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moore than a decade ago scott peterson was found guilty of murdering his wife and unbjornson. today is he appearing before a judge again. and a high stakes vote in the east bay. why money is coming in to the oakland police department. and san francisco sheriff's deputies taking on a new role to fighting retail crime. and the rush for boosters before the holidays forcing one bay area clinic to run out of shots. we are almost 200 people were just turn away. it's wednesday, december 8th.
we are starting officer this wednesday, cool and cloudy. ist let's get to mary lee with a closer look. >> happy wednesday to you guys. we are looking at cloudy conditions and areas of fog and tracking a weak weather system that could bring a few sprinkles and few showers through the day today and especially by tonight. i will show you future cast in just a moment. it's a foggy start in some locations down to ia quart mile in fairfield. dense fog for you. looking at two and a half -- three miles for concord. as we go through the day we will continue with the cloud cover. cool and cloudy day. most of us in the 50's as we head through the afternoon. mid to upper 50's long the coast. upper 50's around the bay. the chance to see a few showers and i will show you future cast through the day you can see that cloud cover and there we go with the chance to see a few isolated showers. if you are getting ready for the day you may want to bring the rain jacket just in case if you are lucky enough to see it. here we are at 7:00 p.m.
with light scattered shower as was we head through the evening with this weak weather system picking up a few hundred diagnostics of an inch of rain. the temperatures in the 50's for many of us. tracking a stronger storm system. we are excite about that. ly show you that seven day forecast in just a bit. let's economic in with ann for a look at traffic. >> not so good for super commuters right now and 580 traffic sensors showing very slow speeds westbound leaving tracy. it'll take you over 50 minutes to go from interstate 205 to dublin. a back up at the pay gates. a fog advisory in effect over the ridge right now and 11 mini from the maze into san francisco. happening today scott peterson will be sentenced again for the murders of his wife and unborn child. >> justin andrews live outside the redwood city courthouse where peterson is set to make
an appearance. justin. >> we all remember that day back in 2004 when the world watched or the nation watched as scott peterson was found guilty of murdering his wife and their unbjornson. then in 2005 he was sentenced to death. if we fast forward to last year, back in 2020, that's when the california supreme court ruled to overturn his death sentence. they found jurors were improperly dismissed. today he will be sentenced to life, prosecutors say that they won't seek the death penalty again though. even after his resentencing today he will have to come back to court in february for a hearing that will determine if he gets a new trial based on that claim of juror misconduct. a retired judge who has been following this case closely gives us insight on this. take a listen. >> the allegation is that a juror lie about if she had been
a victim of domestic violence. in any time there is juror misconduct it doesn't mean the case is thrown out. the judge has to determine did this misconduct deny scott peterson a fair trial? >> now lacy's family could potentially give statements. we know today is the beginning process of what could be happening next for scott peterson. we are live in redwood city. >> i know it's early. 6:00 but set the stage for us outside the courthouse. we have the high profile trials draw a lot of attention. >> absolutely. we will -- you can see all the media people right here. we have reporters from all of the networks here. a lot of eyes on this and it years with this. last several that's really the scene. i know you said earlier that when this trial was going on more than a decade ago there was a line to get inside the courtroom. we haven't seen that yet this
morning. again, a lot of attention certainly on this case. i will send it back to you. >> lots of eyes as you said. live look at oakland where money will becoming back to police resources following an important move. the council decided last night to fund two more police academies that. will add 60 more officers to the force putting staffing back above the voter mandated minimum of 678. that after a ters exchange between the councilmember and the police chief. >> are you defining bashing by city councilmembers saying that there is -- the clearance rate is one out of six homicides and that our people are saying that they are fought getting calls answered or responses? >> we can have difference in opinion but i just hope that people would understand that this is a difficult job. >> the chief said the
department anticipated losing five officers a month but they are losing eight a month. a live look now from san francisco where new safety measures being taken as we get closer to christmas and all of that holiday shopping underway right now. > what is being done to protect businesses and shoppers out there. >> that's right. as you said especially as we head into that holiday season. here say big one. supervisor yesterday approved legislation that allows off duty sheriff deposits to work as security guards and retail stores and other businesses in the city and county of san francisco. currently only san francisco police department officers are allowed to do this so now this extends this to sheriff deputies. it's a partnership between the police department and the sheriff's office. both say they are committed to preventing the smash and grab theft that we have been seeing happen. take a listen. >> the fact of the mat certify that the san francisco police department was not able to meet
