at the health center to go if there's any problems. >> reporter: all four students involved in that fight were not in class today. authorities say they were on campus being interviewed by school officials. all four could possibly be suspended even expelled. in hercules, mike mibach. another san jose elementary school is reporting a theft of computers. 19 laptops disappeared from a storage room over the veteran's day weekend. tomorrow safeway plans to replace 31 i pads that were stolen from another school. thieves hit river glen about two weeks ago. the school also lost 31 laptops which the district plans to replace. the two schools are about a mile apart. police say in both cases there
was no sign of forced entry. is someone out to cheap charities. donations meant for food banks ended up sold at a flea market instead. and we could see gusts up to 40 miles per hour. stolen phones still a problem and we find out where some of them are ending up. >> can you tell us what you're selling here today. >> reporter: what we found being sold at this street corner tonight.
marketplace in san francisco we're told this is where stolen cell phones are being peddled for a price. it's no secret that smart phones are targeted for opportunist thieves. >> but we find out how they're sold. it wasn't too difficult to capture the transactions on camera just tonight eric. >> reporter: frank it is all happening in plain view right down market on seventh street. we first reported that police made some big arrests earlier this summer. but two weeks ago i got a tip that stolen cell phones were still being sold on that corner. the hand off of a white iphone it happened right in front of our camera recording from our news van across the street. it's just one of the transactions ktvu observed this evening on the corner of market and seventh street. police say it's a prime area for the sale of stolen property of all kind. look what our hidden camera
found today. someone selling what appeared to be a camera lens. >> this is what's going on here. this is where they come to sell their phones. >> reporter: rico works this stretch of street. >> is there any question those phones are stolen. >> i believe, i believe so. it's not no question that they're stolen, they are stolen. i mean, there's no other way to look at it. >> reporter: our review of sfpd daily crime reports found 84 cell phone robberies. >> can you talk to me about what you're selling here today. >> reporter: this man did not want to talk to us. do you have some phones for sale? can you tell us where you're getting them. >> reporter: and didn't want to stick around to hear any more questions. steps away, someone yelled watch out in spanish to these men carrying backpacks. it is too soon to call it a trend but we did catch a slight drop in smart phone robberies
last month. police credit a public awareness campaign for having some impact. we're live in san francisco, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. san jose police say they've arrested two men in the killing of a man last june. investigators identified the prime suspect as morales. simon morales argue with the victim frank lugo during a party. lugo was later found unconscious on north 12th street and died from his injuries. two tesla's were investigated after they caught on fire. records show calosha fined tesla $2,700 last year when a person was injure bid a hydraulic power press when it didn't have the correct press control. tesla was also fined at a
different plant two years ago. an employee lost a fingertip in that accident. it was a close call for the driver of an suv and landed on a creek. the crash happened at 1:00 on interstate 880. you can see here fortunately the water was low so no one was seriously hurt. traffic was impacted along 880 as drivers slowed to look at what happened. a truck stolen from a berkeley nonprofit has now been recovered. the ford pick up belongs to the urban creeks council. it's a council dedicated to protect waterways. the thief had busted the locks and destroyed the truck's electrical system. the nonprofit had just bought that truck last month. aero space giant lockheed martin says it's cutting jobs. the maryland based defense cotractor says it's shutting down -- contractor says it's
shutting down four campuses. their closing plants in pennsylvania, ohio, texas and arizona. lockheed martin says the move is necessary in light of ongoing defense cuts in washington. wall street rallied today on remarks about the fed's stimulus efforts. nasdaq added seven. the dow closed up 54.5. his story has gone viral. with folks from all over the world cheering him on. tomorrow a young leukemia patient from northern california is being given a chance to live out his dream to be a superhero. as ktvu's rob roth tells us the boy is a big fan of batman and parts of san francisco are literally being transformed into his very own gotham city. >> reporter: this blinking red bat light is sure to be what this kid needs.
