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the shooting early sunday morning. >> they destroyed my family. they killed my baby and they killed part of my soul, too . >> yvonne garcia lopez broke down when police announced an arrest in the shooting death of her three month old zack -- isaac. >> i am not saying whether or not he confessed it is an open investigation . >> police are holding a 16 year old suspect in a weapon's charge and think he may have been involved in the shooting. the tragedy appears to be a case of mistaken identity. the 17 year old thought he had spotted gang members that assaulted him. >> believing that the two individuals were in the car fired upon the car.
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yvonnewas hit in the leg trying to shield her babies from the gunfire. >> breaking the silence. but thank so much to the community and our police department for doing their job. >> the baby's father was hit boy a bullet and recovering through the hospital. through her tears yvonne had a warning to other children. pay, give them love. they will find it on the streets and hang out with the wrong people and be killers and destroying families. baby isaac would have turned four months old this coming sunday. it will be up to the district attorney's office whether to prosecute that 17 year old as an adult. in east palo alto. karina rusk, abc 7 news.
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>> the tower will be illuminated in honor of vincent perez andanth me val ario. >> we are getting a sense of outpowering of sympathy for the firefighter. they went to the house of anthony valerio's parent's house to help mow the lawn. it has been a massive outpouring of sympathy. station 26 in san francisco reminders was loss were everywhere. the irony the best people to help them deal would be lieutenant perez and anthony valerio. >> no matter how sad you were, he would make you smile.
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>> no one will be smiling when the city holds a double memorial for perez and valerio in the cathedral. imagine 2500 people in one room doing the same. union president tom o' conner is working on the massive logistics. >> the families want the men remembered the men they were and heroes. >> investigators picked through the rubble for cluse today . the cause of the fire does not appear to be suspicious which made the life easier for juanita green who owns the place. the union made a clue about what made the fire so difficult. terrain and wind and house arc tecture from the front stairs down. >> you are walking down the chimney and the fire started in the bottom of the house and you are coming down on top of it.
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>> not just anyone would walk in conditions. firefighters do . they are born to it and sometimes pay the price. >> the hardest thing to deal with, is that it could have been one of us and it could have been me. >> that funeral takes place in st. mary's cathedral in san francisco. it is big. they are expecting firefighters from across the country among other places. new york bost pon, washington d.c. and houston and the calls keep coming in and logistics are massive. we know there will be two large ladder trucks with an american flag-draped between them. we'll have more about the life stories of those two brave men. >> wayne, thank you . >> family of a missing nursing student is expected to meet with hayward police detectives tonight. michelle le hasn't been seen.
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le's family want the f.b.i. to take over the investigation. they believe the police don't have enough staff to work the case. they could release new information tonight. the reward for lee safe return was increased to $65,000. >> and two bodies appeared this weekend. one was dumped in a neighborhood in sunnyvale and found in a garbage bag . the victim is a hispanic woman. police are going through missing person's reports and rangers found human remains in a park in morgan hill. it appears that the bones had been there for one year. >> a los angeles defense attorney hopes to prove his client is not responsible for the giant's fan in march. giovanni ramirez was arrested in part because he looks like a police sketch of the
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attacker. a man with a shaved head. but his attorney said ramirez had a full head of hair at the time. ramirez hasn't been charged with the stow beating. he is held on a parole violation . stow is in critical but stable condition in the san francisco general hospital. >> new radio communication will improve communication with emergency first responders. the city switched to a digital system. highland trauma system has been a dead zone. police and firefighters were unable to talk to dispatchers, warning each other. >> we know this will make all of our emergency workers, fire and police safer and more able to communicate with each other. >> oakland is the first city to make the change. they are paying for the 8 million dollar system.
