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(justine) our top story tonight... one man is dead after police shot him.. in san jose. it's a story we first told you about last night on kron four news at nine. thanks for being with us tonight. i am justine waldman.(jr stone) and i am jr stone. tonight...we are hearing from the man's family. the family spoke to kron four's spencer blake. he is reporting from san jose with more on what the family has learned from police. . the family of jacob dominguez gathered at the intersection of penitencia creek and piedmont saturday night - the very intersection where they found out dominguez died friday night in an officer- involved shooting.they held a
vigil for their son, brother, nephew, and father."he was on his way to see his babies." they haven't heard anything directly from the police department about jacob, but a relative says he did identify his body with the medical examiner.san jose police confirmed to kron four that officers had stopped a car at the intersection firday night to carry out a felony robbery warrant.they say shots were fired, and a man died.but beyond that, we just have an eyewitness account from a teenager who saw one car surrounded by three others as it approached the intersection. "some guy from the front car just ran out holding a gun and he started pointing it at the trapped car."around that time is when she says the car in the back turned on blue lights. she hadn't realized the unmarked cars were police vehicles before then.jacob's aunt spoke to kron four through her tears, hoping it will help them figure out exactly how things played out. "we want answers. we don't know nothing. it just seems like they're hiding something or - we don't know. we don't know nothing."the only other information s-j-p-d has given to kron fouris that the homicide unit is taking over, and that they're not releasing specific details yet."it's not
fair. it's so unreal."in san jose, spencer blake, kron four news. (jr stone) in the east bay... a man sneaks into an apartment through an open window and tries to sexually assault a woman sleeping inside....(justine) police have arrested one man in connection with the crime. it happened in el cerrito at an apartment complex on san pablo avenue in the north end of the city...(jr stone) that's where we find kron4's hermela aregawi. she has details on what happened and how people are reacting to the crime... hermela... this is absolutely a nightmare..someone not only breaking into a home while the residents are in it..but sort of holding the victim captive while stealing things..but fortunately the victim's roommate came home while this was all happening. police have arrested 22 year old jermine allen of san pablo for burglarly and attempted
sexual assault.thursday night, around 8:30, the suspect entered the unit through an open window.the victim was sleeping.robert delacampa/police lieut, el cerrito police department: awakens the victim threatens to sexually assault the victim the vicitm was forced to disrobe. no sexual assault actually took place but he threatened it mulitple times and obviouisly the victim terrified. he steals property from the apartment actually sort of walks her around the apartment taking things.police say.. then.. the victim's roommate who had forgotten her key began knocking on the door. the suspect jumps out of a balcony and fled.robert delacampa/police lieut, el cerrito police department:it was an exhaustive search police canines checked the area from richmond police department but he eluded capture on that nightbut on friday, allen was arrested. neighbors say in recent years the area feels less safe. residentwe should have security over here 24 hours we don't have it at all. a week ago or 2 weeks ago they tried to open my door during the day and she tried to say oh we
made a mistake so i reported that to the office and they told me to i should call the police (hermela aregawi)allen is facing a slew of charges including assault with intent to commit rape, false imprisonment and kidnapping.if convicting, he's looking at many years in state prison. reporting live hermela aregawi. kron 4 news (justine) new tonight at ten... police are investigating a sexual assault on the u-c berkeley campus. it happened during the day in late august at zellerbach hall...which is a performance venue on the campus. police say the victim is not affiliated with the university... and was sexually assaulted by someone she knew. police say the have a suspect, but have not yet released his identity. according to police...90- perent of sexual assault survivors knew their attacker. (justine) cal-trans demolished
another underwater pier from the old bay bridge this morning. it is part of a project to take down the foundations of the original eastern span of the bridge. the six weekend project takes place every other weekend until mid-november. the implosion was chosen to be done during this time frame, because that is when marine life is least present in the area. (jrstone) tomorrow is the big day for indy-car racing at the sonoma raceway... so if you are headed that way... expect heavy traffic. the gates to the raceway are off highways 37 and 121. they open at eight a-m. traffic is expected to be heaviest at ten a-m and three, five and eight p-m. raceway officials advise attendees to get to the event before 3-30 in the afternoon.
