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here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein. breaking news that started in vallejo and ended in gunshots
in oakland. we're live in the scene on the ground and in the air explaining what happened. a worldwide impact stemming from a silicon valley company. we're at google's headquarters tonight, hearing from the employees who walked out in protest today. we're already humming along, breaking all records. >> is your ballot one of these? one bay area county is expecting tuesday's election turnout to shatter all records for a midterm. >> when is a lifetime warranty really not a lifetime? ahead, the hidden meaning of lifetime warranties. >> now from "abc7 news," live, breaking news. >> that breaking news is in oakland. sky 7 is live over the investigation of an officer involved shooting involving vallejo police. >> you can see a heavy police presence. the intersection is blocked off, and police are asking the public to please avoid that area.
>> "abc7 news" reporter is live at the scene with the latest. what do we know? >> reporter: yeah, i just spoke with oakland police, and they did confirm that this chase began in vallejo but ended in east oakland. when the suspect crashed his black suv. i did confirm that police shot the suspect multiple times, oakland police say he was armed and wearing body armor. he was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. this started sometime this afternoon in vallejo. we're waiting for police to arrive on scene with more specific details. but we do know that last night police responded to three different shootings that left two men dead. we were asking if that is linked to the case. you can see we're here at 22nd avenue here international avenue, the area is closed off. a lot of traffic out, looks like police is on their way. we'll talk to them right now. you can see the media is moving up.
again, the suspect on his way to the hospital, we were also told that there are no other victims in this crash or in this chase. reporting live in oakland, "abc7 news." >> very good. thanks so much. this is a live picture of the scene right now from sky 7. some dramatic incidents were revealed on police radio calls. here's a little bit from oakland police. >> a vehicle they're chasing, he's been known to carry an uzi and handguns, full body armor. >> shots fired. [ indiscernible ] >> we need them out of the way. they're in the line of fire. he's trying to come out the driver's side window. officers are moving up and handcuffing. >> this is all happening in front of the community school for creative education. police put the school on lockdown. police were letting their kids
pick up their kids this evening. since the front door is blocked, kids were let out on the doors on 21st avenue. >> let's take a look at sky map 7 over the scene. 22nd avenue and international boulevard where this occurred. again, being asked by police to avoid this area, because there's a heavy police presence and the street is blocked off. >> we'll have updates on "abc7 news," abc7news.com, and the "abc7 news" app. download the app and enable push alerts to receive breaking news updates. google employees walking out nationwide. >> they're protesting how their bosses have dealt with sexual harassment issues. >> now that employees are speaking up, i think companies have no choice but to respond. >> walkouts happened across the country and the world. even all because of a silicon valley company. >> this comes after last week's
newark times article, which reported several google executives were protected by management, even given multimillion dollar severance packages after they were accused of sexual conduct. >> the times story says that ruben received severance worth $90 million in 2014 after being accused of sexual misconduct. it's been paid out at $2 million a month for four years. he's set to receive the last payment this month. >> ruben has denied the allegations that resulted in his dismissal saying on twitter last week, "the new york times" story contains numerous inaccuracies about my employment at google and wild exam ratiggerations ab compensation. >> today from coast to coast and around the world, google employees walked out at 11:00 a.m. to demand change in the way the company handles sexual harassment and discrimination and inequality. the ceo voiced his support for
the walkout today during an event hosted by "the new york times." >> moments like that show we didn't always get it right. we're committed to doing better. we're listening to emmoployempl and there are concrete steps coming out. i want to acknowledge the women who step up and do this. i think it shows extraordinary courage. >> dwoog >> today, "abc7 news" reporter chris nguyen was at the google plex. >> reporter: from sky 7, a sea of google employees in the courtyard at the company's headquarters in mountain view. being attacked have to speak to the people above them in order to get change to happen. >> reporter: among the demands, an end to forced arbitration and harassment and discrimination cases and a clear process for
reporting sexual misconduct safely and anonymously, as well as a commitment to put an end to pain opportunity. women make up 31% of the workforce at google, yet only 26% serve in executive positions. professor meg vera, at the lucas college of business at san jose state, says as more employees choose to speak up, companies such as google have no choice but to respond. >> the organization culture has to adapt to demands for more transparency, more visibility, more openness, more of doing the right thing. >> reporter: elected officials such as congresswoman jackie spear voiced her support. >> they don't want any tolerance for sexual harassment in the workplace, and they certainly don't want people to be paid off. >> reporter: googlers, coming together to make their voices heard. >> time is up! time is up on sexual harassment.
