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contractor the contractor working here at valley medical center is also the contractor that built levi's stadium. the county says there is a connection. now the county says it may dump its contractor. >> reporter: workers for turner construction continue to build valley medical center's new hospital wing, but by this time next week, they could all be fired. >> we're prepared to just lock them out of the project. >> reporter: sources say the county has been inching toward the so-called nuclear option for years. the county hired turner construction shortly after voters approved a $300 million hospital renovation in 2008. but delays pushed the project back from a 2013 completion to 2016. now it's backed up to 2017. even more surprising, the delays may be tied to the building of levi's stadium. >> the minute that the levi's stadium project offered an incentive for early completion, turner who is the general
contractor there holds many of its subcontractors and our project we believe got neglected. >> poppycock. absolute nonsense. >> reporter: a spokesman denied the company favored the 49ers stadium over the hospital. >> turner builds thousands of projects a year. it knows how to build two projects at the same time. >> reporter: turner says the delays were caused by county mismanagement and change orders that often sent crews home early without working. >> we think this is more of a pr exercise on the part of the county and less about the facts. >> reporter: this letter from the county facilities manager obtained by kpix shows the contractor had trouble passing routine inspections. it calls on turner to improve quality control. >> when you talk to turner, they'll portray themselves as victims in this process but the real victimerize the patients and the county taxpayers. >> late this afternoon there was a scheduled meeting between
turner construction and the county. no word on how that meeting went but the county says if turner does not get its act together in the next week and prove it can finish the project it will find another contractor. reporting live in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> it's expensive too if you believe the county. santa clara county says the hospital is losing $36 million in revenue every year that it is closed. a federal appeals court is being asked to decide whether long waits on california's death row amount to cruel and unusual punishment. today we asked bay area residents to weigh in. in our poll an overwhelming majority, 55%, said the long delays are not cruel. 36% think they are. kpix 5 phil matier is outside san quentin prison with the legal battle over delayed sentences. >> it was interesting that poll also showed 55% of those surveyed still support the death
penalty. you put those two numbers together, and you can see while opponents have decided to put the entire judicial system on trial. >> the average time it takes from start to finish in the state courts exceeds 20 years. >> reporter: and indeed only 13 of the more than 900 people who have been sentenced to death since 1978 have been executed. alameda county, for example has 40 inmates on death row. one has been executed. nine have died of natural causes. >> it does take a long time. >> reporter: in fact o'malley said the one case she's had that's actually been executed volunteered. >> he didn't want to sit on death row so he voluntarily put himself at the top of the list. >> reporter: most others appeal their cases and in california that can take forever. for starters the state will only pay for 34 lawyers in the current 758 cases on appeal. >> you're spending 16 years on death row before you even have an attorney and then there's an
additional delay of eight to 10 years before you can actually argue your case. >> reporter: and then there are the countless filings. >> there just aren't enough courts to manage all the appeals. and then the appeals can go on forever. >> this is why people are spending 30, 35, 40 years on death row. >> reporter: and then sometimes the cases are sent back. >> we have to go back and try to recreate the evidence from 20 years ago or 25 years ago. >> you're trying to avoid being executed. what's the problem with a delay? >> i guess that's the philosophical question of what's better knowing what's going to happen to you or not knowing? >> hopefully this can give guidance on how to streamline the appeal process keep the fairness and justice in but move it more quickly through. >> we don't seem to have our act together and be able to do it. then the debate is can this be repaired by streamlining the death penalty or is it broken
beyond repair? >> and that is the question that was put forth to a panel of fedroom judges today. they listen -- federal judges today. this is the court system as we all know. that takes time. sometimes more time than we ever imagined. in san quentin phil matier kpix. >> our survey usa poll still shows support for the death penalty in the bay area but the numbers are slipping. nine years ago 64% of those polled supported capital punishment. today that's dropped to 55%. san jose could become the latest bay area city to try to bring soaring rents under control. the city council tomorrow will discuss a proposal that would cap annual increases. san jose is looking at establishing an ordinance to keep renters from getting kicked out so a landlord can bring new tenants and charge higher rents. highway 101 open again tonight but a very different picture this weekend. thousands
of drivers stranded when high voltage power lines fell across the freeway in burlingame. all north and southbound lanes were shut down for almost 18 hours. another closure overnight on sunday. those lines came down when a tower collapsed near the new broadway overpass. construction crew is being blamed. kpix 5's mike sugerman tells us there's a lot of people pointing fingers right now. >> we know what happened but we don't know why it happened or how. here's what we know. an ex cu -- excavator that was helping to build highway 101 onramp in burlingame rammed in to a metal power tower. it collapsed sending live wires crashing down on to the highway. cal trans is doing the work. it hired gelati construction to do some of the work. they hired jfeck usea.
