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live from the bay area studios, this is kpix news? a landlord blames blame for being -- blamed for being part of the crisis. tonight, he explains why he shouldn't be called a mega evictor. new at 6:00, he has filed more than 3,000 eviction notices: a landlord is getting a bad wrap. emily is on the high profile landlord whose business conduct is being called into question. >> reporter: he said at first glance, the numbers may seem shocking. of we took a second glance and in fact we found there's more to this than just meets the eye. she had been a part of protests for affordable housing. now they have launched a recent
attack against this man. william, an oakland owner of 1,000 units that she has deemed the mega evictor. >> it's pretty ridiculous that they can issue that many in such a short time period. >> reporter: he and his company have issued at least 3,000 eviction notices since 2008. the most of anyone in the nonprofit collected. william who was part of the mayor's housing task force says the numbers are misleading and inflated. >> i would never characterize myself or any of my people as mega evictors. the report on mega eviction is distorted in so far as it says three day notices are eviction and they are required by law and required to be sent to the rent board. >> reporter: the data included what william says are mostly three day notices to pay rent or quit the property. something legally issued when a ten ability doesn't -- tenant doesn't pay. only a small percentage turn into evictions and then after
giving them a chance. the problem with housing, he says, isn't him or his company. it's oakland. >> you have to have the city work. oakland is a great place. it now has a very diverse group of people living here. we need to find a way to allow those people to continue living here if they make that choice. >> reporter: it's a call that ironically is echoed by the woman accusing him showing that two sides of the coin aren't always so far apart. >> you know, as rents are going up, as the minimum wage is not going up, as evictions are going up, all these things together, something need to be done. it's up to the city government to actually do something dramatic. >> reporter: so they both agree that it needs to be the city that does something. so we did reach out to the city. in fact, to the mayor's office. while she didn't comment on either this project or on william, she said that task force she created was meant to be full of diverse people from all walks of life and all different edges of the real
estate agencies. that way, they could tackle all of the very diverse issues that face housing in oakland. kpix 5. we're following developing news getting word that a united airlines plane that took off from sfo from paris has been divert the back to sfo because of a mechanical issue. it's united flight 990, a boeing 787 dream liner. it took off at 3:47 this afternoon and from the flight tracking service, flight radar 24, you can see the purple lines very faint, but it shows it turned around near boise, idaho. it has crossed back into california. this is a live look at sfo right now where that plane is supposed to land in just the next few minutes. united airlines telling us the pilot did not declare a flight emergency, but the decision was made to bring the plane back to sfo where the airline has a maintenance facility. we'll keep an eye on this story and bring you the latest information as it comes in. an unusual and deadly pedestrian accident early this
morning in concord. a man was hit by two vehicles, and one of them was a police car. it happened here at the intersection on kirkwood drive. police say that a motorist hit the man about 2:30 this morning. now, that driver stopped and called 911. at the same time, a police officer heading to another call also hit the man as he was lying in the roadway. a civilian and a police officer are both cooperating with the investigation. a break in a brutal and unprovoked attack on a homeless man. two men now under arrest. the crime sparked outrage when surveillance video was released showing a group of men kicking a 69-year-old man as he was sleeping on a san francisco sidewalk. that man later died. police tracked down joseph and david using d, in a evidence -- dna evidence. each is being held on a $5 million bond. new at 6:00ing a deadline was set for a dispute between the city of santa collar a and
the 49 -- santa clara and the 49ers. they are arguing over operating costs. this dispute has gone public, and now the '9ers are firing back. >> reporter: that's exactly right. the mayor is threatening to take control of the stadium away from the 49ers if they don't fully and quickly comply with the auditor's request. it's the latest skirmish between the team and city hall. >> it's unfortunate that our relationship that's come to this. what i would say, for the citizens of santa clara, what's being said out there is misleading. >> reporter: the 49ers organization is slamming to turn over financial documents to a team of auditors hired by the city. >> we're going to look at taking back the management of the stadium. >> reporter: the mayor says the team is stone walled auditors failing to hand over the -- to see if they are paying for city services like firefighters and police at stadium events. >> the auditor determined that
we have been using general fund money on the stadium through public safety that's a violation of measure j. >> the company is not -- we receive bills and pay them. if they were not billed properly or something didn't come our way, then they should bill us and we'll pay it. >> reporter: not long after the super bowl, the relationship between the 49ers and the city soured and has grown more axery moanious since. the watchdog says they are likely to uncover blame on both sides. >> what we're going to find out is, i think there's a lot of money that santa clara has not received. i think it's going to go this way. i think we're going to find it all over the place. >> reporter: the mayor is not about to fumble the opportunity to make sure the team is paying its fair share. >> it is a business relationship. if they're not pulling up their part of the business relationship, then we are going to have to change things. >> reporter: now, the 49ers say they will only be able to
