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. complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is the 10:00 news on ktvu channel 2. developing news in the south bay where police are looking for a gunman after one person is shot dead in a city park in broad daylight. good evening, i'm ken wayne. >> i'm heather holmes and r- and we're following developing news at home and across the globe in geneva. in the south bay the search is on for a gunman that opened fire in a city park, killing one person. in geneva an historic night as a deal is struck with iran,
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limiting that country's ability to create nuclear weapons. >> president obama tonight welcomed that landmark deal between world powers and iran, over tehran's nuclear program. >> the president said the deal would cut off iran's most likely paths to a bomb and was the result of an unprecedented sanction and intense diplomacy. >> today that diplomacy opened up a new path towards a world that is more secure, a future in which we can verify iran's nuclear program is peaceful and that it cannot build a nuclear weapon. >> today's deal was reached after marathon bargain sessions which bought u.s. secretary of state john kerry. >> intense talks in geneva coming to a close as a deal has
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been reached. iran has agreed to limit key parts of its nuclear program in exchange for reducing economic sanctions placed on the country. >> we will refrain from imposing new sanctions and alout iranian government access to a portion of the revenue that they have been denied through sanctions. >> i hope as we go along, we can start restoring the lost confidence. >> six countries including the united states, britain russia, france, china and germany, stretching sta stretching talks out. >> iran cannot use it's next generation centrifuge used for enriching uranium. >> al lies say the deal doesn't include iran's right to enrich uranium and would occur only strict international monitoring. >> in these negotiations nothing will be agreed to
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unless everything is agreed to a source of contention between the white house and jerusalem. more details now on why this deal is so significant. for years iran's nuclear program was been viewed with greatest distrust by international community. iran has long been suspected of pursuing a nuclear weapons capabilities and tehran's insists its program is for energy purposes only. a nuclear-armed iran posings a threats to america's closest allies in the middle east and it's feared had a if ian got a nuclear bomb it would spark a nuclear as arms race in the already volatile middle east. >> a deadly shooting in a residential neighborhood in san josi. the shooting happened in afternoon at capitol park, which is in a residential neighborhood between capitol expressway and interstate 680. christien
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kafton joins us live. >> reporter: homicide investigators are looking for information from the public, hoping it helps them crack this case. san josi police dispatchers received a series of 911 phone calls about a person shot at capitol park near the intersection of i-680 and capitol expressway this orange. when officers arrived on the scene, they found a man dead in the park it's early in the investigation, but police are saying he was shot at least one time. the victim is a man who appears to be in his late teens to early 20s. i asked if he had any id on him and the sergeant at scene told me it appears not. so they are working on identifying the victim while searching for the shooter. as for whether this shooting is gang rhoade, police tell me it's too early to tell. >> at this point we can't confirm gang involvement has anything do with it, but i'm sure the follow-up investigation will determine that significantly. >> reporter: i also asked if a weapon was found at the scene and the
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sergeant told me no and says at this point this doesn't seem it was a shoot-out, but investigators are looking for input from the public to help them get an idea what happened in the shooting. christien kafton, kutv channel 2 news. >> fire crews are working to maintain the mccabe fire in sonoma county. flames are consumed at least 3,000 acres and more than 1200 personnel from all over the state is fighting fire. it's 25% contained, by tonight a dozen homes are threatened. the fire comes days after rain soaks parts of the bay area. that fire is near the geysers in sonoma county near geyserville. >> reporter: fire crews from as far away as san diego are scrambling to put out the mccabe fire near
