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we lowhat's next?hen! great! do you have measurements? yeah, i paced it off. it's about twenty by twelve of these. so, we can measure, plan and install it for you. yea, let's do that! ikea. professional kitchen services at a low price. >> reporter: now at eight hayward police under fire. two officers are accused of breaking the law. the extortion charges this officer faces. following sexual abuse charges against another. plus: bart and its workers still far apart. >> reporter:what bart workers have to say about the possibility of a strike. when the latest cooling off period runs out. >> reporter: a pal of cash and drug all that's missing is the suspect.
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>> reporter: valley and dangerously caught on camera. >> can't go straight through all my god. (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. our top story struggling to enforce the law is now the internet is now charged for breaking it. now at eight. i am devastated reacting to the second arrest in 10 days of an officer under her command. extortion charges against this man. following sexual another officer/ >> pam: we want to leave every opportunity open to try and get this deal donw.
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whoosh a pile of cash. a mound of drugs found in a home in east san jose. all that's missing is the suspect. whoosh i'm up really really early because i heard stanley roberts from kron four is out here getting people behaving badly. badly and dangerously. and not afraid of being caught on tape. look at that s going ur top haywardgoing a six-year veteran of the department. now accused of extortion. while on duty. and tonight, hayward's police chief is taking action. she told our justine waldman. she has a zero tolerance policy for misconduct. >>i am incredibly disappointed. haywards police chief wanted to come forward. two of her officers are accused of breaking the very laws they are supposed to protect. >>when we make a mistake we need to own it and that is what i am doing i am owning this mistake the latest hayward cop arrested. a 6 year veteran of the department. 30 year old romeo aberin. >> reporter:allegedly he told a woman, suspected of writing fake prescriptions, that if she gave him $500 cash he would make her criminal case "go away." >> reporter: instead he is charged with accepting a bribe and extortion aberin is out on 500- thousand dollars bail. >> reporter: he also turned in his letter of resgination today.
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not even two weeks ago. police arrested former hayward officer richard mcleod. for sexually abusing girls while he worked as a teacher at a livermore after-school program. >> reporter:99.9% are doing an outstanding job it is.001% that is involved in this misbehavior >> reporter:just don't want 1 or 2 people to reflect this organization. >> reporter:an we trust hayward police department? clearly. we will do the right thing. >> reporter:the hayward police department is now making changes to how it hires new officers. they will do different physcological and polygraph tests. more comprehenzive background checks and the chief will personally interview candidates. >> reporter:we have also learned tonight. former officer mc-cloud. who is still in the santa rita jail.will be transfer to unpaid administrative leave tomorrow. new developments tonight in the bart negotiations. with a deadline fast- approaching. bart management and unions announcements. regarding a possible second strike. kron 4's dan kerman is following the negotiations. he joins us live in oakland. dan are both sides still meeting?
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>> reporter: the plan to be here for some time to come. and that is the good news. whether they are making some type of progress we do not know. the union has set at this moment it does not mean that at this moment they are not ready to declare that they are going to go on strike friday. barr >> reporter: unions could be back at the picket lines by friday not required before going on strike which would mean an announcement monday evening. >> reporter: afternoon they are not ready to take that stopped that step. that and >> is why we are not giving a 72 hour notice at this
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time because you're trying to get every opportunity to get this deal done. >> reporter: a spokesman for bart management had very little reaction to rid >> we are working very hard to find a settlement before the cooling off period ends. >> reporter: for the first time in a long time both sides decided to adhere to a gag order and not discuss the negotiations. but union did mention that management has not offered any proposals union has offered three in the last several days. >> they have stood on the sidelines and not taking up reaction. >> i do not have any reaction to that. >> reporter: that is a courtesy that is not required and at this point the union states that they
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are not ready to call for a seventh two hours by bart union has indicated that they are keeping all of their actions or options open. reporting live in dense carmen kron 4 news. >> pam: even though this evenings announcements about bart negotiations, are promising. commuters are still feeling a sense of frustration. because another strike is still a possibility. bart was shut down for five days during a walk- out in july. that action forced thousands more people on the roads. or waking up extra early, to line up for buses to get around. we asked workers in downtown san francisco to speak out what some of them had to say. >> if i do not have bart i will not go to work. >> this is one to be a nightmare when can i handle another one. >> i do not like this.
