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wife. the news at 6:00 starts right now. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm jessica aguirre. >> i'm raj mathai. legally, he is off the hook, but in the court of public opinion. larry baer has an image and career that needs rebuilding. he won't face any criminal charges, but he still might be penalized by major league baseball. in a story we broke two hours ago he will not face charges. we are joined by jean elle with the developing story. jean? >> reporter: raj, this is the plaza where that altercation was caught on videotape. and tonight the district attorney says it will not be filing criminal charges against larry baer. the san francisco police department and district attorney launched an investigation into baer's action after "tmz sports" bought this video of baer and his wife pam on march 1st.
you see them fighting over a phone and pam baer falls out of her chair and screams. after a careful review of the relevant evidence, statements from several witnesses and the parties themselves, the evidence does not support filing criminal charges. sources with knowledge of the investigation tell us the d.a.'s office made the decision after looking at a 40-minute video which includes a 25-minute long conversation that turned into a aurgment over pam baer's demand to see her husband's home. he twice grabs for the phone. the decision comes one day after san francisco mayor london breed and several leaders in the domestic violence prevention community sent a letter to major league baseball, urging the organization to discipline larry baer. tonight a representative s doesn't need to be criminal to be wrong and mlb should hold baer accountable. >> he should be treated the same
as players get treated and maybe to a higher standard. because he's a leader. >> reporter: baer has already taken an indefinite leave of absence from the giants. we don't know yet how the district attorney's decision will impact that leave or mlb's investigation into the matter. basically, t basically, his attorney said they made the right decision. jean elle. turning now to the weather. say good-bye to the sun, because here come the clouds again. this is a live look at san jose. jeff ranier ei is tracking that. >> we had a week of a break with all of that sunshine. but here's the latest system starting to move closer to the coast line. this is elongated. it's a stretched-out cold front. so everyone's going to have a chance of wet weather once that
system arrives over the next six hours. you can see we're dry here across the bay area with light showers in the pacific. through tonight we'll begin to see things pick up in the santa cruz mountains, but it's the early morning commute from 4:00 to 8:00 in the morning when we'll pick up the most rainfall and have some of those heavier downpours. we'll track this all the way through tomorrow's forecast, but we do want to et will ylet you of it is in a rain surplus. santa rosa 38.29 inches since october 1st. we'll have a new update at 6:19 tonight. it is round two for roundup. another verdict against agro giant monsanto. what does it mean for the thousands of others waiting for their own day in court? nbc bay area's sam brock joins
us live, and this is the second loss, which is starting to really mount for the company. >> reporter: it is the second decision so far, jessica, but this is the first federal verdict. and it carries huge implications against monsanto. there are 11,000 cases across the country, 760 here in san francisco federal court. but so far this jury has only found causation. tomorrow they'll be looking at the question of liability and whether or not monsanto was responsible for what happened. last year dwayne johnson sued monsanto in state cart. he was awarded and it was eventually cut down to $78 million. ths gliaboiity and if monsanto manipulated information, doctors and public information. we asked what happens if there is another award for the
plaintiff? >> monsanto would be facing substantial reduction in value, possibly bankruptcy. it's a very substantial risk. >> reporter: so monsanto responded with a statement that says in part, we are disappointed with the jury's initial decision but we continue to believe that the science confirms glyphosate-based products do not cause cancer. the company should not be liable for mr. hardman's cancer, that's edward hardman, the plaintiff in this case. there's been a lot of talk about whether this is a bellwether case. professor levine says if they find liability, yes ts, it is, bayer, parent company of monsanto says no it's not. we shall find out, reporting
live from san francisco, sam brock. nbc bay area news. >> this couldtheouth bay now, h much for a pair of slippers? a man stepped on a sea urchin at a beach and got a bill for thousands thousan thousands of dollars, $700 for a pair of foam slippers. marianne favro joins us with the exclusive interview. >> reporter: los gatos urgent care is still open. and the doctor accused of insurance fraud is seeing patients today. she and her husband are charged with overbilling. but they're also accused of billing patients for services they never received. when bruce richardson stepped on a sea urchin in hawaii he still felt pain when he got home to the south bay, so he hided to los gatos urgent care clinic.
