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have to happen. ktvu' debora villalon is live in novato where people are crying for change. >> reporter: those cries will get louder as people learn the little girl did not make it. she was headed home from school when she was struck by an suv. a bike track, a bike tire, a girl's shoe. >> she just moved in maybe a month ago, maybe a little bit more. >> reporter: friends say she was new to the neighborhood and the hazard of this busy street. newly arrived into the state with her parents and two brothers. >> there's always cars going fast and i can tell people are not paying attention. >> reporter: the seventh grader fell head first from the suv.
even with a helmet suffering major injuries. that witness tried to comfort her as help was called but says the child was unconscious. she was stabilized at a local er then air lifted to children's hospital oakland. the man who hit her stopped and cooperated. >> being interviewed, answering questions. witnesses are confirming his statement at this point. >> reporter: i think that there needs to be a stop sign here. >> reporter: families say a crosswalk to get their kids over the busy boulevard and into their subdivision without darting across would be a huge safety improvement. >> after this i'm just scared to death about letting him ride. the cars come really, really fast. 50 some whatever-miles-an-hour and the bike path is right there. there's no separation. >> reporter: every effort was made to save the girl after she was air evac to oakland but her injuries were too severe. this fatality one of many on novato where it widens and
picks up speed as it head to the coast. debora villalon. police are looking for the mother of a girl who says she enlisted the help of her 10- year-old daughter to steal groceries. they say she stole her daughter to push the cart outside. when store workers confirmed the girl,keelin drove off. that was a week ago, the girl is now with her grandmother. 38-year-old charles lewis edwards was killed just minutes after leaving an apartment on vermont street. the shooting happened just after 6:30 last night. police say edwards was getting into a car when someone approached on foot and shot him several times. at this point, no arrests have been made. hundreds of people took to
the streets of oakland in a bid to stop violence and take back their community. more than 400 children, parents and teachers marched. a recent homicide in the area sparked this peace march. >> given the recent up tick in violence in aour neighborhood has been very important to gather the community together. >> reporter: oakland major jean quan did not march but was on hand to meet those who did. this evening's event was a success and they plan to have more in the future. tonight at 10:30, another march this one in san francisco. the call for peace there sparked by a series of recent events. a well respected teacher at albany middle school is under arrest accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student. amber lui found out that at
least one parent said, there were red flags. >> reporter: a popular and trusted teacher, james asumisaki arrested yesterday with suspicion of a lewd act with a child under 14. >> i hope it's not true. he's a wonderful teacher, wopblderful summer camp, basketball coach -- wonderful summer camp basketball coach, i'm shocked. >> reporter: parents gathered for special meetings for parents of his students. >> my worry is the continuing of education. how it's going to be handled. i know my daughter had a lot of questions. i was told that there were a lot of students in tears today. >> reporter: students will reassigned to other sixth grade classes. counselors are also available. >> i've had him for a teacher a month and he's already been super nice. >> reporter: one parent however said there were some red flags, she asked not to be identified to protect her children's privacy. >> he's way too friendly with
the kids. he made my daughter uncomfortable. he's very flirty. there were texts sent to children, rides given to young girls. >> reporter: he began teaching full time in 2008 known as mr. i he also coached volleyball and basketball. >> everyone in the district is devastated. >> reporter: according to the superintendent the report of an inappropriate relationship first came to officials early this week. that's when they went to police. this letter went out to parents on wednesday. police are investigating whether there's been other inappropriate contact. a bay area toll collector has been arrested on kidnapping and sexual assault chargings. 30-year-old johnny burton attacked a woman on laurel street. police say he threatened her with a gun and raped her. he's been hold on bail. he lives near the scene of the crime and a pellet home was
found in his home. the two alarm fire was reported around 4:00 this afternoon at magic sounds mobile home park on blossom hill road. a san jose fire captain says one mobile home had flames coming through the roof the fire then spread to the home next door. peninsula congresswoman spiers is one of those celebrating today. they were celebrating a vote that brought millions of the dollar for an electric brain that runs a train. campbell's soup is shutting down its sacramento plant and eliminating 7,000 jobs there. the announcement was made at a 7:00 meeting this morning.
