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There will be gourmet choices for fans to choose from at the San Francisco 49ers new Santa Clara stadium, but they come with a rather steep price tag.
The 49ers confirmed the prices for their concessions on Friday with items like a slice of pizza going for $8, the ever popular garlic fries costing $8.50 and a 20-ounce bottle water priced at $5.75.
A 20-ounce cup of domestic beer – either a Budweiser or Bud Light – will cost $10.25 – and increase of 50 cents from Candlestick.
According to the Chicago-based Team Marketing report, the Oakland Raiders had the priciest beers in 2013 at $9.75 with the Bills and Rams at $9.00 and Cowboys, Ravens, Bears, Saints and Lions at $8.75.
A dog will cost $6.75 – an increase of 75 cents from last year. Meanwhile, a sausage or bratwurst has been priced at $8.25 and a burger will cost you $12.
Nachos, always a stadium favorite, will run you $6 as will a bag of M&Ms.Fri, 25 Jul 2014 15:01:15 -0700
A tense standoff between Oakland police and a man who allegedly opened fire on a repo truck driver ended Friday with the man’s arrest.
According to police, officers were dispatched about 9:17 a.m. to the 900 block of 7th street following reports of shots being fired.
When they arrived, they discovered a shaken repo truck driver and his vehicle with at least two bullet holes in it.
Authorities said the driver told then he was pulling away with a car in tow when a man raced out of the house and opened fire.
Immediately, the neighborhood was cordoned off and a search was launched for the suspect who was located in a nearby home.
A standoff ensued for more than three hours until the suspect surrendered to police.Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:13:49 -0700
Landon Whitley was in the backseat of the family’s Pontiac Sunfire on a quiet Sunday morning seven years ago when he and his family’s lives took a dramatic turn.
An ambulance slammed into the Sunfire, killing his father, severely injuring his mother and putting him at death’s door. Three times his heart stopped and three times he was revived.
Even though he was 8-years-old at the time, Whitley says he still can vividly remember dying and seeing “streets of gold” with Jesus and angels nearby.
Maybe his strangest memory is seeing his father and two siblings he never knew.
“My mom had two miscarriages before me that I had never known about, never heard about,” Whitley told Fox4 in Dallas. “I was able to see them.”
His mother, Julie Kemp, has written a book about her son’s memories in the hopes it will help others weather personal tragedies.
“These days I can thank God for giving me the strength to get through it,” Kemp told the station. “I didn’t see the strength when I was going through it – I saw the challenges and the hurt.”Fri, 25 Jul 2014 13:45:34 -0700 News Source: MedleyStory More Local News Stories