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motion passes. >> 2 investigates began looking into this more than a year ago after mario martinez died in the jail. they failed 600 lawsuits nationwide and our investigation revealed a series of questionable medical decisions and gaps in oversight from the sheriff itself, martinez's mother filed her own lawsuit against the company and the county. >> you're a healthcare provider and supposed to be providing healthcare, that's what you do. if you can't do that, you're in the wrong business. >> this comes a year after the almeida county settled an $8.3 million lawsuit for the death of another inmate. the largest of its kind in the history. >> yes, you're incarcerated but that does not mean you go to jail and die in there. >> for martinez, another
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private company taking over isn't the complete answer. 2 investigates learned that the new contract torrs, cfmg has also had an extensive legal history, faced more than 80 program case ins california in the last -- federal case ins california in the last decade and asystole ground jury slammed the county for having twice the number of deaths for what the federal government should be statistically likely. cfmgo defended his company's track record. >> in any healthcare environment, there's bad outcomes. it is the case. we work very hard to make sure that we do everything we can to avoid mistakes, and sometimes people do make mistakes. when they do, we try to learn from those mistakes. >> the new cfmg contract includes some assurances about the performance, language that wasn't in the corizon agreement
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including steep penalties for failing a court order and leaving nurses stations unfilled. problems that were a nightmare earlier this year. >> devastating. there was no plan. there was no plan. how do we get the work done? >> cfmg is hiring nearly all of coizone's nursing staff and adding additional 50 positions. the nurses union is optimistic act this change in contractor and an overhaul in management can't come soon enough. >> there's a so he thinks of too little. >> little late. this has been a long time coming and it's now happening. >> cfmg says it's transition team will get to work right away and take over all operations coming umm so not long at all. >> and also talked to tanti martinez and still not satisfy welcome west division this change of providers why not? >> it's a bit of victory because they got rid of corizon
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but not satisfied because it's another private provider and wanted the county to take it back so it's a public hospital so they can investigate them if there's a problem and these private companies the problems stop at the front door. >> if you have a problem, e- mail 2 investigates at or give us all call at the number listed. more records set on wall street today after the labor department reported unexpectedly strong job growth last month. they added 250,000 jobs last month. it reveusessed the -- revised the june unemployment numbers. unemployment remains low at 2.9 percent and hourly raises up from an hour ago. >> what matters is the economy is on the up friend and earnings tracing at a v shaped recovery and that stops
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continue to be the more attractive investment class out there and i think if we continue with that trend, we probably should have a pretty good second half. >> the dow gained 191 points and both the nasdaq and s and p gained 18 points. mike pence endorsed paul ryan. >> in sure shared mission to make america great again, i support and endorse our speaker of the house paul ryan. >> ryan did not attend the campaign event in his home state of wisconsin went to unify the party. republicans leaders have been pushing trump to mend relationships with party leaders after a series of
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missteps on the campaign trail. >> democrat hillary clinton spent the day in washington where chenaised new questions about her use of a personal -- she faced new questions about her a use of personal e-mails while secretary of state. >> i think we're ready to take a few questions. >> it's been eight months and one day since hillary clinton has held a press conference. today she finally took questions for reporters who belong to the national associations of black and hispanic journalists. she was asked to explain what she meant when she said that fbi director said she was truthful in talking act her e- mail server. >> director comby had said that my answers in my fbi interview were truthful. that's really the bottom line here. what i told the fbi, which he said was truthful is consistent with what i've said publicly. i may have short circuited and for that i will try to qualify.
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chris wallace and i were probably talking past each other. >> here is what comby said. >> secretary clinton said that was nothing claystied was that true? >> that's not true. there were small marckings on the documents. >> a classify document has a big heading on the top, which makes very clear what the classification is. in questioning, director comby made the point that the three e- mails out of the 30,000 did not have the appropriate markings. it was therefore reasonable to conclude that anyone, including myself, would have not suspected that they were classified. >> here's what comby said on july are 5. >> from the group of 30,000 e-
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mails returned to the state department in 2014, 110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information at the time they were sent or received. >> in washington, jennifer griffin, fox news. coming up, another controversial police shooting caught on camera. the dramatic video of the deadly confrontation. >> after he was shot, she was placed in handcuffs. and sat there for a long time, dying. >> plus, behind the scenes, the new exhibit at abe area museum -- a bay area museum giving life at hollywood director stanley.
