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find us a home. >> oakland mayor, libby schaaf is with us tonight. good evening, i'm mark somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. the team's plan to move to los angeles and share a stadium with the san diego chargers lost out today in a vote of nfl owners. instead, the owners voted to allow the st. louis rams to move, and build a new stadium in inglewood. the chargers have the option to join them with up to one year to decide. if the chargers decline, the raiders would then have that same option. the owners' vote was 30-2. here's what mark davis had to say about that decision. >> this is not a win for the raiders today, but at the same time, i'm really happy for stan croppingy and the rams -- stan kroenke and the rams going to inglewood. we'll see where the raider nation ended up here. we'll be working really hard to
find us a home. that's what we're looking for, and so for our fans and everything else, don't feel bad, we'll get it right. >> libby schaaf is calling it an opportunity. she says it buys oakland some additional time and that the clock starts now. >> we recognize that the work is ahead of us to come up with a stadium proposal that works for all the stakeholders, and that includes the raiders, the nfl, our fans, but also our taxpayers, and we believe there is a path to that. >> joining us right now is mayor libby schaaf. are you surprised by today's announcement? >> this is what we expected. but we are not popping the champagne cork yet. we know we have a lot of work ahead of us to keep them permanently in oakland, where they belong. so let's talk about a raiders stadium. in the time that we've been
discussing a raiders stadium, the giants have built a new stadium, the 49ers have built a new stadium, the warriors are about to build a new arena, and when it comes to a new stadium for the raiders, we're essentially at square 1. where do we go from here? >> i have just been mayor for one year, but i recognize that the raiders have the right to be frustrated with the history in oakland, but this team is in place to make something great happen. we're grateful to have the opportunity of at least a year to get something done. we believe we can get a new stadium built without a direct tax subsidy. >> the nfl said it will give the raiders $100 million if they stay in oakland. what specifically can you do to help them out with a long term plan? >> that $100 million is going to help a lot to make a new stadium. while oakland is not directly willing to subsidize a new stadium, we are looking to
provide the infrastructure. this is the bay area, we have really valuable real estate here. so, the opportunity for development is something that we are absolutely discussing. we know the raiders really value that game day experience. the tailgating, so a occasional of parking is something they really value. now we have to balance the raiders need, also with the oakland a's. we love our baseball team too. that's part of the complexity that has made an oakland stadium difficult. because we have that shared stadium right now. we also have joint ownership with the city and the county. >> when you look at the numbers, right now, it seems like the numbers don't add up. for a stadium you need probably 900 to $1 billion. from what i understand, mark davis is about to put in 400 million. you add $100 million from the nfl, that still leaves us 400, to $500 million short.
>> the raiders most recent offer was $500 million. that added $100 million brings us to 6. so that gap is narrowing, and we are looking at development rights based on a long term lease, again, the public wants to own this land long term. development can be valuable for the community. we can't just give things away from the public, but we can exchange use of the land for valuable development. we have already gone through a process to approve, and environmentally clear this land for robust development. so we are poised and we have invested in making that investment possible. we believe there is absolutely a possible to make a new stadium for the raiders that is responsible for the team, to the nfl, our incredible raider nation, and also those taxpayers that we are accountable too. >> have you had a chance to talk with him or anyone from
the raiders? >> i have talked to mark recently. i have not talked to him since the announcement. i know that the raiders put a lot of effort into this quest, and so i do want to give him a moment. but i am ready to call him up, just energized and committed to getting down to that hard work to make a deal actually happen. we have had a great relationship. i really respect that he is understandably frustrated with the history in oakland, but we've got a great team in place now. we are ready to move ahead and look to the future. >> all right, oakland mayor, libby schaaf. >> appreciate you joining us. >> the nfl owners, as we mentioned were meeting in houston. ktvu's heather holmes is there now. she had a front row seat for today's developments. >> it was a day filled with lots of drama here in houston, and lots of behind the scenes maneuvering. 11 hours after those owners first showed up here at the
