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ooh, 3-d! instead of earning bupkus, your savings could be earning three times the national average! three times more. go online to what's in your wallet? what's this do? [ beeping ] live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: the uc-berkeley
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walking paths sexual assault near center at oxford street. haazig madyun was on the uc campus today to give you an up close to of what happened. >>reporter: 17 year-old student walking alone. along this path at the uc campus. this happened right before 11:00 p.m. tuesday night. you can see that right in the middle of the day these tall trees can hide this section from the bridge and plain view. campus police say that this was here when she approached the bridge of the students could sense something following heart. she reached the other side, turned around and falling- her and he was exposing frohimself. the man grabbed her, and sexually assaults occur before getting away and she screamed for help. university police say that he is a black male, early 20s, 5, 10 and a fan and- medium build with a red
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baseball cap and a black jacket. in response, with increasing patrols university police said that walking officers are beefing up presence along this pass. on the campus, haazig madyun kron 4 news. >>pam: warren of the sexual assault is starting to get around uc-word of the assault. she is going to find a different route. >> will be less inclined to walk through here at night and i sometimes come here but i will take the other route. even though it takes longer. it is more populated. >>pam: concerned students can take advantage of this bear walk safety officer from dusk till dawn. 365 tastier >>pam: and a arrest that almost went cold. this person is in custody in connection with the 1999
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homicide and arrested in mexicali, mexico. and he is now in jail. he is accused of killing a man >>pam: road rage in livermore ended up with one man dead and the suspect in jail. jeff bush shows you the suspects and what happened. >>reporter: 41 year-old court holbrooke and was booked on murder charges police have not released the victim's name. this is that he is an engineer in santa clara county, the call came on wednesday. and near first road, holbrooke was found with abrasions on his face and a nearby knife and taken into evidence. police say that the was some type of verbal altercation of the five a zero on ramp. they traveled down first street about 580-on ramp--the victim drove and salt to valley memorial. the
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hospital does not of the trauma ward. and he was taken by ambulance and then died. this is not gang- related and the first homicide in livermore for this year. jeff bush. >>pam: prices of the gas pump. the national average has surpassed $3.50 it is now $3.53. the state average is increasing closer to the $4. it is now $3.93 a gallon in california. san francisco are paying $3.28, oakland, $3.94, and a san francisco, $3.98 (music) >> jacqueline: light rainfall for the most part it is tapered off. the stormtracker 4 is some snowfall. try to the bay area. this is right to the northern california.
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temperatures are mainly in the 50s. 54 degrees in half moon bay. 55 in redwood city. upper 50s, low 60s with the inland valley. what we can expect tonight and into tomorrow. decreasing cloud coverage. this moisture from today is going to provide fog tomorrow inland valleys. however, two or afternoon of mostly sunny cool, mild depending on where you are. tomorrow afternoon-- >>jacqueline: more rainfall, after a couple of days of dry conditions. stay with us.
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>>pam: homeless encampment near san jose. homeowners
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and tried to get the city of san jose to facilitate a clean up. so far, nothing. stanley roberts went back to try to get some answers on now, here is stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> please call san jose and give us a call back. we need to work together to clean up this mess. if we move this trash everything will be happy again. >> a plea from the vice mayor. and in response to this video i showed her. it is in and around occurred near avenue overpass. -- kurtner rocketing food being piled up by homeless people knew these townhomes. why has the city not gavin clean? >> we are not allowed to go to the state property to address this issue. >>stanley: this is when i
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throw them under the boss. this belongs to the state of california, under the-boss, an- bus caltran, >> we've been trying to communicate caltran. >>stanley: caltran is ignoring these calls from san jose. for the record? i tried to call them three different times with no response. and if caltran is listening? i am not going away and neither is this encampment which is growing by the day. also my last segment i showed raw meat that was in this you all going towards the encampment. the meat is still on the street. just under the overpass of highway 80. also the caltran property. and the san jose, stanley roberts. kron 4 news. >>pam: if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, you can email us at m a quick programming note
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to tell you about. starting tomorrow, we will be airing nbc programming. at 8 p.m. you can catch, 'who do you think you are', followed by , 'monk' and then dr. phil at 3:00 p.m. we will be right back.
