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that's what's making news in and forwarded that that's what's making news in information. it is possible charges could be issued by oakland police after they investigate what happened. independent police auditor has closed captioning by closed captioning services,inc been assigned to investigate. 4:37. another catastrophic former oakland police chief failure pg&e performs a test batts is commenting for the first time on how the city has on a gas pipeline. handled the occupy protest so coalition of patients, far. abc7 news caught up with him clinic operators will file a over the weekend at a baptist church where a coalition of lawsuit today to try to stop a local clergy was honoring his federal crackdown on medical service to the city. marijuana in california. batts says he watched the clashes on tv. he was out of town meeting >> talking the protester deliberately hit by a car in with president clinton and other leaders on unrelated oak lawn. he says he doesn't understand issues. batts says the former why the -- police let the president did offer him this advice. driver go mostly clear conditions. >> you can never conquer there's patchy fog. issues through force it has to be with diplomacy of the first we'll talk about when the rain returns. thing we have to do is be happy monday, sue hall diplomatic. >> batts was careful not to following your commute. bay bridge very light. criticize city leaders but major thoroughfare in hayward said people should show
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closed due to a structure patience saying the problem fire. i'll update you on that. was people sitting on in the park or camping out illegally. 4:30 on this monday. the revolution will be hope had you a great weekend, trademarked now and put on t-shirts. shirts, mugs and other i'm kristen sze new worries about the safety of pg&e gas merchandise emblazened with occupy locations and slogans pipelines. after a pipe in woodside already for sale. u.s. patent and trademark ruptured during testing yesterday causing a landslide office has received several that closes i-280 for hours of applications from people seeking the same pipeline that exploded in san bruno last to own the word occupy. two groups are competing for year. >> reporter: this gripping the trademark to "occupy wall three foot hole is the result street." of a pressure test. university facing more the pipeline called line 132 state budget cuts up to 100 million dollars. according to the berkeley failed badly around 3:20 this campus newspaper, the afternoon sending a plume of chancellor says he was assured water 60 feet in the air by governor brown in september the additional cuts were according to witnesses. the line is 250 feet from i-280. coming. the decision whether to enact >> we received reports of a the cuts are included in this large plume of smoke 60 feet year's budget and finalized in height we believed there next month if the cuts go through it will bring the was hazardous materials and we total reduction in funding to received reports there were the university this year to large amounts of debris on the
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750 million dollars. freeway. >> reporter: the chp closed 4:39. growing coalition of medical northbound 280 for an hour the debris was water and mud. marijuana supporters in california are fighting back it took until 6:30 to open all against efforts by federal lanes. authorities to shut them down. this is the same pipeline that their lawyers will file a runs from milpitas to lawsuit in four federal san francisco and the same districts seeking immediate line that failed in san bruno halt to statewide crackdown. september of last year that authorities have been telling was a gas explosion which property owners they could killed eight and destroyed 38 face federal drug charges0m)n by homes. renting to the pot swanson says that failure is dispensaries. why pg&e is testing 150 miles the industry wants the courts to force the feds to come to a of line 132. >> we are prioritizing lines resolution without threats of long prison sentences or that have similar characteristics to the line forfeiting property. that ruptured in san bruno. 4:39. we had rain over the weekend. >> reporter: this line normally carries gas at 375 pounds of pressure. water was forced through to >> cold in morning, 30s and detect leaks. 40s and fog forming in parts swanson says the pipe burst at of our neighborhoods. 500 pounds of pressure but still bottom of the trough of blames a dent in the pipe not cold air, one to six degrees the pipe material. >> we are looking at evidence of what appears to be cooler than yesterday. characteristics of a dent only los gatos, san jose and caused by third-party damage. we are going to take that fairfield one to two degrees
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segment out do more analysis warmer than 24 hours ago. of what happened. visibility quarter mile in >> reporter: this is the third failure pg&e has found during napa less than a quarter mile testifies in the past two in novato. weeks. pin hole leak was discovered that's where the thickest fog is now. friday near stanford one and 3/4 mile in and that university during a test rosa some of the east bay there. also line 132. valleys have fog just not as late october a line that widespread as it is through delivers gas to the bay area the north bay valleys. ruptured creating a six foot 8:00, we still have mid 30s gash during a pg&e test in around -- santa rosa, napa, bakersfield. the rest of news the 40s. >> pressure testing is going by noon, a lot of -- sun. to be part of our normal program for future years. >> officials say yesterday's mid to upper 50s clouds develop during the afternoon, failure shouldn't cause mostly sunny for this monday, disruption in gas service mid to upper 50s along the today because it has been rerouted to other lines. coast through parts of the bay shore and low 60s for the rest woodside residents are saying of us. they are happy it rupture temperatures running a little during a water test rather below average. than during normal operations. tomorrow another couple of degrees probably the warmest property owners have known for a year that the sames go line day will be once day. >> system will drew near that caused the san bruno thursday bringing the sea disaster runs through their breeze back cooling trend yards. some say they welcomed the begins. unsettled weather with periods idea of pg&e coming in to of showers and rain friday, perform safety tests. saturday and sunday.
