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bear!" we're thinking about somebody drunk or my little kid thought it was a dog but as i got closer i was like it's a bear. >> there it was there on the bay area sidewalk. what we know about what happened before this. being held on a million dollars bail for scratching cars? why police took extra measures for one woman. >> i come home at night i don't try to close down the bars of sacramento. >> it is like putting count dracula in charge of the blood bank. >> off the tv for an hour face to face political promises and personal jabs at tonight's big debate. club scene where all the attention is on you and your cardio. an introduction to u jam. i am dana king. >> i am ken passty at that. a mystery in a san leandro
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neighbourhood a dead bear in front of a deli. it was out side the market. how a bear got there. >> why dump it in the street. what an inhumane thing. >> mario was stopping in at his san leandro taco shock sunday when he saw something unusual down the sidewalk >> i thought some body drunk my little kid thought a dog and as we got closer, holy smoke it is a bear. we don't think of a bear being here on the city sidewalk. >> reporter: it was a bear. a male black bear, 300 pounds, it had been shot in the shoulder. >> i have no idea how it got here. the best thought i got is someone or some people's joke. >> reporter: the zoo checked all its bears are accounted for besides they have a different kind of bear. black bears are of course common in california but not in east bay and especially not
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here in residential san leandro. a spokesman for department of fish and game tells the chronicle this was likely shot elsewhere and dumped here at terrace market on the sidewalk by the parking lot. >> it has been dead for awhile it smelled bad and had a big bloody shot you could see the flies hovering around it. >> reporter: if you have information how the bear got here sunday evening you are asked to call the state fish and game department. joe vazquez. cbs 5. >> we just got off the phone with fish and game it is bear hunting season but if you kill a bear you must use all of the bear meat you have to have a tag to do that legally it is illegal to dump a carcass and a misdemeanour to waste game meat. a san jose woman is being held on one million dollars bail for vandalism. they believe she is a serial scratcher, roughing up more than a dozen cars across two counties not just any cars.
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the kind of vehicles police say she is targeting. >> reporter: no, that is not decorative pin striping on that black mercedes, felony vandalism. >> when you see this how does it make you feel? >> quite upset. >> reporter: this woman is one of possibly dozens of victims over east and south bay police say have had their bmws or mercedes scratched by this woman, 30-year-old nancy ni of san jose on saturday, a security guard at valley fair mall was on a stake out in the parking lot and saw her scratch three cars including the black mercedes. >> are you angry? >> no, just upset i mean i can't be angry i mean, what is done is done. >> reporter: it is not her first arrest for this kind of vandalism. this is her mug shot from milpitas two weeks ago where she scratched another two cars in addition to milpitas and san jose she has been linked to car scratchings in sunnyvale, santa
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clara and pleasonton and faces one charge but may be linked to 16 other scratched cars investigators say she targeted shopping mall parking lots near freeways. she herself drives a 2009 black bmw >> why those particular cars? >> we really don't know. the investigation we tried to get a statement from her, but we were not able to really establish motive behind why it is she is doing that. >> something seriously wrong with her she must be very angry or something. >> reporter: back here at the scene of the crime at valley fair mall where her arrest over the weekend happened while she was on bail from the arrest in milpitas from two weeks ago and so as a result, her bail today was set at a hefty one million dollars. >> that is hefty. kit doe valley fair. oakland police think a 6- year-old oakland girl became the unintended target of a gang shooting around 2:15 a.m. this morning leslie ramirez was
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asleep in her home on seminary avenue near east 16th street when some body owned fire. police say about 20 bullets hit that home, one struck her in the arm and then lodged in her chest. luckily her injureds are not life threatening they think the shots were meant for their 18- year-old brother another shooting resported along the same street a month ago so far no arrests have been made in the case. a construction crew ruptured a gas line in alameda today it happened 2:00 p.m. this afternoon bay farm island thanks to viewer leslie difassio who sent us this video you can see debris kicked up by the gas spewing out of that line. about a dozen homes were evacuated pg&e capped it 6:15 p.m. tonight. >> the death toll from the san bruno pipeline explosion is at 8. james fran colived down the block from the blast site he survived the fire but suffered
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severe burns he died at ucf medical center yesterday. today in washington dc a senate cub committee held a hearing on the disaster. >> firefighters actually were powerless, the water main in the area had burst in the blast,. >> individually and collectively as an industry, every company that operates natural gas facilities shares a profound responsibility to protect public safety. it is bar none the highest duty that we are entrusted with. >> senators diane nine stein and barbara -- feinstein and barbara boxer will double the fines, increase the fines for safety violations and require automatic electronic shut off valves where ever possible. a federal judge in san jose blocked what would have been stall fourneau's first execution in five years, albert green wood brown was set to die on thursday but the same judge who cleared the way for the
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execution says the court needs more time to assess the states new lethal injection procedures. >> gerry brown and meg whitman stood on the same stage tonight for their first debate both have memorable one liners, brown made light of his past, simon fresh shows us whitman compared her opponent to a vampire. >> putting gerry brown in charge of negotiating with labor unions around pensions, around how many people we have in the state government is like putting count dracula in charge of the blood bank. >> she was very aggressive. >> i have a wife, i come home at night i don't try to close down the bars of sacramento like when i was governor of california. >> i thought gerry was funny. >> reporter: the over riding theme of this debate held here on uc davis campus was how to break through the grid lock in sacramento. gerry brown says political experience.
