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strong winds, damage across the bay area and what's still ahead. and the construction under way right now. you'll need to know about it if you're heading over the golden gate bridge. abc news at 11:00 starts right now. >> a touching and emotional reaction tonight as michal sam becomes the first openly gay man to be drafted into the nfl. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm ama daetz. the st. louis rams selected michael sam in the seventh round of the draft. news reporterébbgt nick smyth ie in the newsroom with more reaction. >> publicly most people in and related to the nfl have been supportive of sam. a few wondered whether teams would be reluctant to draft him because of the attention that
would come with it. today, those questions were answered loud and clear. 6'2", 255 pound sam was considered a mid to late round pick. today questions about whether or not he would make the cut were answered on the third and final day. >> the st. louis rams select michael sam, defensive end, missouri. >> the st. louis rams are the team right down the road from where sam played college ball at the university of missouri and where he came out to his team and coaches before his final college season and he earned sec defensive player of the year. >> yes, sir. thank you. >> the tears started as soon as sam got off the phone. he gave his boyfriend a big kiss and a long hug. many see sam's entry into the nfl as a huge step toward the integration of gay men into professional sports. jason collins who is also came out publicly as gay spoke before
his playoff game. >> it's a great day for the nfl and for michael and his family. >> football fans in san francisco's castro district believe this moment is longhrlá overdue. >> the lastyer we have to break so everybody can be like i am myself and love it. >> this is remarkable to me. i never thought i'd see this. i cried when he got drafted. >> rams coach jeff fischer said the only thing that matters to him and his team is his ability as a player. >> that's a player with ability you can't pass up. >> the challenges for sam aren't over. many analysts believe the passion with which he plays the game may not be enough to overcome his size which system consider to be small as a defensive end in the nfl. >> nick, thank you so much. there was a chain reaction crash in san francisco's mission district this the morning. the driver of this ultima drove
into i an construction zone near folsom on 23rd street taking out a port-a-potty. the contents flowed down street creating a smelly health hazard in the neighborhood. three parked cars were also hit. >> we just fixed this car a month ago. that's the killer part about it. you know what i mean? mother's day is coming up tomorrow and this is how we'll celebrate it? >> the driver was cited for not having a license or insurance and could face charges. san francisco police want to find the person hop drove away after hitting a man near city hall just before 8:00 and golden gate and van ness avenue. the victim was crossing against a red light and is expected to survive. a fund-raiser was launched today for the family of a man killed this week in san jose. the ones organizings the fund-raiser are the very ones looking for the victim's killer. we are live from where with the
crime took place earlier this week. >> ama, he was driving down center road in this direction on tuesday with his wife and that's when he was cut off when he got out of his car to confront the people involved, police say they shot him. fuk lamb's family is heart broken losing the 37-year-old father of two has been deb stat)f.ta i spoke with his wife with the help of an interpreter. >> she's not angry, just sad that this happened to her and taking away her husband and taking away the father of her child. >> lamb was shot tuesday after an apparent case of road rage. the passenger in the suspect's car shot lamb who died at the hospital. lamb worked 17 hours a day, sen days a week as a bus driver so his wife could stay home and take care of their two young sons. their oldest son has severe autism. >> when you see this.
>> officer juan nguyen has two kids of his own. he knew he had to help. so he launched this online fund raising had campaign. in less than 24 hours,qqçu he' raised more than $10,000. >> they're not living in, you know, a luxury housing or anything like that. especially the special needs for the 7-year-old especially him, he's a constant care. >> these days all that fills this house is sorrow. may is it ip cl i a month of celebrations. there's now a new plan for mother's day. >> we will gather around here at night and eating dinner with mother's day with him. >> his funeral takes place may 16th. it would have been his 38th birthday. lis sar amin gue leezian. >> strong winds blew across contract area today. you can see how gusty it was in
san francisco. the highway was shut down this amp because of sand blowing across the road. the wind caused scary moments a few miles away at harding park golf course. a free branch felt on to a miniv minivan. everyone escaped unharmed. and an entire free felt on east 17th street in oakland. it knocked out a power line near the san antonio recreation center. crews are working to restore power. abc7 news meteorologist francis dinglasan is here with a first check on weather. >> good evening, everyone. clear skies right now. live doppler 7 hd showing us sweeping around the bay area. but there was a pretty strong sea breeze this afternoon, and that brought temperatures cooler than average. here's a beautiful view of those clear skies over san francisco and the bay. and in most locations, we were below average with the exception of oakland. the average is 67.
