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emeryville border. andria borba reports. >> reporter: this happened a block and a half down from the base of lombard street, that crooked section you see in so many photos, cannot walk around this neighborhood without seeing a tourist with a camera on a cell phone out and police say that is why this man was targeted. the winding asphalt of lombard street sets off thousands of tourist camera clicks a day. but this afternoon police were looking into the city's latest shooting. >> it could have been us. we were coming here and stopped for lunch. >> reporter: minutes after noon this man was on jones and lombard when a man stole his camera and ran. >> at that point, the victim tried to get his things back. >> reporter: he chased the suspect east on lombard and was shot. one victim hit him in the shoulder and the other in the side of a home. tourists turned their camera
toward the crime scene tuesday afternoon. with the worldwide media attention of the pier 14 shooting on their minds. >> i hadn't thought about it now until i saw this and then i i remembered it. >> reporter: across the street from an elementary school and near one of the most popular attractions in the bay area evidence markers were the focus of photos unexpected and unwelcome memories from the city by the bay. >> we got told areas we couldn't go in at nighttime so it was actually quite dangerous dangerous. scary. >> reporter: now, the victim was taken to san francisco general hospital to be treated for his injuries. live on lombard, andria borba, kpix 5. as soon as police got word of the shooting they launched a search for the getaway car. listen as officers scour the area to try to track it down. [ inaudible chatter ]
[ [ indiscernible ] >> victim shot in the shoulder. >> mark kelly picks up the story where the police chase ended. mark. >> reporter: ken, for three hours, the s.w.a.t. team had this neighborhood in oakland on lockdown while they were looking for their suspect. and shortly after 3:00 today, they found him. here you can see one of the two suspects strapped to a guerney hands tied behind his back paramedics putting him into the ambulance. now, police arrested the other suspect several hours earlier and we spoke with one woman who saw the arrest go down while she was picking up her child from daycare. >> at the time, i -- i -- i wasn't sure what they were picking him up for, um, so obviously a little more terrifying after -- after learning, um, what the incident
was. >> reporter: certainly is terrifying. police say these two men robbed and shot a san francisco tourist before fleeing here to oakland. now, there was a report that the suspect while he was on the run attempted to kidnap a 6- year-old boy in the neighborhood. but police tonight not confirming that simply saying at this time, there does not appear to be an intentional abduction. live in oakland, mark kelly, kpix 5. today we are getting our first look at what a developer is proposing for oakland's coliseum city. we are learning about the mix of retail and homes that will go around proposed stadiums for the raiders and the a's and the warriors. kpix 5's juliette goodrich spoke to the man behind the plan and juliette, even he admits the odds are, well, even at best. >> reporter: welcome to coliseum city. that's the plan the 10-year plan it's a vision we saw it
all on paper. it looks good on paper, but where's the money coming from? loyal raiders fans want nothing more than to see their team stay in oakland. >> i hope they don't go to l.a. because it would be a repeat thing. it would be not good for the fans. >> reporter: and today developer floyd kephart unveiled his plan to keep them here. welcome to coliseum city. a first look at plans for the 120-acre site design to transform the coliseum and surrounding area into a world class sports, entertainment, retail and residential complex. but the clock is ticking. the key part of the development plan financing the $900 million coliseum city. >> everybody knows what the time frame is. everybody knows that by october, there either has to be something that the raiders can take to the nfl with the city or the chances are there's going to be an application to
move. >> reporter: stadium consultant carmen policy told the nfl owners the raiders and chargers are committed to building a stadium in carson. but kephart says not so fast. the game isn't over. >> the raiders fabs are here. this is the area -- the raiders fans are here. this is the area, they eat sleep and live it here. >> reporter: fans say while they may get the financing in l.a. they just won't get the love there. >> we're loud. we're there, supportive, no matter what, win or lose. we're always there. >> reporter: kephart says the deal is possible but only if the city council agrees to allow him to purchase the 120- acre land that will be used for development. >> commercial development, the development of a new stadium for the raiders, the expansion of the ballpark for the a's. the ability to provide a site for the warriors is not economically feasible. >> reporter: we are just weeks away from decision time,the crucial decision time.
