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>> in pris, in solitary confinement for more than a year in a cell that was eight steps by five steps big. sarah talked about her time in an iranian prison today on oprah. a look at an emotional interview. >> it was sarah shourd in her own words. she deviated from her scripted statements for the first time today. she relived the first horrifying moment when she realized they were being arrested. >> that was one of the most devastating moments. they tore us apart. three different cells. i screamed all night long. that was when it hit me that we were in prison. >> shourd says they were in iraq's culture and there was nothing on their hike to indicate they were crossing to iran.
shourd's mother was in the audience and they talked about their bond. >> there was only one day that i just gave up. i didn't get out of bed, didn't eat. just cried. didn't speak to the guards. i had to pick myself up and keep going for my mom and for everyone else that loved me and for god. that's what makes you not give up. shourd said she hopes that her fiance and friend will be released as well and added that she has no animosity toward iran's president and hopes to meet with him this week while he's in new york. the clean-up has begun in san bruno. crews spent the day removing the rubble left behind from three of the 35 homes destroyed. workers sprayed the homes with water to prevent dangerous materials from entering the air.
>> it's difficult. i mean, it's two weeks after the event and now, we are going in and removing their home from them, but for the most part, is it positive and they've been thankful this county program. they have enough to worry about right now. >> still, ten homeowners have not signed permits yet to allow the clean-up to go forward. it is expegted to last four weeks. san jose city leaders say their confidence level the higher after meeting with pg&e this afternoon. they want to reassure the able ability to shut down pipelines during an emergencies. >> reporter: the public works director said it was a good conversation and they had a chance to ask pg&e questions. the city is concerned about a high-risk natural gas pipeline
near north 3rd street where you have businesses as well as homes. pg&e told the city to shift around the line is what makes it risky, but the section around the line is not going to be redone until 2012. the hour and a half meeting focused on pg&e's communication with san jose and its ability to react in an emergency. >> i don't need to know exactly where they are, but i wanted to confidence that if there's an event, they have the ability to shut down an area that is as small as possible. >> reporter: the city told us pg&e is interested in holding community meetings with people who live in the area. >> thank you, gorge. pg&e remains under the microscope. the california public utilities commission plans to set up a panel which will look into the factors that contributed to the explosion that killed seven
people. the panel will contist of experts hand picked by the ucpc president. pg&e will have to pay for the investigation. california regulators voted on a resolution today arding the company to fund the project. it's not clear of the cost, but the funds will come from the company's share holding profits. a natural gas line in arenda had people fleeing their homes and left businesses without gas. people say what happened in san bruno, they thought the same thing might be happening to them and they feared the worst. christie smith explains. >> reporter: pg&e worked to get relanga way back in business after a gas line break. nations opened at 6:00, but the grill wasn't fired up. >> i feel bad for everybody who can't have bacon yet. we just offered coffee or pie.
>> reporter: last night, an outside contractor accidentally hit an gas line and 12 homes were evacuated. >> because of the heightened sense of awareness, everybody's initial reaction was let's respond strong and thankfully when we were made aware it was a low pressure line, we were able to scale it back. >> reporter: pg&e says there is a way to check lines first by calling, but accidents are not uncommon during the spring, summer and fall. >> in this case, the contractor did the right thing, but it's common to have these, but it's very easy to dig into a gas or other underground facilities. >> reporter: kevin wong ran to check his office. >> we had to reroute some people, but bottom line, just glad everybody's safe.
he's apparently going for a run. a man suspected of trying to rape a jogger on a popular trail. take a good look. the suspect described as a hispanic male in his mid-20s, brown hair, brown eyes. the woman attacked was running down along the coyote park trail sunday morning. she did fight back, kicking and screaming until the attacker ran away. an emotional day in court for the family of a san francisco police officer killed in the line of duty. he had parked his cruiser, hoping to stop a driver leading officers on a high speed chase in 2006, but he slammed the
stolen van right into the cruiser, hitting and killing the 39-year-old officer. his father says while he misses his son, he forgives patrelli. >> patrelli, we forgive you, make mistakes. for your family, we bear no judge. >> he could be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. he is scheduled to be back in court in october. smuggling coke in their carry on luggage. federal investigators say the suspects transported large amounts of drugs and cash on commercial flights and they did it for a decade. jodi hernandez is live in the east bay tonight. that's where a lot of these suspects live? >> reporter: that's right. one lives right here in this hercules neighborhood, probably
the last place you'd expect to find a suspected drug dealer. this spells out an elaborate operation. the suspects transported drugs on commercial airplanes for a decade. >> he's like the one, says hi all the time. >> reporter: but federal investigators say the man who lives in this well-kept house is part of a major drug smuggling ring. 41-year-old herbert plaque and 21 others took part in a ten-year long conspiracy to distribute cocaine. they used commercial airlines to fly the drugs to pennsylvania. >> makes me even more crazy. it's supposed to be even more secure than ever and they're getting cocaine through there or something. what, in suitcases?