the investigation is just starting. >> right now we're looking in to exactly what happened, who did what. it's way too early to speculate on who's going to be responsible for how much. work has stopped at this once bustling construction site and we don't know exactly when it will start again. this project was supposed to be done sometime in 2017. we don't know if that's been delayed but we do know they have to come back and replace the poles they put in, these temporary poles and we believe they'll have to close highway 101 again when that happens. but cal trans can't say for sure. in burlingame, mike sugerman, kpix 5. fire destroyed a building and forced two schools to cancel classes in los gatos today. this started after 11:00 last night and burned for several hours. kpix 5's kit do with the
damage. >> reporter: a small piece of blue plastic is all that remains of the trash can where the fire started. they climbed up the wall of the loma prieta gymnasium center, burned for some time before anybody noticed. the art room, the substation the music room complete with charred ashes of a piano all destroyed. >> i'm just saying it's suspicious in nature so when we say it's suspicious in nature, we look at everything. we don't want to curtail on one item. it is strange. >> i don't feel like a hero. i feel like i'm just doing what my first instinct as a mountain person. >> reporter: adrian valderas was the first to call it in. it seems everyone has a connection to the building. >> i'm speechless. i don't know what to say. upsetting. i went here when i was a kid. i can't believe this happened to our community. we don't need anymore fires. we've been through a lot up here in the mountains and we do not need anymore. >> reporter: for firefighter
nate desilva it's been a long morning. >> it's surreal to be back here. >> it is. it's unfortunate just to see the gym down. it will be a while till they get it back. >> reporter: it could have been much worse. the fire wall kept the flames from spreading in to the gymnasium. for this community, wildfires are a way of life and rebirth. >> the community will recover. it's an incredible community and we'll sort this out and we'll be back. >> in the santa cruz mountains kpix 5. we're counting down to super bowl 50 and the bay area is about to get an up-close look at the game's storied history. starting next week this mobile exhibit will be traveling around the bay area. it's called the 50s tour. champions of the bay. it highlights the combined eight super bowl victories of the raiders and 49ers. it will be the first time that all eight
championship trophies are in the same place at the same time. that is unique. also joining the had tour will be a play 60 football. play 60 is the nfl's initiative to encourage children to get out and exercise at least 60 minutes every day. there will be a family friendly space called the read zone. nfl players and legends will be hosting reading hours. this is all part of the super bowl host committee's effort to increase literacy. >> there's going to be a lot of things to do regardless of you just want to see the trophies or spend an entire afternoon there there will be plenty to do and see. >> the tour starts september 9th at the nfl kick-off celebration in san francisco. it continues through mountain view fremont santa clara and several other cities around the bay area until november. kpix 5 will be along for the tour of course. and for the full schedule you can check out cbssf.com/superbowl. still ahead bicyclists
versus a driver. this showdown getting violent. how the video is fueling tensions on the road. >> two young football players collapse suddenly after a game. tonight one person is under arrest but what happened to the boys is still a mystery. >> sunshine today everywhere in the bay area, even ocean beach basking in the sunshine. we'll take the blue sky find out which two days are going to be the coolest and what next change is coming up as we head toward the labor day holiday weekend. >> coming up at 6:30, whether you agree with donald trump or not, could his plan to ship off immigrants really happen? we ask the
the drought is affecting all of us. at pg&e we've definitely put a focus on helping our agricultural customers through the drought. when they do an energy efficiency project and save that money they feel it right in their pocket book. it's exciting to help a customer with an energy efficiency project because not only are they saving energy but they are saving water. we have a lot of projects at pg&e that can help them with that and that's extremely important while we're in a drought. it's a win for the customer and it's a win for california. together, we're building a better california.
