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the chance to give back to the community. rebuilding together, picked a date in honor of 9/11. >> : the 49ers are hosting the la rams, for the teams home opener tonight. all things football with ktvu sports anchor, scott reiss and sports blogger. ktvu photo journalist chris paxton gives us a look at how fast the fire spread with a series of emotional 911 calls. how to make $3000 with stuff already in your home. we're talking to one of the most successful consignment sellers on ebay all over the world. oh, yeah. this might be a little optimistic, but hey, if you're a 49ers fan, you know the season is starting. good morning. this is a live look at levi stadium in santa clara. monday, september 12th, 2016.
and this is mornings on 2, the 9. i am sal castaneda, filling in for gasia mikaelian today. it's rose mare, and of course mike -- rosemary, and of course mike mibach. >> welcome back. a nice little win over the other wildcats across the golden gate. >> we're talking football today. we're going to be talking more about the big game. we're going to start off with politics, the democratic presidential nominee will not be making a scheduled trip to the bay area today. >> that's because of health concerns. hillary clinton nearly collapsed during an event in new york city yesterday. >> and her campaign has revealed she is recovering from pneumonia. ktvu's alex savidge joining us live in san francisco this morning where clinton was scheduled to be tonight. >> reporter: yeah, she was supposed to appear here later on tonight. she is skipping that visit to the bay area as she continues to recuperate. hillary clinton will miss out on high dollar fundraiser that is going to still go on as planned at the masonic in san
francisco. some donors have spent as much as $100,000 to get inside for the event. here's what happened yesterday. clinton nearly collapsed as she was leaving a 9/11 ceremony in new york. the campaign initially blamed the heat, and while it had been a hot week in new york, yesterday was quite comfortable in the city. clinton's campaign eventually revealed the candidate had been diagnosed with pneumonia days earlier and after she was forced to leave the 9/11 event, she went to her daughter's apartment nearby to rest up. >> are you feeling better. >> yes, thank you. very much. >> reporter: and there you see later in the day, clinton was seen walking around on her own. her doctor said that she is recovering nicely. clinton's health had become somewhat of an issue in weeks past after she had several coughing attacks as she was speaking out on the campaign trail. and according to an article posted by people magazine a short time ago, there have been several clinton staffers, at least a half dozen who have
fallen ill with pneumonia recently as well. so clinton for the time being, taking a break from campaigning. she will not make the trip here to california. and will not be in attendance for the fundraiser. we understand she will possibly appear remotely at this event tonight. >> alex savidge live in san francisco. thanks alex. we spoke this morning with ktvu's political analyst joe tuman about hillary clinton's health, and whether the campaign should have released details about the pneumonia earlier. >> most people don't talk about their health issues with other people. there's a natural inclination that you have to be reserved about this, and in the context of this political race. this isn't just a competition. it's blood sport, and any sign of we weakness that you show is an advantage for the opponent. >> donald trump said he will release the results of a physical exam later this week. >> and some are saying hillary clinton's campaign should have
been up front with her condition. others say as long as it doesn't affect the campaign, it's her own business. our question to you is the health of candidates an issue that should be discussed during the campaign. >> one gentleman wrote all issues should be addressed by all candidates including but not limited to health and tax returns. >> and not as much as their taxes or lack thereof. >> and in regard to should health be an issue that is discussed some responded simply yes! thank you very much for chiming in. we'll check more responses coming up at 9:30. again, reach usen twitter with the hash tag ktvu the 9. we are following developments into the investigation of a deadly crash of a small plane reportedly headed to the bay area from reno, nevada. the piper cherokee was headed for san carlos. it crashed around 6:15 last
night just after take off. all three people on board were killed. at least 15 vehicles were damaged. there is no word on what caused that crash. this morning, a federal investigator will be at the scene. moving now to another of today's big stories. of course the 49ers season home opener is tonight, and so far the team's new head coach is something of a mystery to the public and to the media. mark tamayo -- mark ibanez worked his sources to find out what he could about coach chip kelly. >> the bill walsh, the genius, george seaforth, underrated brilliance. steve mariachi. the motivator. mike singletary, mr. intensity. >> i want winners. >> jim harbaugh, high maintenance winner. jim tomsula, simply miscast.
