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station owner to that surveillance tape now in the hands of federal agents. traci grant spoke with anxious homeowners being led into the neighborhood tonight but first the biggest toll of that blast, the victims and families torn apart. >> reporter: we are live right here on fairmont at the border of the homes that made it. those with green tags you see there and those that did not. down fremont you can see burned out shells of cars and skeletal remains of the homes. among those killed in the blast were mother and daughter and a college student, jessica mora s morales. >> they lost an incredible girl who is an incredible friend and classmate and it's just a huge, huge loss. >> helen roy and had her daughter julia have known jan esse
janessa and her mother since they started kindergarten. >> she was kind and loving and caring. she was nice to everyone. she was the kind of child that everyone wanted to emulate and her mom was exactly the same way. >> it really upset me because she was one of my closest friends. and it was hard. >> reporter: the school principal says janessa was supposed to be with her dad but had too much homework so she went home instead. mom and dad were texting updates to each other shortly before the blast that killed mother and daughter. >> they're struggling day-to-day. they feel and they appreciate the community support. they know that we're there for them but it's just a monumental struggle. >> reporter: neighbors of the jessica morales are grappling with her sudden death. >> it's sad to see a life taken
like that. >> morales and her boyfriend were together when she was killed. he barely escaped with severe burns to nearly half his body. >> she was a good kid. definitely, you know, hard worker. she went to school. she graduated. she did what she was supposed to do. >> reporter: just a short time ago we saw three bus loads full of people being driven through here with police escort. we understand that many of those folks are the ones who live in these 37 homes that were completely destroyed and this was their first time seeing the damage firsthand. understandably, there were some tears. >> what an emotional experience for them. thank you. now the ntsb briefed us on the latest investigation details coming out of san bruno. the agency's vice chairman says the ruptured portion of the gas pipe will be shipped to washington tonight. that piece was put into a wooden
crate this morning. they will inspect all three segments as they try to learn what caused the explosion. that examination will determine what the pipe suffered from. an hour ago the agency said there was no obvious preexplosion damage but they'll have to do more checking. ntsb is looking into whether seismic activity may have contributed to the breach of that pipe. >> we've seen the flames and the blow torch that reached 100 feet into the sky. now we have video of the first seconds after that massive gas explosion. a gas station surveillance camera caught the chaos and confusion that erupted as the fireball ignited and sent flames racing through a neighborhood. >> reporter: customers have no idea what is about to hit them. first a wooshing sound you can't hear on tape that turns their heads. >> you have to watch the debris first that flies. >> reporter: then a sight so horrific it sends them running.
>> this guy just took off without even putting gas in. >> reporter: human instinct dictates you run away from danger. >> there's a lady with a little baby running for her life. >> reporter: sometimes instinct is a funny thing. >> you see some people running towards the fire. there's one. he's got a house or something. >> reporter: at 1 minute 29 seconds into the explosion, a police car shows up to stop people from heading down the road. a customer finishes what he started when this all began pumping up his car with gas. more police. at roughly 6 minutes, 30 seconds, two fire trucks arrive. the video from this gas station is deceptive. it makes the fireball appear to be closer than it was. the source of those flames, the gas line rupture, was at the bottom of this street, a good four to five blocks away. >> it's so big that it looks
like it is there. >> reporter: the owner handed the footage over to ntsb and investigators said it will be helpful in trying to figure out what caused this gas pipeline to explode. >> he was really, really very impressed with the picture and everything. >> reporter: in an bruno, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> any wonder that one customer was so scared that he drove off without paying. yesterday he went back to settle with the gas station operators. pg&e tonight says there are no strings attached to the $100 million fund to help rebuild that damaged san bruno neighborhood. utility officials talked about the money and other issues today at their own news conference. among all of the technical explanations about gas delivery and pipeline inspections, the simplest question was asked twice. what happened? >> again, i'm not going to speculate on what could have happened. there are too many different