long criminal record. a press release from the family indicates they plan to sue the san francisco sheriff the federal immigration officials and the federal bureau of land management. it was a blm agent whose stolen gun was used in the shooting. a showdown on the street between cyclists and the driver all caught on video. angry cyclists surround the car and smash a window. joe vazquez on the increasing tensions between those on two wheels and those with four. >> just a few minutes ago we heard from the san francisco police department. they just announced they are going to be opening a criminal case on this case right here because earlier they said you know what, nobody filed a report, so we're not going to be looking in to it. now they say they want to find the driver of the car as well as the bicyclists. >> that type of behavior can't be tolerated in our city. >> reporter: san francisco's supervisor mark farrell took a
close look at the video. a car surrounded by bicyclists. as the woman decides to drive off a bicyclist begins to smash her window several times with a u-shaped bicycle lock. >> i think it's ridiculous, the behavior that happened. that person should be held accountable. you don't want to be too quick to condemn an entire group or organization that's been very peaceful over the past few years. >> reporter: the person who posted the interview didn't respond to our request for an interview but we noticed he or she has many video postings of rudeness on the road. this little girl gets hit by a car driver who apparently wasn't watching where he was going. then there's the bus driver who refuses to let a disabled man onboard. and yet another scene where a driver and some cyclists get in to an argument. the driver lurches toward one of the cyclists, almost hitting him. that last event was also a
critical mass, which has always had its detractors who say local officials encourage this sort of behavior by letting it go on. >> what city government allows to go on is a group of bicycle riders. at no point do we sit there and tolerate riding in to oncoming traffic violence, or anything like that. >> critical pass is a loosely affiliated group. there's no leadership to go to about this. but i will tell you on their website they list dos and don'ts and among the don'ts is don't drive in to oncoming traffic on the wrong side of the road, and also don't pick a fight especially with someone who's itching for one. both of those rules appear to have been broken here. reporting live, joe vazquez, kpix 5. new details tonight on the criminal history of a suspect shot and killed last week by oakland police. the officer was hit in the head with a metal chain last thursday. she then opened fire, killing the assailant. we've learned the suspect was found last month
choking a goose with his bare hands at lake merit. he served more than a year in prison for stalking a woman at a homeless shelter. two athletes collapsed suddenly following a football game and now there's an arrest in connection with their injuries. derek shore on how authorities are trying to piece together what happened. >> we are deeply saddened by this incident. our hearts go out to the families during this difficult time. >> reporter: district officials offering their support today for the injured junior varsity players. we're told nick brown collapsed on the field right after the game friday night and was taken by helicopter to a local hospital. according to his family, the teen had emergency surgery to stop brain bleeding. saying in a statement, nick's condition remains unchanged and still in critical condition. the family continues to welcome thoughts and prayers and is very grateful for the outpouring of love and support. the other player who went down, justin schwartz, appears to be in better shape. according to the district he
suffered a grade 3 concussion but is home recovering. while it would appear the game caused the injuries exactly what happened is still unclear. >> they were heavily involved in that game. that's obviously a concern for ours so we are looking at that as well as other factors that may have contributed. >> reporter: meanwhile el dorado county sheriff's investigators say they got a tip about adderall, a stimulant prescription drug possibly being misused. >> there was a student or students taking unprescribed medication. >> reporter: they made an arrest of a 17-year-old at the school for supplying drugs to minors but how it plays in to this case still is not clear. >> we're after the truth and we're also after the safety and security of our kids and how do we support that in this whole process as well. >> that was derek shore reporting there. deputies would not elaborate on the possibility the teens did take some sort of
drugs they shouldn't have. a lot going on out in the ocean. the graphic you had up last hour was amazing. >> three hurricanes. first time in history all three were spinning out there at once. just a sign we have a very strong el nino. the water is warm. the fingers are crossed. we're hoping el nino would bring us a wetter than average winter. historically it has. i'll have more on el nino. got to get you through today which was a warm day away from the water. napa 90 degrees. livermore, 92. look at all the sunshine at the golden gate. hayward, 78. 87 was the magic number in santa rosa and campbell. back in april weak el nino. in june we graduated to a moderate el nino. today 2.2 degrees celsius warmer than average. that means for the month of august, this is the