chip kelly, who knows. it's difficult to get a sense of what does make the 49ers new coach tick. the team does not allow one on one interviews and his answers at press conferences are somewhat vague and evasive. for instance, after his highly successful college career, his transition to the nfl was a disaster. kelly was basically run out of philadelphia for reasons seemingly more related to his handling of players' issues off the field than his football accuments. when asked if he was doing anything different with the 49ers, he was glib. >> put a lot more screen on. >> reporter: since it's virtually possible to ask in anything other than a group scenario, he's known as an offensive innovator whose fast paced game plans met with mixed
success. a man who won the number one quarterback spot this summer is clearly on board with kelly's ideology. >> he's a tremendous play caller and the feel he has for games is something i have never been around. >> reporter: there's no question kelly brings a true coaching presence with hill. adroitly handling the colin kaepernick fire storm, and brushing off accusations about how he mishandled players in philadelphia. in his brief tenure with san francisco, kelly has reached out to the leaders of the team, and apparently made sure they know where he's coming from. >> we hear a lot of stories. in the sprung, when we got here, he gave me a call, and ever since then, the relationship has been fine. the past is the past. >> as far as coach kelly, he's a players coach. he takes good care of us, and you know, his energy level is there. so it's a trickle down effect. >> reporter: from all reports, kelly considers himself not only an innovator but the coach
who lives on the bleeding edge of technology when it comes to getting the most out of athletes he has coached. his progressive ideas have been well received. >> he is into the science of the sport. we have had a couple doctors come in, about how to take care of your body. that's how you perform at a high level. i mean into that. i like it. >> at this point, with the team unbeaten but a predictively rough season ahead, kelly has coasted without controversy through his first several months on the job. the only way to keep things calm, though, is winning. with a dearth of talent on the team that will not be easy. we'll have to wait and see in se a year from now what the question mark about chip kelly turns into. mark ibanez, for fox news sports. >> chip kelly on the block. tonight's game homecoming for quarterback jared goff, a high school stand out, and a record breaking college career at cal. he was the number one draft
pick but he won't even be in a rams uniform for tonight's game. goff says it's a spot he's not used to, and is looking at a long-term career in the nfl, and the transition is a learning process. >> there's definitely, you know, some learning involved, and taking mental reps behind there. i have enjoyed it, soaked it all in, and take each rep like it's my own, and master what i can do mentally. goff is expected to become the face of the franchise now that the rams have moved back to los angeles, his jersey is a big seller in southern california. goff says he expects to play against san francisco many times. so just watching this game will help him in later matchups. stay with us on the 9. at 9:30, sal and i and rosemary will be joined by scott reiss, and sports blogger, tracy sandler. 486 yards, marry cooper had --
mari cooper had a day. we have a ton to talk about with the raiders. >> maybe a little too exciting. >> more 9ers and the big app that failed yesterday, big news across the country: coming up, today marks one year since the deadly destructive valley fire. a look at the area now, and a series of emotional 911 calls as people realized how serious the situation had become. ♪
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destructive fire in california history. >> we are getting a better insight into the frightening moments right after the fire started. 911 calls captured the fear and devastation people felt as it moved closer. ktvu photo journalist chris paxton put together some of those calls. >> 911 emergency,. >> hey, we have a fire. >> stand by. >> in the backyard. >> 911, are you reporting the wildland fire. >> yes, there's one across from the street from us. >> can you tell me how big the fire is? >> right now it doesn't look too big. >> there's a fire here. should i leave. >> if you feel threatened, you can leave yes. >> and the fire is burning close to my house, and my wife is disabled and i have no vehicle, and i have to maybe try to get her out of here. the fire is right on top of us.