west end hotel to start those relocation talks came official word, it was announced in the room you see right here behind me. the oakland raiders, as you now know will not be moving to l.a. next season, but where the team goes after that, that is up in the air. >> reporter: it was an announcement 21 years in the making. >> the nfl owners tonight approved the return of the los angeles rams to the market. >> reporter: pro football is returning to l.a. for the 2016 season. >> we're excited, and i want to thank all my partners in the nfl. >> reporter: while the rams owner gets ready to move to los angeles, raiders owner mark davis expressed disappointment that his team was not chosen to head south. >> this is not a win for the raiders. >> reporter: davis was clearly upset that his proposal for a joint stadium with the chargers in carson was shot down, and he would not commit to where the team will be playing after next season. >> we'll see where the raider nation ends up here. we'll be working really hard to
find us a home. that's what we're looking for, and our fans and everything else. don't feel bad, we'll get it right. >> reporter: it was a long day in houston, this final historic 30-2 vote came on the second round of voting. $1.86billion stadium project in inglewood over the cadavis. he is still looking for a home. >> what is your hope? >> to get a stadium for the raiders. a home for the raiders. >> where? >> initially we were trying to get something done in oakland, that didn't pan out. we made a commitment to los angeles that didn't happen for us. >> reporter: tonight, davis was repeatedly asked. let's say the chargers move to l.a., would he be interested in moving the raiders to san diego? he wouldn't rule anything out. heather holmes, fox 2 news.
>> all right, thank you heather. now the raider nation is feeling a bit unsettled tonight. bay area fans are happy the l.a. move was voted down, but the question remains, where will the team find a permanent home. azenith smith has been speaking to raider nation. >> reporter: a lot of excitement here, but with that comes some unsettled feeling over the raiders future. inside ricky's in san leandro, the diehard raider fans waving their flag proud, knowing the silver and black are staying in oakland, at least for now. >> raider nation, you ought to be proud of yourself, for years we fought for this. >> reporter: mario has been a
raiders fan since the 1970s. while he's happy the raiders aren't moving, he's not to happy with mark davis. >> you kind of say this is your home. you have a home. you don't need to go anywhere else. from that standpoint, you were kind of disappointmented in his comments. >> for mark to get on the stage and say that, that's a low blow. mark, you need to move back to l.a. leave the team here, leave the name, oakland raiders here. >> reporter: it's unclear how long the raiders will stay in oakland. the san diego chargers still have to decide if they want to share the stadium with the rams. if it doesn't, it leaves the door open for the raiders to go south. >> i was crying in my car on the way here. now i'm kind of relaxed a bit. now the euphoria is gone, we're really starting to think what is going to happen. >> reporter: the raiders would get $100 million from the fans to build a stadium in oakland. fans know that won't be enough.
>> i really think they're going to work it out. mark davis has no choice but to go to libby schaaf now. >> reporter: a statement says this announcement gives them a renewed sense of hope and called today, perhaps one of the greatest days in raiders history. >> our ktvu sports director mark ibanez joins us now. you have been covering the raiders since 1979. >> before '79, i was a season ticket holder, it seems like the story that will never go away. those that i talked to today, and i spent a lot of time listening to sports talk radio. one fan said he almost drove off the road when he heard some of mark davis's comments tonight. overall, i think raiders fans were taken aback, because mark
davis has expressed an interest in staying in oakland, but when he refers to raider nation, he's not referring to just oakland fans, he's referring to the entire nation. maybe deep down, he wants to stay in oakland, but he's certainly going to explore all of his options. he's a businessman. after all, they're looking for the best deal. i think he made that really clear that he's not stuck on oakland, as he's literally surrounded by the media after his podium interview today. >> oakland, 2016? >> i don't know where we'll be. we don't have a lease right now at the oakland coliseum. our lease is expired. >> you've always drawn well in san diego. can you rule that out as an option? >> i'm not going to go ifs, ands, or buts right now. america, the world is a
possibility for the raider nation. >> do you think fans will be happy you're staying? >> where? >> in oakland. >> are we? >> there you go, he says it himself. are we? coy is a good word. when he says raider nation, i think that leaves the door open. >> could be anywhere. >> we'll have more later on in sports. >> thank you, mark. our coverage also continues online, and we want you to know about what you think about the nfl's moves today. so you can weigh in on our facebook page if you'd like to join in on the conversation. this is a live picture of the rescue operation to free a plumber trapped underground in oakland since lunch time. >> i'm tracking the rain in the bay area as we head into your wednesday morning. there will be a wet commute out there. >> i want to focus on the next five years. the next ten years and beyond.