>> reporter: but last year, one of the suspects slipped up. one tried to smuggle 19 kill grams of cocaine to pittsburgh, but the suitcase didn't fit in the overhead compartment. after getting checked into cargo, the suitcase was unloaded in vegas. they caught mitchell after he filed a lost baggage claim. but how the operation went undetected for a year is unclear. the father of two is accused of being a part of it. he said he's always seemed like a friendly family man. >> that's my favorite neighbor. that's like the guy. he's a cool guy, you know. >> now, i did contact the tsa today to ask them how cocaine could have gotten through security for so many mere years.
they say they screen for explosives, not drugs. now, almost all of the suspects face life sentences and fines of up to $8 million if convicted. nearly all suspects are out on bail tonight, however, five of them, investigators cannot find. two of those men are from oakland and considered fugitives. live in oakland. coming up, key parts of the health care reform bill went into effect today. we'll hear why this is such a landmark day for this bay area fami family. there's a new poll out on the governor's race. why it shows that the final stretch of campaigning, well, it could decide everything for each candidate. and we saw a little bit of a warm-up today. at this hour, 70s and 80s inland. by this time tomorrow,im 90s in the forecast and heating up even for more for the weekend. [ male announcer ] as the ceo of hp,
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you better sit down for this one because we have progress to report. a spokesperson for governor schwarzenegger says he and lawmakers have reached a framework of an agreement on a new state budget. the so-called big five spent a second day trying hammer out that framework. thai meeting in southern california since the governor has been recovering from an illness. a spokesperson says they will continue to work through the framework over the weekend and hope to have a deal on monday. the state has been without a budget for 85 days. the longest in state history. a new poll shows jerry brown and meg whitman are in a dead heat. the poll shows whitman gaining
among women. female voters are evenly divided between the two candidates a rarity in california, where women historically vote for democrats. independents split, suggesting a down to wire race. jerry brown used a newark campaign stop day. said peterson dean, the nation's largest roofing company, brown attacked proposition 23, which would suspend california's clean air standards. he outlined his plan to create green jobs in california, saying sol lar technology is an area where the state can lead. >> this is a small company, but it's thousands of small companies like this that build the economy. my plan is to create 500,000
jobs over the next ten years. >> brown called prop 23 a quote, dirty energy proposition pointing out its backed by three out of state oil companies trying to bamboozle the voters. >> meg whitman came out against prop 23. voters passed the climate change law, but it was suspended until the state's unemployment dropping to 5.5%. for mobt p months, whitman hasn't taken a position on 23, saying she'd only suspend it for a year. today though, she took a stand, saying she is officially against prop 23. nbc bay area will be airing a governor's debate on october 12th. tom brokaw will moderate the debate. coverage begins at 6:30 and we'll have it on our website.