partially meet today's deadline. they say some of the information that's been asked for, they either don't have in the right format or with the level of detail that has been requested. they are trying to prepare that information and promise to turn it over to the auditing team by the end of the week. for anyone who is hoping for a cease-fire in the war of words, just a few minutes ago, i got an e-mail from the team in which they question the objectivity of the auditors. kpix 5. you saw clouds there. let's look outside. dark clouds starting to fill the sky with another round of rain moving in. it could be a wet night for trick-or-treaters. our chief meteorologist is here with what we can expect. >> all the costumes with hoods, good idea this year. halloween rainfall, it is raining outside right now. we'll bring be you closer to the bay area. rain moving into san mateo county, albeit light. it's not like what we had yesterday. it's not raining in portions of
san francisco toward berkeley and oakland. hayward about 30 minutes away. rain in and out of marin county. i'll show you where it has been raining for the past couple hours and continues to. that will be sonoma county, marin county, napa county, light to moderate rainfall since 3 crock this afternoon. so it is raining on halloween. if not, it would be a wise move to bring an umbrella or give one to your kids because it is moving in your direction. we have snow. there's a winter weather advisory for new snowfall in the sierra. good news there, adding to the snow pack in october. about 7,000 feet, 8 inches of new snowfall tonight and tomorrow. we'll talk about more rain chances in ten minutes. >> thank you. as he mentioned, fresh powder is on the ground in the sierra. snow is blanketed the mountains and the pass. some people and their pets enjoyed playing in the snow this morning. chain controls were in effect on all mountain passes
yesterday. however -- >> campaign 2016, peter is standing by his decision to back donald trump. bill tells us about his comments today in washington and how his support of the nominee has stumped much of silicon valley. >> it has engaged many. money talk -- when big money talks, people listen. here's what big money has to say today? >> reporter: no matter what happens in this election, what trump represents isn't crazy, and it's not going away. >> an early investor in facebook and paypal, peter is a legend in the techent economy. his outspoken support for donald trump has um set the -- upset the silicon valley elite. >> it's been pretty much universal scorn. >> reporter: especially among democrats. >> peter is an interesting case study in hypocrisy. people don't understand why he's supporting donald trump. >> reporter: but the gay tech
giant who donated a staggering $1.25 million to trump is not backing down. in fact, today, he doubled down at an appearance where he even took on his fellow tech giants. >> come november 9th, they hope everyone else will go back to business as usual. >> reporter: as he sees it, the silicon valley boom barons are the ones who are out of touch with the rest of america. >> free trade has not worked out well for all of america. nearly half of americans wouldn't be able to come up with $400 if they needed it for an emergency. where you have to pay up to 10 times as much for simple medicines as you would pay anywhere else. >> people, i'm sick and tired -- >> you know what's interesting is the bernie sanders supporters -- >> reporter: some suggest that he's setting himself up for his
own future. >> it's been hard to accept where many people have learned to keep quiet if they -- >> reporter: they asked why are we reporting about what this guy is saying and one of the reasons is if you look at california in recent years, billion airs like him have played and played big in our elections whether it's meg whitman or tom putting mega millions into campaigns. this is for real and this guy could be real for now and years to come? >> keep an eye on him. >> the debate or weighted grades and why students say their acceptance to college is at stake. another area code shake-up in the bay area. the cities that will soon be
take chopper five is live over san francisco international airport.. where un we are following this developing story for you. chapper -- chopper 5 is live or san francisco international airport. this is united airlines flight 990 that you are seeing landing at sfo or about to. the boeing 787 dream liner left sfo about 3:47 this afternoon. it was headed for paris as it comes towards the runway to touch down at sfo right now it had to turn back around in boise, idaho. it was a mechanic ale issue. mechanical issue. they are telling us the pilot did not have to declare a fight
emergency. if there had been an emergency, it would have landed right away. the decision was made to bring this plane back in to sfo where the airline has a maintenance facility for it. again, it's united airlines flight 990 headed to paris carrying 230 people. it is now attempting to land at sfo. but still, no word exactly what went wrong. but, again, this plane left sfo this afternoon. it was headed towards paris, 230 people on board. the united airlines pilot declared some type of a mechanical problem. again, we don't know what went wrong, but as the plane comes in on the runway at sfo, all appears to be okay with the plane. there it is now touched down. it has landed safely at sfo. they do have the maintenance facility at united -- for
united at sfo. as they release more information about what went wrong, we can tell you and you can see it has landed with all 230 people aboard. we'll get you the latest as soon as we get details. new at 6:00, ap courses have always been a way for high school students to take advanced classes while earning a higher gpa. in palo alto, that may no longer be an option. we explain the controversial move on weight the grades. >> reporter: over the next few months, palo alty unified school district must answer the question to weight or not to weight the gpa. >> do we need to add something and make it more competitive here? >> reporter: normally to calculate it, an a gets 4 points, a b3 points and so on. since ap classes can be more stressful, an a may be worth 4.5 points, a b, 3.5 points and so on. over the course of a high school career, those extra points can add up and give you
