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>> and unassuming man who found himself in the writ place at the wrong time when woman jumped from the oakland coliseum. good evening. he says he's not a hero but he sure acted like one. first imploring the young woman not to jump then breaking her fall when she did. and he has the bruises to prove it. laura has the story. >> well, i'm not a hero. i mean i don't want -- i don't wear a batman suit or superman or these you know these characters. i just reacted the way i did. >>reporter: stockton man who tried to catch a woman who jumped from the third deck of the coliseum after yesterday raider game told abc 7 news he would do it again. >> she started to descend i braced myself to catch her. i was hoping i can when i caught her lock my arms around her so she could absorb the impact with me. but unfortunately she
hit and she bounced off. >>reporter: 61-year-old don ended up with severe bruising to his left arm but no serious injuries when the young woman he tried to catch landed knees first into his arms sending both of them to the pavement. what ran through his mind is don't let all the people see this. try to save her. try to stop it. >>reporter: it was just 15 minutes after the raider game at the coliseum. vietnam war veteran and raider season ticket holder he and pal were walking outside on concourse when they saw the woman grave feet above. she had crawled out on to a ledge. >> the training you 7 in the marine corps is, it's simultaneously. you didn't react. you uses do it. >>reporter: the raiders even sent a contingent that included legendary defensive back will brown to stockton to pay the man a visit. bring him a cash of team goodies. >> like football. playing defensive back. a guy running
the ball you don't think about how you are going to hit. you just hit him. you know. same thing. he didn't think about catching her. he just reacted. >> despite the efforts the young woman still sustained serious head injury and remains in critical condition at high land hospital in stockton, low pressure a thoip abc 7 news. >> president obama is in los angeles right now next leg of west coast political fundraising tour. here is air force one taking off late this afternoon from san francisco international. after a 6 hour stay in san francisco where he urged supporters to stick with him despite the lowest approval ratings of his presidency. we have team coverage of the president visit to the bay area tonight beginning with abc 7 news reporter vick lee. >> ♪ oh, >> her niece sang the national anthem. she told us later she was nervous singing before the president. but she had her
angel. >> i thought of my aunt betty entire time. only thing helped me hold it together. >> mr. obama speech focus on immigration. importance of a comprehensive reform package. heckler interrupted the president speech. >> i need your help. thousands of immigrant. >> that's exactly what we are talking about. that's why we are here. >> president please your executive order. >> mr. obama shot back with lecture on democracy. and so the easy way out is to try to yell and pretend like i can did something by violating our laws and what i'm proposing is the harder path which is to use our democratic processes. >>reporter: heckler was mr. hung student at san francisco state. he's also an undocumented immigrant from south korea. hung said he came here to listen to what the president was going to say about immigration reform. but he became disappointed when the president failed to mention anything about the plight of illegal immigrants.
>> 1.8 million undocumented immigrant family members are, have deported and 100,000 undocumented immigrant family members face deportation every single day. >>reporter: he feels immigration reform for undocumented immigrants is an urgent issue and the president can stop deportation by executive power. >> he can do it but he doesn't have political will. he doesn't have sympathy against us if he does he would stop deportation for all 11.5 million family members right now. >>reporter: the sibling met privately with mr. obama before the speech. vick lee, 7 news. >> president obama is expected to make millions for the democratic national committee with his fundraising swing through our state. abc 7 news reporter caroline tyler has that part of the story. >> doesn't matter to these fol folks that president obama popularity in the polls is sin sinking. reverend lawrence paid 5000 $to see him.