the change comes as campbell's is trying to cut costs. >> sacramento has the highest production cost per case of any plant in our network that's why we made the decision to close the plant. >> reporter: the plant is scheduled to close next july. cam campbells is also closing it's spice plant in san francisco. a small group of protesters is clashing with police at this hour. it is the same area where police evicted an occupy encampment early this morning. amber lee just arrived there morning on market street. al we -- amber what's going on there? >> reporter: julie we're at the interception of market and drum right across the street from the embarcader. we want to show you what we see right here. there's at least one dozen
police officers with helmets and batons. what we saw when we arrived was a group of men yelling at the officers. not clear what they were saying. a witness told us he saw that same group throwing plastic water bottles toward the officers a little earlier. but right now we don't see them doing anything. but there's also other officers. if you look beyond these officers by the bus stop, across the street you can see another row of police officers and police cars, that's the old reserve building and that's where they took down an encampment earlier today. and we're told by our witness that that appears to be what's agitating the protesters. they're upset that the police moved in and took down the encampment. that's why they're upset. i guess police moved in when some of the protesters may have been trying to remove the fencing that went up. that's our understanding. i went up to a police sergeant at the scene. he declined to talk to me and he says there's no one available at this time to give us more information. that's the latest from here, reporting live from downtown
san francisco, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. only on 2, x factor behind the scenes. see what happened after bay area contestants got their yeses. >> a democracy is at stake and i'm a may matrioarch. >> rosanne bar brings her campaign to the bay area. we ask her about her alleged use of drugs. and then i blacked out. [ female announcer ] ...who thought she had reached the end of her story. [ joycelin ] the doctor told me i had two brain aneurysms and that one of them had ruptured. [ female announcer ] fortunately, she was treated at sutter health's california pacific medical center.
twist in oakland tonight when comedian turned candidate rosanne bar drew a big crowd to hear why she's running for president. eric rasmussen is live in oakland where bar was looking for more than just votes today. >> reporter: rosanne bar's question, legalize marijuana. that's why she came to oksterdame. no matter how many campaign stickers, she knows she's not going to win. but she had no trouble hyping up a crowd today. >> reporter: rosanne bar is running for president and she says that's no joke. this town hall meeting on medical marijuana rallied as a campaign rally for the comedy star. >> what would you say to people out there who think this is a
publicity stunt. >> i'm not doing it for publicity because my political views have ended my career. so it's not for publicity that's for sure. >> reporter: no stranger to controversy or policy, bar says she came to oakland in part because of the federal raid of oakstedram university in april. medical marijuana advocates blasted president obama saying he broke a commitment to respect state law. >> president obama alook a -- along with the rest of them are attacking us. >> reporter: do you smoke marijuana? >> i certainly do. i have a prescription. and absolutely i do smoke marijuana and i have for several years for most of my life as a matter of fact at this point. >> reporter: rosanne's running meat, cindy sheehan. they hope they can get more
people registered to the freedom party. eric rasmussen. in eight minutes tonight, voters lined up to cast their ballots. the voting that is already under way in some states as president oe obama and mitt romney try to hammer home their message. police seize marijuana plants during a massive raid. almost every home in the neighborhood was involved in growing the marijuana. police descended on that neighborhood yesterday. the marijuana plants have an estimated street value of more than 2-1/2 million dollars. they say agents arrested 15 people on a variety of drug related charges. authorities say they have three suspects in custody tonight in connection with the smash and grab robbery of a newark store. the suspects were among four
armed robbers who stormed zenna jewelers. the robbers opened fire in the shop, used their weapons to smash display cases and fled with a duffel bag full of stolen goods. raymond jefferson of san francisco and two teenagers from oakland and hayward are now in custody. a fourth robber remains at large. we want to bring you the latest now on that san francisco firefighter who we've been following as she fights breast cancer. we're told now that janet neves rivera underwent a double mastectomy yesterday and that she's doing well tonight. the department of public health had refused to allow rivera to use donated sick leave from her colleague firefighters. michael savage has been
fighting the network for duoyears to -- network for two years to get over a contract to leave the network. the service lets users sent real life presents to other users. reportedly starbucks, magnolia bakery and 1-800-flowers are among facebook's newest partners. the new legislation will make it illegal for companies or universities to ask for access to personal social media or e-mail accounts. both of those laws go into effect on january 1st. tonight we're going to take you behind the scenes of the hit fox show the x factorful recently the judges were in the area holding auditions and we
