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fears of the coronavirus leaving a north bay man feeling shunned. after returning from china. >> fresh numbers from the iowa caucuses just coming in. chickens at this preschool killed and mutilated. the crime that has the entire crime concerned. "abc7 news" starts right now. >> now, news to build a better bay area, from abc 7. we begin with late developments on coronavirus. china has more than 28,000 cases and 563 deaths. in the u.s., there are 12 cases, one confirmed in wisconsin. >> two planes with americans were evacuated from wuhan, china, and brought to travis air force base in the bay area. one plane went on to the marine
corps air station miramar in san diego. but there are 178 people being quarantined at travis. >> we're facing an unprecedented public health threat. >> reporter: a team with the centers for disease control screened passengers after they arrived around 4:00 a.m. at travis. some are diplomatic employees. the cdc report as young child on the plane had a fever and taken to a local hospital. >> the child is being evaluated at this point, and will be put in isolation and tested. >> reporter: the roth family from wisconsin is among those in quarantine for two weeks. daisy roth shared these photos of her room. sam says his wife and daughters were visiting family in wuhan. >> they arrived at the airport at 3:00 p.m. on tuesday, and they did not take off until more than 24 hours later. and that's an airport with no shops open. it was just waiting and getting their temperature taken. it was really exhausting for my
wife and daughters. >> reporter: everyone in quarantine at travis will be continually screened for any sign of the virus. >> we don't believe these people pose a risk to this community, because we are taking measures to minimize any exposures. the fallout from coronavirus has been widespread. today, a korean air flight bound for las vegas from seoul, south korea was diverted to lax. there were concerns three passengers may have been exposed to coronavirus. but they were tested and cleared. the hong kong based airline is asking workers to take three weeks unpaid leave. it's a response to the drop in demand for flights. nike announced it's closing half of its stores in china. the uc system is study abroad programs.
cornell bernard spoke with a north bay man who is voluntarily isolating himself. >> i'm fine, no symptoms whatsoever. >> reporter: mark and his fiance just returned home from china. they visited a place where streets and train stations were deserted. although it was more than 3 hub miles from wuhan, authorities were taking precautions. >> there were mandatory mask requirements. you would get actively yelled at if you weren't wearing a mask. >> reporter: since they returned home, they've been met with one reaction. >> a lot of fear. >> reporter: he and his employer agreed he would work from home for two weeks. his contractor wouldn't finish a repair job unless mark went to a hotel. and for a super bowl party --
>> he said yeah, it might be best if you don't come. i get the idea of the infectious disease that we don't clearly understand right now and the risk behind that. but i don't think it's nearly as bad as what is coming out to be. >> reporter: for the sake of others, he's laying low at home. cornell bernard, "abc7 news." >> you can learn more about the symptoms of coronavirus and how you can protect yourself by going to abc7news.com. new at 11:00, a bizarre crime at a preschool has a community on the peninsula rattled. someone vandalized the nursery yard and killed their pet chickens. kate larson has the story. we warn you, some of the photos may be disturbing. >> sometime between saturday 4:00 and sunday morning, someone came in and tortured our chickens. >> reporter: you may find the next photos disturbing. four chickens found mutilated.
a fifth chicken is still missing. she has been the director here for more than 20 years. >> there's a great violation and uneasiness we're now feeling. what is next, children or other adults? you know, where does it stop? >> reporter: the sheriffs came out here to investigate and each took the chickens as evidence. but now they're saying they can't conclusively determine that they were killed by a human. but they don't know how the chings with placed after they were killed. >> to be in this kind of environment and for somebody to conduct themselves in that way seems mad. >> reporter: all three of her children have attended the preschool, which now has a go fund me page to raise money for cameras in the yard. >> when you realize that a place that you have been sending your kids doesn't have that, you --
it becomes a realization that is so important and for these very reasons. >> reporter: the school bunnies were unharmed and moved inside. the children don't know why their egg laying preschool pets are now gone. kate larson, "abc7 news." new developments. san francisco pride's board of directors met to discuss a vote on banning google from this year's pride parade. >> reporter: dan, good evening. google hasn't applied to be part of this year's play, but organizers say if google does, the door is open. >> tonight, the board decided not to ban google or anybody else from the parade. >> reporter: san francisco pride parade executive director fred lopez says the controversy to ban google from this year's parade began at a january 15th meeting. that's when members of sf pride
voted to keep google out. but that vote was nonbinding. >> i regret the fact that within our community, we're fighting against each other when we don't have to. >> reporter: the board president addressed that vote and the concerns over how google treats its lbtg employees. >> i think that some action needs to be taken. there's incredible amounts of transphobia online, and it seems to just go. >> reporter: she says they have met with google and seen immediate changes. she says it's best to work from within than to ban an important community partner. >> everyone is saying we want to be in your parade. but this is what they are saying about the organization and we're going to hold their feet to the fire. >> reporter: some organization members were calling on banning the alameda county sheriff's department from the parade for how they handled the eviction
last month. but the board president says that's not true, and that the county sheriff's department has never participated in the parade. i want to add we just got an email from google. they said they've been a proud participant for more than a decade and will continue to support this important community organization. >> all right. thank you. a man accused in a deadly stabbing at a b.a.r.t. station got kicked out of his trial. he was thrown out for outbursts as his trial began today. he was able to return. the jury watched surveillance video of the murder of nia wilson. it showed a man stabbing her and her sister from behind at the b.a.r.t. station in july of 2018. wilson's sister survived. developing news on the iowa caucuses tonight. mayor pete buttigieg and senator bernie sanders are virtually tied. that's with 97% of precincts
