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this is the 10:00 news on fox to peer >> a massive selloff on wall street, that thou plunges 1000 points, on fears the coronavirus could derail the economy. >> this 1000-point drop was the largest point drop in the last two years, it is disconcerting. no question about it. >> us markets sunk more than
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3%. right now the selloff continues in asia, stocks are trading mostly lower. here are the numbers from wall street today. the dow fell 1031 points, the third-largest point drop ever. the nasdaq lost 155 and s&p lost 111. our reporter is in san francisco , where they are feeling the impact of the coronavirus. >> they are already feeling the effects on the bottom line. they pulled out of this conference along with other companies and we are told that they are also taking extra steps to try to allay people's fears about the coronavirus. the cybersecurity conference goes on in san francisco but the economic boost might not be as big. thirteen companies including ibm
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have pulled out. wendy: says her team saw fewer people at the opening night. >> they had hand sanitizers all over. they put one next to the booth. they offered sanitation services . >> concern over the coronavirus led to a devastating day on wall street on monday. the 1000-point drop reflect concerns over hundreds of new cases. lockdowns continue in asia and china >> we are dependent as american companies, on global supply chains. >> the coronavirus could be more
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devastating than the sars outbreak in 2003, because china is now the second largest economy in the world, and a hub for global supply chains. >> it is much more deeply integrated into the global economy. it is dominant in the world. that was not the case in 2003. >> reporter: they point to bay area companies like apple, who will have lowered revenue. the port of oakland announced that volume is expected to drop as shipping lines are canceling voyages due to lower demand. fifty trips have been canceled. the world health organization says the outbreaks have not reached pandemic levelvolatility in the staying the course.
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>> a ten year treasury paying less than 1.4% when the government inflation rate is 2%. >> the white house is expected to ask congress tomorrow for $1 billion in emergency funding, in hopes of developing vaccines and preventing the spread of the coronavirus. nancy pelosi visit chinatown today in hopes of convincing people the neighborhood is safe. tourism has dropped she made a stop at the golden gate cookie factory where sales have dropped 70%. >> passions have been taken. you should come to chinatown. there is a concern about
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tourism throughout the world. but we think it is very safe to be in chinatown and we hope that others will come. >> she also visited a temple, and criticized the president proposed budget that is expected to cut 19% from the cdc budget. oakland police chief is not going away quietly, she plans to ask the department of justice to open an inquiry into why she was fired. christina ringtone spoke with the police chief, claiming that the dismissal was retaliation painful to me. it is not how i would like to end 38 years. >> do you have regrets?
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>> i don't have a single regret. >> she believes her firing may be out of retaliation. a police commissioner approached her in 2018, kirkpatrick wouldn't reimburse, instead she wrote a report and sent to the city. >> you hired a woman of integrity and i'm willing to stand by my values, or lose a job because of my values. i have no regrets. >> commissioner harris has not responded to requests for comment. the police commission has been at odds with her at the in the past, including during the shooting death of joshua >> in that shooting, i had tried to bring in outside people to sit on the board to make a determination that the shooting
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was in policy or out of policy. you don't get more transparent than trying to lose outside people. i was blocked from doing it. >> the oversight monitor recommended the officers being fired but she did the shooting was justified. >> cannot be bullied to change my opinion. i knew that if i had called that shooting out of policy, i would had great headlines. you all would have thought i was amazing. i was not willing to that shooting is the reason they were looking to terminate me before due process. something is definitely wrong.
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i will be asking the department of justice to open an inquiry into the oversight system. that includes all parties involved. >> is oakland better off or worse? >> safer than when i came. but my termination has created a great deal of damage, it has created total destabilization. it is hard to believe. does the city believinthese values? they didn't practice them. >> how has your relationship changed? i think well of the mayor in the sense that she hired me and gave me a great opportunity. that's why i am really surprised and
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quite disappointed that three weeks ago she asked me to go to washington dc for a meeting she introduced me as her fabulous police chief. and two weeks ago she said she was going to fight for me and i believed her. i am weighing my legal options right now. i want to be honorable in this. and let's get to hearing let's get to healing. >> the mayor's office did not directly address her assertion of retaliation but said the chief commission voted unanimously to remove is the ma
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determine when the trust has become irrevocably lost and prevents oakland from moving forward. our news app has extended interview clip's with the chief. highway patrol is looking for a driver hit and killed a 12-year-old girl. the chp says the little girl was walking in the crosswalk with her older sister 50 yards from her home when the driver of the f1 50 hit the girl and then took off. the 12-year-old was taken to the hospital with major injuries and unfortunately she did not survive. >> for an individual to hit somebody, to know that suffer b
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that is just selfish. >> the entire incident was captured on camera. the driver is a white or the tendo latino man, 35 years old. an elderly man harassed in a bayview neighborhood, the video has now gone viral. it appears to show an elderly man being harassed while retrieving cans. police are trying to identify and find the victim and any witnesses. we will have much more on the story coming up tonight. regulatorsin the south bay to be drained. what this means for water use
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in santa clara county it will be a warm one out there, there is a warmer one coming tomorrow. we will talk about more in your coming forecast remembering kobe bryant and his daughter, in a tearful memorial at the staples center. wall street banks took advantage
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of millions of americans during the recession. so, my wife kat and i took action. we started a non-profit community bank with a simple theory - give people a fair deal and real economic power. invest in the community. in businesses owned by women and people of color. in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message.
