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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: now at eight. >>how confident are you that you can get a deal done tonight >> pam: talking. but not to the media. striking bart unions return to the bargaining table. the two day walkout forcing commuters to rise far before dawn. >>it is very very frustrating >> pam: and sit in traffic for hours. >>worst traffic i have ever seen r >> pam: happening right now . hope tonight that a deal will be reached. negotiations between bart
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officials and its biggest unions are continuing in oakland. it is the first time the two sides are back at the negotiating tablekron 4's scott rates is live outside the negotiations with the latest. scott? >> so with that we look for to move this process forward. 4 p. 5% annually where are you guys that continuing our coverage >> so in total of 8%. >> reporter: hamas will go
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room is there on your side? >> pam: lisa reid was at the oakland station where a representative from a board of directors from bart were there in support. ferries heading out of san abc 7 new. >> will be joined by martinez she is extremely well known and competent and very smart and brilliant. so we're very excited that she will be able to join the bargaining. one supporter that stood >> reporter: 1 supporter that stood out. there to represent everyone that includes management, working families in his constituents. everyone that
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makes bart worked. >> we cannot neglect the other part of your family. us or them the idea is that when i was elected to make sure that this thing works. now i am with the bart. with these folks here they gave back 100 million last year all they're asking is to be treated with respect. on with this whole situation is just a matter of respect curry it hoping in resolution is met soon kron 4 news police to reach >> pam: kron 4's charles clifford is live at the ferry building. where people are still lining up to catch the last ferry home.
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>> reporter: if you take a look behind me there's about a hundred people waiting to take the ferry. >> for a second straight day, long lines of commuters waited to board ferrys crossing the bay. the san francisco bay ferry service reported that on monday 17,900 people rode the ferrys. that's 3 times as many passengers as normal. the service also expects that ridership levels will remain high as long as bart workers are on strike. commuters i spoke with on tuesday were eager for bart and the to come to an agreement so things can get back to normal. think about everybody that your impacting by not talking and not trying to come to a resolution. >>compromise.. come to an agreement please. >> reporter:many commuters are also depending on bus
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service to get back and forth across the bay. >> reporter: charles clifford kron 4 news. >> pam: here's kron four's jeff bush. with how long people are waiting to get on board. >> reporter:the lines are streching around the corner for most of the buses headed to the east bay. many commuters that i talked to say they are looking at an hour to two hour wait. let's take some video and show you what it's like and you can see that people are taking a seat on the ground because of the wait. most people are patient but, as you can imagine, the wait is an agrivating reminder that bart is not working. >>man, i don't normally take the bus but you got to get around you know? it sucks. it really sucks.
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>>this line is so backed up that we have to wait for the next bus but the first bus is supposed to have been here. so, it's definatly taking a long time. >> reporter:we just came into the city >> for the day and i have idea how long it's going to take. it's my first day for taking the bus. it was hektic enough getting here in the morning. i don't know, half an hour, maybeok, three hours. i'm not looking forward to this wait. not at all. >> reporter:most of these people are patient but these long lines are a constant reminder that the bart trains are not running. i'm jeff bush at the trans bay terminal in san francisco, kron four news. >> reporter: in oakland. the a's game is >> pam: underway right now. and fans had a tough time gettting to the game tonight. bart is a main transit service for fans headed to the game. >> pam: kron 4's j-r stone is live outside the
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coliseum. to tell us how the strike is affecting fans getting to the game? j.r.? >> reporter: some of those cars out there all of the parking lots are open which are not usually open but that is with a stick to help out the situation in regard to bart. >> terrible, you rely on bart so you do not have to pay the parking and stand in line to get in and out of the parking lot. i wish bart will pay me back fare is their right? >> it's tough to walk around and he used the torah. it is just an inconvenience for everyone. great for aids because they are making money on parking
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lots. they have to get together and work on this spirit >> i think that they will get within me from this strike from the strike but a lot of people are suffering from the strike. >> reporter:the giants on the short end >> pam: of a no-hitter in cincinnati. kron four's grant lodes joins me now with the story. >> reporter:it's been a rough month or so for the giants and it got worse tonight.for the first time in ten years the giants failed to pick up a single hit.
