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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> welcome. i'm john fenoglio. >> and i'm vicki liviakis. tonight. down to the final hours before a possible second bart strike. the question on everyones mind. deal or no deal? one day after bart and the unions representing workers sat at the bargaining table for more than 12 hours. both sides could be seen heading back in for hopefully what will be the end of negotiations and finally an agreement between the two sides. there's less than four hours to go until the current 30-day contract
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extension expires. our team coverage starts with kron four's philippe djegal who is live in oakland. where talks are on- going. and kron 4's alecia reid with bart commuters in san francisco. first we head to oakland for an update. philippe? >> reporter: vicki. the chief negotiator for the union representing bart supervisors. afscme local 3993. says today, lieutenant governor gavin newsom has joined the face-to-face negotiations. we're told he's been involved in the talks over the phone this past month. but today, he's here, at caltrans headquarters in oakland. his role, however, is unclear. >> reporter: when i spoke with the chief negotiator, the talks have stalled between the bart district. things are not looking that great. and they say that the
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same people that they passed a more just about 30 minutes ago also reminded us that they still have difficulty reaching a decision. reporting live, phillipe djegal, kron 4 news. >> thank-you. this is video of the two sides arriving at the bargaining table at around 11-30 this morning. bart's chief negotiator thomas hock. a-t-u local 15-55 president antonette bryant seen walking in as well. outside of that, we havent heard much from either side today. they've been upstairs negotiating. thomas hock says both sides know time is running out. and, that there's a lot on the line. one longtime bart train operator says he showed up today to support the unions. though, he hasn't been at the bargaining table. he says he wants a deal. but wouldn't be upset if union workers agreed to extend talks beyond tonight deadline. when i spoke to one of the union negotiators at six o'clock. i was told talks had pretty much stalled. but that there's hope. however, he added that bart workers have not thrown away their picket signs. live in oakland, philippe
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djegal, kron four news. >> across the bay in san francisco, kron 4's alecia reid is talking to riders about their commuting plan. alecia what are they saying? they are gearing up for what could be another strike. >> we are using more gasoline, and mileage on my truck. >> i support the workers! >> reporter: some of them got a taste now they believe that they have it all figured out. however, some visitors to will need to get out of san francisco and they are hoping for the best. >> i avoid the city at all costs. i am hoping that everything can come out decent with not much hassle. >> eliminate paddock. -- i am i
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. >> and as he will find a way out of timsome of them will not be able to get back into this city. >> we just arrived from albany with friends. and we're not able to get into this city to visit the tourist sites. the only alternative is to get a taxi cab which will be prohibitive. the bart strike last month inconvenienced thousands of people.and the thought of another one makes a lot of commuters very uneasy. >> major inconvenience. using up mileage, gas in my truck >> take the ferry or the bus. it's ok i support the workers while some people got a taste last month of what it's like to get around without bart and now believe they have it all figured out --- we ran into a few visitors that will need to get out of san francisco after a long weekend --- and are hoping for the best. >> i avoided the city at all costs during the last bart strike. i'm crossing my fingers and hoping everyone can come up with a deal so i can get outta town with no hassles tomorrow. >> i'll panic and panic and panic some more. just kidding. i'll dust it off and find another way to the airport. while quinn riedy will find
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a way out of town, others who just arrived in the bay area believe once they get on bart tonight, they won't be able to get back into the >> we've just arrived from england and staying with some friends in albany, and if bart strikes tonight we won't be able to get into touristy sites. we'll be stuck in albany. our only other option will be to get a cab which is very expensive compared to bart. alecia reed, kron 4 news. the clock is ticking and so many people are waiting, anticipating what tomorrow d the rest of the week's commute will be like. live at the powell street bart station if there is another bart strike other transit agencies will be ready to try and help keep the bay area moving. kron 4's scott rates is live at the caltrans building in oakland. scott what are some of the alternatives for commuters if we see a strike tomorrow? and you can also get the latest developments on bart and the strike threat. no matter where you go, with the new kron 4 news app. it is free and available on just about any mobile device; android, apple, blackberry, and kindle. by downloading the app you can sign up for push alerts and be notified of an agreement or strike and other breaking bart-related news. if there is a strike on monday, they will run from 5:00 a.m.-88 m and for the evening commute will start from 3:00 p.m. until your
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own original location. the morning commute will start at 5:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. parking? there is limited to free parking at the bbart station. they will charter 95 s bosses. and if that for some reason it will drag on, more charter buses -- will be more. 95 will be chartered. and as far as the ferries? the self-san francisco, oakland, alameda and now, the self-san francisco they will start at 5:00 a.m. this sel solve if the now. and now, these ferry parking lots filled up fast. reporting live. scott rates, kron 4 news. sc assessment
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tonight bay area authorities remain vigilant as the world watches and waits after the u-s government warns of a potential terror attack. local authorities are said to be working with federal and state officials and are monitoring possible targets here in the bay. emily schmidt reports that in the mideast, u-s intelligence is closely watching for a terrorist reaction. >> reporter: field level sources says there is an eminent threat if. half full of alif they describe reserves feshow credible and ambiguous. his described-the if refug with his security or rn
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the u.s. embassy is some type tight....the alquedea leader is taking an oppoutnite momemnt... a very
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foggy and mild morning. through antioch, some sunshine. we saw some of clods clearing out. and also on the close some clouds-clearing out. and into the bay some of those temperatures were cooler view the bay. with antioch had some sunshine in the morning. and ninth degrees. we will see temperatures above the same for tomorrow.