today's high was 70. so we were 3 degrees above average. in many locations we were below average although tomorrow is the beginning of a warmup trend. i'll let you know where some areas will be 20 degrees above normal next week. ana? >> thank you so much. severe weather is tearing across the midwest tonight. a tornado touched down in missouri causing widespread damage. so far, there are no reports of injuries. here's abc news reporter michael barr. >> tornados tore through the midwest on saturday twisting their way through alabama, kansas and in missouri,.xl5ñ lie one you see here in missouri city. one of the twisters struck the town of oregon, missouri, in northwest kansas city. knbc photojournalist dan pa trelly is in the town of about 800 people. át it took a pretty good hit. some of the roof is orrin torn off it. >> damage is widespread. >> both roads here are blocked with tons of trees and debris.
all the residents tell me it's been quite an ordeal. >> jim cunningham surveyed the damage. >> there was a couple of wood frame buildings that be got toppled over, some old brick facades. >> the region's residents are bracing for more severe weather on sunday, a new system likely to spark severe storms from central kansas up to central iowa. >> there could be a tornado outbreak in the red zone and the orange areas, large hale and ns likely. >> michael barr, abc news, new york. >> divers scoured parts of fell some lake in sacramento county for three people on a boat that capsized. the three were thrown into the water just after 1:00. teams spent hours searching but were unsuccessful. new at 18:00, a police chase ended with a crash along a freeway in the east bay about an freeway in the efx on 880 near a
boulevard. the alameda county sheriff's office says the driver refuseded to stop after deputies tried to stop the car for speeding. two people tried to run away. another managed to escape. two guns inside the car. two men are in police custody after a. 7-eleven in san leandro on fairmont drive. fairmont drive. police say an0s suspect when he reached into his waistband. the second took off in a car but was caught when he crashed in hayward. nurses, workers and patients at doctors medical center in san pablo held a meeting together today to put together a plan to help the hospital from the closing its doors. they will ask for help from the contracost at that time board of sfrfrs. they say the closure will have devastating effects on its patients. >> a lot of poor people do not have the transportation. so they just stick around.
unfortunately, life will be lost. >> voters this week rejected a partialtach measure to fund the hospital. doctors is currently losing more than 1 maryland a month. bay area residents turned out in force today to save the life of a 7-year-old boy battling leukemia. baylor fredrickson's fight is challenging because he is multiethnic. his parents are japanese and germen. so far a nationwide search for a bone marrow match has come up empty. today people from all around the area went to a drive to see if they were a match. >> everybody should come out and be a part of the program just because you never know. you never know what's going to happen down the road. you never know -- yeah. we never expected this to happen to us. baylor endured chemotherapy two years ago they thought eradicated the leukemia, but it returned and now a transplant is the only option. still to come on abc 7 news
at 11:00, protests across the world today. now international help is on the way in the frantic search for hundreds of kidnapped nigerian girls. plus, he was taken out of the school lunch line and his food thrown away. wait till you hear what his mother did when she found out it was all about a few bucks into thanks, mom. >> thanks, mom. >> thanks, mom. >> thanks, mom. and giving thanks to mom. the unusual things these kids are thankful for when
i look, ia and a congress standing in the country ready way.ove forward... their budgets are late; jobs bills are stalled... and special interests run rampant. as an economics teacher at stanford, i know education means good jobs. so here's my plan: i'd start teaching computer coding in public schools right away. open doors for women in science and technology. and prepare young people for middle class manufacturing jobs. i'm ro khanna and i approve this message, because change starts with us.
taking a live look outside, construction is under way right now on the new temporary approach to the golden gate bridge. there will be single lane closures on highways 1 and 101 throughout the night. starting at 1:00 a.m., the ramp from 1 to 101 will be closed so traffic can be shifted to a new pattern in place for about a month. new details emerging about that tiny chihuahuas are cued yesterday from the median of a freeway. the dog is now in the custody of the contracosta county animal care shelter in martinez. patrol officers found her on interstate 68 on a walnut correct yesterday.