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>> a democratic boycott and weeks of a group protests in wisconsin. republican legislators gave them one of obstruct this anti-union bills in decades. >> the battle over workers' rights turned into a shoving match. police removing protesters in the event of members of the media from the state capital. anchor demonstrators chanted outside the assembly gave the the sent to a bill passed last night by wisconsin republican senators with no democrats.
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it cancelled the right of teachers and other public workers to provide benefits, benefits and workplace safety. and cancelled the right of umandatory to dues of four unions and also 80 creasing pay to their pension and health care. democrats call this an attack on the working and class and middle class and not what workers want. >> we're custodians of this democracy it is our obligation to represent the people of the laws require. >>catherine: if they lost the battle in wisconsin the fight is helping union support-nationwide. they're going to take their revenge on republicans next term. >>pam: the friday morning conference on giffords progress. she was shot in
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the head two months ago on attack outside tucson, arizona. that is where she was holding a political rally. six people killed. 15, injured, and her condition continues to improve president barack obama and michelle obama are taking a stance against bullying. the first ever, white house conference on a bullying prevention. he shared a store when he was bullied as a cad. he was teased about his name, and his ears and as a-child. cyber bullying, and a bill that was forcing most schools on how they would deal with bullying. >> propose limits could be coming to a debit card. some are looking on how you could spend her transaction. >> stephanie? >> your debit card could be
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denied of certain amounts. j.p. morgan is talking about the fees every time you use your card. transaction fees, and every time you use your debit card banks charged the store 445. that could change with the new financial reform laws going into effect in july. banks will only be allowed to charge 125 and that could cost $1 billion per year and other banks are in the same boat. that whole sense is the a ministry of cost for the transaction but the use that revenue for the part fraudulent charges and identity theft. larger charges. with a limit of $50-$100. others her
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checking, increased atm fees and getting rid of rewards programs all together. reporting from york. >>pam: the biggest billionaires'. mexicans tycoon carlos $74 billion. that is 20 billion more than one was worth last year. bill gates, and warren buffett rounded out the top three. 56 billion, and 50 billion, respectively. the of it donated billions of their own wealth. oracle, larry ellison is no. 5. 39 billion. facebook parka zuckerberg. $13.5 million facebook-mark zuckerberg. (music) >> jacqueline: some breaks
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of clouds and the rainfall totals are not that impressive. with perhaps not even two tenths of an inch carefuand even less to petaluma not too impressive the stormtracker 4 radar is showing scattered shower activity. mainly dry, add a few clouds to the north bay. with a decrease in clouds through san francisco. and to the south bay. high clouds will be streaming through overnight. mainly, patchy fog. the moisture will be little as you saw on our rainfall totals. the north bay valleys, the inland valleys will see fog but a to be warming up. by noon, the fog will clear with high clouds by 4:00 p.m. cold-mild conditions. ranging from the fifties to low 60s. neighborhood by neighborhood, 61 degrees in
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santa rosa, 58 in the san rafael. the inland valleys, low 60s and the delta. 62 in antioch, and 55 degrees in los gatos. if you're going out of town? the drive towards the sierras should be fairly easy with when the conditions now. that wind will continue but there will die down a little bit. you can imagine it is pretty breezy. saturday, partly cloudy and snow will return. still higher elevations. your drive should be pretty good with just rainfall. your kron 4 7 day around the bay the fog will be dry rain could be in the north bay. sunday/monday cut showers for were turned with heavy rainfall returning on
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tuesday and late wednesday. and even possibly thursday. >>this just in to the kron 4 news room we've just learned that the deputy sheriff has designed from the cutter costa sheriff's office. here is his picture from contra costa county--he was arrested in march 4th for possession and transfer of an assault rifle and conspiracy to sell controlled substances. and he was also arrested and the large investigation with several arrests. he had been with the department for four years. also, an earlier search warrant the telling information about he told colleagues that he had he haddirty dui arrests and ongoing arrests. reporting
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>> with the lohan is accused of walking on a vigil restore its of the california with a $2500 necklace. she has until march 23rd to accept the plea deal. if she decides against that? she will be returning to april with a felony charge facing. >> this nick cannon, is accused of trying to still cameras and jewelry from a los angeles store. police cannot offer any details. if you would like to read more about this or any other segments, go to what's on the web section at
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>> kimberlee: charlie sheen is even included into a comic book. this will be released this summer. >>pam: a celebration at the zoo. this is that addition a baby koala bear. she was born in january and is just no ready. this marsupial is crawling into the gestation. inside the pouch. today, the kron 4 news is 6:00 p.m. is coming up, next. stay with us. for
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california should be proud.