let's talk about tech news and what did you do when the world's biggest social network sight went down? a couple of ideas. >> if it only lasted longer, we may have solved the economic crisis. if it seems like more work was being done today, you can thank whatever it was that slowed it down. it forced hundreds of millions of people to go back to work or communicate on twitter. facebook blamed the outage on quote, technical issues, unquote. the outage lasting not long enough to move the xwhi forward. we learned this morning that first time jobless claims went up. 12,000 people filing for unemployment for the first time. that also led to a cooling on wall street. markets taking a day off from the recent rally. most stocks falling, some stocks bucking the trend. apple and netflix hitting new
highs. coming up tonight at 11:00, a look at why computer hackers don't really care about your passwords anymore. how they're able to reach inside your computer any way and what you need to do to keep your identity safe. >> thanks. don't hold your breath on verizon getting that iphone. that's the word from verizon's ceo who spoke to investors today. he said he hopes apple will come around to let them sell the phone. there have been reports that a verizon version was imminent, but so far, at&t has kept the exclusive rights to sell the phone. time for a check of the weather. we are getting ready for a stretch of five, maybe six days in the 90s. >> we got through summer without more than three days of hot weather back-to-back and as we
head into the first weekend of fall, i think we're going to see a five-day heat wave. try valley, 60s around san francisco and we have the sea breeze reaching livermore at this hour, but tomorrow, that sea breeze is going to back down, which means inland areas are going to be warming up. right now in san jose, pretty pleasant. 77 degrees. lows dipping into the upper 50s. oakland, hazy skies, 76 degrees. in san francisco, things turning gusty. west winds at 62. it will be the peninsula and coast that stays mild, but inland, temperatures tomorrow soaring into the 90s. tonight, mostly 50s, patches of low clouds on the coast. tomorrow
tomorrow, 80s and 90s. livermore, close to 100 degrees. into monday, tuesday, still some 90s inland, so once this gets started tomorrow, it will stick around for a while. nothing to worry about in terms of mountain thundershowers. do not need to see lightening and the mountains of northern california. clear side high pressure billing in. the storm track moving north of seattle. tomorrow morning, cool start, comfortable. sweatshirt weather at least for the morning. the interesting part of tomorrow's forecast, by lunchtime, highs tomorrow will be hotter than today's highs. we're going to hit that around noon tomorrow. san jose, 87. 78 in san francisco. if these numbers seem hot, add about ten degrees. that's a sneak preview of your weekend forecast.
we'll have it in the next half hour. we have breaking sports news for you. don nelson out as the warriors coach. why he's resigning. also, the "sesame street" dress code. what got katy perry kicked off the kid's program. >> what didn't? and off the streets. the impact of impending bgeudts at the chp. ma'am, can you identify the other airline that charged you bag fees? that's it. that one...right there. exactly how much did the other airlines make off with? ♪ it was like $25. was that one-way? or roundtrip? roundtrip. $50? did you have a second bag? yes. mm! it was $35. that's $120 roundtrip. [ gasps ] oh! ah! ♪ [ ding ] we sell lathes, mills, high-tech equipment. i had an idea to go ahead
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protection inside construction zones. >> they're endangering the lives of construction workers. >> reporter: they directed the chp to eliminate overtime, meaning no patrol cars stationed to control traffic. without them there, what do you think will happen. >> they'll hit somebody. >> reporter: the impacts extend beyond no construction protections cht it also means no chp sobrity check points. it could lead to delays in answering 911 calls to its call center. >> ultimately, that could have an impact on the ability to answer 911 calls in a timely fashion. >> reporter: for all of these potential impacts, the chp concedes that no one has looked at how much money this may or may not save. some taxpayers are asking this.
>> i think it's a big concern. somebody getting killed, is that a big concern? i would think so. so, having trouble finding a park that welcomes you and your dog? there's now a website that can help. ecodog.org. san francisco spca launched the new webte today. their mission, to keep public places clean while making sure our furry friends get plenty of exercise. netflix is embarrassed tonight after its big debut party for streaming to canada ended with an apology after a publicity stunt backfired. a street party was organized yesterday, but it was discovered the fans were actors who had been given scripted answers. when they couldn't get permission for the block party, it dodged it by getting a film
permit and pretending to shoot a video. the ninth richest person in america will be a little lighter in the pocketbook. zuckerberg will announce a donation to the newark school district. yesterday, "forbes" magazine reported that he has a net worth of $4.9 billion. did i mention he's 26? recently, two men on top of the list, bill gates and paul allen. zuckerberg is documented in the upcoming movie, "social network," which paints him in a less than chartable light. coming up, why this was too much katy perry for "sesame street." and what the iranian
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major provisions of the new health care law kicked in today. requirements include free preventive care. young people can remain on parents' insurance until age 26. no lifetime limits on coverage and no more dropping people from coverage when they get sick, but some warn this comes at a steep price. >> people are going to see higher costs associated with the new benefits. they're required to have more coverage. >> patient advocates say this is just the beginning and that the real changes will come in 2014, when all americans will have some form of health insurance. the new changes immediately
