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tv   The Ten O Clock News on KTVU Fox 2  FOX  November 4, 2019 10:00pm-10:58pm PST

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this is the 10:00 p.m. news on ktvu fox 2 news. >> neighbors in gilroy shocked and heartbroken after a mother is accused of drowning her 2- year-old daughter in the bath tub in her own home. >> if you are struggle like everybody does in the bay area, you take a break and put the baby in the crib is walk away. >> tonight the mother is facing murder charges. good evening. i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. authorities say the 35-year-old woman has admitted to taking her daughter's life. ktvu's azenith smith talked to her neighbors this evening. >> reporter: yes, this is such a tragic story. the mother lived here at the vineyards apartment comple westwood drive. neighbors say she moved in two months ago and as you can agine saddened. like, laughing
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and being a baby butting in, like, awful. >> reporter: she suspected nothing out of the ordinary from their neighborhood, 35- year-old marcie montelongo. they say she often kept to herself. they would hear a child playing behind closed doors. you can imagine their shock when they saw the unit covered in crime scene tape sunday morning. >> it was horrible when i pulled up and saw all that yellow tape. it was awful. >> we are shook. we are shook. i mean, you know -- >> reporter: 11:30 a.m. police received a 911 call from a what do you mean who said she background her 2-year-old daughter in the bath tub. officers found the lifeless child. the child was rushed to saint louise regional hospital where she died. police found marcie montelongo less than a mile away near the intersection of miller
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and first street where she confessed to the killing. >> if you are struggling like everybody does behind bars, you take a break, put the baby in the crib and walk away. take a breather. >> reporter: this neighborhood is devastated, their children played together. she described the child as happy as could be. >> doesn't know anything about the world. innocent. >> reporter: neighbors are wrapping their head around how this death could happen. >> this is, like,the nicest community i have ever lived in. you think that can't happen here. >> reporter: if the allegations are true, many are e mother gets help. >> normally when you have neighbors you try get to i thin that you will hear, if you talk to other folks, she did not
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make eye contact. she was off set in many ways. >> reporter: the coroner's office has not released the identity of the two-year-old girl. marcie montelongo is booked at san jose's main jail with no bail. she will be in court this wednesday. azenith smith, ktvu fox 2 news. now to new information on the halloween night shooting that left five people dead. tonight the father of one of the victims told us he lost three sons to gun violence. ktvu's amber lee has more. there is a growing memorial to all the victims there. >> reporter: that's right. people have been stopping by and dropping off messages and flowers for all the victims. tonight i spoke with the father of the 23-year-old man who was killed. the family set up a memorial for him in oakland where he was currently living. >> reporter: he shows me the collection of photos he has of his son. the 23-year-old was one of five
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young people shot and killed at the halloween party at the airbnb home. dad says he just celebrated his birthday with his son the day before halloween. >> i am going to cherish that. we had good conversations. we enjoyed each other's company on his birthday. he was just enjoying life. you know, he was very intelligent, smart, loving. >> the family created a memorial in front of his mother's home in oakland. he was looking forward to being the father of a new baby expected in may. instead he is the third son he lost to gun violence. another son pictured here was shot and killed last year. dad can't believe he is gone. >> he was very much loved. halloween turns into a massacre. >> reporter: massacre that was preventible. he questions why police did not respond immediately when calls
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were made complaining about noise from the airbnb home that night before the shooting. >> if the police would have came when they were called at 9:00 p.m., you know, the party would have been shut down. >> reporter: contra costa county sheriff's department says on halloween night about 8:30 p.m. police were helping with a home invasion robbery that led officers to oakland. but it is unclear what, if any, impact it had on the response time to the complaint. the police chief will provide answers at tuesday's city council meeting. >> that is a question he will have to address. >> reporter: and san francisco police may be looking at whether is linked to the 2015 homicides in the neighborhood and that it ma have been gang related. he said he does not believe his son was targeted in the shooting and he is not gang member. >> no matter where we come out of san francisco, we will
