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. complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is the 10:00 news on ktvu channel 2. not guilty. >> the verdict is in and the anger begins to boil. outrage from tonight's verdict in the george zimmerman trial has sparked protest from florida to the streets of the bay area. good evening, i'm ken wayne, heather holmes is off tonight. we begin with breaking news out of sanford, florida. we want to show you a live look from the courthouse where the jury acquitted george zimmerman of all charges in connection to the death of 17-year-old teenager trayvon martin. now we want to show you a live picture in san francisco's mission district. you can see police vehicles lined up in the streets, a
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large crowd is gathered at 24/7 and valencia and on mission street from 16th to cesar chavez, which was closed by protesters tonight, anger at the verdict. police on standby, monitoring the situation. so far, things have been peaceful. >> earlier tonight protesters began gathering outside of the florida courtroom. civil rights groups have had a close eye on this case from the very beginning saying there were racial undertones in the shooting of the unarmed black teen by the volunteer neighborhood watchman. the family of trayvon martin was not in the courtroom when the verdict was read on advice of their attorneys. >> they have sat here for four weeks and i don't know how harder step of the way, what they had to endure, the pain of hearing gunshot after gunshot after gunshot, same call, faces of the son in the morgue, time
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and time again. >> the attorney says the family is at an undisclosed location tonight. we have team coverage. ktvu's jade hernandez is live in san francisco with local reaction and we begin with debora villalon. >> we're at frank ogawa plaza, where you can see people are gathered here, this protest starting to grow in just the last half-hour. many people are wearing hoodies and some carrying signs and protesters outraged that martin's shooting was seen bit jurors as justifiable self- defense. >> we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. 2-year-old george zimmerman heard the verdict with little emotion after 16 hours' of deliberation, the jury cleared him of second-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year- old trayvon martian. >> obviously , we are
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ecstatic with the results. >> reporter: the prosecution admits that the case was difficult. >> what we always believed was that this was a case of details that had to be analyzed very, very carefully. >> reporter: the shooting happened in february last year. in the small town of sanford, outside of orlando. with screams recorded on the now infamous 911 call. the mother of george zimmerman said it was her son's voice. the mother of trayvon martin says the scream came from her son. >> for whatever reason the defense decided it was necessary to make trayvon to be some young black thug in order to have a chance to win this case. tonight the police chief called for peace and in a statement before the verdict the family
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of trayvon martin also asked the public to remain calm, saying their family has always embraced nonviolence. we're back live in downtown oakland, where people are gathering to protest the acquittal of george zimmerman, but so far, it's a relatively small crowd and there is no sign that they plan to march and we see no police presence as of yet. we'll be here throughout the newscast and bring you an update if the situation changes. reporting live in oakland, debora villalon, ktvu channel 2 news. >> meantime across the bay in san francisco, a larger crowd of protesters is marching in the mission district, and we have been watching as police are trying to keep them from blocking traffic. ktvu's jade hernandez is live with the very latest from the city. >> reporter: ken, i can show you right here we have two san francisco squad cars and just park here at 24th and valencia, you can see what is just behind this bus, seven
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san francisco police vans and a squad car. these police officers have been following protesters throughout the mission tonight. the protesters' signs have said "the whole system is racist and the people say guilty." these protesters chant, our son, your son, we are all trayvon." rally-goers say trayvon martin demanded justice. >> reporter: the last-minute protest began at 24th and mission around 8:00 tonight the rally turned into a march at 9:00, 30 minutes later, hundreds gathered for this relatively peaceful. promptu rally march in the mission district. >> we're here tonight because this verdict in sanford, florida is an injustice. george zimmerman murdered trayvon martin. >> reporter: we watched at least squad cars
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follow protesters as they continue marching towards valencia street 45 minutes ago and protesters are still on the move. throughout this entire rally, san francisco police, i want to bring you back out live to 4th and valencia, have been out in full force. they have gathered and monitored crowds as drivers tried to get around sign- holders who took to the streets. we have got seven san francisco police vans out here, very heavy police presence tonight, but all has been pretty peaceful. reporting live from san francisco, jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. jade, can you give us an idea where the crowd is at this moment? >> reporter: i have to tell you i spoke to one of the organizers and giving us updates from spot to. so we're at 24th and valencia and protesters are actually just past or van about two and a half blocks. we have tried to keep up with them all night, but it's just a