>> for me it was worth it. pass down to my children and my grandchildren. that i shook the hand and took a picture with the first african american president ever elected. >>reporter: tickets for this event at the jazz center were originally 1,000 to 15,000 dollars. but pre-sale lag organizers cut the lowest price to 500. which allowed clare to attend. >> some of us can't afford 1500 or 2000 dollars. this is a stretch but i'm very proud of him and big supporter. >>reporter: this is the president 9th fundraising trip to the bay area in the past 2 and a half years. money for the democratic national committee this appearance gives protestors visibility. >> obama we don't want no part of this drama. >>reporter: several dozen gathered outside the jazz center pressuring the president to say no to construction of
the keystone pipeline from canada to texas. some even took to the roof across the street. shouting through meg phone. >> choice here. you want healthy profit for the very top and stockholders or do you weren't a healthy citizenry. healthy environment. >>reporter: inside the center the president talked about the disaster health care roll out. >> this web site is going to get fixed. and we are going to be signing people up and we are going to make sure that everybody in california and everybody in america who needs health care will get it. >>reporter: as they left supporters lake giant ceo larry bear called the speech spectacular. >> san francisco and obama are pretty closely knit together. >>reporter: code pitching also among the protestors kept well behind the barricade. the president will you adoed to all the demonstrations saying that's par for the curse for san francisco. m the newsroom, abc 7 news. >> and when he arrived in the
bay area at 10:37 the president was greeted by a crowd of supporters at sfo. as mr. obama came down the stairs from air force one he medley recognized one of them. senator diane fine stichbility the president and sen tr which which theed for several minutes. he then moved on to greet the others gathered behind the rope line on the tarmac. >> rate here. wished everyone a happy thanksgiving and was very friendly and off he went. >> shook his hand it was great. >>reporter: afterward the president got no a black chevy suburban and headed out to his first stop in the bay area. again as i said he's now in los angeles finishing his california fundraising swing. >> moving on now. new development tonight in the case of 4 white students sues pen from san jose state. 3 of them charged with committing hate crimes against their black roommate. today the naacp joined a crowd of students on campus calling for felony charges against those young men involved. here's david lou. >> san jose state president
mohammad didn't apologies but acknowledged it took too long for lead investigators take action. >> our decision-making failed. as part of that i failed that student. and within that we failed all of our students. >>reporter: that wasn't enough for african american students and supporters. some of them raise their fist in protest similar to the statue over them of olympic medallist who raised their fist in protest at 68 mexico city games. >> last semester when proposing we were training our hardest to let you know that something was terribly wrong with the experience that african american students are having at san jose state. but you didn't want to hear us. >>reporter: many of the protesting students put tape over their mouth to under score how the voices aren't heard. the president says that dialogue has begun. however the naacp took on district attorney jeff rosen for charging the 3 white students with misdemeanor battery hate
crimes against the black roommate. >> it is very clear that if you put some type of device around somebody or harm that there should be felony charges. also the fact that he was barricaded in his ramp. he was made to do some things outside, forms of terrorism. >>reporter: rosen respondd with a statement quote while we understand the outrage of those calling for even stiffer charges in this case, the charges are not reflection of the degree of the racism. charges are a reflection of their criminal conduct. students express dismay. incidents weren't reported sooner. >> the fact this just went on and nobody said anything. nobody spoke up. nobody was going to help somebody out? when they get put down like that. it's just it's just flabbergasting. >>reporter: in san jose, abc 7 news. >> truck drivers are planning another work stoppage at the port of oakland on unanimous vote, 3 50 member port of oakland trucker association has decided to stop work at the port the day before thanksgiving this wednesday.
it's not clear how long the work stoppage will last. they are demanding an increase in hauling rates, the first in a decade and 50 dollar an hour congestion fee for having to wait hours on end to pick up the loads. they also want more time to comply with the new state regulations requiring them to reduce their emissions. that's something they claim will put 800 truckers out of work. >> we have more ahead tonight on 7 news here at 9:00. bay area company is ordered to stop selling dna kits. medical technology versus the right to know what is in your genes. >> also. huge tree knocked down by last week wind storm is still sitting at lake merritt but now it has another use. spencer is here with the forecast. >> yes. i'm here in the forecast center watching the moovlt of rain system that is going to come very close to the bay area on thanksgiving day but is it a wet day. answer in my forecast coming up. >> thanks spencer. in the movie humphrey boeing art called it a worthless fake.