what are the odds? well, developers said today it's 50/50. in oakland, juliette goodrich, kpix 5. >> alameda county said it is willing to sell its share of the land where the coliseum city complex would go in. the san jose police department has a new pension deal that the city hopes will bring back officers. this afternoons the city council approved an agreement. it will give officers raises and bonuses. those who left the force are eligible to get the bonus should they return. the department once had 1400 officers but after the pension reform mention passed in 2012 -- measure passed in 2012, the city was down to 900 officers. >> we have an opportunity to do what many in our police department and many in our community have long-awaited which is to gun the rebuilding process in our department. >> san jose expects to save $1.7 billion over the next 30 years with the agreement. a judge still needs to sign off on the deal. a bay area congressman
jumping into a campaign 2016 debate. representative mike honda is taking aim at jeb bush's recent comments on so-called anchor babies. kpix 5's devin fehely with his fire eve response. >> doesn't matter the group he is talking about anybody who has children here, those children are natural born u.s. citizens. >> reporter: congressman mike honda says jeb bush's recent comments about anchor babies children born in the u.s. to illegal immigrants were mean- spirited and misguided and he says bush's attempts to clarify his original comments have only deepened the controversy. >> what i was talking about was the specific case of fraud being committed where there's organized efforts and frankly it's more related to asian people, coming into our country, having children and that organized effort taking advantage of -- of a noble concept which is birth right citizenship. >> he was trying to dig himself out of a hope that he should stop shoving.
>> reporter: our own reporting found underground businesses here in the bay area and in los angeles that cater to so-called birth tourism. this home in san jose we learned was rented by chinese women who wanted to give birth here and get dual citizenship for their children. from the discussion of anchor babies to donald trump's disparaging remarks about mexican immigrants being rapists and murderers, congressman honda says he is disturbed by the overall tone of republican candidates' comments about immigration. the u.s. honda says is a country of immigrants, a fact that we should not forget. >> this country historically him grants that came here with documents or undocumented and had children here and with the full expectation that the child was born here they are going to be u.s. citizens. >> reporter: trump says he would get rid of the 14th amendment altogether and with it its guarantee of automatic citizenship for children born in the u.s. regardless of their parents' immigration status. an idea likely to endear him to
conservatives while potentially alienating him from voters he might need in a general election. >> this is america. i guess even people like trump have a right to their opinions. and we have a right to accept or reject him. i reject his premise. >> reporter: devin fehely, kpix 5. still ahead, how would you like to live next door to this? neighbors are calling it an eyesore but say their complaints are ignored for years. >> plus, a bay area campus feeding the top tech companies with talent. but it may not be the school you would guess. >> and we are looking at a >> and we are looking at a mixture of sun and cl
steinle. detectives testified juan francisco lopez-sanchez admitted shooting the 32-year- old woman on a crowded pier 14 last month. but claimed it was accidental. the hearing is to determine if he will be tried for murder. detectives also presented pictures that tourists captured of a man walking away from the crime scene last july as others rushed in to help. the hearing continues tomorrow. across the bay another hearing in a high-profile murder case in court. 21-year-old mark estrada is facing capital murder charges for killing hayward police sergeant scott lunger during a traffic stop. the courtroom was packed with police and the suspect's family. his new attorney says the defendant is a good kid from a good family. the d.a.'s office filed special circumstances charges which means that estrade could face the death penalty. an oakland hills eyesore years in the making a neighborhood wants the city to act after a home under
construction was abandoned. new at 6:00 kpix 5's john ramos shows us the project with no end in sight. >> animals -- >> reporter: like a lot people, she wanted to live in the natural beauty of the oakland hills. so she bought a home here even though it was next door to where another house was being built. >> then i started looking close and i'm like those boards don't look new. >> reporter: in fact, not much here is new. neighbors say this construction site has looked like this for at least five years. they say a couple of years ago the city posted this blight notice but nothing has changed. the project remains stalled. >> they say there's nothing they can do about it. this man is currently building other houses in this area but not finishing this one. >> reporter: the owner a small project developer named sy tong says he wants to finish the house but lost so much money in the building recession he couldn't afford it. he says the neighbors need to have patience when he reapplies