touched families across the bay area today. joe shows us what they mean for one mother and daughter. >> reporter: after all the debating, analyzing and political jousting the changes in national health care became a reality today for hilda and her 23-year-old daughter. >> i've had asthma since i was a little girl. it affected me a lot. >> reporter: martinez has relied on her mother's insurance for all of her 23 years. until today, 23 was the cut off for eligibility. >> i was very, very worried because if she's uninsured, how would she take care of high blood pressure. >> reporter: they were considered preexisting medical conditions, but starting today, dependents can remain on their parents' insurance until they're
26. >> it gives me more time to finish school and get my feet on my own. >> reporter: medical professionals say the changes are as significant as they come. >> it's the beginning of a movement towards really bringing in people who have not had care and often, the most vulnerable. >> it feels really great and actually makes me think and wonder why hasn't it happened before. >> reporter: but martinez says the whole debate over health care actually inspired her. she said the three extra years on her mother's insurance will give her time to finish nursing school. >> i think there's a lot of people out there who need help and it would make me happy to help them. >> some other changes will kick in this year. among them, tax credits for small businesses that make employee coverage more affordableab affordableable. while the out cry over the pay county the prompting a
closer look at salaries statewide. in sacramento, lawmakers are exploring several remedies including salary caps. the highest compensated city manager is in san ramon with a salary and benefits of more than $354,000 a year despite the city's relatively low population. valajo followed by santa clara and sunnyvale. today, u.s. delegates walked on on president ahminedjad when he claimed the 9/11 terror attacks were staged by the u.s. he did not back up his statement, but went on to attack the u.s. for its wars in iraq
and afghanistan. president obama was not in the room at the time. just before that broke out, president obama gave his speech. his topic for the day? peace. he spoke about the possibleties for a sovereign palestinian alongside israel. he urged israeli leaders not to sta stall the process, but join in. >> we can have an agreement that could lead to a new member. an independent, sovereign state of palestinian living in peace with israel. >> president obama demanded that other nations, not just the united states, do more to support israel. he also warned that iran had to first demonstrate its nuclear program has peaceful intentions. it was less than six weeks ago until the elections. republicans are making their arguments in the form of a pledge to america. kristen dahlgren shows us their
commitment. >> our pledge to america -- >> reporter: in a sterling, virginia hardware store, republicans unveiled their newest tools. >> it embodies rejection of the notion that we can simply tax, borrow and spend our way to prosperity. >> reporter: their pledge to america to splash spending, repeal president obama's health care plan, vote weekly on cuts and extend the bush tax cuts. >> all we're saying is no tax hikes. first things first. >> reporter: the pledge isn't a new political play. similar to 1994's contract with america that handed newt gingrich and americans a congressal takeover. this year's promise doesn't include many details or any mention of afghanistan or social security and medicare. >> for republicans who say they want to cut government spending, it is ironic they mention those
programs. >> their plan would take us back to the bush years, to a stagnant economy. >> reporter: while former president clinton, the man in the white house during 1994, offered democrats this advice. >> i believe they should say, give us two more years to do this, if it doesn't work, throw us out. >> reporter: a choice that will be up to voters soon enough. the latest polls show those voters seem to be fed up with government in general. one indicates three quarters of americans disapprove of the way congress is handling its job. kristen dahlgren, nbc news, washington. finally, an atm worth its weight in gold. and the "sesame street" dress code. no, not a bikini top and daisy dukes, but the outfit did get
paid for by cuts to education and public safety with no guarantee of creating one new job. but we can change this by voting yes on proposition 24. prop 24 repeals the billion dollar giveaway and protects our schools and communities. yes on prop 24. it's time to give us a break... not the big corporations. in afghanistan, widespread allegations of fraud. officials releasing numbers of five of the nation's 34 provinces. they say the process is slow because there have been so many complaints. afghanistan officials say they're separating suspicious ballots. the 1400 allegations have been made of fraud with 25 candidates
running for 240 seats. officials say they expect more. day 50 for the 33 chilien miners trapped under ground. today, rescuers say they can get them out by the first week in november. crews are working around the clock to widen the shaft. they have been stuck since august 5th. the new rescue date is nearly two months sooner than the initial christmas time frame. low interest rates, a diving dollar could be the reasons for today's diving price of gold. that makes this though the perfect time to show you an atm that dispenses gold. it was debuted today in spain. customers can get one, five and ten gram bars. a computer inside the machine tracks real time gold prices. it isn't just for investing. make it a gift. >> instead of giving a bunch of
flowers. >> the first machine was unveiled in abu dhabi this year. there are plans to open ten more in the next two weeks. get your popcorn ready. the premiers of "the office" and "30 rock." the show will feature live episodes this year and betty white guest stars on the season premier of "community." she's going to play a slightly whacky ante poll ji professor. at 9:30, the series premier of "outsource." right now, changes at the top of the warriors. >> training camp starts tuesday.