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>> reporter:homer bailey tossing his second no-no in 10 months. >> reporter:ahead at eight. >> this crowd will tell you what is going to happen. on the ground to third no- hitter. (cheers & applause) >> reporter: 97 mi. per hour. no-hitter for have bailey homer daily. he also pitched the last no-hitter
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of 2012. reds beating the giants. not a good night for the giants. tough on gary will have a lot more on the giants and a's, not. >> jacqueline: another hot day around the bay area with temperatures in the triple digits any number of places. when all two in concord, 1 07 and pleasanton and livermore. and we take a look up side we are seeing cloud cover from the bay area from the bay bridge toll plaza sitting and over oakland with that tropical
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moisture making its way up to the south definitely impacting the sierra. and we have more of it on the way. tonight we can definitely expect that fault to return to the gulf coast line. but cooler near the week's end. >> jacqueline: >> pam: guards at a california prison. stunned to discover what was inside a box. tossed over the prison fence. plus: how celebrity chef paula deen is associating the overturning of prop 8. and day two of the bart strike. and a glimmer of hope tonight. as both the bart unions and officals meet to hopefully strike a deal. >> pam: stay with us as our coverage continues. if you shoot off a gun to celebrate the 4th of july holiday. and you will risk going to jail. that's the message from police all around the bay tonight.
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look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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crackdown. >> pam: kron4's rob fladeboe has more now on the coming crackdown. >> reporter: like as it lights up the computer displays here at 'shot- spotter' headquarters in newark. and that's where police gathered to issue a stern warning about celebratory gunfire. >> you are engaged in felonious conduct is very dangerous and you do not need to your fire arms to go out and celebrate this july 4th. >> reporter:this chart shows how 18-percent of the gunfire picked up by shotspotter listening posts in san francisco, oakland, richmond, san pablo,
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redwood city and east palo alto over the 4th of july holiday in recent years are indeed celebratory gunfire. that's 2 and a half times the daily average and police are aiming to put a stop to it. >> reporter:based on this and some 2,000 other gunfire locations detected so far this year police are confidant they can predict where much of the gunfire in the days ahead will be coming from and take action. shotspotter can also hear illegal fireworks, which sounds like this. >> reporter:while they're focus will be on the gunfire, police say they can use the shotspotter information to go after users of illegal fireworks after the holiday. in east palo alto rob fladeboe kron 4 news. new at eight. >> pam: authorities at salinas valley state prison saw a person throw a package over the fence of the prison. and you won't believe what was inside the box. staff at the salinas prison
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recovered the package. take a look at all the stuff that was inside the box. among the items found -- 21 cellphones. more than two dozen cell phone charges. lighters. hypodermic needles. the list goes on. >> pam: staff members say drugs -- such as heroin, marijuana, and crystal meth were also found inside the box. >> reporter: you can see the flames your coming out from behind the trees. a really high heat and the firefighters are doing everything they can. 200 homes burned and structures with hundreds of people have told the kid out in evacuate. this is where the 19 firefighters died in this fire. robbery.
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tragedy in arizona tonight. right now, authorities are >> reporter: continuing to battle a massive wildfire. as a local community mourns the loss of 19 firefighters caught in the blaze. >> reporter: "the town of prescott, arizona, has little time to mourn the loss of 19 members lives rages on. >>"it is an extremely difficult fire and situation >> reporter:heavy winds and extremely dry conditions are just some of the obstacles facing firefighters. >> reporter:today, additional help came in the form of four military c-130 aircraft, which will drop fire retardant and water on the blaze. three more aircraft will be sent on wednesday. >>"we are number one in the nation on the sit report, which means that all eyes are on us right now"
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>> reporter:families have been evacuated from their homes. >> reporter:officials say these evacuations could last up to 5 to 7 days or more. for now, the concern is keeping residents -- and firefighters -- safe. >>"we could with 80 mph winds expect to see extreme fire behavior, rapid rates of >> reporter:the 19 firefighters killed on sunday were part of an elite crew in charge of digging barriers and clearing out brush that could fuel the fire. at a memorial last night, those who knew the victims struggled to comprehend the tragedy. >>"when i received the news that 19 of our brave firefighters had been taken from us, i was beside myself / all i can say is, for every one of you that wears blue, i love you." (crying) >> reporter: reporting. " >> jacqueline: let's take a