alex edmonds says he tried everything to keep the pooch from running into traffic even using trail mix to calm it down. >> to try to keep it calm so it won the run from us and be afraid of us, which is why i went to food to see if i could get him on my side. >>.;# edmonds and a fellow offi stayed with the dog till animal control arrived. the chihuahua is shaking but otherwise in good health. >> animals being rescued in situations such as this, they garner a lot of attention. they garner i. >> caller: them overnight celebrity status. this animal is certainly a celebrity at this point. >> they're waiting to see if the dog's owner comes forward before they put her up for adoption. they don't know onto the median. one of oracle team usa's sailing catamarans that helped
defend the americas cup last year has a new home. a helicopter airlifted the yacht from peer 80 in san francisco into a pond at oracle headquarters in redwood shores. this is video provided to us by a viewer showing the airlift in progress. by this evening, the yacht was moored to its new home on the campus. team usa won the last eight races to beat eat team new zealand during last year's races. >> a michigan mother took a stand after she says her son was humiliated in the lunch line in high school. dom make gant said he was humiliated when school officials said he owed money on the account. his mom said all kids should get lunch no matter what and went to the school and paid the outstanding balances of every student. >> it was really embarrassing, especially in front of the whole lunchroom.
>> i realized i don't have to do that, but i don't want another kid going through what my son went through. >> the total to pay off all the students' outstanding balances, that was just under $100. the principal later said they do their best to let parents know about the balance on their kids' accounts. and added dominic shouldn't have been sent home hungry. tomorrow mothers around the world will be honored by their children. we thought we would get a head start. >> thanks, mom. >> thanks mom. >> thanks mom. >> pretending to have a stomach flu to get a few moments alone in the bathroom. >> for telling me to clean my room even though your room looks like a garbage dump. >> you tell me like disneyland was closed this year. >> the tv's broken. >> the tv breaks sometimes, right? the video was posted on youtube this week. johanna stein is known for her mom humor. i think it's time to turn to
weather. abc7 news meteorologist francis has the latest. >> it is clear and starting to cool down outside. i definitely used the tv's broken excuse with my kids. i'm glad i'm not the only one. here's a live look out towards the beautiful light show on the bay bridge. breezy today. the winds are starting to die down and currently in the 50s. 54 in san francisco. 59 in oakland. 56 in redwood city and 50 in half moon bay. this time we're looking from the east bay towards the bay bridge and san francisco looking out west. it's also 56 in santa row an. 50 in napa. 49 in novato. so here's another live shot from emeryville. again out towards the bay. and here's what you need to know. it's going to be clear and cool overnight. the temperatures will be warmer for mother's day. and then get ready.
a heat wave in store for us next week. i'll show you the timing of that, as well. here's the radar sat height image, what's going on. we're in between an area of high and low pressure. we saw a strongtsq sea breeze kept the temperatures a little bit cooler than normal in many locations. now, for tomorrow, the winds will shift. we'll start to see a little bit of an offshore s:?ñflow. winds from the north not as strong as today. still about 29 miles per hour. today we saw gusts up to 40 miles per hour. so with the offshore winds and a whammer drier air mass, we're going to creep up quite a bit tomorrow. that's the beginning of our warmup. lows with the clear skies on the cool side. upper 40s to low 50s. look for 47 in santa rosa, 50 in richmond, 51 in san francisco and oaklandon 50 in san jose. now, check out the numbers for tomorrow. we're going to really bump them up. we're going to ceelo 80s instead in the inland areas instead of low 70s we saw today. look for 82 in concord and
antioch. we'll see 70s around the bay. 71 even in san francisco. above average. 76 in oakland and 78 in san jose. now, i want to show you the temperature trend for the week ahead using san jose as an example. the average high is 75. tomorrow we'll be above average. then we heat up midweek. the warmest day when the heat peaks will be wednesday when we could possibly break some records. we're talking upper 90s in san jose. we drop down closer to average by next weekend. here's why. we have this area of high pressure. this is going to build and move over the bay area, peaking wins bringing us the warmest temperatures then. our 11 seven-day forecast reflects that trend. it's going to be warm inland. 98 wednesday. lots of sunshine. tomorrow's a start, even around the bay, it may be close to 90. along the coast, upper 70s. it's going to be warm this week.