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>> this is taking too long they should have figured out something by now. ".it doesn't happen" >> pam: stay with kron4 as we continue to follow the negotiations between bart management and unions. you can download our app. and check our website kron 4 dot com to get the latest updates. >> pam: tonight city officials in san carlos are calling out those with pg&e saying that a major pipeline may be putting thousands in danger. >> pam: a judge ordered the pipeline's shutdown but city officials say the court battle over the case will continue tuesday. >> pam: kron 4's j.r. stone is in san carlos and has more on what's at stake. >> reporter: >> consistencies within pg each own records they do not know what is on the ground.
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>> reporter: pg and e says the natural gas line under britain road has been tested and operating state safely. nevertheless that it requested that it be shutdown. those with pg in the evening were those engineers the raise the red flags for the danger test have been done on the line and past those test. the information he has been given on the pipeline is just not good enough. i am not gonna be very happy unless they show me that that type would not be a problem. >> reporter: that could
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change if the temperature dropped and the bay area. san carlos kron 4 news >> reporter: pipeline runs from 101 west all the way to interstate 280 right under britain ave and a stance the level of san carlos. we will be staying on top of the pipeline battle between the city of san carlos and p g n e. >> pam: day seven of the government shutdown. >> pam: and there has been no headway made today toward resolving the political stalemate that caused a partial government showdown. boehner insisted there are not the votes in the house to pass a clean spending bill >> pam: today -- a dare for the speaker. directly from the president"s mouth >>" "the reason that
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speaker boehner hasn't called a vote on it is because he doesn't, apparently, want to see the shutdown end at the moment." >> "the president has us all down at the white house last week only to remind me that he was not going to negotiate to keep the government open or over the looming need to increase the >> pam: the bigger concern now.the riskier economic deadline just ahead. >> pam: white house officials say the u-s will run out of money to pay its bills ten days from now. unless congress votes to raise the limit on the amount of cash the government can borrow. >> pam: new at 8-- >> pam: in addition to tens of thousands of government workers impacted by the ongoing shutdown, employees of defense contractors are also being furloughed. that includes a well-known south bay company. but as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, it's the number of furloughed workers is not clear. >> reporter:not quite business as usual here at lockheed-martin she there's plenty of uncertainty going forward. today is the day that as
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many as 3-thousand lockheed employees around the country were to have been furloughed as a result of the partial government shutdown. >> reporter:but after defense secretary chuck hagel over the weekend ordered more civillian contractors back to work at the pentagon, lockheed reportedly reduced the number of potential furloughs to about 24-hundred. >> reporter:the company has roughly 27,000 employees nationwide but the is not saying how many, if any, of it's 64-hundred workers here in silicon valley might be >> reporter:impacted. there was no noticeable difference in foot traffic here on mathilda avenue outside the facility but the company did acknowledge in a press release that the number of furloughs could increase as time goes on if the shutdown continues. in sunnyvales rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> pam: ahead at eight. a surfer is recovering,
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northern california coast. >> reporter:and an undercover investigation leads deputies to a stash of drugs, cash and weapons in the south >> reporter: insight into the nine year-old boy that was able to get past security at onto a flight to of vegas. >> jacqueline: still read the want away from the coast but a little corp and heading cooler told tomorrow. through tomorrow [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to find big savings on the things you need. just make a straight line to safeway. your club card gets you deals you can't find anywhere else. this week, folgers is $6.88 for the large size. that's a lot of coffee. skip the warehouse. charmin is $13.99 for 24 double rolls.