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confident as i have ever been. that the state of our union is strong. thank you. >> president obama delivered his final state of the union address tonight. he proposed policies. called for national unity, and reflected on america's future role in the world. ktvu's jana katsuyama is here now with the highlights. >> julie and frank, the president's speech was in a tone that was surprisingly conciliatory. no fireballs across the aisle. he called for americans to put aside bitter jibes. but had even acritique of his own work as president. >> the president of the united states! >> reporter: facing a congress and an american public bitterly divided, president obama launched into his address with the call for unity. and adding a touch of humor. >> for this final one, i'm going to try to make it a
little shorter. i know some of you are antsy to get back to iowa. >> reporter: the president acknowledged that the next election will bring a changing of the guard. he set the tone of the night, with the nod to paul ryan for bipartisan passage of the budget. a call for cooperation repeated throughout the speech. >> will we respond to the changes of our time with fear? turning inward as a nation, turning against each other as a people? or will we face the future with confidence in who we are, in what we stand for and the incredible things that we can do together. >> reporter: the president listed challenges that he said the u.s. is facing. income inequality. a public increasingly unhappy with washington politics, and
national security. he urged congress to authorize use of force against isis, and avoid isolationism. >> in today's world, we're threatened less by evil empires, and more by failing states. >> reporter: he said the u.s. economy is strong, with job growth and lower unemployment. >> anyone claiming that america's economy is in decline is peddling fiction. >> reporter: the president listed issues he said he still will fight to pass. >> fixing a broken immigration system. protecting our kids from gun violence. equal pay for equal work. paid leave. raising the minimum wage. >> reporter: he also had a jab at republican candidates hoping to stand in his place next
year. >> when politicians insult muslims, whether abroad, or our fellow citizens. when a mosque is vandalized, or a kid is called names, it diminishes us in the eyes of the world. it makes it harder to achieve our goals. it betrays who we are as a country. >> reporter: in the end, president obama even criticized himself, as he called for the country to move away from bitter partisan battles. >> it's one of the few regrets of my presidency. that the rancor and suspicion between the parties has gotten worse, instead of better. i guarantee i will try to be better so long as i hold this office. >> he urged that for all americans, calling for civility. there was one emotional point, where he turned to vice president biden, pledging to renew the fight for a cure for cancer, but overall, there were no major conflicts. really, just a call for unity. >> the president acknowledged
some of the guests invited to sit with the first lady, spencer stone? >> reporter: often they do. in this case, he didn't really do that directly. it's very common for those guests to be symbolic of the talking points in the speech. there was also an undocumented immigrant, and a plaintiff in a gay marriage case. but really this was a moment when he was trying to cover so many different issues, there was one empty chair though, frank and julie. he said that was supposed to symbolize the victims of gun violence. >> a much different type of state of the union address tonight. the republican governor of south carolina, nicky haley delivered the state of the union response. >> tonight, president obama spoke eloquently about grand things. he's at his best when he does that. unfortunately, the president's record has often fallen far
short of his soaring words. >> governor haley said americans are still feeling the pinch of a weak economy and are living under what she called a crushing national debt. she also said the president is unwilling to deal with what she called the most dangerous terrorism threat facing the united states since september 11. the presidential candidates weighed in on social media. hillary clinton tweeted, potus is right. bernie sanders tweeted i appreciated potus point that we need to get big money out of politics. donald trump tweeted the state of the union was one of the the most boring that i've heard in a long time. ted cruz said tonight's state of the union was less of a state of the union and more of
a state of denial. bill martin is tracking in the weather center now with specifically, how it's going to affect the morning commute. >> it's going to be a big hit on a very early morning commute. showers out there now. i have reports in bodega bay. heaviest overnight. you can see it here as it moves onshore. this system, significant moisture with it. we could see between midnight tonight, and 6:00 tomorrow morning. we could see an inch of rain, maybe 2 inches in the coastal hills. you can see the green sliding into the bay area now. fremont, and parts of san jose are now getting reports of drizzle up there. as we look at the forecast model, here we are at 1:00 a.m. tonight. that's about when the crux, the main part of the system hits us. it slides through. there is your early morning commute. wet roads, a little bit coming from the sky.