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geyserville. >> we haven't had adequate rain plast couple of years. in this firefighter video, the flames broke out and quickly charred thousands of acres, fanned by the high winds that blew across the region. >> some spots it was just too steep to do anything with it. >> reporter: caught in the path was the geyser's geothermal power plant, that was safely evacuated. more video shows a cooling tower that burst into flames. firefighters say it was naturally filled with sulphur from all of the mineral-heavy water that passes through, it making it highly flammable. >> it would be 2-3-story match. >> reporter: it was caught by the advancing flames. >> when they realized that they couldn't stop the impact of the fire, that they had to pull everybody far back into safety zones rfp these are the kind of fuels that firefighters are dealing with, that no matter how wet they get, in one hour of wind and sun will dry
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them out completely. >> certain areas had bunches of area. cloverdale had a smarterring of a smattering of rain. >> reporter: in sonoma county, i'm john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. in napa county the silverado fire is contained, burning 190 acres down from its original estimate of 300 acres. the fire started thursday night near the silverado train and sodo canyon road. at one point 50 homes were evacuated, but those orders were lifted yesterday. fire crews are now in mopup mode, the cause is under investigation. this national weather service map shows the mccake fire as well as two other wildfires that started today near clear lake. dam fire is burping and is 50%
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contained. the high glade fire has burned 350 acres in the mendocino national forest since it was spotted this morning. >> meteorologist mark tamayo, are the wind going to stick around? >> the winds have been trending down and trending in the right direction over past few hours. can you see at 6:00 this morning around the offshore zone in sonoma guy to the northeast of the geyserville, winds gusting to 50 miles per hour, but coming down throughout the day. at 4:00, we had a gust at 14 miles per hour. with the mccabe fire, it's 10 miles to the northeast of the geyserville. in fact, the forecast of current conditions 49 degrees and winds 10 miles per hour, humidity levels coming up at 30%. in fact, a little bit of a wind shift out of south and with that, the moisture levels will continue to come up. coming up in our forecast in 30 minute we'll take a look at the cooler overnight lows and the next chance of rain and a quick
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look at your thanksgiving forecast. thank you, mark. it's going to be a lengthy clean-up for many people acted by this week's big windstorm we had. in the oakland hills crews were finally able to remove a giant fallen pine tree after they had to get a bigger crane. city of oakland said they got almost 200 calls for service due to fallen trees and down power lines after thursday night's big storm. on you can find viewer pictures from wind damage from all over the bay area. it's under the "images" tab. oakland police have yet to make any arrests in a dead lid shooting this morning. police say they were alerted to the shooting 911 calls and shot spotter system. when officers athrived founded a man in his 20s with least one gunshot wound. he was pronounced indicate at scene. the highway patrol says a 76-year-old man was killed trying to help out after an
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accident near fremont this morning. investigators say a van stalled there on the freeway near vargas road. the chp says the van was then hit by a corvette and a man inside the corvette got out to try to direct traffic and he was struck and killed by another vehicle. victim's name has not yet been raced. >> a building with scaffolding collapsed and came crashing down in spartan. it happened on geary street in the city's lower nob hill neighborhood after 9:00 a.m. fire crews on the scene say construction workers were in the process of demolishing the building when the accident happened. >> just taking it down, and basically came out. so we're just lucky that nobody was walking by there. >> a light pole was nothinged down and three parked cars were damaged. a fire department spokesperson says wind was not a factor. well, 'tis the season for tree-lightings, turkey dinners and dui checkpoints.
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the factors that make drink driving a big problem. >> everybody get down! >> tense moments again at los angeles international airport. the reason two terminals were suddenly evacuated. and new research reveals ♪ hey, that's the last crescent! oh, did you want it? yeah. we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and flakey. that's half. that's not half! guys, i have more. thanks, mom. [ female announcer ] do you have enough pillsbury crescents? with grands mini pot pies. only four ingredients. and a few easy steps. weeknight dinner in a flash. and my family devours them. pillsbury grands biscuits. make dinner pop.
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new at 10:00 new surprising new information on drinking and driving.