things that can go into any kind of event like this and so for us to speculate, it doesn't help. it doesn't help the citizens. it doesn't help the ntsb. it doesn't help the public to start to speculate with all kinds of different reasons that this could have happened. >> pg&e told residents in the affected area they would immediately give them a check up to $50,000 to help them get started. as we mentioned just moments ago, now you get to see it. the 28-foot long section of that underground pipe that ruptured will be shipped to washington for a detailed examination. that's happening tonight. that piece along with sections on either side of ten feet long were put into wooden crates early this morning. ntsb investigators will inspect all three segments as they try to figure out exactly what caused the explosion. it will take up to ten days to comb through the evidence in the neighborhood. >> some of the people who survived the explosion still don't know if their homes are standing or if the things that make a house a home survived the
intense heat as flames spread through the community. traci grant is there tonight and some very emotional homecomings today. >> reporter: absolutely. take a look at this image behind us. this construction worker was actually on top of that utility pole. he's just gotten down. the flag is blowing in the distance. it was an iconic image really, symbolic of what the people in this neighborhood are trying to do. they're trying to rise from the ashes right along with that utility pole is there used to be houses and now there's nothing but dirt. now today was the first time that all of the residents impacted by the explosion were able to sit together in the same room and receive some vital information. >> i picked up the dog, run around the house trying to find her leash, grabbed my purse and
ran downstairs outside to the car. >> reporter: since they escaped the explosion that rocked their neighborhood on thursday, they spent nights in various locations. inside the car. at a friend's house and in a dog friendly hotel. ever since her husband returned from the business trip and joined her at the hotel, they have been anxious to find out what became of their home. they found it on a list of green tagged houses over the weekend but they're not allowed to return. she says it's a small price to pay. >> i feel very lucky. this is a pain in the butt here waiting and waiting but i feel very, very lucky. i don't know how god picks these things. >> reporter: city administrators met with residents of the 84 homes impacted by the explosion today to try to explain what happens next. cameras weren't allowed inside because san bruno's mayor says they were trying to preserve the privacy of the traumatized homeowners. >> one afternoon they're cooking dinner and 30 minutes later there's nothing left of their lives. >> reporter: this afternoon bus tours started taking homeowners
to get their first look at their homes since the flame was extinguished. each homeowner paired up with a building inspector. those owning yellow tagged houses are given one hour to grab belongings and be escorted out. red tagged homeowners don't get the chance to get too close to their damaged homes. the city says all permits and fees connected to rebuilding any of these homes will be waived. >> it's not just physical rebuilding. it's mental. it will take quite a while. >> reporter: take a look at this house. fire has completely eaten away the roof of that home. that's one of the red tagged structures that is sitting out here now. just two minutes ago another bus tour just came through here. these buses aren't spending much time on the street. they contain people who are owners of these red tagged homes. the homes that people will not
be able to go back into that are a total loss. the mayor told us today that he's working with some local realty companies to come up with rental properties that these displaced only owners will be able to stay in temporarily but free of charge. live in san bruno, traci grant, nbc bay area news. >> at least close to home. thank you very much. our coverage obviously continues at nbcbayarea.com. we've posted raw video of that fireball that you saw from the gas station and the pg&e news conference. now, a little bit later in the broadcast see how you can find out if one of these pipelines runs under your home. we'll show you at 6:30. also ahead tonight, the international tug of war over one of the cal graduates locked up in iran. here what they want now. apps are so hot they have their own convention. welcome to app nation.
i'm scott budman. not only what's cool for your android but how apps themselves are changing the way we all do business. good evening. i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. mild weather here for the bay area. only 60s and low 70s and the cool weather is going to continue for tomorrow. the south bay only 67 by 11:00 a.m. and we're tracking late-week show as coming up.
