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while. >> today's storm is light, ranks one on the storm impact scale, but it's brought rain to pretty much the entire bay area. >> low visibility is causing some delays at san francisco international. taking a look at our camera, some arriving flights may see delays up to 40 minutes. >> want to bring in spencer christian to track this weather for us. >> here's a look at live doppler 7. we have a blanket of light rain and showers scattered throughout the area. from san francisco down across the bay and into the south bay, the steadiest rain right now seems to be in the east bay, basically from oakland and alameda to hayward and fremont. and we have wet pavement on all the major freeways. obviously all the local streets are wet as well. that's slowing down the evening commute and anybody who's just
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out and about in the evening hours. this storm ranks one on the impact scale, a storm of light intensity, but still it's slowing down traffic now and continuing to produce wet weather. as we go into the nighttime hours, cold air coming into the northern part of the area will produce snow in areas like clear lake. and as the cold air continues to surge into the bay area during the overnight hours we may see mixed precipitation and light snow mixing with the rain. but basically, by 5:00 tomorrow morning as the morning commute gets under way, we'll see showers tapering off and maybe a few breaks of clear sky. i'll give you a full look at the forecast in a few minutes. when you see stormy weather where you live, take photo or maybe video if it's safe to do so. you can sthhare it with us using #abc 7 now.
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only on abc 7 this evening, new information on the assisted living facility that burned down. >> the attorney suing the facility has amended her complaint. >> abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow broke the story in october and has followed every uptats ever since. >> she is in the newsroom with what's new in this the case. >> sadly two of the plaintiffs in that lawsuit have recently passed away. the lawsuit now includes a wrongful death complaint. and there are also new plaintiffs and new allegation, including that oakmont senior living is attempting to silence employees by offering them money. >> that's all we have is each other. >> this was bess in a hospital bed two weeks after the evacuation from villa capri, an oakmont living facility that burned down in the early morning hours of october 9 during the
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sfro santa rosa fires. she recently passed away as did another resident. >> both died in december. >> reporter: in november, attorney kathryn stead nner fil a law suit. today she filed an amended complaint that includes wrongful death. according to the lawsuits, villa capri residents survived only because of the they had to push or carry people downstairs in the dark. >> when i look at those people, visions of the titanic going down and people saying good bye for the last time got in my head. >> reporter: it alleges they have tried to silence former employees by offering them $750 to 15 hi$1500 in exchange for t signature on this letter sent by
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karen ellis. the letter states the employee has no knowledge of any violations of state, federal or local laws by oakmont management group that the employee has not already previously disclosed. the letter also requires the employee to waive any employment claims he or she has or could have against oakmont management group. >> i think it's an unusual letter. >> reporter: the department of social services is investigating the evacuations at three of their properties to determine if they followed evacuation plans. >> the plan is no plan. >> reporter: in an e-mailed statement on october 16th, oakmont management group says all of our facilities have evacuation plans, we have three backup generators on site. >> the maintenance people who used to work there said there were no generators. >> reporter: they have not said where the generators were located or if they were working during the firing. abc7 news reached out to oakmont
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management group for a response to the complaint and the allegation that they've attempted to silence employees by offering them up to $1500. oakmont management group has not responded to our request. in the newsroom, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. today the union representing drivers for apple commuter buses says they want to keep buses and passengers safe. the yesterday, buses were shot at while traveling on interstate 280. they've been a source of protest in the past with criticing calli calling them a symbol of gentrification. >> our concern going forward is that this type of stuff could continue. and we don't want people to get hurt. >> no one was hurt in either incident, but at least one bus window was broken. as we hit the peak of the
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flu season, a new study suggests it may be spread not only by coughing and sneezing but simply breathing. it is the biggest study ever done on the topic and they hope people will listen up on what they've found. >> some are doing whatever they can to avoid the flu. but despite the efforts to stay healthy, a new study published in the national academy of sciences suggests that the flu can be spread simply by breathing, led by the university of maryland, it also involved researchers from berkley. the team found that those who are infected can still generate infectiousary sol infectio infectious ary soles. >> i think it's a real concern in terms of how flu might