next batter josh donaldson gets the hit. low rit is waved home. throws cut off. lowrie scores, ties up the game. bottom ten, one man on. jaso again, rips it all the way to the wall. outfielder mcleod can't get a glove on it. nick punto scores the game winner. a walk off winner gets you a pie facial. 4-3 your final. giants two-game win streak against the dodgers is over. dusty baker in the house on old timers day. top two, hunter pence. brandon done crawford scoring. giants go up 1-0. same inning, buster posey slaps one to right field. dodgers, puig managed to keep posey from reaching extra bases. brandon hicks scores. 2-0 g-men. dodgers down 2-0. adrian gonzales grounds into a
double play. knocks in d. gordon. puigag%wq scores, gordon again in the seventh. a dagger. dodgers first lead of the day. a blast off of jean machi. the dodgersm1z go on to win it2 your final. we'll take a brief time-out before we hit the hard woo where the nets finally take a game from the heat. details of the nebraska playoff
looked like miami was going to run away from brooklyn in the playoffs. that's where 4-0 against the heat in the regular season and home was all they needed. best of seven, lose 94%ãof the time. joe johnson led the nets with 12 in the first half. nets up two at the break. 4 of 7 beyond the arc. 12 points.
actor jake guillen haul an wonders who is this guy. victory trail 2-1 in the series. portland down 0-2. spurs drew first blood. tony parker, tim duncan. too easy. once again, at the speedy parker, had he 29 points. spurs led the entire game. up three-zip in the series. portland would be a tougher opponent. players championship. the best field in golf this week. the fimed 17 at the tpc stadium course. stuart sink second on the par 4 7th. one bounce and in for eagle. he's six back. from the rough on 9. this rolls in for an eagle. they're all chasing martin kaymer. kim mer, bird. ie on six. he bogeyed 18 was even on the day. spieth need this had long par on 1 to stay at 12 under. got it. he and kim mer co-leaders
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i'm ama daetz. people are stepping forward to help a family in san jose after a husband and father was killed in an apparent act of road age. 37-year-old fuk lamb died tuesday. an online fund-raising campaign has already brought in more than $10,000. high winds blew sanden forcing the great highway to close in san francisco. a large tree toppled in oakland knocking out electricity to one home along east 17th street. construction is under way right now on the new temporary approach to the golden gate bridge in san francisco. drivers will encounter lane closures along highways 1 and 101 starting at 1:00 a.m. running all the night long. a small plane crashed in arizona killing one person. the plane carrying french tourists crashed while trying to land in page near the utah border. sevenf;vmñ people were on board it flipped over in windy conditions. five other people were injured.
some trouble today on board a united airlines flight from los angeles to hawaii. flight 1296 was about 70 minutes into its journey to kona when the plane reported smoke in the cabin. passengers were told to put on oxygen masks and life jackets just in case. two fighter jets escorted the boeing 757 back to california. >> it was different. but the crew was very professional. they helped everyone. they took care of us. and we got down safe and sound. >> and as we said, the plane landed safely. passengers were rebooked on to another united flight. two beloved members of the university of richmond's basketball program have been identified as the two the casualties from yesterday's hot air balloon crash in virginia. assistant coach guiney doyle and director of basketball operations nat lit lewis were aboard the balloon when it struck a power line and caught fire. search for a third person believed to be the pilot is set to resume at sunrise tomorrow.
at least 18 people died after a wall collapsed at a recycling plant in eastern china. it appears heavy rain caused it to topple. three other people were hurt. now to the growing firestorm over the abduction of hundreds of girs in nigeria. in new york, hundreds gathered outside the ni year jan consulate. similar protests were held across the country. first lady michelle obama had a new video message. reporter hey misch mcdonald has the latest including her online address this morning. >> my husband and i are outraged and heart broken over the kidnapping of more than 200 nigerian girls from their an school dormitory. >> it is a powerful message and a sign of how one group of kidnapped girls has captured the attention of the world. >> in these girls, barack and i see our own daughters. >> from añ1y house to a father in nigeria,
the resolve is deeply felt. >> the president of this country -- >> but his security forces are now accused of ignoring repeated calls for help in the hour before the attack on chibok and labeled those claims unfortunate annan true. almost a month later, hundreds of girls are still missing. some managed to flee. this girl says they threatened to shoot anyone who tried to escape. but she jumped off a moving vehicle with a friend and ran into remote bushland. the challenge for this community is to remain xwrinted in the face of extreme violence. tonight there are two dozen u.s. officials here in nigeria to work on this in a support role only including some military personnel. they arrive to news of a fresh attack by boek coharam. >> a team of french experts arrived in nigeria today to help search for the missing girls.