for a permit. but they lost that a long time ago. >> we have to look at this awful thing every day and no action. >> if you are wondering why city hall isn't forcing him to continue building, it's because they can't. >> well, we can't make him get a permit. what we can do is make him clean up the property and make sure it's safe. that's all we have in our authority unfortunately. >> reporter: the city says they can't seize the property. and as long as he meets health and safety requirements, the owner can't be compelled to build on it. so the residents have to sit and wait until the builder finishes the job. in oakland, john ramos, kpix 5. >> the property owner admits thieves have come to the area and stolen lumbar and rebar from the site. san jose state as a new stat to boast about tonight. spartan grads are beating out other top uc grads when it comes to landing tech jobs. new at 6:00 kpix 5's len ramirez has more on the alumni
of san jose state and the silicon valley boom. len. >> reporter: ken, a lot of people might want to know what's the best way to get a job -- a good job in silicon valley? it turns out it may be to just walk out of those gates holding a diploma. when it comes to getting hired in silicon valley, san jose state grads are leading the way. matthew is a computer engineering student who worked at cisco and now has a paid internship at a silicon valley startup. >> when i look around at my peers where i work there's a lot of people from state that, you know, they just -- they kick butt and they really are good at what they do. >> reporter: san jose state tops stanford and cal for the most alum working at apple according to linkedin's new education search utility. >> the top three is cisco, apple and hewlett-packard. >> reporter: and job buy the recruiting platform found silicon valley companies hire more san jose state alums than any other school in the
country. >> we have 20,000 recruiters competing for our talent. >> one of the things san jose state is known for is how students roll up their sleeves and get to work. >> reporter: work ethic and work experience. san jose state partners with silicon valley temp agency slingshot connections to plug students into jobs while they are still in school. >> they are not just going to school. you're also, you know, working on the side. >> reporter: he ought to know. he graduated san jose state in human resources last may and went right to work full time at slingshot. >> i think there's an urgency to get out in the workforce especially in the silicon valley. we have all these high-tech companies local so, it makes a world of difference. >> reporter: proximity to those silicon valley companies is definitely a plus for san jose state students. the other thing is it's a lot of smart people going to san jose state and the word is getting around. there are now 33,000 students here this semester and many of
them are coming from other countries, foreign enrollment up from places like india and china. the word is definitely getting out even around the world about san jose state. live in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. it is the first day of classes at sonoma state university and students might be noticing the campus is a little more crowded, as well. enrollment has hit a record 9400 students. the school will be losing its president at the end of the year. he is retiring after 24 years the longest tenure in the csu system. the "jerusalem fire" fully contain. that wildfire erupted in lake county more than two weeks ago destroying six homes and nearly 2 dozen other buildings. it charred more than 25,000 acres. cal fire still looking for the cause. and firefighters on the central coast are running into a big problem. poison oak. nearly 200 firefighters have had allergic reactions while
trying to get a handle on the "cuesta fire" near santa marguerita. that fire is in steep rugged terrain in the san luis obispo county where the plant thrives and cal fire says there's just no way they can avoid it. >> they need some rain. there's some in the forecast? i don't know that it's going to help the firefighters. we have a little taste of rain likely saturday. i'll talk more about that and the timing and who might see some of those showers coming up in just a bit but first, let's take a live look outside right now. you can see clouds moving back in. low clouds and fog have been the story every night for the last week or so. we will see them back in once again tonight. highs today impressive. 93 morgan hill. livermore. 80 san jose. 67 your high temperature in san francisco. high pressure remains in place dominating the forecast although we are going to see a change here as low pressure starts to take over, over the next couple of days towards the second half of the week. seasonal weather continues
through thursday with sun and clouds of course, as well. here's a look at what to expect as you head over the next 24 hours. low clouds moving back in tonight though pleasant weather mixture of sun and clouds tomorrow. big changes as i said a little bit of rain in the forecast by late week. and in the meantime your travel forecast for tomorrow partly cloudy lake tahoe 82 degrees. mostly cloudy in eureka and partly cloudy in monterey 73 tomorrow it. ukiah plenty of sunshine 93 there. inland temperatures warming up into the 90s tomorrow. folks in fairfield concord expect 90 there. 93 in livermore. 84 san jose. 70s around the bay. 76 in oakland. 69 san francisco. and 60s along the coast. a little bit of everything in this extended forecast. we are going to stay warm with plenty of sunshine for wednesday. staying warm although increasing clouds on thursday. it's friday that the temperatures start to drop. we increase those clouds making way for a chance of showers saturday, primarily north of the golden gate.