a significant boost. the superintendent says it's a problem when all students caring about is padding their gpa. >> my worry is numbers and not just to learn. >> reporter: last school year, they had a cluster of suicides where a number of students took their own lives. he spoke at reducing student yeser stress and improving mental health. revamping gpas is a part of the solution. do you think getting rid of weighted grades is going to prevent the next suicide cluster. >> no, i don't. >> reporter: get this. of he recalls talking to admissions officer at the top schools like stanford with surprising thoughts on students who take a bunch of ap classes. >> we ask you are 0 selves, who would he have been doing instead of taking more a ps? could they have been doing a job or research project? >> reporter: gun high school weights theirs but palo alto
does not. >> it's complete stress and we don't need another reason to be freaked out. >> reporter: starting tomorrow, a committee will form to find a policy that will work for both high schools. in palo palo alto, kpix 5. >> a blue ribbon committee will develop a weighting policy to be done by april. the fbi needs your help finding a woman investigators call the headband bandit. they believe this is the woman who robbed a wells fargo in laurel heights last thursday. these about five foot 7 inches with a medium build wearing a hoodie and a black athletic sweatband. it happened at 415. now they are ready for another area code. it's because all the 510 numbers are used up by june 2019. that area code, of course, it currently serves east bay cities, but starting in december of 2018, an undetermined new area code is going to roll out to those
requesting new phone numbers. public meetings will be held to hear concerns about that change. last year, 415 ran out. so now, if you get a new number in san francisco, marin or san mateo, you get 628 as your area code. investigators are trying to figure out what caused an oakland apartment complex to burst up in flames. it ripped through the building this morning. it sent huge flames and clouds of smoke shooting into the sky and forced nearby
rock ridge in montclair in the hills. it's weaving and heading up over the hills. it means walnut creek, alamo, you certainly will be next. it has been raining continuous, too, in marin county and napa county and rain moving into half moon bay. we'll happen over the coastal range and into redwood city, palo alto and foster city within the next hour. pretty active on the radar on halloween night. san rafael, 6 4á. san francisco, 64. concord your high is only 47. what's going on? we have a low pressure area passing by to our north.
a front moving through right now. it's prime trick-or-treat time. if the kids aren't outside and they want to go out, we have to deal with it. we have showers out there. showers are likely. the best window of opportunity is still about 10:00. we could see scattered showers over the overnight hours. on the cool side, north bay, 49. napa, 49. on the northern or cooler side of that front by tomorrow morning, fremont your low is 53. you get up tomorrow morning
a mount is getting in on -- a mount is getting in on halloween -- a community is getting in on halloween fun. >> reporter: we still have awesome costumes right here. we've got a pirate out here, a little kitty cat. there's one i want to show you in particular. this is probably the youngest, oldest woman alive right here. this is one of my favorite here. this is -- she's showing off that smile. can i get a trick-or-treat from you? >> yeah. >> reporter: can i get a trick- or-treat? >> yeah. >> reporter: the celebration is indoors. if i can show you right now, it's actually raining outside. but the few ghouls and goblins are going to celebrate halloween rain or shine. it's crawling with monsters, ghosts, a bart train come pleat
with bart cars and kitchen appliances. parents and kids decked out in their halloween best made their way down solano avenue to fill their buckets full of treats before mother nature rains down on their parade. >> i feel like you have the best costume in case it does rain. well, people say that. hopefully i won't be out done. hopefully -- >> reporter: the association hosted a costume contest complete with gifts and cash prizes for both kids and grown ups. the church on the corner invited families in for free balloon animals, games, and temporary tattoos. businesses along the street joined in on the halloween fun so long as people said trick-or- treat. there's still a pretty big crowd here at the church on the corner. as you can see, happy parents, happy kids. they're going to come home with sugar filled kids. so it's going to be an exciting
night for everyone here. now, i want to let you guys know, i did take part in the festivities, as you can take a look right there. >> oh, there you go. >> reporter: i told my parents i got a at that time too. back to you guys in the studio. >> it's your costume. i like it. it works. >> thanks. coming up, our next half hour, two ballot measures on plastic bags, a whole lot of coon -- confusion. a measure that's there to mislead voters. the reopening of the clinton e-mail probe. why voters may not get any clarity in time for the election. ,,
you're watching kpix 5 news. our top story at 6:30, two measures targeting grocery store bags are on the ballot. there's a big difference between them. kpix 5 explains much of the difference is explained by where that money goes. >> reporter: you scroll through your state voter guide, past gun control and the death penalty, you'll find two ballot measures about grocery bags. >> the notion that four companies from outside of california can just kind of prop down $3 million, pay for the signatures and get something on the ballot, honestly, i'm jealous. >> reporter: sometimes it's referred to as a bag band, would end bags at the market. they would have to charge at