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spread. >> reporter: at regional medical center in stoan jose, 350 paties are being treated on a daily basis on a wide range of illnesses. that's up, a bigger spike than usual. >> we're trying to limit the mortality with influenza and think about that. you don't want to end up in the intensive care unit and succumb to a disease that's preventible. >> reporter: although washing your hands there are still precautions to take. >> you want to say hi, shake their hand, it's hard to avoid it. it's not like you're going to wear a mask and live like a zombie. >> reporter: the flu season not wrapping up anytime soon. >> if you are sick with influenza, don't continue to work. go to the doctor for proper
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treatment. just over an hour ago, the house passed a stop gap funding bill to prevent a government shutdown, but the bill's prospects in the senate are uncertain. >> the only people standing in the way of keeping the government open are senate democrats. whether there is a government shutdown or not is now entirely up to them. >> house speaker paul ryan says senate democrats don't oppose anything in the bill, but are holding it hostage for a deal on deferred action for childhood arrivals. he says daca does need to be addressed, even though the daca deadline is weeks away. that deadline to avoid a shutdown is about 30 hours away. strong words from the federal government to xavier becerra who sad immigrants living in california should not believe they don't have rights. becerra spoke among rumors of an imminent sweep across the state. we explain how people here in the bay area are preparing
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themselves. >> reporter: yesterday it was libby schatz saying she would be willing to go to jail to protect sanctuary city policies. today san francisco's acting mayor, london breed, echoed that sentiment. >> when you grow up in the projects you spend your whole life trying to avoid going to jail. but this is one of the issues that i wouldn't mind going to jail for the first time in my life over. >> reporter: that comes amid rumors that agents may be pla planning larger raids in california. xavier becerra says he came armed with facts, not rumors. >> enforcement must be done according to federal law, and certainly according to the u.s. constitution. >> reporter: california has two new laws in effect this year. senate bill 54 enforces non-cooperation policies between california law enforcement agencies and federal immigration
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authorities. and assembly bill 450 which says immigration officials are not allowed access to a private area of a work site or access to employee records without a warrant. and, there's more. >> ab 450 tries to make sure that as an employer, you are not sharing information that is not readily available to the public. >> reporter: and anyone who violates the new law faces fines of up to $10,000. in the newsroom, leanne ma ly melendez, abc 7 news. new evidence that changes the way we understand concussion and brain damage, plus. >> we're waiting on my daughter. my other daughter that's on life support. she's not breathing on her own yet. >> just a heart-breaking tragedy. a family has lost one daughter and may lose another, all the result of a traffic accident they claim could have been prevented. and tonight the 7 on your
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we now know the names of the two young girls critically hurt in yesterday's horrific crash in antioch. the 4-year-old we're sad to
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say, has died. the man drove a stolen struck through t -- truck and crashed into the mom and the daughters. laura anthony explains. >> reporter: jesus cardosa can barely speak as he heads into children's hospital oakland to visit his 2-year-old daughter camilla. she is on life support. yesterday just hours after this horrendous crash he had to say good-bye to his h4 year old daughter. >> when my 4-year-old daughter got taken from me, she was really smart, and she had fun while she was with me. and we're going to miss her. >> reporter: here, the two little girls are shown last year on family videos cardosa shared
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with abc7 news. the driver of this white ford pickup has been charged with murder in the truck hit the video with the mother and the two children. the deputy following saucedo activated his lights when saucedo sped away but not his siren. >> the police officers didn't do their job. they didn't have no sirens. >> reporter: he says if the sirens had been activated things might have turned out differently for his family. >> if they would have had their sirens, maybe this would have been prevented. >> reporter: edith cardosa is in fair condition, while little camilla is so far unable to breathe on her own. >> she's on life support. she can't breathe on her own
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yet. the interedoctor said they are giving letter t giving her days. >> reporter: the suspect is being held on $1 million bail. laura thorn laura anthony, abc 7 news. >> it is so heartbreaking. a new study may change the way athletes are protected against brain damage. >> theis is break through information. >> reporter: for more than a decade, college and nfl teams have work on symptoms to spot concussions. eye tracking devices in the bay area are used routinely in the sidelines. but now it's suggested that concussions may not be the real signal of long-term brain damage known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy or cte.
