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to-face time but it doesn't seem like that is necessarily and for to see it now right now which you are looking at turf is the seat i you negotiators. they do not have a conference room big enough for them. but they did tell us that there are down to just a couple of issues which they hope to get worse start any minute. >> (cheers & applause) are only two proposals left for our union that need to be resolved. if you can get it done by 6:00 we will as well creek >> reporter: coming down to
work rules and safety so we will see what happened and we have new news to report we will bring it to you. >> catherine: thank you dan. >> catherine: the word of new bart talks is good news.. but for commuters - the bad news is right here, right now. thousands of workers are back in the afternoon traffic --trying to get home. kron 4's justine waldman is in san francisco at one of the most congested intersections. >> catherine: she has been at fifth and bryant which is a really bad spot we would check and adjusting all little later. charles clifford is life charles are you there? yes i am. long live of people waiting to catch the
bus. long live the cecil all round the corner is waiting to get into the terminal cancer catch a over at the casual car pooling that is where people are sharing cars to get back and forth. i went in to get on that a.c. transit buses which is the only record, best bus service. bart shuttle buses rented by bart and a lot of angry people for commuters and students are upset about what happened tonight. safe bart that a lot of bay area >> i do not have a job rainout i am trying to get the school as far as brian to school it is unknowing.
unknowing >> catherine: had churros we are hearing that some people are saying today's traffic was worse than it was on friday. are you hearing that? >> reporter: i will agree with that. the evening commute is also a little bit longer that it was on friday. >> reporter: there was a lot of congestion especially getting out of san francisco. culling things are not as bad as even i expected. look that the right hand corner of the screen heading some of san
francisco is pretty lights right now a serious here at the san mateo bridge the highway 92 ride is a little sluggish >> reporter: commutes by the sampras's go, this is key. as we slide over to the east bank check out highway 24 ride. interstate 80 not so bad, even 880. the bride here is not too bad. you are not affected by bart but you will see sloan on the south bay. we will keep a close
eye on how things are an update you as the evening progresses. i still think we will see mama a lot more heavy traffic. >> catherine: >> reporter: several new details about the accident that occurred over the accident occurred, including how fast the the train was going. and training at the helm of that bart train went that accident happened. less lookism video from that scene. we do know that there were six employees we also know that there was video
taken on the train when the accident happened. >> reporter: as far as how fast the train was going it was anywhere from 6 d to 70 mi. per hour in their investigation is just getting on the way right now. and very long and tedious process. >> nothing is not looked at or i can't say right now, as the focus is at the first full day that we've had today. tonight i will get more and permission and information on the inspections on the equipment. it is very glenn p m. very borrow. barry lynn
>> to individuals working in that area completing an inspection. >> two of us will exit the train at this time brett >> i have a per cent down on the side of the track way. >> mom about one body in the middle of the trek way. >> the have a second victim belt are deceased. we had a second dip down >> reporter: >> catherine: figure out what led up to the accident saturday hit and killed by a train
in >> catherine: two people are dead after a shooting at a nevada middle school. police say the shooter is a student who killed himself before it was all over. shannon travis tells us what happened. >> reporter:shots rang out just after 7 a-m local time at a middle school in sparks, nevada-- just outside of reno. police say a student opened fire inside the school. >>the teacher was trying to make him put it down, but he took the shot right then and there. i tried to tell everyone this is happening, and we need to just go >>he walked up to a teacher and says back up, the teacher backs up, and he pulls the trigger. >> reporter:authorities say the student gunman is dead. but won't say exactly how he died. two other students were also shot. officials say one is in fair condition while the other is now in serious condition. >>upon arrival there were two students that were injured. there was a staff member that is deceased and
also the suspect is deceased as well upon arrival. >> reporter:police believe the shooter acted alone and the rest of community is no longer in danger. >> reporter:but parents were still outraged over how the school handled the incident. some say they should have notified them sooner. >>the school, i feel should have alerted the parents a lot sooner, saying this is what's going on our kids called us, they're not supposed to have cell phones in school, but they called us before anybody else did. right now-- authorities have not released the identity of the shooter or a possible motive. i'm shannon travis reporting. coming up. >> catherine: >> catherine: what sparked this sideline brawl.that put the 49ers coach in a very uncomfortable situation. then -- why the president of the united states.is in damage control mode. but first. a 4-year-old girl is rescued. now authorities need help in getting her home.