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we were the first to ban smoking on airplanes. the first to have smoke-free bars and restaurants. all while saving over $86 billion in health care costs... and over a million lives. we've done a good job. but even if you were born today, you'd still grow up in a world where tobacco kills more people... than aids, drugs, alcohol, murder and car crashes... combined. we have a lot more work to do.
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>>pam: 8 teenager has survived a jump off of the golden gate bridge >>pam: the teenager has survived a jump off the golden gate bridge. christine connolly? >>reporter: >> a teenager surviving! the south tower. 22 0 ft., 17 year-old from windsor high- school. com on a field trip with 45 other students. with two to 0 ft. down into this water. the teenager 17 year- old student. if this was suicide? or witnesses' statements to think that this was breakfast a joke, hopes, throw, dear? perhaps-
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a joe, hopea joke, perhaps a hoax? or a deeif he was on a dare? >> he was taken to sfo general. if >>reporter: teachers for the is group were part of the advanced placement high- school windsor high-school. college level class's of a high-school level. >>pam: classmates 7 talking about this online. classmates have then. -- >> kimberlee: we just had a
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conversation on foot with marcus about what he saw. with twitter on twitter. he says the we did not cheer him on he did this on his own free will. we're trying to hold him back. and he told the medics said finally, this final tweet that he only broke his tailbone. and nobody cheered him on at all. the facebook fan is saying that because he was an experienced high driver jumping 20-30 ft. before. he jumped off of this because it was a dea- dare they've not confirm the injuries or said wide this teenager jumped. for continuing coverage? >>pam: for hundreds if not thousands of pink slips will
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be going out to teachers and other employes are run the state. including the largest high-school in northern california. employees-around the state. rob fladeboe his outside independence high school and san jose for a pink slip protest? >> correct, so far they have gathered of some of the gymnasium. and at independence high school this is the largest school district. inside this gymnasium behind me protesters and as we speak they're considering a resolution to send out 100 pink slips as soon as this weekend. they've been done this before with 150 teachers have been laid off in the last four consecutive years. it looks like it'll happen again. the live interview set up. heidi, who
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have been here before what is going to remind right now? do you think your on this list? >> yes. it is disheartening that you can do a job that you are a passion about. every year the you get a pink slip is very disappointing. >>reporter: if you've been with the district for 20 years why are you getting a pink slip? >> because i have been a concert for the last four years. >>reporter: back in the classroom? >> yes. >>reporter: and if you get a peek backflip but you do not lose your job? >>reporter: the position? >> i would go back to the classroom. somebody with less seniority would get a pink slip so somebody will lose a job. because of my pink slip. >>reporter: children taking a toll are you prepared to take off or killed for have to to put your teacher had
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to bet on? >> yes. class size has gone up. it is going to be more difficult. less resources. and i have already spent a lot of out of pocket. for supplies. it will leaven impact. it is difficult for the children i've got to know them of my sight. it will--have an impact. and now, i will have to learn it all over again. >>reporter: this entire idea of the governor for the tax extension. do you feel that your future is in the hands of the voters? >> yes. i really do. one thing our like to say that the you hear the word tax but it is just less than what people spend at starbucks. and people here tax and the automatic the want to vote against it. perhaps think about it. 305
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a day, 505 a day. for kids to of a counselor, and adviser. a library and, campus safety, health clerk and a librar andian-- >>reporter: 50-60 classified people, 30-40 teachers as early as this weekend. and there will have to approve this tonight. live in san jose, rob fladeboe. >>pam: in most cases, this is worst case scenario. the governor's tax extension he does not have order is not good on the ballot. at this point it is unclear but is going to happen. dan kerman is here with the latest. >> today was that the lawmakers were born to vote on the plan he asked for a extension. he did not have enough votes. democrats can
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pass this however, without a two-thirds votes, a handful of republicans must join them and that is why everything is at a standstill. >> republicans are trying to use with a can. to force concessions on other issues. >> republicans say that we want pension reform, and spending limits. we bought a whole range of other things that are more painful for the democrats to get in on. >> a tall order but legislators remain optimistic. there will have the votes to call for a special election. >> we have a handful of republicans under direct negotiations. if that is a good thing. >>reporter: even a good compromise is reached that it is unlikely it will happen right away.