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jc: i'm your coworker! c'mon guys. i'm driving. hey, you guys comfortable? it's best-in-class rear legroom. and with a turbo engine that gets 34 highway m-p-g. you know j.d. power ranked passat the most appealing midsize car two years in a row? i bet, uh, dan here wishes somebody found him most appealing two years in a row. ron: it's ron jc: ron... exactly. >> pam: the santa clara county sheriff's offices are searching for a man after seizing more than one million dollars in a drug bust. >> pam: police discovered 29 pounds of crystal meth, four
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pounds of cocaine and one pound of heroin from an east san jose home this afternoon. >> pam: they also found more than 800 - thousand dollars in cash. >> pam: police have identified 22-year-old jose alonso jimenez-olmos as the main suspect in the bust. >> pam: police say they believe the bust dismantled a drug distribution operation.after a two-year investigation. >> pam: after coming home to find that they're building was on fire. the building was was on fire but cleared quickly. >> reporter: a ride home from work today, she thought she'd lost everything. the five >> started about 2:00 p.m.
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spreading to the attic. >> they did a primary search brought the entire building. >> reporter: the fire remains under investigation in step francisco crawford new spirit >> pam: california authorities say a man was bitten by a shark over the weekend while surfing near eureka. fire officials say the man was surfing with a group when the shark bit him on the thigh. take a look at his surf board with bite marks on it. >> pam: the man was taken to a local hospital with non- life-threatening injuries. one surfer describes what happened. >>"boards were thrown on the beach and everybody was sprinting down to help him out of the water. and the primary concern at that point was stabilizing him, getting emergency vehicles out there and getting him to the hospital." >> pam: the victim is expected to survive.and his injury is considered minor.
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officials say this isn't the first time this has happened in the area. another surfer was attacked by a shark in the same area >> pam: it has been more than a week since a violent confrontation between an s- u-v driver and a group of bikers. that was caught on camera. >> pam: three men are charged with setting in motion the events. that led up to the brutal beating of the s-u-v- driver. >> pam: but, as margaret conley reports, investigators are still piecing together who played what part in the violence. >> reporter: an off-duty new york police officer was riding with the bikers. there are questions about why he didn't report seeing the assault until days later. he has hired a lawyer, and is being investigated by the internal affairs unit.
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>> reporter: another biker robert sims seemed tried to open the door to the s u b drove away appearing in court friday creek christopher crews who appears to be slowing down in front of the issue be when he was struck initially starting the mayhem. >> they do not know who i am. i am a family man of two with two kids. i try to stay away from trouble as much as possible. >> there's no intention on christopher's part to slow down and cruise was injured by the s u the driver when
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he suddenly spun away. his family says he's paralyzed now police is asking for the public's help to identify these two people present at that assault audit in that effort to appease the puzzle that's far from complete. >> pam: grant? >> reporter:two raids against terror suspects in africa. an seized in libya, but a target in somalia escaped. tonight we have a look at who might be next on the pentagon;s list of top terror targets. >> reporter: the man who inherited osama
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bin=laden's leadership role still has a 25 million dollar price on his head. >> reporter:ayman al=zawahiri hasspend years hiding in northern pakistan and at least as far as the u=s is concerned, he may not be the most world's dangerous terrorist. a whole new class of leaders has emerged as al=qaeda affiliates spring up across the arab world. >>"the arab spring allowed a lot more travel, a lot of freedom of movement and we've seen groups cooperating with each other to launch attacks- pulling resources and pulling training and that's really concerning for american counter terrorism officials." >> reporter:this man is head of al-qaeda in the arabian peninsula. >> reporter:us counter- terrorism officials call it the "most active operation franchise" responsible for among other things, the underwear bombing attempt on a detroit=bound airliner, in southern algeria, the head of al qaeda in the islamic mag'=reb is abou mossab abdel=wadoud. he is an infamous bomb=maker. >> reporter:considered most dangerous of all is the head of a third al=qaeda affilite: somalia based al=shabaab. >> reporter:amed godane is said to be the mastermined behind the shopping mall attack in neighboring kenya two weeks ago.
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>> reporter:like al=qaeda's other new leaders, he is social media savvy--using secure chatrooms and websites to recruit new young operatives from around the world and particularly in the u=s. >> reporter:the target of that unsuccessful raid in somalia last weekend has been identified as a close associate of amed go-dane. >> reporter:his name is ik- rima, a kenyan with somali roots, who has been on the u.s. radar for at least the past three years. >> jacqueline: we are going to see a chilly night tonight especially for the north bay in portions of our inland valleys. into the overnight hours and tomorrow to discuss mostly clear for tuesday's high cloud coverage like to that. temperatures run into the 70's for the most part and 60s near the coastlines.