strongest el nino signal that has ever been present in the 70 years we've been monitoring it. where we are right now we've never been since we've been monitoring el nino. what does it mean for us? absolutely nothing. we typically don't see rain increase, even if it does, till october or november at the earliest. that guy right there is bashful. we thought it would be closer. we thought we'd have more cold air. we haven't the past couple days. this low pressure area will make a close pass wednesday and thursday. that will drop temperatures down below 80 degrees. we've not done that since may. we will do that this week. our ridge of high pressure builds back closer to the bay area as we head toward the holiday weekend and temperatures will respond increasing once again. tomorrow pleasant day. vallejo, 78, sunshine in concord, 85. redwood city, 78. minimal morning fog in san francisco. 70. coolest day z -- -coolest days are wednesday and thursday. we won't get ought over the holiday
weekend but it certainly will be warmer. great for mom and dad and the kids or anybody who wants to go outside to get outside and enjoy some nice weather. >> kind of toasty inland. >> it was hot. we got a little bit of rain saturday morning. coming up, apple making it easier to block ads when you're on the internet. it's good for users but the move could disrupt a $70 billion industry. >> healthy quick and served by a robot. the new fast food chain
consumers will love it. companies, not so much. apple's new operating system will let users install apps to prevent ads from appearing in its safari browser. mobile marketing is a $70 billion a year business, and this could have disastrous effects on advertisers. one industry insider says it could mean $12 billion in loss revenue
worldwide. ios 9 is due out next week. a big change in the way we think about and get fast food. it's a design truly born in the 21st century. don ford shows us this could be the new trend for foodies. >> reporter: they're lined up for a different kind of new restaurant in the heart of the san francisco world of high tech. call it automat version 2.0. >> it's an automated self-service experience. >> reporter: different than other fast food joints, it's geared to the hip and hungry high tech crowd. you ord arcustom lunch on an ipad. soon your name appears on a tote board and presto, from a wall of specially designed cubby holes complete with translucent video screens, your food appears. >> like the jetsens or something. >> reporter: well, not quite. it isn't
totally automated. behind this secured door where no cameras are allowed actual people read your order and prepare your food. then it goes to that fancy cubby with a fancy door. this keeps costs down. >> a salad around the corner would be about $10. this is $7. >> reporter: the crowds keep building. a lot of people came down on opening day. it's a cool place. it's a new idea. or is it really? well, once again, not quite. as we see here in this 1937 movie easy living it was earlier back then too. >> what i remember about the automat is it came out prepackaged and kind of like it was out of a vending machine. >> reporter: is it an old idea or new idea? one thing is for sure. it's different. in san francisco, don ford, kpix 5. >> the owners plan to open another location soon in los angeles. kind of like a vending machine. >> just exactly like a vending
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top stories tonight santa clara county is fed up with years of delays for a medical center. it's ready to fire the contractor. it charges turner construction was too focused on building turner stadium. the transmission tower collapsed that caused high voltage wires to come crashing down on to highway 101 is being blamed on a piece of construction equipment. an excavator that hit the tower friday night and buckled it. no one was hurt but 101 was closed for nearly 18 hours friday night and several hours more last night. this week a federal appeals court is being asked to decide
whether long waits on california's death row amount to cruel and unusual punishment. last year a judge called the system dysfunctional. so far on which indication the judge will rule. the race is tightening for both republican and democratic frontrunners. >> craig boswell with new numbers for the race for the white house. >> this was the summer of trump. do you believe this? >> reporter: donald trump has had a successful run so far but all of that could soon change. a new survey out monday morning shows trump who has led in every poll all summer long, is now tied in iowa with dr. ben carson. >> what comes up must come down. >> reporter: blakeman was a staff member for george w. bush and now teaches at georgetown. >> people want to see more of donald trump in policy and substance. they've already got enough of the entertainment value. >> reporter: there's been hits of possible problems for trump.