crimes and undermine the criminals who now control the trade. >> we support prop 19 because we want control of a market that's dominated by gangs and drug dealers. they have control over this market right now. >> a number of other law enforcement groups are strongly opposed to prop 19 arguing that it will allow employees in high risk jobs to come to work stoned. gubernatorial candidate jerry brown apologized to bill clinton after a meg whitman ad that shows experts from a 1992 presidential primary debate during which clinton attacked brown as a man who was loose with the facts. in los angeles over the weekend the video captured brown saying the ad has clinton lying about me. in the video that was posted on "time" magazine's website, brown goes on to say clinton is a nice guy but who is to say he always
told the truth? only nbc bay area can bring you insight into the political stories of the day. you can find it on our blog at nbcbayarea.com. today's feature report, the real deal about an attack ad against meg whitman and big oil's big issue in the golden state. just click on prop 0 on the top of nbcbayarea.com. getting 63 police officers back on the streets of oakland is a measure on the november ballot. it fixes measure y passed several years ago that requires the police department maintain 803 cops in order for the city to collect a $20 million tax a year. the city recently laid off 80 officers and proponents say measure bb allows the state to continueo get the money even in these tough times. >> as a result of the problem solving officers being pulled back for now, that is making it very difficult. we don't have a way to really connect with the police department the way we did
before. >> also on the ballot is an annual parcel tax of $360 per home designated for public safety and for keeping officers on the force. we now live on the planet of the apps. they're taking over our phones and our time. so maybe it's time that apps got their own show. the first app nation came to the bay area today. scott budman put his finger on what's hot. >> reporter: there are apps to connect with friends, apps to play games, apps for just about anything. >> entertainment, paying bills, ordering food. >> reporter: it makes sense that apps now have their own convention. this is app nation reminding us that laptops are so last year now it's all about phones and ipads and talking on your phone, out of date. now it's all about the mobile
touch. >> i call it the synthetic society. it's what we're moving into which is everything a version of it is always with you. >> reporter: small companies like mob clicks, jump tap and g wallet have apps so does intel with apps on their netbooks. >> people are looking for the new thing to be more productive as people are looking for the new thing to watch streaming videos or games for the children or productivity matters. they are looking for these devices to solve these. >> reporter: because apps know where you are, they're even changing the way we shop. >> let's say at bloomingdale's, we can target you in the vicinity of shopping areas. >> reporter: all is not perfect in app land. after all for these small companies to grow, they need to make money and that's tough to do 99 cents at a time.
>> the app model gives us a chance to get in front of people. monetizing is a different issue we need to deal with. at least we get some chips in the big game. >> reporter: the question is can they cash in those chips? in san francisco, scott budman, nbc bay area news. >> men are 30% more likely to take an interest in mobile phone ads than women. ad makers are taking note of that. a popular san francisco sandwich shop what's getting evicted is going out with a bang. dozens of hungry diners lined up down the sidewalk for a last chance at an ike's sandwich. the shop was closing today after the owners could not fight off a city eviction order. some neighbors complained to the city of big crowds and smell of bacon. customers say the closing will leave a hole in the neighborhood and an empty place in their
stomachs. >> i'll stroll along with my dogs and wait in line for a sandwich almost every day in the afternoon. i'll have more money in my pocket but i'll be hungrier. >> beginning tomorrow the employees will begin carpooling to other locations on the peninsula. he's searching for a new san francisco location for his business and ike's is staying open until midnight tonight. >> jeff ranieri, did the winds have anything to do with that smell of bacon? >> always attribute that to the weather. we're looking at wind out here throughout san francisco. as we head throughout tonight. overall it's about the temperatures going up and down and all over the place lately. look at today's highs. 61 in san francisco. 77 in los gatos. 77 in livermore. only 64 in san rafael. about 10 to 15 degrees off the mark of where we should be this time of year and dropping off to plenty of low and mid 60s throughout the peninsula and
even here in the east bay. we'll continue to go down as we head throughout tonight with not only cool air aloft but fog near the coastline near san bruno where the investigation still continues on so it looks like investigators will see more hours here of relatively clear conditions before the fog starts to set back in. meanwhile in oakland, sun is setting. you can see the array of colors. 64 with winds northwest at 14. let's look at this interesting pattern with the temperatures up over part of the weekend and then back down today. we've seen the jet stream take a far dip to the south. cool air in place but not only that we're watching an early season system sitting out here off the pacific. it does have some rainfall associated with it. still several hundred miles away from the bay area but we're going to watch this because by late week it looks like there could be a bit of rainfall for california. 6:00 a.m. tomorrow in the south bay we're starting off with
temperatures in the upper 50s by 11:00 a.m. cooler side with upper 60s to near 70 degrees and that sun breaking through the clouds in the south bay. 6:00 a.m. elsewhere we'll look at some of our cooler spots in the north bay with upper 40s to low 50s. as we dance toward 11:00 a.m. not much of a change with that cool air sitting across most of california. temperatures are going to have a hard time warming up tomorrow. meanwhile, if you're doing traveling possibly delays here in chicago and st. louis with some strong storms that will roll through portions of the midwest and we'll have details in our seven-day forecast of this pacific rainfall and when it could mean a slight chance of showers for the north bay. >> very well, jeff. we'll see you a bit later on. coming up, perhaps saving money on your tax. see if you can cash in on a presidential compromise with republicans. >> debit card fees. we hate to pay them and now a proposed law to shut them down taking a big hit. [ male announcer ] jerry brown's good old days.