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labels a thugs. gang members. you know, hey, we just hang around with people we went to school with. >> reporter: he hired an attorney to get justice for his son. she said he applied for construction jobs and was looking forward to the future. >> amber lee, thank you very much. the city council is considering changes to the city's short term rental ordinance because of what happened. the house was rented through airbnb and not allowed to host rules but city leaders may try enact restrictions or a ban on short term rentals. the city council will discuss options at tomorrow night's city council meeting. city leaders voted to regulate short term regulators. their action was in the works before the shooting. it is giving other
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jurisdictions pause. new at 10:00 p.m. debora villalon is live with the decision. >> reporter: san rafael taking action tonight. no ban but a 3 strikes approach. >> this is our tiny house unit. >> reporter: 96 square foot, no kitchen, and a shower outdoors. but with a hot tub this unit rents for $100 a night. >> very -- we ne spare bedroom. >> we get to meet pefrom all around the world. the country.wemade a lot of fri >> i am really concerned about the enforcement. >> reporter: familiar concerns thn rentals shrink
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housing stock and street parking and new criticism. >> consider the rental where five people were murdered. >> reporter: san rafael will require them to pay fees and taxes. after three rules violations the rental shuts down. parties banned. >> that gives the entire community a bad name. gives the renters a bad name. >> reporter: hosts are required to live on the rentals themselves. >> not allowing things to get out and they know the neighbors. >> the number of nights should be restricted. >> reporter: harshest critics, homeowners who share driveways with neighbors who rent space. >> security issues. i mean, strange people, we have people walking up our driveway. >> what are they doing for the economy? >> finding a cheaper place to
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stay and travel on. >> hotel prices drive up high as well. depending where you are at. >> reporter: they like the lower prices but also the personal vibe. >> we like the coziness of it. the convenience of it. it is nicer. you get a unique experience than a hotel. >> reporter: the family with two rental spaces says that income makes homeownership affordable for them and also allows them to launch a small business. the vote was unanimous but the city council promised it will watch how the program goes k yo a huge financial commitment by apple today. the company announced it is pledging $2.5 billion to ease the bay area housing shortage. ktvu's jessie gary tells us how the many will be spent.
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>> it will create a lot of housing and hopefully inspire more people to get involved. >> reporter: slated to get $150 million as part of apple's gift. executives hope to infuse efforts with more capital to make a larger impact. the break down is as follows. $1billion for an affords fund. $1billion for the assistance fund. 300million in apple owned land that will be developed to affordable housing and $150 million the housing trust and $50 million to support vulnerable populations. that goes to destination homes. >> it s event 1500 families from ever having to n it will let us look for new
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solutions. >> reporter: political leaders from sacramento to the capital of silicon valley hail this. governor gavin newsom says apple is serious about solving this issue. >> employers are seeing it is in their interest to help solve the housing crisis. >> reporter: some say tech helps create the shortage. >> if they have to turn it around they have to contribute more and they have to see how the economics work. decades in making and there won't be a fast fix. but with tech, it get
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there a lot sooner. jessie gary, ktvu fox 2 news. if you haven't seen this yet, incredible video of a man falling into the path of an oncoming b.a.r.t. train. hear from the b.a.r.t. supervisor who saved him at the last second. >> he came to the side and i figured out he wasn't going to make it so i grabbed him. >> and we are tracking the forecast. there is fog at the coast. a warmer day tomorrow but cooler coast side with chilly overnight lows. >> after exhausting days, firefighters who battled the kincade fire get a well deserved break. how they were honored at tonight's warriors game.