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federal regulators are ordering the santa clara water district to completely drain the largest reservoir in the county located east of morgan hill. the dam could collapse in the event of an earthquake. it is currently only 29% capacity. regulators ordered it to be drained by october. ourreporter is below that deck. >> the anderson dan we've known is not seismically safe they've planned to replace it in the next two years. it's behind - - the reservoir is in san jose. it is instrumental to the water supply.
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>> why now? who made the decision? what are they going to do to fix the problems they are causing? >> regulators say it does not need current earthquake standards and could collapse. >> it is pretty old. in the event of a big earthquake, there would be major damage to the community. >> they previously limited capacity at 45%. but in a letter, the commission wrote we do not infer that the current reservoir restriction appropriately balances competing issues in this project. the water district said with the new requirements we expect to see the impact of groundwater basins replenished from anderson road reservoir. their concerns nowthe wildlife as coyotecreek dries up as they face a dry february
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>> we will see what happens. i asked this will stay in place. >> we have the aqueducts, we have a remote groundwater basin. >> the district board went member is not worried, saying the county has built a resilient water system that should last several years. replacing the dam was inevitable. >> this is just an acceleration of what was already in motion. this just speeded up >> they plan now to create an outlet pipe to control the water levels. a home security camera captured a mountain lion wandering around san bruno. it
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came through early this morning the mountain lion was seen jumping over a backyard fence and into another yard. officers have received several reports from neighbors about the mountain lion near rollingwood drive. people are being asked to call authorities immediately if they see mountain lions. >> we had another nice day today we are waiting on the rain. after all, it is february. i think march will get going again. we've got a big ridge of high pressure in the system here. on this side of the jet you can see where the weather is. this little trough in this ridge area. the plan is for more dry weather as we head through the next several days and into the weekend. hopefully early march will produce something for us. in the meantime we got dry
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conditions, and temperatures tomorrow that are going to be warmer than today. perhaps as warm as 80 degrees in some places. warmer days, dry conditions, the five day forecast will be coming when i see you next. a new policy is changing who can get a green card. homeland security has implemented income requirements . the rule makes it easier to deny green cards for those seeking citizenship if the immigrants are deemed likely to need public assistance. critics say the new rule unfairly targets people who don't speak english. it seems to be causing widespread fear among immigrants. >> the main impact is people are asking us whether or not they should be taken off the grocery benefits or whether or not they should apply for it because it could affect
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immigration status. >> the new green card rule could affect taxpayers and safeguard welfare. it was a memorial full of symbolism here coming up after the break, the star-studded tribute to an nba legend and his daughter. the search is on for armed robbers who broke into a $2 million home, held up a woman at gunpoint and ransacked the house. more on that coming up next. stay with us, we will be right back. shining light onthose affected with ptsd. >> tomorrow i talk with the youth orchestra conductors.
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even when it's hard. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. a sold-out crowd at staples center came together to member kobe bryant and gianna bryant. it's safe to say there were very few dry eyes. our reporter shows us touching tributes. [ music ] >> reporter: for two hours on this symbolic 224,
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24,000 people came together in the house that kobe bryant built. fans from all walks of life, all there to remember a global superstar and his daughter gianna bryant. the budding sensation who never got to realize her dream of playing for the university of connecticut, or become a high school freshman. vanessa bryant took the podium first in her first public appearance. she talked about gigi as her own mini me. vanessa talked about what it was like to be married to someone like kobe bryant. >> i could not see him as just a celebrity or a beloved best ballplayer. he was just my sweet husband. >> monday's celebration of life
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includedperformances from the world's most powerful voices. from beyonci to christina aguilera with her version of abe maria. and alicia keys with her rendition of moonlight sonata. that song is one that kobe bryant taught himself to play, by year, to impress vanessa. >> by the end of the week he had the entire piece mastered. >> laughter often was filling the stadium even during a tearful remembrance by michael jordan. he referred to kobe bryant as a little brother who could push the envelope.