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you might think new year's eve is a night when police are most concerned about drunk-driving. ktvu's debora villalon is live at a dui checkpoint where some drives will get the message the hart way. >> reporter: ken, it may seem a little bit early in the season for this and yet, new year's eve has the reputation as the boozey night, but because of that, people may be inclined to take cabs or designated drives. it turns out thanksgiving is even more deadly. wall-to-wall people at pier 39 tonight. ♪[ music ] and the 60' christmas tree did not disappoint lit up for the season. many in this crowd eager for next week's tradition. >> family, friends, feasts, lots of food. >> reporter: lots of food and sometimes lots of alcohol. this fiery crash over last year's thanksgiving holiday killed the driver, believed to be drunk in crock et. statewide 25 people died in
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freeway crashes, six in the bay area. >> the fatigue and unfamiliarity of getting home from out of town contributings to accidents, but so does the prolonging toasting that might accompany the tasting when a thanksgiving guest enjoys the wild turkey as well as the roast turkey, time to take away the keys. >> we're imagines and it's mexican-americans to have that tradition. >> reporter: partiers might be surprised that many years thanksgiving is a more deadly dui holiday than christmas or even new year's eve. >> people think probably when they eat more, you drink more, you know? like the food, and maybe it's around that. >> reporter: the signs of the season, the
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tree lighting, and santa claus at the mall, but dui enforcement is also a holiday tradition from now through the new year. this checkpoint on harrison street has been open now, screening cars for half an hour. so far no dui arrests, but they still have four, five hours to go. reporting live in san francisco, debora villalon, ktvu channel 2 news. a driver is under arrest anyway deadly crash that shut down highway 10 in san mateo for hours. the chp says the solo-vehicle accident happened south of devil slide near the tunnels this morning. four people were in the car, one passenger was killed. the san mateo carbohydrate corner identify him as 23-year-old sanjeev josei of visalia. the naacp is organizing a protest at san josi state university in the ongoing furor
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over alleged hate-crimes, that demonstration is set for monday and the civil rights group say four misdemeanor cases against san jose students who were accused of bullying and harassinghir african-american room mate, used racial slurs and put a bicycle lock around the victim's neck. the theft of thousands of dollars from an east bay boys and girls club is now called an inside job. a safe with about $6,000 inside was stolen from the el sobrante boys and girls club. the club director says contra costa sheriff's deputies arrested voluntary handyman for the theft. the club scissors it has received an outpouring of support since our story aired on tuesday. investigators on peninsula have identified likely source
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of a distributive fire in downtown barrel geometry. allie rasmus burlingame. >> it went from a glow to 20' flames in less than five minutes. >> reporter: rob mcgonigle snapped this picture and called 911 when he saw the flames. >> we thought it was a small fire in one room, but by the time and came back, the whole roof was on fire. >> reporter: no one was inside when the fire started. this building has an office on the main floor, an apartment on the top and the person who lives in that apartment is on vacation right now. once firefighters realized there was no one inside they switched to defensive mode. >> the major issue was the proximity to other structures. >> reporter: the fire spread to the office building next door. fire marshal says access was limited because of its narrow street, but he says the biggest challenge was the fact that the
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building didn't have sprinklers. >> because of that, the fire was able to extend, anything built in last two years of residential is required to have sprinklers. >> reporter: this building date backs to the early 1990s and wasn't required to have sprinklers. one man who lived in a detached participant behind the building was forced out his home because his assault and batterylect licit is attached to the main building. the red cross is helping him and will do the same for the man who lives in the upstairs department when he come backs from vacation. allie rasmus. for the second time in a month, passengers at l.a.x. were warned of a gunman. >> everybody get down! >> last night police cleared two terminals after what sounded like gunfire. the sound came from a car crashing in a parking garage. it was a scary reminder that only three weeks ago a gunman at airport killed a tsa
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officer. >> what occurred here was a hypersensitivity to what occurred on the 1st, that caused people to react in the way that they did. >> when we saw the helicopter flying over, right away, that is what we thought. >> thousands of delta and american airline passengers were evacuated during the scare and had to be rescreened and that delayed about 60 flights. the u.s. postal service regulatory commission ruled this week that the price of a first-class stamp will go up by a penny to $0.47. now the price hike is set to kick in on january 26th. this will be the second year in a row the price of stamps have gone up and it may be a trend. the commission is still considering another increase that would bring stamps to $0.49. more than 50 tax breaks are set to expire at the end of the year, especially one dear to the parents ever college students. unless congress packs the deduction for tout and expenses will go way.