he says he was treated with a penicillin shot. weeks later, his wife laney got a stunning call from their insurance company. >> and they said well, we're not going to cover the $15,000 penicillin shot. i said what? >> reporter: bruce says, in addition to receiving the expensive shot, the doctor also gave him this slipper during his visit. >> when we got the itemized bill, it was charged for $700. >> reporter: laney sounded a warning, contacting the insurance commissioner, the california medical board and santa clara county district attorney's office. now the da.'s office have chargd the doctors with insurance fraud, claiming they billed some patients for services they never received. the da's office says one patient was billed $425 for a non-existentu non-existent urinary tract infection. people go to medical clinics to
get care, not conned. the district attorney has no toll raps for those in the medical profession who try to defraud insurance companies. the doctors pled not guilty to channels a charges and did not respond for comment. office manager is a doctor, too, but in 2007 he surrendered his license after he was accused of elder abuse. he was convicted of falsifying reports at three different patients had prostate cancer, when none of themad reporting live in los gatos, marianne favro. nbc bay area talk about an explosive pickup, a recycling worker injured when something from one
of those bins suddenly blew up. can you see the explosion and the smoke. it was caught on the camera from the truck. california's waste solution tells us it happened seconds after the driver pushed a button to compress the recycling he had just placed in the truck. oakland police and bomb squad rushed to the scene. it's unclear what caused the chemical reaction. they think someone likely threw something into one of those bins that shouldn't have been there. >> this is a very dangerous job. and you wouldn't think it when it's recyclables. but it is if people are not properly recycling. >> companies remind us not to recycle anything that's a banned item, including propane tanks. march madness is here. the first round is in san jose. tipoff is friday. but they're making final preparations today. nbc bay area's damian trujillo
joins us. take out the ice, bring in the hardwood. how does it look? >> reporter: they did it in no time. it has been the stage for some of the biggest sporting events in the country so far this year. we had the national football championship at levi stadium in january. the nhl all-star game here at the s.a.p. center a few weeks ago and now the biggest college tournament of the year. not even 24 hours after the san jose sharks skated on ice at the s.a.p. center the hardwood is already going down. >> so much goes on here. it just amazes me the turn around. >> reporter: the san jose sports authority is charged with attracting the biggest sporting events in the country to the ieas not a hard sell. >> it's a walkable footprint downtown. you stay in the hotel, go to the plaza, go to the convention center, go to the s.a.p.-u never
g get in the car. >> reporter: downtown bashes and restaurants are also stocking up. extra food and booze to keep up with the increased foot traffic of a national crowd. >> oh, yeah, pretty excited. it's three days, but it's totally five days, because you get the day before and the day after. >> reporter: britannia arms says it's great news for employees, because it means more work and more income. some downtown hotels are already sold out for the weekend. and the beer trucks are non-stop, as the capital of silicon valley rolls out the carpet for the big dance. and, as raj mentioned at the top, the tipoff here is on friday for the first round. the second round begins on sunday here at s.a.p. we're live in san jose, damian trujillo. up next, cracking down on e-cigarettes. the presidential race comes here to the bay area.