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>> at first it was an aggravation. but then it turned into passion. >> shaquille o'neal acknowledged a complex relationship made it clear that they were brothers. he shared his story of the efforts he made to make kobe bryant has the ball more a common theme was his legacy to slot strive for excellence, the mentality he had, and surrounded by 3000 roses, one for each point he scored in his career. vanessa bryant tried to make sense of this unimaginable loss >> god knew we could not be on
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this earth without each other. he had to bring them home to have them together. >> before the memorial service today, kobe bryant widow filed a wrongful death lawsuit, saying that the pilot should have aborted the flight. nine people were killed in the crash. the lawsuit is asking for punitive damages but it is unclear how much. issuing two ballots for the same voter, a loophole making it possible for some people to vote twice, and how california election officials are trying to stop at. a showdown at stanford as oregon visits the cardinals. joe is at the pavilion for the game. >> testing is continuing to make
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if these politicians get notable votes from one person, this is corruption in my opinion. >> hundreds of voters have already attempted to vote more
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than once and local elective officials say they are powerless to stop it because of a system that can send one more than one vote e-mail ballot check and the pool has gone unaddressed for the last four years. new no mistake, this automated system will send out a new ballot if you are personal or party information changes. that convenience is also opening the door to potential voter fraud. the secretary of state has ignored calls to fix the flaw, leaving it up to the counties to police thousands of votes. like many california voters, renie mcclure wanted the ease of voting from home, but alameda county elections sent her two different vote by mail ballots. >> i was anticipating it. i was anticipating it and it happened. >> a new ballot was triggered,
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after she recently applied for a new california id, change the spelling of her name and political party preference. election safeguards are supposed to stop this, or if like the original ballot. this machine rejects duplicates or questionable signatures. but there is at least one way around that. >> one person double voting is wrong. one vote, one person. >> the state gives voters the choice to vote by mail or by polls, and switch between the two of them. that flexibility can create an issue. >> the unintended consequence of that, there are a lot of ballots floating around out there. >> those allow someone to mail in one and surrender the blank
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ballot at the polls, then cast a second vote on election day. poll workers can see who received a ballot, but have no idea if it was counted or if the voter received more than one. >> it is possible. because you know possible, you have to check. >> contra costa county cross checked election day voters with ballots and scabbard 113 cases of double voting. santa clara county from 76. marin county found 19. other counties found similar problems long after election day was over. >> it is a vulnerability that could easily be closed. >> county election election for officials wanted everybody to be able to vote provisionally. votes would be set aside, ecked
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but alex says that is against the law, he told us he stands behind open process. >> the same voter tries to return another ballot by mail, the other one will not be counted, only the first. >> that is not entirely true. some slipped through the cracks without an easy way to verify if a vote by mail ballot has been received and counted. >> your creating more opportunity for mistakes to occur. >> logan represents the public interest legal foundation, a nonprofit law firm aimed at improving election integrity. he blames the secretary of state. >> anybody who says the system works fine and there is nothing to worry about, they are saying voter fraud is the cost of democracy
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and that is accessible in 2020. >> the secretary of state's office sent this letter to county election officials, saying they should handle the issues themselves and figure out a way to electronically mark or separate out voters request multiple ballots. some counties argue it is too costly, too difficult, or makes more room for error. instead they are reactive, trying to expose the double voting long extra after the election is over. >> i've got my eyes on you. we are looking, we are checking. we take it very personally when people cheat. >> this all reaffirms her distrust in the election system and makes her believe the loophole will be exploited even more in this primary election. >> if you know what is going on and let it happen, that's wrong here if they are aware that the problem exists, they should not
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brush it under the rug. >> that vulnerability still remains. it may not be enough to sway local races but overall it undermines the process. fifteen counties are part of a new voters choice act program which requires real-time computer access to determine who has already voted. that means napa, san mateo, santa clara counties have added new protections in so they can catch those double voters. >> some of these races have come down very close. are people concerned about affecting the outcome of some of these races? >> some have looked at polarized politics and how some would go to to make sure their candidate wins. so they are willing to put their own lives on the line, so to speak, and they will be
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prosecuted if they try to vote twice. >> thank you. >> you are welcome. supporters of abortion rights say it could be more difficult for women who seek an abortion, a new rule bans taxpayer-funded clinics from making referrals, overruling preliminary introductions, and also prohibiting the same clinics from sharing office space. officials are trying to determine whether or not a campus is safe after the discovery of a toxic chemical in the groundwater there. they held community meetings to inform parents about the closure and to explain where students will be attending class in the meantime. >> students came to an informational meeting on
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wednesday morning, about the shut down. the district continues testing for a cancer- causing michael. is called tce and it is commonly used as a solvent. >> it is disheartening that they would allow the intimidation in the first place. >> reporter: with the shut down, the oakland unified school district announced a plan for the approximately 350 students, beginning on tuesday, ninth grade students will report, tent and 11th graders will be attending middle school. some days the students are expected to be going on field trips.'s and we should be expected to go on our schoolwork. we are going to be way behind on things we should be learning.