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experts say to minimize the benefit make sure this to pay spring 2014 fees this year. other expiring deductions include classroom supplies bought by teachers, for homeowners, mortgage insurance premiums and mortgage debt that is forgiven. if you are better off than most you will lose the charitable rollover as well as break for younger racehorses. toronto's mayor a new poll shows he is not only holding his own, but more popular than president obama. >> how surveillance technology is being used to make this billboard look like an amazing movie special effect. >> temperatures are dropping
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the bus for willie's nelson's tour crashed on an icy road outside of dallas, the country star was not on the bus. three band members were irinjured seriously enough to be hospitalized. all are expected to be recovered, but the tour is now suspended. umcropping performances are now cancel and a december 10th concert in las vegas is on the schedule for now. three men tried to smuggle almost 300 pounds of marijuana into the united states on kayaks. these pictures of the kayaks that were used by the men. in all agents say there were 99 bundles marijuana worth about $178,000. agents say when the kayaks were spotted yesterday morning, the suspected smugglers jumped into the water and tried to swimtor shore. the necessary is closing in, that is what officials say in kentucky about the 26,000 dollar pappy van winkle bourbon
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heist. it was in mid-october that a they have or thieves made och with 65 cases the pricey spirits. one man, this person on surveillance video has been ruled out and now it seems it is an inside job. authorities say they are confident that they will find whoever is responsible. the assassin who gunned down robert kennedy has been transferred to a new california prison and it's the timing of that transfer that is raising some eyebrows. sirhan sirhan was moved to richard donavon prison in san diego. a state corrects spokesman says the transfer was routine and says that the date was "ang unfortunate coincidence." toronto mayor phorid is seeing
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his approval rating is rising. president obama's approval rating is 41% after the botched health care rollout. before ford admitted in october to smoking crack and what he called a drunken stupor his approval rating was 39%. the same polls show 6% want him to resign. fords is he has no innocent of stepping down. >> the faa will test overweight pilots and air- traffic controllers for body mass index is 40 or greater they will have to be tested for sleep apnea. there was a deadly crash near buffalo, new york, in which investigators say the pilots were fatigued. british airways is running an unusual ad in picadilly circus with built in
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surveillance technology that can detect when a british airplane is flying overhead. the child points to the real plane in real-time. they say the advertisement is similar to an ad from norway. >> your library book could be carrying traces of a sexually transmitted disease. a three-alarm fire sends people fleeing from a san francisco cafe and what witnesses heard that could help firefighters with their investigation. [z
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cafe had people scrambling to escape. the location had crews concern and prompted a large response from the city's fire department. christien kafton was the first journalism on on the scene and say fire crews moved witnesses because they were worried by anearby gas line. >> reporter: while crews worked to put out this three-alarm fire, laurel terence ran her ziolkow practice out of the building for 35 years and only surveyed the damaged and loped for the best. >> one of my friends lives in the neighborhood onesimo smoke and called me and said your office is on fire. i ran over and i'm seeing it for the first time. oh, my goodness. >> reporter: crews say the fire seemed to have been concentrated between these two building. the other of d & s, the italian cafe on the first floor heard popping nos noises and then smelled smoke and saw flames. he rushed the customers out of his restaurant and he was too distraught to talk on-camera, but witnesses may have clues
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for the fire. >> we have witnesses, independent witnesses saying that they heard popping sounds and there was heavy fire. >> reporter: san francisco police moved crowds back, saying that the fire appeared to be burning near a gas line. pg&e wason the scene and closed off the line. they moved to get water on the fire as quickly as possible and called for more than a hundred firefighters concerned it could spread. >> they are wood buildings and the buildings touch above, so there is zero property line and if it gets into one building it will usually go to the next build. >> reporter: ultimately firefighters were able to keep the fire confined to these go building. at this point there is no word on how much damage was done and no official word on a cause. in san francisco, christien kaston, ktvu channel 2 news. daly city police are looking for after a missing
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teen. the family of 17-year-old maliyah alapati reported her missing at 6:30 last night. she is samoan, 5'3" and weighs about 110 pounds. changes are coming to a beloved daly city restaurant. joe's is changing hands. the new owners plan to take oven at the end of january and close the italian eatery for upgrades. >> they used to give -- donate all of the food for the pasta dinner at the church that made a lot of money to run the school. this places had been like home and we know a lot of people that work here and we know the owners. we have been here a long time and i don't think they can be reoperationed. >> the restaurant plans to close on january 26th and it's expected to stay closed until sometime in early 2015. the closure is expected to put about one hundred restaurant employees out of work. bay area non-profits are