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. incredible video of a man falling on to the b.a.r.t. tracks in front of a train. he was intoxicated when he fell but a b.a.r.t. worker pulled him to safety. today we talked to the b.a.r.t. worker and he got very emotional. lot of people are calling him a hero but ktvu's rob roth says it all happened so fast he didn't even have time to think. >> he is not going to make it. >> reporter: john o'connor said
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he wouldn't call himself a hero but he is the only one who wouldn't. >> i don't feel like it was anything special. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. surveillance video captured what happened on the oakland coliseum station platform after the raiders game. a man holding his cell phone falls on to the track. the train is approaching. john o'connor saw it and just created. >> he went into the track and when i looked up i saw the train coming, and just grabbed him. there wasn't lot of time to think. >> after i get him out i was angry because that is why we are here. stay back. >> i spoke to him, i told him pay it forward. >> the man was taken to the hospital but not for injuries connected with the fall. >> he was intoxicated. >> reporter: john o'connor said he is not sure where he found
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the strength to pull him out. >> i don't know if i could pick him up now. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. employees get safety training but nothing to prepare him for what could have happened sunday. >> john acted on pure natural talent. he is a great employee. and john works from the heart. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. says incidents of someone accidentally falling on to the tracks is rare, less than once a year on average but b.a.r.t. is considering installing barriers but that is at least five yearsuntil 10 b.a.r.t. passengers will have to rely on guardian angels. >> feels awkward to be called a hero because -- it is what we
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are supposed to do. >> reporter: at the oakland coliseum station station, rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. the kincade fire and the recovery effort underway. they opened an assistance center to help people affected by the fire. more than 20 agencies are helping people with housing, food, unemployment and insurance. non-profit organizations are providing counselors for anyone who needs mental health services and spanish translators are also available. >> our goal is to make it easy, simple to come in to one place and touch all the resources thereat available to them. >> the center is open through wednesday but they open longer if there st. demand. caffire expects to have containment of the kincade fire by thursday. it burned 77,000 acres and right now it is 82% contained.
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four firefighters have been hurt and 374 buildings, including 174 homes have been destroyed. and pg&e says it is nearly done restoring service to the last few customers who have been without power for more than a week. the thousands who had gas service shut off are still without gas. crews are helping customers restore service and relight pilot lights. >> pg&e shut off gas to 24,600 gas customers in the fire foot print or those in the path ofe the firefighters, safety of the community and the integrity of the natural gas system. >> pg&e saidre still without se the warriors community foundation held a 50/50 raffle at tonight's game, all the money raised will go to the kincade fire relief fund of united way of the wine country.
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the warriors recognized and honored firefighters on the front lines of the kincade fire last week. they got to go ouon the court before the game and they got to sit court side during a pre- game shoot around. >> looking forward to sitting up in the stands and watching the game next to everybody that i was on the front lines with and enjoying the time. >> 50% of the proceeds from tonight's raffle will support kincade fire relief and 50% going to the winner. tickets were sold until the end of the 3rd quarter. all right. city hall is lit up tonight for get out and vote. live camera shot there. the fog was a little bit into the city and now it is out in the avenues. beautiful night, though.
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chilly at the coast. chilly inland too. overnight lows in the 30s inland. the winds onshore right now. north. north. a lot of north. that is enough to allow the fog to come back. hard to see here but the fog extends to the north there, to just -- light house. fog along the coast. and it is dense. tomorrow morning the great highway, highway 1, you know how the fog gets. in the morning hours, not easy to see. 47 santa rosa. 45 san jose. so chilly overnight. mild during the day. you start off cool and you come home and you have the window down. next few days temperatures mild. we come back, we will look at the 5-day forecast and more. still to come, a warning
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from police on the peninsula after an uptick in car burglaries. the advice tonight for drivers. >> and a homeless encampment is set to be cleared out in oakland. why the homeless may allowed to return under different circumstances. /kl f0 .
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new at 10:00 p.m. police are investigating a rash of car burglaries early sunday morning. on the west side of san mateo. surveillance video shows one of the suspects walking in the area and looking into cars. police are asking people to take precautions to prevent car burglaries. the main thing is not to leave anything in your car. if there is a break in, don't touch anything and police. crews are clearing out a homeless encampment in west oakland on wood street. dozens of people live there. officials say the property is
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littered with abandon vehicles and other structures. the owner of the property is helping to pay for the clean up and once it is cleared the owner will allow the city to operate a site for rvs. businesses affected by a fire in san francisco this morning are eligible for help. the fire started about 5:00 a.m. this morning. four people were displaced. the fire was burning in the walls and attic. the cause isn't known. five pbusinesses in the building can now apply for up i block south of market after the late san francisco public defender is moving forward. the board approved the
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resolution to honor him. the change now goes to the full board. he died back in february at the age of 59. still to come, two murder suspects escape from the monterey county jail. >> armed and dangerous. >> we will show you the hole they cut inside a bathroom that allowed them to break free. >> a man from colorado accused of plotting to bomb a synagogue. how the fbi uncovered the plan. >> and the impeachment inquiry, what the documents review about the president's dealing with ukraine. >> and the warriors, later in sports, mark shows us if they came out on top over portland.