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discovered are testing for sig the chemical. preliminary tests found no trace. the school diri will be conducting a second round on wednesday. that includes inside the building, groundwater and soil. >> we don't know. >> until test results come back, they remain closed. coming up, another home invasion in an upscaleeast bay neighborhood. >> they case that neighborhood. >> what the robbers did when confronted by a robert - - what they did when confronted inside the home.
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vo:for president.ver that's mike bloomberg. a middle class kid who built a global company from scratch. mayor of new york, rebuilding the city after the
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9-11 terrorist attack, creating 450,000 jobs. running for president - and on a roll. workable plans to deliver on better health care. affordable college. job creation. common sense plans to beathe chs in washington, and get things done. mike: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. pleasanton police are searching for three suspects in a weekend home invasion, who broken while the homeowners were out of town. but the armed intruders came face-to-face with a relative who was housesitting.
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>> a home invaded in the middle of the night. these three men all broke through a rear sliding door at 3:45. at least one of them was armed with a gun. >> it's a nice quiet neighborhood. hardly anyone comes up here >> reporter: the family was out of the country a relative was inside, taking care of the five- bedroom home that sold for more than $2 million a couple million couple years ago. two of the men confronted her at gunpoint, took her phone and ransacked thehouse. >> people look at the neighbors and say there must be a lot of stuff here. >> ruiz lives a couple doors down check >> if they are casing the neighborhood and are coming back, i think everyone is on alert. >> the men were picked up in this suv. kelly says she is unnerved. >> we are home, my husband
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daughter and i >> they were not physically harm. the police are comparing notes with other agencies. new details in the john lee cowell murder trial. a representative said she was assaulted on her way into court today she said her attacker got away before she was able to take a picture. she - - cowell has pled not guilty for fatally stabbing a teenager on the macarthur bart station platform two and a half years ago. after the break, plans for a marijuana delivery business and how the decision to move forward with it could affect the biggest school districts in the county. >> bill martin has a look at
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the final week of february. wall street banks took advantage
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of millions of americans during the recession. so, my wife kat and i took action. we started a non-profit community bank with a simple theory - give people a fair deal and real economic power. invest in the community. in businesses owned by women and people of color. in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message.
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marin county is poised for a new delivery service but it could affect a school district. the proposed site in mill valley
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has educators concerned. >> you won't have nearly as much power. >> volleyball practice in mill valley after the school district served up a valley of its own, a letter urging county members to deny a cannabis delivery service. >> what is okay, what is okay? >> reporter: the location is a commercial building on the edge of city limits. they are being allowed to set up storage and delivery. ten sites have been approved in san rafael. they serve medical customers only, no walk-ins. the cofounder has a teenager here himself and understands the concerns, but says his plan at this location beats all of thtshe county has meets all of the requirements
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laid out >> they wo being thrown at us. >> other tenants also wonder in it is a mix of medical and professional offices, therapy practice and a learning center. >> we have kids coming in for tutoring here. >> they also worry about drivers getting robbed. >> it doesn't need to be this close to town. they can drive a little bit further. >> the area is heavily traveled by teenagers who already use cannabis more than tobacco. keynotes the effect on adolescent brains and mood, causing academic and social harm >> it is still a known entity in the community we are also concerned about messaging >> the decision rests with supervisors, with county staff recommending the go-ahead
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>> we have worked really long, we worked really hard, and we are ready to serve the county. it is another warm day out there does not feel at all like a brewery. but it is still february for another week or so we could see some rain we won't see any for february. temperatures are above average. warmer than yesterday by a few degrees. i suspect tomorrow we will see more middle to upper 70s. a warmer day for the bay area on tuesday. it looks like it will stay that way for the rest of the week, temperatures will be mild, and here's the big picture, a big ridge of high pressure. this storm is going up over the top it has a trough out here in the denver area and it gets wet out in the
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ohio valley. it continues to be dry, march the model suggests something might start to change around. a couple of the patterns could be ready juicy. we need a good one or two atmospheric rivers in march. the current conditions, cloudy, mostly clear everywhere along the coast, overnight lows incentives score in the upper 40s, daytime highs done by the ballpark in the middle 60s. middle to upper 60s, mission rock at 70 degrees, a couple low 80s tomorrow. wednesday won't much different. it will be slightly cooler.