the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. the almonds to walter. the beaches to the bums. and the fog to, who else, karl. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california. good to be true. prosecutors say that )s because it wasn )t... and tonight, the while his s.a.t. score was
almost too good to be true, and prosecutors say because it wasn't his. a former uc berkley student may pay the price. it's the latest in the college scan de scandal. now what happens, melissa? >> reporter: we know jordan sidoo spent four years on the campus and graduated last year. now that his father is caught up in this college admission scandal, the university is investigating, and it could go so far as to revoke jordan's diploma. before he attended uc berkley, jordan sidoo was a high school student in canada hoping to set himself apart. this youtube video in 2014 showcases him as a coxan. >> breakfast is the most important meal of the day. and without it, it's hard to concentrate in the morning. >> reporter: uc berkley would
not confirm if this video was part of his college application, but what is clear is that there's new scrutiny over his s.a.t. score. according to federal prosecutors, jordan's father, a wealthy businessman from vancouver, paid someone $100,000 to take the s.a.t. on jordan's behalf. the indictment claims that person was 120 points shy of a perfect score of 2400. while the indictment does not flat-out say jordan was aware of the alleged scam, prosecutors say jordan did not take the s.a.t. test before the test taker took it on his behalf. prosecutors say jordan used the near perfect s.a.t. score on his college applications to yale, georgetown and uc berkley which he ended up attending in 2014. >> it's not that surprising that
we're involved in this. >> there's a silver lining. the fact that a lot of that scandal is being exposed. >> reporter: we know jordan left the bay area for vancouver, where he's working on a startup were his older brother also mentioned in that indictment. now i reached outtoda t and he responded back. he e-mailed back that he cannot talk to the media because of his father's legal situation. i'm melissa colorado, nbc bay area news. it targets kids and is no longer welcomed in our city, that is the message as the city attorney announced a crackdown that could make it impossible to buy e-cigarettes in the city. dennis herrera released two proposals on e-cigarettes and it would prevent companies like juul from operating on city property. it is currently located on pier 70. only e-cigarettes evaluated by the fda could be sold in the city. and currently, no vape company
meets that criteria. we are more than a year and a half away from the presidential election but candidates are already campaigning. amy klobuchar met with a small group in san francisco to discuss climate change. last weekend, two other democratic candidates, tulsi gabbard and andrew yang were in the bay air wrea as well. klobuchar said climate change has become a now or never issue. >> we need to make the case for the strange weather events happening in the midwest and make the argument as we look at the solutions that it's not economics versus the environment. no. in fact, if we do nothing, we have major economic problems. >> and get ready for more. another presidential candidate, bernie sanders, the senator will be in san francisco this sunday for a public rally. santa clara university has a new president, he's not officially on the job yet but already has big plans. he wants to make the private school more affordable for everybody.
his name is kevin o'brien and is a jesuit priest. his krcredentials are long. he taught at georgetown and cared four lepers cared for lepers in india. >> i'm just filled with gratitude. i will try every day to be worthy of the trust that santa clara's put into me. >> o'brien's first day on the job officially will be july 1st. let's bring in our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. and speaking of the first. tomorrow is the first day of spring, and we have a storm coming in. >> i now. it was hard with that cloud cover today, wasn't it? man. >> after the weekend we had. saw the clouds, oh, man. you probably want more sunshine, i'm guessing, after how active it has been in january and february. can you see right now on storm ranger mobile done luppler rada.
there's that next system right there starting to push the moisture. the central coast, getting to the bay area. we are seeing a few lightning strikes pop up. definitely instability that could spawn off thunderstorms as we go through the duration of the storm system. so let's get you a closer look at storm ranger, our mobile doppler radar. it's one of since in tx in the . it's going to take a while to fill in across the bay area. by 10:00 tonight we think we'll see that bubble up over the gilroy. the heaviest, 4:00 in the morning, widespread rainfall lasting through about 8:00 in the morning. then after that, we'll start to see that activity try to wind down. we would see some pop-up thunderstorms by tomorrow afternoon. once we hit tomorrow evening that storm system does begin to kifn here.