the demand for what was asked of us and now we have our partners from the san francisco sheriff's department that will help those shortages. >> we have many opportunities to provide public safety and services this is one more opportunity for us to do so with our staff who are all trained as peace officers to be a part of the solutions to the problem that face us all as a community. >> as supervisors say this will be paid for and by private groups that choose to hire them. the terms behind the decision head for a final vote next week. live in studio. also in san francisco this morning some confusion about the future of all those popular parklets during the pandemic. business owners have been expressing concerns over new rules and regulations and possible fines. in a post on medium last night san francisco mayor said that the parklts are here to stay. nobody is being fined or forced to change it right now except
in extreme cases. she said the city is working businesses to tell them of changes that need to be made and they are providing grants. i think that if there is a need for the vaccine, we will have a vaccine in march. >> is there a ceo making announcement as the omicron variant continues to spread. less than two hours ago the drug make ear nouned early lab tests show boosters provide protection against the omicron variant. that as researchers in south africa say that new variant partially evades the pfizer vaccine. the ceo said its anti viral pill will also be effective against that new vaant. herethe baa big rush for vaccines and boosters before the holidays. one clinic was forced to turn away almost 200 patients. a county spokesperson said that hours before the 4:30 opening 180 patient was told to
reschedule their appointments. the cause was a staffing shortage with the third party vendor. over at the event center things seemed to be running smoother. >> we are seeing a lot of people with double vaccinations getting covid. >> he it's important to be with our family this holiday. >> remember it does take two weeks toker vaccines to be effective. when it comes to boosters the cdc said it's safe to mix and match. new data released by berkeley shows district students over 12 years old were nearly six times less likely to get covid than unvaccinated students. the data mirrors statewide trends showing lower rates of infection in vaccinated people. since the start of the pandemic there have been -- only two small scale outbreaks at berkeley schools. for more information on the vaccines or how to find boost boosters check out the guide on
kpix.com. it is now 6:09. still ahead, omicron detection in northern california that scientists are showing an early warning system. where it was found. and the big deadline looming for a barry school district. what happens if it doesn't submit a budget plan, next. we are looking at cloudy skies, foggy conditions. temperatures in the 40's and 50's. we will continue with the clouds, it'll continue to be a cool day. we will talk about the chance
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website. it's happening at two. back to the coronavirus coverage the omicron has been found in sacramento. >> team of stanford science activities say they found it in wastewater. they say the detection is an early warning system to help public health officials respond before an automatic break. they are looking for trends, specifically where it's increasing overtime. infectious disease experts call it significant but warn it's still too early to tell how widely it's circulating. >> that's the kind of information that will help public health officials know how to target there are clinical testing to cobb firm what we are seeing and then also to understand the impact of that in terms of the disease in the community. >> researchers have been monitoring wastewater for covid and it's variants in ten cities across northern and central california. a big deadline looming in san francisco for the school board to submit a balanced
budget plan to the state. the board must submit a plan to the state by next wednesday. if declined by the department of education official its could order state intervention. according to the sf chronicle they are facing a $125 million short fall. the superintendent is proposing a plan to include $50 million in cuts to school sites and millions more to support service as mida loss of more than 4,000 students in recent years. the inflation we are seeing at the grocery store is hitting local food banks the marin food bank looking for volunteers and donations to try to help out. i spoke to the executive director about how rising food costs affecting them. >> with reall experiencing what it feels like with egg prices. and we are not immune to rising food costs, at the very moment where our community is turning to us more than ever before. >> we can come out and support the prebanning of groceries, you can drive those home
delivered groceries. >> the san francisco marin food bank distributes 1.3 million meals to 450,000 households every week and that's 28,000 more than before the pandemic. and happening today as we look live from san francisco the sf marin food bank to celebrate 840,000 deliveries powered by door dash. they will talk about how project dash broadens food access in the bay area. a remind fresh bay area families drive is on right now to donate your time or money. this holiday season just go to kpix.com/give. >> let's look at the sierra. this is a iribarren looking run at the sugar bowl ski resort. little patch of snow. there is some good news on the way chances for snow in the coming days. >> we need to gnat america that spot. >> little bit of snow there and i will say this. we have some good news for you up in the sierra for later on
today into tomorrow. they could see a half foot to a foot of new snow as we look to this next weather system. this they are going to catch more snow thankfully so for us maybe a sprinkle or two. a few showers with the weather system it. will miss us a but. we do have that chance and we have a greater chance of seeing more rain as we look to next week. ly show you this in just a moment. something we are excited about. here we go. a live look at san francisco. you can see that gray start to the day. tracking clouds, tracking foggy conditions this morning. watch out for that. our temperatures are running in the 40's and the 50's as we start off the day and i will say this. as you get ready for work or cook you may want to just bring your rain jacket because we are looking at the chance to see a few showers if are you lucky enough to catch it. looking at that fog. down to three quarters of a mile in fairfield, that fog, there for you two and a half.
