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30th. >> six people on board. all men. of course the commander is mark kelly. he is the husband of arizona congresswoman, gabrielle giffords and the terrible shooting accident we reported on. a gunshot wound to the head. one of her close friends the congresswoman debby schultz. you had a chance to talk to her in the not too distant past. how is she doing? >> very well. i was with her a week ago friday. she was able to spend time out of the hospital. spent the weekend with mark. you know, we had dinner out. it was really, really wonderful. she's making tremendous progress. this is, you know, just an emotional day. really happy that she's able to be there to watch mark launch
like she always does. she'll be there to watch him land as well. it's just -- i'm really happy and proud for both of them. >> do you know if she'll be able to communicate with him during the mission? >> yes. she'll be able to talk to him by phone. he's able to communicate by e-mail and send her messages. yes. >> thank you so much for joining us. we are all watching and keeping aur fingers crossed for a safe and successful mission. we are going to have a wrap-up on the nbc news. this hannan nbc special report. good monday morning to you. today in the bay continues travel across the bay area this morning. wanted to make sure you got to see the special report this morning. the space shuttle "endeavour" making the final launch.
we are waking up here at jack london square. not too far from the port of oakland and chabot science and space museum. bob redell is up there. it will be interesting to see what he has to say about the space shuttle launch. now, we want a check at the forecast with christina loren. good morning. >> good morning. it sounds like the winds are picking up this morning. that is going to be the case. showers we are seeing now are very, very light. spotty in nature. they will become more intense. we are going to break down the forecast in a minute. grab the umbrella if you are leaving now. it's 6:02 with mike inouye. good morning, mike. >> good morning. we'll show you the maze and the approach to the bay bridge. it's all right. i want to give you an update from the other side of the water, first. eastbound 80 at 7th street. chp says they can't find the big
rig roll over. we are also following an approach to the toll plaza. we see the volume bumping up as we expect at the 6:00 hour. no headlights. back to you, laura. i'll update throughout the morning. >> thank you very much. we have an update this morning on a group of teachers that are headed to sacramento. this is as the governor prepared to outline his revised budget plan, a plan that includes big revisions for education. so many people watching, we want to check in with christie smith and the details of the budget. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. the bus leaves in 30 minutes. it's already here. these folks are fresh off an education summit. they are going to bring their ideas from that to sacramento. it comes the same day the governor unveils the revised budget. school districts across the
state are wondering how much they will get to stay afloat. half the budget goes to education. lawmakers are stumped on how to close the budget short fall. they can't agree on whether to call an election to extend temporary taxes. the twist is that tax receipts are $2.5 billion ahead of expectations. some believe that this could hurt the governor's push for a tax increase. meantime, schools are in limbo. yesterday was the deadline for teachers to get formal notice they may not have a job in 2012. they have to submit a balanced budget by june 30th, schools do. they are doing it with a vague idea of how much money they will have to work with. the bus leaves at 6:30 this morning. we are going to run over there and try to talk to folks before they take up to see what they have to say. reporting live in san jose, christie smith, today in the bay. >> exlegitimate.
now, for a look at the rest of the news for the day with marla tellez. good morning. >> good morning to you at home. 6:04 now. one person is dead from an overnight shooting in oakland. police found the body at 10:00 near 66th street. police have not said if they have suspects. we have new information about a deadly weekend shooting that killed two men and injured another in san francisco. the chronicle reports the triple shooting happened during a fight at a birthday party saturday night. a man was beaten up by four men when the victim's friend fired warning shots into the air. witnesses say that prompted others to fire back. when police arrived, they found one man shot dead in the street and another in a courtyard. medical marijuana businesses are making a lot of money for san jose as the city gets ready
to close most of them. a 7% tax on sales paid out $290,000 during march. right now, there are 100 pot clubs. the city voted to cut the number to ten. san jose is dealing with $115 million deficit. at 6:06 let's head back out to oakland where laura joins us. good morning. >> good morning to you. we are at jack london square. we have entertainment, food and music. i want to take you to a gem on top of the hill the chabot science museum. we watched shuttle "endeavors" final launch. bob redell is up there. >> up here at chabot space and science center. we are watching nasa's coverage,