the best thing about this storm system is the allergies. they've been horrible with that sun, the wind picking up last week. pine, oak and cedar has been in the high category, but this rainfall is going to tamp it down. do expect your allergies to be a lot better tomorrow, even if this rain's got you the blues. we'll have more details in 20 minutes. >> excellent, we'll see you then, thanks, jeff. trying to revolutionize the industry. the reason why google thinks it can be a game changer in the competitive gaming business. a n
and its a game changer. google is getting in on the gaming business-- and in a big way. a new player has logged on, and it's a game changer. google is getting in on the gaming business in a big way. google making the announcement today at the game developer's conference in san francisco. announced a new platform they've created called stadia and features next-level stuff. it streams right from your web browser. you don't even need a controller, but google will sell
one. stadia will launch later this year. a lot of gamers aren't waiting on googles. the conference has come a long way since it kicked off way back in 1988. the first one was held in a garage in san jose. flash forward 31 years. there are 28,000 artists and engineers filling the moscone center with ideas, pushing passion projects forward. they all have one common theme. what's next? >> you have this really beautiful, diversity of voice that's being reflected in the games created these days. >> so much cool stuff coming gd. check it out. we have more coverage at nbcbayarea.com. san francisco's lyft is counting down the days until its ipo coco week. it c aobor $23 billion as a company.
scott mcgrew sat down with one of the investors for the latest in our podcast, sand hill road. >> she was a brand-new investor when a brand-new company, lyft, approached her for money. she invested when the company was tiny, worth just $5 million with an m. >> what right did i have to be writing checks at the time? i was a ph.d. candidate at stanford. so i hadn't finished my ph.d.. i had five years work experience and this guy mike maples had offered me a checkbook to write out of this madeup fund we called flood gate. >> can you find nbc bay area's sand hill road on apple podcast, google play or wherever you wntune in so you can listen to more. up next at 6:30. taking on twitter and facebook. president trump sharpening his attacks against the silicon valley. plus, he was in and out of
growing outrage, after president trump, again, goes right now at 6:30. holing holding a grudge, president trump goes after john mccain seven months after his death. at this point, it does seem personal. president trump facing a firestorm of criticism after going on a public rant about the late senator. >> mr. trump also going after
twitter claiming it's colluding against republicans. >> after dozens of tweets over the past few days, today president trump spoke in front of the camera, and just like his tweets, he did not hold back. today president trump with the president of brazil during a joint news conference, slamming social media platforms including facebook and twitter. saying the companies are working to silence republicans. >> it seems to be if they're conservative, if they're republicans, if they're in a certain group, there's discrimination and big discrimination. and we use the word collusion very loosely all the time. and i will tell you, there is collusion with res that. >> president trump also suggesting those companies should be held liable for content posted on their platforms. in something . >> something's happening with those groups of folks running facebook, google and twitter, and i do think we have to get to
the bottom of it. >> earlier in the oval office, president trump answering questions about his own twitter tirade, specifically tweets targeting senator john mccain, nearly seven months after his death, the president referencing his thumbs down vote on the obamacare repeal. >> i think that's disgraceful, plus there are other things. i was never a fan of john mccain and i never will be. >> i thought it repulsive. moral vandalism. >> making tone and civility central issues in their campaign against the president. >> when president trump first criticized senator mccain on senator's daughter, meghan responded by saying, quote, your life is spent on your weekends not with your family, not with your friends, but obsessing over great men you could never live up to. raj? some of our other headlines tonight, we continue to follow the developing story, a jury
found roundup can cause cancer. this is the first federal case to make the conclusion. in a state case last year, dwayne johnson sued monsanto and was eventually awarded 7$78 million. monsanto says it remains confident that roundup does not cause cancer. monsanto, this is a popular product. gardening season, a lot of people are going to be using it. why is it still on store shelves. ? >> i think the distributors of roundup will be taking a hard look at whether it should be in the stream of commerce. what's next is going to be the hiss going to be the 21st century asbestos. you're talking thousands and thousands of people who have been exposed to roundup. if these verdicts continue, i don't know how monsanto our its parent company bayer, are going
to be able to sustain. >> walmart, home depot, the pressure could be put on them. >> the next people they'll be looking to is the distributors. i think what you'll see is health warnings, perhaps the use of a mask. a lot more instructions to consumers on this very popular product. it's the most popular herbicide in the world. at some point, if the health risks are shown to be by these verdicts, monsanto and others are goto to make it more safe >> will there be more charges come about? people say it's happened to me s well? are suffering theis blose blood cancers, they'll be looking at their history, did they have exposure to this product. are y you have hundreds of people lining up.