so not a major rainout. but a few folks will see showers and again mostly for the northern portion of our viewing area. those showers short-lived. sunshine once again in the forecast sunday. temperatures staying below seasonal norms still warming back up sunday into early next week. and that sunshine does return. >> how about that. >> we'll take it. >> even a little rain would be good. >> we'll take any rain we can get. >> we'll take it. all right, thank you. an american hero is on the way home. anthony sadler stopped off in oregon on the way back to sacramento. the 23-year-old student at sacramento state and two of his friends are credited with stopping an armed terrorist from atag every taking passengers on -- attacking passengers on a train bound for paris. a parade is planned in his honor. he will start his senior year next monday and offers are pouring in to pay for his tuition. >> a fourth american is identified as another hero in the train attack. virginia native mark moogalian was first to encounter the
armed train gunman. moogalian was shot as he tried to wrestle the gun away. he is still hospitalized but will receive his own french medal of honor when he is feeling better. still ahead, keeping drones away from your house. the new move meant to protect your privacy. >> plus a new tactic to stop a serial tagger. instead of handcuffs, one city ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
many california state agencies are vulnerable who hackers. only four out of 77 agencies meet the state's security standard. this could put social security numbers and other sensitive personal information at risk. the report also found many of the agencies have not planned for outages or disasters. so who is hovering over your head? well, there is a push at the state capital to keep drones from flying over california homes. reporter ian schwartz on the battle over privacy zones. >> reporter: drones are here to
stay but anyone who flies them or is annoyed by them should know about a bill that's already cleared one hurdle at the capital. >> they are being used both very productively and also in ways that are a threat to our public safety. >> reporter: senator jackson of santa barbara and ventura county says drones also bring serious privacy concerns. if her bill gets to the governor's desk, it would establish a no drone fly zone of 350 feet above private property. >> you are not allowed to jump over your fence into your neighbor's yard without their permission. the same thing should apply to a drone. >> reporter: she says peeping toms could use them in the wrong way. >> it was surprising to the community though. >> reporter: a drone pilot and et indicatedder with joan democrats says most people says most people -- a drone pilot and educator says most people
fly them responsibly. the initial backlash changed. he says as they become more popular states should be working on education and reasonable regulations. >> we have to have some commonsense regulation because these are not acceptable to everybody. >> that was ian schwartz reporting. several other states have successfully passed bills to limit drone use. just when we thought it was back on track, the stock market changed in an instant. today's bumpy ride on wall street. >> plus, apologies tonight for a group of women who say they were kicked off the napa valley wine train. how the company is trying to make amends.
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two men are in custody after a robbery and shooting at a tourist in san francisco at landmark. police say one of the men grabbed a camera from a tourist on lombard street then tried to run away. the tourist gave chase and was shot. that suspect and a getaway driver led police on a chase across the bridge. both were caught in oakland. the tourist is in the hospital but will be okay.