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♪ ♪keep on the sunny side ♪always on the sunny side ♪keep on the sunny side of life♪
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♪keep on the sunny side ♪always on the sunny side ♪keep on the sunny side of life♪ video showed chicago police officers firing their guns at a teen driving a stolen car. moments later the teen was killed by officers. body camera footage from last week show two offers firing at a car driven by 18 year-old paul o'neal. the car blows past a stop sign and crashes into a police cruiser. it does not show a third officer shooting owe kneel in the -- o'neal in the back as he
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ran away from the scene. the footage picks up as they handcuff o'neal laying face drown and bleeding. his -- down and bleeding. his older sister broke down as speaking act her brother. >> i want everybody to know that paul had goals -- >> after he was shot he was placed in handcuffs and sat there for a long time, dying. that was very shocking to me. >> more than one officer claimed that o'neal had fired shots at them but no gun was recovered and o'neal was not armed when he was shot. the officer who shot o'neal was wearing a body camera but it was apparently not reported. they're investigating if that camera may have malfunctioned. bay area montgomery áf áf áf áf visitor levers getting a
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-- movie levers is getting a chance -- lovers are get ago chance to go behind the scenes. continues through his crowned breaking gush ground breaking films. scripts, costumes, and models from films in 2001, doctor strange love, and a clock work orange. the ax that jack nicholson used to terrify jackie in the shining. >> there were wonderful interviews for people who knew him and a chance for everybody to explore the great art of film making that stanley cooper stood for. >> the exhibit at the museum runs through the end of october. a memorial for veterans in the east bay is targeted by strandism. >> it's no way to represent our nation. >> the efforts to find out
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who's behind the van hallism. we got your weather here. which day will be the warmest and when that fog will burn off for your saturday and sunday.
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bricks with the names of veterans ripped off the wall of this veteran's memorial. livermore police are trying to figure out who did it and why. >> rob spoke with the families and the emotional toll this is taking and what they're trying to do to repair the damage. >>reporter: the monument is
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called remember our heros, hundreds of names of livermore military veterans are etched into individual bricks in front of the memorial building but some names knocked off the wall, police suspect vandalism. people are angry and hurt. >> it's hard to keep from tearing up. >>reporter: vigil saw the damage last week. >> we spent so much time building this thing for the community and making it nice for the veterans and the families with veterans in their families. >>reporter: in a strange twist, the fallen bricks were stacked against the wall. who removed them how and why are mysteries police haven't yet solved. one of the 19 broken and fallen bricks bears the names of fallen army sergeant jim
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foreman. >> hopefully this will bring people together and can't imagine why wow would do something like this. >> this woman came to see if the brick of her late husband, a vietnam veteran is still in tact. it is. >> i feel really sad. i know a lot of the people that are here. >>reporter: the memorial was built about three years ago by the livermore post of the veterans of foreign war. the vfw said the damage is at least a thousand dollars and the bricks will be replaced but not the money that's at issue. >> we built this wall to honor our hero ands to a lot of us, that's what it is. it's the people that served to protect our country. >> it's horrible. no way to represent our nation. >> the vfw says it'll take about six weeks to repair the damage and looking into getting
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security cameras. ? livermore, fox 2 news. the weekend is here, the weather is pretty much staying on the chill side. seeing temperatures warmer than yesterday. temperatures plummeted coming down 15-18 degrees in some places. today is warm a bit. the inland spots are mid 80s. lot of fog along the coast. more drizzle tomorrow morning. saw that this morning. a lot of drizzle along the coast. you've got a lot of push of fog already at this time. so check that out by san pablo and the fog is pushing in across out in the districts, mission districts of san francisco, edge mother, south san francisco and pacifica so tons of fog. we got a lot of places waking up tomorrow morning and that will start us off with a cooler temperature for your day on saturday. 77 in fairfield, 77 in concord,