probably going to take the house. >> they don't have any food. >> my car is dead, and i would like to leave but i need assistance. >> how many people? >> like ten. there's like ten people up there. the fire is all around them. >> i live in middletown on west road, is there an evacuation order. >> yes, ma'am, you need to evacuate. >> all of middletown, hidden valley, and coppertown are being evacuated. grab your things and go. >> oh, crap. >> it's okay ma'am, i'm going to get you help. stay with us. >> fire is on our property. dale court, hidden valley lake. we have to get out of the house. >> we're trying to evacuate. my wife has fallen. we can hardly move. >> firefighters out here. >> what city are you in, sir? >> hidden valley lake. >> you need to evacuate, sir. >> evacuate. >> yes. all of hidden valley has been evacuated. you need to evacuate. >> okay. there's no firefighters out
here. >> sir, they're everywhere, the fire is huge, over 10,000 acres. they're doing the best they can. if you live in hidden valley, you need to evacuate. >> okay. well, my house burned down on cobb, and i'm stranded over here in lake port. i'm trying to find a place to go. i'm a little freaked out. >> my home was destroyed by fire, and i'm looking for information if we can get back into hidden valley right now. >> wow. >> very powerful to hear the story told through that. you know, it started with one call, hey, we have a fire. right now it doesn't look too big, and then to hear the husband and his voice talk about his wife being disabled and then you can hear the choppers in those phone calls as well. >> the call takers are getting more, you know, urgent sounding, too. >> right. >> i think that's the closest i have ever been to feeling like a victim when that woman said
the fire is on our property. and you can hear her talking to someone in the background. we have to go. that's pretty scary. >> i remember the winds picked up and wow, the fire really went fast. i remember talking with a guy who said he saw the fire from a distance, and he thought, well, okay they want us to evacuate, so we're going to start packing some stuff. he said i turned around and looked out the back door, and the fire was right behind us. they left with nothing. >> time to go. >> yeah, they had to. >> authorities say about 40% of the homes lost in the fire are going to be rebuilt. ktvu's ken wayne recently returned to the area and he says almost the charred hillsides and dead trees are signs of renewal. one man says he's just now moving back into his home in middletown. >> we go to the meetings and they would say one thing, and turn around and do another thing. the playing field is not level for everyone. it's agonizing and heartbreaking. there's not a night that goes
by that you don't think about it or you have to deal with it the next day. >> 50 percent of the people in cobb have gone, have either bought elsewhere. it's just such a horrible long process. >> some people say the cost of rebuilding is more than the homes are worth when they're finished. so for those who didn't have insurance, they simply cannot afford to rebuild. some have moved out of the lake county area, away from the fire zone. others have decided to leave the county all together. >> watch ken wayne's full story tonight on our 10:00 news. the coverage of the first anniversary of the valley fire continues all day long on air and online. >> firefighters are often forced to make difficult calls when battling a wildfire, including which homes can be saved and which ones need to be sacrificed. ktvu's pam cook is here with more on what she found out about the difficult decisions they have to make. >> it's very scary, and it was very eye opening. there are some things that homeowners can do to better their chance of saving their home if a wildfire is moving in
the direction. i went on a special ride along with fire crews in marin county as they explained the process. they told me that there are some factors that homeowners can control that greatly influence the decision. as we drove around, they pointed out specific examples. here's what is a great example of defensible space, and what that means, and here's what they called threatened but not defendable. they are driving along and if a wildfire is moving in your direction, they have to assess very quickly, and they will say we have to pass this house. this house, this house, and they told me some specific reasons of why. >> and i noticed that video they had all the trees around the house. that house they wouldn't defend. >> one of those houses, in that shot that you see there, and we have a lot of this in the bay area, in many areas where there are canyons and it has a lot to do with the terrain, the topography of the area, and
yes, if there are trees and brush going right up to your house, that is going to be a determining factor of whether or not because they can't risk. they said part of it is firefighter safety and they can't risk getting into a tough area, and trying to save a home that's not going to be defendable. they move to the homes that are easy to defend. >> and getting engines up there for structure protection. >> that's a very big important factor. we have that tonight on the 10:00 news. you'll see more about that and we'll talk about it tomorrow morning as well. comes up on mornings on 2 the 9 there's a new twist in the sex scandal that has rocked several bay area police departments, why the alameda county da says the case against several officers could be in danger of falling apart. and we are hearing from a bay area fire chief who helped with recovery efforts at ground 0 after the 9/11 attacks, the health issues he and others are dealing with 15 years later and the mission they were facing.