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subtle differences through the week. no rain, not much to really hang our hats on terms of four rain this month. hopefully march become something we can sink our teeth into. the warmest state through the week. clouds show up saturday and sunday. keep an eye on that. maybe something will move around here. right now it is continuing to be dry. coming up in sports, oregon and stanford play tonight in a matchup between basketball powerhouses. and next in sports, the local product to essentially took over the game. a disturbing video of an elderly man being harassed and chased. tonight, community members are speaking out. fighting climate change
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try to win by attacking, now, we know the trump strategy- distorting, dividing. mr. president: it. won't. work.
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newspapers report bloomberg is the democrat trump fears most. as president, universal healthcare that lets people keep their coverage if they like it. a record on job creation. a doable plan to combat climate change. i led a complex, diverse city through 9-11 and i have common sense plans to move america away from chaos to progress! i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. mark is here now with sports. it was an interesting connection . >> it was one of the most emotional days for basketball fans, if notof kobe bryant. to play the game he loved and contributed so much to, a definite must watch tonight with the top
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rated teams going at it down in stanford. russell wilson, the seattle quarterback's sister play stanford. everybody else who sees this, sabrina ionescu driving to the field, a bucket, oregon blows it up on stanford. and 11 took one run before the half ends. twenty-seven point points for lexi. still down by ten at the half. sabrina ionescu with 12 rebounds, 12 assists. oregon wins this 174 took 66. sabra is celebrating. she becomes the first collegiate player with 2000 points, 1000 rebounds and 1000 assists. no one has ever done that before. joe was at stanford tonight and
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summarizes a most memorable . >> reporter: sabrina's marathon day began in los angeles. she was a speaker at the memorial service for kobe bryant and gianna bryant. >> one time someone grabbed a jersey. she knocked him down and stepped right over him. we look at each other smiling, and he goes i don't know where she learned that from. i laughed and said i know. >> it was learned after sabrina's rescuer record- setting night that she had arrived in the bay area around 3:00 yesterday afternoon and stayed out her pregame warm-ups because she could not keep anything in her stomach. she went out and made a record 26th triple-double. >> will come back to you. be able to do this was such an
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honor for me. i did everything i could to hold it together. >> she is, i think, the face of basketball right now, men, women, whatever. she feels like her team lost to the best team in the country. in all likelihood they could meet again in the pectoral and again after that the ncaa. >> imagine sabrina's day, starting in los angeles. and kobe bryant celebration of life, possibly the greatest collection of athletes ever assembled in one place, to honor the man who gave so much to the game 88,000 you will get into stable center.
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they were morning gigi bryant, and the seven others that were lost as well. shakeel o'neil, michael jordan, extremely real emotional. and he talked about a brother relationship that he had kobe bryant. >> he was my big friend like a little brother. everyone wanted to talk about the comparisons between he and i. i wanted to be the best big brother i could be. [ cheering & applause ] >> in the meantime, another subject that i guess everybody can laugh about. madison bumgarner ruined one giant season with dirtbike accident. he was at it again. off-season rolling the dice. it seems this off-season was
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using mason and saunders and competing in rodeos. he signed a deal and earn $1000 on a roping competition. his former manager bruce bochy commented about it. >> it scary. a great story but medicine you are your biggest contract ever you are going to risk it with a rodeo. you got caught. >> he got cut, there yougo. >> in the meantime, the diamondbacks took it on the chin, the a's don't have a radio station for a winyet in the league. they lost to the brewers 14-4
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andthey part with marlowe again dumping the truck that is sports for this hour. >> mark, thank you. and next at 11:00. [ screaming ] a cruel encounter, on camera. an elderly man threatened and harassed san francisco. no police are trying to find him and the person responsible. the 11:00 news starts now >> the video was posted on social media yesterday and has now gone viral hello, everyone out and threatened in san francisco's bayview neighborhood. amber lee is reporting live from the city


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