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>> you don't have to be concussed to get chronic traumatic encephalopathy. they're totally distinct. >> reporter: william moss and his team used powerful super computers to image data from impact experiments on animals. they discovered blows to the skull are enough to cause stress damage to the brain even without causing the symptoms of a concussion. in a separate study of deceased athletes in boston suggested that repeated impacts may trigger changes in the brain that trigger cte. >> what it means is those who have left american football, mostly everybody, that concussion protocols may be insufficient to protect the athletes. that is there's something extra that might have to be done. >> reporter: currently, cte can only be diagnosed after death with an autopsy on the brain. researchers are working to identify markers in the body that could some day lead to
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early detection in living athletes, kristin zee, abc 7 news. let's focus on this drippy, dreary weather in the bay area. >> i'm running out of adjectives. gloomy. >> just call it wet. that's all. but it's also going to get cold very soon. and we may see snow on the picture. light rain and showers pretty much blanket the entire area right now with a few breaks leer a -- here and there. the heaviest concentration is south of the golden gate from san francisco on to the peninsula and down to the south bay. so that's what we've got right now. here's a live view from the abc 7 rooftop camera looking along the embarcadero. and we've got wet conditions, although it doesn't appear to be raining at this location. 52 degrees at san francisco. gilroy 59 and 54 at half moon bay. and here's the view from
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emeryville looking out over wet pavement and a slow evening commute. 52 in santa rosa. 54 fairfield, 53 livermore, concord 55. and looking along the bay bridge, here are the forecast features. we'll see cold showers and breezy conditions continuing overnight into tomorrow. a dusting of snow is possible over the highest peaks as the snow levels drop to 3,000 to 3500 feet overnight and another storm will arrive on sunday. a high surf warning until tomorrow. 21 feet at half moon bay. deadly rip currents are possible. let's talk about snow. over in the sierra, a winter storm warning in effect until 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. snow levels down to 2500 feet. windy, blowing snow is causing near whiteout conditions in some
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areas. could reach 15 inches at kirkwood. here's a look at our storm for tonight and tomorrow. ranking one on the storm impact scale. it has produced a lot of wet conditions around the bay area. and once again, snow levels will be down to 3,000 to 3500 feet. forecast animation shows a little benefitit of a break in early morning hours, mixed precipitation in the higher elevations will arrive during the late night and overnight hours. the morning commute may get off to a wet start. even though if's nt's not actttn raining, the pavement will probably still be wet from overnight showers. it will start to wind down tomorrow evening finally. lows tonight, mid to upper 40s. highs tomorrow, low to mid-50s. that's pretty chilly. the forecast is going to be
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live where you live. this is abc 7 news. clouds and shades of green cover live doppler 7 right now as a level one storm moves through the bay area. it's making a wet commute home. the bay bridge toll classic is packed as you can imagine. >> seeing that, let's bring in spencer christian to track the worst of the storm which is
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hitting right now. >> it certainly is. we can expect another feature, possibly a dusting of snow in the higher elevations. you can see the rain falling in the bay area, one on the storm impact scale. snow levels dropping to 3,000 feet overnight. look at the forecast animation taking you to about oh, just about midnight. notice around u kaya, we'll see snow in the higher elevations. at snow continuing to sweep, we could see mixed precipitation in the higher, bay area peaks, wet pavement for the morning commute. the accuweather seven-day forecast shortly. a great reminder right now, you can track the storm where you live with the abc 7 news app. we have live doppler 7 on the app which you can customize to your part of the bay area. >> a chance of rain is scheduled for montecito. the new storm is not expected to cause new slides. last week's mudslides have left
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three people missing, 20 dead and two dozen others hurt. crews are working 24 hours a day to clean up and repair 101 so it can reopen. oprah is one of those who lives in the area. she posted this picture showing what it looks like. experts are warning to stay away because it may contain sewage and dangerous chemicals. we've learned disturbing details about the 13 children who were severely malflourished. a 12 year old weighed the same as a 7-year-old. their parents were arraigned today. our sister station in los angeles has the very late ast. >> reporter: david and louise turpin, accused of shacklig their children with chains and padlocks, but today they're the ones in chains as they entered