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fluid movement. as soon as they get to one spot, they were supposed to stay at 24th and valencia and they have rallied the crowd and continued to march on. so we have just followed them for the past couple of hours. >> we can see some banners about a block away. you did mention 24th and mission, 16 and mission which are bart stations. has this affected bart service at all? >> reporter: as far as bart service, we copyright be sure. we have stayed above ground. we have marched with the protesters a couple of blocks and had to move our van. it's difficult in the mission to grab a parking spot. so as soon as we got to a spot, we jumped back in and move with protesters as they moved towards 4th and valencia, so i'm not sure how long they will march, but we'll continue to update you with new information. >> we'll stay with you all night long. thank you very much, jade hernandez in city. >> we are all trayvon martin! >> the bay area like much of
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the nation has been following this case very closely. just last month people in oakland staged a small, but noisy protest in support of trayvon martin, part of a nationwide "hoodie day" protest. martin was wearing a hoodie when as we shot and killed. coming up in our next half-hour we'll bring you a live report from sanford, florida with more reaction on the zimmerman not- guilty verdict and newschannel 2 is it en route to the roy. police are trying to figure out what caused an accident that left 19 people hurt in san francisco. ktvu's christien kafton with more on the collision that shut down service for several hours. >> minute after the crash between a muni light-rail vehicle and a van shortly before 1:00 this afternoon, more than a dozen passengers lined 3rd street and evans avenue while responders evaluated them. eventually loading up 19 patients to be
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checked out at various hospitals. michelle howard says she has on board with her young daughter when the crash happened. >> where that glass fell in at. >> reporter: she says she scrambled to protect her daughter. >> i had to cover my baby so the glass wouldn't hit her. >> reporter: police say the muni light-rail vehicle and van were heading towards the downtown, that the van tried to make a left turn in front of the light-rail vehicle and that is what caused the accident. >> there has been some talk about a pedestrian that may have been in the crosswalk and that was causing one of the drivers to pause in the queue and that may have been an associated factor to the accident. >> reporter: police say that the driver of white van has been cooperative with investigators and taken to the hospital. muni got the line cleared and service restored by 4:15 this afternoon. san francisco, christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. and take a look at the
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damage, earlier today after a san francisco city van slammed into several parked cars in pacific heights. one car actually was wedged under another, leaving one vehicle with two wheels on hood. this all happened this morning on california street near bake are tv police say appears that the van driving was going about 45 miles per hour and may have fallen asleep at the wheel. >> that is what we heard as well, that he actually went through the red light and he was asleep. so that is why we heard no brake or screech. he just went full force. >> fortunately the vap was empty except for the driver, who was taken to the hospital with injuries to his arm, hip and back. that shuttle is part of a city homeless outreach program. now to our coverage of the crash of flight 214. flights out of san francisco airport went smoothly today. the first full day of operations since the crash. the sfo duty manager told us this afternoon that the airport
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experienced a few delays, but there was good weather. runway 28 left re-open after clean-up and repair work, putting all four of the airport's runways now back in service. a somber group gathered if burlingame to honor the victims. flight 214 and the families of two teenaged who died received an outpouring of support. >> reporter: more than 100 people gathered in burlingame just across from san francisco international airport to honor the victims of asiana flight 214. >> on the shoreline of san francisco bay, a very, very special place. >> reporter: it was organized by the buddhist tzu chi foundation. >> we are reminded of the
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connection we have to one another? the people they tried to help today were the parents of the two girled who died in the crash. >> through a friend and translator they thanked everyone. >> due to the loss of their daughters, they are unable to share with us today. so they had their friend to express this gratitude with us. >> reporter: parents fought back tears and left without talking to the media, but organizers were pleased that they were here. >> that is exactly what we want the families to see, so many people in the bay area care about them. they are not alone. >> reporter: organizer say some of the victims are still in the hospital, and some are still here and many have gone home, but wherever they are, they are supportive. in san francisco, i'm john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news.
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our coverage of flight 214 continues on-line. just visit and on our homepage you will find the latest information plus photos from the crash scene. friends and family gathered if san francisco to keep interest alive in the case where a recent college graduate was shot and killed following a minor fender-bender. workers in the bay area protest a popular restaurant chain and the unfair treatment they say they are getting and the company's response. a controversial abortion law has passed the texas senate and is waiting for the governor's signature and why women's groups are outraged at the new restrictions placed on abortion clinics. >> high in the air and catchable. >> a giant celebrate, the giants make history scoring a no-hitter against the san diego padres.