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certainly thankful for the generous donations that are coming in, but as ktvu alex savidge explains the need for them this thanksgiving is growing faster than the contributions. needle this line of people stretched around the block as police from the police activities hands out free turkeys with help from the command staff. >> thank you for the turkeys for thanksgiving. >> reporter: this event was organized by the community giving foundation, which donated 1500 thanksgiving turkeys. >> you know, they ain't got to worry about paying for a turkey and pay their pge. >> reporter: meantime in san francisco today, volunteers collected frozen turkeys outside of st. anthony's. the largest donation of the day. >> we have 165 turkeys. >> reporter: was delivered in this u-haul truck by parishioner. >> it's important for us because we have to share our
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good with others and that is exactly what we're doing. >> reporter: all of those donated turk ries will be cooked here in the st. anthony's kitchen and served on thanksgiving day. they expect to different out about 4,000 meals, that is 500 more meals than last year, the foundation foresees a greater need because many people who struggle to put food on the table have had their federal assistance slashed. >> anyone on food stamps is probably short anywhere from 1 to five or six meals a month. so we're expecting to serve big numbers on thanksgiving day. >> the st. anthony turkey tally showed a strong first day, and volunteers hope to have a thousand birds by thanksgiving. in san francisco, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. it was 35 years ago that the father of a 2-year-old took the boy from his mother and brought him to mexico without her knowledge. well, for years the woman searched for her son, but to no
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avail and today in southern california at the airport there, the two were reunited. cameras surrounded the two as they hugged each other for the very first time for decades david amaya doesn't speak english and his mother doesn't speak spanish, the mother and son exchanged kisses and i-love-yous. >> i was very overwhelmed because i was never out-of- state and moved to see my state i haven't seen in so many years awesome. >> i feel greater. >> david says his father told him he was abandoned by his mother. he was raised by his grand parents and rarely saw his father. this next story might make you think twice about checking out a library copy off "fifty shades of gray."
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a study found in antwerp library. the researchers say that the traces were too small to pose any risks to the reader. very interest. the anatomy of a happy couple and how book written for a business audience is shedding light on a successful relationship. >> plus an island in the making, the science behind japan's newest piece of property. the winds are dying down a bit, ♪
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hey, that's the last crescent! oh, did you want it? yeah. we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and flakey. that's half. that's not half! guys, i have more. thanks, mom. [ female announcer ] do you have enough pillsbury crescents? so i should probably get the last roll... yeah but i practiced my bassoon.
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[ mom ] and i listened. [ brother ] i can do this. [ imitates robot ] everyone deserves ooey, gooey, pillsbury cinnamon rolls. make the weekend pop. . well a pretty active weather pattern this week, first the heavy rainfall earlier and then the strong
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winds with the winds backing o. temperatures allowed to drop off quite a bit and, in fact, already falling off rapidly. cold enough that we have freeze warnings towards the sacramento valley and vacaville and fairfield as well, until sunday morning at 8:00. here is a look at some of the current numbers already back down to 40 degrees in napa, santa rosa, currently 42. those areas will be dropping into the lower 30s overnight. san francisco 54 and san josi at last check reporting 52 degrees. for tonight, clear and cold, tomorrow some morning frost with mostly sunny skies. here is our live camera looking out towards the bay bridge and san francisco. mostly sunny skies to reach 61-63 degrees. next week, more clouds and rain chance on the increase in the forecast. overnight lows first thing tomorrow morning, santa rosa and napa, both around 30-31.
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this should be 46 degrees in san francisco, but you get the idea, lots of 40s around the bay. patchy fog resurfacing in some of its inland valleys towards antioch, lots of sunshine for your sunday, but with that and the winds backing off, that cold air will be a factor tomorrow morning. dense fog resurfaces in the central valley and we could have a few patches around the delta and sacramento. in fact, sacramento report something dense fog last check. as far as the next chance of rain, most of november has been very dry. we had the rainstorm last week and our next chance of rain pushes into the region by wednesday, wednesday night and into thursday for thanksgiving. here is the activity, tracking the timing and the possibility over the next few days. for tomorrow, lots of sunshine.