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meg whitman says that is the problem. >> i have done eight budgets, most on time one was late by a week or two nothing like this mess. i know how to do it i have the will power independence. >> he will bring people together and it will be a meeting of special interests and unions there to collect ious. we have to put a sign on california that once again says open for business. i want to do targeted tax cuts, eliminate factory tax this is a tax that penalizes manufactures. >> i have a specific plan not to give a $5 billion tax break to myself, much less to the billionaires and millionaires, my plan is to invest in clean energy, green tech of the future. >> whitman did a good job just demonstrating her going forward through the debate i thought gerry was funny and did a good job on his feet and no body came away from thinking that he was too old to be gover for. >> the next debate is saturday
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in fresno. simon perez cbs 5. >> as for who won, california votes are split. our exclusive eyewitness news poll after the debate shows brown was a 3% lead over whitman within the 4.5% margin of error, 23% said there was no clear winner. coming up, cuts splitting the cal student body, one side athletes finding out they are being benched forever on the other side students who really don't seem to care. and a top model finale gone really wrong what happened when the wrong winner was announced. pgh >> 25 degrees. 25 degrees cooler in some neighbourhoods for your wednesday. i will pinpoint those locations. >> night club dancing. >> we are coming here to party and have a good time >> without the night club scene. >> just so much fun. >> coming up in minutes.
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athletic programs. coaching >> uc berkeley stunned everyone announcing it was doing away with several varsity athletic programs, coachling staff and players tell robert lisles they were blind sided. >> reporter: say it ain't so, joe golden bear baseball team knocking the cover off the ball since the first immigrants walked through the gates of ellis island in 1882 has been
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ditched forever. >> it was a difficult meeting to have maybe the most difficult i have ever had. >> reporter: the coach was told 118 years of baseball history would be eliminated. >> i don't know what our recourse is for fighting. i wish there were. we didn't seem to be given much hope it was just a matter of raising money and being able to pay for yourself >> university also ripped the net from beneath the mens and women's gymnastics team and took the sticks out of the hands of women's lacrosse team. each team will play their last game this season. >> i can promise the sam cal rugby culture will not be a victim to administrative structure. >> reporter: the most successful coach and team in school history, rugby, was saved by being reduced the a club sport which means scholarships are now out. >> this is very painful decisions and as i said to students earlier today,
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deciding which programs was the most difficult part of the plan. >> reporter: university says it has to save $5 million by 2014, so the teams had to go. students are diseffected. >> i don't really have an opinion. >> i have no opinion whatsoever. >> reporter: curious when you consider cuts at uc last year lead to students occupying a university building. >> maybe some are like well, this is what they deserve or something i don't think that. >> general disrespect for student body we were not consulted about it. >> get this the rugby team was saved because they not only meet expenditures annually they contribute more than $300,000 back to the athletic department now the baseball head coach tells me tonight he has been contacted by outside donors but his team is still slated for elimination at the end of the year, 163 student athletes will be effected dana, 13 coaches will be let go at the end of
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this year. >> sad day for student athletes. >> absolutely. >> thank you. well, there is a new dance craze that is creating quite a buzz because people are shedding pounds while they strut their stuff. juliette good rich shows us the new spin to health club fitness. >> reporter: traditional working out, a typical scene at the gym, unless you would rather turn fitness into one big party. >> are you ready to party? >> reporter: meet u jam fitness instructor donny his u jam followers. >> it is a party. it is a party. we try to deter from actual fitness class itself we are coming here, party and have a good time. >> reporter: it is a combination of party house music, strobe lights, choreographed dance moves and yes, the infamous night club
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boxes to u jam on. >> every saturday morning there is a party thursday night, wednesday night any time there is a u jam class it is so much fun. >> reporter: party without the night club scene and that is what follows like. >> when you are at the club and start dancing you start sweating you get self-conscious here everybody is drenched having a great time and it is really fun. >> this is my first time doing this class obviously i am convinced you don't have to know the moves just need a lot of energy. >> reporter: u jammers have seen dramatic results. >> when i started i was 160 pounds i couldn't lift my legs but it was fun having energy and all that stuff and right now i am 190 pounds. >> when they decide to ding the aerobic wear for night club fashion. >> people wear jewellery, fancy outfit, make up, big hair, two hours long and. >> night club fitness party
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>> saturday night, two hours, you are partying all night. yeah, it is really fun. dripping with sweat. >> reporter: juliette good rich cbs 5. >> final moment in a reality tv show got a little awkward when the host announced the wrong winner on live tv take a look. >> i don't know what to say. this is not -- this is an accident i am so sorry it is amanda. i am so sorry. >> speech. >> you just wrecked my life. >> the host of australia's next top model first said chelsea was the winner she delivered an acceptance speech before someone told the host you made a mistake. she was gracious on stage and congratulated amanda ware who gets a motedling contract. >> they are all winners. >> all of them >> i would blame the producer. >> that is what we do here at the big 5. >> give them both contracts, right? >> i am sure they will >> why not. >> all right. let's look at bay area, seen