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. giant's pitcher tim lincecum just made baseball history with a no-hitter in san diego tonight against the padres. >> high in the air and catchable, blanco, a no hit he for tim lincecum. >> very happy lincecum. the last out happened after 10:00, the first no-hitter of lincecum's career and the players are very happy about it. it took him 147 pitches to get it done and the giants won 9-0
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over san diego. we'll have a complete wrap up, including reaction from the giant's players coming up later on in sports. new at 10:00 a young man killed after a minor fender- bender in the east bay is remembered tonight. a month ago 22-year-old aya nakano was shot and killed after a minor fender-bender turned into a deadly confrontation. as jade hernandez reports they are hoping that tonight's event provides some much-needed tips. >> reporter: friends flowed through the doors and this is aya's night. that is what happened the night oakland police say a driver shot and killed 22-year-old aya nakano after he pulled over his car after being rear-ended june 12th. a fight ensued and one of two men opened fire an hour before
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nakano's 23rd birthday. once news of nakano's death spread, they acted on behalf of the family and planned tonight's event to raise the reward money. it took a month to organize the event to honor their friend. >> as we always willing to make sure you were happy and having a good time. >> he loved to have a good time and never down on anything. >> aya's mother is keeping the faith that that will be a break. >> the odds are against us, but with the help of the public, i am hopeful that we will eventually get there and we will catch these monsters. >> we just hope his memory doesn't die, and the whole event just isn't forgotten by anyone. >> in san francisco, jade
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hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. so far the reward in this case has reached $35,000 and tonight's fundraiser already has raised at least $6,000. san josi police are trying to find the gunman involved in a deadly shooting. a police spokesman says officers got a report around 9:had a last night of a shooting on state and archer streets. investigators say the 32-year- old victim was talking to someone on the sidewalk when the gunman walked up and shot him. the man was rushed to the hospital where he later died. this is san josi's 27m homicide of the year. san francisco police have identified the suspects gunman in yesterday's jewelry store killings and say he is 23- year-old barry white of antoff, booked on suspicion of two count counts of murder and serv counts of attempted murder. police say he shot and killed another fale employee and stabbed the other to death and shot and stabbed the store's owner. that male victim remains in
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critical condition tonight. it's now been more than three days since the disappearance of an oakland toddler and police say they have no new information to share on her whereabouts. the father of 21-month-old daphne voila webb says he left his daughter and mother in a car on international boulevard wednesday morning while he went into a market. when he returned he says the little girl was gone. the father, 49-year-old john webb was taken into custody, accused of child endangerment, but released last night without any charges being filed. chefs at a poplar restaurant chain held a demonstration for better pay on the peninsula. more than a dozen workers held up signs outside of benihana restaurant in burlingame this morning. they say $8 an hour is not enough for a family to live on in the bay area. they loss claimed that the restaurant has changed the tipping system, so that they are not getting as large a percentage they used to. >> we're not trying to cause my troubles we just want our rights and want our minimum wage to go up higher and want
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better salary, enough to support our families. that is all we need. >> workers say they have lost their jobs over this protest. >> more details now in a statement latetoid the florida- based company says it maintains farc fair practice. on the wage issue the restaurant chain told us "benihana, inc. has standardized the company's tipping policy to ensure an equitable distribution of gratuities among our restaurant employees." officials are allowing some people to return to their homes ten days after they were forced to evacuate in las vegas of carpet enter one fire burned 44 square mile since it was started by lightning strike. one person has been injured and the fire destroyed ranch resort earlier this week. time is running out for congress to pass immigration reform is before the august recess. today president obama spoke of the importance of reform as a
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way to boost the economy. >> under the current system, too many smart, hard-working immigrants are prevented from contributing to that success. immigration reform would make it easier for highly skilled immigrants and those who study at our colleges and universities to start businesses and create jobs right here in america. >> the house is working on a new version of immigration reform after rejecting the bill passed by the senate. earlier this week former early president george h. w. bush urged lawmakers to "keep a benevolent spirit as they debate the issue." concerns of fraud are hanging over california's new health care exchange program before it started to take patient the insurance commissioner and groups say the exchange is falling short in screening potential counselors. commissioner jones says the change "lacks a plan for investigating complaints." the spokesman for covered california counters that the exchange has made consumer safety a top priority. texas governor rick perry says a controversial abortion
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bill is constitutional and will stand up to legal challenges. bill passed the texas senate last night as opponents and bakersfield the capitol rotunda in austin. the highly restrictive measure would ban all abortions after 20 weeks and require that the procedures be performed only in surgical centers. >> there are those that felt very strongly that this bill went too far. most texans don't. most texans do believe that five months in the womb, that that child deserves the protection, everything that we can do in this state. >> opponents say the measure will force most clinics to close and are promising to fight the law in court. the royal baby watch is on. reporters are gathered right now outside of the hospital where kate middleton is expecting a new heir to the throne. a major california freeway shut down when a tanker fuel of
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gasoline catches fire. the victim damage that went along with the traffic nightmare. the weekend is off to a nice start, but coming up we'll have where the fog will be first thing tomorrow morning and the amount of cooling you can expect in your neighborhood.