were there as well. >> reporter: britney spears and devoto were part of the judge panel. >> i was struck to say the least. it was very surreal. >> it's crazy seeing them in person. as soon as i saw them raise their head bobbing i was like i'm in the game. >> reporter: tens of thousands of people auditioned in several cities and online. the show stopped by oakland for a few days and we were there as the hopefuls tried out. only a few made it through including oakland's okay mia minor. >> hi paul. i know you. >> and i know you now. >> reporter: she and other contestants say they can hardly believe they made it this far. >> i know i got it. okay. but i didn't know if they were going to give it to me. >> i still feel like it's a dream. like my dad is like can i pinch
you. you're-- you're really hear. like you just got four best yeses. >> reporter: after being told yes by the judges, the contestants are being temporarily made major stars taking part of a photo shoot. >> it was so weird to be a performer and have the focus on me. it's something i've dreamed about my whole life. >> reporter: up next of the contestants who cleared the first round, boot camp. where they will have to prove to the judges that they have what it takes. >> and at ktvu.com you will find an x factor tab right there on the home page and we have stories, video and much more. los angeles county sheriff deputies took 55-year-old nacula into custody this afternoon. federal authorities say he violated the terms of his
probation on check fraud charges. the terms ban him from using computers or the internet without permission from his probation officer. and one of the actresses in that film innocence of muslims is now suing the producer of the film. cindy lee garcia filed a lawsuit yesterday in los angeles. she claims nacula violated copyright law over her performance in the film. garcia says she was led to believe the movie was a historical adventure film called desert warrior. an exclusive new ktvu poll says the majority of californias are in favor of allowing illegal immigrants to reach citizenship. 14% said illegal immigrants should be able to work in the united states but only for a limited time. and 14% said all illegal immigrants should be deported. it got pretty warm inland
today. temperatures went down a couple of degrees. a marine layer pinched up a couple of degrees. guess what the marine layer came up a couple of degrees so it's going to be just a little bit cooler. i don't know if the inland guys will notice it much cooler but you will notice it cooler for a little while around the bay. we're going to see lots of upper 40s at the bay. there will be fog at the airport, san francisco. there'll be fog at the airport. we have some heat coming our way st in time for the weekend. fire concerns and even heat advisories possible. i'll be here with all those details. michigan authorities are once again following the tip on the disappearance of jimmy hoffa almost 40 years ago. a man dying of cancer told police he saw someone being
buried under a concrete slab next to a suburban detroit home about the time haffa disappeared in 1985. tomorrow authorities will be taking a soil sample to check for human remains. if that soil tests posttive they will excavate the site. a shift in some key swing states. the momentum on the campaign trail with just weeks to go. and we're keeping a close eye on that developing news in san francisco and working to learn more about the clash between protesters and police there. more live coverage throughout the hour. dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding.
erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. navaz hurd: a smaller class size. navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. prop 38 is an opportunity of a generation.
but voters there are the first in a swing state to cast ballots. a wall street journal poll last week shows president obama leading mitt romney by five points. and polls in other battleground states suggest momentum swinging toward president obama in recent days. as ktvu's john sasaki reports some analysts say mitt romney needs to score big in next week's debate. >> reporter: 40 days before the election and the candidates are walking similar paths. >> as long as i'm commander in chief virginia we will sustain the strongest military the world has ever known. >> we can't afford four more years of the last four years, all right. >> reporter: governor mitt romney and president obama campaigned a few hundred miles apart a day after both criss crossed ohio. both asked for votes in what is
traditionally each other's territory. >> our -- >> florida needs to win one other state or two other states and he has it locked up right now. >> reporter: professor davis is dean of school of public policy. he says mr. romney needs something major to happen to change his fortune. >> romney needs to have a great debate. it's not even sure it's possible for him to have a great debate. >> reporter: the first debate is set for next wednesday night in denver. the topic domestic policy. john sasaki, ktvu news. we first reported it a couple of days ago today the san francisco giants confirmed that suspended outfielder milky