the final launch of "endeavour." you follow science more than the average joe, what is the significance of this launch? >> it's the end of an area. we have heard about it since the early '70s. it's the end of our, you know, heavy lifting capability for certain things. it's not the end of the mission of space expert. >> they are lifting what at this time? a $2 billion experiment. >> they have an instrument that's going to look for particles, cosmic rays and maybe tell us about this mysterious dark matter that is in the universe. >> i'm curious what your thoughts are. this is the second to last shuttle launch, the last one for "endeavour" do you think this is the right time for it to end or is it too late? >> it's an ageing fleet. they are not making new ones. i think we need to get working
on the next lifting capability. the next spacecraft to put astronauts and equipment into space. >> the fact there isn't something there to launch there's going to be a gap. from an educators point of view, is it a lost opportunity for a kid to get interested? there's got to be a few that make a career out science when they see that. >> definitely. but there's plenty of science going on with robotic missions, relatively inexpensive probes throughout the solar system. there's plenty of opportunity in the science program. >> later in the exhibit beyond blast off, you can see the capsule behind me. a capsule just like this is attached to the space station right now. if there's a problem, this is
what they use to escape. we have a toilet from the mirror station. you do not want to miss that one. >> very interesting. all right. let's bring back the mission to mars, bob. what do you say? thank you very much. we are live at jack london square. the sun is coming up. >> good morning to you. the sun is coming out. it's not going to last long. nobody teases a toilet like bob redell. we have showers coming down around the north bay. i'm looking at the live pictures. we have pictures across the bay area coming in. we are seeing sunshine. by 11:00 a.m., rain is more steady, pushing into the area. tonight, moderate to heavy rain moves in. we are not done by any means. let's talk about the future cast. at noon, you can see the greater
bay area getting lighter rainfall as you take your lunch break. as you make your way home from work, we could see thunderstorms develop later on today. over all, not a good day to be outdoors. more rain on the way at 5:00 a.m. dealing with scattered shower activity. finally, a break on the way toward the end of the week. when and how long it will be until we see the 70s, once again. they are on the forecast map coming up at 6:10. >> the big news is more slowing for highway 4. basically l street, horizon street is where it's the lowest. slowing from a or hill crest to loveridge. it's a typical pattern through antioch. pittsburg is looking better than we expect on a monday. 580 itself increased slowing. under where it says 580, we have reports of an accident at the
airport. westbound 580 on the shoulder that involves a big rig. westbound in that commute direction, we track that and increased slowing. as you make your way to the san mateo bridge, it's moving smoothly. the san mateo bridge itself shows the haze. look to the left side of your screen. you see some puddles left over from overnight rains. there's more coming up this morning so we are going to follow that. no major problems as a result of the weather, just more cars keeping us company. back to you. >> there are perks to being out here in the cold this morning. take a look at the the spread we have. oakland is a destination for the great eateries they have around here. we are going to talk to folks about this and some of the great places you can visit here. we are live out here at jack london square. we are giving away tis to to prince's surprise concert
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welcome back, everyone. i'm laura garcia-cannon. we are coming to you live this morning from oakland as the tour across the bay continues. we are at jack london square, home to the greatest eateries in town. i'm joined by the general manager of the waterfront hotel. thanks for joining us this morning. >> good morning. it's great to be here. beautiful day. >> lots of exciting things going on here. >> we founded the oakland restaurant association to bring awareness of oakland's restaurant scene. it's to get great around the country. kincaids, scotts, yoshi's is
down here. there are a lot of great restaurants that opened up in oakland. >> the jam house is down the street. tony joins us with the great dishes. >> good morning. >> good morning. you are going to warm us up with the great food you have. >> we have three restaurants represent i represe representing food this morning. barbecue pork. citrus salad and jambalaya, clams, shrimp, scallops. so, all really good. very innovative. definitely come to oakland. >> you mentioned so many restaurants out here. you can come every week down here. >> plus, we have a lot of great events coming up. we have an east bay food fight.