at that level, you're going to dry up the assets for the other people involved. i think you may see the federal judge start marshaling these cases and trying to structure piecemeal settlements so there's a piece of the pie for everyone. >> like a class action here? >> what will happen is, you saw this with the asbestos injuries. the big players ran to bankruptcy court. you have to leave something left for the other people who will need the assets. so you may see funds set up, structured payment plans foreop link their exposure to roundup to their cancer. >> a lot of people will be impacted by this. some in the midwest are under water today after days of rain triggered floods in many states. vice president mike pence spekie devastation. mr. pence visiting with omaha,
one of the states experiencing flooding. waters are starting to recede. but with the recent flooding in sonoma county, a long recovery lies ahead. >> in places that are fully submerged. no access. people are still stuck in their homes. >> everybody out here wanted to live on an island, but this isn't what we were talking about. >> the flooding has left four people dead. before tuouring the flood-ravagd areas, vice president pence was in oracle headquarters. >> reporter: the meeting took place for a couple hours between vice president pence and silicon valley ceos. no news on what it was about or if it was a fundraiser, but not too surprising, given that the race for 2020 is already gearing up. several streets around oracle's redwood city headquarters were briefly shut down as vice
president pence came and went. >> it's actually pretty cool that the vice president gets to come in town. >> reporter: meeting with local ceos for about two hours. neither the vice president's office or oracle would offer up any details about what was discussed. most employees we spoke to say they didn't know anything either. >> we knew there was something happening because of all the garages and everything, were closed. >> a lot of people were kind of confused, what's happening here. >> reporter: okay, they didn't tell you the vice president was here? >> no, no. >> reporter: but they were mostly happy to host the vp who took time to tour the nearby design tech high school. >> apparently i went through a lot of the classrooms and talking to students. >> very good. must be something very important happening here. >> repr: heading back on board air force two and into the flood stranger to matters of technology. you may remember it was just last year he criticized google for its plan to customize a
search engine in china. reporting from oracle headquarters, scott budman, nbc bay area news. he's heading back to the farm. former defense secretary jim mattis is returning to stanford, three months after he resigned. he is rejoining the hoover institution to research and write about domestic and international security policy. mattis held the same role when president trump nominated him to be secretary of defense in 2016. he quit last december after a number of policy conflicts with mr. trump, including the president's decision to pull all u.s. troops out of syria. mattis' first day back at stanford is may 1st. this is no day at a cliff. skyranger was overhead this morning at marshal's beach north of baker beach. how the man got stranded there we don't know. but crews got him down and he is okay. up next, privacy versus
in solano county. you can there )s nothing left of two people are dead, two more hurt after an rv exploded in solano county. you can see there's nothing left of the rv roof. it happened around 4:30 this morning at the dixon mayfair grounds north of vacaville. a nightmare morning commute in the east bay stretched well into the afternoon. a semi-truck caught fire on the alta mont pass and noo hours. road.but parts of the big rig an traffic was backed up for hours at some point for miles. contra costa county has given the green light for cameras. you may have noticed similar plate-reading cameras above
intersections in danville and lafayette. they believe the cameras will immediately make a difference and locals agree. >> i would put one on my house, if i could. >> reporter: that bad? >> just, we've got a lot of people come from other cities. we get a lot of crime this the neighborhood. >> the 26 cameras will be placed along various places along the corridor. the price comes to $231,000. a north bay school district is narrowing down options this evening in the case it decides to go through with the name change. the dixie school district is holding a public hearing to debate two names. sew jr.er and live oak. district covers northern san rafael and is one of the oldest in marin county. we have to make peace with the rain, how long will it last? >> it's going to be moving in,
moving out pretty quick. doesn't look super, super long. you can see cloud cover with us right now with rain chances picking up later tonight. we'll talk more about this rain chance for tomorrow and a few others coming up. also we have the naked truth regarding these mannequins. this is happening in the north bay and neighbors aren't too happy about it. ♪ ♪ with the chase mobile app, all while putting on a runwayly show for new york fashion week. ♪ ♪ he could. or, he could make it even easier - and set up recurring payments to his neighbor. for cat sitting. (meow) whoa. you've groomed her, too.