lawrence karnow: this is the last weekend of summer but it's already feeling a littl like fall outside. we had a few passing clouds otherwise is was a gorgeous day. highs today were at or just slightly below average. if you''re going out tonight it will be a little breezy so grab a light jacket. overnight lows will be very comfortable and in the 50s. on the satellite image you can see the high clouds that swept though. you'll aslo notice the storm in the gulf of alaska. that system won't bring us any rain but it will bring some wind and cooler
weather on monday. and there's another storm on the way after that that will make it even cooler. around the state on sunday highs will be in the 80s in the central valley, with 60's in los angeles and low 70s in santa barbara and san diego. area should be another highs with be in the 80s 70s around the the coast. the summer will feel much it will be breezy on monday. the will be even thursday warming up again next (justine) british police say they have made a breakthrough in the subway bombing investigation after making a significant arrest. the country is still on a "critical" alert an 18-year-old was arrested....but police have not yet released any information about the suspect. police say a counter- terror operation is now underway in a soutwestern london suburb and people have been told to leave the area. at least 30 people were injured when an explosion went off on a train yesterday. (justine) the state senate has passed a bill that no longer requires all sex offenders to register for life. this means thousands of people will be dropped from the state's sex offender registry. kron 4's dan kerman explains what the new system could look like... right now california's sex offender registry has
100-thousand names on it that's due in part to the fact that california is one of only 4 states in the nation requiring lifetime registration for every convicted sex offender. but soon that could changesotthis bill represents a three tiered registry for all sex offenders. proposed tiers are based on seriousness of the crime, risk of the sexual reoffending and criminal historyunder the new legislation offenders would have to register for 10 years, 20 years or life. backers of the bill, the california police chief's association says the current registry has become so big it's no longer useful as a law enforcement tool sotthis has protections and in the long run will protect our children more because those low level sex offenders who should have never in this day and age been considered a crime that should be placed on the registry will be able to come off after ten years allowing law enforcement to focus on those who are the most harmfuland the state assembly supports the measure,
not all dosoti think it's a terrible piece of legislation mark klaas with the klaas kids foundation says revamping the system going forward is fine, but it should not be retroactive.sot mark klaas/klaas kids foundation 124-132they've been sentenced their victims have been told the parameters of those sentences and that's being thrown the windo (justine) that was kron 4's dan kerman reporting... an advocate for the new system is alameda county district attorney nancy o'malley. she says this will allow law enforcement to focus on the high-risk offenders.
expected to sign the bill. if approved the new three tier system would start in 20-21. (justine) we have a resource on our website... that allows you to see how many sex offenders live in your neighborhood. head to kron4.com to see it. (jr stone) investigators are working to figure out what went wrong at a florida nursing home where eight patients died after hurricane irma. the facility lost its air conditioning system... leaving patients in sweltering heat. miguel marquez shows us the video a witness took showing patients struggling to cool down. the video only 34 seconds long but speaks volumes about what was happening inside the rehabilitation center at hollywood hills. in the hallway a woman sits on a
gurney entirely naked. the person who shot the video says the same woman was clothed in a gown when she saw her on monday, but had grown so uncomfortably hot by tuesday she stripped off all her clothing seeking relief from the heat. the woman who shot the video did not want to appear on camera but also wanted others to see the conditions at the facility after hurricane irma knocked out its air conditioning. in the video, her 89-year-old parents gabriel and libia giraldo. both were hospitalized after being evacuated from the facility wednesday. libia has since been discharged, gabriel remains in the hospital with an urinary tract infection his daughter says he got because he was dehydrated. the person who shot the video says she was at the facility monday and the air-conditioner was already off. the video was shot tuesday night, just hours before the center was evacuated. it shows her father who suffers from alzheimer's with a fan next to his bed, her mother in a second bed. their second floor window open and the curtains lifted up to allow as much air in as possible. in the hallway a large fan is seen, an effort to keep air moving in the facility. a spokesperson for the rehabilitation center says
they contacted florida power and light and state emergency officials immediately after losing air conditioning. the spokesperson says the faculty had adequate staffing and followed protocol throughout the crisis. the spokesperson also said water and ice was provided for residents and that disrobing residents is not protocol for staying cool. florida's agency for healthcare administration that regulates the facility told cnn "at no time did the facility report that conditions had become dangerous or that the health and safety of their patients was at risk."miguel marquez cnn hollywood, florida. (justine) coming up... hundreds of volunteers came together to cleanup the coast... we'll hear from people about the major trash problem popping up along the shoreline.(jr stone) plus... a state trooper saves a man from jumping off a bridge...and it is all caught on camera. that story is