but what really happened? cnn -- not me -- cnn says his assertion about his tax record was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it. he raised taxes as governor of california. he had a surplus when he took office and a deficit when he left. he doesn't tell the people the truth. let's go! we got a 1-2-0 in progress. what's a 1-2-0? another airline is charging up to $120 roundtrip for two bags. [ imitating siren ] pull over! looks like we got a runner. pull over! we know you've been charging for bags! we can't stop every plane. we're gonna stop this one. you can fly, but you can't hide.
the most expensive school ever built opened to students today. a week late because of budget cuts. robert kennedy high school sits on the site of the old ambassador hotel robert kennedy was shot and killed during a campaign stop back in 1968. now the new school resembles the old hotel and served 3,700 students from kindergarten to fourth grade. it cost $578 million, all of that money came from bond money. as california continues to operate without a new budget, the state is heading closer to setting a record. today is day 75. california has been running without a spending plan. in three days the state will reach the longest budget impasse in its 160-year history. republican legislators want to cut spending and democrats want to raise taxes to close the budget deficit. are you sick of all of those debit card fees? some small businesses say they can't survive without them. the california branch of the national federation of independent business is urging
members to call and write governor schwarzenegger telling him to veto the senate bill. the nfib says debit card users would be surprised to learn that most businesses which impose debit card surcharges are only recovering their costs and businesses are charged a swiping fee by companies like visa. the bill is pro consumer but few people know the bill is backed by visa. a series of armed robberies at east bay convenience stores has oakland police asking for the public's help. investigators today released this surveillance photo that was taken on september 4th. they say the man robbed three 7-11 stores in oakland, hayward and police are offering a reward and at the same time they are investigating whether the same man is behind other robberies. a disease nightmare is unfolding. health officials are calling it a super bug.
a bacteria made resistant to nearly every antibiotic by a new gene sickening people in three states. the u.s. cases and two others in canada involve people who recently received medical care in india. scientist say the gene hitches on many types of common germs. the gene is found in bacteria that causes urinary and stomach infections. while the first lady is asking the nation's restaurants to add more healthy options to menus especially menus for kids. she's urging restaurants to limit the amount of butter and cream in dishes and to provide apple slices or carrots as a side dish on the menu instead of chips. her goal is to combat childhood obesity. >> when you see research showing that obese toddlers already display warning signs for heart disease, it's clear that we don't have the time to waste. >> how big is the problem? the government says 8% of
students in san francisco schools are obese. and only 17% of them eat vegetables at least three times a week. coming up from the s.w.a.t. team to police chief, inside the struggle to hold off a debilitating disease. a cal grad jailed for a year in iran could be free in a matter of hours but iran has a big demand for her family. the san bruno explosion raises questions about pipelines under other bay area neighborhoods but try finding a map of the pipelines. we'll explain why that's diitout .t .bout
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surface. >> reporter: we may never know where in san jose that transmission line runs. it's a matter of national security. it's playtime for the children at sunnyvale's community school. an inspector told nbc bay area everyone here should be worried about what lies beneath and this orange pole is a warning. >> it's a little disturbing having a family here and a little concerned that we're in danger here too. >> reporter: in an e-mail crews discovered a 22-inch gas main at this location and he worries about its condition. >> fear i guess. the same thing could happen here. >> reporter: pg&e has been ordered to inspect all its main gas lines. >> inspect early. please. do the best you can. there are so many people that are living here that are scared to death. >> reporter: this map on the utility's website shows generally where the big pipes might run. specifically they can't post that information. >> unfortunately we have terrorists and so if we held that data, we would be providing
the terrorist one location to come and really devastate our country. >> reporter: contractors know where utility lines are located so they don't damage one during a dig. it's up to pg&e to warn the excavator if he's digging near one of the big pipes. it took san bruno residents this tragedy to find out they are living on one of those pipes. if you are building a fence around your property, dial 811. they will tell you what to look out for. in san jose, i'm damian trujillo, nbc bay area news. >> they expect a call to find out who dug around the san bruno pipe over the last couple years. the spokesman say the number of digs could be in the hundreds. new video shows the scene seconds after thursday's explosion happened. it's from a gas station surveillance camera located about four blocks from where the