cabrera will not be returning to the team for the play offs. cabrera was having a tremendous season. but on august 15th he was suspended for 15 games by major league baseball after testing positive for muscle enhancing drugs. after that the team really came together. >> we talked about it, we still had the talent on this team to do it. and they showed it. and i think they wanted to prove it and they did. >> reporter: cabrera released a statement today saying he's disappointed to miss the play offs but is wishing his teammates the best. oakland police arrested a man tonight who they say was in the process of trying to rob an art gallery. officers say they had responded to a burglar alarm about 8:00 tonight and found a ladder on the side of the building. police are also looking for a possible second suspect. police opened fire on two
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approached the robbers. he said that the clerk was hit in the head with a gun before the robbers took off with the money. the national hockey league cancelled all remains preseason games. the league had already called off exhibition games in september but there had been no word about games after that until now. the main sticking point in the lock out how to split more than $3 billion in annual revenue. the regular season is supposed to start on october 11th. and in san jose tonight, the shark tank is dark. businesses in the area had been counting on shark games. jana katsuyama is live in san jose and tell us the player's lock out is a blow for businesses. >> reporter: this was supposed to be a game night but the hp pavilion the shark tank locked up. and the streets possibly empty along with the restaurants and the bars. there weren't many people around san pedro area tonight. restaurant tables were empty
without the usual pregame crowds of shark fans and the money they bring in tips. >> a lot of us are going to college, or have kids. it's tough when we don't have revenue coming in. >> reporter: this parking lot usually overflowing during games, empty. >> it's very disappointing. we usually get a lot of customers from fans. without them not a lot of business will come here. >> reporter: as the nhl and players battle, business that depend on the game are taking a blow to their bottom line. henry tilack's bar usually takes in $10,000 but they say tonight they will be lucky if they make $2,500. >> the players are making
money, they're making money, i don't see the point. >> wiped out downtown san jose for all the people that are making money. a lot of collateral damage. >> we're part of the collateral damage. >> we were. >> reporter: yeah we booked our photographers and everything. >> reporter: they had bought tickets for a special evening tonight to celebrate their engagement. >> we were looking forward to getting our engagement photos done during the game, and the game never happened. >> reporter: as for the negotiations, they're set to resume tomorrow. and many people just hoping that their contract will be settled soon. jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. new at 10:00, a march through the mission in san francisco tonight calling for peace after a series of violent incidents. dozens of people march along
fulsome street toward garfield park. a police shooting sparked protests. organizers say that violence sends the wrong message. >> they don't know what we go through. they just come out when they feel they have to. >> reporter: and it doesn't help. >> it does not help. it just creates animosity. >> reporter: the protesters say they are not asking for much. just safety when they walk and play. dogs attacked at least one person and another dog. one of the pit bulls was killed, the other was wounded. details are sketchy but apparently the dogs had gotten loose. the person who was bitten managed to get to the hospital on their own. police say the attacks happened on rossen street and rosedale avenue. -- drew a red line on a diagram of a bomb saying iran
was close to completing the second stage of uranium enrich. >> i believe that faced with a clear red line iran will back down. and this will give more time for sanctions sanctions and diplomacy. >> president obama has denied israel's demand to draw a red line. president obama's campaign released a new television ad today using only mitt romney's own words. there are 47% of the people who believe that they are victims, who believe that government has the responsibility to care for them. >> that audio was a replay of
the republican nominees remarks. romney was recorded saying roughly 47% of american households do not pay income taxes. obama campaign says that the words did not need any -- city college has already gone through significant changes. >> reporter: city college students are already feeling the pinch. 700 classes have been cut this year. >> i cannot get the classes that i wanted earlier this year. there's a high demand classes but low supply of courses. >> reporter: but city college must make many more sweeping changes or risk losing its accreditation and possibly closing. >> future of city college is
really what is at stake. >> reporter: guillermo villanueva is a counselor who works two jobs. he's concerned about what will happen. >> i'm still concerned about not having a job next year. >> there's a great concern about instability and fewer teachers and fewer teachers to do the work of the whole college. >> reporter: the proposals come after a scathing report in july by the accrediting commission that found deficiencies. >> people are working very hard to comply with the requirements of this report. >> reporter: the college is also focusing on students seeking degrees or transferring to four year schools. that could mean fewer so called enrichment classes that students take to improve skills or just for fun. >> they love the fact that they can come and take culinary classes and get jobs in our computer agency. >> reporter: they have until