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it will help to spread out the long term coast. >> the cash strapped police department is turning to crime cameras in hopes of keeping a lid on prostitution and violence there. >> inlet seven years since yvonne jacobs opened her restaurant she watched the neighborhood go down hill. >> smoking dope . prostitution and gang bangers. it is all here. george is no stranger to downtown vallejo. a man named pab loused a fire iron and cane. but something else is hanging boo above counsel downtown . it is hard to miss. >> they are well marked and
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obvious. if the cameras are there it will deter the crime. >> that's the hope of the vallejo police who saw prostitution spiral out of control since the city went bankrupt. >> catching crime is nothing new . but they're wireless and so if the crime moves, they can follow it . and police officers can watch treming video from the cameras while sitting in the patrol car. >> with remote telephonic lens and night vision, and cameras have raised privacy concerns in the past. >> it is a good thing. anything to help us downtown to stop some of the crime. police force has cut back and we need something. >> business owners agree. they donated enough money to buy two cameras and a third is
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on the way. >> still ahead on abc 7. steve jobs makes a cameo appearance at apple and sends your music in the cloud and turns desk top computer in an ipad. >> computer error that may have assigned your child to the wrong school. >> i am spencer christian. we have a lot of cloud cover today. satellite upon image like this may be a thing of the past. stay tuned. >> con-- hearing the ringing and can't get it s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s
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t has a new way of managing media easier. photies can be hard it coordinate. abc sevendavid louie with apple's answer thou. send it to the cloud. [applause] >> welcome. it was more than a welcome to 5000 developers for the annual apple meeting. steve jobs took a break from medical leave to usher in a new era. how to make it easier to sync the medioand devices. >> it is keeping us crazy. >> the answer he said on icloud. such as the new facility in north carolina. >> that is a powerful new method for keeping things in sync and content across all of your devices and always up to date. >> icloud will deliver or push
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it to all of the devices and it is free. it is mobile devices and os 10 lion. >> we are ready, we think for our customers to start using icloud and we can't wait to get it in their hand. >> to make the cloud work on mobile devices and computers their operating systems will get a major overhaul. they will need to scramble it in for new applications and that could mean working around the clock. >> it is compeel we'll sink our teeth into it . we lose track of time. >> the bottom line, apple is getting everyone to stop thinking of a computer as the center of your multimedia world. >> it is not on the computer but apple is pointing to the cloud and with san francisco david louie, abc 7 news.
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>> and microsoft announced it is bringing youtube and live television to xbox 360. you can download prerecorded movies to the xbox. this is the first time a live signal would be available. it would give no further details. >> a computer mistaken to blame to put san francisco in language emission programs intended for other students. melina ex. >> when it comes to language immersion programs. 50 or 60 percent know the target language and the rest don't. for example this way in the end of the those who speak english learn spanish and spanish speakers learn english. incoming kind are garteners
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are tested and gives students two codes . >> one code are target language speakers and the other code indicates they don't. >> but the school district's computer had a glitch and switched the codes randomly. >> as a result of that the balances and feel below 50 percent . three schools in particular that happened and they are highly requested by people who don't speak the target language. >> initially parents were not notified of the mishap. >> to find out it was mishandled. i didn't lose the lottery fair and square. >> i don't know why it happened. some mistake happened and we'll correct it don't worry. fine. no. it was not corrected in the second round at all. >> by the time the district noticed the problem they had
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too many kids who spoke english. parents were offered places at other schools or the case of the chinese immersion school they had to open another kindergarten class. >> there is no doubt immersion programs are popular and in demand in san francisco. this year 39 percent of all applicants requested the immersion program. some parents hope to get a spot. >> it is a good skill more than one language it is a different way of learning and solving problems it has no negative. abc sevennews. >> with the weather we have had late low. we found this item worthy of note. our summers are hotter than in the coming deck cades. we'll see the unprecedented heat in the next two decades in the tropics and 60 years here in the u.s. . coolest summers will be hotter
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than the summers in the past 60 years . summer-like temperatures are slow to rise. look at the report powered by youtube by someone who drove over echo summit. trains in affect and there was a winter advisory. it looks like winter than summer in the mountains right now. >> we have always breaking news. we took a sneak peek in the 7-day forecast and there was not a drop of rain in that. >> that is the question. do you believe it? >> i don't know. >> believe me, we spent time with the data to come up with this one. we are on the money with this one. east bay camera and looking toward the western sky. we have a lot of cloud cover around and can expect to have it over the overnight hours. here is a look at the
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satellite image. there is a break in the parts of the south bay and east bay . in those areas. temperatures climbed up to 71 degrees in san jose which is the high there and morgan hill at 74 . liver at 69. those areas who didn't have the cloud cover had warming and we'll get more as the week goes on right now temperatures 66 . 64 in mountain view . 58 in oakland . 59 in san rafael. we'll see cloudy skies tonight and drizzle if possible. clearing by midday tomorrow . clouds will return wednesday morning but they don't look threatening in terms of producing rainfall. another upper level low centered off shore. it could squeeze drops of mist or drizzle out of the clouds we'll no doubt see. we'll have overnight hours .