trying to get the naked truth. if you're everle feeling ignored by an airline after a a complaint with the u.s. department of transportation. when you gripe there, the and . a lot of times the airlines then settle the dispute right then. other times, the feds step in and open an investigation. we put a link to the complaint form on our website, nbcbayarea.com/responds. look under the heading, consumer resources. if you have a consumer
complaint, you can call us. 888-996-tips. a santa rosa homeowner says he's just trying to get to the naked truth. see one of his neighbors complained about his fence being too tall. >> there's a lot more to the story. so he shortened the fence and added a few more features in protest. jodi hernandez reveals that the fence flap has become a tourist attraction. see for yourself. >> you want to see inside my yard, now you get to. >> reporter: that's the message jason wentdez hopes this sends to his neighbor for complaining that his fence was too high. >> i got a letter from the code enforcement lady saying my fence was too high and i had to cut it down to three feet. >> reporter: it did indeed violate code because it prevented drivers from seeing oncoming traffic. >> the city made me cut my fence to three feet.
>> reporter: so down came the fence and up went the yard art along with an invitation to the neighbor to join the party. the display has definitely been an attention grabber. he's been getting the thumbs up from passersby. >> i love it. i think it's hilarious. >> i had to come by peterson lane and check it out. >> reporter: the shortened fence can no longer keep his two dogs contained. >> all i have to do is say come on, let's go, they both jump over. >> reporter: so the dogs have to stay indoors while he and his mannequins soak in thean eithert or have fun with it. there's no sense getting angry. >> reporter: so far the neighbor who complained has remained anonymous, unlike these guys at the yard party, he or she has not revealed themselves. in santa rosa, jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> we see something new every
day. each tay they'day they're annou new concert for the chase center. the soon-to-be home of the warriors will host musicians. yesterday they announced metallica and the san francisco symphony will team up. and the black keys will be performing on november 20th. get ready, sky watchers, can you catch the last super moon of the year. it appears to be gigantic. it will coincide with the spring equinox that start of a new season, and that season is spring. >> spring starts at exactly what time? >> 2:58 p.m. that's pacific time. always in pacific time. >> right when we get to the weather center. you got the invitation, right? >> yes. >> we are all set for that. and we have a storm system moving in. it's going to bring back, yes, some rainfall. we got a break in there last
week with all that stshunshine. here it comes again. lots of the grapevines out there going to get wet as we head through the next 24 hours. right now, 62 degrees. we'll see the chance of scattered rainfall by 10:00 and 11:00 tonight and heavier rainfall once we hit tomorrow morning. and i'll get to why this one doesn't have any chance to missing the bay area. it's an elongated cold front. it's stretched out across most of the coastline. here's main reason why we think the south bay will have a better chance of rainfall first tonight. the wet weather is moving in from the south. it will hit the santa cruz mountains in the south bay with first chances of rainfall. storm ranger mobile doppler radar shows dry conditions. spotty showers in the pacific but nothing consistent developing right now.