sunrise at 7:12. sunset at 4:50 this afternoon. tracking next storm system taking shape, not all too impressive with this weather system. it's a weak weather system bringing a few showers our way. timing out on future cast and you can see poti showers as we head through the afternoon. we are going to see plenty of cloud cover. take will keep us on the cool side. here we are as we head through this evening with a few shore showers and as we head through tonight, looking at some light scat oared showers. we are looking at those cooler temperatures, many of us in the 50's, along the coast, mid to upper 50's. around the bay upper 50. 459 oakland. upper 50's. low 60's for the peninsula and highs inland. mid50's for the north bay. something we are excited about. this weak river as we look to
sunday into monday, we could see one to two inches of rain. that is something that we are closely monitoring for you. seven day forecast, san francisco, oakland and san jose, as we look to thursday, friday, saturday, it'll be cooler and there we go with the rain chances as we look to sunday and especially by monday and tuesday of next week as we look to the inland east bay, the north bay and the coast. cooler thursday, friday, and saturday. looking at that storm system, that weak river sunday into monday and the storm door wide open as we look to next week. let's check in with ann fox a look at traffic. >> filling in for gianna on the traffic. checking the main travel times. traffic sensors in the red right now for super commuters on 580. westbound from tracy and westbound 4 now over 35 minutes to go from highway 160 to 80. at the bay bridge toll plaza looking live there. seeing quite a back up at the pay gates. the metering lights on and a
fog advisory has been posted over the bridge. it'll take you about 12 minutes to drive from the maze into san francisco. quick look at the golden gate bridge, photograph sick moving well. seeing just a few shores there. 20 minute ive thbridge in 37 in nevado. seeing more cars westbound, a 12 minute drive from heyward into foster city. new, the muni's j line is going back in to the tunnels. the route will return to its full route starting in the new year it. may not navigate the tunnel long. they are trying to figure out a way to use historic street cars to turn it into a surface route. still to come california taca ria targeted. the smoker stolen. right there on cam a. how the crook waste nod time trying to make quick cash.
good morning to you. happy wednesday. thank you for starting off your day with us. it's a cloudy start for us. areas of fog. here is a live look with the treasure island camera. that gray start to the day. temperatures running in the mid to upper 40's to low 50's. tracking a weak weather system that could bring a few isolated showers. we are looking at cool temperatures for today. your lunchtime forecast, looking at temperatures in the mid450's by your noon hour. from the coast. the bay and the inland. san francisco at noon. those clouds in the sky. 56 degrees for your lunchtime forecast in oakland. looking at 55 with cloudy skies, by your lunchtime. southwesterly winds on the light side and for the south bay, san jose good morning to
you for your lunchtime forecast. mostly cloudy skies at 58 degrees. again the chance to see a sprinkle, maybe a spritz through the day today and by tonight, future cast going hour by hour coming up back to you. a popular roseville taceria has been targeted by a thief. this will go in the dumb criminals file. restaurant had their meat smoker stolen. surveillance caught it showing the crook targeting it. while away the 2,500-dollar smoker. they posted a picture online and a friend texted they had spotted the smoker on facebook market place for sale. >> i thought someone was going to call the cops and say i know that guy or -- no he actually posted the yet for sale. >> roseville police say they are looking for the suspect and that listing did give them a huge lead in the case. the store was just named the
best taco in all of northern california by sf gate. >> yeah. >> try that. >> post it on facebook market place with your picture. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> we will see. it's 6:26. coming up, and streaming on cbsn wary. >> a mor admission from elizabeth holmes as the founder testifies in her own defense. what was said in court. and he was convicted of murder. about 17 years ago. now is he being resentenced in just a matter of hours. i'm justin andrews following the hearing today up next. and a sad state avenue fairs in san francisco.