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. around the world, people marked the 15th anniversary of the september 11th terror attacks. this is the tribute in light at the 9/11 memorial museum in new york city. made up of 88 search lights in place of where the twin towers once stood. the lights shined brightly in the lower manhattan skyline. brian yenis has more on the memorials held yesterday for the nearly 3000 victims. >> thousands gathering at ground zero in new york city to remember the lives lost in the september 11th terror attacks, family members reading the names of the almost 3000 victims. governor andrew cuomo announcing new york state will be building a monument to 9/11 first responder, paying tribute to those who lost their lives as well as survivors who continued to suffer from health related issues. >> you will never be alone. especially the people we lost on 9/11, and the hundreds and
hundreds of people who helped on 9/11 and have gotten sick since. >> reporter: at the pentagon, president obama placing a wreath of white lilies in the memorial garden. 184 people died when american airlines flight 77 slammed into the building. >> we remember and we will never forget the nearly 3000 beautiful lives taken from us so cruelly. >> reporter: and at the flight 93 national memorial in shanksville, pennsylvania, the 40 passengers and crew members of the hijacked plane that crashed are honored with a reading of names and tolling of bells. >> remember, the lessons we learned as a community, as a country, as a world, we stand stronger together. >> reporter: smaller tributes were also held overseas. u.s. and nato forces marked the solemn day with a short ceremony at nato's headquarters in kabul. and just outside of jerusalem, a ceremony was held at the jnf 9/11 memorial. it's the only monument outside
of the u.s. that lists the names of the nearly 3000 victims lost in the attacks. homeland security secretary jeh johnson says the united states is now safer against 9/11 type terror attacks but that the nation must remain vigilant against the lone wolf style strikes. in new york, brian yenis fox news. some of the first responders say they will never forget their time there. many also have physical reminders of their time at ground zero. menlo park fire chief, and his rescue team were among those called to assist. as the team headed home, 70% complained of prolonged coffee, pneumonia, and serious rashes and now some are coping with long-term respiratory problems and cancer. chief chapelhelman said people have apologized for not warning of the dangers they were exposed to.
>> they didn't tell us the knowledge they had. it's water under the bridge, but that's still unacceptable to me. but i don't think it was the right decision for the people on the pile working there every day. it's the only event that we've ever gone from the minimum level of respiratory protection and added more later on in the event while we were there. and we all knew as soon as that happened something was dramatically wrong. >> he also said the original mission was to search for and recover victims in the rubble but that abruptly changed when they first arrived. >> they said to us we believe there's going to be other attacks and they're going to try and take out the responders down at ground zero, so we need you guys to be the first responders, not only to the city which at that time, they didn't have capability that was left, but in case something happened to the responders down at ground zero, we would be the
ones that would then go in and rescue the rescuers. >> fortunately that did not happen. they spent days recovering victims from the twin tower rubble. he says it's during the worst times that some of the best americans come out. a photo of the tennessee firefighter honoring the victims and first responders of september 11th has gone viral. this picture of jason harding was posted yesterday morning. he went to a gym, and asked if he could use a stair machine to climb 110 steps of stairs in honor of his fallen brothers and sisters of 9/11. a gym employee said the gesture moved her to tears, she took a photo, posted it on facebook. it has been shared more than 140 times since yesterday. coming up, now that the police department is operating under an emergency staffing planks what mayor sam licardo
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welcome back, everyone. there's baseball tonight in san francisco. the giants wrapped up a ten game road trip. what are you watching here. >> that's sweet. >> you flipping. >> back and forth, giants, raiders. the hunt for october. the giants and the 49ers play at the same time, right. >> we'll have more on that coming up. for more on some of the other head headlines our newsroom is working on, let's go to dave clark. >> here are some of the top stories we're following. if you live or work in oakland you're invited to share your opinions about the qualities the new police chief should have. city leaders have met with teenagers and asked them what qualities they want in a new
chief. the meeting is open to the public, at 6:00 p.m. at the north oakland senior center on martin luther king way. now, the city of oakland plans to hold several such meetings. they promised to have two citizens on the panel that select a new police chief. meantime, the alameda county district attorney says there's a stumbling block before she can charge 7 east bay law enforcement officers in a growing sex scandal. the officers are accused in the exploitation of a teenage girl who goes by the name celeste guap. but guap is in a florida jail after biting a police officer there. the da says she needs guap to be back here in the bay area in order to arrest and charge the officers or the case may fall apart. now, ms. guap claims she had sex with more than two dozen local police officers during the last two years including when she was under the age of 18. a new development in the case of friday night's freeway crash in san ramon that killed a 3-year-old boy.