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. there are new developments tonight in the impeachment inquiry underway in washington. the house committee released the first two transcripts from the investigation. ktvu's jana katsuyama is here now wi reaction from both sides of the aisles. >> reporter: the transcripts from the former u.s. ambassador is 317 pages. the other one, a former adviser to secretary of state mike pompeo, 156 pages.
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some parts are redacted. this is the first look inside the hearing. >> reporter: the house intelligence committee released transcripts monday of testimony by former u.s. ambassador to ukraine. she testified that ukrainian officials alerted her in 2018 that president trump's personal attorney, rudy giuliani, was circumventing the state department and urging ukraine to investigate former vice president joe biden and his son hunter. she testified it was people in the ukrainian government who said the former prosecutor general was in had plans and were going to do things. including to me. onof a former state mike pompeo was also told
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reason for his resignation was what appears to advance domestic objectives. he said in 37 years i had never seen that. >> we heard growing evidence of grounds for impeachment. >> reporter: but republican supporters said president trump's phone call with ukraine president volodymyr zelensky is see in kentucky monday night president trump took the stage with supporters behind him wearing t-shirts that says read the transcript. >> we also now know the name of the whistle-blower. every republican in washington, step up and subpoena hunter biden and subpoena the whistle- blower. >> reporter: u.s. laws protect the identities ttorney for the -
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blower said his clients agreed to answer written questions. the political battle is intensifying as four administration officers refused to show up monday. >> this will be further evidence of an effort by the administration to obstruct there duties of congress. >> reporter: rick perry and john bolton have also been called to testify this week. it is not clear whether they will appear. and tomorrow the testimony of eu ambassador is expected to be made public. jana katsuyama, ktvu fox 2 news. president trump's tax- returns must be turned over to a state grand jury. the president is not immune from state investigations. the decision is a set back for president trump who is seeking
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to block a grand jury seeing his tax reports from 2011. the president's lawyer said the president will ask the supreme court to overturn the ruling. the u.s. has begun pulling out from the climate agreement. it was signed by 200 countries four years ago. secretary of state mike pompeo said he submitted a notice to the united nations that starts the withdrawal process. the statement called the deal the u.s. economy. in monterey county tonight, authorities are asking the public to be on the look out for two murder suspects who escaped from jail. ktvu's maureen they got away by climbing through a hole. >> reporter: mant hunt for two inmates who escaped from the monterey county jail over the weekend. santos fonseca and jonathan salazar both were awaiting
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trial for murder charges. and being held at the jail. >> we consider them both armed and dangerous. please, do not try to apprehend them. please dial 911. >> reporter: they escaped between 6:30 a.m. sunday morning and 8:15 a.m. when they were discovered missing with their jail clothes. authorities released new images from inside the jail, saying the men exploited a blind spot. inside the bathroom you can see where authorities discovered a hole less than two feet wide cut out, saying the inmates climbed up and through this area 11 inches wide. >> goes up the ceilings where the pipes are. there is room for plumbing, pipes. this is the area they were able to exploit. >> the inmates managed to escape the jail building through this patch. while most of the jail is
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surrounded by barbed wire, the inmates were able to escape into a construction zone where there isn't any. authorities say they are facilitied with different gangs. investigators are now looking in to if other inmates helped them escape. >> we will see what happened, how did happen. >> reporter: authorities are offering a $5,000 reward to catch the inmates and in the meantime they are working to make repairs to make this doesn't happa teacher at admini leave after he was captured on video wearing blackface to school for halloween. she posted a video on twitter that shows the teacher in a class room dressed up as the rapper common. the school district won't release the teacher's name. they stay is a personnel matter but he worked at milpitas high
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school for more than 5 years. still to come tonight, marijuana appreciations targeted. the amount of pot confiscated from illegal grows. >> and the fog and the rest of the week with temperatures back into the 80s. >> and on the brink of closure before but now looks like a historic bar in san francisco is finally going to shut down for good.