time is up on abuse of power. time is up on systemic racism. enough is enough! >> reporter: as part of the employee demands, they also want better protection for freelancers. the company uses a lot of contractors throughout the world. many have chosen not to speak up for fear of retaliation. i'm chris nguyen, "abc7 news." drone view 7 flew from a safe distance to show us the walkout in san francisco today. you can see the string of people along the embarcadero heading towards the ferry building. there was a diverse o 1,000 pe. and plenty of men were there, as well. >> it's very important for men to be allies, and to support efforts of people being marginalized. >> we are told workers from three different google offices took part today. google employees walked out of the sunnyvale campus.
sky 7 was overhead there, too. you can see people holding up signs there. they say things like, believe women. >> "abc7 news" was at youtube headquarters in san bruno where workers also walked out. one employee said while the public may know some of the stories about sexual misconduct, today's action is to give a voice to nose who have not been heard from. >> for every story in "the new york times," there are nows more, every level of the company, and many have not been told. >> among those who said they would walk out with the workers today, youtube's policy executives. google owns youtube. >> these protests expend way beyond the bay area. in fact, they're taking place at dozens of google offices around the world. >> kristen sze is here with a look at what happened there. kristen? >> reporter: google has over 70 offices in 50 countries. today, there were walkouts in at
least 47 locations. this is new york city, where thousands of employees marched in manhattan and gathered for speeches. the google walkout twitter account posted this picture. and this is cambridge, massachusetts. hundreds there streamed out of their kendall square office to protest the company's treatment of women. in london, many googlers stayed indoors to share their stories, but some braved the wet weather to demand a change in their corporate culture. >> we're walking out in support of those who have been harassed anywhere in the workplace. and to ensure that the perpetrators are not rewarded. >> a few of those snapshots from around the world. this is zurich, switzerland. and this is dublin, ireland where hundreds of emmoyees walked out united in protest. and unity is something google leaders will have to restore with their 94,000 employees around the world.
dan and ama? >> kristen, thank you. stock in dpogoogle's compan alphabet dropped a half percent today. but the dow added 264 points today and the nasdaq up by 128. we have resources at abc7news.com to help you find out what to do in cases of sexual harassment or abuse that you or someone you might know has experienced. find your ally at abc7news.com/takeaction. the strike by workers at marriott hotels has been going on for a month. next, we're live with a look at what's changed and where a strike could have economic consequences. >> i'm spencer christian. record warm and i'll show you record warm and i'll show you proposition 11 solves two issues. first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance
can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11. california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent.
"look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off ...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. california values senator dianne feinstein proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety.
it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. new at 6:00, the man shot and killed by oakland police offcers is reacting to body camera. >> get your hands off the gun! >> oakland police officers shot and killed joshua pollock back in march. we're not showing you all of the video. a lawyer for pollock's mother says the man did have a gun near him but he was lying down. >> at no time did he get up or make an aggressive move toward anyone. >> the family has been pursuing legal action since september and plans to continue. a statement from oakland police says, in part, the oakland
police department acknowledges that any officer involved shooting is heartbreaking for ault involve all involves and impacts the entire community. an internal investigation is ongoing. the strike by marriott hotel workers in san francisco and san jose is a month long, and there's concern that for a region that reaps billions of dollars from tourists and conventions, the strike could inflict economic damage. david louie is outside the san jose marriott, one of the hotels embroiled in stalled contract negotiations. david? >> reporter: there are several hotels in san francisco embroiled in this dispute. in addition to the san jose marriott. contracts expired back in july. while marriott says it is committed to bargaining in good faith and wanted to have agreements in place months ago, the company does not seem to be interested in having elected officials seven as intermediaries.