the chp now says the driver of the suv that crashed into a stalled car on the interstate 680 is the wife of an alameda county sheriff's deputy, and she was arrested on charges of driving under the influence. the 3-year-old boy's mother was seriously hurt. his 11-year-old brother and 1- year-old sister were also hurt in that crash. happening today, the biological father of audrie pott will be holding a news conference calling for changes in california's parenting laws. now, audrie pott is the sarasota teenager who committed suicide after being sexually assaulted at a house party. her biological father, michael lazaren claims he was unfairly denied access to his daughter. he wants the laws change, including requirements that prove paternity. back in 2005, a judge ruled against granting parental rights to lazeren. he also tried to join a wrongful death lawsuit filed by
audrey's family against three teenage boys involved in the assault. he was excluded from the lawsuit. those are some of your morning headlines from our newsroom. mike and sal i'll send it back to you. we have been talking about the 49ers take on the la rams, first game of the regular season. yesterday, though, the raiders opened their season with a huge win against the new orleans saints. >> joining us in studio, ktvu sports anchor, what a brilliant call, right, going for two. >> absolutely. wouldn't have done it any other way. >> my decision analysis professor in college taught us one fundamentally important thing, a good outcome does not necessarily indicate a good addition and however he's smelling like roses, he's a joan use because it -- genius because it worked. you applaud the willingness to go for it on the road. he looked at overtime, and said
you know what, we have a better chance of the 2-point conversion than we do of an overtime game in hostile territory. let's talk about the game, did you see the defense was giving up a lot of yards. we see fundamental improvements in the team. they did come out and win and there's a nice run that we're looking at by a running back who has never run the ball before, but there are also some, you know, gaps in their defense. >> there was no fundamental improvement in the defense. i think that's clear. that doesn't mean they're not going to be better going forward, and i think they will. scene smith had -- sean smith got benched. the corner back. but that said, this team probably doesn't win this game on the road the last couple of years. maybe the last ten years. just the fact that they, and this was monumental for derek carr. coming up short, not quite there. he got him over the hump and that's huge. >> 14 penalties, though, for
141 yards. when i was playing football, that means we did 1400-yard sprints the day after the game. tracy, what was your take away. >> a couple years ago, they lose the game. a huge confidence boost to derek carr. it's a lot of new players on the defensive squad. they need time to gel, and i think there will be a lot of sprints this week. those a lot of penalties and you can't give those up. we talked about the 49ers. here a new season underway, chip kelly, what are you looking for as they host. >> improvement. >> so a win would be nice. >> a win would be great, but improvement on last season. i think that was the frustrating thing last year. they were bad and never got better. they will pull out a win. the teams are evenly matched. they will have trouble with todd gurley, and i give the 9ers the win tonight. >> scott i wanted to ask you about the 9ers adds well. if the team goes 6 -- as well.