least 10 cents per back at correctout. checkout. any profit would have to be spent on education about the bag law. prop 65 says when they have to sell bags, all money collected must go to an environmental fund, not just profit, all money collected. john is with the american progressive bag alliance. his group opposes the bag ban, but they still put both measures on the ballot. >> even if they want a ban, even if they think that's a good idea, we know that people believe that fees on bags should not go to corporations. it should go to a public purpose. that's why you have two ballot measures. >> reporter: mark is the executive director of californians against waste. he says prop 65 is meant to confuse voters. >> you know, two-thirds of california voters support the idea of banning plastic bags. so a lot of them are getting to the ballot. they're looking for where is that plastic bag measure, and the first one they come to is 65 and some percentage of
voters are choosing that one thinking that's the bag ban. >> reporter: murray isn't alone. newspapers are called prop 65 misleading and a cynical ploy to confuse voters and one of the most -- in state history. a recent survey shows the -- [ no audio ] [ no audio ] if you look at specifically who supports it and who opposes, you can make the decisions on your own and make it on the merits. >> reporter: he says voters should be skeptical of environmental laws proposed by the plastics industry. >> to figure out what's best for the environment, we should did he ever to out of state plastic bag manufacturers instead of relying on hundreds of california based organizations. >> reporter: he's being sarcastic there.
polling shows both measures are likely to pass. if that happens, we will have a somewhat complicated process for working out which pieces of the law actually take effect. it's not entirely clear what the result would be. now, mark murray says to make it cancer in simple, to protect the environment vote yes on 67 and no on 65. kpix 5. the fbi is combing there you go a new chunk of messages relating to the investigation of hillary clinton's e-mail server. in our snapshot poll, should the fbi provide more information before election day? simple yes or no. go to www.cbssf.com/votenow to weigh. this we'll show you the results at the bottom of the screen. we learn with the investigation coming a week before the biggest day of her political carer other, hillary clinton is not holding back any punches. >> reporter: hillary clinton told supporters in ohio the fbi has no case. >> i know they will reach the same conclusion they reached
when they looked at my e-mails last year. right? >> reporter: agents are scrubbing what could be hundreds of thousands of e- mails found on former new york congressman anthony weiner's laptop. he is the estranged husband of clinton confident huma abedin who is being investigated for sending messages to under age girl. >> i never liked you, anthony, but thank you very much. >> reporter: donald trump focused on the issue while campaigning in michigan. >> if hillary is elected, she'll be under criminal investigation likely followed by the trial of a sitting president. this is just -- this is just what we need. >> reporter: she stopped short of going after fbi director james comey who announced the investigate friday. >> why in the world the fbi could decide to jump into an election without evidence of any wrongdoing with just days to go, that's a really good question. >> reporter: president obama
goes back out on the campaign trail for clinton tuesday. the white house is neither defending nor condemning comby's actions. he doesn't believe that director comby is intentionally trying to influence the outcome of an election. the justice department informed congress it will work closely with the fbi to quickly review any e-mails that may be relevant to the clinton investigation. cbs news, the white house. >> it's too late to register to vote for the election. you still have a chance to mail in your vote. tomorrow is the deadline to apply for a vote by mail ballot. the fastest way to get it in on time is by going straight to your county election office. and the election office in santa clara county is scrambling to fill slots for poll workers. they need about 200 more poll workers to work the election next tuesday. a lot of voters have already cast votes and they're expecting a lot more. >> we've been seeing over 200
voters a day. we had over 1500 voters visit or early voting sites this last weekend and we're looking forward to seeing more voters this coming weekend at our early voting sites. >> for people who want to be of service and see it in action, the reg star of voters is looking for people who speak spanish and english to help out at the polls. san francisco ans joining in the fight against the pipeline project? north dakota. >> members of a group are calling on the bank to stop funding the dakota access pipeline. the maker of a popular pillow made big claims to improve your sleep. how it's paying up to put allegations of false advertising to rest. and a wild chase in southern california ends with the suspect slamming head on
the makers of my pillow have agreed to pay $1 million to settle a false advertising case brought by prosecutors in the 9 bay area counties. the suit took issue with the company's claims its pillow so cure or reduce the effects of a host of medical problems, including migraines, joint disorders, insomnia and restless leg syndrome. >> they can't do that unless those assertions or claims are backed by medical evidence and they weren't. >> in addition, they advertised it was the official bed pillow of the national sleep foundation without disclosing the 2 had a financial connection. they have agreed to change its advertising as well. part of the settlement money will go to organizations that provide sleeping accommodations for homeless people and victims of domestic violence. mcdonald's will pay more than $3 million to cover back pay and legal fees.