as we head into the afternoon, still scattered showers, but widely scattered. drying out for that afternoon commute, but there's another storm behind this. tomorrow morning, the very early morning commute. it will be wet on the roadways, when you drive in, slightly coming from the skies. but lynch time, -- lunchtime it starts to dry out. winds gust to 40, to 50 miles per hour tomorrow afternoon. the five-day forecast shows a couple of storms coming our way beyond this. stay with the ktvu weather team on air, online. we'll keep you ahead of the weather this season. a family car hit by gunfire on a bay area freeway. why some criminals may be choosing to carry out shootings now on the interstate. >> sky fox is overhead in oakland, as crews work to free a man trapped underground for more than nine hours. >> and ten american sailors are
having a little bit of trouble hearing and getting ahold of debora. we'll try to reestablish that connection and bring it to you in a couple of minutes. >> the bottom line is that guy has been down there for almost 9 hours, and they still have not been able to get him out. >> in the meantime, we want to tell you it's happened again. another shooting along busy interstate 80 in the east bay. this time, three people were injured, including a toddler. it all happened in the family car. ktvu crime reporter, henry lee has more on this story. >> authorities say three kids were sitting in the backseat of the family's car, when a bullet slammed through their back window, and hit the driver's head rest before exiting out the rear window on the other side. a 2-year-old child was hurt by shattered glass. the shooting happened on eastbound i-80, near richmond parkway. the family stopped at the shell station, and asked the store clerk for help. >> the first thing that went
through my mind after she came in, was oh, my god, that could have been me or my kids. could have been my sister. could have been my friends. it was very scary, and i'm just glad that everyone in that vehicle is okay. >> the chp says the family was victimized by gun fire meant for another car. >> it's pretty miraculous, that none of the occupants were hit. >> reporter: the intended victims, a man in his 20s, and a teenage girl were soon dropped off at a hospital with gunshot wounds that weren't life threatening. there have been now at least five shootings along i-80, richmond, and pinol. a woman died in a sixth shooting on city streets, not too far from the freeway. authorities believe most of the attacks involved gang members targeting rivals. why are these freeway shootings happening? authorities say the gunmen have a quick escape route, the
freeway. automatic there's many drivers around, it's often too chaotic for anybody to provide a clear description. the shooters are also providing on evidence to be lost. >> i do my proper protocol, and make suremy surroundings are okay. i guess you could say it is scary though, because it could happen to anyone. >> definitely would be concerned. you could be driving along, and if a bullet goes through your car, of course it's a concern. >> reporter: in pa noela, henry lee, fox 2 news. now we go back to our reporter, debora villalon, a man is trapped in a trench. he's been trapped for nearly 10 hours. again, debora is on the scene. debora, how is he doing? >> reporter: well fortunately
he's fine. he's talking. he's calm. his vital signs are stable. so that's the good news, because this has certainly been a real long drama and it's not over yet. take a look, we're up on a balcony and looking down on where this hayward man, 41-year- old has been buried since noon. he was part of a four person plumbing crew working on a broken sewer line. it appears the crew just didn't shore up the sides strong enough, and the sandy soil and clay collapsed on two of the men. one of them got out real quickly. esparza was buried deeper. the top of his head is about 8 feet down in the hole. when they tried to dig him out all afternoon, into the evening, the soft soil just keeps caving in. it takes hours for crews to build their own wall, and they're using a vacuum truck