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about 10 degrees cooler than what we saw to that. it does look like things will be rebounding and two we head into the weekend. all of that coming up at about 845. >> pam: still ahead-- a surprise passenger onboard a delta airlines flight. how a nine-year old boy snuck onboard. >> pam: >> reporter:new tonight at 8-- >> reporter:the a's are one step closer to the world series. after their win over the detroit tigers today. we want to show you one of the high-tech tools that major league players use to improve their batting skills. our tech reporter gabe slate discovered this virtual tech tool is unique to northern california. it's located in silicon valley and used by pro and amateur players of all levels.
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>> pam: all worked at reporter gabe slate just discovered this tool. gate joins was now to tell us all about. gate.. gabe! >> reporter:this baseball pitching simulator recreates the experience of facing off against a major league pitcher and having a 100 mile per hour fastball thrown your way all levels use this high=tech tool. but the really cool thing is anyone can try this out and live out a baseball fantasy >> reporter: is like a batting cage on high-tech steroids. the remarkable
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training tool used bwheat teamse fastball pitching. video screen shows a real picked a picture showing real pitchers. players and cultures can patrol the stimulatorcoaches and coaches can contol the stimulator. a lot of this kids are here training are with the team is not on but once it goes on and see the computer- generated video is just awesome! >> is like real-life
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baseball! >> reporter: was really cool is that anyone can come down and pay is two bucks an experienced this high-tech that kincaid in redwood city. once i thought that i had to tread out and tried on a helmet. i am a little rusty so we slowed down apparently that was still too fast. but after a handful of mrs. i became better derric 100 mi. per hour! that would be crazy i could even imagine try to hit it. gabe slate kron 4 news >> pam: coming up on kron 4--
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: or phrases griffey has now been removed. alecia
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>> reporter: graffiti in 48 hours have but incidents like this where it is haight they come out immediately. hate >> that is very good because something like that you would not like to have it all are around for long. >> reporter: spotted late this morning the parks have detect removed within two hours of that first call. neighbors walking their dogs and children playing people were discussed it. >> there are people in the neighborhood who would have the the kind of sentiment behind putting a swastika of and what power up
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because it is very disturbing. >> reporter: is spokesperson from park says they spent a million dollars responding to graffiti and illegal dumping + vandalism. police still reeked kron 4 nikko's san francisco parks and >> pam: an airport security breach that has people shaking their heads. tonight, people are asking how a 9-year-old could have gotten through security, onto a plane, and flown more than one-thousand miles. grant lodes is here with an
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explaination from the t-s-a and new reaction from airline passengers.grant. >> reporter:tsa says the child was scfreened along with all other pasengers to ensure he was not a threat to the aircraft. >> reporter:delta says it's taking the incident very seriously and working with authorities in the investigation. >> reporter:child in protective custody and is returning to minneapolis. >> reporter:tsa = trained to stand around.that is a government worker for, what security. someone should be held responsible.but never with the feds >> reporter: the child is still not back in minneapolis. people have been reacting to the story stunned that it could happen.
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on facebook kristin commentsthat's especially crazy, as the security at msp is some of the strictest and most through i've ever experienced. chris >> reporter: and says she is an international traveler, so she should know. >> pam: still ahead-- in marin county. residents are now getting involved. trying to stop drivers taking the back road to cut traffic. >> pam: plus-- >>".oh my god oh my god". >> pam: two bay area scientists awarded the nobel prize in medicine. what it was like for one of the winners. from u-c berkley to get the call. >> jacqueline: cooler temperatures are on the way.
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we all like? ron: i'm sorry, who are you? jc: i'm your coworker! c'mon guys. i'm driving. hey, you guys comfortable? it's best-in-class rear legroom. and with a turbo engine that gets 34 highway m-p-g. you know j.d. power ranked passat the most appealing midsize car two years in a row? i bet, uh, dan here wishes somebody found him most appealing two years in a row. ron: it's ron jc: ron... exactly.