maria drive. this comes one week after the city's first homicide in years...but police tell kron four violent crime is not necessarily up...it just happened to be back to back.(jr stone) kron four's ella sogomonian is live in petaluma with how people are feeling tonight.... ella...certainly a scary situation for those inside. petaluma residents say this is an otherwise quiet town so they are a bit shaken by last week's fatal stabbing and in this case are surprised a candy store would be a target of an armed roberry who's products cost a few cents. see's candies employees at this petaluma store were robbed at gunpoint friday night just as they were preparing to close at 7.sot: nicholas tribble, petaluma resident// " make more sense around valentine's day but not in the middle of september." but it wasn't chocolate he was after.police say the thief flashed a gun from inside his
bag as he forced an employee to give him an unknown amount of cash from the register. locals can't grasp why a store who's items are sold for less an a dollar would be a target. sot: kecia kaiser, petaluma resident// "they must have been really terrified. and how much money does chocolate generate anyway? what a waste of time."although there are two banks beside the see's candies, neither captured the man as he fled on foot so there is no surveillence video of him.the thief was reported by witnesses to have been a white man 50's wearing a blue button down shirt with a black shirt underneath, blue jeans, and a blue baseball cap.a police seargent tells kron 4 he also had a green back pack that along with his description matches a suspect police are looking for connected to robberies in santa rosa and cotati. employees at the att across the way say they've been robbed several times just not with a gun.so police say violent crime like the one here at see's happens but it is still unusual.live in petaluma ellasogomonian kron 4 news.
(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: this is the last weekend of summer but it's already feeling a littl like fall outside. we had a few passing clouds otherwise is was a gorgeous day. highs today were at or just slightly below average. if you''re going out tonight it will be a little breezy so grab a light jacket. overnight lows will be
very comfortable and in the 50s. on the satellite image you can see the high clouds that swept though. you'll aslo notice the storm in the gulf of alaska. that system won't bring us any rain but it will bring some wind and cooler weather on monday. and there's another storm on the way after that that will make it even cooler. around the state on sunday highs will be in the 80s in the central valley, with 60's in los angeles and low 70s in santa barbara and san diego. around the bay area tomorrow it should be another
beautiful day. highs with be in the 80s inland, mild 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. the last week of summer will feel much more like fall. it will be cooler and breezy on monday. the temperatures will be even cooler on thursday before warming up again next weekend. protests entered a second day in saint louis today... this came after a police officer's acquittal in the
2011 death of an african american man. protesters gathered at a mall to let their voices be heard. people were shouting "no justice, no profits," and "black lives matter." protesters marched peacefully, but store employees were still quick to shut their doors. take a look at this new video just into kron four... you can see protesters running and a heavy police presence. there are also damaged storefronts. today's protests followed a violent friday night... police say there were 33 arrests, 11 injured officfers and property damage to the mayor's house yesterday. jason stockley was acquitted in the 20-11 shooting death of a black driver --- anthony lamar smith. several events in saint louis have been canceled because of the protests -- including
tonight's u-2 concert and tomorrow night's ed sheeran's concert. (justine) today... people gathered at shorelines across the state to participate in costal cleanup day. kron4's jeff pierce has more from the cleanup site in oakland. saturday morning hundreds of volunteers came out to participate in coastal cleanup day. there's a shoreline cleanup that's going on all over the bay area in terms of the shoreline it's also all around the state today.at east creek slough in oakland a small army scoured the edge of the bay finding a vast collection debris.a lot of styrofoam in particular. a lot of styrofoam plates it looks like from picnics.i'd say that what i've picked up the most and then random things and even a television.coastal cleanup was not only about making the shorline look better, most understood that this was also about the wildlife that lives on the shoreline.there's a lot of birds here and some of the birds eat the cigarette butts and the plastic bottle caps
and that's not good. they like shining stuff like fish , their scales are shiny so most birds are diving down and the plastic is shiny and they'll eat it and then they'll die two days later.phoebe grow was using the day to teach her daughters a lesson.this helps them understand why we don't have much plastic around the house there is so much plastic on the beach.now in it's thirty second year the california coastal commision has volunteers collect data on what has been picked up to help develop policy to protect shorelines throughout the state. it's a way for us to learn what's littering our shores. like many cities have done like banning bags is one example.like the ones in the bay area, as many as nine hundred sites throughout the state were also taking part in coastal cleanup day. for many it was about where we live. when we live in this jewel like the bay area so how can you not want to do what you can to clean it up and keep it that way, keep it pristine.in oakland jeff pierce kron four
news. (jr stone) coming up... a teenager dies after being trapped in a freezer...and now her family is demanding answers. we'll show you the new surveillance video moments before her death. (justine) and... a man is caught on camera stealing clothes...but it is áwhereá he stole the clothes that makes this story so strange. we'll explain after the break.