underground pipe blew up. you can see the enormous fireball the explosion produced and police cars arriving to sort out traffic in the midst of the flames and confusion a woman runs across the street carrying a baby. you can see the video online at nbcbayarea.com. to developing news out of iran where negotiations continue behind closed doors for the release of one of three american hikers detained in that country for more than a year. lisa? >> it's a battle of wills. the family of sarah shourd is waiting to hear if iranian officials will hear their latest plea following days of on again and off again negotiations. they cannot come up with the cash they are requiring. shourd is sick and was supposed to be let go on saturday but legal technicalities delayed her
release. iran is demanding that bail. something state officials would say would violate international sanctions. a lawyer spoke about the moment that shourd found out she could be released soon. >> she was happy and even two male prisoners were glad about sarah's freedom. but she expected all three to be released. >> the three hikers will be put on trial for allegedly spying on the country. there are no plans to release the other two hikers. >> all right. thank you. president obama held what you would call a backyard town hall meeting today to talk up his ideas for renewing tax cuts except for the nation's highest wage earners. they met in a fairfax neighborhood to say it's up to republicans whether they want to hold up tax relief for a vast number of americans in order to protect the 2% that make more than $250,000 a year. >> you go back to the rates that were in place when bill clinton
was president, which i want to remind everybody at that time we had 22 million jobs created. much faster income and wage growth. the economy was humming good. >> republicans say they don't want any workers to pay more taxes when tax cuts enacted during the bush administration expire it at the end of the year unless congress intervenes, tax rates go up across the board. >> just days after the emotional anniversary of 9/11 that had protesters out in force, the controversy continues over that proposed construction of a mosque near the site of ground zero in new york city. passions are running high there and with americans across the country as well. a new poll shows that 70% of american voters think that muslims do have a right to build near ground zero. but 63% of them think it's inappropriate. the imam leading the charge to build the mosque two blocks from ground zero told the council on foreign relations today that they are still continuing every option when it comes to where they put the center but he
maintains there's a misperception that the proposed site is sacred ground. >> it's disingenuous that that block is hallowed ground. >> despite the strip joints, critics say the mosque shows disrespect for the dead killed by islamic extremists. 49ers coach mike singletary not the least bit happy about how he lashed out at his own team today. a bay area man spent his career fighting crime is retiring but he's got a new foe. a new computer virus is infecting millions of computers. the e-mail subject line you should avoid. i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. temperatures well below average today as we start off monday only 73 in san jose. cool weather continues for tomorrow with only upper 60s at 11:00 a.m. in the 11:00 a.m. in the east bay and
showers in the seven-day forecast. as governor, he cut waste got rid of the mansion and the limo budgets were balanced. $4 billion in tax cuts. world class schools and universities. clean energy promoted. 1.9 million new jobs created. california was working. i'm jerry brown. california needs major changes. we have to live within our means; we have to return power and decision making to the local level-closer to the people and no new taxes without voter approval. jerry brown the knowledge and know-how to get california working again.
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it's remarkable that anyone survived when you see this video from a plane crash in venezuela this morning. 51 people were onboard. the plane breaking nearly in two as it landed. 14 people died. four are missing. 33 survivors are being treated at local hospitals. investigators credit the pilot for saving so many lives. he called the emergency in shortly before he crashed and rescuers were waiting and ready when that jet touched down. after a month long delay, bp crews have resumed drilling a we leave well that would allow them to permanently seal the blown out well in the gulf of mexico. bad weather and debate over how to proceed held things up. bp and the government said it should take about four days to intersect the blown out well and once that process is complete, crews will pump in mud and cement to permanently seal the wells.