reporting. followed by elizabeth warren, joe biden and amy cloklobuchar. those five will face off in the next presidential debate, happening right here on abc. it takes place friday in new hampshire. you can watch it on abc starting at 5:00 p.m. new developments. president trump is declaring victory tonight after the senate acquitted him in his impeachment trial. >> it is therefore ordered and adjudged that the said donald john trump be, and he is hereby, aquitted of the charges in said articles. >> the senate cleared the president of both charges, obstruction of justice and abuse of power. utah senator mitt romney was the only lawmaker to break ranks. >> he voted to convict president trump on abuse of power charge. >> there was strong reaction to president trump's acquittal. those who wanted him convicted held rallies across the bay area. you see protests in san
francisco, mountain view, oakland and palo alto. more than 160 events were held nationwide. the last of a hollywood legend. >> plus, a celebrity sighting in the bay area. >> and don't like your driver's license photo? you could get a chance for a do-over. >> wenter is on vacation, but not for long. i'll let you know when the warmth will fade and the wet weather returns. >> but first, here's a look at what's coming up on jimmy kimmel live. jimmy? >> thank you, dan and ama. here's what we have in store tonight. >> my parents ended up in london at the same time. >> was that a
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redoing that bad driver's license photo may get easier. a new state bill would allow you to take up to three pictures and pick the one you like. each new photo would likely cost $5. the money would support training programs and driver education. the change could go into effect on or before january, 2022. actor kirk douglas has died. he was 103. earlier tonight, flowers were placed on his star on hollywood's walk of fame. our sister station in los angeles has a look at his amazing work and philanthropy. >> what's your name, slave? >>
>> help people. >> reporter: kirk douglas and his wife have been helping people for decades. he grew up very poor, but hollywood made him very rich. >> i've made a lot of money being an s.o.b. >> reporter: and over the years, kirk and ann have donated a lot of that money, more than $100 million, to causes close to their hearts, the homeless, alzheimer's. and refurbishing more than 400 play grounds in the los angeles unified school district. >> when you have been born poor, you have sympathy to help other people. so i have given all my money away. i want to go out of this world the way i came in, with nothing. >> reporter: 100 years of life has given kirk a lot. a successful movie career, three
oscar nominations and honorary oscar. and a signature role. >> i'm spartacus. >> reporter: but the name of his personal favorite film of his, the 1962 western "lonely are the brave." does it ever make him want to act again? >> everything made me want to act again. but now, i look and i see all my scripts scripss the room. many movies. >> you hear the term hollywood royalty that's an example. you can watch the 92nd oscars this weekend only on abc 7. no doubt they'll make mention of kirk douglas. the show airs sunday. coverage starts at 5:00.
>> catch a special edition of live with kelly and ryan from the same stage monday at 9:00 a.m. on abc 7. take a look at who was spotted in the bay area. keanu reeves, right in the middle. he was shooting "matrix four." a few weeks ago, he was spotted in alameda eating an ice cream cone. this latest sequel is slated for a may 2021 release. >> whoa! looks like a double scoop he had there. >> i was going to say, what do you do? i can't get the accent down. on to weather. actually a little warmer today. >> meteorologist sandhya patel is here with the latest. >> you probably felt it and noticed it. we're going the keep that trend going. i want to show you some changes that are under way. fog has returned right along the
san mateo coastline and it will expand. something you'll have to look out for. take a look at the ridge of high pressure that is really pushing that storm track up and over the bay area for now. let's check out those temperatures. they're not falling as much, ba because we have higher dew points. most of you in the 40s and 50s. tomorrow, if you enjoyed today's weather, you're going to love the weather tomorrow. because the numbers will be going up, as well. we'll sample two cities. 42 degrees tomorrow morning around 8:00 a.m. in santa rosa. 45 in san jose. around the lunch hour, it will be so nice with the sun out. you'll be able to get outside and enjoy. and the numbers will be around the mid 60s for both cities for the afternoon hours. just kind of an hour by hour timeline. as we look at a live picture, a beautiful view here. here's another vantage point. downtown san francisco, blowing tonight.
foggy areas for the morning commute. warming trend continues the next two days. it is going to be cooler for the weekend. windy on sunday. here's a look at that fog forecast. 5:00 to 8:00 a.m. around the coast, a few patches around the delta. at 8:00 a.m., as well. the fog will linger in patches near the coastline for the afternoon hours. so first thing in the morning, temperatures, thisht30s, 40s. fog is the only thing you will be concerned about or have to watch out for. for the afternoon, we're flirting with 60 degrees here. fremont, 65. and also in concord. we're going to fast forward to next week. the european model is bringing snow in wednesday nevada. also painting a wet picture here
for valentine's day and beyond. so if these models verify, we will be needing the rain gear in the not too distant future. i hope it verifies because we need it. giants fan fest this asaturday. accuweather seven-day forecast. morning fog giving way to warmth, with temperatures in the upper 60s. cooler for the weekend, winds get gusty. don't worry, you'll be watching the oscars right here. >> thanks, sandhya. tomorrow on "good morning america" amy purdy takes her first steps after a long
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all right. appreciate your time. >> thanks for being here. >> dicky: from hollywood, it"s "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- nick kroll. from "sonic the hedgehog", tika sumpter. and music from russ. and now, stay put -- jimmy kimmel! ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: hi there, thank you very much. hi, there, i'm imate ho i'm the host of the show. at the end of what has been a torturous and contentious two months for our country, i don't know if you've heard, but we've been impeaching the president of the united states. at long last today, the senate voted and our long national nigh