developing news in oakland. police search for whoever opened fire on group of people tonight. 7 were shot. at least 5 people were transported to the hospital. this happened just after 6:00 o'clock. sky 7 hd was over the scene at 96th and olive street where the search for suspect was going on. police have not rae leased the conditions of any of the victims at this point but again 5 went to the hospital. our reporting continues writ now on twitter. follow us at this web site. >> the fda ordered mount vow base dna analysis company 23 and me to stop selling its main product. the fda says 23 and me does not have the appropriate authority though it has had plenty of time to get the clearance. heather has the story. >> most fda cleared consumer genetic test services screen for single disease. while 23 and me web site promises health
reports on more than 240 health conditions and traits direct to you for 99 dollars. today the fda made public a letter it sent to 23 and me friday ordering it to medley stop marketing the personal genome service or p gs because it doesn't have fda clearance or approval. is the p g f a medical did he advice. >> the fda said this kit is a medical did he advice which means it needs to be approved and needs to good through all the regulatory process and studies and that can take year years. >>reporter: the genome service claims it can assess risk for serious disease like breast cancer and alzheimer's. fda worries that false positive are as dangerous as false negative. fda thinks the genome service falls under the medical did he advice category because consumer could act on the result as diagnosis. not just prediction of risk. >> patient don't really know how to interpret the results of the test and don't understand
that it significant any if i risk and doesn't necessarily mane that you are going to get breast cancer or alzheimer's or any other kind of incurable condition. >>reporter: 23 and me issued a statement saying in part we recognize that we have not met the fda expectations regarding time line and communication regarding our submission relationship with the fda is extremely important to us and we are committed to fully engage with them to dress their concerns. lauren is the health policy advisor at practice fusion on line company providing services to medical practitioners and patients. >> in the next 15 days the company could do more collaborative work which is the recommendation from policy folk but they might also push the issue into a court case. >>reporter: heather, abc 7 news. >> that huge eucalyptus tremendous knocked down by last week wind storm has been transformed into oakland's newest playground. this is what the tree lacked like thursday morning. right. beautiful. this is what it looks like now. fierce wind
knocked that 100 foot tall tree writ down on its side. since then kids have been climbing and crawling all over this tree. it is so massive the root alone business 20 feet tall. look at the size of the root ball in relation to the size of the kids. give you some perspective. some parents have had to good up and rescue the kids because they were not able to get back down. the city says there is in time line to hall the tree away. but certainly a shame to see it go because it stood 100 feet tall by lake merritt it was beautiful. too bad. >> the air quality management district has declared a spare the air alert for tomorrow and spencer christian is here to explain why that's occurring and the forecast. >> we have had increase in particulate matter in the atmosphere air quality declining as you have mentioned we saw the haze today. we have a little haze left over tomorrow as well. second day in a row. no wood burning please. until the spare the air alert is lifeed. look at will live doppler 7hd we have mainly mostly clear skies tonight. there are high clouds
moving through the bay area. we have them throughout the day but it's mainly clear right no now. the here's our air quality condition for tomorrow. we expect poor air quality in the north bay and in other parts of the bay area moderate or medium at best once again no wood burning and spare the air alert. pop over to the other side of the country at weather conditions there. lots of people travel thanksgiving there's a major storm system brewing counsel in the south east here likely to affect most of the atlantic coast over the next few day so let's track the storm. start our forecast animation 5:00 o'clock tomorrow morning. this is going to be a big rain maker perhaps even a thunderstorm producer for much of the south east mid atlantic over the next 24 to 40 hours with snow falling hand the system away from coastal years. by wednesday working its way up through the northeast and new england affecting cities lick new york and boston but will mav quickly out of the u.s. by late wednesday rather so thursday thanksgiving day should be a dry day on the east coast but for people traveling in advance of thanksgiving may
problematic. here's a look at conditions here at home. live view from the exploring camera sky line of san francisco under mainly mostly clear skies. temperature readings of 55 degrees rate now in san francisco. upper 40's at oakland and redwood city. chilly there at san jose. half moon bay chilly temperatures in the mid upper 40's there. here's a leif view from emeryville looking out over the bay on mainly clear evening. temperature readings santa ros rosa, napa novato fairfield concord livermore in the 40's. low to mid 40's for the most part. one more live view at sfo and here's our listing forecast feature. it's chilly over nature with some high clouds. spare the air through tomorrow. chance of written for thanksgiving day. give you close-up look how great the chance is or not so great. satellite radar composite image. see we have 2 cold front headed in our direction. first front which is closing in on us now just pushing few high clouds through the area tomorrow the and wednesday. second cold front is the one that contains more moisture more energy and that brings us
a chance of rain on thanksgiving. start the forecast animation 11:00 o'clock tonight. system gets closer tomorrow then by wednesday we see quite increase in clouds and then by wednesday night and thursday morning excuse me we'll see rain brushing south bay starting down around monterey bay area and pushing northward a bit but will wind down before it advances across the entire bay area so south bay may get wet on thanksgiving day. resume not. overnight tonight. no wet weather but it's chilly in the inland valley where low pressure will drop in the mid upper 30's then tomorrow pleasant day. few high cloud. high pressure in the low to mid 60's. here's accu-weather 7 day forecast. thursday is the only day this week on which we have a chance of rain. that seems like rather slit chance right now. not a major rainstorm. just perhaps few wet spots down in the south bay and that's about it. rest of the forecast lacking nice and dry and mild. >> so our turkey day football game will be bone dry.
