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>>health organization says nearly 1400 people have died from the coronavirus most of them in china where the virus originated in the who may province in the us. the cdc has tested more than 400 cases from airport screenings and local health departments for the coronavirus so far 15 people in the united states have tested positive. but there are no deaths reported here a reporter arches she said ray goes inside the cdc for an exclusive look at how they're managing to respond to this disease. >>inside the cdc's emergency operations center medical response teams are tracking trends and monitoring the coronavirus we've learned
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everything we know since early january raise we entered into 2020. we're talking about a brand new disease of unknown etiology common signs of the corona virus arefever cough and breathing problems and we know that the otr coronaviruses are primarily spread through respiratory droplets. the cdc says around 600 people are in quarantine acro the us, most of them are state employees who recently returned from china where the cases in the united states have mostly been in travelers who are returning from who've a province in central ina. there been 2 instances of transmission the ited states that have been to household contacts of people who returned from wuhan. >>and develop symptoms. the cdc is deployed around 800 people across the us, the airports and federal quaranne stations to manage the outbreak of the coronavirus. >>inside the emergency operations center here at the cdc headquarters they're also
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battling a bullet and polio, the biggest concern for american health officials now is to prevent the virus from spreading here there's a lot of activity going on ani think it's it's kind was settling into a rhhm still letter urgencyabout different aspects of the response and for some weeks yet we don't on know exactly what the potential of this virus might be and what it'sgoing to do so we wat to be aggressive. we nt to lean forward and as mu as possible we want to stay ahead of this epidemic, the cdc has issued a travel advisory for americans to not visit china unless it's essential reporting of the cdc headquarters are fish adri. >>a man accused of opening fire on board a greyhound bus in california has pleaded not guilty 33 year-old anthony williams of capitol heights, maryland pleaded not guilty thursday to one count of first degree murder and 5 counts of attempted murder in kern county superior court. shooting happened on february 3rd along interstate 5 in
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grapevine authorities and a witness a williams was kirsteiand muttering incoherently before he opened fire on the bus other passengers disarmed him an forced him off the us a woman though was killed and 5 other people wounded. williams is due in court april 28 tonight we're learnig more about the memorial planned for kobe bryant and his daughter gigi both bryant's will be honored during a celebration of life at the staples center in los angeles side. >>february 24th at 10:00am. the lakers released ticket informatiotoday saying proceeds will benefit bryant's mamba and momma c to sports foundation through monday fans can register for the chance to buy tickets on the cketmaster website tickets range in price from. $224 to $24.2 each the 2 and the 24 are significant because they represent the jersey numbers koby and gigi war. 4 zone forecast now to take a live
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look outsideith us some arndt's that's actually what the weather looks like and the check on the weekend lauren yeah weekend looking good, although we're going to start to see some that when come back a little bit on sunday night is when these ast couple of weekends, what's going to breeze maybe some 30 plus mile an hour gust that. >>out there right now beautiful valentine's evening, if you're headed out the door mostly clear skies out there a little cool in spots, no rain to speak of skin under skies of the doppler. yeah, just company drops out there right now that's the way it's been for the better part of january federal we're going to try and change that though s we get in the next 10 days or so here's the forecast for tomorrow we'll see some sunshine and me high clouds 60 in san francisco about 63 degrees in oakland 68 very nice spring like temperature in the san jose by tomorrow afternoon lauren forecast molly you can see the track has been staying well to the north where the storm storm after storm headed city northwest. they have been seeing some epic rain and some flooding up there while we're staying dry in california. see the track because lower just a little bit the high clouds move in or skies. but we stay dry on saturday, the fro
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finally dives through but is not any energy with to bring us any rain au's we head into sunday, but we will see those winds begin to kick up in fact come that offshore wind i think as w get into monday and tuesday little blustery around the bay area to begin this next week and then in long lines things begin to change a pattern looks like we might see an entire shift as we head in toward at least that following week but that s way out there in the forecast finally trying to bring some rain in by the following monday and then it looks like as we get that last full week february and into march, the whole pattern looks like it could be wetter than normal we'll have to wait and see but that's way looks right now overnight are going to be a little cool lows will generally be in the 30's in the 40's around the bay area tomorrow by day mere enjoy a warmer day 50's and some 60's starting out sunny, but then the clouds begin to roll in late today, a little cool along the coastline in the 50's about 63 degrees in san carlos. you see a lot of 60's almost 70 degrees and parts of the south bay 68 degrees in san jose 69 in pleasanton about 67 degrees in walnut creek and orinda 63 degrees
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and play all 64 the napa valley about 68 degrees in santa rosa. next few days go to keep things dry. those winds kicking up though on sunday and probably say pretty windy through the middle of next week. it marks 2 years since the deadly shooting at majory stoneman douglas high school. >>a mentally disturbed gunman killed 17 people there and for many in south florida and around the country. they're remembering the lives lost geovany tests has more. >>there's no way to >>a school that 2 years ago was changed forever. on february 14th 2018, 17 lives were lost at marjy stoneman douglas high school i myself last couple friends too. >>so it's a little hard students heading to class on this valentine's day with their hearts heavy i feel better rather than staying here than the home of some weren't here at the time, but still feel the impact i wasn't herefor the incident i was on