but that crime fighting companion is not saying why. marles had a wish and the make a wish foundation is making it happen. milse wants to be batman or at least bat kid and tomorrow san francisco will call on him to save the day. >> the wish that he expressed carried so much in it that we are able to just have so much fun with. >> reporter: even super heros need to limber up. >> if you want to be batman you need the skills to fight crime. he's coming here to learn tumbling and acrobatics. >> reporter: batman is going to be called to stop the riddler before stopping for lunch at the burger bar but he'll have to eat fast. >> he's going to look outside the window and batman is going to be waving his hands and he's going to say, hey i need your
help. >> the penguin will be kidnapping lucille. our beloved giants mascot. >> reporter: people from as far away as egypt have posted signs of encouragement on facebook and the tweets are nonstop. >> never in my wildest dreams did i think san francisco would respond this way. >> reporter: we're told everyone the little cape crusader doesn't know everything that is in store for him. >> is he in for a surprise. the san francisco chronicle is getting in on the fun. it's a special edition that says bat kid saves the city. it's the gotham city chronicle and includes articles by clark kent, louise lane. they're coming up 16-miles- an-hour that's the sustained wind. san francisco has been blowing most of the day. they're sustained at 23 miles
per hour. overnight winds in the hills and at the coast could get up to 23 miles per hour. look for a little patchy fog in the morning. daytime highs are going to be cooler. even cooler than today. highs tomorrow will mostly be in the mid-60s and some upper 60s. maybe a couple of low 70s. the bay area weekend is on the way. we're going to show you the warmest day. nicest day on the weekend. we'll see you back here. ahead tonight, 2 investigates food donated to charity for sale at a flea market. >> can you tell me why you're selling this olive oil? >> why should i do that? >> at 10:30, we track the goods that were supposed to go to a food bank and feed the hungry. >> a veteran put on leave just
100% more possible. join us at kp.org and thrive. new at 10:00, a military veteran in stockton claims he got in trouble at his job for the words god bless america. booth hawk says he's been working at a hospital in stockton for 10 years before that he served in the army for 20 years. he said that his employer asked him to remove god bless america from his e-mail signature. >> i believe in america and i believe in god so strongly and i believe that america needs the blessing. >> reporter: hoch says he was put on administrative leave for three days. a legal group that's helping him says the disciplinary action may be discriminatory.
the hospital has not commented. president obama said he is trying to fix the botched roll out of the affordable care act today he proposed a solution to a problem that's been haunting him. the president said he wants people losing their insurance to be allowed to keep their health plan for another year even if those plans don't comply with the new law. president obama repeatedly promised if people could keep their plans if they liked them. he also admitted he fumbled the roll out. >> but we always knew this was going to be hard. there's a reason why folks who have tried to do it for 100 years and hadn 't done it. and it's complicated. >> reporter: tomorrow the house is scheduled to vote on a republican bill that allows people to keep their health plans even if they don't comply with the law. the senate is considering a democratic sponsored bill to reinstate similar coverage
permanently. premiums could go up. state attorney general camela harris shut down 10 health care website that is were made to look like california's but she says are deceptive. one of those had been highlighted here on ktvu. the first one is covered ca.com. we invest -- investigated a site with a very similar name. it's called covered ca.com. harris says she is worried about fraud when so many are signing up for child care. police in toronto say 386 children have been freed from what they call child exploitation. 348 people have been arrested including 76 here in the united states. authorities say those arrested included school teachers, doctors and actors. the case began eight years ago
and involves 50 different countries. convicted boston ganger bulger has been sentenced to two consecutive life sentences. bulger was found guilty of 11 murders, racketeering. he was captured in santa monica and his attorney plans an appeal. it's a major victory for the mountain view company. the author's guild claimed google's online library amounted to copyright law. rather it was creating a word index to help people find
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new at 10:00, remembering a 78-year-old bicyclists killed by a muni bus in san francisco. a service was held this evening for chang yu li. li became a citizen 10 years ago. he often took cans and bottles to a recycling center. it was during one of those trip that is he was struck and killed. he liked to ride his bike
around the city. the marine corp. today identified the four marines killed at camp pendelton. there was an explosion. the marines were from long beach, san diego county, louisiana and missouri. their job is said to be one of the most dangerous in the marine corp. the government of the philippines says it's doing the best it can to assist all the survivors of typhoon haiyan. the arrival of the u.s. aircraft carrier u.s.s. george washington should help. it has 21 helicopters that can deliver supplies. for now packages of food and water are slowly getting to the survivors. over 1 million people have been displaced. mass burials of people were began today but the exact number is unclear. the west based filipino center says it's been
overwhelmed by the generosity of the public. kids in the afterschool program are helping pack up the donations. >> they have no food, no water. they won't survive if there's no food or water. >> it was hard work because we have to put all the stuff in those boxes. >> reporter: the center is also asking for help donations. that money will go to the red cross in the philippines. two investigates tonight how thousands of dollars worth of food destined for needy families ended up being sold for profit at a bay area flea market. ktvu's eric rasmussen went under cover and learned that's not the only place the food ended up after a bay area company tried to donate it to a food bank. >> they have some stuff i can use. >> reporter: just one bag of food a month has made all the difference for lashonda. >> i'm starting to get back on my feet. i was homeless far while. now i have my own place.