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>> statue of bird featured in the classic bird the maltese falcon sold at auction for 4 million dollars. 1941 film starred humphrey bogart as san francisco detective. the auction houses the 45 pound prop is one of only 2 known to exist. and the only one confirmed by warner brothers as having actually appeared in the
movie. it has a bent right tail feather damaged when actress lee patrick dropped it while handing it to bogart. winning bid phoned in but the person identity was not revealed. replica of the falcon is on display at johns grill in san francisco. >> well, 1 defers never satisfies. look who is a great grandfather? mick jagger's daughter jade tells the daily mirror that her daughter is pregnant. the gender not revealed but the baby is expected to arrive early next year. 70-year-old has been touring with the rolling stones for the past year for the band 50th anniversary. mick jagger fathered 7 children with 4 women. time is on his side. >> well another half hour of abc 7 news at 9:00 continues in just moments here. coming up. bay area woman and her son issue a plea to the government of north korea for the swift release of palo alto man. >> also triple threats. no.
>> good evening once again. family of palo alto man held in north korea speaking out tonight. want to know how he's doing. whether getting the heart medication that he needs and when he is coming home. that's the big question they want answered. abc news reporter bob has the story. >>reporter: it has been 30 days since lee new man last heard from mir really her
husband of 56 years. now she's breaking her silence. >> we just hope whatever that misunderstanding is will be resolved very quickly and that he can return and be at our table for the holidays. >>reporter: the new man family big question why was mir really arrested while all the other tourist with him were allowed to fly home. >> they checked out of the hotel. got to the airport. boarded the plane. and we understand 5 minutes from taking off when a korean official came aboard. asked to see his passport and he has been there ever since. >>reporter: mr. new man served in the crane war that remains a very sensitive topic in north korea. >> first time ever. >>reporter: i have report from there 5 times. always under tight supervision by a government person. >> i'm guided. >>reporter: we were encouraged to wendy burch film claiming
north korea won the war accus accusing some americans of war crime. we know other american vets traveled there without incident. so why would mr. new man be an exception. >> part of the pud's el. he wasn't breaking any new ground there. >>reporter: one of the family main concerns his heart condition. >> we want our grandfather, father and uncle and husband and friend returned to us as quickly as he can be. >>reporter: as for negotiations, the united states has no relationship with north korea. no ambassador. no diplomat. so we are really relying on the swedish ambassador to try to get him home by thanksgiving. abc new news, new york. >> getting home for thanksgiving will be very difficult for a lot of people in the condition try. winter storm blame for 10 death is threatening to make a mess of the holiday travel season for millions of people. nearly 300 flights were cancelled in and out of dallas ft. worth airport today because of the weather. some of the country busiest airport new york, washington,
d.c, philadelphia and boston could expect very big delay. look at this car wiping out in the snow. mix of snow sleet and freezing rain to parts of 4 states today including texas and kansas and it continues now to move east. >> report on the sandy hook ask massacre indicates no motive for the attack. but says the gunman adam lanza was obsessed with the 1999 columbine high school attack in colorado. report compiled by connecticut state attorney says lanza had significant mental health issues that affected his ability to live a normal life and interact withers is how those issues contributed to the shooting still unmostly clear. report says there is no indication why lanza chose sandy hook elementary other than it was close to his home. 20 students 6 adults killed in that massacre. took place on december 14th of last year as you recall. 10 days before