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the in 7th grade. >>i feel that instead of me staying home. i should help out with the people that heed out shooting as part of the district's day of service and love a breakfast held at msd for first responders. >>broward sheri gregory tony attending is difficult. >>to come in and see althese young folks given us applause and sam, thank you for services undetanding that not too long ago we came up short broward schools superintendent robert runcie ao here sharing some of what the district has done. >>since that day we've invested over a $100 million in safety and security measures, including adding thousands of additional video surveillance cameras. >>and we have to continue to safeguard this community. it continued to heal together. >>president trump is officially diverting billions of dollars fr the military to the border wall, i'm alexander le mon at the white house coming up, i'll tell you
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about the criticism from both democrats and republicans laughed we continue our black history month sers by troducing you to a man who's breaking barry barriers in space and tom steyer: listen, every democrat runni for president
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so, i can take on donald trump on the economy - and beat him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message - because there is nothing more powerful than the unified voice of the american people. been one year since president trump declared a border emergency and began transferring money from the military to construction of the border wall yesterday, the president notified coness of
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billions more dollars will be transferred washington correspondent alexander le mon reports the move is drawing criticism from democrats and somerepublicans in congress. >>president trump is moving an additional billion from this year's defense budget to build the border ll with this was tough. when you want to get. >>hundreds of millions of dollars for a wall. and you have an opposition party that won several pun borders, some of that money was expected to pay for military equipment. >>like new fighter jets and naval ships, the money is in addition to the billion of taxpayeroney that's already been spent on the border wall much of that money was taken from military construction projects democrats like alabama senatodoug jones criticize the change that could affect the tional security. >>just for a political purpose, and that's all this is at this point. this wall now is a political. >>promise the ranking republican on the house armed services committee said in a
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statement that while he supports the wall he does not support taking money from the military budget to build it in that statement, texas congressman mac thornberry said that undermines the principle of civilian control of the military and is in violation of the separation of powers. hector garza with the nationalborder patrol council came from texas to meet president trump friday. it's still a national emergency we're seeing a lot of the drugs coming we're seeing a lot of people are being smuggled into this country garza says the money is needed to help secure the border. in washington, alexandra leigh mouth. >>up next some believe the latest feud between president trump and attorney general william barr is fake as soon as i started talking about
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putting term limits on congress, washington insiders went crazy. they said term limits are bad, that they'll break government. what a joke! congress is working fine for politicians and corporations, but it's not doing anything for real people on climate, health care or gun safety.
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the only way we get new ideas is electing new people, including a president willing to shake-up washington. i'm tom steyer and i approve . general william barr personally intervene in the case of president trump ally roger stone this week. barr's justice department reversed its own lawyers and requested a lighter sentence for stone. they did it just hours after trump tweeted the sentence for his friend was too harsh are denies he was trying tohelp stone because of his friendship with trump. he also criticized the president's tweets but some believe bars push bag may have been disingenuous that it may have been staged laura jarrett reports. >>attorney general william barr delivering an unusual public rebuke of president trump.
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>>the with some of the some of the tweets are rare showing of disapproval from one of the president's most loyal cabinet members, i'm not going to be bullied or influence by anybody and i said at the time whether it's congress newspaper editorial boards for the president i'm going to do what i think is right. >>you know i think the i cannot do my job here at the department. >>with a constant background commentary that ares criticism coming as the justice department is under extreme scrutiny after he intervened to reduce the recommended sentence a longtime trump associate roger stone. >>did you talk to the president at all abouyour decision garding the recommendations. the recommendations on that this case never anybody from the white house call you to try to influence you know. >>but barr admitting trump's tuesday tweet callg stone sentencing recommendation a
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miscarriage of justice. well it did force him to re evaluate his next moves that's the tweet occurred the question as well. >>now what do you go forward with what you think is the right decision or do you pull back because of that we've done that just sort of illustrates had disrupted the streets can be. >>a trumofficial telling cnn the president is not upset with the attorney general after his neither of the president's strongest allies the president made a great choice when he picked mill barr to be attorney general i think the president should listen our is one of the president's biggest protectors, critics point to what they call his miss characterization of the mueller report findings and his willingness to launch an investigation into the igins of the russia probe last year bar push back and dismiss those critiques that everything is gauged by politics from my perspective. >>and the idea of resisting a democratically ected president and basically throwingeverything, really changing the norms on the