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60s a john? >> a man is driving through a board wall. details of the a flight had to make an
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emergency landing at san franicso's international airport. the united airlines flight was heading to australia last night just before 11 p- m when one out of the four engines on the plane failed. >> the engine failure happened shortly after take off. the plane managed to turn around and land safely back at s-f-o. it is unclear at this time what caused the engine to fail. coming up on kron 4 news at eight. a man drives through a crowded venice boardwalk, killing one woman and leaving many more injured. new details and dramatic video of yesterday's terrifying hit-and-run. plus. we tell our kids not to talk to strangers, but do they listen? we'll show you a chilling report. and.caught on camera. a prisoner dives for a baliff's gun in a crowded court room. more news is next. a peaceful saturday evening turned tragic, as a car barreled through the venice beach boardwalk during one of the busiest times of the week. the driver is now charged with murder. katie murray has the story.
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in richmond, nearly half of the home mortgages are underwater. an estimated 46- percent. and now the city has come up with a way, which it says, will help struggling home owners stay in their houses.
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monday and tuesday, very similar. and as for go for the end of the week we will see some changes. and even some cooler temperatures. we could see that fog clearing. near the bay and that will help draw up temperatures. we should see less fog at slightly cooler temperatures. midnight tonight the fog and a coast will see push overnight just about clouds, every
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save up to 20% on an ikea kitchen. announced a plan for the city to buy mortgages from banks. both current and delinquent. the city would buy loans at fair market value. and allow homeowners to refinance. the city says, if the banks do not agree to the plan, the city can take the action by using its eminent domanin powers. in all, the city of richmond wants to buy 626- underwater loans with the intention of adding more homes, if the plan is successful. they believe the action will help to keep neighborhoods stable. those against the plan say, it could make borrowing more expensive for the entire community. richmond would be the first city in the nation to take on local principal reduction. tonight --- we want to show you a special report on child safety. a tv crew shows us how much effort it took -to lure children away from their parents at a park. all using one of the oldest tricks in the book -- a dog. they approached 20 children over four days -- and while many did the right thing, some did not. kira phillips has the stunning story. >> reporter: it was so
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easy! >> what did he look like to you? >> a nice man that had a dog. >> and what would doo-doo do next time that you do not know? >> i would tell my mom. >> for these the conversation about creditors is just starting. however, for another, she could not even talk about it. it was so devastating about you are about to see she passe in some f the identity. >> i have a tory. and we have to get a good grip. a
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warning from the mother was forgotten! >> take a look to this child was vulnerable to deception. if i was a real sex predator. experts say it's important to teach your children that bad people don't necessarily look mean - they often smile and act friendly. they uggest using role- playing and "what if" scenarios. and -- using a secret code word in emergency situations. if you can't pick up your child yourself they say - make sure they never leave with anyone who doesn't know that code word. >> a scary seeing news. a shackled inmate makes a daring move in a florida courtroom against some quick
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thinking deputies. we have the surveilance footage. more news after the a scary scene in a courtroom is caught on camera. a tampa, florida inmate waiting on his turn before the judge lunges for a sheriff deputie's gun! in this court room surveliance video you can see the female deputy walk past the seated and handcuffed prisoner. 24 year-old robert bridges. bridges then suddenly jumps up and tries to pull the sidearm from her holster. the 18-year-veteran deputy swiped the inmate's hand away and distanced herself. while other alert officers swarmed the man and dissarmed him. the event unfolded in court last tuesday. officials say it's rare for an inmate to be this bold. ahead on the kron 4 evening news. two strikes and you're out, a-rod. how major league baseball will likely come down hard and suspend alex rodriguez. 15 >> plus. how russia's discriminatory treatment towards gay people is playing out ahead of the 2014 winter olympics. stay with us.