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look the temperatures in your neighborhood at the coastline again temperatures in the upper sixties boggle across the bay and down to the peninsula to have 82 in san mateo and 92 for redwood city. east bayshore checking in in the '80s as well. 70's in places like richmond, berkeley and east bay shores or inland valleys with triple digits with 1 05 tomorrow in redwood. 100 and danville and 101 for plaza 10. and the low 90s again will hit 95 in los gatos. and 94 in campbell. claim to the upper 80s and low valley and 964 napa. excessive heat warnings
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remain in effect widespread selling triple digits spirit the north bay and the delta with the east bay and all in effect until 7:00 p.m. thursday. still hot with the extended forecast for the next couple of days except near the coast line. and the we can we have big changes with the dramatic pulldown back to the '70s and '80s so a little bit below average for this time of the year. whenever it's convenient for you on our 24 day, can shama you can catch the latest news, forecast and traffic conditions whenever it's convenient - on our 24/7 bay area news channel. you can watch live on kron4.com or on comcast channel 193. >> reporter:it's a stretch, but. >> reporter:celebrity chef paula deen hopes the u-s supreme court's ruling on same sex marriage last week will help her with her legal
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troubles. >> reporter:deen's attorney filed a motion.citing the ruling in the prop eight case. the supreme court ruled that the private parties behind the appeal did not have the standing to defend the ballot measure. deen's attorney argues the plaintiff in the case is white. and therefore does not have the "standing" or "legal right" to sue deen for racial discrimination. paula deen's career has already taken a major hit from a deposition in the case.in which she admitted to using a racial slur in the past. >> reporter: deen's lost at least nine endorsements and her cooking show on the food network. has also been canceled. and today, wallgreen's pam? >> pam: coming up on kron-4 news at eight: >> pam: what will it take for bart and its workers to hammer out a deal tonight? we have a live update coming your way. plus, why one of george zimmerman's closest friends is testifying *against him in the trayvon martin murder trial.
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>> reporter:bart workers and management deal to end the commuter chaos plaguing the bay area the past two days. and the latest details on where a rogue u-s security agent could land after spilling some of our nation's biggest secrets. bart strikers resume talks with management. it's happening right now in oakland as bay area commuters suffer throughfour a=m wakeup calls overcrowded buses packed in there like sardines >> reporter:right now. day two of the bart strike. and right now. both the bart union representatives and bart officials are meeting in oakland. kron 4's scott rates is live with an update. >> reporter: another day
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with life without bart tomorrow. we will bring again as soon as we hear something from oakland. we have you covered on the story for now we will take a short break more news coming up.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. shooting and killing the 17-year-old last year while on >> pam: >> reporter: axed him what the mood was like? he did not have any updates i have now seen any bart union
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members. he says no update right now. it has been about two hours lead me show you what it looks like about two and a half hours. with the union members walking into the caltran building here and oakland. they came here ready to negotiate. i spoke with the president of the service employees international union. >> 5000 people or more impacted and frustrated and people like to know when this will end and when they can return to their normal lives? >> were trying to negotiate that is why we are here tried to of complete this soon as possible. >> reporter: again their meeting behind closed doors. it is just the mediators
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that our meeting we are not sure of both parties are in the same room for we will stay year and stay on top of this and let you know as soon as possible. >> reporter: i does export representative tonight, he is not sure. they're hoping that they can get to agreement, again they are not shore. sure. >> pam: wondering if it will have to foot and door the july 4th holiday with out the bart system. >> we got up brown for 30 and prepared for the day really fast. >> if i do not get to work, i do not get paid.