it's an iron chef type competition and eat real festival that brings in 100,000 people. that's the culmonation. >> a lot to celebrate and a lot to eat. we are going to cover the rest of the day's news with you with marla back in studio. >> good morning. it's 6:16. this morning, a man is fighting for his life after falling 30 feet at a house party while watching the bay to breakers race. the 30-year-old man fell around noon yesterday from the roof of a second floor bay window. it's unclear if this man had been drinking. police say they arrested 25 people along the race route for public intoxication. officers removed one float from the course. other than that, the race was
mild compared to years past. 6:16 now. there's a break in the rain for us, but the rain is on the way, is that right? >> yeah. early risers, if you are joining us now, you are getting the best of the weather for today. right now, we are seeing a break. sunshine over the bay. by 11:00 a.m., the steady rain pushes in and lasts throughout the evening and into tonight. we could see maybe a half inch or better in the north bay. this is what we are looking at in terms of the forecast. the temperatures on the cool side. 47 degrees in napa. 45 in gilroy. if you are headed to the city by 8:00 a.m., 52 degrees, breezy conditions. the breeze picks up first as the unstable air mass pushes into the area. we see a little sunshine at 8:00 a.m. noon when the steady rain arrives. it will start light. 55 as you break for lunch in the
city. by 4:00 p.m., moderate pockets of rain across the area. 59 degrees. not that warm. you won't need the winter coat for long. as we head through the end of the week, the sunshine and 70s, again. here is the temperature elsewhere. 60 degrees in oakland where laura garcia-cannon is this morning. 60 degrees in san jose. seven day outlook, finally, a break from the rain. clearing thursday and friday. the weekend 70s, sunshine. spring-like weather will be back. we picked up an inch of snow in mt. hamilton. laura, how cold are you this morning? >> my hands are cold. cold hands, warm heart. certainly the case out here. we received a warm reception from the good folks at oakland this morning. they are huge in the music scene, contributing to rock,
rap, r & b, you name it. in fact, you may remember this group, tony, tony, tony from the '80s. take a listen. ♪ >> yeah, they are just one of the lengthy lists of artists who call the city home. they broke into the scene in the late '80s. dwayne wiggins, a founding member along with his younger brother. they left the band in '96 after they produced their left studio album. wiggins has been on the road again. they have been touring since the two '90s. now, two sons have emerged. they are here braving the cold. thank you very joining us. >> good morning.
>> it's great to see you. >> it's great to be seen. >> it's fabulous what you are doing. you continue with the music world and train so many kids along the way. >> it's part of giving back to the community. my son is part of this band, pop life, but this is our third time playing for walk to end poverty. this is the sixth annual. >> yeah, that's the event we were talking about earlier happening. you can sign up for that. they are entertaining the crowds there. >> they are the entertainment through the whole section. >> how long ago did you put the group together and how did you compile it? >> dylan, my son, which is your son. weaf your hand. >> okay. touch your toes. no.
that's jayden on the bass. denzel on the drums. dylan on the guitar. >> these kids are good. >> they put it together on their own. they came to the house and we had a lot of live instruments. the band just happened on its own, you know. it's god's blessing. >> they are very blessed these kids. they are fantastic. >> being able to -- they tour a lot. they do a lot of things community wise. they do a lot of shows. if you ask them, they have to try to keep their grades up to par. that's a lot of work in between them doing shows at night and being up this early in the morning. then from right here, they go straight to school. >> it's fabulous. it's great. they are great training behind them. you gonna play a little something for us?
welcome back. it's 6:25. a look at the south bay where northbound 101 is starting to show the slowdown. we have the speed indicating 66. it dips down into the 50s at the construction zone. getting off or on to northbound 101, north of the highway. a dead body was found in that area. now, police are handing out fly fliers to get more information.
a slow down, get the information and help them out if you can at all. the peninsula moves smoothly. 101 getting into the city. we end with the bay bridge toll plaza. the back up is forming. the metering lights are on. back to you. >> thank you, mike. 6:26. riders of the tour of california are hoping mother nature will cooperate this morning. they had to cancel the start for the first time in history. this is what it looked like at kings run where it snowed much of the day. it's expected to start at squaw valley and ending in southern california. more trouble for the play book. scott mcgrew has more tech news.