>> there you go. have a great day. >> reporter: but as these volunteers at the stockton food bank served up free food to craft and hundreds of others. >> it's $10. >> reporter: two investigates one of the food bank's hottest items extra virgin italian oil for sale. the product numbers matched those donated by the company. mozetta vp says her company donated thousands of bottles of olive oil and other products to stockton food bank over the last couple of months. >> we need to have it be totally even. >> reporter: slightly mislabeled but good quality and potentially worth a lot of money. >> with the number of quantities that we gave them at $8 a bottle.
over $30,000. >> reporter: at delaney food market. >> can you tell me why you're selling this olive oil. >> why should i do that. >> can you check it out. if you don't find it. >> reporter: we did not get a lot of answers but we did find a lot of olive oil. >> you don't know how that olive oil ended up here. >> no. >> reporter: those red and blue boxes on the truck, all belong to mezetta. >> this was supposed to go to needy people. i think they all deserve the answer. >> you don't have to ask me for it. >> reporter: advertisements here led us to john's home improvement center in san leandro. they told us john was not around but look who was here. the same woman from the flee market. and more botched boxes of donations. rebecca nodd is the director of the emergency food bank. >> were you or anybody else here at the food bank
responsible for this stuff being sold in oakland? >> as far as i know, no. >> reporter: not vouches for her drivers, retired volunteers including herbert martin. >> they tell me what door to back up in. they load me back up and i come back to stockton. >> reporter: you came back here? >> yeah. >> reporter: in addition to the 300 people that come here every day the food bank also distributes banks. white knot tries to find out who's responsible for diverting these donations. >> where did you get these from? >> some warehouse. >> reporter: and no answers come pittsburgh the -- coming from the centers of the food bank. this food bank will no longer get shipments. >> you just have to keep on keeping on. in due time they'll get theirs for doing that. >> reporter: while it might not
amount to stealing under the law, selling donated food can be a violation of irs regulations. the stockton food bank says it's now made changes. keeping better track of where they store food and who has access to them. if you have an idea for 2 investigates we want to hear from you. send your tip to 2 invest gait -- investigates at ktvu.com. the california board of regents has approved a new budget. for the proposed budget to work, the system need an additional $120 million from the state to help pay for pensions, enrollment, growth and improvements to academic programs. governor jerry brown told the regents that he's doubtful the state legislature would approve
additional funding. >> the only sport in which humans can beat the unlimited category is thinking. from state of the art technology to simple solutions to the world's biggest problems. how silican valley celebrated the spirit of invention tonight. >> from a warm week to a cool weekend. the outlook for how low temperatures could dip where you live. uncovering radiation on a trail popular with runners. why residents say they're already suffering.