here are your morning headlines. san francisco said it'll allow off duty deputies to work as security guards. it's another way the city hopes to curb retail crime. the terms behind the decision head for a final vote next week. the oakland city council has agreed to increase the number of police officers. this amid a wave of violence in the city. the council voted last night to fund two more academies that will add 60 more officers to help bring them back to the 737 authorized positions. pfizer announced early lab tests show booster prosecutor side protection against the
omicron variant. pfizer said its pill will also be effective against that new variant. good morning. lots going on this wednesday. december 8th. good morning to you. first up a first of check of the forecast on this wednesday and you mentioned that chance of rain for us today. you see you a s pritz. we will take it. we are looking at a weak weather system that will provide a few isolated showers. maybe just a few hundred diagnostics of an inch. it's something for us. i stronger storm system. the early next week and i will have more on that. that stronger storm and seven day forecast. it's a cloudy and foggy start to the day. we are looking at the visibility down to a three quarters of a mile in fairfield and looking at three miles as well as for concord. the clouds will stick around for us as we head through the day it. will be a cool day because that have cloud cover. we are looking at daytime highs
along the coast. mid to upper 50's. and mid to upper 50's to low 60's inland with the chance to see a few isolated showers as we go through the day today. big back up at the pay gates. the meters rights on and there's a fog advisory over the bridge. it'll take you about 15 minutes to drive from the maze into san francisco. checking the main travel times. traffic sensors in the red for super commuters on 580. over 50 minutes to drive westbound from tracy to i-680. slow on interstate 80. almost ten minutes highway 4 to the maze. scott peterson heading back to court. suspect years after he was sentenced to death for murdering his wife and their
unbjornson. >> how we got to this point. justin. >> today we will learn what's next for scott peterson. we know it'll not end here. he will will have to come back into a courtroom in a few months. let's talk about how we got to this point at least with this case to figure out today. it was back in 2004, that's when he was convicted of murder. then he was sentenced in 2005 to death. the supreme court in august of 2020 overturned that death sentence. they say they found jurors were improperly dismissed. today peterson will be resentenced to life. even after that today, he will have to come back to court in february. that hearing then will determine if he gets a new trial based on the claim of misconduct. this case is one that gripped the nation when prosecutors say he murdered their wife and
unbjornson. >> the supreme court said there was sufficient evidence of his guilt. they weren't concerned about if there is any issue with the guilty verdict. brace yourself. there may be no new trial at all. or we may have a start it again. >> you heard her there. we are see what happens. that hearing gets started at ten this morning. we are live in redwood city. >> also elizabeth homes will be on the stand after admits her company's devices were never used by the military in car zones. saying the military was using blood analyzers. they brought up five witnesses who testified that holmes told them just that.
>> it goes to her credibility and impeaches it and makes her look like she is intending to deceive people. that's exactly what the prosecution is alleging. lynn will be in the courtroom and give us the latest throughout the day. > data shows sfpd central district home to tourist hot spots is seeping the highest number of smash and grabs. here is some of the most recent smash and grabs on grant avenue and china town. this happened in feet of bystanders. a driver gets in to his car near the bottom of his screen as the thief peers in to the victim's car. takes a swing and goes back for more all while people nearby just carry on.
>> in november city data shows there were more than 3,000 reports of larceny theft in san francisco. the warning berkeley police this morning. officers say that a man stalked and threatened a high school student as they walked to class. happened monday morning near mcgee avenue and channing way. the teen said this guy walked up to her to ask for help finding his daughter. she said then he followed her and threatened her with a knife. she was able to get away and find help. no concern over the omicron is driving americans to get vaccinated. 12.5 million got the past week. the nation is approaching 800,000 killed by covid. it may be less severe but the delta is still driving high case numbers and hospitalizations across the country. here in the bay area a new
call to crack down on contra costa businesses that won't check for proof of vaccination. one business has been forced to shut down for failing to follow health orders but 13 businesses are refusing to comply. yesterday karen said she wants a detailed worth on what is being done to force the businesss in to compliance. should said we have a few variant and what's to prevent another business ying there is nothing being done? doctors bracing for a surge during the holidays. this was flu season takes hold and more are exposed to the omicron and delta variants. health officials have limited data about that newer strain.