while esparza simply waits. >> it was up to his chest when they started on this. they started to dig him down fairly quickly. which is part of way, in the upper area. they've got shoring now. so nothing is coming in on that area. >> the entire hole is about 15 feet deep. and we've been watching, as technical rescue firefighters are lowered, time and time again in their harnesses to check on esparza. constructing barriers on the side. they brought jacks down there, posts and plywood to try to make it safe for themselves. one foot which is still really stuck, i'm told, in really
thick clay. so again, he's doing well. he's calm and he's communicating. they've been checking his vital sign. he has not needed any pain medication. he doesn't appear to be injured. they have heaters up here at the top, and they're blowing warm air down so he doesn't get too cold. the concern is for tonight that the rain could come in, that could complicate this rescue even more. so they're really working now on safely getting esparza out. >> let's hope they get him out soon. still to come here, he disappeared as a young boy, and was never found. the cold case now being reopened 30 years later. our cosmetics line was a hit. the orders were rushing in. i could feel our deadlines racing towards us. we didn't need a loan. we needed short-term funding fast. building 18 homes in 4 ½ months?
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in iran, but they could be released by tomorrow. the sailors were in two boats one of which had a mechanical problem. nine men and one woman were aboard the command boats. the pentagon says the iranian government has admitted that the incident was a mistake and iran has assured the united states that the crew and the vessels will be returned safely, and promptly, possibly by tomorrow. the turkish government is blaming isis militants for an explosion in istanbul. most of the dead were tourists from germany. one victim was from peru. the bomber was a syrian man with ties to radical islamic
terrorists. hazmat teams were called to the jack london inn. firefighters found a man sprawled on the bed, and there were chemicals in the room as well. the man was taken to the hospital. part of the hotel was evacuated for a time. san francisco's board of supervisors is calling for a change, following the police shooting death of mario woods late last year. >> a resolution calling for an independent federal investigation of the shooting of mario woods. >> supervisors also offered an apology to wood's mother on behalf of the city. >> somebody please tell me why they're back at work. i don't get it. >> members of the african american community also stood
up and denounced the mayor and police chief. chief greg suhr has apologized, and the department has begun changing some of its procedures for tealing with armed suspects. now to oakland, where police are searching for the man who kidnapped, sexually assaulted, and robbed a woman over the weekend. christina rendon tells us whoever is responsible may have been involved in other violent crimes. >> reporter: she was walking around 1:30 sunday morning near 23rd and broadway. police say a man armed with a gun approached her from behind, forced her to a secluded spot, then robbed and sexually assaulted her. >> everyone likes to think this area has gotten a lot safer, but we're in a city. this happens in san francisco, this happens in new york, in brooklyn. >> what makes me sad is my kids are growing up. this is definitely the norm for
them. >> reporter: investigators are canvassing the area, looking for more images of the tall hooded man who they say wears a bandana to cover his face. >> reporter: robbery, and attempted sexual assault happened back in december on piedmont avenue, about a block from auto row. the two cases are very similar. >> approaches the victim from behind, forces the victim to an isolated location. >> reporter: checking in with owners like colleen orlando. making sure they are vigilant about their surroundings while investigators try to make an arrest. >> they're really sad, and unfortunate situation. i absolutely hope this person is caught.