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their cookie. kathryn >> catherine: i am here with george at least at the moment it is not too terrible picked it could be a lot worse >> reporter: where it was a lot worse earlier. all that traffic coming in an earlier had to go somewhere. thankfully it is already out of the way. take a look at the bay bridge and the right middle portion of the screen that is how like the traffic is accenting the city at the bay bridge. the san mateo bridge, this is the command coming home from foster city. its sluggish but still moves well. 18 minutes not
out to treasure island. 280 is not backed north bound eastbound 24 is still sluggish as you had out to walnut creek at the 68024 interchange. here in the lower portion of the peninsula peak 880 ride is contentious particularly heavy. and completely oblivious to what has been going on here in the bank and all of the hair pulling the south bay free white is on affected. from mountain view to cupertino and to saratoga it has cost them 34 minutes this afternoon.
>> catherine: >> catherine: how does it look just been? >> reporter: will these cars are not going anywhere fast if you noticed mostly are a lot of brake lights. there are not really moving to put into perspective it took me about 45 minutes to get here at fifth and bryant on last audit at civic center near city hall. it's almost about 2 mi. away. we'll be back at another live report at this intersection stupid see how bad traffic is trying to get out of san for cisco on to the bay bridge. justine waldman kron 4 news >> jacqueline: the frog has sent stock and and clear this afternoon.
>> jacqueline: the fog cleared this afternoon. tonight it will be returning manley at the bay shore spirit and through the south bay. temperatures will be a lack tadmor tad bit my mamma to ma 83 in pleasanton and 77 and down in san jose. we will have stock in the morning except for at the coast line. and to the weekend we will have a wild card sitting off shore we will keep you posted.
>> catherine: now to a developing story. >> catherine: the discovery of a little girl in a gypsy camp in greece is drawing international attention. police believe the was abducted.but they don't know where she came from. a man and woman have been charged.but their attorney argues they adopted the girl from a bulgarian woman who couldn't take care of her. cnn's erin mclaughlin has more. >> reporter: facing charges of obstructing a minor. meanwhile the search for her real parents are under way. and now only as indra has received over 8000 calls around the world. four are from the united states. the mystery surrounding the slow-growth came late last week when she was found in a camp during a routine
inspection they noticed her striking feature spirit blond hair and blue eyes looking nothing like the people who claim to be her parents. the lawyer for the family sits and hungarian couple gave the couple of the child and asked the sheik look after her. an act that they look after her and that it was not any legal adoption. >> catherine: and a live look from the bay, golden gate, and san mateo bridges. we'll get a full traffic report from george rask - coming up. [ male announcer ] you got to love the weekend.
>> reporter:with the niners up 24 - 10 in the fourth quarter.colin kaepernick throws a pass to kyle williams that he appears to catch.then loses the ball.he kinda kicks the ball.people think it may be a fumble. >> reporter:it triggers a puching and shoving match near the sideline.and coach harbaugh gets in there. with his glasses and head- set still on.he doesn't shy away. coach even has his play- calling sheet in one hand. we'll slow down the video.give you the best angle. he keeps his head down.trying to pull a titans player off his guys. cooler heads eventually prevailed.as did the niners.winning the game 31 - 17.the niners play the jaguars in london on sunday,. >> catherine: day four of the bart strike. >> catherine: woah, this kitchen is beautiful!
(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: the bart talks are being closely watched by a lot of people tonight. mayor who issued anjean quan says she strongly the trains can be running >> reporter: as you can see antoinette brian head of a tube is part of the negotiation at the point
going into the building pyrrhi >> reporter: there are just a few blocks away at a defence headquarters. it's not conference room enough for all of their people. with it are saying is that both sides are very close to an agreement. there is only to outstanding supplement issues which are safety and work rules. going back and forth from one conference room to another so they are hoping to get things cleared up tonight. and the trends are to run by tomorrow morning they have to announce a deal by 6:00 tonight and again the sides are very close to a hearing. we will be here if they're
subject to report we will bring it to you. cox >> catherine: why were they saying 6:00? >> reporter: was just bart management same what if. if that are close when what they have to get an agreement to get the trains running tomorrow morning. to get the trains to run by tomorrow morning we would have to be done by 6:00 to get an agreement settled. so really is a false that line if you want things to be running. the bottom line is that the two sides are talking together. it looks like we are getting much closer to a deal. rather it will happen in time to get the trains running in the morning that is still announcing questionable.