the hp buying spree continues tonight. hewlett packard spending money today announcing plans to snatch up a company for $1.5 billion. the deal comes on the heels of hp buying three par just above $2 billion. a new computer virus is attacking millions of pcs infecting some major companies. the virus tempts people with the subject line here you have and promises free pornography. it start by trying to uninstall anti-virus software and then sends the e-mail to the victims' entire address book with your name attached. >> unfortunately if you fall for this and are infected, e-mail will go out with your name on it. the people you send that e-mail to are going to know that you fell for that social engineering trick. even if it comes from somebody
you know, if the content of the e-mail looks suspicious never click on the attachment or link in that e-mail. >> in less than a week the outbreak has spread to nasa, wells fargo, aig, even disney. "the wall street journal" reports some experts believe the attackers are trying to steal personal information. >> pornography line should be a clue not to open that. >> are you ready for the 49ers fallout today? >> it could be good. singletary dropped the d word. yeah. the d word. we'll show you what's going on in 49ers headquarters and this tv reporter and model accusing the new york jets of something. we'll tell you what's happening and out of a disney movie. the former substitute math teacher steps in the a's today. >> after hot headlines, we're about cool this week. fog lingers offshore downtown san francisco and golden gate bridge. we'll tell you about some
joe has his story. >> this was a s.w.a.t. picture from way back. >> he can remember every detail after three decades in law enforcement. >> this is when i was the police chief of lafayette. >> reporter: every crime, every investigation. >> a big meth problem in the city. >> reporter: it's the little things that now slip the mind of the former lafayette police chief. >> anything from appointments to just conversations are trying to remember people's name. >> reporter: shortly after retiring from police work four years ago, fisher was diagnosed with alzheimer's. >> the beginning was a lot of misplacing things when he got home. >> reporter: since then the 53-year-old and his wife have tried to make sense of a disease still in its early stages. >> any time i can see he's misplaced something and having difficult finding things, i give
him a chance to try to locate things and then i ask him if he wants help. >> reporter: alzheimer's experts say it's important for people developing memory problems even in their 40s and 50s to get checked. >> when people see those things and they interfere with daily functioning and they are getting worse over time, that's a good time to see the doctor. >> reporter: more than 5 million people suffer from alzheimer's and the numbers are on the rise. >> it's important to understand that because you have this diagnosis or because someone you love has the diagnosis, it's not the end of the world. it's the beginning of a different journey. >> reporter: it's tough to watch her husband go from running a police department to struggling with conversations and grocery lists but even now the old mike is still there. >> he's my rock. he's always been the person that i lean on and i still do but it will evolve. >> if you have any questions about alzheimer's, the
alzheimer's association website is a terrific website at alz.org. jeff ranieri joins us now. today's weather depended on where you were. it was different every place. >> microclimate in full effect. it jostled you up a bit. 90s inland on saturday. and then today down into the 60s in fremont. 77 in livermore. only 72 in gilroy. 73 in san jose. even san francisco 10 degrees below average for this time of the year. let's take you outside to oakland. magnificent sunset as you look toward downtown san francisco on the left of your screen and you have golden gate bridge there toward the center. humidity at 60%. wind northwest at 13 miles per hour. let's take a look. numbers have also started to come down from daytime highs. already quickly dropping into the 60s here. santa rosa, 68.
san mateo, 64. san jose, 71. 72 in concord. 76 in fairfield. not only the fog that's offshore that's keeping us cool but it's a lot of cool air aloft. a dome of cooler air sitting across most of california at this point. that will bring more widespread 70s for tomorrow and we're even looking at a chance here of some early season showers in our seven-day forecast. now, it's evident that we're not sitting under this typical high pressure clearing pattern because we have all of this cloud cover. 700 miles out. two different systems we're watching and with this system right here there's actually some rainfall associated with it as the jet stream is taking a large dip. we're not expecting to see wide scale large rain system for us. it will help to keep us mild as we head throughout tuesday and wednesday's forecast. mainly 70s inland. 50s and 60s at the coast with the fog remaining. we'll see the pattern stick with us for wednesday with below average temperatures and we'll get sunshine in by the afternoon. mornings will start off cloudy and overcast, we'll have some pretty nice afternoons coming
our way. east bay tomorrow by 11:00 a.m. on the cool side. no doubt you'll need the jacket as you head out tomorrow morning and get the kids ready for school. for the forecast tomorrow, upper 40s to low 50s for the north bay and peninsula. mid 50s with also some low 50s here for the east bay. a chilly start. temperatures below average in the morning. for tomorrow, instead of 80s, mid and upper 80s this time of year, we're going with mid 70s. another break on your ac. 76 in evergreen. 77 in livermore. for the peninsula, 60s will be the mainstay. 67 in san mateo. 64 in san francisco. oakland, 69. heating up in the east bay hills with 76 in san ramon and north bay more 70s. more on weather channel on cable any time and on your seven-day forecast, a slight chance for showers mainly on the northern fringes of the north bay. north of santa rosa it will not be major. this cooling pattern will keep temperatures below average with upper 70s and low 80s.