if they go 6 and 10, that doesn't help them out. 2 and 19, they get a draft pick. are they going to win enough games to be ridiculous or should they be rebuilding. >> should they take the season from day one so they can get a draft pick. >> i don't think i can advocate that. >> people have been saying it's ridiculous. >> it's an up hill battle for the team. on the field, they're going to be looking across at more talented teams most weeks this season. it's a fact. what kind of effect will chip kelly have, we don't know yet. my concern heading in is it's this litany of off field issues. they say, and word from the locker room is the kaepernick anthem thing hasn't been a distraction. then anthony davis in contemplating retirement because he doesn't want to play tackle. that's not a good thing. we won't start, so you have a back up tackle, that's not a good match up. just in terms of tonight, i think the 9ers have got to play well. even they don't win the game,
they can't come out and lose 33- 10, because then people are going to start saying, wow, look at the off field stuff, they're discombobulated. >> is there any reason for 49ers fans to grab onto, and say yeah, predictions are not good, but they could surprise us. >> sure. because you've got a new coach with a new offense, and we have no idea how this is going to play out, and carlos hyde is a weapon. there are weapons on this team, i have a hard time envisionings a scenario where they -- envisioning a scenario where they shock the world, but can they win tonight, absolutely. >> it's about baby steps. >> do you think kaepernick is a distraction. he's not a starter. if he was starting the game maybe it would be more so. let's talk about the starter, blaine gabbert. >> he does need to. he needs to prove the haters wrong. check down, check down, he has to come out there, be
confident, he has to look for his receivers. he can't throw to vance mcdonald. he needs to be accurate, use his legs when he can. it's a big night for gabbert. >> does kaepernick kneeling, what are your thoughts on the silent protest. >> i don't think it plays a role on the field. in terms of the silent protest, i'm supportive of kaepernick. he's doing something peaceful to start a conversation and he's done it. he started a national conversation on issues that need to be addressed. i don't think it's a distraction on the field. >> how bad does blaine gabbert have to be before they decide to go to kaepernick. >> only chip kelly knows the answer to that. he would have to be pretty bad, i think, in order for them to make the switch early on. you don't want to abandon your starter after week one unless it's a train wreck. the other side, case keenum is not exactly tom brady, and the 49ers have a chance to win the
defense. they don't have to get five touchdown ats out of blaine gabbert to win. if the rams offense is terrible, they have a chance to win on that side of the ball, get the momentum. >> tracy you have a new web site,. >> fan girl sports girl.com. >> have a great season. >> if you're lucky enough to go to the game tonight. rosemary, chilly there at levi stadium. a little cool, breezy for sure. we are settling into the fall like pattern and it's not going to change for the start of the week where we are going to be breezy at times, and temperatures well below average. giving you a look here at the cloud cover, where we have mostly cloudy skies along the coastline. partly cloudy for the rest of us, into the north bay, partly to mostly cloudy, and mostly clear for the rest of us. on shore breeze blowing strong through fairfield, gusting to 31 miles per hour. continuing with the cool air
pumped all the way into the central valley this morning, and into the afternoon. temperatures right now, 56 degrees, san francisco, 57 in berkeley. low 60s in brentwood. we have mostly sunny skies. into the afternoon for today, expect that wind to continue. the on shore breeze in and around the bay, along the coast, 62 san francisco for today. 68 in hayward. low 70s in livermore. 75 in antioch. a look at the forecast for levi stadium this evening. game time 7:20, 63 degrees that northeasterly breeze could be to about 20 miles per hour. so yes, bring along the extra layers. maybe even a blanket. here's a look at the extended forecast. temperatures won't change a whole lot. as we get into tuesday. we will get into warmer weather, wednesday, thursday and friday and into the bay area weekend. 70s around the bay, and 60s at the coast. mike. thank you, rosemary. following some of the top stories out of san francisco, tara moriarty joining us live outside the bureau at the hall
of justice. tara, drifters accused of killing one person in golden gate park and another person in marin county. they're back in court right now. what's the latest on this case. we haven't mentioned it in a while. >> reporter: yeah, we haven't heard about this in a while, and today we know there's some sort of motion being filed. not sure exactly what that's about. we know that all three are appearing in court this morning. as we speak, we know that their attorneys, the attorney for lila alligood, morrison lampley and sean angold have argued for no cameras to be allowed in court. they think any media coverage could taint the jury pool, and they clients would receive a fair trial. they are all charged with murder, robbery, and related counts in the shooting death of audrey carey and steve carter. the body of carey was found last october in golden gate park. and two days later carter was killed walking his dog on a hiking trail outside fair fax. investigators say the homeless trio stole a gun from a car in
fisherman's wharf, and then they stole carter's car and drove to oregon where they were later caught. >> and tara, alex nieto shot and killed by san francisco police. some event tomorrow tied to him? >> reporter: yes, his friends and family are asking the city to create a permanent public memorial for him at vernal heights park where she -- he was shot and killed by police in 2012. we know a rally will take place on the front steps of city hall around 1:00 in the afternoon. a supervisors john avalos and campos will be there. he was killed while eating dinner on a park. he pointed a taser at them, which they believed was a red light. officers shot and killed him. the d a's office didn't press criminal charges against the four officers and all were cleared in a civil rights lawsuit which alleged wrongful death. back to you. >> thank you very much.