>> reporter: in oakland, christina rendon, ktvu, fox 2 news. a plan to recall half a million volkswagens. coming up, why the car's proposal to fix hundreds of thousands of cars was met with rejection today. >> now we push forward. there's more weather systems coming our way as they move through the week, and into the weekend, i'll have the long range forecast, and let you know how much rain we can expect over the coming days. >> up next, the final word over a fight over soccer fields. a promise to the league that was hoping to keep the nfl away.
to a temporary injunction to stop the youth from using the park next to levi stadium. league members have been upset over alternative playing fields, and whether the nfl would repair any damage. today, the city said the twin creeks sports complex will be available for the displaced players, and the nfl will return to the park to its original condition no later than march 15. state regulators rejected a plan by volkswagen to recall almost half a million diesel powered cars. the german automaker had submitted proposals on how to fix the cars to the california air resources board, but today, the agency called the plan unacceptable because it failed to address how the repair would affect the engine's performance, emissions, and vehicle safety. retail chain cost plus is moving headquarters from oakland in jack london square to alameda. the company signed a lease for
100,000 square feet of office space. the cost plus building in oakland is slated to be replaced with a mid-rise 300 unit apartment complex. on wall street, a late day rally send the markets higher. the dow was up 117 points. nasdaq rose 47, ending a string of losses, and the s & p climbed 15. he disappeared more than 30 years ago as a young boy. up next, the cold case that's now been reopened, and is renewing hope that a mystery will finally be solved. ♪ just you and i ♪ ♪ grow old with me ♪ let us share what we see ♪ and oh the best it could be ♪ just you and i
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they're not really sure that's what happened. >> reporter: for the past 33 years, fremont police have classified the disappearance of daniel nailer as a runaway. now investigators are looking to see if something more sinister happened. >> right now it's considered suspicious. >> reporter: police even return today this home and began digging in the backyard, to the surprise of neighbors. >> they had cadaver dogs, and were digging up the cement that was laid. >> we still need more information. >> reporter: the teenager disappeared the evening of october 5, 1982. >> the story was that he was at home with his father and he got in an argument, and he left the house. >> reporter: a neighbor says she saw the boy earlier that day. >> he was on his bike. right as you come in on this road, and he was riding in
circles on his bike. >> did he seem happy? >> he didn't seem disturbed at all. >> reporter: danny's bike was found along the alameda county trail, but no sign of him. his clothes and possessions were gone, and that he left a goodbye note made of puzzle pieces. the case stalled. >> so who helped him? you think about a 14-year-old. it makes you wonder is a 14- year-old really capable of doing all of that on his or her own. >> reporter: a missing children website has released a photo of what daniel might look like now. neighbors hope flies get to -- police get to the bottom of it all. >> everyone wants to know. did he get killed or something, or is he still alive and enjoying his life? >> reporter: police are hoping reopening it will encourage anyone who knows anything about this case to come forward and help them solve what happened here so many years ago.
in freemont, rob roth, ktvu, fox 2 news. we're checking out some showers out there now. here we move into wednesday morning. late tonight, and early wednesday morning, we're going to see rain out there. we're already seeing scattered showers. a heavy rain starts around 3:00 a.m. or so, and it gets going pretty good. that's going to set us up with wet roads. the dynamics are just getting onshore. that moisture piling up against the coastal hills, and against the west slopes. when it's triggered, this gets in here. when this gets in, it's going to pop, and somewhere around 3, or 4:00 a.m., you're going to hear it. maybe 2:00 a.m. in the north bay. scattered showers outside right now. the winds are picking up as well. i've got reports of showers all over the place. here's how it looks up in the mountains. not a winter storm warning yet. but there will be tomorrow. they've got a winter weather advisory up there through wednesday night, maybe two feet of snow. but i'm sure they'll put up a
winter storm warning tomorrow early, or maybe even tomorrow. 6:00a.m., scattered showers in san jose. your morning commute pretty wet. in the afternoon, the sun comes out, maybe a few drops. temperatures warm up. then later in the day, we get a few more clouds, but not bad. the main event for tomorrow is all about early this morning, into the early morning commute, and then scattered showers until lunchtime. here's the model. 2:00a.m. that's when you hear the rain, and hear the wind. maybe an inch in your neighborhood if we're looky. a half inch for most of us. for 8:00 a.m., there's wet on the ground, and wet from the sky, but scattered showers. not wipers flying, but just kind of intermittent wipers, but pooled up water on the roadways. for the afternoon commute, you're good. thursday morning, some valley fog, thirst afternoon's commute looks wet. friday morning, thursday night, more scattered showers. friday morning, valley fog. as we head into your bay area saturday, we're looking for some showers to return.