the nba's coach set to resign. the man likely to be replaced, the giants in chicago and wrigley field witnessed an explosion of runs while the sharks import a goaltender. here's a look from san bruno mountain to san francisco. breezy, but temperatures soar tomorrow. [ male announcer ] as the ceo of hp, carly fiorina laid off 30,000 workers. when you're talking about massive layoffs, which we did... perhaps the work needs to be done somewhere else. [ male announcer ] fiorina shipped jobs to china. and while californians lost their jobs,
does street stand for censorship. nope, she didn't kiss the girl, but some parents complained her outfit was a little too much or maybe too little. robert kovacik shows a segment that won't get to "sesame street." >> reporter: katy perry made her first splash with this song and she's been widing the wave of raised eyebrows ever since cht not exactly a g-rated girl, her california gurls video has been an eye popping favorite. ♪ so, it may come as no surprise that the youtube preview of her appearance on "sesame street"
has left some parents mor of the latter and less of the former. her scanty attire has been deemed too adult by some adults. ♪ so, the performance was tossed in the trash can before it ever hits streets, but fans of katy need not get grouchy, it remains on youtube, where it continues to tickle fans by the millions. today, perry tweeted her disappointment. she says, wow, looks like my play date with elmo has been cut sho short. tag, you're it, elmo. >> elmo is playing, miss katy. you're it! >> reporter: "sesame street" has
always gone after celebrities to pair up with the show regulars. it's a way say street wise producers, to keep adults entertained, too. researchers say kids learn best when watching side by side with a grown up. >> that outfit wasn't going to make elmo's popsicle melt, that's for sure. it is. they should have known what they were getting. did they think she was going to show up in a moo moo. >> the heat wave will make the popsicle melt. scantily clad folks around the bay area this weekend. it's possible the weather will support that. but right now, 74 in san francisco. close to 80. san jose, one of the warmer spots. los gatos, 72 degrees. thank you for those weather watch reports across the south
bay today. 85 in livermore. if you're curious to know what is it's like outside now, the south bay, still comfortable. 74. 80 in livermore. it's our inland valleys that will hang on to 80s. straight through friday and the week ahead. fairfield, west winds at 70 miles an hour. that is going to start to shut down and with that, our temperature temperature, are going to start to climb up. 74 degrees, northwest wind at 16, so breezy for your weekend. into oakland, san francisco from san bruno moment, fog free for now, but it's chilly outside. 64 degrees west wind at 22 miles
per hour. some headlines tonight, patches of low clouds with the lows mainly in the 50s. for tomorrow, highs reaching the 90s midland. for the weekend, 70s along the coast and maybe even close to 100 degrees around livermore and morgan hill. those will be some of if warmest places we see on the bay area. for allergies, it's elm poll enin terms of the tree poll en. unfortunately, once high pressure sets up, we see moderate air level qualities. trivalley, east by valleys and as we head through the weekend, may get close to spare the air days as that high pressure system just kind of locks in on us and heats us up for the weekend. most of the action, way off to the north, it acts like a ski jump for these incoming weather systems. you can see a parade of systems going for a ride here on the jet stream, but nowhere near california here over the next couple of days.
we're going to get warming sinking air aloft and san francisco and the coast, 70s and 80s starting tomorrow, but things will continue to heat up through saturday, sunday and monday. we're going to see temperatures in the 80s and 90s inland. for most of the days, 80s. this could be a problem for fire danger concerns, so we're going to be hot and dry enough to see head flag warnings. remains to be scene if the winds will be gusty enough. your weekend plans, what it means for the east bay hill tops is gusty conditions at times. the air is going to warm up as it heads toward sea level. look at this. if you're heading to santa cruz this weekend, we may see some upper 80s for this first weekend this fall. tonight, 40s and 50s around the bay area. just patches of low clouds mainly along the coast.