>> they have to recall 1,000 play books for flaws. 1,000 is not many. you know how many ipads have been recalled? 1,000 less than that. we know there are 15 million ipads in the world. the hollywood reporter reporting this morning that hulu, the online tv service shall live for several more years. it reached the deals it needs to. long term contracts to keep nbc, fox and abc on the service. yahoo! investors wondering how they are being treated by a chinese country. the fact yahoo! is a big investor propped up their stock. confusion over their actions lately, whether the company is being straight forward with yahoo! sent their shares in a tail spin. shares were not that hot to begin with. a lot of pressure on wall
street. more unrest in the middle east. as you have been reporting, the arrest of the imf. back to you. >> a lot going on this morning. we are watching it all. thank you very much. we are live at jack london square, part of the tour across the bay. we are waking up in oakland. we are also giving away great tickets to a surprise concert by prince. thursday and saturday at the hp
come on out, you may get a chance to win. our may around thebaytourcontinuesthismorning. we arewakeingupinoakland. jacklondonsqua jacklondonsquare. good morning to you. i'm laura garcia-cannon. thanks so much for joining us this morning. we are not far from the port of oakland. the chabot science museum. we are going live in a matter of minutes. first, a look at the forecast. hoping for a warm up, but i know
rain is in the works. >> i love this. nobody does spirit fingers like you. good morning. later this week, down right perfect weather will set up. this morning, showers out there. if you need to get outside, i'll help you plan the day hour-by-hour. 6:31, i bet there's something happening on the roads this morning, mike. >> good morning. it's getting crowded. things are happening at the bay bridge toll plaza. the back up, after the metering lights turned on. earlier than we expected for a monday. slow once you come off the berkeley curve. a live look with the chopper. 101 near hospital curve, they are getting more crowded on the peninsula. no major slowing. i have something to report including the kitchen sink. now, back to you. >> everybody but the kitchen sink, you would think.
thank you, mike. wefr following the days news this morning. we have more on bryan stow. you'll recall he was beaten after a dodgers game. he's been in los angeles but he's coming back to the bay area. we have more on his condition. >> bryan stow should be in the bay area after noon today. he'll be taken to sf general. doctors removed him from his medically endeuced coma a week ago. he remains unconscious. he's been able to open his eyes. stow was attacked in the parking lot of dodgers stadium more than six weeks ago. police hold a news conference with an update on the investigation. officers have identified persons of interest in the attack. while they look for the attacker, their pain has been eased by the love and support
they received from people in l.a. >> we have made lifelong friends. thank you doesn't say enough how much we appreciate you. he will never be forgotten. this is truly the city of angels. bryan has been blessed with the most amazing medical staff. >> stow says the family is prepared for a different bryan stow. recovery usually takes a year to recover and everything might not be the same. his parents are back in the bay area. i'm damian trujillo, back to you. >> we hope that he continues to recover well. thank you very much. for a look at the rest of the day's news we want to check in with marla tellez. good morning. >> good morning to you. six young men will be in a san francisco courtroom to answer
charges of a shooting death of a tourist. she was visiting san francisco to celebrate her 25th wedding anniversary when she was gunned down. police officers say she was an innocent bystander caught in the cross fire of rival gang members. two other people were hurt in the shooting. some bay area counties are seeing a rise in a childhood infectious disease. 13 reported cases of measles. health officials say the increase is due to travelers who visited countries in europe, africa and asia where there are largeout breaks. if you plan on traveling abroad or expecting international visitors to make sure their vaccinations are up to date.
a walnut creek first grader with a knack or chess is a national champion. he won all seven games in a chess championship held in dallas. i love that picture. he looks so proud, as he should be. he is the only first grader to win the state and national championships in the same year for his division. he started playing the game when he was 3 years old. he's taking classes at berkeley's chess school. time to check in with laura. she is live at jack london square. how you doing? >> i'm doing great. a group of teachers are headed to sacramento this morning as the governor tries to revise the budget plan. a big part is education. christie smith is following that part of the story for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. what incredible timing they
have. these are parents and teachers. they just got here and are about to board the two buses to sacramento. the state capital, about 90 of them. they are talking about education on the day the governor unveils his budget. it will affect education. here with me is renee ramirez with the silicon valley education foundation. good morning. leading up to this, you held a forum to get ideas from people, how they were feeling about this. you are going to go to the capitol and give lawmakers a chance to hear what people are talking ability. ha are they saying? >> the community is concerned about the state of education overall. people are most concerned about how it's impacting their students, their children. mostly concerned about layoffs and teachers being cut. school counselors being cut and how students are going to be moving forward without those type of resources. >> reporter: this comes at the same time lawmakers are
undecided about the tax extensions. do people have a feeling about that or kind of, sort of giving a picture of you make this decision, this is how it affects us on the ground level. >> that's what it is. they want to voice concerns and let legislatures know how it's impacting the students on the ground. >> reporter: thank you very much. looks like they are taking off maybe in -- well, they are boarding the buses now. thanks for talking with us this morning. that's the latest here. live in san jose, christie smith, today in the bay. >> thank you very much. we are live here in oakland this morning. coming up, we are going to talk to the oakland mayor. she got back from a trip to asia talking about trade. we are going to talk imports, exports and why she loves to call oakland home. >> it's a hard woman to get. can't wait for that interview. good morning to you. we are looking good as far as
the weather headlines go. a few showers later on. steady rain later today. moderate rain at times. thunderstorms could rumble in later on. we are going to clear out by the middle of the week. wet, windy days for the next couple days. after that, you will enjoy the sunshine and the 70s we have for you for the end of the week. as you can see, a few spotty showers. nothing significant on the doppler. come noon, it changes. light scattered showers across the bay area. they continue to push in throughout the day. no stop until 7:00 p.m. when the moderate rain comes in. clearing between 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. the activity is more spotty. there's another round of rain on the way for tomorrow. we'll talk about that coming up. 44 degrees in livermore. turning to 62 degrees. 60 in concord, 60 in oakland. the extended forecast is moments away. stay tuned for that.