so you get the idea. more of the same. but here's the deal. we're into big time rain at about 2:00 this morning to about 5:00 tomorrow morning. wet on the roads for your morning commute, and then again on thursday, more rain. >> with a little break in between. >> breaks, we're needing them. >> sports is next, we'll be right back with more on the oakland raiders, and how they're staying in oakland for at least another year. panccoffee and oj, baand a killer price. that's a win, win, win, win, win.
all right, mark's back with more on the big announcement that the raiders are staying put, at least for now. >> at least for now, and let the games begin. all those behind the scenes games. the chances of getting 32 owners to agree. the smell of money, big money. not to the liking of mark davis who seemed dismayed at today's outcome. up with that brings the rams from st. louis to los angeles, and gives the chargers the first option to join them. the man who many believe is the first to have proposed this solution to other owners is the cowboys owner. jerry jones has explained the deal. >> the ownership made the right
decision that left the options open for dean and left the options open for mark and oakland and left the options open for the nfl. >> lots of fans will be happy you're staying. >> where? >> in oakland. >> that pretty much says it all. meanwhile, the other team in the bay area, done in 49erville. it certainly looks like the 49ers are in semi-scramble mode. tom coughlin, a very capable coach. but the fact that he's going to be 70 years old by the time the season starts, and he hadn't led the new york giants into a playoff for the last four years, and he and eli manning and odell beckham and still
couldn't make it to the postseason. with hugh jackman out as a candidate. the interview extended back into the evening in new york. a couple of favorable events for the sharks. one, they played on the road, where they're much better. and two, they're 17-2 when they score first. in winnipeg tonight, you've got it, they scored first. jets power play. but chris tierne steals it mid- ice. 1-0. that's his first of the year. we're now tied 1-1. less than a minute left. the shot on goal. joe thornton put back. 2-1 lead for good for san jose, however in the 3rd, on a 5 on 3 power play, that's the way joe pavelski likes it. he will blast away. no stopping him.
4-1 final. third game in four nights on the road for the sharks, and they've won them all and on the road now, 15-6-2 away from the tank. that is the sporting life for a tuesday night. and man the raiders story that will never end. >> no, it keeps going and going. like the energizer bunny. >> you thought, definitely they're going to be here, that's it. then the raiders, it just goes on. but the owners are smart, they left all kinds of options available. >> and they finished it up today. >> let's hope they can build a new stadium in oakland. how great would that be to have a new stadium. >> wonderful. >> the coliseum has been there, done that. mark, thank you. thank you for joining us tonight. up next here, modern family. >> and join us tomorrow for mornings on 2. find us online. have a good night.
ing) if i could just have everybody's attention real quick. um, on this wonderful occasion-- our daughter leaving tomorrow for college... (mitchell) oh. if i could get everyone to raise their glass as i quote from one of our nation's great fathers-- jefferson. george jefferson. "i never dreamed that one of my own "would be going off to a university, "but here i stand, a proud black man, knowing that all those hours i put in at the dry cleaner--" - phil. - not now, weezie. - where was i? - quoting that president. okay, if she's the future of america, we should start using chinese money now. (scoffs) we already are. my arm is tired. to haley. - to haley! - (glasses clink) and before everyone puts their glasses down, uh, uh, we're also very proud of lily. tomorrow is her first day of kindergarten. - to lily. - (gloria) oh, lily. - (phil) to lily. - to lily. and you'll be impressed to know