omicron is quite contagious. >> we hearing it's two to three more times more contagious. if are you walking around and we know from covid in general that -- the virus stays in the drop let that can stay in the air and for hours. >> the mayor is a unless nothing a flu plan to combat climate changes. the goal is to hit net zero carbon emissions in the city by 2040. that countries six key points. increasing use of public transportation and reducing food waste. in her announcement the mayor said the plan takes our goals and lays out the strategies and actions we need to take, turns in -- turn those goals in to reality. there is a lot of work ahead but i'm hoping for the future. if our response has shown us
anything it's that when san francisco stands together we can meet any challenge. lawmakers have reached a deal to raise the debt limit to allow democrats to increase borrowing without boat votes republicans. putin getting a strong warning say figure the country attacks ukraine a price will be paid. buy deposit warned of economic sanctions against russia in response. those measures include cutting off western investment to russia and increasing taxes on russian goods to make them unaffordable to western shoppers. russia has 100,000 troop as long it's bored we are ukraine. the country arguing it's not an act ofa appreciation but there's won stern that it is over the ukraine attempts to join nato. it's now 6:38. coming up here on kpix5 and ea e biou that ill talk
caa massive rippagll owa new future to get you to take a break from its app. we will explain next. very interesting. here is a look at what you can expect. it is a cloudy and foggy start. as we lead through the day today. a cool day. many of us in the 50's and chance to see a few showers. we will talk about that and a seven day forecast with a stronger storm system coming our way. and the market just opened a few minutes ago. let's take a quick check on the big board. the dow sup just a bit about 23 points. a quick preview of what's coming up on cbs mornings. good morning. ahead on cbs mornings we have new data on the omicron variant. we have a reality check and how we can protect ourselves. also we have end of the year money tips to help you save big on tact day next spring. we sit down with michael j fox.
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office. meta platform said it plans to reopen its offices across the nation in january. its that's affecting a lot of us. people moving out of the area. lot cheaper to leave. cbs money watch.com. thank you. lift off of the ms20 with two japanese split flight participants. >> on this rocket japanese bill air and his production assistant. rocketing into outer space today. his trip marks the first self funded tourist mission in a decade. the two were scheduled to spend 12 days in space. he also book aid fly by around the moon on the star ship.
that is scheduled for 2023. he will be joined on that trip by eight competition winners. the faa is warning 5g wireless could cause an air safety risk and could result in flight diversions. sensitive air craft technology such as radio which help pilots democrat how high they are above the ground with poor visibility. it's and have plans to launch them early next year. ed amazon cloud service network had a major outage for hours. it's not just major corporation that felt the pain. which makes online learning and
teaching possible for academic institutions shut down as well. >> i wasn't able to access my homework or study divides for finals. >> a lot of companies rely on amazon. a lot of them rely on google and microsoft. things can go back and cascade around the internet in a bad way. >> amazon release its a statement saying it mitigated the problem about five hours after the initial report. a top official at instagram will testify as the app faces scrutiny on the mental health of kids. this as instagram just launch aid new tool to get you off the app. this is too eliminate the dangers of mindless scrolling. they will take a break after a certain period of time. some of the teams are
recommended. >> what? >> i'm sorry. >> my mind was. >> mind alsoly scrolling. >> there's a trap we have all gotten in to. those reels. i just keep going and going. >> we may be missing something. >> right. it's bad. >> it is. you have fog out there in the berkeley hills this morning. with very a live look with shannon and boy, check that out. hard to make out anything from the berkeley hills and the upper 50's. foggy conditions out there. please be safe if you are about to head out and hit the roadways. we are dealing with low clouds and areas of dense fog. mid to umer 40's to low 50's at
this hour. we are track a weak weather system. ly show you this on future cast in just a moment. we are looking at the visibility in fairfield down to three quarterrers of a mile looking at two miles for santa rosa. there we go with the storm system that's starting to take shape this is not a big storm by any means. not a wash out. it's a weak weather system that will bring a few showers our way. here we go. we go hour by hour and you can see a few showers as we head through the afternoon. we will see plenty of cloud cover. this evening with a few who showers and -- by 9:00 p.m. light showers. not expecting a lot in that weather model may paint at least more impressive view whatever we could see. with that cloud cover we are going to see cooler temperatures for today. many of us in the 50's.