when asked to describe candidates with one word, voters chose arrogant, blowhard, and idiot to describe trump. >> much like hillary clinton he has to use this word, lousy numbers as far as honesty trustworthyness, does he care about you. >> reporter: the polls have not been kind to hillary clinton either. 37%, a steep drop from her peak in may. craig boswell cbs news washington. >> at any time the state department will release another 7,000 e-mails from hillary clinton. they include 150 that have been retroactively censored because some of the information in them is now classified. clinton insists she never sent or received any e-mails that were marked classified at the time. the e-mails from her time at secretary of state have become a thorn in her side as she runs for president. the trump campaign has focused largely on immigration. he is promising to deport every
single undocumented immigrant in the united states. so we wondered what would that actually look like and what would that cost? >> there are 11 million undocumented people in this country. >> what if they have no place to go? >> we'll work with them. they have to go. >> reporter: for a little reality check on deporting 11 million people, we asked a couple experts. >> it's not a serious proposal. i don't think even donald trump thinks it's serious. >> let's put scale to trump's proposal. we're going to use an epic american achievement from the the field of moving people. yes, d-day when allied forces moved some 156,000 troops across the english channel a feat that's still pretty mind-boggling but to get to 11 million people you'd be talking
70 d-days. >> so we need to move to a larger scale. let's try america's great migration. that's when 6 million african americans fled the rural south hoping simply to survive and maybe find a job. but that migration took 60 years and those people were moving relatively voluntarily so let's go back to the idea of deporting 11 million people. >> we are talking about the kind of social disruption we experience during the civil war. >> you're talking about moving large numbers of people very quickly. that's not going to happen. >> reporter: laura collins studies immigration policy for the american action forum. that's actually a conservative leaning think tank based in washington, d.c. >> what does it cost to identify who these people are to detain them, to legally transport them? >> you did come up with a number. let's hear it. what is your price tag on this? >> we believe that to deport the entire undocumented population and continue to
prevent future illegal immigration would cost $400 to $600 billion. >> forgive me if that almost sounds like a low number given the scale of the endeavor. >> i think you have to also consider the economic cost. so that's just the fiscal cost. that may be a low number to some people but the economic cost is pretty stark. $1.6 trillion in lost gdp. 6% of the labor force removed. that's recession-like numbers. >> reporter: who says we're no longer a country that dreams big? wilson walker, kpix 5. >> while we're at it just to be fair republican presidential copied scott walker says we should think about building a wall along the canadian border too. walker says the subject came up during a town hall meeting in new hampshire. he says officials brought up some legitimate concerns but this would be a very costly wall. the u.s.-canada border stretches some 5500 miles.
that's the longest international border anywhere in the world. a big victory tonight for some tenants who went after their landlord. the renters say their property owner banned them for the common space because it was being used by families with children. they say the landlord also made sure there were no play areas and changed the common space so it wouldn't be used for gatherings. the plaintiffs are getting a total of $370,000. singer chris brown is the target of a lawsuit by a man who was shot at a party in san jose. brown was the host of the party. briley is one of five people wounded when gunfire erupted. he's filed a lawsuit saying brown should have used metal detectors. still ahead a twist in walmart's plan to raise worker pay. now we're hearing where that extra money is really going to come from.