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flames. near by residents were told to shelter in place until crews got a handle on that fire. >> the u.s. government destroyed more than 6-tons of ivory today. it was polverized in a very clear message. the ivory was ground up outside denver after being confiscated bid federal agents across the country. since 1989 there has been a worldwide ban on commercial ivory trading but the illegal business is still thriving. last year more than 30,000 elephants were killed by poachers. people living near a stretch of bay shoreline in richmond are raising health conditions. they say soil samples in the area show high levels of radio active material. the bay trail snakes past the site of an old landfill. residents say a metal plant that used to process uranium
used it as an overflow dump in the 40s and 50s. residents are concerned about a possible cancer risk. amber lee has the story. >> reporter: neighbors use this aerial map to show just how close the radio active material was found in relation to where people live, work and play. the bay trail is popular with cyclists, joggers and families. >> i ride this trail like two or three times a week. >> reporter: but unbeknownst to this cyclist and others, tests show high levels of radio active activity at the site that is now fenced off. neighbors suspect a former chemical plant that processed uranium used it as a dump site. >> what does that mean for us that walk and live right next to it. >> people are dying and are now sick. is there any type of follow up.
>> reporter: a citizen's advisory group met with state officials tonight to get answers. they want to know what radio active materials are on-site. how dangerous they are and if signs warning the public will be posted. right now there's only fencing around the area. >> until sample results are back we won't know the specific quantities. so we're not sure if posting will be done. >> after i got ill i got active. >> reporter: living and working near the site caused her illness. she told us two dozen neighbors have also being diagnosed with some form of cancer of those almost half have died. >> i have knowledge now. i have knowledge there's a direct impact between what is on that site and what it does to humans. i've seen it firsthand and it needs to get cleaned up. >> reporter: neighbors tell us they've been working the state lawmakers in hopes to have them
hold a hearing on this matter to make sure this site is cleaned up. live in richmond, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. they're lined up for a big launch. the product unveiling that has a crowd gathering outside this game stop tonight. chief meteorologist bill martin will tell us if there's any sign of wet weather in his extended outlook. innovators credited with saving the lives of newborn babies with a bright idea. we'll introduce you to some of the tech award winners honored in the south bay tonight. [ female announcer ] welcome one and all
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gamers can try out the new console but many are marking their space in line to purchase that new play station. bright minds are being celebrated at the tech awards. >> amber lee live with how two separate ideas born in the bay area are helping tens of thousands of people elsewhere -- maureen naylor live with how two separate ideas born in the bay area are helping tens of thousands of people elsewhere. >> reporter: in santa clara tonight, 1,400 people dressed up for the $500 a plate dinner to honor organizations making a difference through technology including san francisco's d.rev behind this great idea. >> bill -- brilliance is a
state of the art idea. >> we've sold 6,200 units in columbia and we negotiated other 10,000. before they had photo therapy they were treating babies putting them in a light and 20% of them were dying. >> reporter: also on hand the man who invented the segway. dean kenway who invented a prosthetic leg for soldiers. he seemed more proud talking about his work with youth. >> if you want to be a success, the muscle that you ought to be exercising is the one hanging between your ears. >> to avoid dangers, some women purchase wood from vendors to purchase the food they need to feed their families. >> reporter: another local award recipient was potential energy. it creates an sells specialty stoves to women .
watershed development in india and anova which encourages technology in mexico. reporting live tonight in santa clara, maureen naylor, ktvu channel 2 news. plans to renovate the masonic center in san francisco's knob hill neighborhood are moving forward. concert promoter live nation wants to make the auditorium a regular stop for touring bands but some people who live in the area have concerns about crowds, loud music, alcohol and the band's tour buses. however the two sides did reach an agreement that dealt with those issues and that is what is allowing the project to move forward. bay area scientists are trapping mountain lions during the entire month of november in an effort to get an accurate