christmas. >> beyond the human tragedy of typhoon also serious concern about the variability. 2 and half years ago abc 7 news traveled to the philippines with bay area scientist. i reported the findings to you at that time in a special half hour program on abc 7. tonight assignment 7 report how the partnership developed on that expedition are now paying off today. long before the tie fan ripped through thehilippines,s the california academy of sciences was already working to protect this island nation traj ill habitat. now that effort is kicking in hay gear. >> awareness it created more pro found than anything i have in the philippines in 20 years. everybody is paying attention. >>reporter: in 2011 marine biologist terri led a team to the philippines. largest expedition in academy history. american and filipino scientist explored from the top of volcano to the bottom of the ocean. it will take years to
study everything they found but some of the research has already being put that action. just days after the typhoon hi hit, terri was back in the philippines invited by provincial government to talk about managing and protecting the coast line. >> it's really fundamentally important from the standpoint that healthy environment is going to help moderate storms like this typhoon. >>reporter: a lieutenant of the typhoon damage came from huge waves that swept through low lying communities. >> this is tied to climate at change and the future everyone sees and they have to be really ready and prepared for that. >>reporter: critical part of the preparation is keeping coral reef healthy and protecting man grove trees with extensive root systems along the shore. the trees and reeves act as buffer for the coast line with the energy storm surge but threat and by human activity. government leaders want to turn things around. >> this is really new territory and really exciting that they
have asked us to be their partner. >>reporter: academy research shows the benefit of creating large under water park where no fishing or human inference is allowed. they become nursery that remen issue the rest of the ocean. research also shows saving mountain rain forest directly affects the coral ree reef. forest hold in soil so it doesn't flow downstream in the ocean and cover the reef with silt. over the last year academy brought 5 filipino scientist to san francisco for training. approve hear at the university of the philippines, key partner with the academy in the protection of biodiversity. >> the knowledge. the instrument. the expertise that they bring in to help us by diversity is great. >>reporter: the reefs and forest are critical to the growing eco-tourism industry. one of the richest ecosystem anywhere in the world. and despite the typhoon destruction most of the country is still open for business.
>> now again mess of the popular tourist areas of the philippines were not damaged in this storm. and officials are hoping visitors will keep coming to boost the economy obviously and pay for the years of typhoon recovery that lie ahead. they need much help over the years. >> first san francisco. now "new york times"square. the bat kid latest mission.
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>> adventure of bat kid not over yet. the super hero busy today in new york city. 5-year-old miles scott who is in remission from leukemia stopped by good morning america to rescue singer pit bull from the joker. the pint size crusader had the whole country cheering when he saved san francisco earlier this month.
david muir now with the inside story of how that wish was pulled off. >> rare to meet a super hero but today we did. in a comic store of course. pint size boy with super size wish. diagnosed with will you chemoia at just 20 months at the time his parents were offered a wish from make a we shall. they revealed to us today they asked to wait. >> you thought you should wait. >> yes. we wanted him to be able to remember it an injoyt. >>reporter: make sure when the time came he would save or it. fast forward 5 make the wish. >> batman mask. >>reporter: we now learn while the family told to wait in san francisco hotel room there was a knock. >> batman knocked on the hotel door. came upholding a cost tomb and told miles put this on we have to good to work e-what we didn't know mom and dad nervous. >> we were worried because he is a shy boy. but he put on that suit an he's just lake let's go.