tomorrow, our high temperatures will start to climb and we will see 90s on the maps. they're going to stick around for a while unlike these short-term heat waves. san jose tomorrow, 87 degrees. san francisco, warming up nicely. 87 degrees. north bay, highs in the 80s and 90s tomorrow. tomorrow will be one of the cooler days in the seven-day forecast. for san jose, highs in the upper 90s, monday into tuesday and slow cooling in land, once we heat up, it's going to stay there until tuesday or wednesday. >> waited all year for summer to arrive, then fall. lawrence is here talking about changes at the top of the warriors organization. >> we've had highs and lows over the years and you look at his two separate stints to just last year when he became the nba's
all time winningest coach. he is trading with keith smart to start the season. with 1,333 victories. he has one year and 6 million remaining on his contract and should get it. 70 years old. may have seen his last days a a coach last season. 31 years as the head coach in the nba. ten and a half coaching the warriors and 14th season as a player with boston, the lakers and chicago. a training camp next week. the warriors expected to move forward with keith smart. smart, an obvious choice, filling in last year when nelson was recovering from a bout with pneumonia. now with an expected multiyear
deal taking the warriors into a new era with their new ownership. the giants taking ownership of the chicago cubs pitchers tonight with ten games left to play coming in, wrigley field, certainly the friendly complex tonight. just two views. on juan uribe. first, it's ryan dempster giving up this two-run shot to uribe, out of the ballpark. then, dempster pulled. uribe up. first man up will clear the bases. the grand slam. part of his six-rbi inning. this is an explosion of runs. right now, 13-0 in the ninth. colorado is playing now. if it holds, giants will be tied for the division lead to the end of the padres game where the san diego loses, the giants would have a half-game lead.
after the mitchell report, we didn't know when we'd see another season. odds were with a good like pujols or rodriguez. bau baughtist ta, the 26th guy in history to reach that mark. the san jose sharks are working in two new goal tend rs. we have the story from the tank. >> reporter: there was the time when his name was associated with pain and frustration for the sharks. >> i'm sure i said a lot of words toward them that weren't very nice. >>. >> reporter: but he is knew shark, the foe is now friend and all is right with the world? >> we didn't like him because he stopped us a lot. >> when i first came here, couple of first days, felt
funny, but i think i'm used to it. >> the sharks' loss could turn into their game one team later. >> he proves he can get it done. >> i'm excited to have him here and hope he repeats what he did last year. >> reporter: his new team is willing to get over what happened in the postseason, but there's one thing they can't overlook. miami is still waiting on his new helmet and pads, but for now, the players say not cool. >> we're not thrilled about that, but he promised it's going to be a couple of weeks. >> shooting on him, you have flash backs sometimes. oh, the red and white pads. it will be good when he gets other pads on. >> now, the work really begins. he joined them in a battle for playing time.
then maybe, he can hand that frustration to another team. finally, championship golf. the playoff finale worth 10 million bucks to the winner. phil mickelson is there and today, lefty showing up strong with two eagles in the span of four holes. watch this one on 12. he's three shots off the lead held by a trio all shooting a 4 under 66. the winner wins 10 million bucks. coming up, what al davis would say. rd.hard.l must go down and go >> is that kelsey grammar? in my wedding dress with the help of your amazing light soups. now we're adding even bigger pieces of white-meat chicken. oh, so when's the big day? oh, we got married years ago. but the point is, i fit in it.
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what were the facts? fact: march 7, 2000. brown asks voters for new mayoral power to appoint school board members. he gets it, and promises better schools. but the drop out rate increases...50%. the school budget goes into a 100 million dollar deficit. the schools become so bad...the state has to take them over. it was "largely a bust," he admitted. jerry brown. failure as governor. failure as mayor. failure we can't afford now.
coming up tonight, banking, buying, booking online. all protected by your passwords, right? wrong. the truth is, online criminals don't need your password to steal your identity. tonight at 11:00. a teenager's star turn on the runway during london's fashion week was memorable for all the wrong reasons.
mena porter, just 16 years old was strutting the heritage biker collection. yes, right you are, jessica. her high altitude hills took her down. she was trying to be a trooper. she limped away on one shoe. the designer is taking the blame, saying the shoes were o wrong size. >> i took that exact tumble on the way to the set today with the shoes i'm wearing. let's not blame that. >> believe me -- >> i'm sure somebody has. thanks for watching. we'll see you at 11:00. see you then. bye bye. [ bell rings ]
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