you'll never be ready for. your little girl getting married being one of them. ♪ ♪ if it sounds too crazy to believe... we have surveillance video to prove it. a man in kentucky went into a funeral home and stole the clothes meant for a deceased man. funeral home staff says the man took a jacket, pants and jewelry
meant for the man being prepared at the funeral home. you can see him get naked and change into the clothes... he even smells the underwear before putting them on. staff says the man spent more than three hours inside the funeral home. napping and drinking soda. stealing candy, electronics and the keys to the hearse. the daughter of the deceased man says her father would want the family to forgive the man. rebecca miller/ daugherty's daughter: "he would say i hope he gets his justice, but i hope he gets right with god and doesn't ever do this to anybody else. never, ever, ever." police are looking into whether this man is connected to another robbery nearby. the funeral homes says they have some leads. (justine) police say a school bus driver had a medical emergency before she crashed her bus into a house in detroit. the home was empty when the bus smashed through the wall friday night. the 56-year-old driver was
later hospitalized and is expected to be okay. investigators say she either blacked out or had a medical incident before the crash. (jr stone) coming up.... more cases of west nile virus in the bay area... we'll show you where it happened and what health officials are warning about tonight.(justine) plus... a family in the east bay is upset their landlord doubled their rent. hear how they took action .. after the break... fall-like weather is sweeping into the bay area. we'll have your end of summer forecast coming up next.
(jr stone) a family in east oakland is on the brink of seeing their rent's double... today, they confronted their landlord at his home in piedmont.(justine) kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the mother who says she understands the rent has to go up... but not at the cost of putting her family on the streets. (philippe) it's not big... it's not fancy... but
for norma sanchez, her husband and three young boys... this is home and it has been for nine years. so, when she received this letter from her landlord, informing her that her rent on november first would nearly double from 13-hundred dollars a month to 24-hundred dollars... she felt a lump in her throat. norma sanchez/tenant- "it honestly made us feel extremely sad and depressed, um, because this is going to effect our whole family and we don't have the means to move anywhere else." saturday morning... sanchez paid her landlord a visit at his home in piedmont. demanding that he keep the rent increase to a reasonable amount. she was joined by other tenant-members of the non-profit organization alliance of californians for community empowerment... the landlord owns several homes in their east oakland neighborhood and they're all set to see their rents go up significantly. sanchez is a house keeper, and her
husband works in the restraunt industry. she says they both have to work everyday just to make ends meet.norma sanchez/tenant- "this is our home -- we've made a community here. if we're pushed out of this housing now, um, its like a part of us is being torn out. um, that we'll never be able to recover." tenants like sanchez acknowledge that their landlord isn't breaking any laws by rasing the rent. in fact, i spoke directly with the landlord, who says over the years, he's done his best to minimally increase the rents and, that in retrospect, if the previous increases were higher, maybe these latest offers wouldn't have been so dramatically shocking. he says he's not a bad guy, but like everyone else, his bill's these days are bigger than they used to be. sanchez says confronting her landlord with the other tenants ending up being a productive decision... because she says the landlord has agreed
to meet with all of them next week... and, possibly renegotiate their renewal offers. philippe djegal, kron four news. (live) taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: this is the last weekend of summer but it's already feeling a littl like fall outside. we had a few passing clouds otherwise is was a gorgeous day. highs today were at or just slightly below average. if you''re
going out tonight it will be a little breezy so grab a light jacket. overnight lows will be very comfortable and in the 50s. on the satellite image you can see the high clouds that swept though. you'll aslo notice the storm in the gulf of alaska. that system won't bring us any rain but it will bring some wind and cooler weather on monday. and there's another storm on the way after that that will make it even cooler. around the state on sunday highs will be in the 80s in the central valley, with 60's in los angeles and low 70s in santa barbara and san diego. around the bay area tomorrow it should be another beautiful day. highs with be