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77 or 76 right now. it's cool, i'd expect 80 in the inland valleys right now. there's the fog. the marine layer is deep up around the coastal hills. because it's up over the coastal hills, it is having free access to santa rosa and napa. you'll see the cooling effects of the fog. it's a firefighter's dream in august. got to love this pattern. see warnings and air quality advisories. you're gonna see below average temperatures in the five someday. saturday and sunday, a lot like today. if you can replay today in your head how you do your day tomorrow, there's a point of a drizzle in the morning, if you're going out to outside lands, know it's jacket time. meantime, 1:00 p.m., 62 or 63 but as soon as the sun gets low, fog comes back and gets chilly. the warmup begins -- or
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gettings warmer next week. nothing devastating or -- if you remember the last week, 102- 103. cooler ahead. firefighters are happy about this pattern. >> all right. >> sounds good. >> thank you. >> thank you, bill. stay with us. sports is coming up next. ♪ ♪keep on the sunny side ♪always on the sunny side ♪keep on the sunny side of life♪
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♪keep on the sunny side ♪always on the sunny side ♪keep on the sunny side of life♪
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a lot of people hoping that one win would turn into a streak, but it didn't. >> yeah, a mini streak is what it was. the giants win yesterday and philadelphia go to washington tonight, the nation's capital and looked like they were kind of in a daze. not a lot of emotion. the game just wrapped up in washington dc, and i would say, it was a friday night back there. lots of adult beverages on hand but mott happy hour for -- not happy hour for the san francisco giants when it came to offense or defense, crawford to play and gets the ground ball and a couple of man on that looked like it could have been a man out. next batter, daniell murphy. why did the mets get rid of this guy? probably the mvp in the national league if he keeps
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hitting like this. gio gone sol ez, excellent on the monday. -- gonzalez. jeff and get this guy back together. he doesn't have it of late. trade turner gone. seven innings, gave up six hits and five runs. the giants are losers 5-1 and the record has dipped to 9-8. gio was excellent and gave up only two hits over seven ignition for the victory for the -- innings for the victory of the nationals. talk football. great week back in con ton, ohio. -- canton, ohio. let's talk raider football. let's talk the legend that is kenny stabler. that's fred giving the flak to kenny -- plaque to kenny
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stabler's grandson, justin. the stabler family was on hand. the raider star passed away last july. it was well overdue. loved by everyone, guys that he played with, so cool under pressure and led the raiders to a super bowl and so many come from behind victory ands well known to one long time in fact, lifelong raider fan, jack del rio who grew up in the east bay. he has great memories. >> watching him and coach madden on the sideline, they were so cool and calm and selected. they would talk things through on the sideline and just the two of them. it's like everybody huddles around thousand and it was just -- now and it was just those two guys and talk things out and make a come back. it was a special deal to see
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those things. >> all right. equal time as always. you spend too much time on the raiders, 49er fans get mad at you. talk 49er football. they're at camp and an interesting one it is that the first exhibition came is coming up quickly on us. gives the texans and quarterback competition. colin kaepernick has been looking good but lovey dovey with the media. >> he's looking good. he has a lot of similar styles like i had in college. i know what an offense is capable of especially with the talents i have and i feel at home out there and i'm excited. >> it's nice to see that.
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his attitude seems different, more energy when he speaks and he well could get that number one quarterback job back. hey, we got a fight to talk act. at the oracles tomorrow night. alexander brand on your right and oakland's own, andre ward, 29-0. warming up for his big november night down in vegas. it should be a one sided event tomorrow. it's a hometown kid. andre ward winning tomorrow night. i predict a knockout. >> cheering on the hometown guy. all right. thank you. our coverage continues now on ktvu plus. >> hey, guys, a controversial photo if the police newsletter. dozens of other issues and the almeida county jail dropped its healthcare company.
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