the developer behind oakland's ambitious coliseum city plan is showing off what would go around a proposed stadium for the a's, raiders and warriors. it would be a mix of shops and homes. but the developer says it's now the city's job to take the concept and try to make a deal with the team mike honda chiming in on jeb bush's anchor babies comments that were linked to asians. honda says it doesn't matter what ethnic group bush was talking about; anybody who has children here, those children are u.s. citizens. so not quite the roller coaster it was yesterday. but the stock market proved to be as unpredictable as ever. cbs reporter marlie hall with today's ups and downs. >> reporter: the rally that investors were looking for the didn't last. the dow jones industrial average which was up more than 300 points most of the day fizzled just before the close. it ended down more than 200 points. >> not quite panic but real
concern. real i better get may money out of the market right this second. >> reporter: the early rally came after china's central bank cut the key interest rate to energize the world's second largest economy. a new survey here in the u.s. also found increased consumer confidence this month. >> the market fundamentals here in the u.s. market are still pretty strong. >> reporter: the markets haven't had a correction in four years an investors say it was about time for one. long-term investors are encouraged to sit tight and ride it out. >> i would definitely stay in the market. don't panic. don't sell whatever you do. >> reporter: experts also warn the road could be bumpy. fall is typically the most volatile season on wall street. marlie hall, cbs news, new york. >> mentioned results after the closing -- mixed results after the closing bell for some big companies. apple is down more than 1%. chevron trading slightly higher. visa is still taking a beater down 2% during trading and is
down another 1% after hours. here's a final look at today's numbers: the fbi is offering a reward for information on an alleged murder suspect in watsonville. 23-year-old marcus daniel robles allegedly participated in a shooting last year that killed two people including a 4- year-old girl. the fbi is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to his arrest. in october of last year police say marcos robles killed a 33- year-old man in a motel parking lot. bullets went into a nearby restaurant killing a 4-year-old girl. the crime shook the community of watsonville. >> this is one of the most serious crimes we have ever had here. we would hope that the community would understand the importance of getting hold of us right away to let us know where they might be. >> investigators believe robles may still be in the united states or he may have fled to
mexico. fbi officials say robles should be considered armed and dangerous. city of san francisco trying something different in its battle against graffiti taggers. for the first time, it is taking those caught defacing property to civil court. there, they may be forced to pay thousands of dollars. the first tagger being tried under the new law goes by the handle, cozy terry. she may owe the city over $50,000 if the city wins in court. >> we hope it will work. we think if people are hit in the pocketbook they might think twice as a deterrent for future vandals and serial graffiti taggers. that they might think twice again about not doing this again if they have to actually pay for the damage they do. >> city figures it's easier to get a conviction in civil court than to go through criminal court. this is the first time this new law is being used. a san francisco motorcycle officer is recovering after crashing while responding to a
call this morning. police say a driver changed lanes into the officer's path near leavenworth and golden gate. he was hit and slammed into a parked car. the driver stayed on scene. the officer was rushed to the hospital but will be okay. the officer was responding to this accident. a porsche hit a pedestrian at 6th and stevenson. witnesses say the pedestrian was pinned under the car. there are reports an angry mob began yelling at the driver to stop. some reportedly threw coffee at the car. the pedestrian's injuries are described as life-threatening. well, san francisco's former archbishop is facing dui charges. william joseph levada was arrested last thursday on hawaii's big island. police say he was weaving on a highway about midnight. the 79-year-old levada retired in 2012. at the time the highest ranking american cardinal at the vatican. he was an opponent of gay marriage and led a 2004 march to oppose same-sex marriage
licenses. after his arrest levada issued a statement saying, quote, i regre my error in judgment. he isn't the first high ranking catholic in the bay area to be arrested for dui. cordileonearchbishop cordileone pleaded guilty recently to misdemeanor reckless driving. a ceo is apologizing to members of a women's book club who say they were kicked off a wine train because of their race. over the weekend, ceo says the company was 100% wrong in its handling of the issue and he says we accept full responsibility for our failures and for the chain of events that led to this regrettable treatment of our guests. cbs reporter mariah villareal talked to a member of the group about what she calls an embarrassing unnecessary situation.
>> reporter: lisa johnson and her so friends thought they were about to embark on a fun day out with their book club boarding the napa valley wine train. but before they had even left the station johnson says the group was approached by a worker and asked to keep it down. >> hadn't even left yet, no wine, no anything. >> reporter: then she posted photos on facebook of her group enjoying the wine and each other. but according to the company, others on the train car were complaining the women were making too much noise? >> were you loud? >> i don't think so. but with 11 people there's a certain a noise with that. we weren't intoxicated. >> reporter: the company said after three warnings they had to remove them from the train. but even some of their own employees seemed to enjoy the group's vibes. >> oh, thank you. >> thank you. >> nothing you never heard before, right? >> reporter: just halfway into the trip the women were escorted off the train and
offered transportation back to napa. >> so distraught. humiliating. >> we shouldn't have been subjected to being ejected from a train for laughing while we were black. that's pretty much what we firmly believe. >> reporter: johnson says she captured this screen image of the statement by the company which has since been deleted. it said in part, the wine train has its own railroad police that escort the train every day following verbal and physical abuse towards other guests and staff, it was necessary to get our police involved. >> if that were the case, when we were escorted off the train into the arms of those four waiting police officers, why were we never questioned about that? >> reporter: the company issued a statement to cbs news. 11 guests were asked to leave our train for being noisy and disrupting the experience of our passengers. we want to apologize to them for their experience and listen to their concerns and complaints. johnson says she is speaking out because she doesn't want
anyone to have to live through her experience. and hopefully put the napa valley wine train policies on a less judgmental track. >> napa valley wine train is promising additional training for employees on cultural diversity and sensitivity and offer the group free passes for 50 people for a future trip. still ahead liquor bottles on board the international space station. space station. but they say ,,,,
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prices as much as 9%. bloomberg reports the jewelry retailer and other producers are under pressure to cut supply and lower prices in order to boost says. the japanese liquor company is going where no distiller has gone before. san torrie which owns whiskey brands jim beam and makers mark is sending a case of liquor into space but not for the astronauts. the company wants to find out what happens to the aging process and if it's any fastener orbit. [ laughter ] >> the stash will be kept at the international space station for a year and then brought back to earth. donald trump insults a prominent latino journalist and then has security haul him away. what set off this confrontation. i'm going to tell you tonight on bay area nightbeat; come join me at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. and after a sunny day the clouds are rolling back in once again. this is just the beginning of some changes in the forecast. i have details coming up.