october 15th to come up with a plan to turn around city college. >> you can get ktvu news to go. download the ktvu app, then you can watch all of our newscasts live right on your mobile device. we're continuing to follow developing news. after the break a live update from the scene of that rowdy protest in san francisco. >> and i'm back here in just a few minutes, it's going to get real warm around here. actually hot in many inland locations as we get into the weekend. all of the details on that. >> free wifi spots may be coming to a neighborhood near you. but only if you're a comcast customer. iyoyoyomññóóç
of those protesters has now returned to lower market street and is vowing to retake or reoccupy that encampment. ktvu's amber lee is now live at the scene to tell us what she's learned, amber. >> reporter: julie we're at the intersection of market, drum and california. let me show you what's to my right. some of these folks told us they are the protesters. they are upset that the police took down their encampment in front of the federal reserve building and that they plan to take it back over again when i asked them when they said as soon as possible but did not specify a time. if you look over here you can still see that there are a considerable amount of police presence. they are here and they're around the area and the outer perimeters as well. we also saw overturned garbage cans that we were told by witnesses that they knocked over some garbage cans and had the garbage strewn all over the street. a short while ago we also saw police officers going through some shrubs right in front of the wells fargo building right behind me looking for objects
that may have been thrown at some of the officers, a police officer told me that's what they were looking for. right now it's a pretty peaceful scene out here. no one has been hurt as far as we could see and the protesters are actually just gathering and talking amongst themselves. they have not said what else they plan to do. that is the latest from here. reporting live in downtown san francisco, sam -- amber lee. in mexico authorities captured the leader of an extremely violent saction of the zeta cartel. it's been reported that the u.s. provided the information that led to the raid. >> in london, wikileaks founder asange launched out at
president obama. asange made his comments from the equadorian embassy. he also claimed the uprising in the arab world was inspired in part by wikileaks. and in switzerland, a group has -- the u.s. postal service says it will default on billions of the dollars owed to a health care fund on sunday. the postal service also says it will continue to deliver mail and pay employees. postal officials say congress adjourned last week without passing legislation needed to pay the $5.6 billion they owe. this is the second default by
the postal service in two months. on wall street stock markets had their best day in two weeks. the dow rose 72 points. nasdaq was up 42. analysts say the markets responded to a drop in new jobless claims. comcast is launching a new wifi program. if you would like to view the map, just go to ktvu.com and then scroll down and click on web links. >> bicycling was not a mainstream think. how the movement has become a political force and what's planned for tomorrow night's 20th anniversary. and summer like temperatures returning to the bay area. our chief meteorologist bill martin back with the forecast for friday and beyond.
in southern california a 31- acre brush fire is now under control. started about 4:00 this afternoon in the hills. dry and hot conditions made it tough to fight the fire. but luckily it burned in a rural area and was never a real threat to people. ktvu's david stevenson tells us why critical mass are expecting 2,000 cyclists. >> reporter: critical mass is expecting people from all over the country. >> when critical mass started
bicycling was not a mainstream thing. if you were cycling you were often harassed. >> the whole idea of critical mass is not that it's a protest but a community. like a bubble of safety moving through traffic. >> reporter: it has inspired similar events throughout the world and played a part in the explosive world of bay area cycling and its emergence as a political force. today 3-1/2% of all commuters use bikes each day in san francisco. >> they get in your way, they go all in between traffic, and i think it disrupts a lot of traffic. >> reporter: 2,000 cyclists are expected for critical mass. bad news for motorists who complain of clashes. >> there are a couple that are bad actors who don't know how to behave in public. they're a problem and that's a problem for every critical mass event. >> just remain patient if
you're caught up in a critical mass event. >> reporter: this year there'll be a contingent of children riding to celebrate the anniversary. in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. a bill signed into law today changes the way california public universities make changes. a 90 day wait period is required before an increase can go into effect. the nation's four largest rental car companies have agreed to no longer rent or sell vehicles that have been recalled. this involves hertz, avis, enterprise and dollar thrifty. the agreement comes after senator barbara boxer pushed for a ban. boxer has said changes were needed after two sisters were killed in santa cruz while driving a rental car that was under a recalled notice.