the workers claim the franchise owner of five bay area restaurants cheated them out of wages and overtime. the lawsuit tried to name the corporation as their joint employer. that could have been impacted similar legalizations. this does not resolve they're you're? coming up, a man tried to impress women at the zoo and he gets put in the place by a giant panda. how do you follow that? hall reason rainfall -- halloween rainfall, we have rain moving in. it has been raining steadily in the north bay. what does this mean for your trick-or-treating? that and your forecast through the first week of november next. ,,,,,,
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want a great way to help our children thrive? then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians to prevent education cuts that would hurt our kids. no wonder prop 55 is endorsed by the california pta, teachers and educators. because all of us want to help our children thrive. it's time to vote yes on proposition 55. watch as the driver of this dark s through city it's the wild police chase we come to expect out of la. watch as the driver speeds through the streets.
them he gets cornered in a cul- de-sac. they pulled him out and put him in handcuffs. if you want to know what happens when you poke the bear, a man in china will tell you the bear wins. he climbed into an enclosure wanting to impress his friends. then he lunges at him, grabs a eld ho of his leg, doesn't let go until he lets. go the bear wasn't hurt and the guy wasn't either. he's going to need a new pair of pants. let's check out the results of our snapshot. should the fbi provide more information about the e-mails before election day? >> about 73 of you said yes. 27% said no. >> there you go. halloween rainfall. we have scattered showers out there. the definition is right behind me. fremont is raining. hayward, it's not. pleasant on, it's raining.
livermore, it's not. san francisco, it's raining, but south san francisco, it's not. if it's not raining where you are and you're planning on taking the kids out trick-or- treating at this second, bring the umbrella because other going tosh -- you're going to get hit or miss rainfall. it will move through over the next couple hours. the south bay, no rain yet. you'll get showers between now and 8:00 this evening. we also have snow in the sierra. winter weather advisories in effect tonight and tomorrow morning until 8:00 tomorrow. we could see up 8 inches of fresh snowfall in addition to what fell last thursday, friday, and yesterday. we're adding up the snow already in the sierra foothills. 6 to 7 inches. that's oakland touchdown of the bay bridge. it's getting cool out there. livermore, 62. san francisco, 62. concord, 64 degrees. rain will wind down. as soon as 10:00 or 11:00
tonight. the timing for mother nature poor, but it is what it is. san jose cloudy. napa, 49 degrees overnight tonight. so we have a low pressure area centered right off the northwest california coastline. rain and thunderstorms. be thankful that's not happening here because you can't go trick-or-treating in thunderstorms. that's dangerous. we're not seeing that here. that low passes by to the north. the front is here now. it will be gone by tomorrow. temperatures barely making in the 60s in san francisco. notice future cast calling for blue sky in the afternoon. a cloudy start will yield a mainly sunny finish for your tuesday. speaking of sunshine, a lot of it tomorrow, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday. we have a big ridge of high pressure building in to our south. it will bring sunny skies and keep the storm track after tonight to the north. highs tomorrow, close to -- palo alto, 67. pacifica, 60. 60s across the board.