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>> pam: two local scientists are winners of the nobel prize. >> pam: one winner is from stanford, and the another is from u-c berkeley. as kron four's terisa >> pam: estacio reports, at cal today, scientist randy schekman talked about what it was like to get that new tonight at 8-- >> reporter: he'd only been asleep a few hours when the phone rang in was trembling when he picked it up. >> the chair of the nobel committee in which i happen to know because i served on another communing with him a few years ago. he assured
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that it was not a crank call i did nothing that would happen but when it happened it could happen and you have all these things the checkpoint to say but i like to say because i was so shaken was all my god, oh my god! my father had been waiting on this the years that time was lower was wasting and that he could not live forever and i'd better hurry up! (laughter) >> reporter: including the use for hepatitis b vaccines and human insolence. >> pam: and the next edition of
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>> pam: residents speak out publicly after seeing a people behaving badly segment >> pam: however in marinwood. residents did just that in the form of this video. >> is assigned the here stating do not go straight and get people are all here going strike using the back roads. you just may have seen this sign ... she's going to go straight through. ".oh my god." >> pam: but even with our stanley roberts and residents at the offramp. it still turned out to be a case of people behaving badly. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter:the definition of insanity is doing the
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exact same thing over and over again and ending up with the exact same results >> reporter:yes i know albert einstein said it slightly different but allow me to explain this is video sped up to show you just how many drives are behaving badly by ignoring the left turn only signs at the marinwood exit you are going to go straight? >> aren't you? yes sir >> reporter:this driver was forwarned that if she went straight she would get a ticket .she didn't listen >>yea yes >> reporter:residents from marinwood in marin county fedup with drivers clogging up their neighborhood have become proactive >> reporter:buy holding up signs and warning drivers that if they ignore the left turn only sign they would get a ticket >>don't go straight .no you are going to get a ticket they are doing a sting they just caught someone over there you can only make a left turn
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>> reporter:that must have been her other left >>you better turn left, you're next you better turn >> reporter:one would think that someone warning you that if you proceed in a certain direction you would get a ticket might be a detereent >> reporter:well its not, as we soon find out from this driver who was in such a rush he almost forget to stop for the officer hi you were going to run me over >> reporter:let's listen into on this conversation ohhhh it's going to be good >> reporter:even with the people standing there pointing at that sign you still continued through, i need to see your licence >> reporter:i asked the driver a series of questions >> reporter:you been coming here for how long, driving throught here for 20 years
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and you never noticed those signs no what about the people standing telling you to look at the signs that is the frist time i seen somebody standing there and you didn't look at the signs when they said >> look at the signs no i thought they were protesting >>whistle >>whistle back in our day, we couldn't just move the tv wherever we wanted. yeah, our birthday entertainment was a mathemagician. because if there's anything that improves magic, it's math. the only thing he taught us was how to subtract kids from a party. ♪ let's get some cake in you. i could go for some cake. [ male announcer ] switch and add a wireless receiver. get u-verse tv for $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. or how to find big savings on the things you need. just make a straight line to safeway. your club card gets you deals you can't find anywhere else. this week, folgers is $6.88 for the large size.
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that's a lot of coffee. skip the warehouse. charmin is $13.99 for 24 double rolls. and lean cuisine entrees are just a buck 99. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >> jacqueline: will see some
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breezy conditions tonight. keep in disguise mainly clear temperatures will be cooler in where from 5 to 15 degrees cooler than what we saw today fifth saw/ton bellay's it will be of 70's as well. east bay shoreline los '60s and '70s shot 69 in hayward and that the coastline. in the north bank anywhere from 07 to the upper 70's. at this time as to look off shore another system will be movie and taken a dive all the way down to california with chance of showers and wednesday. by 10:00
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wednesday we are dried in the bay area but some of the roaring itch to the central valley to look like what will stay dry. the extended forecast cooler tomorrow and into wednesday with slight chance of rain in to the rest of the week dryer warmer and, in to the weekend. >> pam: the a's and tiger series gets a little tense gary has reduction and other sports coming up [ male announcer ] with at&t,
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(male announcer): now, the orchard supply sports report with gary radnich.