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>> i've been nervous since the look who is back. good morning sue. >> thank you, nice to be back. explosion in san bruno. a bit of an issue in hey hard i hope they are taking care of it. >> i think it is the safest road closure due to a thing that it happened in our structure fire. -- this is just about ready to background. i'm sure we will be the first pipe that guess replaced. be picked up hayward road closures blossom way alternate hopefully, the testing throughout the bay area is going to be effective and they a street, should be a little will replace everything that is broken. bit when they get this cleaned >> they say they are glad up. debris in lanes in san mateo nobody got hurt, considering northbound 101 some sort of that tons of mud and water box, cardboard or plastic in shooting sky high after the . lanes there. walnut creek southbound 680 >> in con authorities are smooth drive towards the 24 looking for two -- in interchange. 4:41. contra costa county authorities are looking for anger against washington is growing. still an ed h the big hit two masked gunmen they robbed democrats and are taking. a theater in concord shortly -- >> the nation's veterans after 9:00. two mendesed in the same caught a push to slash the attire confronted a -- man deficit. for the first time they may later in clayton. feel the pain of military police say the victim was cuts. earthquake shakes the forced inside a convenience store where the suspects midwest.
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robbed him and the clerk. seismologists are warning people there not to let down police trying to determine the circumstances behind a their guard shooting near fisherman's what ever. police found a man laying on taylor street he had been shot. paramedics rushed the man to the hospital. police say his wounds don't appear to be life-threatening. no suspects at this point. police warning residents in an east san jose neighborhood to be more aware following a brazen sexual assault on a 14-year-old. it happened after 5:00 saturday. they say a man asked to use the girl's cell phone while she was walking with a friend. the friend continued walking and called police an hour later when the 14-year-old couldn't be found. police located the teenager near a pedestrian overpass by calling that cell phone she loaned to the suspect. they suspect the suspect and chased him but he got away.
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to the occupy oakland movement. two demonstrators injured after a car hit them during last week's clashes between police and protesters. the incident was caught on video. sergio talked to the man who was hit. >> reporter: he says he and a friend were on their way if get something to eat after participating in wednesday's strike in observing that's when they were nudged by a silver mercedes as they crossed the street with other marchers. >> that's when i'm knocked down. >> reporter: you can see in the video he bangs on the hood of the car and the car jolts forward of the he suffered a lacerated kidney and broken he's happy to be alive and gets emotional from the support from friends he's getting. >> there's people showing a lot of love to both of us. that's what -- i don't know. >> reporter: he and his friend were injured.
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he says her ankle was crushed by the car. the driver was not arrested by bart police nor has his name been released. he drove off against the calls from an irate group who demanded he be taken into good morning. rain out. custody. oakland police has taken over mike tracking fog. the case. north bay and east bay inland bart police took all the information from the driver valleys. and what is coming for the week. sue checking out your traffic. more news right now. defense secretary panetta considering making chainses in military medical and retirement benefits because of budget cuts. he's under orders to cut the pentagon budget by 450 billion dollars over the next decade. the pentagon could face another 500 billion dollars in cuts if a special congressional committee cannot agree on a reduction plan later this month. "new york times" reports panetta is considering spending cuts in categories once considered sacred, reductions in benefits for military personnel as well as shrinking the number of troops
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and making additional cuts in the nuclear arsenal. >> new poll finds more americans are angry with the federal government. according to the poll 31% asked say they are angry with government. adding those saying they are dissatisfied and 84%. 74% say the country is on the wrong track. 36% blame republicans. 32% blame president obama in general bad news for all incumbents. >> in oklahoma crust still assessing the damage from a weekend quake. saturday's magnitude 5.6 quake the most powerful in that state's history. buildings, cracked, no reports of severe injuries or major devastation. seismologists say aftershocks could continue for months. oklahoma typically has 50 quakes a year the number recently spiked and seismologists don't know why. being a teen is tough. a new poll reveals how tough
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some young people have it. that is coming up it >> why tens of thousands of power users are still in the dark a week after a surprise snow storm. penn state football legend accused of molesting eight boys. the story coming up. baby justin bieber says he's out for jus
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here's a look at lack of rifle and departure delays across most of the country dulles delays could affect any number of flights around the country. check that out on our flight tracker. temperatures running cool where we live from 51 portland, 48 seattle. low 40s around salt lake city, denver, 63 st. louis, 61 in d.c.. at the bottom of
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that front page. huge story for college football fans. explosive child sex abuse scandal and potential cover-up blanketing penn state this morning. former football coach jerry sandusky charged with sexually abusing eight boys. two stepped down last night and will be in court this morning to charges they lied to a grand jury. >> reporter: a penn state gridiron legend faces 40 criminal coins of child molestation. former -- penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky accused of molesting eight boys part of a foundation he created for at-risk boys. he declined to comment when approached by abc7 news. >> unfortunately, i'm not in a position to make any statements. >> reporter: prosecutors say he used his position as a hero to the penn state community to prey on young boys over 15 years.