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>> i would be surprised if republicans are going to support the zero governments plan. it essentially is about them and disciplining them. >>reporter: the state republican convention is two weeks away and could says if anything is going to happen is this going to happen in the week after the convention. >>pam: even with that there's no guarantee the victor governo and lawmaker to make a deal? >> correct, and that there is any chance? the extension of taxes. the government itself is not leaving it up to the legislator. he is talking to both sides of the altered to make this happen. >>pam: oakland school board last night next sent out 500 last night. in an effort to do with it full the in dollar budget deficit. with $12 million budget deficit. here are the numbers. english, social studies,
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physical education would be the hardest hit. the parents and the reaction. >> it is. frustrating. >> with 400 teachers expecting to a rally in protest. the pink slip in the east side union school district to close and eight onion dollar budget deficit will said the 65 people, 25 certified teachers and 42 years. and a representative consecutive year. >>reporter: what is the best resources/advisement they deficit. it-layoff. 251 k-6. spoke to parents with the reaction. >> it is very frustrating. it makes me quite angry, really. this is outrageous what they are doing with the public education system in this country. it is particularly but they're going with the republicans- the democrats are blaming the teachers. it is the situation with the result of years of neglect of the budget process. >>pam: these lay off notices will go out to may 15th but there will not know for several months because of the uncertainty of the state budget. stay with us as we continue to follow the latest to the bay area. (music) >> jacqueline: a live look as the sun is setting a beautiful shot. the north
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bay, some clearing. the stormtracker 4 radar. the band of clouds offshore is moving into the north bay. clouds pushing through in the evening. with the clear skies overnight. and right now, the current conditions are in the 50s and the still low 60s. 62 in los gatos, 54 degrees in half moon bay. 57 degrees in napa. tonight and into tomorrow. the rain and the fog overnight. with a patchy fog in the north bay valleys. tomorrow, the high clouds will be streaming through but not quite as that. mild conditions, low mid-60s. by friday night, we could just see a few clouds, chilly, the rate will not be back until later this weekend. details on that with the rain coming back.
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>>catherine: and emotional day on capitol hill. american muslims the house of homeland security is accused of conducting a witch hunt. the charge that it completely rejects. >> to surrender to political correctness and an abdication of what i believe the main responsibility to protect america from the terrorist attack. >> . democratic colleagues says that he is doing just the opposite. >> this hearing is flying right into al qaeda right now around the world.
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>> the first elected muslim congress broke down in tears as he talked about muslim american aromatic who died paramedic-- at 911. >> we were speculating that she was perhaps one of the attackers because she was muslim. it is only one the bodies were identified that the true identity was exposed. >>catherine: >> eyewitnesses also include the killing of an army private. he said that his son was manipulated and lied to by radical elements in the muslim community. >> we're losing american fates. and for america to be on your side, tomorrow the victim might have blond hair, blue eyes. one thing for sure, is that it is going to happen again. >>catherine: jackie spier said that his testimony was interesting but he hardly qualified as an expert. the
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one the hearing included no muslim organizations or national experts on law- enforcement. >>pam: user run the bay the motorcycle crash on how we 1 0 1 in san mateo. daniel of danville. this motorcycle collided with a toyota. he was ejected from the motorcycle and died at the scene. the toyota driver was taken to the hospital the motorists involved could of lost control while the were trying to avoid a crash. witnesses said that a big rig was involved but that driver to not even know and did not stop. >>jacqueline: extended weather with dry conditions the rainfall returning. your foggy commute in the shower is on sunday coming up.
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>>pam: new details with the san francisco police officer accused of misconduct. dozens of criminal cases have been dropped for the district attorney. kron 4 spoke to the public defender about what changes need to be made. so far, 57 cases of then dismissed. a sergeant and seven officers are facing federal and local charges for parading rooms without search warrants. the call joins us. she is the latest information and nicole--the d a? >> yes, i spoke with public defender who is calling for the police department to an element a policy banning officers using master keys for any hotel room. or apartments, during a search.