nearly a week after a young woman was found dead inside a walk-in freezer, her family is still looking for answers. 19-year-old kenneka jenkins died last week at a hotel in a suburb of chicago. police just released surveillance video from the hotel...leading up to the incident. tom negovan reports that now her family says they want surveillance video. nearly a week after a young woman was found dead inside a walk-in freezer, her family is still looking for answers. police say this surveillance video from the crown plaza chicago o'hare hotel shows 19-year-old kenneka jenkins walking alone in a kitchen. however, the hotel says there is no video showing her enter the basement walk-in freezer, where she was found dead the next morning.several cameras captured video of the young woman, as she stumbles through various areas of the hotel in the early morning hours of saturday, september 9.it's still not clear how the woman
died.police say they do not suspect foul play....but the medical examiner's office is still waiting for toxicology results, so they have not ruled on a cause of death. an anti-violence activist says he has viewed video showing a woman whose body was found inside a suburban chicago hotel freezer walking into the appliance alone.andrew holmes says rosemont police on wednesday showed him surveillance video from the crowne plaza hotel when he sought answers about the death of 19-year-old kenneka jenkins. rosemont police spokesman gary mack says tereasa martin, kenneka's mother, will also see the footage thursday. police say they're reviewing about 30 hours of video collected from 47 hotel cameras.holmes said thursday video shows jenkins waiting in the hotel lobby after her friends apparently went up to a room to retrieve some possessions. he says jenkins takes the elevator to a lower level and wanders around, opening doors in an apparently disoriented manner.jenkins' body was found in the freezer early sunday, about 24 hours after relatives contacted the hotel and police to report her missing.
(jr stone) new at ten... police released dash cam video of a washington state trooper saving the life of a suicidal man.(justine) the video shows the trooper trying to save the man from jumping off a bridge. now the trooper is recounting the moments leading up to the rescue.(jr stone) jamie tompkins has the story. nats: "donút jump come talk to me can you get off the ledge for me?"wahington state trooper yaroslav holodkov says he just happened to be in the right place...at the right time..trooper yaroslav holodkov / washington state trooper:"for some reason i started to drive across the snohomish county river and when i looked back i saw an individual standing on the guard rail looking over the river and the one thing that kind of caught me was his white shoes."trooper holodkov says he turned his partol car around...and he was grateful to see the man was still standing there.so he turned
his lights on...and slowly began to approach and start up a conversation."said he had a bad day i mean everybody has bad days and then out of nowhere he just leaped and as soon as he leaped i reached out and grabbed his shirt that was the closest thing to me and so i grabbed it and i think there was just enough of a pull back to where he just fell on the rail."nats: "what's wrong with you? don't do it man, don't do it, don't jump, don't do it, don't do it, don't do it. stop! stop! don't do it. it's not worth it, buddy. it's really not worth it." trooper holodkov managed to pull the man back to safety onto the bridge. holodkov says while he is trained to talk to suicidial individuals and those suffering mental health issues...nothing can really prepare you for a moment like this.."i didnút expect it i wasnút looking for one and i
just happened to see him and i guess lucky for me and him i was there. there was no thought going through my mind i think it was just pure reaction he did it and i reacted to prevent him to save a life and that is our job its just part of the job."while many are referring to him as a her after seeing these brave moments...nats: "donút do it man donút do it donút do it donút do it stop stop its really not worth it buddy.""is it nice that people see it and recognize it and stuff like that yea but i donút think any of us are looking for fame its just part of the daily duties and this is something we signed up to do."