as we get a look at my hour by hour forecast, you can see at 10:00 tonight we get rainfall moving into the south bay first by 10:00 p.m. with showers here through the santa cruz mountains as well. it gets heavier for you early commuters. if you get up at 4:00 in the morning, we know there's a commute that starts that early. you're going to have widespread rainfall in heavier pockets. the best chance would be 4:00 to8:t to 8:00 tomorrow morning. by the spotty shower fire off. and we'll see it head out once we t last all will be enough to get the roadways slick. rainfall totals, pretty simple, quarter to half inch for most of the bay area, and higher elevations in the north bay, santa cruz mountains that could be at three quarters of an inch. we always focus in on the rainfall. take a look at what we can expect. you need the jacket down here across the south bay, just 50s
in downtown san jose. very similar forecast here through contra costa, alameda counties. for the peninsula, redwood city, 57. going to san francisco, cool breeze at your back and 55. and right through marin, napa and sonoma counties, mid to upper 50s with chilliest at point reyes. my extended forecast does have a slight chance of a shower here on thursday. once we hit friday, a new system moving in. doesn't look overly strong. tenth to quarter of an inch possible. little bit of carryover rain into saturday morning, but we should dry off for most of saturday into sunday. that's good news on your weekend. then once we hit next week we are being looking looking at in chances of rainfall returning to the forecast. as we talked about, colder temperatures next several days. no more upper 70s, at least in this seven-day forecast. so spring officially starts
tomorrow. but we're kind of taking a little bit of a continue back into winter. i'm sure the umbrellas and jackets aren't too far behind in the back of the car or closets. you have to dig them out. >> we've been through this all winter long. up next, the warriors are trying to bounce back from a tough loss. we'll show you how they're doing in minneapolis ♪ [ camera shutter clicks ] the new galaxy s10 on xfinity mobile. the phone and network designed to do more. get $250 back on a new galaxy and save on the network with millions of wifi hotspots. say "get a galaxy" to learn more.
last night -- a tough loss in san antionio. t > all right, back to back road games for the warriors, that tough loss last night. hello minneapolis. steph curry scored 22 points in the third quarter alone. a few minutes later, andrew bogut, welcome back to the team. nice pass to the slashing klay warriors have a huge lead right now against the timber wolves. 101-81 in the fourth quarter. here's a question, kind of a silly question. how would you like to make $3 million a month years? seen sign me up. >> that would be a lot of month. mike trout just got it. he's been called a modern-day willie mays. and he agreed to the largest contract in pro sports history
by signing a 12-year deal worth $430 million to stay with them. >> i'll pay the taxes. can st. mary's go to defending the champs? the 11th seeded gales open up. >> they beat michigan to win it all last year. the ncaa championship in two years. they're coming off a big east tournament title. st. mary's, moraga coming off gonzaga. so can history repeat itself? in 2010, st. mary's was a ten seed and upset then second-seeded villanova. they appear to be peaking at the right time. >> this team makes some noise in the tournament? >> absolutely. this team's become a pretty good team. like it was an upset for sure.
but we, we've been pretty good the last five, six weeks. we change. we turned it around. became a good defensive team. and that changed the whole deal. >> okay. in my bracket, let's go, let's go st. mary's over villanova. 4:20 in the evening tipoff. doctors are calling it a fa game changer. the fda approving a drug for postpartum depression. 400,000 women a year. how is it different from anti-depressants? we'll show you at 11:00. >> thanks for watching and have a great evening. to simone, i leave the van gogh.
to jamie, well, let's just say, enjoy the ride. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. the almonds to walter. the beaches to the bums. and the fog to, who else, karl. all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california.
revealed. >> i have been living in a sober house. >> wiping away tears, pouring her heart out, her brave confession she is secretly in crisis behind the scenes. julia roberts a on the college admissions scandal. >> that to me is so sa parents everywhere. breaking today the jeff bezos sexting mystery solved? who reportedly leaked histectio for a $200,000 payoff te beckinsale making out with pete davidson. they put their relationship on full