>>reporter: that's when the country met miles. thumb up bat mobile shy no more. shot from the sky. trailing bat kid. saving the day in san francisco. running through the streets. whole city was in on it. smiling faces lining office window. for blocks. so many signs from one bat fan to another. i believe in you bat kid. saving the damsel in distress. hug from her. he offers a pat on the back. from the mayor. >> thank you bat kid. >>reporter: bat kid suddenly realizing his power. just watch. and today we saw it for ourselves. the trademark confidence again. only 5-year-old super hero can pull off. the numbers? volunteers who made the wish come true, 16,000. city hall 20,000. number of bat kid tweet as of tonight? up to 675,000. and now with miles in remission his parents
have started the bat kid fund to help children like him? while we were there today suddenly a message beamed in from the police chief. >> please cape crusader we need you. and bring the bat kid. >>reporter: our time up. >> a little super hero. definitely. >>reporter: miles ever think it was all just a dream. headlines to proof it. david muir abc news new york. >> you go bat kid. bat kid adventure and original gotham city getting a lot of attention on our 7 news facebook page. 1,000 like and counting. you can get another look at bat kid san francisco adventure at facebook.com slash abc 7 news. if you convenient checked it out, do so. just grit stuff. >> coming up next on 7 news at 9:00. hormone that keeps men 9:00. hormone that keeps men faithful.
>> we are a month away from christmas tonight and the deck ateing season already in full bloom in australia. that's where can berry family tradition just set new record for the huge light display. the richards hung up 502,000 led lights that if strung end to end would stretch for more than 31 miles. the lights are all animated and synchronize to music. mr. richard says it taking weak to install. you can immanuel that's the case. all certified by the guinness book of world record. family says the real goal is to raise money for the study of sudden infant death syndrome. and learn a little bit more about the cause and how to present vice president it. that's a lot of work. >> well scientist and women everywhere have long wondered exactly what keeps a man from
straying with a stranger. researchers think they may have found a clue in objection towsen hormone released during interest may situation. it appears to boost men aatraction to the mate even when presented with pictures of other women. the her money linked to monogamy before but this study found the two 80's of the brain responsible for feelings of reward and pleasure lit up when the men saw the partner faces. the find rtion published in this week issue of the proceedings of the national academy of sciences. >> connect couple longest married in the u.s. is celebrating 81st wedding anniversary tonight. john and ann of fairfield say i do or said i do on november 25, 1932. he was 21. she was 17 at the time. and they have been happily married ever since. 81 years. they have 5 children. 14 grand children. and 16 great grandchildren. so what is the secret?
they say being surrounded by family has kept the bond strong and john says don't hold a grudge. for give each other and live accordingly. very nice sentiment. congratulationss to them. 81 years can you immanuel. poll psychiatrist for my voice i'm still getting over sick. >> you sound fine. must be a lot of that hormone in that relationship. here's live doppler 7hd image we have some high clouds manufacturing through the bay area. mainly mostly clear skies very please apartment evening around the bay area. we have a lovely day state wide up and down the state of california mainly sunny skies with just few high clouds here and there. high pressure from 60's up north and central low 70's down south and her in the bay area another lovely day coming our way as well. spare the air day poor air quality in parts of the north bay but over all lovely day. few high cloud. high pressure in the low mid 60's and tomorrow afternoon and that the evening event planner you might want to check out the oscillating of the snow flake
on market street right in front of the west field san francisco center. i'll mc that event as we kick off the holiday season. here's accu-weather 7 day forecast. we have mainly sunny mild day through 7 day period but chance of some light rain on thursday look lake it's mainly morning event and it may affect only the south bay. doesn't seem to be an area wide event certainly will not be a major rainstorm just few light spots. >> all right. something to be thankful for. >> absolutely. >> thanks very much. >> well the raiders and a's getting new leases to keep playing in oakland but the deal don't guarantee the team play at the coliseum for more than a few years. a's signed 2 year lease that will keep the team in oakland until the end of the 2015 season. the raiders made a similar commitment. for the first time since they returned to oakland the team insisted on a one year lease. coliseum officials are hopeful that's enough time to inca new stadium daily. oakland alameda couldn't officials meet next month to discuss the various
stadium prom equity. but rai raiders and a's staying put for immediate future. all right let's go on to sports. >> frainers. must win in the nation capitol tonight. pretty good effort. pretty good evident. trip to the nation capitol. just what the doctor ordered for san francisco. defense setting the tone. all defense setting the tone. all out si
>> come up at 11:00. i team exclusive. sentenced to death for killing 6 women last week, serial killer joseph mes o sits down with dan noyes one-on-one interview only here on 7 news. >> also giving hope to the countless women battling breast cancer. plan to get new potentially life saving treatment to patients much faster than ever before. those stories and more come up on 7 news at 11:00 over on channel 7. hope you can join us then. let's turn our attention to collin all the sports 49ers. cross account untry tonight and they got it done.