british and american forces are already assisting. >> voting is underway in two regions of eastern ukraine. the referendums are being conducted by pro-russian insurgents and aren't regarded as legitimate by the west. the vote comes as both germany and frances are pressuring vladimir putin to do more to calm the situation. in the bay area, today, supporters of peace in ukraine held a unity rally in march. the group called for an end to violence in the country and in their words stand up against putin. a special walk was head today in honor of victims of violence in the bay area. the 1,000 mothers to prevent violence was held in san í"bñ leandro. sharls jennings emceed the event at marina park. the group was founded after a woman lost her twin sons in a drive by shooting in oakland. 5,000 women are gathering in san francisco next week for the professional business women of california conference.
pbwc was founded by congress woman jackie speier. news anchor eric thomas spoke to her for be on the headlines show. she wanted to help women and girls push past personal, economic and social boundaries to achieve 50-50 representation across all industries. news anchor sherrill jennings had the chance to talk by satellite with the ariana huffington whose new book "thrive" has important lessons for all of us starting with our health. >> we take care of our human capital, the more eb we're going to be in our work, the more creative and the more able to the opportunities we may otherwise miss. >> abc7 is proud to be a sponsor of the professional business women conference is tuesday at moscone center west. go to abc7 news.com for more information. san francisco's newest library is now open to the public.
the new north beach branch opened today. it's largeru than the previous branch and features a unique public art feature caused sonic dream scape which projects neighborhood sounds. still to come, giving kids on the job training this summer. plus. >> when you're out and about, how much do you tip? how much should you tip? i'm michael finney. 7 on your side is coming up. >> good evening. i'm frances dinglasan. a strong sea breeze today brought numbers down. i'll let you know how muc
everywa and a congress standing in the country ready way.ove forward... their budgets are late; jobs bills are stalled... and special interests run rampant. as an economics teacher at stanford, i know education means good jobs. so here's my plan: i'd start teaching computer coding in public schools right away. open doors for women in science and technology. and prepare young people for middle class manufacturing jobs. i'm ro khanna and i approve this message, because change starts with us.
teens in san francisco had the opportunity to meet with prospective employers during the youth resource fair. the event at peer 35 provided people ages 16 through 24 the opportunity to meet with hiring companies. >> i like to work during the summer. i'm about to graduate. so i would like to work extra jobs. >> 800 here, we hope to get experiences for all of them. this is just the tip of the iceberg. we're going to be:. summer. >> the fair is part of the city's program caused summer jobs plus. the goal is to get 7,000 youth jobs and internships this summer. tipping an odd practice when you think about it. we give away money we could keep for ourself. why? and how much should we be ip
tipping? that is exactly what seven on your side's michael finney wanted to find out. look around. there's a lot of money changing hands when customers tip. here at the ramp, a fun waterside bar and restaurant in san francisco, the wait staff is doing pretty well. over in north beach at original joe's, the valets are making out and at union square, this doorman at the st. francis is bringing it in. but why? why do we tip? no one makes us. michael lynn is a professor at cornell school of hotel administration. >> if you ask people, what's the major motivation for tipping they'll tell you, it's to reward good service. >> most of us do say that, but there is little evidence to back that up. >> depends on the service. i always do between 15 and 20. >> see, that is only a small difference between the worst and the best service. this guy told me he usually tips
15%, 20 if service great. >> our bill is $59 and i gave her a $12 tip. >> that is more than 20%. so again, why do we tip? >> lots of reasons. but the biggest most important one is because it's expected and they want social approval that comes from following norm. >> so we often don't tip for service but to be liked. or to keep the world in balance. what do you it ip? >> 20 to 25 on the server. what goes around comes around. >> it often leads us nonplussed. >> it's a hot button issue. >> that's professor kit jairo. see says tipping is beginning to tip some of us off. >> for the longest time people looked at tips as something they felt they wanted to give. when people feel like they're expected to spend money rather than choosing to spend money it, tends to chafe a little bit. >> how much should you tip?