south to dublin, north back to pittsburgh. 62 in daly city. saint arose a, you'll dry out. 60 degrees for a high for your tuesday. sunshine across the board. all the way through friday. we're looking at mainly sunny skies. our next chance of rain not until saturday night and sunday morning. also, wearing an orange tie, onnell is here with your halloween sports next. ,,,, remember this guy? ,,,, he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more.
prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year. join the california nurses association and aarp and vote yes on sixty-one. the drug giants won't like it. my mom marnie and then she died life. of lung cancer. so i have a personal interest in helping prevent smoking.
i'm tom steyer, the co-chair of the yes on 56 campaign. every year, nearly 17,000 california kids start smoking. a third of them will die from their addiction. tobacco taxes reduce youth smoking. please. vote yes on prop 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it. the mae gave her top executive managed aa huge pay raiseet, and a lavish car allowance, run up a deficit, then cut jos for local teenagers, and cut after-school program. no wonder tchronicle called mae torlakson "flat-out unprepared" for the assembly. they endorse tim grayson. as mayor of concord, grayson balanced the budget every yer
>> he threw for 513 yards, the most ever by a raiders quarterback. four touchdowns including the game winner to set overtime. >> wore focused on them. the road to win the division goes through them. the road to the seat belt goes through them. they're on top. everyone wants to crown us because we haven't won for so long. we're not on top. they're on top. we're very confident. >> this is my house. this is my house. >> sounds right. he calls tampa bay home for 17 seasons before being released in 2013. sweet rerennage with a big left tackle -- revenge for the left tackle. not only did you catch it, you had the style points like that, like here. >> i let them know they made a mistake.
>> could have ran it in and made my first rushing touchdown. i gave him one. in the week of practice, we ran that play and i ran it in to mess with him. he just laughed at me, like, man, whatever. then in the game, we were able to throw it to him. >> the raiders able to enjoy watching the cubs win during their victory plane flight home. they force a game 6 and the cubs manager joe madden changed his halloween plans. >> it's one of my favorite days of the year down to tampa. i'm missing that down there passing out at our house. i mean, i want us to celebrate halloween tomorrow in style, in costume going to cleveland. >> you will gladly miss halloween in tampa this year. >> i'm very pleased. happy halloween down there, everybody. >> there were plenty of celebrities this weekend. bill murray, vince vaughn, jim parabases there last night, glove in hands and you can add the cubs to the growing list of favorite teams.
>> i have baseball favorites, like the as, the tigers and cubs for me. i've got a feeling for the pirates, also the arizona diamondbacks and the indians and the san francisco giants. i like them. it's probably in order there. there's an order there. baseball is almost too fun. if you like ice cream, you couldn't eat it every day. >> no. he said the indians and the cubs. he better figure out what that order is pretty quick. >> if you were busy having to paddle home your broken down pontoon boat this weekend, here's what you missed. seattle's thomas soops up the tumble. my guys celebrate with a teammate. they decided to hug the ref. it didn't go over well. he was flagged and he will be fined. florida state, late in the four, jordan for the game winning touchdown. i'll tell you, the third ranked
tigers remain unbeaten. check out the play from the pylon cam. back to wrigley, hayward struggling at the plate, but he does his best spiderman impression. reaching back, grab. the nfl had a second tie of the season as the washington hopkins missed a 37 yarder. the pr guy didn't want him to talk about it. >> what went wrong with the kick? >> first of all, i'm disgusted that happened for my guys. >> no. no. no reviews. >> okay. no. >> the games in women burglary stadium, the whole idea is to promote the nfl. that was the vp of communications. happy halloween. ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [cheering and applause] [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how you doin'? [indistinct] thank you. thank you very much. thank you. thank you very much. i appreciate you. well, welcome to "family feud." i'm your man steve harvey. [cheering and applause] steve: yeah. and we got a good one for you today. returning for their third day with a total of 20,890 bucks, from milwaukee, wisconsin, it's the champs. it's the fields family. [cheering and applause] and from phoenix, arizona, it's the goode family. [cheering and applause]
everybody's here trying to win theirself a lot of cash and probably drive out of here in a brand-new car. [cheering and applause] give me kelvin, give me deniece. [music] top 7 answers on the board. here we go. name something you put your lips on. deniece. deniece: your other person. your spouse. steve: the other person. kelvin: lipstick. steve: yeah. lipstick. fields: we're gonna play. steve: you're gonna play? deniece: we're playing, steve. steve: they're gonna play. [cheering and applause] steve: brandy, name something you put your lips on. brandy: food, steve. steve: you put it on food. brandy: whoo! steve: olivia, something you put your lips on. olivia: a instrument. steve: an