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maybe a spotty drizzle in the early morning hours in the beginning of rush hour and 5:00 or so . we'll see sunny skies by midmorning late day . pleasant and spring-like afternoon. mild side and generally in the low 50s and out in the east bay . tomorrow's high south bay. upper 60s to cents - 70s in cupertino . we'll see scen in redwood city and palo alto and 60os the coast . downtown san francisco high of 63 tomorrow . 59 in the sunset district . north bay highs will range from 64 to 71. 73 in sana rosa . near east bay highs. scen in caster valley . 63 in oakland. inland will warm up to 75 in concord and 73 in livermore .
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monterey bay highs of scen . santa cruz inland, mid-70s. it continues to warm up more and more. thursday and friday inland highs in the low 80s . 70s around the bay. weekend will be mild . low 70s around the bay. monday cools down a bit under breezier conditions . we are looking at no raindrops. what a welcome change. we'll take cash contributions . how the lucky fans got free ticket to the youtube concert. soles for soul trade.
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tonight a new round of pension reform negotiations are brokered san jose and the union. members of three arantxa sanchez-vicario unions have been there this morning. they want to negotiate before there is a state of emergency. >> we'll be set up 24-7. when the city comes down and talks to us we'll be ready to talk. >> a few hours ago the city
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manager's office proposed dates for negotiation. one union has agreed to the meeting date. >> the financial markets took it on the chin today again. dow joins and industrial average lost . nasdaq down 30 and s&p 500 off nearly 14. officials are doing what they can to cope the missouri river from flooding more communities in the upper midwest. they are working to prevent more damage in fort pierce south dakota. heavy and spring rain are to blame for causing the missouri river to overflow its back in iowa and nebraska and missouri. the army corp of engineers had to open the dam's spill way. >> getting rid of something they don't want for tickets. fans lined up outside of the hard rock cafe in san
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francisco in hopes of getting some of the tickets. all they had to do is donate new or slightly used shoes. the tickets were made available after - u 2 rescheduled the concert. >> it conspire charitable giving. >> bought a pair of shoes and came by and i knew i would get the last pair of tickets. >> the shoes collected were donated for soles for souls . later, giants in the building for tomorrow's show. >> coming up. the congressman's confession. >> the picture was of mow and i sent it. >> we'll bring you the tire tearful admission of a east coast lawmaker fooling around on twitter. >> and a powerful manhattan
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he admitted he tweeted a lewd picture of himself to a college student . now nancy pelosi is calling for a ethic's investigation. mark matthews has more. >> weiner is coming clean after lying to his wife and family and world. he said someone hijacked his
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computer . sent the crotch shot to a woman in seattle. he admitted to sending it to himself. congressman weiner admitted to taking a picture of himself in his underwear and sent it to a woman on line. >> it was me and i sent it. >> the 46 year old democratic congressman said the message was supposed to be private. i panicked when i post today to twitter and took it down and said i was hacked. i continued to stick to that story which was a hugely regrettable mistake. >> he exed photos with a dozen women over three years and continued the practic last year. >> i hurt the people who i care about the most and believed in me . for that i am deeply sorry. >> he told reporters he never met the women and or
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igechanged the marital sex. >> all i can do is work hard every day. >> nancy pelosi is calling for an ethic's investigation there is nude pictures that the congressman sent to women on line. >> i would like an apology and they blame the messenger strategy. >> to see the entire new's conference go to abc seven.com. >> we are posting an interview
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in which congressman weiner lashed out for johnathon karl for asking finish outrageous question. knowing what we know now it is a fascinating interview. >> a late word from washington tonight. the chief economic advisor is stepping down. a arthur goolsbee served and will return as professor of economics in the university of chicago. in accepting goldsbee's reznition president obama praised him for steering the world oust a crisis. >> coming to court to face sexual assault charges he faced a mob. >> they were shouting shame on you at 62 year old dominique strauss-kahn who walked in court and pled not guilty to charges of sexual assaulting a
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maid. lawyers for the maid said she will testify at trial. a group of 50 hotel workers many in union form protested outside of the courthouse. >> we are doing our job. try to pull your pants up and not down. >> and strauss-kahn is under house reast and under armed guard. >> five american troops were killed in iraq today. largest single loss of life for the u.s. military in two years. the troops were serving as advisors when they were hit by a barrage of rockets in eastern baghdad. the u.s. military ended combat operations last august but there are 46,000 troops still there. a new abc poll shows that war support in afghanistan is
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eroding. a steady increase it is fallen 10 percent in the past 10 months. defense secretary robet - on robert gates is in afghanistan tonight. he testimonies abc seven's diane sawyer. >> it is important to have a strategy behinted numbers and not just pluck a number out and say that's the number. >> gates said combat troops should be the last to leave so they can press forward with an anti-taliban offensive the war in afghanistan is costing the u.s. 10 billion a month. >> imagine being on the receiving end of a wake up call night after night. that's what happened to the bay area man. sevenon your side michael finney got involved. >> we hear about a wake-up call . a call to action.