most people tip between 15 and 20%. in urban areas we lean towards 20%. in many parts of the world, there is no tipping at all. in europe, americans are seen as over tippers which is seen as a good thing. >> we tell people when they're traveling in europe it's a little ÷íq9ñ it kind of gives the americans better service because they know that americans are used to tipping. >> by far, the most important indicator of a tip and what it will be is the amount of the actual bill. oh if you're a waiter and want to make more money, sell more drinks and desserts. if you're a diner who wishes to keep their tab down, skip the drinks and desserts. for more on tipping, i have links on abc 7 news.com. i'm michael finny. 7 on your side. >> good info. now let's get good weather info from meteorologist francis ding
lossen. >> hi, ama. live doppler picking up clear skies around the bay area. temperatures cool down into the 40s and fist overnight. highs tomorrow for mother's day around the state, plenty you have sunshine for everybody. 83 in chico. 85 in sacramento. 80 in yosemite. warm in southern california, 83 in los angeles. 88 in palm springs. for tomorrow, we're going to be quite a few degrees warmer compared to today due to ashite offshore flow. 71? san francisco. your 70s around the bay. low 80s inland. the big news is the temperature warmup midweek especially is when we can see near record-breaking heat in livermore, getting up to 97 possibly. well above the average high of 75 degrees. before we cool back down to near average for next weekend. so plenty of sunshine. the warmup starts tomorrow. peaks wednesday and ramps down for next weekend. >> thank you so much, francis.
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>>.here in the we have the bay bridge series. in so-cal, they have the freeway series. ducks goalie john gibson making his playoff debut. corey perry no look behind-the-back pass to at thely for the slam-dunk goal. take another look. that's it's mad skills right there. 1-0 anaheim. they scored two and a half minutes later. getzlaf banks it off jonathan quick and in. ducks tie the series at two with a 2-0 victory. to the east, bruins and montreal. boston score first. solder berg wide open in the slot makes it 1-0 bruins on his first goal of the playoffs. torey krug across-ice pass at jarome iginla. bruins win 4-2 and take a 3-2 series lead. russian president validity mir
putin had to keep his shirt on for a little ice hockey. today the 61-year-old joined retired hockey greats and government officials for a legends game. putin seems like the only guy that scored. his opponent didn't put up much of a fight. putin scored six times, five assists. i guess if i'm facing putin in any sport, i'm letting him win. otherwise, you'll end up in siberia. his team won 21-4. putin, we cover it all here at abc7. while we're doing athletes, former nba all-star tracey mcgrady playing minor league baseball for the sugarland skeeters allowing two hits, two runs in 1 2/3 innings of work. he threw 35 pitches, 1 strikes. 5-3 the final. we cover it all. the a's in first place in the west, have a two-game win streak
going with the nats in town. journey rocking the national anthem at o do the co. washington scoreless till top three. danny espinosa hammers the pitch. same inning, former giant franzen line drive, two runners score. a's respond bottom of the third. john jaso shot to right center. out of here. 3-1 nats. same score bottom nine. as a rally. jed lowery downs, knocked in jaso. josh donaldson leans into the pitch. gets the hit. lowrie is waved home. throw will be cut off. lowrie's score ties the game. bottom ten, john jaso rips it to the wall. nick mcleod can't get a glove on it. nick punto scores the winning run. jaso led off today, had three hits including the game winner. 4-3 your final.
g-men looking for their third straight win. old timers day in l.a. dusty played for dongers. this one to right field, puig managed to keep posey from reaching extra bases. 2-0. down the six, gonzales grounds in on a double play. puig reaches third. in the seventh, gordon again a dagger past panda. drew ba tara scores. then in the eighth, it was matt kemp. see you. just beyond the outstrepped arms of hunter bense pence. and the dodgers with a 6-2 victory. nfl draft of six picks. bruce ellington from south carolina has speed. dahntay johnson, keith razor and kenneth aker, defensive tackle cale lep ramsey and tai millard. great draft by niners adding depth to their strong roster.
corner back keith mcgill and t.j. carrie back in thepúfkz ba area. safety jonathan dali from western kentucky.ykdu bay area athletes standard offensive line man flemming is a patriot. ed reynolds is an eagle. quarterback david fail is on his way to chicago. cal linebacker corey ford is a saint. gaffney on his way to carolina. linebacker shane skoev is a free agent with the 49ers. earthquakes wore the red uniforms todaybzelu in honor of team's inaugural season 40 years ago. check out this long kick. the ball over to cordel cato. easy goal 24 minutes in. 72-minute mark on a free kick. dallas defender accidentally knocked the ball in own goal we
call that. earthquakes win it, are 2-1. your final. kind of like the reds uniforms. what a day in sports. a little bit of everything. put putin, tracey mcgrady. we like to cover it all. >> thank you for joining us. this is it for tonight. avs 67 news continues tomorrow morning at xía.m. i'm ama daetz. thank you so much for joining us. news continues on all your mobile devices with our avs news ap. have a great night.
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