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>> scary. i don't know what to say. as a mother it is upsetting. >> i'm blown away come lostly. >> reporter: penn state's athletic director tim curly and administrator gary schultz stepped down amid charges they covered up sandusky's crimes. >> if these allegations are true this goes to the top of the athletic department of penn state. one would have to think that there would have to be some kind of housecleaning. >> reporter: penn state board held an emergency meeting yesterday. they did not discuss the possible resignation of legendary coach paterno. he was told in 2002 that sandusky was caught having sex with a 10 year poll buy if a locker room shower. authorities say -- paterno reported the incident to the administrators who failed to act in a statement coach paterno said he was surprised, shocked and saddened to hear about the charges. another big story, tens of
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thousands in the northeast looking at several more days without power in the wake of last week's unusually powerful early snow storm. connecticut the hardest hit state, 8 ,000 customers have been without electricity for nine days. -- 88,000 customers have been without electricity for nine days. my cousin from connecticut is in town now. that little rain we had over the weekend did not phase her one bit. >> probably just happy to have power, warmth. >> not too much warmth now. >> no. it is chilly outside starting off with a look from downtown san francisco. you can see a little breeze, not too much fog developing right here. there is up in the north bay valleys and into the east bay valleys you need to watch out for that this morning that is going to hang around for the better part of the morning
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commute while everything else is just going to be cool until 9:00, 10:00 then we start to feel warmer weather. let's show you how cool it is. temperatures in the mid 30s around the north bay valley to the low to mid 40s in the east bay valleys to the mid 40s to near 50 around the bay shore. monterey bay 37 santa cruz everybody else in the mid 40s. mostly sunny today, warming trend begins. clear and chilly again tonight watch out for more valley fog. unstemmed thursday, friday, saturday and -- unsettled thursday, friday, saturday as wet weather will return. south bay low to mid 60s with 62 san jose and cupertino. low to mid 60s most of the peninsula, millbrae 59, coast mid to upper 50s. upper 50s downtown south san francisco, a lot of upper
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50s to the north bay valleys to low 60s. back to the coast mid 50s there hercules, berkeley, richmond good morning upper 50s, low 60s elsewhere on the east bay shore low 60s from 60 to 6 through the east bay valleys -- upper 50s around monterey and carmelo 60s the rest of bay inland low to mid 60s under mostly sunny sky. tahoe 39° that's the high they are still making more snow at the ski resorts. low 60s around chico, sacramento, big sur mid to upper 60s san diego l.a. and palm springs 59 fresno most of the weather going to be quiet. tonight low to mid 30s in napa, santa rosa, cloverdale, palo alto morgan hill upper 30s everybody else in the 40s tomorrow morning. high pressure starting to move in that will put the storm
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track north sunshine and slowly warming weather today, tomorrow, wednesday, slight pull back thursday winds switch to onshore and they bring that chance of rain into friday, saturday and sunday's forecast. have a great day. happy monday. a bit of an issue in hayward street closure due to a structure fire. in the process of cleaning this up. alternate for the next few minutes a street box bouncing around in lanes san mateo northbound 101 at 3rd. drivers are swerving to avoid that. take a look -- be aware of that. san rafael roadwork out of novato not bad there. is san rafael as you head southbound past lucas valley road towards the civic center. stall on bay bridge westbound past ti, toll plaza looking good.
4:48 am for the latest. 4:55. >> justin bieber strikes back this morning against the woman claiming he fathered her baby. the teen heartthrob says he will take a paternity test to prove that he's not the father of her three-month-old son. then he promises to sue her. bieber says he has never met the 20-year-old who filed court papers claiming they met backstage at a concert in l.a. the singer's lawyer says bieber will do the dna test when he returns from europe in two weeks. middle schooler or high schooler sexually harassed in school? a study says that's an epidemic. students from grade 7 to 12th experienced some form of sexual harassment. 56% of girls and 40% of boys say they were victims. the incident include a malicious rumor spread, lewd photos or groping hands.
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only 9% say they reported the incident. the survey was conducted by the american association of university of women. three uc berkeley graduates who were inprisoned in iran are still trying to adjust to normal life. >> to tell you this is all very strange for me. it is strange to come out of a cell and be sitting here in front of all of you. strange to be called a hiker. >> they spoke at an amnesty international conference in los angeles this weekend. the three were arrested in 2009. they were tried and convicted on espionage charges. iran released shourd last year and bauer and fattal were freed in last september. next, in an instant a quiet night turns into a deadly trap as flames race through a care facility.
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we'll have the latest on a deadly fire in monterey county. >> reporter: pg&e having to explain another failure this time it happened near wood cy. i'm amy hollyfield, i'll have a live report with the -- latest information, next. thousands of students may find no instructors when they show up for classes this morning. next, the battle over money that will have cal-state faculty walking picket lines
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