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>> coming up york fall weather forecast and the latest and the bart strike. look at 'em.
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welcome. i'm john fenoglio. and i'm vicki liviakis. tonight. down to the final hours before a possible second bart strike. the question on everyones mind. deal or no deal? one day after bart and the unions representing workers sat at the bargaining table for more than 12 hours. both sides could be seen heading back in for hopefully what will be the end of negotiations and finally an agreement between the two sides. there's less than four hours to go until the current 30- day contract extension expires. our team coverage starts with kron four's philippe djegal who is live in oakland. where talks are on- going. and kron 4's alecia reid with bart commuters in san francisco. first we head to oakland for an update.
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if you can remember back to the first day of the bart
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strike, you remember gridlock. but it might surprise you to know on that first day july first, traffic was actually down slightly on the bay bridge, but up on richmond san rafael, dumbarton and san mateo bridge but let's get to the nitty gritty..congestion. the worst traffic on the bay bridge on july 1st was between 8 and 9 am but as we made our way through the week, people started leaving earlier and by friday july 5th, just before the trains started rolling again, the worst traffic on the bridge was between 6 and 7 am and remember we are expecting a 10% increase in vehicles if a strike happens next week now let's talk about the worst commutes they were all i n the east bay. 80 from the carquinez bridge to the bay bridge 580 from 238 to the maze 880 from fremont to oakland and 24 from 680 through the caldecott to 580 how bad was it. well on that first day it took an additional 24 minutes to get from the carquinez bring to the maze and an additional 12 minutes on highway 24 both during the morning westbound commute and along 880 at winton avenue in hayward. traffic increased 114 percent between the 6 and 7 o clock hour..that's a lot of cars, but hopefully armed with some of this info you will be able to make some smart comute choices should a strike come next week dan kerman kron 4 news
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in richmond, nearly half of the home mortgages are underwater. an estimated 46- percent. and now the city has come up with a way, which it says, will help struggling home owners stay in their houses. on the steps of city hall, the mayor and supporters announced a plan for the city to buy mortgages from banks. both current and delinquent. the city would buy loans at fair market value. and allow homeowners to refinance. the city says, if the banks do not agree to the plan, the city can take the action by using its eminent domanin powers. in all, the city of richmond wants to buy 626- underwater loans with the intention of adding more homes, if the plan is successful. they believe the action will help to keep neighborhoods stable. those against the plan say, it could make borrowing more expensive for the entire community. richmond would be the first city in the nation to take on local principal reduction. tonight --- we want to show you a special report on child safety.
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their routes, we show you alternate driving options ahead of tomorrow commute. we're less than four hours away from when the current 30-day extension of the bart union worker's contract with bart expires. if a deal is not reached -- it appears the strike will resume. tonight. kron four's philippe djegal is live in oakland. with an update on where talks stand now. with a strike looking possible. many commuters have started thinking about when they will leave for work on monday. and which route to take. tonight kron 4's dan kerman looks at how the roadways faired during the first strike in july. , and which ones were most congested. if you can remember back to the first day of the bart strike, you remember gridlock. but it might surprise you to know on that first day july first, traffic was actually down slightly on the bay bridge, but up on richmond san rafael, dumbarton and san mateo bridge but let's get to the nitty gritty..congestion. the worst traffic on the bay bridge on july 1st was between 8 and 9 am but as we made our way through the week, people started leaving earlier and by friday july 5th, just before the trains started rolling again, the worst traffic on the bridge was between 6 and 7 am and remember we are expecting a 10% increase in vehicles if a strike happens next week now let's talk about the worst commutes they were all i n the east bay. 80 from the carquinez bridge to the bay bridge 580 from 238 to the maze 880 from fremont to oakland and 24 from 680 through the caldecott to 580 how bad was it. well on that first day it took an
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additional 24 minutes to get from the carquinez bring to the maze and an additional 12 minutes on highway 24 both during the morning westbound commute and along 880 at winton avenue in hayward. traffic increased 114 percent between the 6 and 7 o clock hour..that's a lot of cars, but hopefully armed with some of this info you will be able to make some smart comute choices should a strike come next week dan kerman kron 4 news new statistics are revealing. crime on bart trains and in bart stations is on the rise. it's one of the issues bart unions have made a sticking point during negotiations. kron 4's maureen kelly brings us the details on the disturbing trend. in san pablo, californai a minister has been sentenced to nine years in state prision for raping a woman in his home. the contra costa times reporting that 60-year-old derrick dwayne brooks was sentenced friday in contra costa county superior court. in may, a jury convicted brooks of charges that included rape and assult. brooks was a minister a minister at the lighthouse full gospel church pentecostal in san francisco. >> major league baseball will reportedly move to suspend new york yankees' star alex rodriguez tomorrow. the length of the suspension is unknown at this time. as is the exact time of the