>> catherine: our political expert michael yaki joins us now. >> catherine: have we seen local politicians to enough over the weekend? >> think what has happened is that the tragedy of the bart has changed things. people are upset about what is goldman on. it is interesting that everything has been separate, transit workers have met separately and so has management. so hopefully that are moving
forward. we will see. >> catherine: i was calling to ask you michael is the tragic accident that happened had it costs are made in the fact on and had to have made in effect on the bart strike. >> it is a complex seaq system is not as easy as to push a stroller 0 are the ntsb will be looking into this because it assyria's gut check will be made. the public was upset at the reaction following social media and how people are angry that it was twice as bad today. >> it is all out there. both
sides of the story is not both sides of the strike is not good for either one. >> catherine: could we were saying if people could get any angrier than friday and yes they are angrier. >> if a ghost two more days and with definitely create a problem would be much worse >> reporter: in the first half hour of this broadcast we were looking at lighter conditions than we expected but that has all changed in the last 30 minutes.
downtown san francisco is also starting to slow. interstate 888 still looks pretty good but the min last a w hours last longer. >> reporter: the traffic coming out of the south bay in the northbound direction traffic coming off the bay bridge and to the east bay is it so that right now either traffic can't get on to the bay bridge with more on that glass go to the streets of justine waldman. >> reporter: you can see the
traffic is backed up. one driver told me if it took 45 minutes to go to blocks. that is how that sent the up san francisco's streets are right now. the roads are grid lock and you can see from on drivers basis that they are frustrated city streets right now are backed up taking some 45 minutes to one hour to go one to two blocks in the city. we will return at 6:00 to see if it is moving at all. i am justing want the men kron 4 news. it
justine waldman kron 4 news >> reporter: fasttrack lanes here in the middle there is congestion but it is moving. if you are paying cash you will be waiting a long time. this is 8:00 a.m. and not much of a change from seven separate >> reporter: this is from mount noontime. it is interesting to note to stick 80 was the most congested from the car keenness bridge with a 1 hour delay this morning. the normal
>> even until midnight frustrated. >> reporter: a lot of people sharing and that frustration as the strike is not over. the signs are improving but it is not over. >> catherine: note id is not over. >> reporter: most of the traffic is in san francisco trying to get out of town. let's switch over here if you take a look at the traffic coming off the bay bridge you can see that there is not much of it. >> reporter: oblong, it is on the city streets and i will put the map here. this is where i'd like to focus on. beyond the 280 interchange and traffic
heading east that is going to be a sluggish economy to as well. sluggish commute as well. >> reporter: backing up on sir francis drake boulevard. there are backups leading to bay bridge to to three blocks through the peak light spirit >> reporter: charter buses will to keep two san francisco and back again. bart has chartered buses and it is first serve first-come first-served. so you need to get their! >> reporter:
>> jacqueline: looking from rubicam with low cloud coverage you can kind of make up some buildings. the fog is a very stubborn and near the coast line today. 50 and half moon bay in daly city. the south bay we are in the '60s. still in the '80s in the inland valleys. >> jacqueline: temperatures mainly in the '60s and '70s for tuesday afternoon and if you look ahead later in the week a storm nearby near the coast kind of moving back and forth. we will keep you posted on that spiri
>> jacqueline: i really like fox attracts thick for tomorrow morning. fog tracker the falk will state coesite to mount. >> jacqueline: in the 40's and '50's with 47 n. sunnyvale into the afternoon the temperatures will come down because i think the fault will launder more than i initially thought. still be in the eighties or low eighties for inland valleys. for the immediate coast line 52 in san francisco and 73 of the north bay. .. as we head
nasdaq was up five points. and s- and - p was mostly unchanged after opening at a record high. >> catherine: it's been three weeks since the website for obama-care was launched. people are still having lots of problems with it. today the president talked about that -- promising it will all be fixed. washington >> it is a good deal. >> reporter: others have found that they cannot log and or if they do their information is rob are missing. >> have people working overtime, a 247 to fix the problems. >> it has been a fiasco. loaded up what smart people ask and bring them to washington and fix this problem because it is ridiculous. >> that are working to correct that.