the san jose police department's temporary staffing plan which says the emergency provision is now in effect, as the department struggles to hire more officers. starting yesterday, nearly 50 investigators were assigned to street patrols. we spoke with sam liccardo. he says he understands why some residents may be concerned about safety. >> let's be clear, we have the lowest violent crime rate of any city in the country. i don't want people to be alarmed that somehow violence is amuck. we have a challenge like every big city does with crime and violence. our serious challenge today is making sure we can get officers out on the street. >> we also spoke with the mayor about san jose's new tough gun law proposal among others things that would require all gun owners to store guns inside a locked container at home or disable them with a trigger lock. he says the law is likely to pass when the city council votes in a couple weeks. the housing group and a tech giant come together to
help local homeowners. what dozens of facebook employees did right outside the office over the weekend. and finding extra money inside your home. we are live with one of the most successful consignment sellers on ebay in the world. it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it.
welcome back, most people at one time or another have thought about ways to bring in a few extra bucks. if you think of the unused items in your home, aren't worth thinking about, we should think again. >> linda lightman is is the ceo and founder of linda's stuff. >> she is the host of the show i can find $3000 in your home, a promise she is comfortable making the most. linda joins us live this
morning. linda,. >> good morning, $3000. are you sure that's not a little ambitious. >> yeah, sal, i'm going to come to san francisco and clean out yours and rosemary's closets and i'm going to find $3000 in your home, i swear. >> that sounds amazing. >> i look around my house, i see no hidden treasures. by the time i'm ready to give them up, nobody else is going to want them. i did see a little bit of your stuff, and you have like dvds and cds and allsorts of things that we might not even think about. >> think about it, rose mary, i started my business 16 years ago when ebay was a new phenomenon. i started selling video games, and 16 years later i'm in a hundred thousand square foot warehouse. >> what are the kind of things that most people have in their home that could bring money, maybe unused clothing?
i have some clothes i bought and they have the tags on them, stuff like that? >> it could be anything. let's think right now, the big buzz is the iphone 7, right. tech sells so well, your previous generation smart phones that yo no longer want, somebody else does. tech sells so well, so what's old to you in tech is new to somebody else, so the iphone 7, you want to get it, the way you're going to get it is through selling with me, selling on quick sale, which is a new program that ebay has, which is amazing. the iphone 6s is selling for $660, 128 gigabyte on ebay. that's the most money anywhere. that's your new phone right there. >> that's amazing. >> and ebay has 162 million buyers. active buyers on their sight all the time. >> look at your closet, look at tech. anything. >> yes, like you were saying. first thing we think about our clothes, we think about
electronics, and like i said, i was kind of surprised but wow, that makes sense. my old dvds i no longer want to view. my cds i no longer want to listen to. what are some of the surprises that might be in the home worth selling. >> when you're going to sell those cds and dvds, a great way to sell them is to bundle them together. one may not sell. if you bundle 3 together or 100 together, you're going to make lot of money. >> what's one of the biggest mistakes that people make when they're trying to sell to ebay or not mistakes, let's say i've never sold to ebay, how do i get started, first of all, i don't have a rating. people may not buy for me. >> so, sal, that's a great point. i think ebay has never made it easier, right. everyone has a smart phone, take a picture on your phone. a picture tells a thousand words. make sure you get the angles and if you take a good picture and priced it right, even if you have no ratings, you're