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announcement. in the meantime, rodriguez said that he's looking forward to rejoining his teammates in chicago tomorrow. a-rod admitted to using performance enhancing drugs earlier in his career. rodriquez's agent has previously said they will appeal any suspension the league tries to impose. >> serve there are de -- at the airport because of these delays have and drizzle along the coast i will let you know about the cool down, coming up. a 49- year-old man killed in a mo- ped crash in connecticut early yesterday uncle of former n-f-l star aaron hernandez. police say that robert
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hernandez. police say that robert vale you're on timeout leo! ♪ ♪ hernandez. police say that robert vale some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof. some things will. save up to 20% on an ikea kitchen. witnesses over 35 days. participating in 19 murders, racketeering, money reign with the irish mafia. the 83-year-old said friday he would not take the stand. a tenth woman is accusing san diego mayor bob filner made unwanted advances. she says the mayor grabbed her hands and called her beautiful at a church charity breakfast in june. he also asked her if she was married and invited her out. at the time, filner was engaged. the first-term mayor is set to start two weeks of intensive therapy tomorrow. this while facing a sexual harassment lawsuit and calls for his resignation as a response to allegations that he groped women for years. russia has an olympic sized problem on its hands. coming up, we follow the controversy over new anti- gay laws. that could affect the upcoming games.
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on an ikea kitchen. >> controversy still building around the 2014 winter olympic games in sochi, russia. russian sports officials now say, the country's harsh new anti-gay laws. will *not apply to guests and athletes taking part in the games. but as jill dougherty reports. fear, uncertainty and anger. remains. >> reporter: the 2014 winter olympics in the black sea resort of sochi are president vladimir putin's biggest p.r. project yet. expected to be the most expensive olympics evermore than 50 billion dollars,but a new so-called "anti-gay propaganda" law has some worried that gay american athletes - or fans - could be arrested, fined and deported. the law makes it a crime to publicly acknowledge you're gay.provide information on homosexuality to minors.or
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publicly support equal rights for gays. >> johnny weir, u.s. figure skater: for me the olympics are the most important aspect of my life. they are the thing that made me johnny weir. >> reporter: openly-gay u.s figure skater johnny weir is against the new law but hopes to compete at sochi. >> johnny weir, u.s. figure skater: i think and believe really that our presence in russia will do nothing but help fight this law and help the lgbt community >> reporter: the gay rights group "all out". has launched a global campaign, urging pressure on the russian government to repeal the new law ahead of the sochi olympics. >> jeremy heimans - 'all out': we are going to take the message directly to the putin regime, >> reporter: some gay rights groups however, are boycotting russian vodka. and they're calling for boycotting the olympics. international gay rights groups say the law is fueling violence against gays in russia. two gay men were savagely murdered in less than a month. >> jessica stern,
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international gay and lesbian human rights commission: if you are an olympics fan who is vacationing in russia and you happen to be gay, or you are with your child happens to be gay and you pick up some information or have a book with you, you could be deported >> reporter: the international olympic committee says says it remains to be seen how the anti-gay law will be implemented, and it tells cnn: "the ioc has received assurances from the highest level of government in russia that the legislation will not affect those attending or taking part in the games.". >> that was jill dougherty reporting. russian officials are giving contradictory statements on whether the law will be enforced. a member of parliament says, it will not be enforced. while another official says, it is the law and has to be enforced. >> your credit score - can be a deal breaker. and a heartbreaker. coming up, we take a look at the latest criteria for hooking up. >> today was relatively cool. 60s
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the most important digits in a new relationship may be different than you think. a survey finds singles are increasingly looking at a potential partner's credit score before things get too serious. karin kayfa has more. >> reporter: perhaps forgot court response this response showing that funded to responsibility is important as compatibility, and