>> reporter: is just three weeks into a six month open enrollment period. this >> isn't a protocol issue this is a basic humanity issue. >> reporter: to ninth on the kron 4 news at 8 i will tell you what s after general this thing about this report. sf general. >> reporter: the next edition of people behaving badly tonight
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so far there is no >> catherine: announcement of a deal. we're past what might have been a deadline at 6pm - for getting trains running tomorrow.. >> catherine: and the n-t-s- b is investigating the death of two bart workers who were hit and killed by a bart train over the weekend. as for what's happening outside the spot where bargaining has resumed. let';s check with kron4's dan kerman.dan ? >> reporter: live outside mcc headquarters. we can tell you that all data -- a t u officials have been in one conference room and the other a few blocks away with a fellow mediator going back and forth and they have been eal
very, very close curry they were hoping to get a deal by 6:00 p.m.. they were to get a bill by this time it would be enough time to have the trains ready for tomorrow morning's commute the bottom line is to get the trains ready for some time. >> reporter: throughout the afternoon and monday. , a mediator has been going back and forth trying to work out a settlement to end the strike which is now in its fourth day. members of s c i you let us inside their headquarters to say that they are very close. >> to proposals left for our union bart is saying that
they will lead to get it done by six and we would as well. i can tell you that it is not economic. because we can to of agreement last week in regards to economics. >> i want the public to understand that this has not been about economics, we could have prevented these strikes because all we were talking about were safety. it had nothing to do with money. >> reporter: up this entire process is been a little bit about everything. safety, health rose health, work rules, pensions and benefits.
>> catherine: happening now. day four of the bart strike. >> catherine: we saw we started the 5:00 hour but now they do on we are seeing more and more out of san francisco on both 101 northbound at interstate 280 north and southbound. >> catherine: we're seeing heavy traffic around the bay. coverage >> catherine: >> reporter: where we've seen the biggest problems this afternoon are on highway 24 headed up to walnut creek. it is backing up and to the east shore freeway para
>> reporter: look at the slow boat and congestion for the eastbound ride for interstate 5. definitely a result of the strike. some of the slowest traffic to be found is trying to leave san francisco to get on the freeway system. and covering that is just teen what it meant. justine waldman >> reporter: this is what we are seeing on the way up the rent. you could see all the directions are trying to get here on to the up ramp. we
have traffic cop out here trying to keep traffic under control and make sure that are going and the right direction. i was at civic center plaza and it took me 45 minutes to get from here to there. only 2 mi. away. the sum of the drivers that are stopped here are telling me that it is unbelievable. it is gridlock and this is some of the situation just think about trying to get over the bay bridge. live as san francisco i am justine waldman kron 4 news
kron4's charles clifford continues our coverage from the transbay terminal in san francisco. it's the fourth day commuters have been getting around without bart. charles - what are they >> reporter: less take a look at some video that i shot a little while ago. you have a.c. transit buses out here and people are trying to get on. the printed bart buses also the lot of people out here are trying to get home. we could seek a and to this this evening maybe, maybe! but folks are skeptical. >> it's hard for me not to roll my eyes and not take
that seriously. i do not know? it would be great if it happened and i will keep my fingers crossed. >> i do hope that they do. >> i am a little disappointed at everything that is going on at it is very inconvenient. >> reporter: based on the drama which had over the last couple of my people are taking a wait and see attitude. >> catherine: coming up. >> catherine: a deadly shooting at a nevada school. what we're learning about the gunman and the victims. plus -- two workers hit and killed by a bart train over the weekend. >> catherine: their deaths. who was behind the controls during the accident. five crew members had to ditch their fishing boat after it went up in flames. how they were able to make it out alive.
>> reporter:that math teacher tonight.being called a hero. >> reporter: the shooting was at 716 this morning and the school had not attacked technically started. >> teacher was trying to make him put it down. >> he walked up to a teacher and says back up. the teacher started backing up and he pulled the trigger. >> reporter: the math teacher killed was mike last birkie burger. >> reporter: j.r. will have a complete report coming up
tonight and in a clock. >> catherine: coming up. >> catherine: a group of fishermen had to abandon ship when their fishing boat caught fire. >> reporter: we will surely we assure you we will share those with the coming out this evening. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh.