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>> gary: a's tigers game 3 top 4th, 1-0 a's josh reddick -homers to right off annibal sanchez who had the lowest era in the american league - but got hit hard today 2-0 a's and >> gary: bot 4th, 3-1 a's detroit comes back to tie it - johnny peralta the 2-run single to leff off jarrod parker 3-3 tie parker: 5 ip, 5 hits, 3 er >> gary: top 5th the a's come right back to re-take the lead brandon moss - the no doubt about it solo home run to right 4-3 a's some a's fans in detroit are lovin' it! >> gary: two batters later seth smith goes opposite field with the 2-run blast- his fourth career homer off sanchez 6-3 a's a's light up sanchez for 3 home runs in 4 1/3 ip after he allowed just 9 in 182 innings this year bot 5thtigers trying tobut
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josh donaldson says not sphere start the double play on torri hunter bot 9th >> gary: grant balfour on to close it outfacing victor martinez after martinez fouls one off the two engage in little stare-down. words are exchanged. benches clearsome minor pushingmainly just more jawing back and forth players rush in from both bullpensno punchesno ejections. >>"nobody died" >> i now take that! i don't take that! >> gary: after last-raider's gain on kron un just striding. can i say one
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thing? you can try... let's have a brainstorming meeting. we are doing this the weather is on through the pip program that people want to watch get a football game on an pam and jackie would to stay here for half an hour and get eight and get good ratings. >> pam: yes because people came out. >> gary: was the biggest night in kron for 10 years and was great dish to share
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with bill >> pam: (laughter) >> jacqueline: i was here to (laughter) >> gary: yes but you haven't suffered. (laughter) >> jacqueline: (laughter) >> gary: a's win 6-3 after game both teams talkin about incident balfour, martinez, leyland raiders cut matt flynn >> gary: the raiders cut matt flynn today who they paid $6.5 million for this season to be their starting quarterback. acquiring him from seattle during the offseason >> gary: but flynn played poorly in the preseason
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losing the starting job to terrelle pryor he also played poorly against the redskins two sundays ago when pryor was out with a consussion >> did not work. terrell cain and and took over the job and he is in the position that he is an. >> gary: all of the $6.5 million is guaranteed so the raiders are on the hook for the whole amount >> gary: head coach dennis allen explained the move. >> gary: the 49ers also forced 5 turnovers against the texans last night including this pick touchdown by tramaine brock it was matt schaub's 4th straight game throwing an interception for a touchdown
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>> they have a very good passing game but they run a ball through the air. keeping it contained. the niners rushed for 177 yards including this >> gary: touchdown by frank gore who carries 34-3 49ers they are now >> gary: above.500 at 3-2 >> gary: 2827 atlanta. the rookie gino smith. 38 yds the new york jets are now three and it too. 3-2 >> gary: president's cup fred couples leading team usa yesterday at muirfield village in dublin ohio tiger woods - just needs to two-putt to win his match and clinch the president's
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cup for usa woods is off-linebut close enough as his opponent concedes usa wins 18 ½ to 15 over international team tiger gets hug and kiss from girlfriend lindsay von
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we all like? ron: i'm sorry, who are you? jc: i'm your coworker! c'mon guys. i'm driving. hey, you guys comfortable? it's best-in-class rear legroom. and with a turbo engine that gets 34 highway m-p-g. you know j.d. power ranked passat the most appealing midsize car two years in a row? i bet, uh, dan here wishes somebody found him most appealing two years in a row. ron: it's ron jc: ron... exactly.
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narrator: in the criminal justice system, sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous. in new york city, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the special victims unit. these are their stories. woman: you're being ridiculous. you're being ridiculous. excuse me. you practically got into a fistfight with the parking guys. so, i'm just supposed to let them rip us off. suvs cost more to park. didn't you read the sign? it didn't say 45 bucks. that's an entire dinner in fort lee including parking. now there's going to be traffic on the gw. i hope you had fun tonight. you obviously didn't. kevin! what? the door is all wet. damn it. i just had it washed. what did you get on my car? i don't know. i-i got a leaky pipe up there. i don't know. what is this? oh, god! ( siren wiren wailing )


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