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from chopper 5, high in the sky, 71 degrees, half moon bay, liver more, nine records crashed and burned today, one event at the museum in oakland. 92 degrees. otherwise, with air quality see that from chopper 5, hazy, cooler temperatures, more moderate air quality instead of unhealthy ozone in the eastern and southern portion of the district today. wake up to the bay, sunny skies, inland, temperatures down tomorrow, 10 to 25 degrees. that's right. records in santa rosa, san jose and liver more, san francisco 3 degrees off that record mark but the cooler air mass it is all coming in the form of a marine layer right now, the field is out over the eastern pacific but progressing significantly toward the coastline and the cooler air
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mass aloft, with a return of westerly wind will bring in that cooler air at the coast and inland area by thursday and friday. ridge of high pressure will weaken ever so gently, temperatures will gradually come down. tonight 52, santa rosa, 63 santa clara valley, tomorrow's daytime highs, 60s at the beaches, 70s to 80s replacing that 98 degrees redwood city, 90 and upper 70s in fry mount. east bay numbers, where we had a record high of 97 degrees. 97 it will be in brent wood that is the outside number and north of golden gate bridge numbers from the mid-60s to nearly 90 in sonoma. there you have extended forecast, seasonal temperatures return by thursday all the way into monday then we barely bump up that temperature again. so today, last day of triple
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digits. >> gone. >> well, you weren't in them. >> no, but we were close. close. >> come over to my house. i will give you close. >> oh. >> kudos. if you've got a 10 year 100,000- mile power train warranty we ask do you really know what that means? you will find out in kenny's questions [ ruiz ] reliable tools started as a brick and mortar store. we sell lathes, mills, high-tech equipment.
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i had an idea to go ahead and put up a couple of items on ebay, and they brought more than our expectations. meg whitman gave me the tools to expand globally. we sell to australia, india... that big blue machine over there? it's going to malaysia on wednesday. with ebay, she created jobs for millions of people. with meg's creativity, she'll be able to create jobs here in california. i'm mariano ruiz and i'm a meg whitman success story.
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but there's more than political leanings underlying... well, it looks like a map of the red state, more than political lanings underlined a study of the states with the worst drivers show direct
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correlation between accidents and states that john mccain carried. according to the study, north dakota has the worst drivers, coincidentally the the states with the best drivers were mostly blue states, california made that list believe it or not we rank 40th out of 50 states. >> well, it is often a selling point for anyone slipping behind the wheel of a new car, ralph pepper in san jose wanted to know, what is really included in a vehicle's power train warranty. that is tonight's good question. >> virtually every vehicle built for consumers comes with some type of factory warranty. some are pretty good and some of them are very good. >> you can buy an extended warranty that may go to 100,000 or more. >> a master mechanic at master auto service says most basic warranties do not cover hoses, belts, brake pads they wear out
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under normal use and have to be replaced what you want to take a close look at is the power train warranty. the big ticket items because if they go, it is going to cost you. >> engine, five to 10. >> transmission. >> 3 to 8,000. >> transfer case. >> 2 to 5,000. >> reporter: all of those are typically covered under power train and all of those will at some point require maintenance often times to keep the warranty in effect and that is up to you the consumer to know that. >> some warranties will let you do it yourself others won't but you want to save your receipts and read the fine print [ audio difficulty ] >> reporter: it is going to cost you. >> guarantee, i mean jonathan sanchez was on the mound for giants, today in first place. the minute is next national league west crown i
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west crown in a race that may not even make it to the weekend.. giants closing in on a race that may not even make it to the weekend. at&t for good reason, third inning against arizona, torres comes in to score, giants and d backs, giants down 2-1. then in the fourth inning, juan snatches his 150th career home run. look at that thing go. he is 23rd of the year. game tie. 6th inning. pinch hitting for the pitcher sanchez. base hit left center field, oh, aren't they coming along giants win 4-2. and why is this so
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big? meanwhile southern california, san diego padres lose, his first home run in 57 at bats. and the giants. well, these are the as by the way. drowning his woes in the broadcast booth. as toss it up matsui grounds it into second. angels end up winning 4-2. but giants are up by 2 games. >> wow. >> magic number is 4. >> very good. >> i love baseball. >> does anybody really know what a magic number is? >> i know. >> combination of wins and losses. >> nothing to do with baseball. >> sexual connotation when it comes to these two over here. >> who said anything about that. >> why do you always have to go there? >> by the way, that disrupted
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