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>> this is a transit nightmare. >> more traffic deaths seem and a long time. >> more traffic than i have seen in along time. >> i hope you people and help you pay the people you have money for the new bosses' pay the people. >> thank god you have a job! >> jacqueline: 103 in livermore and 102 in concord. at the coastline
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definitely more comfortable. as with it tomorrow we will start the day on the warmer side was '60s and '70s in the yellow they will quickly go away by tomorrow noon we are looking at that east and 90 temperatures. in looks like we will see triple digits are out there tomorrow so eager weather this fall at the coastline to my morning baulked. then a cool down on the way. >> pam: victims in a double homicide eight hours later west oakland make it an arrest in the case still looking for its second suspect. two important
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factors that could then run and making the arrest. >> this business would pact could video surveillance which was a viable tool. >> pam: read the evidence gathered from witnesses and to build taller and video surveillance they concede that this was not our robbery. >> pam: hours after each addition more see military leaders are declaring that the army is ready to die to defend our country. giving him a deadline to find a solution. the president of
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planners with the moslem brotherhood also did a string that their numbers are not at large. 16 people were killed and 200 people injured meantime officials in israel are worried that the collapse of islamic government can't threaten the delicate peace treaty between those two countries. >> pam: he has now threaten asylum and 31 different countries. he cannot have a silent and rush it unless he stopped divulging u.s. secrets so snowdon has now denied his request to enter russia. here is a map of the country's worst noted is seeking asylum derrick the list consists of several
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european countries and russia and poland in india has basically said no. other countries including germany has said he cannot ask for asylum. ecuador will need to reach its territory before they could make a decision. >> pam: major that the house on the picture on the screen was supposed to enter a plea but he refused to. accused of killing 13 people in 2009 and a murder spree at fort hood. if he is convicted huss' son can sentence face a death sentence.
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>> pam: neighborhood patrol. one of zimmerman's closest friends took the stand today. a former sheriff's deputy. he says he spoke with zimmerman after the incident.and saw his injuries. >> he had a swelling on the left side of his head. a very big swelling area. why i why did it i'd the attached not realizing that he had just".gone through a tramautic event." >> pam: later, prosecutors tried to cast doubt on the claims that trayvon martin was beating zimmerman's headthey called this medical examiner to the stand. she testified that zimmerman's injuries were
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fairly minor - and he didn't he only shot after martin attacked him. >> pam: still ahead-- >> pam: the big apple likes to think of itself as it's own domain. and now new yorkers may actually get their own domain on the world wide web. we'll explain. >> pam: plus: what caused an early gain in u-s stocks to fade on wall street. and: interns usually the >> pam: brunt of jokes. now interns are having the last laugh. making more look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles.
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>> pam: now for today's market update. >> pam: stocks turned lower today, as investors tuned into the political turmoil in egypt and took a cautious approach ahead of friday's jobs report. >> pam: here are the closing
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>> pam: the dow fell 42 points. the nasdaq fell one point. and the s-and-p 500 fell a fraction of a point. >> pam: new yorkers may soon be getting their own web domain. today, mayor michael bloombert announced the city has gotten initial approval for a "dot-nyc" domain. that would mean web addresses could end in "dot-nyc" or "dot-org". for example. it's one of dozens of new suffixes worldwide that have gotten preliminary approval from the agency in charge of online addresses. th list includes istanbul, london and paris. officials say registration for the new "dot-nyc" addresses should open late this year. (cheers & applause) it's one of those >> reporter: revelations that leave you with your mouth hanging open. interns at some high tech companies are making a staggering amount of money by most people's standards. we're talking about interns
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here. some are making 80-thousand- dollars a year. no kidding. and they haven't even graduated school yet. most of the top paying internships - in the fields of - science, technology, engineering, and math. and here's a list of the best of the best. you'll see bay area companies here driving the high pay. ebay - $65 hundred dollars a month. facebook - $6 thousand plus. and google - an internship there pays you almost $59 hundred dollars per month. the other thing to look at. once you're in the job market. students with degrees in say. engineering have salaries about $20 thousand dollars a year higher than those who graduate in liberal arts. i'm vicki liviakis kron 4 news. >> pam: + more on the giants [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. ban on the wrong end of a [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on for two whole years. from at&t. call now for a new low price. choose a u-verse triple play bundle for just $79 a month. get the same great price for two years.