the picket line is up 24 hours a day, although as a courtesy of guests, they go silent overnight. they think they're hurting marriott, even as guests continue to patronize the hotel. >> definitely it's affecting the business. i think it's putting a lot of pressure on the marriott. >> reporter: in san francisco, the picket lines are outside seven marriott managed hotels. concern is growing about the potential economic impact of losing meetings or room bookings. superriser hillary ronan has scheduled a meeting for friday. the constant chanting and the use of bull horns can be irritating. >> what about the noise? >> not bad. a little loud in the morning with the bull horns. other than that, not bad.
>> reporter: members of the union say they want a paboost i pay so they can live in the bay area working one job. >> i have to work a second job. so we only get $11 an hour. >> reporter: the local union here in san jose says it would welcome intervention by the san francisco supervisors, even though marriott has not expressed interest. the next negotiating session for the workers here is scheduled for some time next week. live in san jose, david louie, "abc7 news." >> david, thank you very much. there are just five days to go before tuesday's midterm election. and voters are already going to the polls at a record pace. laura anthony is live at the
contra costa county elections department, where early voting started this morning. laura, a brisk pace. >> reporter: it sure is, dan. this operation running in full force with more than 120,000 ballots received here so far. in fact, here in contra costa county, 50,000 more people have registered to vote for the midterm election on tuesday than registered for the presidential election back in 2016. if early ballot returns are any indication in contra costa county, the turnout for next tuesday's midterm will eclipse a similar election four years ago. >> we're expecting a 70% turnout. >> reporter: compared with 49% in the last midterm election in november 2014. county registrar voters says the numbers are expected to approach
that of a presidential election. in 2016, 79% of eligible voters cast their ballots. >> we're humming along, breaking all records. we're far in excess of what we saw in june, and even ahead of where we were in the last presidentials. >> i think a lot of issues coming up and sensitivity to issues that brought people back to voting. >> i think in the past, a lot of people thought their vote didn't count. >> reporter: fully 2/3 of contra costa's 620,000 registered voters received permanent vote by mail ballots. while that's convenient for all involved, county officials have seen an uptick in registrants showing up to cast a ballot on election day, which can cause confusion and added expense. >> there was a push a couple of years ago for ballots to be counted on election day. the best way to ensure that is
to drop your ballot off before election day. >> reporter: election officials here in contra costa county want people to know that they can still vote, even if they haven't registered. the way to do that is either to come down here to the elections department in martinez, or to go to one of three early voting centers, one in antioch, walnut creek. that information can be found on our website, which is abc7news.com. in martinez, laura anthony, "abc7 news." >> okay. thank you very much. now, count on "abc7 news" for live election coverage on tuesday. abc news network will have coverage of the biggest races around the country, beginning at 5:00 p.m. and live local election coverage throughout the evening, including on "abc7 news" at 9:00. then at 11:00, right here on abc 7. hope you'll tune in. it's a big and important night. we're inching closer to the weekend. >> we are getting closer to the
weekend. not that we noticed. >> as we traveled, almost summer like warmth here in the bay area. here's a look at live doppler 7 hd. bright skies with a few thin clouds. today's high temperatures, we have one record high today, that was 90 degrees down in gilroy. most of the remainder of the bay area was much warmer than average for this time of the year. november 1st, highs of 89. low 80s around the shore. high of 81 here in san francisco. that's quite unusual. check out this stunning sunset looking westward. of course looking westward. 76 in mountain view. upper 70s, san jose and gilroy. and the view from mt. tam under calm conditions. 78 degrees up in santa rosa. 76 in napa. 77 if vacaville.