5 in pacifica. along the coast. upper 50's arounded bay. 59 in oakland, peninsula, upper 50's to low 60's and inland for the south bay. san jose in the low 60's looking at the inland east bay. 59 for the tri valley and mid50's for the north bay for the napa valley. something we are excited about. this stronger storm system coming our way, a weak river as we look to sunday into monday and we could see about one to two inches of rain. all eyes on that monitoring that closely for you. seven day forecast, san francisco, oakland and sap jose. again a few showers possible today. cooler thursday, friday, saturday, and there we go with that storm system sunday into unmonth and in fact into next week we are looking at the storm door wide open for next week. inland east bay, the north bay and the coast. cooler, more sun thursday, friday, saturday and there we go with that storm sunday into monday and into next week. time now for bay area bright spots. nothing like classic holiday
lights to line the roof of your home. this photograph sent to us from kim and ken in concord, love seeing mount diablo in the back browned. thank you, happy holidays to you both and we want to see your lights this holiday season. e-mail your pictures and videos. let's check in with ann and how are the main travel times? >> yeah. looking a little slow. and westbound 4 over 40 minutes to go from highway 160 to i-80. big back up there. let's look at interstate 880 and oakland. more cars but traffic still
moving well in both countriehey into foster city. quick check of mass transit. bart, muni, bay father ferries all running on time. he was convicted of murder 17 years ago. today is he being sentenced. the new collaboration to give a new meaning to the chocolate and wine pairing. >> and streaming today on cbsn bay area food banks experiencing high levels of need this year. we talked to crosb why the food bank at -- sorry, 8:15 and then at 8:30 in a weather extra segment we follow up on reports of low snow winters. you can watch at kpix.com or on the app. with are also on the cbs news app. you can download it for free. the eight minutes now before 7:00 and before we take a break taking a look at the is
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jurors were kiss missed many promisely. prosecutors say they won't seek the death penalty again though. after this resentencing today he will still have to come back to court in february. that's when they will determine if he gets a new trial or not. lacy's family could also make statements during today's hearing, that hearing gets started at ten. we are live in redwood city. i'm justin andrews. kpix5. live here in studio. new measures being taken in response to smash and grab thefts and as holiday shopping ramps up. a big decision from san francisco supervisors, yesterday. they approved legislation that allows off duty deposits to work in retail stores and other bids in the city and county of san francisco. currently only san francisco police officers allowed to do this. this now extends to sheriff deputies this will be paid for for and by private group that choose to hire them. the san francisco sheriff said
this overtime for deputies is not going to affect their current staffing levels this is all with hopes to help meet the demand for increased security and make it safer for people as they shop. bay bridge toll plaza. big back up approaching the pay gates. the metering lights on and a fog advisory over the bridge. things moving pretty well. 15 minute drive from heyward into foster city. >> all right. tracking that fog for you this morning. let's check the visibility. we are dealing some dense fog in spots. that gray start looking at three quarters of a mile in fairfield. a mile and a half in santa
rosa. that gray start. mid to low 40 to low 50's. we will continue to the cloud cover. mid to upper 50's. upper 50's along the bay and low 60's inland for the daytime highs. that cloud cover for the bay area. as we look to tonight could see light showers pushing through. we aren't expecting a lot. just a few hundred crediting drugs of an inch of rain. if you are going out the door grab that rain jacket. the temperatures in the 50's. 58 in san francisco, highs
inland. upper 50's for concord. livermore, the tre valley. daytime highs in the low 60's. ba toyou.ernoon mpes. >> looking forward to the rain. >> how would you like a 2-1 combination. modesto bare foot rain just revealed it's latest flavor, oreo thins red blend. it is set to have flavors of chocolate and cookies and cream along with notes of oak. >> okay. i'm in. >> i'm in too. >> you are both in with this, chocolate and wine. perfect pairing. >> what's your problem? i don't like that combination for me. we have a lot to unpack after this show today. >> we do. over some wine that doesn't taste like chocolate.
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