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financial responsibility. yet, romantic interest. >> the credit score does not necessarily mean that it is going to be low however, many people say that bad credit could be a deal breaker. many people say that this could be a non- qualifying element for home loans, car loans and a relationship. >> you might not be brief available for that information, but it should be every day information in conversation. for the longevity of the partnership. >> under new law, there is a new partnership with the three credits course you are able to get a new and free credit. karen king fahd. >> the obama administration stepped in today and
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overturned a looming ban on older apple i-phones and ipads. the ban was put in place by the international trade commission. it stemmed from a patent dispute on wireless communications between the i-phone maker and samsung. it's the first time the president has stepped in on an i-t-c decision since 1987. missy franklin has become the most successful female swimmer ever at the world championships. franklin claimed her sixth gold medal tonight. swimming the leadoff leg for the americans in the 400-meter medley relay. the winning time was three minutes and 53-point-23 seconds. the 18-year-old swimmer improved on her performance at the london olympics, where she was one of the biggest stars with four golds and a bronze. franklin is also one of only swimmers to capture as many as six golds at either worlds or an olympics. instead of "hail to the chief," president barack obama is most likely hearing strains of "happy birthday" this weekend. the president turns 52 today. it's his fifth birthday in office. he is spending part of the day at the presidential retreat camp david. this week he'll travel here to the west coast to discuss plans to help homeowners, appear on "the tonight show" with jay leno and visit with troops at camp pendleton.
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15 o here is a look of the bay bridge. towards the low clouds for tonight. certainly, it has been cloudy off. for the ocean influenced. look for the fog to return to the bay. as i mentioned, concord, livermore, fairfield for who will start off the day on monday. you're the coast it will take nearly the entire morning for that fog to clear her. some sunshine,
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elsewhere. cooler. 70s. san jos0 degrees cooler. for this time of year and the fog tracker, showing by midnight. low clouds, pressing east-bound for if near the coast, san francisco, son's body drizzle. 10:00 a.m., that should be clearing if. however, petaluma and a san francisco. temperatures are going to be in the '70s. the same for santa clara the warmest place is, topping
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out and the mid '80s. for antioch, redwood. low 80s. and for the east bay shore. loughner plenty of 67 oakland's for. for mid-60s 74 in the sonoma, fairfield. your kron 4 7 day around the bay temperatures have been mild. for the middle of this week's and by wednesday, thursday, friday. 60s along. oprah's network "own" has *finally turned a profit
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this quarter. for the favorite former talk-show host. but as jake tapper her oprah is back! some baseball fans are cheering tonight.just not bay area fans. sports coming up. plus. the movies that made it to the top at the weekend box office. after the break. look at 'em.
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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. now for a roundup.or should
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i say takeover at the box office this past weekend. "2 guns" starring mark wahlberg and denzel washington blew past the competition grossing 27- point-four million dollars. slipping into second, "the wolverine" -- starring hugh jackman. the action flick was unable to claw its way back to the top -- bringing in 21- point-seven million dollars. now in third -- "the smurfs 2" with a dismal opening. the 3-d animated sequel ringing up only 18-point- two million dollars. some days you just can't win. for the giants - this is one of them. tampa bay rays beat san francisco 4-3 today. putting them in last place in the nl west. tomorrow night, the giants take on the brewers. .with a new leadoff hitter in place - marco scutaro and hunter pence are the two candidates. no joy in oakland.as texas beat the a's 4-0 today. nate freiman had two hits for the a's, who have lost four of five. rangers, on the other hand, have won six of seven and sheehy half games of the al west division leading a's. they play the reds on tuesday.
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if bart workers do go on strike, some commuters may be able to use golden gate transit busses and ferries as an alternative. been a triumph? >> let us your kron 4 7 day around the bay some sunshine. with mostly sunny skies your kron 4 7 day around the bay and all so, 4 look forepaw if we will be vastly more information on the ford
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simon cowell's love child controversy. will he be forced to take a paternity test? plus, new details on the anthony weiner scandal. i'm rob marciano. simon, the married new york socialite, and the baby at the center of the alleged love triangle. >> he assumed she was using birth control. >> was simon tricked or was he just careless? >> his attorney should advise him to not take a paternity test. inside the mind of anthony weiner. >> i violated the trust of my wife. but i'm not going to quit based on that. >> his former sexting mistress speaking out. >> he had a lot of fantasies as far as he loved me in heels. >> now will more women come forward? a real housewife of new jersey and her husband indicted for fraud, facing 50 years behind bars.

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