going to sell your items, so take a great picture. look to see what other people are pricing the item for, and once the item sells and rosemary, and sal, guarantee if you take a good picture and price it right. it's going to sell. be prepared to ship it for the cheapest way possible if not free. >> thank you for joining us, and now i'm motivated to try and find some money at my house. thank you, linda. >> thanks linda. the san francisco giants are back home to host the san diego padres after a sweep in the arizona diamondbacks. denard span got the giants off on the right foot yesterday. had a lead off home run on the second pitch of the game. giants starter, matt moore held the d'backs over 7 innings, struck out 11 batters, matching a career high. hunter pence, what a series, 8 for 11, including a two-run double to right in the 7th. that extended the giants lead. they went onto win 5-3. the
giants 3 games back of the dodgers in the west. the oakland a's were beat by the seattle mariners 3-2. raul el cantarro, a 2-run homer in the second inning and came back to tie the game in the bottom of the inning, bases loaded, and a sack fly. mariners took the lead, 3 2 to sweep the series. a's are headed out on the road for a four game series against the kansas city royals. oakland a's released billy butler, who signed a 3 year, $30 million deal. the a's are still on the hook for more than $11 million left on that deal. last month, butler was involved in a clubhouse altercation with danny valencia. the team said that had no bearing on his release. sources say valencia is likely to be let go before the end of the season thanks mike. coming up on mornings on 2, the new miss america is campground.
exercise uses real life scenarios, the event began on friday, and participants were met by protesters at the alameda county fairgrounds. they say the training militarizes police officers. about 2 dozen protesters were arrested. a nonprofit housing group, and volunteers from facebook gave three menlo park homeowners much needed help. the organization rebuilding together peninsula, brought 50 facebook employees to the bell haven neighborhood. they spent all day painting and doing yard work. they didn't stop at cosmetic fixes. >> we're going to do some safety improvements in the home, adding some grab bars, some handrails, some fencing work, so just general work around the house. >> volunteers say they enjoy the chance to give back to the community, rebuilding together, picked the date in honor of the 9/11 day of service and remembrance. oakland hands the gay parade festival over the
weekend, yesterday morning. there was also entertainment with performances by singers debra cox and lisa lee. this was the 7th anniversary of oakland pride. >> oakland has the largest concentration of same sex families in any city in america. this is a city that welcomes any kind of family, and therology having fun together -- and they are all having fun together in the family pride section. a new miss america has been campground. >> miss arkansas. s. savvy shields. >> the 21-year-old student from the university of arkansas beat out 51 other contestants last night in atlantic city. miss california, jessica carmack, a bay area native was a top 15 finalist but didn't make it into the top five. after her run as miss america,
shields plans to return to college to finish her degree in art. 49ers, rams, kick offset for 7:20. i was looking at one of the online ticket sites, ranging from $48 and up. a lot of fun perks planned for fans at levi. the team's official drum line, 9er noise will perform, and if the 49ers game 300 license of offensive, two lucky fans win a weekend get away to black oak casino resort, and gift cards in celebration of the 50 anniversary. i thought they were going to say $50. levis will surprise fans wearing levis gear to the 49ers gears for the entire season. and 49ers wince equals 49 -- wins equals 49% off regular priced pizza orders. use the code 49ers. >> that's a good deal. before we go, 237 is going
to be a motion. the parking lot opens at -- mess. the parking lot opens at 3:50. if you're driving through it's going to be a mess until about 7:45. that's your opportunity, and after the game it's going to get crowded again. use public transit if you're going to the game. we're expecting a big crowd. >> full and breezy. 3100 tickets available. you can make the crowd bigger. >> or stay at home and watch the giants game. it is the hunt for red october. >> see ya. i need to let her know that i like this! i like, like, like, like... i haven't seen a movie based on a comic book in so long. i know. we're over here internet people! get high speed internet from at&t. with over 99% reliability. at an everyday price with no extra monthly fees. keep calm, you internet's on.
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