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this recent investigation the public defender's office showed about the henry hotel with police using master keys without search warrants. today, new information was released about another similar incidents where the owner of the left hotel was roughed up by police who took a master key to search a room. this is an ongoing issue. now, they finally they have an evidence to put a stop to it. >> every citizen has a right to privacy. when you are taking a key and going into some of his room without their knowledge? that is wrong. that is what is happening right and the san francisco. >> jacqueline: >>reporter: i also spoke with this jefferses code victress attorney's office in the habit formation about the d a but they have not had time to address this. i
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spoke with the jefferson county with this attorney's office district attorney's office---- >>jacqueline: with snowfall finally winding down. the rainfall is also winding down. the clouds are streaming into the north bay after some partial clearing. a wider view of what is going on. mainly to the north. we could get clipped but no rainfall. this ran the we saw earlier provided moisture. that rain is that we-sort earlier. a few clouds streaming and right now. mainly clear. into the overnight, fog and the north bay valleys. although patchy fog to the bay area is possible. mostly sunny and high clouds streaming and the temperatures in the mid '50s to the mid-60s. neighborhood by neighborhood, what we can expect. many low 60s, 61
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degrees in the santa rosa. 50 in novado, vallejo, 50s in the san francisco enrichment. 55 along the coast in half moon bay. 55 in los gatos. san francisco- coast test-winding down but still reconditions and will carry over into tomorrow. gusting up to 40 m.p.h. tomorrow afternoon! tomorrow culturally sunday and the chance of snowfall returns. tomorrow, sunny and the chance of precipitation returns. saturday, there is a slight chance of rainfall in the north bay. and as we go towards a sunday the chance of rainfall will turn to a light shower into monday morning. a brake on monday and then a heavy return.
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>>pam: a quick programming note to tell you about. starting tomorrow, we will be airing nbc programming. at 8 p.m. you can catch, 'who do you think you are', followed by , 'monk' and then dr. phil.
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>>pam: a chicago man is going to only eat food from mcdonald's for one a month. and the rules of his out line. >> kimberlee: confessions of a drive through and he has rules. first, he can only eat mcdonald's for 30 days. and in the and also have water, and vitamins and ibuprofen. and with he wants to stay married and have more fun. he is going to donate $1 for every single fan on facebook. he is 36,
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and with 14 marathons and he says the gloves mcdonald's and loves running. he-loves mcdonald's best-and despite warnings he says that he is lfeels pretty good. and the other similar story, there was based on a movie, his self seriously declined. this-health seriously declined and suffered when he only had mcdonald's. >>jacqueline: your complete forecast in the news is 630 coming up next 6:3:00 p.m.
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now at 6:30, our top stories. more news, more crews, right now our top stories. >>reporter: a 17 year-old
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high-school student jumped off the golden gate bridge and survived. he jumped off the south tower at 11:00 a.m., no major injuries and swam to shore. investigators are looking if this was suicide or a joke or hoax. reporting from the golden gate. kron 4. >>reporter: uc-berkeley investigators are looking into a recent sexual assault on this pathway. tuesday night before 11:00 p.m. a 17 year-old was sexually assaulted by a man who exposed himself. a black male, early 20s 5 ft., 10 with the slam-medium build. a red baseball cap, and a puffy jacket. and reporting from the uc campus haazig madyun kron 4
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>>reporter: san francisco police misconduct and now has the public defender's office calling for a ban on police officers using master keys to enter homes or hotel rooms. this comes to light after recent surveillance video unlawfully entering hotel rooms during a police search. and the san francisco, kron 4. >>reporter: in san jose, the largest school district is looking for more districts layoffs with east side union is going to send out even more pink slips. within $8 million budget deficit east side union is going to lay off 150 consecutively in the last four years. hough an >> and the worst case scenario with the governor's
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tax extension does not pass. at this point it is anybody's guess. the government was hoping that the legislature voted voted today. at this point they do not have the votes that is what they ask for a delay. still, continuing to negotiate:the toolkit and of republican votes to put this before voters. hopefully he will get enough republican votes. >>reporter: contra costa county sheriff's deputy allegedly pulled was making 30 half dui are rustsarrests dey told a reserve officer was a set up and the man needed to be dirtied up for a of coming court appearance. (music)