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grounds that we have to stop this president that's where the shredding of our of our norms and our institutions a sucker right. >>the attorney general again denying he is doing the president's bidding he were to say you know go investigate somebody because yeah and you sense, it's because their political opponent. >>then attorney general should carry that i wouldn't carry that the democrats remain skeptical of barr's motives i think it's very important to question the sincerity of the attorney general i think that's why. >>the president's response was so muted look this is an attorney general who from the day he arrived in office has behaved as the president's defender house speaker nancy pelosis slamming bar for his handling of the situation. the attorney general has stoop to such levels. he's lied to congress for. which you will be in contempt. he has a. engaged in these activits. what a disappointment to our country. that was laura jarrett reporting the new york times reports that quote the
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attorney general had let the president know. >>some of what he planned to say barr is set to testify before the house judiciary committee in march. we continue to celebrate black history month by shining a spotlight on some of the people who are breaking barriers tonight. >>clayton turner of the national langley research center in hampton virginia. he's making history in his new role as that facilities first african american director anita blanton introduces >>3 2 one and liftoff. and no longer hated here at the nasa langley research center in hampton is the part played by african-americans in contributing to an incredible journey that continues to shoot far beyond the moonfrom the human computers now memorialized on the walls we built this complex facility with all the latest computer technology in there. >>to do something she did with the mechanical adding machine. >>that's pretty amazing now
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you'll find state of the art machines out of public view that have the capacity to process even the most problematic calculations today, the katherine johnson's mary jackson's dorothy bonds and more they're the foundation that we build on to go further time has led us to a day when across the street and down the hall of this facility is a less trees leaders. >>you'll find that the early perseverance of those whose names were for so long unknown led to an increasing appreciation for diversity and i asked her for counseling had conversation about why still doctor paving the way for the first black man to take charge when somebody comes and sees the pictures in the future. we'll see a reflection of america. i had the opportunity to sit down with clayton turner to freely shares that he failed geometry in grade school and still went on to become an electrical engineer on his journey here i want to celebrate the idea. yes, the first african american to sit in this seat. >>and i don't want that to be a and on a t r rarity. the
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first is a great thing and we celebrate it, but it shouldn't be the last. >>he says nasa never crsed his mind early in life so we spent a great deal of his time now in the community demystifying their it's a literally out of this world i talked to a 2 year-old. >>about a class about gravity aerothermal dynamics coating because they're actually believe or not books for 3 year olds on those topics and they get it. >>even coaching on a football field he's slipping in a little more context to the cut to reach the end zone with time left on the clock to be able to just make said in that conversation. >>it's amazing to see how much it sticks in that maer it's about expanding their imaginations and now i have the opportunity to make that connection to that next generation that will see themselves here his very present shows them they too could someday be among the creative geniuses here figuring out ways for humans to live and work in outer space. what they talk about as watch rockets and we build widgets and technology. a big
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part of our role is inspiration and the more diverse the room of innovats developing the latest technology for the next mission becomes the more everyone can feel inspired to join in to serve the nation s. >>we need all the mines in an issue we need to reach out everyone we can bring those people out this to this amazing job, you air human space flight. >>that was anita blanton reporting and make sure to tune in on saturday night february 22th at 9.30 i'll be hosting now a hidden history special celebrating black history. >>mark will get us ready for another edition of the bay area sports night with the latest from the giants at spring training camp in arizona that's coming up. >>another big weekend ahead, we'v got a lot of
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>>i'm a small heading up the sports world are covered or joins us now from the set a bay area sports night him mark. >>hello there. yeah, baseball taking over the sports news cycle this week was pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training catch up with the latest on the giants and also more fall out from the houston astros sign stealing scandal, you can just tell already it is going to be a long a long season for the houston astros will be talking about that you can call on the shelf for 1, 5, 7, 6, 6, 0, 7, 6, 7, 4, 1, 5, 7, 6, 6, 0, 7,
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6, 7. let's talk some sports bay area sports night 7 o'clock on the kron on app. >>see there to stand up and we'll see you at 7 mark all right lawrence. >>they got lot of stuff going on in the bay area this weekend of coursa valentine's day this weekend. what we're talking about vet how about this the low rent a car show that is going to be in san francisco are free those hydraulics those cars going up and down and yeah it is going to be a sight to see headed out there grab a jacket will be a little bit cool temperatures in the mid 50's that starts at noon it will be breezy though on sunday, this is a great event this the shelter museum in santa rosa that is free if you wantto go check out snoopy yeah the game is going to be free go check that out that is a 10:00am on sunday, 7 mixture clouds and again a little bit breezy out there as well about this one another free event this one bolero this is the grand opening in alameda. having free bowling at least one game if you want to get out there but it's first come first serve if you head outheir
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opening up at 11 o'clock in the morning temperatures going to be the low 60's. it will be a little bit breezy out there in the afternoon. this one to work off all those calories off from all the green on valentine's day. this is the super run it's not a free event there's actually charge but they give me a cape to go long with that so everybody dressed up like a superhero in or out their goal for run in san jose, a nice 5 k so that should be a great time out there if you want to do that it will be a little bit cool in the morning early on temperatures low tomorrow warming up getting near 70 degrees. the warmest spots inland a nice weekend a little bit breezy on sunday continued with the >>thank you thank you for being with us we'll see you again at 8.
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