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patchy fog towards antioch and brentwood. and the oakland raiders forecast for tomorrow, looks pretty good with lots of sunshine and temperatures on track to reach lower 60s. kickoff at 1:05. as far as more temperatures coming up, we'll san josi, forecasted high 63 and here is a look ahead your five-day forecast, you will notice the temperatures another cold start monday morning. partly sunny skies into tuesday. by wednesday, there is that chance of a shower, especially by wednesday night the for thanksgiving on thursday, we'll take a look at that forecast. hard to give a detailed outlook just yet. we're going to go with scattered showers first thing thursday morning. a chance of showers into the afternoon hours. you get the idea at least right now we're thinking the budge of activity will be first thing thursday morning. heather and ken, we're talking about 30s out there. >> all right, thank you, mark,
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we have been washed. if you always wanted to leave the hectic world behind and live on an island, well there is a brand-new new for you off the coast of japan 600 miles south of tokyo. it was born on thursday, when lava rose from the ocean floor and solidified. don't pac pack too much for your visit, the islet measures 650' across, about the size of a studio apartment in the city. some relationship experts say a book written for a business audience is shedding light on what makes a successful couple, the book entitled "give and take: a revolution approach to success" by adam grant say people generally fall into three categories, can you guess them ken? >> givers. >> and takers. >> and the author says that most success of relationships are made up of two givers and say each pattern should be willing to support each other without expecting anything in return. makes total sense. >> total sense, both sides
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have been to committed. >> yes. >> thank you. >> coming up next we hear from the stanford cardinals as they have a record day against cal. >> tempers flare ♪ hey, that's the last crescent! oh, did you want it? yeah. we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and flakey. that's half. that's not half! guys, i have more. thanks, mom. [ female announcer ] do you have enough pillsbury crescents? so i should probably get the last roll... yeah but i practiced my bassoon. [ mom ] and i listened.
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[ brother ] i can do this. [ imitates robot ] everyone deserves ooey, gooey, pillsbury cinnamon rolls. make the weekend pop.
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the toyota sportswrap brought to you by your local toyota dealer, toyota, let's go places. good evening everyone and welcome to this saturday night edition of sportswrap. through 116 years there have been some very competitive wig game and some that match up two teams going in opposite directions. it was the latter scenario that played out today at stanford stadium, the ax in possession of stadium ranked 10th and trying to bounce back from the last los last week at ucla.
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took stanford one minute to get on the scoreboard. ty montgomery going 31 yards to the end zone. this would be a record day for montgomery and the cardinals. one fleeting second it looks like the bears might make a game of it. cal answers and it's 7-7. but this was a day in which stanford got the ball into the hands of the guy who was hot, kevin hogan to montgomery. montgomery scores for a second time, 14-7, montgomery scored a third touchdown. still in the 1st quarter. then early 2nd, he scored a fourth time. a quick pass from hogan and montgomery is block and he is gone for 72 yards and 28-10 with just 16 seconds gone in the 2nd quarter. the freshman goff threw for 109 yards and set the cal single season, but he was hit by shayne skov, goff left the game
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with a shoulder injury. wasn't halftime left and montgomery put himself in the stanford record books. five touchdowns in a game, tied the record said by d.a.ib nelson darin nelson in 1981. nobody touches gaffney as he trots to end zone. stanford with 603 yards of offense and the most points ever scored in the 116 years of the big game. the ax will not be coming to berkeley for at least another year. 63-13 the final, cal's season is over at 1-11 in sonny dykes first year. they play notre dame next week and a new outlook about the conference championship. >> we're really excited for a combination of things, to get back in the driver's seat in our conference, which has always been our goal, nothing
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else. getting back in the driver's seat and playing extremely well today, in all three phrases and the fact that we're back in the pac championship game and the fact is now what are we going to do with it? >> a total team effort. ty couldn't have gotten the ball if the offensive line didn't give me great protection. >> here is the other half of the story for the cardinals, oregon at arizona and here is an indication of how things would go for the ducks. marcus mariota's pass bounces off his receiver,; scooby wright gets the tip. stanford hoping for an arizona win to put the cardinals back in the pac-12 title picture and got their wish ka'deem carey running for four touchdowns. stanford will represent the north in the pac-12 title game. the final part of the equation, could jim moore and ucla beat
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arizona state and keep the pac12 south up for grabs another week? ucla's brent hundley picked off by bradford. the bruins staged a dramatic come back, but fell shot. asu will need to beat arizona next week. here is the block of concrete, sac state and uc davis playing. 14-0 davis in the 1st quarter. more locals for the aggies here as cardinal newman's tom hemmingson. the aggies win 34-7 and get to keep the concrete. both teams 5-7 official.