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. a colorado man faces domestic terrorism charges after plotting to blow up synagogue. he promoted white supremacist ideology on facebook. they received a tip from the with that led fbi officers to >> fellow white supremacists, he indicated he wanted to do something to let people know that jewish people are not welcome and they should leave or they will die. >> fbi agents say richard holzer identifies as a skin head and white supremacist. if convicted he faces up to 20 years in prison. authorities seized $1.5
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billion worth of illegally grown marijuana in california this year. officers seized 950,000 plants, arrested 150 people to and confiscated 168 weapons. the program is aimed at curbing damage to the state's public lands, including the use of pesticides that wind up in the water. a california cannabis group is urging the state to adopt stricter vaping rules following a national outbreak of deadly lung illnesses linked to vaping. among the proposals, they say regulation should band artificial flavoring known to be harmful. workers agreed to suspend their strike. the union workers walked off the job 10 days last month.
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now both sides have agreed to at least 30 days of mediation that involves a third party to moderate the negotiations. the union says workers are prepared to resume the strike if they cannot reach a settlement. the gold dust lounge closed last week and it is not clear if it will reopen. this is video of the grand opening six years ago when it moved to fisherman's wharf. the gold dust has been a popular spot for cheap drinks, attracting tourists and locals. no word on what lead to the nig the city's races. >> and our chief meteorologist bill martin tracking the bay area forecast. he will show us if there is any rain in sight. rain in sight. the juul record.
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department of elections is already starting to process ballots. the city's new voting machines are counting the ballots but won't release results until every ballot is cast. >> 8:45 p.m. those votes will be the vote by mail ballots. >> reporter: the system looks like a scanner because it acts like a scanner, taking a photograph of each ballot and on tuesday tabulating the results. the computers are encrypted to protect the vote and the system reduce challenges om the for interference. once all personal information is removed from each ballot there will be an opportunity for voters to verify the results for themselves. >> they will post the images on our website and then -- that means the voters will see the votes that were cast in san
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francisco. >> reporter: instead of connecting live lines, voters are filling in ovals. the system aimed at avoiding costly runoff elections. the department of elections says it usually sees 55% voter turn out. so far they are seeing 13% voter turn out so far. in san francisco, christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. tomorrow it is up to the voters to decide the race for san francisco district attorney. four candidates are in the running. voters will also determine whether to impose a sales tax on ride share trips in the city. prop d calls for a tax on
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single rides and 1.5% on pool rides. the city estimates the tax could bring in more than $30 million a year. the money would go toward transit improvement and pedestrian safety projects and voters will decide prop c, it seeks to overturn the ban on the sale of vaping products. early in octobersupport for the measure. a no vote would allow the street go into effect january around the city right now. in the avenues certainly. if you look at this live picture, my arrow here, see it? there is the fog. by the civic center. colored for the get out to vote. you can see that?
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there is fog along it coast. trying to get into san francisco. there is fog along the coast. visibility won't be great. winds are offshore. actually the winds are flat. north, west, east. they are just kind of flat so the fog stays put and temperatures inland come up. inland tomorrow in the low 80s. well, upper 70s. to 80. low 80s might be a stretch. the warmest spot 81 degrees. there is anthere it is tomorrow afternoon. you can see along the coast there. hangs out. pinches back a bit. a nice day. it will be a different week compared to the last few weeks with the high pressure not reacting with the low pressure in the basin. we will see storms go up and over this. that is what you want to see. and that is classic fall pattern. quality should be fine. fire danger is always high this time of year.
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but not expecting big winds and it will be dry for the next week or so. 10 days in some cases. 78 fairfield. 77 napa. these are highs for tuesday. wednesday, same thing. pretty much. right? thursday. you will see the 5-day forecast, it is similar. 78 brentwood. 78 antioch. cool start to the day. overnight lows in the upper 30s and the coldest spots, there is a couple 80s. morgan hill. gilroy. livermore 78. tuesday is a nice day. this whole week will go the same kind of deal. i think that is what we are looking for after a few weeks of nasty fire conditions. air quality issues. spare the air days. record warmth. a few weeks back. coastal low clouds and fog tomorrow morning. wednesday mild. you see temperatures in the upper 70s. low 80s. i will pop sunday in. more of the same. that is a same 5-day forecast.