count of the mountain lions. the idea is to tag the cats and then take samples. the idea is to learn how many mountain lions are here and how they share their territory with other animals including humans. as i mentioned earlier the temperatures cooled off a bit. these were the highs that we got. they were down quite a bit. santa rosa was in the upper 70s, low 80s. near 64 today. cooler in livermore at 74. temperatures tomorrow are going to drop off a degree or two again. there's rainfalling in northern california. very light at that but it's rain. it'll be nice if it showed up to our area but it's not going the happen. it's kind of just lingering in here. weather system from the north will drop down. as it drops down those winds pick up. overnight tonight wind in the hill and winds along the coast can make it to 25 to 35 miles per hour. with those winds in this low pressure comes a cooler
pattern. that's why temperatures started to fall today. that's why they'll continue to fall or slightly fall tomorrow or stay cool into the bay area weekend. here's how it goes tonight. we're going to have patchy fog along the coast. the winds are going to break it up. partly sunny tomorrow. as we head toward the bay area weekend we're looking for clouds. still a dry bay area forecast. if we take a peak at the san francisco specific day park. it's pretty which he wily when you wake up in san francisco at 45 degrees. this cool pattern with strong wind mainly at the coast and mainly in the hills. so most of us if you're not at ocean beach or grizzly peak you're probably going to notice some breezes but nothing crazy. the winds could gust around five -- around 5:00 to 6:00 tomorrow morning. as we get into the 19th which is coming up on tuesday there. there's a good chance for rain. this model is getting a little
more aggressive with it. maybe we have some wet weather in the works. this shows you how wet the pattern is. 65 in napa. 67 in brentwood. forecast tomorrow. it's not just cold it's cooler though right. everyone in the bay area weekend it's not cold it's just cooler for this time of year even our low numbers are going to be in the 60s. you're going to see temperatures down a few degrees. the pattern will be cooler. partly sunny and breezy. and there you go. this has been a really cool weather pattern. the idea that maybe just maybe we get some rain. it's pretty good. we'll see how it goes. we'll see more tomorrow. >> i'll believe it when i see it. >> a little wind in the evening. >> a little breezy. new technology unveiled by nasa could have a big impact on future aircraft designs. scientists from nasa and engineers from boeing
demonstrated the resultsover wind tunnel tests at nasa aims. they now planned test flights of this active flow control technology. reducing drag on the tail could lead to better fuel efficiency, lower emissions and quieter airplanes. the sesame street character elmo brought smiles to a place where smiles can often be in short supply. elmo paid a visit to st.quentin prison to children who have parents in jail. a little something that wasn't in the menu tonight. didn't see it coming. the warriors looked like they
were headed for the first bona fide heartbreaker. but oklahoma city seemed to be the measuring stick. early okc the crowd pleasers, kevin durant, russell westbrook doing their thing. westbrook had 35. it was tied in the half. looks like they're ready to blow the thunder off the court. pillar to post. 22 points and nine assists. but the thunder closed hard with a 14-2 run in the final moments. they trail by two. westbrook with the dagger a three. oklahoma city up one with 2.3 seconds left. warriors a little something left however. it's name andre iguodala from the corner and the wind at the buzzer. he delivers 116-115. pandemonium early in the season in oakland. nothing regular about the
sharks playing a regulation game. in fact, six of the last seven go to overtime tonight. it was worth their while putting in a little ot. 1-0 canucks. most of the final moment, sharks pull their goalie. hurdle with a left head shot. tied it and there you go. it's 1-1 after they trail most of the night 238 into overtime. dan boyle power play situation, take a shot at it. why not? he drilled it and hit the back of the net for the moment. the officials did not call it. you look at the replay it clearly goes in. and bounces out quickly. the review positive for the sharks 2-1 final. baseball's highest honor the most valuable player award handed out today. when sanford man andrew luck falls behind in a game he's got them right where he wants them. more evidence of that. sports part two, next.
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more cartoon like numbers. 44 homers, 137 rbis incidentally a's third baseman josh donaldson finished fourth in thebounty. not since the days of barry bonds, does andrew mccutchen receives the nl mvp. received 28 of the 30 first place votes. you didn't have to be the magnificent to predict they would win. with dalaney no helmet on gets head butted. all this talk about concussions seems to be bringing the worse in some guys. his wheels do it. 20-17 lead. and they hang on to win it over the titans. that's the sporting life for a
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claire: kids! breakfast! kids? oh. phil, would you get them? yeah. just a sec. kids! that is so -- okay. kids?! get down here! why are you guys yelling at us when we're way upstairs? just text me. all right, that's not gonna happen. and, wow, you're not wearing that outfit. what's wrong with it? honey, do you have anything to say to your daughter about her skirt? sorry. oh, yeah, that looks really cute, sweetheart. thanks. no, it's way too short. people know you're a girl. you don't need to prove it to them. luke got his head stuck in the banister again. i got it. where's the baby oil? it's in our bedside tab-- i don't know. find it.
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