6:38. mike, how does it look out there, sir. >> as you might expect, it's slow. we have the incident on the shoulder here, westbound 580 making things slower. a big rig and another car got into an accident. slowing approaching the livermore airport. 26 minute drive out of the altamont pass. i usually have everything but the kitchen sink. two lanes are blocked, the two middle lanes reports of a large fiberglass sink. maybe not a kitchen sink. it was nice for the metaphor. you will see slowing. time is not reflecting issues. the bay bridge live shot out there with the chopper shows the back up at the metering lights. it's toward west grand avenue then smooth once you get through this and pay your toll. back to you. >> all right. looks like things are picking up
i'm laura garcia-cannon. we are coming to you live all morning long from jack london square in oakland. a city that is bustling and a city with a brand-new mayor, just back from a tour of asia. we are joined by oakland mayor. doing great, how are you? >> i'm a little cold. >> that's okay. a lot going on in your city. i was just mentioning, you returned from a trip to asia. i understand you took some of our wine. >> you know, oakland has six wineries and the "huffington post" proclaims oakland is wine country because many good wines are made in urban areas. oakland has at least six. they are serving wines from other wineries. yes, we took at least four of the six wineries products to china with us. we gave them as gifts. we joined them at the hong kong
expo, which is the big food expo in asia. we served them in a reception at the california vintage bar in hong kong. >> very nice. hoping to improve relations there as well and get money coming in. the city itself had budgetary problems. you had to close libraries. >> not yet. >> are you going to? >> i'm hoping under the worst case scenario, if we don't get contributions from employees, i'm hoping we will, the unions are negotiating including police and fire whose contracts are up. they did not contribute to their pension last time were all at the table. if this city council puts a partial tax on the ballot, we could come through this with relatively lesser and less harmful cuts. >> you are trying to work with the unions. are we going to face a lot of
unpaid days off for city workers? >> that would be up to the unions. what we need back from everyone is 10%. it's more difficult to do with some employees than others. we would like to do it in a way they be treated like vacation days so we don't have to close down the city and they will choose their own furlough days. >> it's a tough economy. oakland had rising crime rates as well. >> we haven't had rising crime rates. >> had is what i said. >> they have been going down. >> that's what i mean, had. you are making a difference. how do you keep inching away at that. >> obviously, with the economy getting worse, there's an unemployment rate of 20% in some neighborhoods. with less programs that deal with young people, a lot of programs that deal with young people are being cut in the schools. these are probably the worst budgets schools faced in several
decades. i used to be a school board member. oakland, like other cities in the states laid off hundreds of teachers. that means the programs that go with the teachers are cut. >> it's tough. the youth have to direct them as well. >> we are doing our best. we try a balance. i just came back last month from detroit. in detroit, instead of putting kids in prison, they turn them over to community agencies. the community agencies are motivated to keep the kids from having to be locked up. locking up a kid costs a lot of money. in california, sending someone to cyi costs the same as an ivy league school. what impressed me about what was happening in michigan is it's 18%. here in california it is 80%. 80% of our kids are in trouble with the law again.