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each day. we will take it. after last three weeks of turbulent fire weather. we get a break here. the national effort to house homeless college students kicked off in the south bay today. the ceo of the bill wilson center and officials launched the 100 day challenge. the goal is to house as many homeless college students as possible in 100 days by working to connect them with resources. november is >> coming up in sports, the warriors get their first win at chase center without any of their big stars. mark will have the highlights coming up in sports. and at 11:00 p.m. president trump and gavin newsom, a spat over the wildfires in california. why the president is once again threatening to cut funding to california.
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nights but tonight we get a hard look at very energized young team and get to know the team, eric, a star born tonight. on his birthday no less. gives himself a present. doing it inside this play. he is fouled. it is good. and the warrior fans start feeling the energy but portland has damian lillard. back in his hometown base area. way out three. he had 39. the warriors down three at halftime and the 4th quarter, tied 99-99. warriors go on a 12-0 run. elbowed. he takes exception. it only teamed to fuel the warriors from there. he hadn't hit a three in his career as of yet. he had four tonight. bombs away. it just continues. offensive boards. he was there.
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this time for the slam dunk with aggression. get this, 36 points, 13 rebounds. you see the replay as he goes straight up and down. he played 40 minutes. 127-118 the final. first win over a team that made it to the western conference finals last year. the birthday kid doing all right. >> with the group we have, we kept fighting. it was a of a win. i appreciate my teammates. they found me. to do this right now is special. we have so many guys hurt. it was great. >> monday night football, the new york giants against the dallas cowboys. in year's past that would conjure up a meeting of the titans from the nfc east. not so much anymore. in new jersey. a black cat held up the proceedings a little bit. i don't know if that was bad
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luck for the giants. but they are not very good. the cowboys have dak prescott and that is a beautiful play. athletic balance. into the end zone. 23-15. fourth quarter. jones. doing his thing. great speed. 65yards. they manage a field goal to cut deficit to 23-18. it will take a few more minutes before they crank it up again. prescott. cooper. the former oakland raider. into the end zone. 45yards. 37-18 is the final. dallas is 5-3. the new york giants are 2-7. baseball news, coming in, the awards season is coming up and the giants ready to award madison bumgarner a
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big contract if he wants it as they sent him a $17.8 million qualifying offer. which also means any team that signs him now would have to give up a draft pick so that may limit his options. madison bumgarner was 9-9 this season with a 3.90 e.r.a. tells you where baseball is. .500 pitcher gets offered $18 million bucks. marcus siemian is in the mvp finalists. one of the three that will get the award. played all 162 games for the a's. 33 home runs. 43 doubles. he played also gold glove caliber defense. marcus siemian from the east bay, nice if he were to nab that award.
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in case you missed it over the weekend, the backup quarterback, teddy bridgewater of the new orleans saints going back to his high school in miami. he promised a teacher he would learn one of the football routines at halftime and he gives it his best. in case you missed it. >> come on. come on. yes. >> at miami northwestern high school. feeling good about himself there. little rock, arkansas. a sixth grader taking the hand off. 6'3", 360 -- >> the whole team can't stop him. >> i want to see this again. look at him. run through the middle.
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there a hurd after him. that is the sporting life. >> thank you. coming up next at 11:00 p.m. >> if the police were to come when they were called, you know? the party would have been shut down. a father's anguish as he struggles with the death of his son. one of five people killed at a halloween party. lloween party. . hello everyone. i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. frustration over why police didn't break up the party before five people were shot to death. ktvu's amber lee begins our coverage. >> reporter: he shows me the collection of photos he has of s son. the 23-year-old was one of five young people shot and killed at the halloween party at the airbnb home. dad says he just celebrated his birthday with his son the day before halloween. >> i am going to cherish that. we had good conversations.
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we enjoyed each other's company on my birthday. he was just enjoying life. you know, he was very intelligent, smart, loving. >> the family created a memorial in front of his mother's home in oakland. to g another son pictured here was shot and killed last year. dad can't was preventible. he questions why police did not night before the shooting. >> if the police would have came when they were called at 9:00 p.m., you know, the party would have been shut down.


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