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this report is not about that type of wake up call . dennis matthews said it happened like clock work every day. >> the phone rings like i say religiously at 3:30 in the morning. it happened night after night after night. each time he would pick up the phone, no one was on the other end. but denise knew the cause immediately. it happened to denise once before a year ago. >> it scares you. you know, first thing you think it is an emergency. >> last time it happened. at&t technician checked all of the phone lines that came in the house. he said it was test equipment involving computers in at&t in
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their facility there. >> translation there was a computer malfunction. this time at&t sent someone out to look at phone lines again. the tech told him the problem was fixed but that night dennis found out it wasn't. after that he couldn't get anyone from at&t to call him back. he left numerous messages before calling sevenon your side. >> they called them and i got a voice mail that the problem was resolved and it hasn't happened since. >> at&t declined anon camera interview. it is rare. we'll have a half ring on the phone line as we test circuits. we removed the phone line. >> it makes me feel good someone finally took care of the problem. >> he would have disconnected
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>> it is the biggest concert tour ever. u2 perforps on oakland in the biggest stage. crews are finishing up the
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massive set. arts and entertainment reporter don sanchez got in the area for a closer look. >> they call it the claw. it looks like a space ship . supporting sound equipment and more than a thousand people assembling it. it looks and sounds like this. music business has never seen anything like it. looks good. >> and in order to have the u 2 360 tour we needed something substantial to support the lighting and video. >> 300 times worth and the average tour. >> this is a video screen that goes quen feet when it expands it is the biggest ever taken. >> it is surrounded by the audience. >> and it is the largest tour of all time.
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we have 16 shows more to go and pad on that lead. >> more than 550 million dollars and counting. ♪ ♪ the world tour is a year late getting her after bono had back surgery. >> i put on my idos. you think i could be mistaken for bono. >> couldn't convince anyone else. this is big business and many as 550 people travel with the tour. >> locally we hire 1500 people in every city. ushers and stage hand and helping the local economy. 30 to $250 . it is a big set designed to give an indmate feeling in a concert for 65,000 fans. >> what a show. >> don and bono. >> and when we come back katie couric lands a new job.