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>> jacqueline: out the door tomorrow morning was the fault at the coastline. up to portions it will clear very quickly back to the coast at 10 and back off the coast. mostly sunny conditions associated with the subtropical moisture. migrating to the north and
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east at this hour. we still have some of that traditional clout coverage and high-pressure systems. timber to why it will be hot again looking at the low 90s tomorrow afternoon with 91 in cupertino and sunnyvale as will a san jose. out in our inland valleys is where we would get the triple digit readings with plaza 10 am one-on-one and antioch on a three pyrrhic 103. again sunny skies in the afternoon with folk in the morning. fog in the morning. we still have the excessive heat warning for most of the bay area. remains in effect
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until thursday evening. looking at the extended forecast hot again for tomorrow as well as the fourth of july. winds from the north will be picking up dramatically keeping the fog at bay which makes creek for fireworks. (male announcer): now, the orchard supply sports report with gary radnich. >> gary: history being challenged tonight in cinnati. giants/reds top 2nd/ 1-0 reds >> gary: homer bailey strikes out hunter pence swinging he hung in there attending
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not your night again! now to concentrate on bailey he is cured got out on the seventh bottom 3rd/ 1-0 reds tim lincecum strikes out joey votto on the check swing >> gary: bottom 6th/ 1-0 reds >> gary: brandon phillips lines a lincecum pitch over the left field fence for a 2-run home run 3-0 reds dollartop 7th/ 3-0 reds bailey after allowing his 1st baserunner on a walk strikes out pablo sandoval swinging no hits through 7 innings >> gary: bailey threw the last no-hitter of the 2012 season score right now: 3-0 reds >> gary: >> to the ones is especially special to do it twice i really do not have the words right now. his sister you think you could throw another hitter? i'm
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into it jokingly i didn't think it would happen again. giants have now had a pass on the ninth. all five teams in that bunch within three and a half games. phase the couple's 55 at the oakland coliseum. dallas and the lakers turn >> gary: to profess love for dwight howard.u the dallas mavericks and l.a. lakers made their pitches to free agent dwight howard today in beverly hills >> gary: howard met with mark cuban dirk nowitski and the mavs brass for about 2 ½ hours later in the day the lakers headed by head coach mike d'antoni steve nash and kobe bryant met with howard for about 2 hours. they can pay howard $30 million more than any other team howard is also being considering the warriors rockets and hawks he said he'll make a decision on who he'll play for a week from tomorrow raiders owe russell $3 mil-
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>> gary: and the state of texas there's no state tax so all of this is going on. the warriors were involved and they are not saying much. as i told you many times pam's you can't keep 7 ft. and talented. issues where they were there as these businessmen that worker entire life to get a certain place in their life and then you have this young talent to have people try to get him. you know what i mean, jackie. jackie money where are you going to night?
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>> jacqueline: i am not going anywhere. >> gary: apparebtly former raide4 quarternack jamarcus rossel didnt get the full 30 million.j raiders owe jamarcus $3 million >> gary: the raiders are paying jamarcus russell close to $3 million in a settlement over his disputed rookie contract russell was the team's no. 1 overall draft pick in 2007, signing a 6-year, $68 million contract, and was waived after 3 seasons. he collected $36.4 million of that contract. >> gary: to make a comeback. he worked out for the chicago bears about a month ago but has yet to get any nfl offers. sloan stevens defeated by marion bartolo lee of france. that lasted 2 1/2 hours and a rain delay. once they came after the delay stevens did not know how to
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handle it. she was a goner. no american man and no american women. god bless each as peak and for trying to get people to watch. straight sets, 6-4, 7-5 five days to go at wimbledon fur stages down at the tour >> gary: tour de france stage 4 team orica from australia won the team time trial in outsider to win the 15.5- mile dash along the streets neece orica edged out their the top four teams finished within 10 seconds of each other. takes over the yellow jersey as the overall leader . >> gary: pam have you ever been to bases side of the niece? >> pam: yes. >> gary: would the chair i want to be like kiel. (laughter) )
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>> gary: anyone can go down to your anny. anyone can go to your up. thank you payoff for making me feel better back and right back with lebraun. crystal geyser is always
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bottled at the mountain source. crystal geyser. crystal geyser. crystal geyser. then we deliver it directly to you. (male announcer): now, the orchard supply sports report with gary radnich. >> gary: lebraun james includes a return to his home town of akron participating in a charity kick ball for young black professionals coalition. lebraun is doing a lot of that stuff. fish makes you >> gary: know >> gary: 200 year old fish it's one ugly fish - but what do you expect since it is estimated to be more than
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200 years old which would make it 25 years older than the current record of 175 years the 40 pound rockfish was caught by fisherman henry liebman in the deep waters off sitka alaska if the fish is 200 years old it was born back in 1813 when james madision was president, and 66 years before the light bulb was invented. >> gary: goodnight! >> pam: tonight [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week.
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