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pleas of not guilty to torture and child abuse. >> sometimes in this business we're faced with looking at human depravity. that's what we're looking at here. >> reporter: the abuse is thought to have spanned decades, starting with when they lived in this home in ft. worth, texas, intensifying as the years went by. some of the worst abuse happening in this home in perris. >> victims report that as a punishment they began to be tied up, first with ropes. when that victim was able to escape ropes the defendants began using chains and padlocks to chain up the victims to their beds. the victims were often not released from their chains to go to the bathroom. >> reporter: district mike hesstrip said the children were not allowed to have food. . >> they would buy pies, leave it on the counter, let the children look at it but not eat the food.
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>> reporter: although the children were home schooled, they didn't learn much. >> many of the children didn't know what a police officer was. the 17-year-old when asked if there was medication or pills in the home didn't know what medication or pills were. >> reporter: one of the older children was able to attend classes at a nearby community college but only under the watchful eye of his mother. >> louise turpin would accompany him, wait outside of the class ram for him. when he was finished with class, she would take him home. >> reporter: defense attorneys spoke after court about the difficulties of handling a case with worldwide attention. >> makes it more difficult, because people who are not in the courtroom begin to form opinions about, you know, what happened, and who's guilty and of what charges. >> reporter: both david and louise turpin remain behind bars. bail now set at $12 million each. in riverside, rob mcmullen, abc news. >> what a disturbing story.
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make sure to tune in to 20/20 tomorrow on abc 7 for a special in-depth investigation into that family. in santa rosa, two brothers accused of disobeying orders to stay away from their family's burned home settled cases in court. their actions have polarized the community. >> reporter: when evan and mark newman left superior court their afternoon, they did so what brothers call a good fight to a draw. >> they call it a victory, but it is an exoneration, which i'll take. >> reporter: would you do this again? >> reporter: it began october 17th, when they inspected their mother's burned home, despite it being in a restricted, evacuation area. as seen in this body cam video, santa rosa police arrested the brothers, took them to jail and paid $1,000 on charges of not obeying orders to leave.
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last week, evan vowed to take the case to a jury. his brother mark pleaded guilty, because he could not risk going to jail. he received three years probation and 180 hours of community service. >> i think there were a number of people just doing their job. but when everyone did their job without thinking about whether it was right or not it spun out of control and wrong became right. >> reporter: in the north bay, this case has been polarizing. the brothers have received both criticism and praise. today the district attorney's office says they were warned three separate times to stay away, that's why the d.a.'s office pressed the case forward. >> because we wanted them to take responsibility for the inconvenience and the chaos that they could have caused by going into an evacuation zone that wasn't safe to enter. we wanted them to give back to the community. >> we have conveyed a new offer. >> reporter: in court this morning, the d.a.'s office reduced mark's sentence to not
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guilty following 40 hours of community service that he has finished. after a lot of soul searching, evan opted for a similar deal. >> i don't have the right to hurt my children for my own pride. >> reporter: after today, though, at least their legal heat is over. in santa rosa, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. more to come. 20 cities made amazon's short list for possible locations for the second headquarters. >> but only one california city made the list and it's not in the bay area. i'm michael finney, the 7 on your side health insurance hot line is way open for business. #ask finney,
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los angeles and denver were the only two cities west of the mississippi river to make the cut by amazon for a new second headquarters. >> san jose put in a bid but its status as a high-tech city didn't seem to be enough to get it. >> david louie analyzes san jose's strengths and weaknesses. >> reporter: in competing against other cities in the country, it had two weaknesses. it has a housing crunch.