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>> jacqueline: the rainfall totals. and even not even two tenths of an inch. and terry's littl through parliament-3 little-- rainfall. what can we expect tomorrow, patchy fog mainly in the north bay valleys in the inland valley. as the good towards noon high clouds streaming in. mostly sunny skies and temperatures cooled-mild with the upper 50s. low 60s through the bay area. >>pam: a homeless encampment on a strip of land through san jose. homeowners seven trying to get the city of san jose to facilitate a clean up. so far, nothing. stanley roberts went back to try to get some answers now, here is stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> please call us back and come to the table how we can
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work together to clean up this mess. and remove this trash. >>stanley: a plea from the vice mayor the state of california in response. and this is video or round the kirtner overpass near communications boulevard. trash, rotten food being piled up in a homeless encampment. the residents are wondering what the city has not cleaned up this area. the vice mayor giving this answer. >> this is not the city property. we're not allowed to go to the state property to address this issue. >>stanley: caltran is throuwing the under the bus >> we've been contacting their representatives from caltran and not getting them any responses.
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>>stanley: for the record, i even tried to call caltran three different times with no response. if you're listening caltran? i'm not going to go away and a dieter is this encampment. by the way? it is growing by the date and also in my last segment i called to decade- old raw meat that was in this is 2 days old and it is still under the highway 87 overpass which is also caltran property. reporting from san jose, stanley roberts. >> if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, you can email us at m >> jacqueline: let us take a look at the sierra tahoe. 46 ski lifts open-46 runs
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open, and if you'd like more information? on how much snow? >>pam: a quick programming note to tell you about. starting tomorrow, we will be airing nbc programming. at 8 p.m. you can catch, 'who do you think you are', followed by , 'monk' and then dr. phil.
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but trying to grow grass from seed in tough areas like deep shade,
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along the driveway, and where the kids play can be a little intimidating... until now. with scotts ez seed. it's scotts best grass seed, starter fertilizer and a growing material that absorbs water and expands to surround and protect the seeds, you'll get a thick, green scotts lawn even if you've never been successful with other seed before. the revolutionary scotts ez seed. grow grass anywhere. we were the first to ban smoking on airplanes. the first to have smoke-free bars and restaurants. all while saving over $86 billion in health care costs... and over a million lives. we've done a good job. but even if you were born today, you'd still grow up in a world where tobacco kills more people... than aids, drugs, alcohol, murder and car crashes... combined. we have a lot more work to do.
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>> kimberlee: in the charlie sheen is suing for 100 minden dollars plus punitive damages over his termination. for $100 million. this comes just a few days before he was fired. and check this out, hundreds of screaming fans in liverpool, england. he,
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and his entourage were warned that if his team went anywhere near a whotel balcony? there would be arrested for inciting a riot. and they said there are thousands of people and i am going to try to get some sleep. and also, miley cyrus is lashing out at a photographer. >> are you going.. >> to not ever do that again. >> kimberlee: this footage shows the photographer kind of pushing past her mother. the relieving a restaurant in los angeles. pamela? >>pam: giant panda twins
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born in captivity. in spain. they are stars in this european nation and they have been even fed by the queen of spain. and kerrey has highlights of the n.c.a.a. and-carry redneck. to l gary radnich--all of your sports highlights coming up, next.
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♪ [ male announcer ] escape convention. ♪ escape definition. ♪ escape compromise. ♪ introducing the most fuel-efficient luxury car available. the radically new... 42 mile per gallon ct hybrid from lexus. ♪ welcome to the darker side of green. ♪ >> gary: college basketball san jose. and look this! the third leading scorer,. oliver. he had 28 points. and in the process, the most single season scoring record. and geiger, the
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only pocket of the game. and to go with the finish. puckett oliver doing his thing and of the aforementioned, geiger. the guy from san jose. and this conference tournament the winner will go to the ncaa tournament. the freshmen, she hamburger. 74-58, and he had 28 points of his own san jose state will play utah state tomorrow. two wins away from a n.c.a.a. victory and they have a really good prayplayer- hopes for the n.c.a.a. for tell are gone. mike montgomery. it is not been a great year. he has lost a lot of players. today, u.s.