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erans many of whom had difficulty transiging in civilian life. here's the story. hand painted sign on the dusty road in livermore directs you to the winery. lavish lanes is anything but lavish. it is a converted barn and 10 acres of bare land that will be a vine yard. lavish lanes produces 3000 cases of wine a year and not bad for a start up winery. scarlet red and yellow and gold label are the colors of the marine. >> i have been shot and blown up stabbed and i have had it all and i am still here. still alive. >> 25 year old josh lane is a former marine who did two
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tours of duty in iraq and front line of an invasion . he started his wine making business out of an old rusty bus. when he got out of the marines. >> it was small and only doing 25 cases in there . so we slowly upgraded to a shipping container. and from the shipping can container he worked as a plumber to move in a barn. he and his partners didn't know anything about wine making but his girlfriend convinced him to open his own business. >> we learned a lot from youtube and to cut costs. >> he manages other vine yards and in return they give him grapes to make his wine. it is a family business and take care of his military brothers and sisters. this is a safe haven and i
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want them here and welcome them here. we are all on the same page. >> walls of the tasting room are decorated with service flags and photographs. his vision is to create jobs for veterans here and they can find the same kind of camaraderie. >> i was er drug addict and homeless. >> he was a gunner in the army and treated for ptfd in a rehab and working here is a new chapter. >> i moved to livermore and worked for josh and going to the college and using my gi bill. >> chatted an unemployed navy veteran was the manager. >> they got me motivated to get off of my but and i would not say depressed, but i would come in here and it was an uplifting experience. >> jeff manual is served in
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the air force and he suffers from gulf war syndrome because of chemicals from the burning oil fields. he said the vine yards are like a psychiatrist couch and a place to talk about their issues. >> they don't talk to family and not spouses and moms and dads and they don't want them to worry. >> they could be having issues . they either way can feel free and awful their problems go away. lavish lanes is of course a business and a place where veterans can get a second chance at life. vick lee, abc 7 news. >> if you are a fan of katy couric. she signed a deal for a talk show on abc in fall. she left to anchor the cbs evening news but did not renew her contract that expired last
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week. she said work done by local stations played a role. >> abc is a strong station and cared deeply about local news and that is important to me. you need strong local news stations to do a successful daytime show. >> couric will contribute to abc news. >> and we are experiencing a strange weather phenom nan. >> no rain for the next several days. >> can you believe that. >> no. willed you believe al roker. >> no. high definition south beach camera you can see a lot of clouds moving over head and a little bit of drizzle around and how much lower will high temperatures average. 17 degrees lower than average and a high of 61 . 11 degrees below average .
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we have warmer days to come. inland highs and in the low to mid-70s tomorrow . tomorrow night at at&t park. giants taking on the washington nationals. game time seven:15 and temperatures in the 50s and things are getting warmer. here is the 7-day forecast. we'll look at inland highs in the low 80s. yeah, summer like weather is arriving. are you satisfied now. >> we have late word from the warriors. look what happened. they named a new coach next . >> and 49ers unauthorized minicamp. lock out
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homicide. they have not found a body but evidence has led them down that path. lewas last see in kaiser hospital in hayward. we'll stay on top of that story for you tonight. >> plus you can put as much on your mobile phone and have the battery life. >> coming up at 9:00. silicon valley start up that
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cuts the power of the computer chips in half. wikipedia had to lock down a page after what sara palin said about paul revere's ride . >> and telestraighting a play. >> you will be telestraighting that on after the game. warriors named mark jackson the new coach. he had a nba career and an analyst for espn. the 46 year old has no head coaching experience but played with 7 different teams and led the teams to the playoffs. he played for five hall of fame coaches . mark will bring a fresh and youthful approach with leadership skills and strong personality. the owner was impressed with the leadership skills thal translate in coaching duty.
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he will begin after the nba playoffs. >> the 49ers donated to the spark program . they remain inland. >> we were not allowed on the field where approximately 20 or 25 players showed up to work on the new play book jim harbaugh. they led the class rom work. >> that's what the quarterback will do. you want him to be that leader. any time you have questions, offensively you should go to alec. >> he's not on the roster. >> smith was offered a contract but yet to sign it he refused to talk to the media but a lot of accomplished. >> get guys involved early and so we don't miss too much. we are missing a lot with the lock out. >> the imagines - players are
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frustrated they are locked out and don't have a collective bargaining agreement. >> really tough right now and don't know what is going on. but i am doing like everybody else. just one day at a time and learn working out. >> really frustrating. you miss your teammates . you miss the game of football. you know, activities that we had. otas and minicamp and all of those things don't have that right now. >> you feel like there will be a season? >> i strongly believe there will be a season. >> how about them a's. they sent kevin to triple a and reinstated adam gonzalez from the dl. tonight in baltimore okay looking to snap the six-game slide. gonzalez knocked off early in . mark is signals to left.
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orioles out to a four-nothing lead. welcome back adam first game off of the dl blasts a homer . end the night kevin gets him out and make seven straight losses for the a. >> he wanted to be there a long time. they are notine close and here he is. >> assistant gm said they are weeks away. bob, and you i are going to talk. i am larry beil. >> and i am carolyn. thanks for joining us . captioned
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