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the other was not providing any financial incentives. but as director of economic development thinks san jose remains competitive, even if amazon passed over the so-called capital of silicon valley. >> even as this growth in the technology economy happens throughout our nation, and it's a good thing for our country. >> reporter: google is in the process of buying land near sap center. apple owns land near the airport for future expansion, even as it announces a new tech support campus won't be in california. >> the strategy is to have more job opportunities in our city, so our people don't have to travel up the peninsula for jobs. it's good for the environment, good for family life and it's good for our fiscal health. >> reporter: amazon has three existing facilities in san jose, including a research and development center. san jose believes a mix of companies is important. small and medium-sized
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businesses are just as important to the economic growth of san jose. for example, coe moved in. while it didn't win over amazon, the brochure and data could be useful to attract other companies in the near future. in san jose, david louie. abc 7 news. next we'll check in with michael fen michael finney. >> you can submit your questions using #ask finney or call the hotline. michael and our experts will be answering questions through 8:00 p.m.
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efforts to divide california into two states are heating up again as advocates announced they'll file their first formal grievance against the state. the 51st state would be called "new california", comprised of rural areas.
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coastal areas including the bay area. the current state legislature does not reflect rural values on taxation, immigration and analysts say it's a long shot. >> i think the legal and constitutional problems are so insurmountable that you won't succeed. but you have a cry for representation from various parts of the state that feel they're being ignored. >> old california would keep sacramento and bay areas, the grievance will be filed on tuesday. 7 on your side hotline to answer covered california questions going until 8:00 p.m. >> we have a panel of great experts helping you sign up right now. and it's been busy? >> it's been very busy. we're going to be here until 8:00. we have some of the finest experts in the state about covered california and the affordable care act. that's what we're talking about.
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two more weeks to seign up if yu want to get in on every final day this year. bob sawyer is joining us. i know a lot of people have their adult children on their insurance. how long can they stay, you know the question. >> good question. we get it from a bunch of people. kids can stay on their parents' plan until their 26th birthday. so the kids are going to have to, they're going to want to enroll a couple months, start the process a couple months before their 26th birthday and set up the insurance on their own. >> don't wait until the last minute. >> no. it will take longer than you think. >> let's say you're on medicaid right now and you get a job. now what? >> yeah. we actually got somebody calling in with that. that's good news. >> yeah. >> always good to get a new job. the most important thing for that person to do is to report to the county that manages their
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medi-cal, to report their income change. if the employer provides insurance, that's probably a really good deal. you're going to want to enroll with the employer for that insurance. >> right. >> if not, if they don't provide insurance, work with the medi-ic medi-ical administrator. it's possible you might stillabstill be eligible. >> you can also go onto social media #ask finney. reporting live, i'm michael finney. >> great resource there, mierkamier michael. the maverick contest hasn't been rescheduled. >> waves up to 18 feet capsized a small boat near half moon bay. the waves have attracted elite surfers even though the contest
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is not happening. the two men in the boat were not wearing life jackets at the time, but people in other nearby boats pulled them to safety. >> check out these big waves rolling under a pier in pacifica. spencer is back with an update on the forecast. >> the rain is still here. it's going to last through the night into the morning hours. prepare for a wet morning commute. here's a look at overnight lows. we're going to have lows this night in the low to mid-40s, upper 30s in the north bay valleys. tomorrow scattered showers with breaks of sunshine here and there. colder air coming in may produce light snow over the bay area peaks. highs tomorrow low to mid-50s. and here's the storm impact scale, it ranks one on the impact scale producing light rain or showers. below average temperatures, breezy at times. i'm going to mention the cold