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seat took them apart. and 21 and alex stevenson. u s c up by 10. 14-16 rebounds for the was just not good enough. smith doing it 70- 56. cal will was never in it. 17-14, more than likely tell will be in the n i t tournament, and some of them anybody with leftover? that is probably going to be them. more excitement with you, and pittsburgh at madison square garden. with you, and yukon and tied at 74 yukon defeats pittsburgh. 76-74. and this is where it gets excitement for these
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tournaments. everyone's to hear my thoughts. and if you play 18 games and then you have another tournament. if you have victory? you automatically go to the n.c.a.a. my point is that what you put those 18 games during the regular season? and really, just of those 18 games mean something and not have the tournament to go the to the n.c.a.a. >>pam: like a warm up? >> gary: both of those teams are jumping around. >>jacqueline: what about local? >> gary: local correct. san jose state. and i do not believe in these protests season tournament. if (sigh) and get ready for a big opinion on this. a very visible mistake at the end
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of this game. today, the one he was clearly of the bones. the officials walk off clearly-out of bounds--and he should have allowed this to happen with 1.7 and a chance to win. anyway, all three reveries voluntarily withdrew from a rest of the tournament. referees. now, it is time for my opinion. what if every time we made a mistake they took us off the air? exactly. and you know what i mean? and i'm guessing that there just bet the officials but by all accounts these three guys are older gentleman, well respected. they made a mistake. and espn needs to fill time so this is just hammered these guys. and that is all i'm saying that if you had a visible, a
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public job and if you made a mistake? and if you said that pam, with car voluntarily? >>pam: pala i would be in trouble! [laughter] >>pam: and of course. >> gary: as you get older i am getting softer. it is not that but after a point i to have an open heart and i do not think that people should be treated.. >>pam: unfairly. >> gary: and with somebody making a mistake less just show this forever. >>pam: maybe you should get the e-mail. >> gary: i have not slept in two days. it seems like a playoff game in miami. with lebron and james. loses 5-in
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a row. right down to the wire wefts kobe bryant and kobe had 24 points and the steal it is 94-88 the final miamis for taur victorious dan kerman. madison baumgartner. with strike outs. the world champs, and with the crowd has beyou have to practically no somebody to get and. everybody is excited, this cannot wait until march 31st is to the season opener. and for sanchez. and giants win again. seven-0.
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clinton that turner, the sixth year in the giants organization of the great foreign glenn was able to learn about clinton and he came to the organization the same as lincecum. we know what happened to timothy but it is been difficult for clinton tanner. we will see what happens with clinton---clayton >> and been bombarded going to the giants game. and it is not putting on it majors but when you go to the san francisco, the giants of his awesome to be part of that. to receive these guys in the locker room is amazing to be see a names, and it is releaser real and the still just a name when it is a --surreal and still a
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game when it comes down to it. >> gary: he was working for a kitchen remodeling company and this father in law. he was driving a truck so good luck to fast--clayton tanner. and tiger woods against phil mickelson againt each other in minami, back a moment in miami--
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>> gary: san jose preview hockey. vancouver canucks vs sharks, 95, and that they have been victorious nine of the last 10 games. they could meet in the playoffs. here we go, the shark these verses vancouver tonight. >> the destructions, excuses for game can fall off and you could get yourself in trouble. with cannot afford that at this time. >> gary: they dropped that parka 7:30 tiger is six
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shots behind of leader hunter mayhem, he could have had a birdie on the first. i remember watching that when the mess. >>pam: see you 11:00 p.m.
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lindsay lohan's courtroom showdown. >> did our exclusive surveillance tape help or hurt the star? i'm lara spencer. >> and i'm kevin frazier. >> "the insider" is on. late for court. with her sister and mom. helicopters trailing her black suv. >> why lindsay just rejected a plea deal. is it because of what is on our exclusive jewelry store surveillance tapes? >> please try to keep whatever offer i made confidential. >> yes, your honor. charlie sheen's $100 million lawsuit today. plus, did sheen spend $17 million in four months?


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