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walmart has pledged to spend a billion dollars to raise wages for its workers but tonight we're also finding out the chain is cutting hours for some workers to keep costs in check. bloomberg is reporting that regional executives are telling store managers to rain in the expenses. they're reportedly telling employees to leave shifts early or to take longer lunches. walmart says the scheduled trimming is happening only in locations where the managers have over
scheduled. target could be the next hot spot to hang out for happy hour. the chain is looking at serving liquor in store at one smaller city-friendly location in chicago. it has applied for a liquor license to build a bar. the experiment begins in the fall. a bay area police officer caught on camera spitting at someone. tonight the department is taking the whole thing very seriously. i'll have that story on bay area night beat at 10:00. join me over on our sister station, kbcw 44 cable 12. still ahead here at 6:00, teenagers alongside doctors. the summer program that's giving some young people a real life look at medicine. >> this has not happened that often. from 9:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon or evening, not a cloud in the sky. looking down to the bay. more sunshine as we head toward the golden gate. we'll talk about a
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ambassadors are now keeping a close eye on san francisco's lombard street. just last week a tourist from thailand was robbed and shot nearby. the ambassadors have a couple duties. they'll keep an eye out for trouble. the area has seen a surge in crime recently as well as traffic. >> yesterday we had help of the police officers so it's just little old me today. >> the ambassadors will be on duty every day from noon to 7:30 at night until november 1st. you've heard of take your child to work day. tonight one girl's interest in her father's job has turned in to a full fledged summer program. kpix 5
sharon chin shows us how it's helping bay area teens get a jump on med school. >> reporter: teenagers in scrubs get a rare window to the medical world most students don't see until medical school. most of these teens have never seen anything like this except on tv. >> it's given me kind of a new way of looking at science. >> we want to get that medicine in there. >> reporter: the teenagers take part in a unique real life experience at dignity health st. mary's medical center in san francisco. the whole summer program started when a teenager, sydney zuckerman wanted to shadow her father around at work. at age 15, sydney watched her father, dr. zuckerman perform surgeries. >> i enjoyed the experience so much and realized i was really privileged to have that opportunity and i wanted other
people to have access to it who normally wouldn't. >> reporter: so she got a grant and founded a free two-week summer program at st. mary's called youth ambitions in medical sciences, y.a.m.s. for short. >> the glenl humoral joint is also known as the shoulder joint. >> reporter: so a dozen students can shadow medical professionals from radiology to cardiology to biomechanics where orthopedic replacement parts get tested and students simulate spinal fusion. >> got a little different personal. and they can see whether they fit or not. >> reporter: watching a hip replacement proved pivotal for sarah cami. >> they let me hold the hip they took out the top of the femur, like a little ball. i was so excited. >> reporter: sydney herself plans to pursue a medical career
and one day let students shadow her, just like her father. >> i feel really lucky that he's my dad. >> reporter: in san francisco sharon chin, kpix 5. >> this was the third year for the y.a.m.s. program. the free two-week session is open to high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. applications are accepted in the springtime. >> that is totally cool. kpix weather watchers on a monday evening. not that chilly outside. had a little bit more hope for cooler air. kid for a time then we warmed up again and we're talking about the north bay here where in and around novato we're cooler, not the 90s or 100s we had on friday but still 82 degrees with sunshine. 43% relative humidity. we head north up toward clear lake. scott lester in lake county, whispering pines. napa certainly not cooler. no relief from the had wind.
a mighty 2-mile-per-hour breeze. close to 100 in a few spots away from the water. cooler weather will move in by the middle of the week. take you outside the oakland touchdown of the bay bridge. traffic, wow. where did everybody go? i guess nobody has dinner plans tonight. livermore, 85. san jose, 77 degrees. and san francisco off of a high of about 75 degrees. you've cooled to 67. tonight 58 in fairfield. oakland, your low 61. san rafael, 58. sunrise at 6:40. we're losing 2 minutes and 20 seconds of daylight every day. we had a ridge of high pressure. it's gone. it's sitting over oklahoma now firing up thunderstorms on the western flapg of it all the way up for denver. so the big time heat is not going to happen but a low pressure area which we thought would be closer instead is kind of bashful, hanging up in the gulf of alaska. makes its closest pass on wednesday and thursday. if you spend time inland on wednesday and thursday you'll notice the had difference. it will be the two