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. back now to our breaking news, the not-guilty verdict of george zimmerman in sanford florida and we want to show you a live picture from frank oga plaza. it and we heard that crowds in san francisco mission district have metro most part dispersed and that event is pretty much over. we're monitoring both san francisco and oakland as these people are protesting the verdict, george zimmerman found
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not guilty for the shooting death of teenager trayvon martin. a tanker that overturned and caught fire snarled traffic on one of the city's busiest aaas on interstate 5, the golden state freeway at interchange with highway 2, not very far from dodger stadium. the fire spread to dry brush along the side of the freeway, and some of the tank's load of gasoline flowed into the los angeles river. fortunately nobody was hurt. in egypt, supporters of president morsi supporters showed no sign of backing down from their demands he be reinstated and leaders of the brotherhood are calling for a mass rally on monday. in cairo's tahrir square, the
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foreign prime minister resigned. >> in northern ireland, police and protestants clashed in belfast. authority say 32 police officer, eight riters and a senior politician were all injured. protestants blamed police for trying to cope them out of catholic neighborhoods. in france six people are confirmed dead in after a triple crown derailment yesterday. authorities feared more bodies were trapped in the wreckage, but none has been recovered. 22 people remain hospitalized, two in critical condition. tract officials say they have ruled out humanitarian error as the cause of the accident and now focused on an equipment failure. the royal baby could be here anytime now. the due-date for the duchess of cambridge is believed to be mid-
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july. the amount of people are gathering, all waiting the arrival of the third in line to the british throne. when the child is born, a piece of paper will be displayed in front of buckingham palace an announcement will be posted on twitter and at news media will be notifyed. >> . soon after kim kardashian gave birth to her daughter at cedars-sinai k-five people were terminated for viewing patient's private medical records. the hospital is declining to identify the patients involved. the records were inappropriately accessed between june 18th and june 4th. tonight george zimmerman is a free man, found not guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter. we're go live to florida. >> a fast-moving fire destroyed a sonoma county institution that served the community for 80 years. we'll have the latest on the loss of a piece of north bay history.
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. emotional reaction in florida tonight to the george zimmerman verdict, late tonight the jury of six women found zimmerman not guilty of second- degree murder. although they asked the court about manslaughter earlier in the day they apparently rejected that charge as well. the sanford, florida neighborhood watchman maintained he shot trayvon martin in self-defense. garrett tenney joins us live from sanford, florida. >> reporter: ken, i will tell you what, that crowd outside of the courthouse was building throughout the day as was the anticipation of this
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verdict and what that verdict did come down, that emotion kind of outpoured through the entire crowd here. many of the people that were here were supporters of trayvon martin and they were visibly upset. there were tears and chants for "we want justice." in the courtroom as well. the family of george zimmerman, lots of emotion from them, you can image his wife was crying and his parents who were also sitting right behind him were giving hugs to the defense team as well as pretty much anyone around them. so at this time tonight, george zimmerman is a free man. >> the state of it florida vs. george zimmerman, verdict, we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. say we all. >> reporter: at least 14 hours' of deliberations in central florida and the six women of the jury say george zimmerman was acting in self-defense when he shot trayvon
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martin last year. >> obviously we're ecstatic with the results. >> i think the prosecution of george zimmerman was disgraceful. >> i am thrilled that this jury kept this tragedy from becoming a travesty. >> reporter: we're seeing many people outside of the seminole county courthouse, who are visibly upset that not only the city has been tangledded up in the three-week trial, but 530 days since the deadly confrontation between 17-year-old martin and 9-year-old zimmerman. and sanford became ground-zero for protests for and against the defendant. >> we respect the jury's verdict buwhat it boiled down to was a kid minding his own business being followed by a stranger. that is not a theater -- that is the facts. >> for the prosecutor, it always came down to who was heard on the 911 call.