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>> reporter:the coroner's office have identified the men who were struck and killed by a bart train this weekend. as 66-year-old laurence daniels of fair oaks and 58-year-old christopher sheppard of hayward. >> reporter:investigators are trying to figure out what led up to the deadly accident saturday >> reporter:in walnut creek. kron4's scott rates is live in pleseant hill. >> reporter:where n-t-s-b investigators spoke this afternoon. scott -- we now know who was at the helm of that train right before the accident. >> we will not leave any stone unturned. we will look that everyone and all of the inspections. >> reporter: they hope that they can start putting some of the pieces of this mystery together. scott rates. kron 4 news >> catherine: thank you
scott. >> catherine: our political analyst >> catherine: a lot of kids had a lead to has been directed toward the workers. >> in a tough economy and time were wages have been sparse it is a little bit of anchor on not a little but a lot of anger. >> catherine: so we know better to " take everything at face value but they were sounding optimistic. they could be exaggerating their optimism? right? >> i wonder how really close
they are? but it is a great gesture for the bay area for pesticide ok we are going to commit to getting this done we will announce that we would get the trains back running for the coming out tomorrow morning if they are back close. the right now they have a pr problem. because if they are that close they should do that for every commuter out there. everyone should get back to work. >> catherine: with those of us those of you that are just joining us bart has been saying that they could possibly get the trains back running at if they work to arrange a deal by 6:00 today.
>> it is picking up steam on social media. because, in may just before it hit at transit workers and never know what it and initial it may do. >> catherine: the tragedy with two workers killed that would have to play some affect on this. >> yes i believe this led to the negotiations that have been going on since last night. >> catherine: thanks michael. and if you'd like to connect with michael. you can do so on twitter -- at-yaki-blog. >> jacqueline: 58 in downtown san francisco with 56 and half moon bay. as we look live from the golden
gate bridge you see the low cloud coverage looking at the thought traffic tractor also kind of stretching and the delta by eight u.s. see much change the by tent it will clear by the north. temperatures toman remaining on the cooler side with 70 in fremont, and inland valleys are still a little warmer in the low 80s. low 60s and richmond and upper 50s and ran to 70's for the north bay. well warmer dry air and this little piece fresh year will break off away from the strong traffic here is a look at
the extended forecast with foggy conditions in the morning. cooler by the weak and we have a storm sitting right off shore. >> catherine: coming up a fishing boat catches fire off the coast of alaska. how the crew was saved.. >> catherine: this is at one of the busiest intersections in san francisco where the traffic is not looking gut. stay with us.
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the u-s coast guard says good samaritans came to the aid of five fishermen when their 59-foot boat caught fire. let's take a closer look. >> reporter:the fishing boat crew set off their emergency equipment and abandoned ship. the fisherman got on a life raft. coast guard officials issued an alert, and the first people on scene were aboard another fishing boat. >> reporter:good samaritans aboard the "aleutian beauty" boat helped rescue the fisherman from the life raft in the bering sea off the alaskan coast. all five fishermen are rerorted to be in good >> reporter:a search and rescue controller with the coast guard says having assistance like this is vital in alaska, where conditions are harsh and vessels in trouble are often very far away. >> reporter:police are looking for the people who helped two florida inmates escape from prison last week. >> reporter:the inmates got out -- using forged documents. the two convicted killers are back in custody. today - police surrounded the motel room where the men were found. >> catherine: joseph jenkins and charles
walker were caught after a tip from an acquaintance led authorities to a motel in panama city, florida saturday night. >> catherine: happening now. bart strike day 4. but - both sides are back at the bargaining table. >> catherine: we will have a live look at one of san francisco's busiest intersections. next at 630 >> jacqueline: we do have falk at the coast line we the great american novel. so you can happily let life get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel
strike. frustrated commuters are coming up. >> catherine: as for what is happening less check in with dan carmen. not looking great with possibly getting the trains up and running for tomorrow morning. ? >> reporter: no one was actually looking up at no one was actually looking at 6:00 at the real deadline. in seat i you it is an in conference room a few blocks away. bart mnference room aclu is in another conference
room. in cpi you had told us that they had a threat to things left to reach an agreement on. the union said that there were closed last week and things fell apart and they went on strike, that can always happen. the union says the state are as close as they have ever been. if there is news we will report with you later in the broadcast. >> catherine: we >> reporter: our life here at fifth and bryant some of the drivers are stopping and telling us about the ridiculous and unbelievable traffic and they are sick and tired of sitting at it. in it!