75 at livermore. and gorgeous golden, orangeish western sky. fog returns to the coast overnight, make it cooler tomorrow, especially near the coast and bay. fire danger increases this weekend. a final weather watch, late tomorrow night, and it will be in affect until sunday morning. there may be wind gusts up to 5 miles per hour with low humidity. lows tonight, low to mid 50s. highs tomorrow, mid 60s coast, low 70s around the bay. low 80s inland. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. big warmup again on saturday. mid to upper 80s. upper 70s around the bay. sunday, we fall back to standard time. and through most of next week, including tuesday, election day, a more seasonal pattern.
the airline had to cancel the ribbon cutting because its plane needed repairs. not exactly the start it hoped for. southwest is adding free movies to its entertainment options. passengers have to use the southwest app and southwest wi-fi to access them. in flight wi-fi access to the rest of the internet does cost $8. toyota is recalling more than a million vehicles because of faulty airbags. toyota says the problem is an electrical short that can damage circuits and deactivate airbags or cause those systems to deploy inadvertently. owners will be notified. other cars in japan and europe are also part of this recall. in the north bay, a long planned event has resulted in some embarrassment. >> we'll explain how politics interfered. >> and a bay area woman's
and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent. sfx: stair creak sfx: clink sfx: deep breath sfx: grunt sfx: tinny headphone music sfx: feet shuffling sfx: slice sfx: gasp sfx: inhale. exhale. sfx: lights scraping on roof sfx: metallic scrape sfx: grunt covered california. it's more than just health care. it's life care. "look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects
we go back now to the breaking news we've been on for the last two hours. a car chase that started in the glenn cove area of vallejo. it ended with officers shooting a driver in oakland. officials say vallejo police shot the suspect multiple times, international boulevard and 22nd avenue this afternoon. the chase spanned more than 30 miles, with speeds up to 112 miles per hour. officers say that suspect was armed and was wearing body armor. let's take a look now from sky 7. the suspect crashed as you see there, an suv on a sidewalk. paramedics were seen treating him on the ground and put in an awaiting ambulance. police haven't released information on his condition. no officers were hurt. new at 6:00 p.m., an oakland father is facing multiple charges because his 3-year-old son was able to get his hands on a gun and shoot himself earlier this week. 29-year-old kavani page, sr.
made his first court appearance. he admitted that he had a gun hidden on top of an entertainment cabinet. the boy was able to climb up there and get the gun. page and his wife took the child to a hospital. he has since been transferred to children's hospital in oakland. at last check, this 3-year-old was still in critical condition. now to the migrant caravans making their way to the united states. >> a woman who made her trek a year ago, and is now in the bay area, is waiting for her son to join her, the 15-year-old set out from el salvador and will ask for asylum. >> lyanne melendez sat down to talk with her about the things she wants people in this country to know. >> reporter: she assured me she will fight to stay in the u.s. as long as she can. she left el salvador a year ago by joining another caravan. she wants americans to understand that many people from
central america have nothing left but fear and hope. "there has been times someone has put a gun to your head and you think it's all over." the country has been paralyzed by gangs and poverty. fearing for her son's life, she asked her mother to travel with the 15-year-old, and join one of the caravans now headed for the u.s. [ speaking foreign language ] she tells me she wants her son with her, even if they both have to live on the streets. in the meantime, she's staying in the east bay with a family who has opened their home. >> people like veronica are coming here because they have incredible fear where they live. and to come here to find a place where they can be safe to find a place where they can fly, to find a place where they can grow was important to us.
[ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: the government she's potentially a runaway, that's why she's forced to wear an ankle monitor. and now she awaits for her son, while hoping for the right outcome. she reminds me that what is not possible for mankind is not impossible for god. lyanne melendez, "abc7 news." as several caravans make their way to the border, president trump says he will issue an executive order that would ban migrants from claiming asylum. under current law, those seeking alie s asylum can do so no matter how they arrive in the united states. >> we have thousands of tents, a lot of everything. we're going to hold them right there. >> earlier this week, one group of migrants got into a violent
confrontation with mexican police, throwing rocks. trump says today, if migrants throw rocks at the u.s. troops that are heading to the border, troops should act as though the rocks are rifles. tonight, residents are angry about what they call an international incident. a friendship exchange with ukraine has been canceled. wayne freedman reports on a story of visas and frustration. >> reporter: as the big sign says, welcome, and that one on the left, no one ever meant it literally. >> i was shocked honestly. >> reporter: the mayor, if you visit city hall, he'll point out the gifts and exchanges from their sister city in ukraine. now he and local members of the world friend's organization are just plain exacerbated about a citizen ex-change program that will not happen. >> it never occurred to me that it would affect our plans. >> reporter: patty, still making food for a dinner this year
honoring 25 years of sister city hood. they planned to bring in several visitors until a state department blocked their visas with no explanation. we spoke with them by phone today. >> we are very disappointed and i'm disappointed, too. >> it's an international incident. >> reporter: five of the seven ukrainians have been here before. last year, they welcomed people into their homes, including a teacher and a priest, who expected to arrive today and walk across the golden gate bridge. instead they feel locked out. >> the objenly thing i can thinf is the new policy of your new president that your world is not as open as it used to be. >> reporter: about all they can do is wave at each other from a distance of 6,206 miles, that's as close as they'll get, for now at least. >> things are happening that weren't happening before, and
that working together is no longer the goal. >> reporter: the dinner will go on this saturday and they will have borsh. wayne freedman, "abc7 news." there are sports stars, and then there are legends. >> the new documentary that examines the common thread through the greats. >> and michael finney defines >> and michael finney defines the word proposition 11 solves two issues. first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11. california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers,
and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent. four years ago, we rejected marshall tuck and his billionaire backers for superintendent of public instruction. but they're back. the corporate billionaires and their handpicked candidate, former wall street banker marshall tuck. tuck's billionaires have spent
over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck. proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed."
vote yes on 11. the sun rises on the statue of a fallen bay area sports hero. willie mccovey passed away yesterday. fans are remembering his greatness on the field, and the dignity and class he showed off of it. that's how former giants outfielder and native mike felger remembers the man they called stretch. >> to walk out there and see my name planted in the ground, mike felger, 1992, forever attached
to big mc. we're linked together forever. >> so true. if you would like to share your condolences, send letters to this e-mail address on the screen. willie lee mccovey, number 44, known as stretch, lived to be 80 years old. >> it's often difficult to trace the roots of greatness in sports, but a new film attempts to do that. it's called "in search of greatness" and examines the common thread running through rice, michael jordan and several other of the world's greatest athletes. for rice, it was humbling and intriguing to have them examine the depths of his legendary drive. >> i would run in the afternoon where it was like 120 degrees, and i was just running, but i was running for a reason. and i wanted to be the best football player that i could possibly be, and do i feel like
here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
lifetime is defined as the duration of the existence of a living being. >> but michael finney warns it can have a very different meaning when it comes to warranties, michael. >> you know, what i and you guys think of as lifetime, it seems clear. not always, though. you purchase a product with a lifetime warranty, you might think you're protected against any breakage from a product your entire lifetime. yeah, that's not always the case. david horn is out in his yard every day. the retired firefighter made good use out of a shovel he purchased four years ago. one day the handle on that shovel fractured. he didn't worry, because the label included lifetime scrolled across the top. >> i thought it was my lifetime,
the lifetime of the company. but i just figured if it broke, i would get a new one. >> reporter: that is not how shovel manufacture saw it. they said there's a limited lifetime warranty. that means they are free from manufacturing defects and materials and workmanship during normal use. the company declined to replace the shovel under the warranty. the federal trade commission says the world lifetime in warranties is a misnomer. >> most think it means lifetime. however, that doesn't necessarily match up with the warranty that is printed by the manufacturer. >> reporter: they detail the warranty in its warranty limited. tools that are worn out from normal use are excluded. mr. horn's shovel fell into this latter category, which is why
his claim was denied. that made no sense to him. >> i didn't quite understand what the lifetime of the tool meant. the tool could break in a week, that was a lifetime. >> reporter: he asked us for help, and we contacted the company. they agreed to replace the shovel to keep david happy but maintains it did nothing wrong. >> why shouldn't they expect lifetime means lifetime? because the manufacturer is permitted to provide certain limitations on its warranty period and consumers should read those prior to purchasing products. >> reporter: now, i have a link to the website on warranties. it's on abc7news.com. if you have a question or complaint about anything, the 7 on your side hotline is open monday through friday, 415-954-8151.