coolest afternoons since may. then that low moves out just in time for the holiday weekend labor day a week from today. this ridge of high pressure will approach. it will warm us up as it approaches from the west beginning friday. we like the cool weather. that would be wednesday and thursday. but most of the cooling will be away from the water. we've already cooled down about 5 degrees along the bay and coastline. rainfall we'd love rain sometime between now and next monday. it's not in the cards. it's still the dry season and we'll stay dry for the next seven days. san jose, 83. two degrees be low average. fremont, 76. 87 for danville and walnut creek. 78 in vallejo. nice afternoon in san francisco. morning fog, afternoon sunshine. 70. oak land 75. clover dale and lakeport, highs in the 80s. cooler than last week but still kind of warm. there's your two
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giants begin their biggest series of the season tonight in los angeles and they will have brandon crawford back in the lineup after the shortstop missed the past five games. but they remain without hunter pence and joe panik not a good sign heading in to the final part of the season. >> we're behind. >> tale of the tape. giants still have seven games remaining with the dodgers. three in l.a. this week and a four-game set at at&t in the final week of the season. san francisco will face brent anderson tonight followed by l.a.'s two aces, greinke and kershaw. how about this dodger fan praying for a base hit last night against the cubs, turns out god is a cubs fan. jake arrieta threw a no-hitter making l.a. the first team to be hit twice in the same month since richard nixon was in the oval office. but arrieta didn't hit the town to celebrate. instead he and his teammates had a pajama party took a few selfies, hopped on a plane back
to chicago. the raiders have reportedly released runningback grant richardson as part of his first batch of cuts. richardson was the second overall pick in 2012. signed with oakland just five months ago and he will receive his $600,000 because his contract was guaranteed. settlement talks between tom brady and the nfl broke down today. they likely won't resume. now the ball is in the judge's court. we do have some progress to report. a new sketch of the four-time super bowl champion drawn by the same woman who was widely criticized for her portrayal of brady earlier this month. interviewing a head coach is no easy task. fortunately for me tomsula isn't quite as combative as john harbaugh. >> coach what was your perspective of steve smith
getting ejected? looked like you and jay gruden may have had words there. >> and have nothing to say about that. if you want to talk football i'd be happy to talk football. >> what about the 2-minute defense giving up the touch at the end? >> we don't want to give up touchdowns in 2 minutes at the end. give me a good question. i'll answer. >> is that really necessary? john's brother jim is no stranger to tense interactions with the media. the harbaugh era at michigan begins thursday night in michigan. fox announced they'll have an online feed dubbed the khaki cam focused solely on harbaugh throughout the game. day one u.s. open. all eyes on serena trying to become the first woman since 1988 to win all four grand slams in the same year. she barely broke a sweat in her first round match. sur match -- serena won all eight
games. that is a huge fish. >> this is chuck larkin. i was out off the marin coast a week ago with my good buddy john abenbrof and this has to be bigger. jamin' salmon. send us your fishing pictures to email@example.com. phil mickelson with the bunker to the back of the green lands right where it started. royal pitcher jeremy guthrie making himself more valuable. steps in front of the rays' ball boy not once but twice. ball boy should have tried to take his spot on the mound. guthrie's e.r.a. this season, 5.62. back to the barclays where brian harmon had not one two hole in ones in the same round yesterday. he had to spend over
$3,000 buying drinks to celebrate. saber cats topped off an incredible year. saber cats blew out jacksonville to win their fourth arena bowl title. they won 20-21 games this season. reggie bush got his first action of the preseason saturday night. aqib talib welcomed him back. 2-point takedown. i like it. this is his mom. hey, son are you okay? looked like you were hit hard in the game today. how is your back feeling? reggie told his mom not to worry, that he was good. reggie is a good guy, by the way. >> what he should have said was mom, ask me a good question and i'll answer it. [ laughter ] >> harbaugh, chill out man. preseason. >> how about this coach how does it feel i saw a commercial that said you can save $500 by switching to progressive. that was me, mom. [ laugh ] i thought you said "that was me, mom." [ laughter ]
joey fatone: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how are y'all? how's everybody doing today? thank y'all. appreciate you now. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. we got another good one for you today. we got a family here returning for the fourth day with a total of 21,725 bucks. out of chicago in the north, it's the caauwe family. and from savannah, georgia, it's the benson-jaja family. everybody's here trying to win their self a lot of cash and a shot at driving out of here in a brand-new fuel-efficient ford fusion hybrid right there. yeah.
hey, let's play "feud!" give me tuba, give me angela. ["family feud" theme plays] guys, here we go. top 6 answers are on the board. we asked 100 men, name something you don't want to see fall to the ground-- angela? >> your underwear. steve: your underwear. ok, we asked 100 men, name something you don't want to see fall to the ground when a woman takes off her bra. tuba. >> her breasts. steve: ha ha. >> don't want to see them fall to the ground, steve. steve: it had to be different. 'cause i'm gonna be shocked. i'm gonna jump back--aah! i didn't know. i stepped on it. i'm sorry. so sorry. i'm so sorry. he