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oklahoma state cowboys hosted unbeaten baylor. the cowboys put it away. paton takes up the loose ball, takes it 78 yard to the end zone. tomorrow's bcs rankings will be worth watching. 4th-rank baylor loses for the first time in season, and the cowboys improve to 10-1. well, they get the tiger fan started at a young age in bough. lsu trying to make life rough for johnny manziel and texas a&m. look at the move by landry to get into the end zone. aggies trailing 24-10 and manziel intercepted in the end zone. the aggies go down by 34-10 score and lose for the third time this year. manziel will decide soon whether or not he will turn prowhen the season is over. this is the week in which many of the nation's top teams have scheduled cupcakes --
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don't tell that to florida. jerick mckinnon goes to break the tie. gators with a chance to pull it ute from the 18, skyler morgan weg's mornhinweg's pass is broken up. the gators have a losing season for the first time since 1979. the warriors rise into the nba lead has taken a hit. golden state trying to cool off a very hot portland team. the injury news keeps coming steph curry back, but andre iguodala out indefinitely. the two teams slugged it out in more than one way. >> we're in the 3rd and the offense still in rhythm, curry with a no-look to david lee,
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who had his usual double- double. andrew bought and portland's freeman got tangled up. bogut makes contact with williams. more pushing and shoving in front of the warrior's benj. all portland after this. the warriors still up by 3 after 3. the blazers close the game on 42-18 run. nicolas batum with the jam. 113-101 the final. warriors off on a four-game road-trip that begins in new orleans on tuesday. still to come on
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you know how much grandma
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wanted to be here for your fist christmas? you see grandma lives waaaay down here, and you live way up here. brian, your cousin, he's a little bit older than you, he lives here, in chicago. and your aunt lisa lives here, in baltimore. uncle earnie? waaay out in hawaii. but don't you worry, we will always be together for christmas. [ male announcer ] being together
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is the best part of the holidays and cheerios is happy to be part of the family. you just ate dallas! . the scoring game quickly for the san josi sharks and it turns out to be enough to squeak out a win over the new jersey devils. five minutes into the game, fires high on. at first they were not sure it was a goal and on replay you can see how quickly the putt hits the next. havlat with a but they behind the net to kennedy and then kennedy converts. this one was worth another look, the effort by havlat no look with the pass. devils scored in the 3-d and then san josi had to hang on
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and scary moment for brodeur who was hit in the back of the head. one of boxing's most iconic figures was back in the ring after a year. manny pacquiao against rios. pacquiao using his usual combination of punches and the win means pacquiao was the winner. wbo, international welterweight title. the raiders are a chance to show that they have turned the corner and put themselves in the middle of the wild-card picture. a chance to improve to 5-6 for the season. mcgloin will get the start at quarterback. last week it was by necessity and this week due to his
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performance. he will be backed up this week bit previous starter, terrelle pryor, who mcgloin expects to be supportive. >> at the end of the day, the most important thing is getting the win. so now that i'm in the starting position, and mindset still hasn't changed and doing it all now that i have to work harder to keep this position. so i'm accepting that and i'm ready for it and i enjoy it. >> here is what is happening tomorrow here on channel 2 on fox, the fox pregame show at 9:00 and our game is minnesota at green bay. at 6:00, the 49s are have the monday night game in washington. >> well, thank you. >> thank you for making ktvu your source for news.
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>> join us ktvu at 7:00 a.m. for all the overnight news and we're always here for you and mom, this is not right.
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her coming over here with dad, sitting across the table from you... it's just--it's got to be too weird for you. no, debra, it won't be. we talked about it, and, really, i'm fine. i don't like this at all. all right, come on, ma. no. marie, what do you think? well, bringing some girl, some floozy to dinner with his ex-wife-- it's uncouth. oh, i don't think she's a floozy, marie. then why date her?


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