>> l 2 game losing streak. needed something. >> turn it around. >> yes cardinal right open the heel they needed this. statistics misleading. right. not in this case. when kaepernick is 13 for more than 150 yards on the season 49 remembers 6 and o. that includes tonight win over washington on monday night football the coach saying crabtree sunday against the ram and him back. kaepernick finds bolden at the goal lean. touch down but the lead was good for the psyche. they get after griffin the third. pressure by smith. terrible throw picked by dante. smith pile driving him into the turf. 10-6 niners in the half. manufacture to the third. cap and company fine ago rivtd im. great protection. rolling right. across the body back of the end zone. second of the game. 1 17-6. smith hadn't had a sack since week 3. 2 tonight. griffin corral 4 times total
late in the third. good punt return for michael instead of 5 play 39 yard drive. davis wide open on play action. cap 2 35 yard pass. 3 touch down. 27-6 the final exploratorium 2 game losing streak is over. they are now 7 and 4. >> we knew what type of game this was for us. we are riding -- writ in the hunt had to come out with a win. so that was come in and play tomorrow, our mantra. >> this was a good step for us in the right direction. >> man of few wore. reminder we have another edition of this tonight at 11:00 o'clock. mike one-on-one conversation with forty-niner tight end davis following the win over washington. that's at 11:00 o'clock over on abc 7 news. >> in 14 seasons with the raiders sebastian has had one season worst than what he is experiencing this year. in 2005 he connected on 66 percent of his kicks after missing 2
out of 6 yesterday in 4 point loss with tennessee 68 percent this season. should we blame january for the loss. how about the defense allowing the 6ment game winning drive? in time to look back though. raiders play in dallas on thanksgiving day. >> the normal first day of practice isn't going to be until wednesday and that's the day before the game so physically rested and healthy is a challenge and then the we are cramping all of our preparation really into about 2 and a half day window. the key is focusing in on the rep you get. walk through type of rep so that you can execute on thursday. >> as bad as cal football was this season maybe cal basketball will be equally as good. first round of the invitational. mike montgomery and rest of the coaches pose with surfboard they will never use. 2 point game at half. dunk fest against arkansas in the second half. richard solomon 1 hand oop. that's
bird 15 points knock down 3 triple. solomon the duck in. then 2 handed. big fella on the defensiveen. block start the break. the throw behind. solomon another big dunk. david crab improved dramatically. tip jam team high 19 point 15 board they win. 5 and o. stanford brooklyn for the legend classi classic. josh power dunk how soon minute later dwight powell job step 2 of the 20. cardinal on defense letting the man go baseline. take advantage. brown joined powell with 20 points. im paragraph v-1 8 86-76. riding 3 game losing streak and with 4 game road trip on hot rise this is the last thing the warriors needed. center andrew bogus suspended for one gym for role in this with the blazers saturday nigh night. won't my tomorrow night in new orleans. dream will play but fainted 20,000 $for
getting in the middle of this melee. portland jolie was in there williams. aldridge and matthews. reaction from the team today in video provided to us by the warriors. >> not happy with it. but you have to accept it. move on. >> i don't think we expected it but pities what it is and you have to good two on the road on the good foot. >> kobe going back on the court. lakers still belief in him. obviously signed him to two year contract extension with reported 48 and half million dollars meaning he will remain the nba highest paid player. >> that will get you off the bench amazing that kind of money motivate you to heal up pretty quick. >> that's this edition of 7 news for all of us here, i'm dan ashley. thanks for watching. appreciate you are a time. see you at 11:00 time. see you at 11:00 o'clock.