introducing the easy to use, energy saving, adjustable from everywhere, easy on the wallet and the eyes, nest thermostat e. e is for everyone. (justine) san francisco police along with mayor ed lee are asking for the public's help finding the killer of l-g-b-t activist, anthony "bubbles" torres. officers say torres was shot on the corner of myrtle and larkin around three in the morining last saturday. a shouting match led up to the deadly shooting. witnesses describe the suspect as a tall asian man with a medium build. last weekend, a vigil was held at the very site he was killed. bubbles was a popular activist among the l-g-b-t community in san francisco. (justine) in contra costa county--
three birds and a group of mosquitoes tested positive for west nile virus. mosquito and vector control officials say the mosquitoes were found in oakley, while the dead birds were scattered throughout the county. officials say you can reduce your risk of getting the disease by draining standing water and using bug repellent. according to the district - - 56 people in the county have been diagnosed with the disease since 2006...two people have died. (justine) a man in san jose is alive tonight after his car went off the side of a cliff. it happened this morning in the san jose foothills near quimby road. his car careened off the side of a small, secluded road and ended up wedged between the beams and the hillside. crews say it was a "tricky" rescue because of the placement of the car. their large trucks couldn't fit on the narrow road, and
the man was difficult to reach from below. smaller trucks were eventually sent up the road and crews were able to rescue the man after they cut off the roof of the car... the man was airlifted to a nearby trauma center.. where he is doing okay... (jr stone) it started in honolulu and now it may soon be coming to the entire state of california... a law banning cell phones in cross walks.(justine) texing and walking. stanley roberts show us how he got involved.... you know what will happen right after you hear enough complaints about people testing and walking someone will introduce a law making it illegal well now we are now one step closer to my 2008 prediction i'll make a motion to adopt a resolution urging state legislators to take action to promote traffic safety by prohibiting the use of cell phones while crossing streets. with a unanimous vote of 5 to 0 the san mateo county board of supervisors adopted a resolution asking
sacramento to create and pass a law banning distracted walking in a crosswalk but what do people think about the resolution i think it's, they should have something like that yes i think they need it (but why) because you see a lot of kids they be walking across in the sidewalk not paying attention and they don't realize there are in a crosswalk and they don't have the right away sometimes they just walk right into traffic. i think that's a good law, i think that's good, (but isn't it just one more law to add to the books) well it is, but it's very dangerous for people walking you know and texting and either driving and texting i think that were always on our phones and (put em down) yea we can all walk across the street safely (so you need a law) we don't need a law can't we all just be good (apparently we can't a lot are behaving badly) so yea then i guess we need a law (what do you think?) i think we need a law, that's why a lot of
accidents and things happen is because people are behaving badly so yea there would be a law in effect (what do you think?) i think that people are on their phones way to much, i think a lot of accidents can happen people can run into each other cars can hit people i think it's probably a good idea. so now that it's a resolution what's the next step san mateo county supervisor david canepa hopefully, the assembly will take this on which i'm confident they will, the senate and then the governor will sign it by this time in june it will be a state law so san mateo county is in the history books for introducing a possible new law . we at least time you can't blame me so let it be known that it was stanley roberts and if i had the ability to call it the stanley roberts resolution which it should be we would do that and stanley again you've come through you actually created a law why do i have a sneaky feeling this is going to come back and haunt mein redwood city stanley roberts kron 4 news
(j.r.) wild saturday night in college football. we go to southern california.sam darnold and the trojans taking on a struggling texas longhorn team. end of the second quarter darnold....looking and finding his man in the back of the endzone. seven to nothing usc. this game was back and forth though. trojans with the ball again and this time darnold intercepted by texas. this game would go back and forth. usc though would hold strong in double overtime and go on to win this game 27 to 24. (j.r.)ucla in tennessee taking on memphis saturday.the bruins had a big comeback victory last week. what would happen this week against an unranked memphis team. josh rosenucla q-b studplay action.to his tight end jordan
wilson.that's a touchdown ucla up 17 to 7. we go to the thirda game filled with no defense.rosen looking for a man. rosen with all day. trying to go back across the field. tim heart says not gonna happen.intercepted.and he could go all the way. he does.memphis up 40 to 31. they would keep the pressure on in this game. ucla's quarterback josh rosen threw for 463 yards. four touchdown passes and two interceptions as memphis goes on to win this 48 to 45. (j.r.)and talk about a wild football day. wild ending in gainesville florida today. florida tied at 20 with tennessee9 seconds left and listen to what happens. feleipe franks with the hail mary win for the gators. time runs out. gators go on to beat tennessee 26 to 20. wow what a play. (j.r.) we are now less than 24 hours away from raiders
football. raiders taking on the new york jets in their home opener this week against the buffalo bills. this is a team that dominated tennessee and with the way the jets looked in week 1 many folks think they will do the same against new york on sunday. they are a two touchdown favorite over the jets. (j.r.) as for the san francisco 49ers. they are on the road sunday in a rivalry game with the seattle seahawks. both the 49ers and the seahawks will be looking for their first wins and touchdowns of the season. seattle lost to green bay last week and the 49ers lost to the carolina panthers 23 to 3 last week. 49ers are two touchdown underdogs in this one. (jr stone) that is sports... we'll be (jr stone) here's