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weather, cold air, look at saturday, a freezing cold morning to start the day, but a mainly sunny day throughout the day, more rain on sunday, showers on monday and more rain on tuesday, wednesday and thursday. it's like the movie "ground hog day", right? >> that broken record. thank you. for the warriors, there's an opportunity here to make something special here or to offend a teammate. >> lotting s of choice. >> two warriors have been named starters. one of them has some thinking to do. who should steph curry pick
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reserve. there will be four war yeariors there. the game is coming up on february 18. steph, k.d., james harden of the rockets. lebron, kyrie and joel embiid made it. so who are you pickin'? >> when you see the teams starting to take shape and you have to pick certain positions or skill sets, you try to round out a solid team and not just go crazy with it and come up with something funny, i guess, if i could maybe pick 12 guards, see how that goes. >> 12 guards. run the court, everybody launch threes. four teams left in the playoffs and everybody thinking this is the patriot's championship to lose, isn't it? who or what could stop tom brady from getting his sixth ring?
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he somehow collided with a teammate or hit a helmet. x-rays were negative. he had a glove on his throwing hand but did not participate in the private session or practice. i bet new england really wishes they had jimmy g as their backup, but the current backup is none other than brian hoyer who had four tds and four picks. >> whether i'm getting the reps or not, i'm prepared to play. you never know when your name is going to be called. if anything, having been the backup, having been a starter, now being in the backup role, i know how to play. if i don't play i'm i'm i'm >> new england, a nine-point favorite, the jags were heavy underdogs against the steelers. we know how that turned out. they're getting help from a lot
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of people. >> you want to beat the patriots. >> advice from your number one fan, and this has the answers that maybe i'm looking for how we can stop, you know, the patriots. >> i find it hard to believe how so many people have an opinion on how to beat the patriots and nobody has really done that. >> nfc championship, a battle between backup quarterbacks nick foles and case keenum. he threw for a touchdown and a pick last week, pulled off the minnesota miracle with ten seconds left with stepan diggs. >> i have a feeling i'm not going to be able to hear much. so you know, for us it's just executing you know. for me, i've been a part of some crazy environments, some raucous environments. my first start ever was at kansas city when they broke the outdoor record. so i've been a part of it a little bit. i know a little bit what it's like. to the ice. sharks ending their three-game
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road trip in colorado. he put it is between the legs of the defenseman and goalie here, double shot, and mckinnon scoring twice. 3-0 after one period. i wish they would all-star pick. join us tonight on coffee channel. and a test for it's kinds of cancer. then at 11:00, recreational cannabis may be legal, but is it safe? you could be smoking pesticides and even toxic fungus. see what bay area labs have discovered in some weed. coming up, "grey's
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♪ this is "jeopardy!" let's meet today's contestants -- a quilt teacher and retired legal secretary from ridgeland, mississippi... an account manager from los angeles, california... and our returning champion, a teacher from raleigh, north carolina... ...whose 1-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, ladies and gentlemen. hi, folks. looks like we've kind of turned the corner on "jeopardy!" the last two days -- rather large wins.
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case in point, lee, whose students are gonna be very proud of his performance so far. ryan and marilyn, i hope you can help us keep this trend going. good luck. here we go. jeopardy! round. one daily double in one of these categories. first off... next... quotation marks. you know what that means. then, me... you... -lee. -crossword clues, $200, please. marilyn. what is steal? no. lee. -what is shoplift? -shoplift. yes. eight letters. crossword, $400, please. ryan. what is singer? no. marilyn. -what is soprano? -that's it. crossword clues "s" -- $600.


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