>> reporter: is this the track leading up to the bay bridge it is slow and dull what you are seeing are a lot of brake lights. >> reporter: it has been very difficult for drivers just to get to this location traffic has been slow and dull. slow and go. >> reporter: area merchants say the strike is affecting their bottom-line. it is one
of the worst days they have seen in a long time. i think people are avoiding downtown altogether. >> reporter: continuing our coverage of the bart strike from fremont. bart if provided freak bart ride the bus ride. that is twice the number in doing so last friday. return trip beginning on route 3:00 p.m. to get across the bay. commuters are helping the two sides can come to terms
and get the trains back on track s soon as possible. >> reporter: folks stop call that a deal would be reached peak. hopefully this will and some charles clifford kron 4 news. >> reporter: 2 are dead at this early morning school shooting occurred >> we heard shot, boom boom boom! >> another student and shot my teacher. >> reporter: j.r. stone kron
4 news >> catherine: very frustrated and angry commuters are sounding off on who they blame >> distraught disgusted, and discussed it with the union leaders and what they are doing. >> just settled it for the sake of all of us to come to the table and settle it like adults. >> reporter: if you are trying to get on to the sky way or lower deck or even 101 and southbound direction and... you are in bumper-to-bumper grid lock traffic the rye >> reporter: is to be the right to the east the bay has east just a little.
>> reporter: due in part to the fact that we have and very early heavy commute. it still caring in a lot of extra traffic tried to get to the east bank highway of the richmond which puts pressure here and places pressure on sir francis drake boulevard >> reporter: >> catherine: new at 6:00 this city of berkeley has raised a resolution with peter cukor he had: 911 and the police were coming to
will largely be in the '60s again tomorrow away from the coast line. 76 in sunnyvale and chili near the coastline with a perfect peace and low 60s. it will seek to increase in low cloud coverage. right now we have cleared out. this part will break away and head towards us the question is how close will it get? that could change so you don't mean want to stay updated with the rest of the work week. to the trickling down near the end of the week. you keep posted on that
it hasn't >> catherine: 1 palin $7 million purchased in the long to have been the honor of the musicians that are remembered for plant almost to the bitter and before the titanic sank. an unidentified bidder did your purchase of by allen and has been corroded by seawater. >> catherine: the 49ers gary has patent and the rest of the sport's next!
>> gary: carpool alright you promise, care >> gary: he was really terrific when a fight broke out in the fourth known one passes away because you have helmet and shoulder pads. one of the thing with the forty-niners. when you are head butting a guy with out and helmet. not cool anymore on their way to london. conduct jean claude local school 20-yarder kids. when a fight broke out in the 4th quarter harbaugh got right in the middle of it sticking his face right in the middle of the action trying to break it up alex boone with no helmet on head butts kaepernick kap looks at boone like he's crazy 49ers win 31-17 for their 4th straight win next up is
the jacksonville jajuars in london >> gary: 49ers players and coaches conducted a coaching clinic with local school kids at team's training facility in london's enfield borough. >> if you can act as a catalyst and sports organization in duping some rounded by kids and were the communing causes you can bring your fans together. >> gary: colin kaeprnick watched the youngsters toss around the football there was a jersey exchange between 49ers co-chairman john york and spurs chairman daniel levy. here's york on giving back >> gary: colts receiver reggie wayne will miss the rest of the season after tearing the acl in his right knee last night in the colts 39-33 win over peyton manning and the broncos >> i live over here a long long time there in what appears to used to watch an nfl highlight on channel 4. >> gary: on channel four i
want to say it shall fork over in london. but i would not tell him that accurate a lot of people who grew up on fladeboe and jeff bush. i am starting to get a lot of that. hank, and my mother grew up watching you. but that is okay. (laughter) i would rather have that. jean >> catherine: they watch you. they care. >> gary: sole sdo, hey we love you.
>> catherine: we love you. >> gary: wayne was injured in the fourth quarter as he tried to come back and catch a low pass. quarterback andrew luck blamed himself after the game saying it was a bad pass wayne became the 9th player with 1,000 or more career catches just last week he had started 189 consecutive games >> gary: he made his name from catching passes from taking manning peyton manning.
>> gary: the season is over for reggie mind. wayne. >> gary: you just do not see kickers do that! he has been selected for random drug test for the bandits to substances. that is mack custody. mcafee >> gary: every time someone does something good in baseball we do not trust them, he must be on something. >> catherine: we are becoming more cynical.
>> gary: you now bilking right? >> gary: i always liked bill king. >> catherine: george is in there,yay! >> catherine: stay cool is good advice. >> gary: that is terrific. stamford is gone. tonight they are back to sixth place in the nation. 30 yds and the touchdown as the cardinal win. they have six
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