and temperatures temperatures warmed up today as we stated but it's going to be a little cooler tomorrow. it's been real dense right along the coast along highway 1 on the great highway. low visibles in the morning. even some drizzle. i think tomorrow we will see fog to this point over to berkeley. i don't suspect it's going to get up over the hills. tomorrow is going to be a lot like today but i think it'll be a couple of degrees cooler. the big theme is a big warm up as we head into saturday, sunday and monday. did warm up today but the big warm up will be saturday, sunday and monday. in the inland bay valleys into the low 90s. it's going to be hot. one of the warmer or hotter days of the year. not unusual for september or even october. this is the time of year something like this could happen. the fog is hanging around, i don't know if it's going away this weekend. right now we're looking for the fog to kind of hang in at the
coast. saturday and sunday temperatures ratchet up. will it be heat? i don't think so, i think it'll just be very warm to hot. right along the coast. tries to get inland but the marine layer is suppressed. i think we will see lots of mid- 80s. upper 80s and a few low 90s. as we walk through the bay area microclimates we're going to see the cooling at the coast. you get south toward the morgan hill area and you start seeing mid- and upper 80s and low 90s . that is your friday forecast. your weekend forecast you could add five to 10 degrees to some of these numbers so it's going to be significantly warmer as we get into your weekend. in the east bay you're going to see 87 in walnut creek and in danville. just 80 in san jose but that number is going to come up on saturday and sunday. what else comes up besides the temperatures the fire danger.
we always talk about it and we can't stress it enough. this is not the time of year you need that heat. it's going to be hot, it's going to be dry. humidity is down. that's not good, what it appear social security the winds -- what it appears is the winds are going to be howling which is not good for the fire danger. we here at channel 2 are saying goodbye to our chief photographer john mackenzie who's retiring. >> [ cheering and applause ] >> when john mac drove his truck into the parking lot for the last time some of us were there to give him a hand. john max has been with ktvu for 40 years. tomorrow night we're going tole you about just how talented john is and how he's been a large part of ktvu's success during the past four decades. >> yeah, one of the best. >> he really is.
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the tubes now. stanford making mistakes that simply cannot, should not happen to top teams and it did. land of the hus -- husky, pumped and in control. the int of a pass. 42yards and the touchdown. stanford on top 13-3. but the defense that had only given up 124 yards rushing in the first three games surrenders 146 tonight. bisoáp tenke exploding for 61 yards and -- bishop tenke exploding. and price down the sidelines, 35 yards. yeah that's a touchdown. washington wins 17-13 stanford's first defeat. both teams now are 3-1. huge huge upset. 49er euphoria replaced by a myriad of questions after an
ugly loss to the vickings. but they lay low preparing for the new york jets. they like the rest of the nfl happy to have the distraction of the referees labor dispute over and done with. we all know by now players included just how much the real guys were missed. >> we all just want to go out there and have a fair game. each and every team, we work so hard throughout the week. when they always say this game is a game of inches. monday night you saw that. last week you saw that with us. you know minor mistakes and you know calls like that can really cost you. >> we're all going to go back to complaining but right now players and fans all lovey dovey with officials back in uniforms tonight. brandon wheaton throws the pick six. carrie williams 63 yards back with it. ravens cruise in. the browns an ugly 0-4.
got to say, true testimony to hard work, class and just keeping your mouth shut in tough times. the resurgence of barry zito continues his 14th win comes with plenty of early support on base. buster close in on a batting championship. actually took the lead six run second and hunter pence the crush two run shot. his two #. -- his 23rd with the giants. the acquisition of the year. and the giants are 7-3 winners over the d backs. a brutal trip for the a's against the rangers. brandon moss and redick who had his 30th and 31st but texas
prevails 9-7. they remain two up on anaheim. however it would be a good time for a's fans to start showing up this weekend. seattle in town. that's the sporting life for a thursday night. that place should be packed. >> i hope so. >> we'll see. >> going down to the wire. thanks mark. >> mark, thanks. >> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you the next time news breaks. >> the news starts at 4:30, they'll be following the breaking news in san francisco where occupy protesters are trying to reoccupy the downtown area. with the beginning
of the relationship is that each person has their own sexual timetable that the other person knows nothing about. that's why we need some sort of sexual rule book where it's written down and agreed upon, sexual standard dating procedure. so if there's any problems, you can go, "i'm very sorry, "but we've been out three times, "and according to article seven, "there's got to be some physical contact. "otherwise, i will report you to the board,