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>> that scream stops when the shot is fired and we always believe after hearing that tape it was trayvon martin. >> reporter: ken, of course now that george zimmerman is a free man, the ankle bracelet, the tracker he has been wearing is no longer there. the 10:00 p.m. curfew is no longer in effect able living in hiding with a private security team is not in effect. he is back with his family. garrett tenney, ktvu channel 2 news. the chair of the naacp issued this reaction to the verdict, "today justice failed trayvon martin and his family and we call immediately for the justice department to conduct an investigation into the civil rights violations committed against trayvon martin." new video tonight of a fire that destroyed a landmark building in the north bay. it started at 5:45 tonight in
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sebost poll at the frizzelle enos business. flames and smoke sored into the sky. the santa rosa press democrat reports that the fire started in some haystacks next to the building. frizzelle enos is said to be oldest building in sebastopol. there were no reports of injuries. the dogs' days of summer are proving to be just that in san rafael. >> sit cit, good bay. >> the nation's lastering guide dog school k-guide dogs for the blind hosted its day of fun. more than 1500 people and 400 dogs gathered to say thank you to the volunteers who raised the dogs and send graduating students home with their new campaigns. craig heaps a news writer here is taking home a guide dog
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named chase. >> to take someone visually impaired like me. >> we'll see chase in the newsroom here. still ahead, flying boats thrilled fans around the bay and world tote. who was across the line in the america haze cup challenge series? >> and meteorologist mark tamayo is next with your forecast and what to expect for the workweek. i'm totally in love with the avocado on this sub.
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oh, you should post a picture of my new earrings. those would go perfectly with this sweater i'm knitting. [ male announcer ] show your avocado love! try it on the turkey & spinach or subway club. subway. eat fresh®. . for the very first time today sailing fans got to watch two of the latest's america's cups boats compete on san francisco bay. race featured emirate's team new zealand and luna rossa, the
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two 80' long catamarans sped around at well above 40 miles per hour. >> it's the best boats and best crews in the world and we have an opportunity to be standing on land and being able to witness this. it has never happened before in the newark's cup and i'm taking in every opportunity to take inasmuch racing as we can and it's really exciting. >> new zealand won today's race by a wide margin. look like they had enough wind to get those boats zooming around the bay. looks fun. >> strong wind out by the bay, the seabreeze in full force, keeping the beaches on the cool side. but the inland spots a different story, san josi 82 degrees. this was the time-lapse, beautiful looking out
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towards sutro tower. a fairly shallow marine layer. latest right now on the satellite, the low clouds banking up near parts of coast. this will increase in coverage for the overnight hours. our forecast headlines for tonight, fog increasing, a bit of a breeze out. there tomorrow, morning clouds and another warm one inland and we bring in cooler temperatures for monday, tuesday and into wednesday. overnight lows will be in the 50s to start out your sunday morning. fog near the coast and right around the bay, partly cloudy skies to started out your sunday. high pressure warmed things up. tomorrow about the same or a little bit cooler and then this cooler weather system moves in from the north. that is scheduled to move into the region for monday and tuesday. so here is the overall trepid ovnext few days, a little bit ofoff. first thing tomorrow morning, this is 7:00 sunday morning. clouds pull back to near the
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coastline-point afternoon hours. definitely want to bring the sweater and jacket if you are visiting the coast tomorrow. inland more sunshine, temperatures on track to reach the upper 80s to right around 90s, oakland 70. some more neighborhoods, upper 80s to right around 90 inland, san josi a foot of high of 80 and san francisco with the clouds in the miles per houring becoming partly sunny and forecasted high of 65. here is a look ahead your five- day forecast, look at those temperatures cooling off into monday and tuesday. we do warm things up beginning wednesday and thursday and by thursday warmest locations approaching the 90s. looking at the long-range forecast models next weekend could be very hot inland. it's still way out there, but we could be talking about a few upper 90s for that timeframe. thank you, mark. we have some breaking news, sad news we're getting word
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. good evening everyone and welcome to this saturday night edition of sportswrap. just four days ago the san francisco giants looked all, but dead. tonight they are winners of three in a row and get a shot in the arm from the guy that used to be ace of the pitching staff. when the night began it was about the giant's trying to win those three in a row for the first time in a while.
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pablo sandoval found gap offer the padres. posey comes around to score and sandoval goes to 3rd with a triple. giants added to the lead in the 4th, brandon belt got into a volquez pitch. that is a deep 2-run shot. bats suddenly coming alive. the base were loaded for hunter pence, all three runs come around for pence. this was part of a 4-run inning to give the giants an 8-0 lead, but then it all became about tim lincecum. lincecum has not allowed a hit when guzman with the shot down the 3rd line that sandoval back- handed and fires to 1st. in theth, a drive to right, pence comes in hard, takes


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