>> very good. >> thank you, michael. spencer does offer a money back guaranty on his forecasts. >> i don't have a lifetime forecast, but i have a seven-day forecast. here's a look at radar. we have bright skies right now. just a few thin, high clouds. overnight, clear skies until the wee hours of the morning. tomorrow's highs, a little more than today, but warmer than average. mid 60s on the coast. mid 70s on the bay. lo low 80s inland. and we fall back this weekend to standard time. we may lose an hour in the evening but gain one in the morning. by the way, the cooldown that we've been waiting for will begin next week, just in time for election day, which is tuesday, and temperatures in a much more seasonal, full-like range than the temperatures meeting us the next few days. >> thanks, spencer.
good evening. steph curry looks like he's back to two-time mvp form. kevin durant is basically unstoppable. klay thompson state the nba record for most threes in a game. the warriors, off to an 8-1 start as they host minnesota tomorrow night. and one more all-star is waiting in the wings. the warriors, they practiced today and damarcus cousins, seen here signing with the warriors, he was scrimmages four on four. boogie is coming back from an achilles tendon. the warriors don't want to rush him back, but you
practicing. steve kerr shut dow jones any rumors. >> we love how far he's come, but, you know, i don't want people to get the idea that he's getting close to coming back. still going to be some time. totally different time playing in an nba game, playing against willie and chris demarco and nick. >> a shot against the assistant coach. the harlem globetrotters dropped in on practice. hammer harrison with the underhand half court shot. that's fourth fort points in globe trotter games. globetrotters tomorrow in the bay area for an extended run in january. baseball will hand out its gold glove awards sunday. the entire a's infield is in consideration. all of them are finalists. one of them looks like a lock,
though. matt chapman led all of baseball with 29 defensive runs saved. mindy bach has more on chappy. ♪ >> reporter: you can look at the metrics and statistics and deduce that mike chapman is one of the best defenders in the league, or watch and decide for yourself. >> chapman with the backhand! >> bare hand, strong arm. we're talking gold in them hills. >> his range, i've never seen abinfielder have that type of range. he plays so deep, so quick, he's go got great strength. >> reporter: it's understandable a manager would pump up his own plyer, but initially melvin wasn't keen with the depth of
chapman. but the first base coach assured the skipper all would be fine. >> what you have a lead and he gets on via bunt hit, that's a cheapy for me. so i would look over at matt and say, get him in. >> reporter: melvin grew confident in chapman's abilities after seeing him make play after play. >> he'll though some balls away every now and then. >> chapman wound up a little bit on that one. >> when he's in a different position every time he gets the ball, but it's very unique. >> reporter: melvin doesn't need any assurance what the announcement will be this year. >> i think he's going to win a gold glove this year. >> thank you, mindy. the 49ers and raiders are
playing in a battle of the bay. battle of the basement. nick mullins, his nfl debut, he's thrown two touchdown passes from the niners, who lead the raiders 17-3 at the half. jon gruden has been at it saying we are not tanking. they're either tanking or they're trash. they look horrible. the raiders look terrible.
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