and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, a former 49ers allegations turn out to be true. >> you have to have a fall guy in the crew. >> the giants have been the fall guys least in the wild card standings. >> i wouldn't say that if felt like that. >> and childhood friends become nfl teammates. >> i think i was more excited ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
if you miss the fare thee well tour there is another chance to see three of the members of the grateful dead. they have formed a spinoff dead called dead & company. they will be doing four shows in san francisco and los angeles in late december. grape growers in sonoma county say they are cutting whack on their water use during the drought. the target is 25% and it is a voluntary cut back. most of the state standards set for sonoma are less than that. the grape growers association says the grapes are one of the most efficient crops out there. typically they need the equivalent of 3 to 6 inches of rainfall a year to thrive.
>> we have some rain in the forecast jules. is napa going to see some of it? >> i don't think so. you might see sprinkles. itly rain primarily north of the golden gate bridge. rate now sunshine is the story. -- right now sunshine is the story. low clouds overhead. 66 san bruno. 72 oakland. 64 san francisco. and livermore 87. you topped out in the 90s today. it was another sunny and warm day. high pressure remains a key player in the forecast. although we do have low pressure moving in it's going to switch up in the second half of the week. increasing clouds overnight tonight and likely coastal fog if you head out the door tomorrow morning but pleasant weather sunshine again.
tomorrow afternoon really sticking around for the next couple of days. big changes that we mentioned in terms of rain coming by later this week heading into the weekend. mild overnight lows 50s and 60. tomorrow highs ranging from 70s to the 90s. right around average or a little above average for this time of the year. 90 in concord is above average of 87. 90 your high in los gatos. 84 sunnyvale and palo alto. 74 hayward. 68 pacifica. inland the warmest spots in the low 90s. pittsburg, antioch 90. 92 brentwood. 70 for the most part around the bay. 83 mill valley. 67 daly city. 69 san francisco. 80 in petaluma tomorrow. farther north temperatures warmer still 94 lakeport. 93 clearlake. 94 tomorrow in cloverdale. your extended forecast shows really more of the same for the next couple of days. increasing clouds though for thursday although temperatures do stay seasonably warm.