inland all of the way through the foreseeable future. and 60s at the coastline. we're going to start to set into this fall pattern. even this is still on the early side for us. >> where's our summer? >> we didn't have one. >> that's for sure. thank you. >> a little drama unfolding. >> drama right here in the studio last night. we knew we were on trouble. sports sunday prime time after sunday night football game. we get a text from the co-hosts. five minutes before the show, i can't come in. coach singletary ordered us for a team meeting 9:00 p.m. at headquarters. i called coach singletary. he was an excused absence. we knew we were in trouble at that point. nothing has changed. it's been a preseason filled with drama and now in the last 24 hours, a regular season filled with drama. maybe the worst part of it, mike singletary dropped that dreaded
d word. the same d word that doomed another local coach several years ago. >> we have to be the dumbest team in america in terms of playing the game and i'm highly critical because of the way we give games away. we give them away. period. >> yeah. that d word. former raiders head coach bill callahan in '03 caused a huge stir and led to his firing. let's be clear, singletary is not getting fired but he's under fire after an embarrassing effort yesterday. today he showed up for work in full crisis mode. here's laura banky from santa clara. >> reporter: one day after his team's turnover laden opening day loss, he doesn't mince words. >> we may be dumb but not very good. i wouldn't say we're not good. i feel we're going to be a very
good football team. >> reporter: in order to move in that direction sunday night the coach buck protocol and called a mandatory team meeting after the team arrived home from seattle. >> i wanted to make sure what i meant and things that were said after the game and to make sure that one of the most important things that we stay together. >> reporter: not only does mike singletary continue to stand by alex smith's work on the field but also off of it saying he appreciated his qb's post game criticism about how slowly plays were called into the huddle sayisay ing it's an issue the team will work on. >> we'll figure it out in the next few days how we're going to do that and how it's going to get better. >> reporter: singletary says one possible solution is to move the offensive cowa offensive coordinator to the sideline but everyone needs to improve including himself. >> i don't ever say when we lose
the game, you guys were awful. i have work to do. >> reporter: so does his team. lawy >> nice work. gets tough for the 49ers. they host the super bowl champion new orleans saints. keeping with our depressing angle, raiders also blown out yesterday. he's 81 years old. looked like the same old story. campbell under attack. the titans win this thing in nashville 38-13. the upside for the raiders they host the lowly rams this sunday at the coliseum. here's a hot button story getting international headlines. a tv reporter that works for a mexican network says she was harassed by doing a story on the
new york jets over the weekend sexually suggestive comments and actions by many of the jets players and coaches is what she was saying. jets and the nfl are promising a full investigation into this matter. great story in baseball today. a few years ago this guy was a substitute math teacher. he also worked in pipeline maintenance. now he's a part of a's history. oldest pitcher in oakland a's history to make a major league debut. gets the win in his debut. the a's beat the royals this afternoon in kansas city, final score of 3-1. finally tonight, all is good with the first place giants, right? a share of the lead. things looking good. playoffs in a few weeks and then there's this.
emergency appendectomy for andre torres. woke up in pain. went to the hospital. surgery yesterday in san diego. he'll be lost to the giants most likely for the remainder of the season. a huge blow. >> any hope for playoffs? >> he'll be back early october if the giants make the playoffs. >> they're off today. >> thank you. >> the video game out tonight that will go platinum in just 60 seconds. we'll show it to you in a moment. get any phone free only at verizon
coming up at 11:00, he survived a shark attack. >> the thing jumped out of the water pretty much with me in its mouth and took me under water for a second and shook me and i remember being shaken and the only thing that i could do because i was in his mouth, the shark was right here. it had me. only thing i could do was hit him like this. >> talk about scary. 500 stitches, 200 staples to put him back together. tonight he's sharing his story only with us telling us why he's getting back in the water and warning for anyone that goes to a local beach. fans are lined up outside
electronic stores from coast to coast and in various world capitals for the global launch of halo reach. if those words mean nothing to you, you are clearly not a gamer. the latest installment in the halo video game series goes on sale at midnight tonight. today in london, customers dressed like game characters and one soared into the sky fueled by a jet pack. it says here i don't know about the game but presumes that it is true but i do want a jet pack and that's true. that's a neat way to commute. >> all of the way from san francisco. >> right above 101 and go over the top. see you later, guys. >> now that i would pay to see. that will do it for us. thank you for watching. see you tonight at 11:00.
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