time. earlier i talked to harvey levin from tmz. harvey was about to break the story. >> even though they acknowledged the statute of limitations has run decades ago but they have still gonna investigate. there's a lot to talk about with that. that's one of the things we would talk about on the show. >> harvey was here with us here at ktvu making that statement. law enforcement source says it would be irresponsible to reject an investigation based on the date of the crime because there's always twists and turns and one allegation can lead to another. now, you can get more stories like this on tmz live, the nut show. it airs -- the new show. it airs every weekday starting on monday right here. >>> a viral music video remains so popular, youtube could not count the number of views anymore. ♪ >> i'm gonna have to sneak a little video. >> i'm not doing anything. >> yes, he is. so many people have watched this that the view count stopped working t was programmed to max out at 2.1 billion. youtube announced that the software has been updated that the video can register more than 79 quint
talked to harvey levin on the show today. he will talk about mark wahlberg trying to get a felony conviction expunged so he can become a reserve police officer. >> he's doing this show, this new show called port of l.a., where cops go and inspect containers at the port of l.a. and mine sense is that the reserve status has something to do with that show. i'm not positive of that. but i'm positive that he wants to become a reservist. >> walberg was convicted of assault in 1988 in massachusetts. you can not be a reserve officer with a felony conviction because felons are not legally allowed to handle firearms. tmz airs every weekday starting at 4:00 on ktvu followed by our news at 5:00. >> all right, pam. >>> what is going on in fort smith, arkansas? i see it. but i don't believe it. coming up in the next hour of "mornings on 2," why these comfortable basketball fans threw their donations on the floor after the game ended. >>> all decked out for the holidays. a home in rohnert park that could be confused for disneyland. how neighbors are impacted by this impressive winter wonderland.
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