friday we start to dip. and that's when temperatures begin to cool increasing cloud cover. a chance of showers mainly north of the golden gate on saturday. its short-lived. not enough to dent the drought. plenty of sunshine for you as we move back into early next week. and temperatures though not as warm as right now, will be just slicely below average for this time of the year. mixture of sun and clouds. can't complain. a slash of rain that we get on saturday north of the golden gate is about the most exciting thing i have in the forecast. >> it will be a beautiful weekend. >> a pleasant forecast. >> perfect forecast. >> thank you. in the weeks leading up to super bowl 50 in the bay area we are high lighting members of the community making a difference to those around them. this week the super bowl host committee is recognizing a man
with his 26 playmaker grant. he is with the urban debate league and work with low income youth from east palo alto and san jose. the playmaker grant will help fund the league's first season opener tournament. to learn more about these playmakers and also how you can volunteer at super bowl 50, head online to cbssf.com/superbowl. ,,
you hope the giants get a little offense going on this. >> i was saying that. >> yeah. >> you were saying t ? yes. >> veronica is talking sports! that's impressive. the giants bat were silent on the recent road trip with 2 runs a game. the result, now 6.5 game deficit, yes,en ? >> she knew that. >> she did. >> you told me. >> 6.5 game in the wild card over the giants, the cubs in town tonight. could be a critical series for the giants to remain in the wild card race. the cubs haven't wouldn't the
worlds since 1908. pressure, what pressure? >> absolutely love it. i love the fact that we are, the fact that the games are meaningful. people are going to use the word pressure a lot and scrutiny. i love that. i think it's great. it's good for our guys. we anticipate being there this year and years to come. if you want to run away from the word pressure you'll never be in a significant moment in your life. >> guy's a great soundbyte. you know former 49er linebacker chris borland in an espn article said at last season's nfl rookie symposium a former player told rookies they needed a fall guy so they could avoid trouble. the player turned out to be hall of fame wide receiver chris carter and this video has gone viral. >> and just in case y'all not gonna decides to do the rye thing, if y'all got a crew , y'all got to have a fall guy in the crew.
let my home boys know, i need to know who gonna be the fall guy, who gonna be driving because y'all not all going to do the right stuff right? so i got to teach y'all how to get around all this stuff, too. if you gonna have a crew, one of these fools gonna know he is going to go to jail. >> the nfl removed the video from his website. cart later apologized for the comments. let's hope [ indiscernible ] is getting his advice from his high school buddy and teammate. >> they aren't household names in the bay area. it's a different story in mobile, alabama. davidson high school has been a hotbed for the 49ers of late. >> the san francisco 49ers select tarp. >> reporter: he was taken in the second round a year following jimmy ward who went to san francisco in the first round. >> when it happened i was excited. i was more excited for him than when i got drafted. >> reporter: but they took different routes to the nfl.
once high school was over they went their separate ways. ward to illinois, tart to stanford where he sat out his first year. >> he got the plays freshman year. he is a true freshman. i'm like man, football, i mean, ideal for me. >> let me say it first. so i remember the first time he hit me up y'all gonna make it to the nfl man i'm going to focus on school and all that it's a positive to focus on school but he was just doubting his self too early i'm like why you downing -- i knew he was good. next year we end up comparing stats and then he was out- stating me by picks and making plays tackles, too. >> you had me on tackles. >> reporter: nearly 800 miles apart they competed like teammates fighting for playing time. but in four years, they were barely able to see each other. but little did they know a reunion would be coming in the bay area. >> man, we hang, we sometimes
go to the movies, sometimes relax, sometimes chill with, you know, females. sometimes chill by ourself. mainly, watching film, studying film. >> reporter: it seems friendly competition stays on the football field. did you guys ever fight over girls or -- >> no. no. we -- >> none of that. >> yeah, nah. didn't ever mess with the same girl. probably. [ laughter ] >> probably. those guys are going to play saturday on channel 5 against the broncos. our channel 5 golf expert hooked on golf today celebrated his 42nd wedding anniversary. and you know how he did it? he took me fishing. >> good night, that is a huge fish! >> yeah. he took me fishing. >> wow. >> and we caught this 15-pound salmon. we are going to have for dinner tonight. >> yum. >> right out beside the bay but
john -- you know, 42nd anniversary, right? and he took me fishing. >> that's what they look like when they grow up. >> catch of the day, that's ken. send us your pictures firstname.lastname@example.org. >> did you really catch that, ken? >> of course. >> ken did catch that. john right now is having dinner. by the way with his wife at doubletree in burlingame so he just wanted to let everybody know he didn't spend the whole day with me. >> now, did you take the fish down to burlingame and have the chef cook it? >> i give gave him half. perhaps he is having it now. >> 15 pounds? >> 15-pounder. >> could you bring that in and feed us too. >> come over to the house for dinner. cooking it up right now. >> happy anniversary, john and miss us. for news throughout the evening the latest news and weather are always on our weather are always on our website, find options to fit your budget. nah, nah, insurance, nah, nah, nah, discount. my name's flo, you want to go out with me? no. uh-huh-huh!
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