many michigan 18%. we need to look at that. >> are you happy you took the job? it's a big one to tackle? >> i say it's rewarding. you know, i have wanted to make certain kinds of changing an to be able to make the decisions that make the changes. being mayor has been challenging but rewarding. >> good for you. good for you. congratulations to you. thanks for joining us out here early this morning. >> enjoying our beautiful jack london square. >> you can't beat it. hoping for a warm up. the rain is on the way. >> it will still be nice enough to ride. >> such the mayor. such the mayor. thank you very much. we know she loves the city here as well. where are we headed next? a lot more coming up here on today in the bay. right now, i want to check the rest of the day's news with
marla tellez. >> good morning. it's 6:47. >> good morning. it's 6:47. here o stories t on 8th and f streets officers found a 34-year-old shot several times. the union city man received treatment for his juries, but later died. anyone withepsbon pr 31k to hi police. pg&e is testing hour today. crews will fill a sa of pipe with water and pressurize it to a higher level than normal. rain6e?s in it to a higher level than normal. rain6e?s in safe. it started at 5:00 this morning and will run until 3:00 in the afternoon. get ready for more rain in the forecast. christina joins us with a look at the forecast. good morning. >> good morning. yes, more unfortunately, the start of this workweek is going to be cool, wet and windy.
by the end of the week. 70s, sunshine. we are looking toward the light at the end of the tunnel. this morning, not much light coming through. the deep clouds out there. watch for spotty activity ramping up now. in the north bay, showers coming from the south. it will intensify, becoming steady across the entire bay area. we'll take you through the hour-by-hour forecast. 45 in santa rosa. by onj byú-sole of sunshine.w the front is on the way.floodin time. the rain intensifies by noon and 7:00 p.m. moderate showers at times. potential for flooding. also thunderstorms certainly a fternoon.derstorms certainly a we havefa we havefa
mass. the temperatures, unfortunately are not that warm. 62 in santa rosa. 59 degrees in san francisco. 62 in fairfield. showers intensify overnight. then they turn more scattered and showery for tomorrow morning and the rest of your tuesday. this is what we are looking at. heavy periods of rain. tonight, spotty, clearing for wednesday. >> th a few showers. ?6 i bet it's looking good to you right now, laura. >> that is looking fine, my friend. we don't need the spotty showers at least not in the morning. let's give it to the spac folks. thanks so much. we are live at jack london square, one of the many spots. different gems in the bay area including the chabot science and space museum. it's where bob redell joins us
live. good morning. >> bcingaffil laura. we are top this place is a planetarium. they have three observatories here.iqxi education center. thisb2 smithsonian affiliate. here.iqxi education center. thisb2 smithsonian affiliate. a main goal about science and get people l. alexander whistler is the ceo and director. we were speaking act your concerns with science education in this country. likeqú#etries. you said your recent visit to lockheed martin in the south bay. >> what i when i walked through look heed, everyone looked like me, old white guys. we have to get kids fired up about science the way my generation was around the space missions and apollo. we have a great opportunity now. we have a great challenge in fronlt of us in terms of global warming. we are going to get kids fired
up. >> we were the country that sent the man to the moon first. >> yes. >> what happened along the way since then, do you think? >> we continue to number oneó& coun in the world. ve have of wg and innovation here. we need to stay sharp. i mean the president said, it's a high priority as us as a country to invest in the next veneration of science, technology, engineering and math. it's alexande people think of us as an oakland place. it's a bay area place. we welcome folks from all over. thank you alexander. beyond blast off. this gives a sense of what life is like in space. especially for those who took off an hour ago. ben is one of the astronomers. this is actually similar to what is attached to the space station
they do it. you go to chabot space -- no, chabotspace.org for more information. they have fundwoex ts here. the observatory until dusk. laura. >> all right. a little bit of everything from bob redell. thank you so much. a lot more not that long ago, many families were priced out of an overheated housing market. but the times have changed. get the facts at remax.com. it's a great place to see all the listings in thousands of cities and towns. with lots of houses to chose from
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welcome back. it's 6:56. a good deal of slowing into livermore. 27 minutes coming up on the slowdown. a live look at sunol. slowing into this area out of pleasanton. clear out of fremont. the bay bridge toll plaza, shield your eyes. watch the eyes. be careful. >> be careful, the sun will come out tomorrow as well. there's an end to the big fight of who is going to own the new york stock change this morning. nasdaq is going to give up an
$11 billion takeover attempt after figuring the justice department would never allow it to happen. it will go to deutsche, a german company. meanwhile, laura has been out in oakland this morning. >> jack london square. good morning. >> that's right. this is one of our many stops. bob redell is live at the science and space museum. where are we headed, bob? >> i have no idea. we figured we would throw a star ticker. i'm going to flick this. three, two, where did it end up. looks like that's nas alameda. i believe we are going to alameda tomorrow. >> fantastic. it's a big ship. they have a pinball museum downtown on webster, i believe. i better get a move on. good thing i'm not too far.