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>>that's about 3 and a half miles away from point reyes station members of the search and rescue team found them
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this morning kron four's gayle ong is in marine county with more on our top story. >>members of the marine county search and rescue and canine teams have found the couple we're told who are in great spirits. >>carol cup are skinny and urban are alive and well the marin county sheriff's office tweeted this photo of the palo alto couple in the hospital more than 70 people and rescue dogs set out to search for them in finding their way through dense vegetation and rough terrain so we're searching up the drainage from shower beach. >>is very tough going very tough drainage not halfway up we hear voices, first 2019 but then they started yelling help, they loved each other and light, that's them on saturday morning day 6 of the search the couple was found. >>both carol and ian were airlifted and taken to the hospital suffering from hypothermia. we're told they're experienced hiker is visiting the town of inverness in western marine county for those who live in the rural area where many come to enjoy the nature are happy about the outcome there is something in
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there. their background knowledge to. the able to seeks to seek shelter and refuge the fact that they're still alive is a wonderful miraculous thing the couple never checked out of their air bnb according to the county sheriff's office they left their rental cottage for a hike on the night of valentine's day and got lost in the dark for more than a week. the reason they are most likely alive is because were drinking from a puddle. >>that they found near where they were located sergeant brandon snyder from the county sheriff's office says he spoke to the pair who are thankful after being lost. >>and rescued, they wish to extend their gratitude to all the search and rescue members that you see behind me. >>who are the reason for carolinian being found. >>at last check the couple's at the hospital with their family by their side who are ecstatic to say the least reporting in inverness gayle ong kron 4 news. >>the first told you about the couple being rescued in a push alert through our kron 4
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mobile app make sure to download the kron 4 mobile app and the kron on app for the latest breaking news in the bay area and beyond. it was one year ago, a woman was killed in a landslide at san francisco's fort funston today family friends and first responders gathered at the site to remember the life of cure a scarlet. the 22 year-old was walking on the beach with her dog when suddenly a cliff collapsed trapoing her on her knees kron four's dan thorn was at today's gathering he has more now from her family. >>it was an emotional day care is mom and dad saying they wanted to honor her memory on the anniversary of her death. they say they are so thankful for the support they've gotten so far and they also want to take this opportunity to celebrate her life. >>it was a quiet great day at fort funston in san francisco, but it was still a day for celebration family and friends come together to remember a woman killed in a landslide here last year she loved life, he loved people she incredibly
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caring. dave and susan scarlet wanted to honor the life of their daughter kara at the beach on february 22th, 2019 the 22 year-old was here walking her dog when a cliffside collapsed her dog and her friend made it out but key role was nowhere to be found. it took 33 days for cures body to be discovered as a mother that's the last thing you want to hear it a gut punch following the collapse of several rescue crews and bystanders tried digging through tons of sand and dirt. the work was tireless says san francisco fire chief janee nicholson who joined other first responders in comforting the family, this is all that. >>her parents described as adventurous and someone who loved to explore. >>they wanted to celebrate her spirit by having people come to the place she loved and fly kites and taken the crashing
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waves, it was a nightmare, but it is turned into something just beautiful on. >>and i just it's about chair of bringing all of these people together to celebrate a cure is mother says this tragedy can help people understand to appreciate every moment with their loved one's life is very precious. >>and don't take anything for granted and just love with your whole heart because you just never know what the future will bring carol was a graduate of davis high school in case ville utah her family says that her memory also lives on through a scholarship at the school. >>reporting in san francisco, dan thorn kron 4 news. >>in the east bay, there was a vigil today for a 4 year-old boy who was run over by a car outside of his home in richmond. hector career i was helping his father unload groceries when a car sped by hit the boy and then took off. neighbors tell us there was a problem of car speeding down the road. hector's mom is hoping that the memorial
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outside of her home will remind people to slow down. police did make an arrest in the case the driver's identity though has not been released. health officials confirmed 2 new coronavirus cases in california raising the state's total to 15. the newest case involves a person in sacramento county and also won in humboldt county. now us health officials are preparing for the coronavirus to become a pandemic a doctor says the cdc is working on this and while the virus is not spreading in the us right now they say quote it's very possible even likely that it may eventually happen. the doctor says the goal continues to be slowing the introduction of the virus into the united states. for eyes and atnt and a dozen other technology companies have officially pulled out of the rsa security conference that is set to kick off in san francisco next week. in all 14 companies, including 6 from china have opted out of the event due to coronavirus concerns. the
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federal government is preparing now to move up to 70 corona virus patients from travis air force base in fairfield to a center in orange county, but the destination city is trying to find all this it's the city of s a and they have now asked for an emergency restraining order to block the patient transfers. officials want that halted until the site has been determined to be suitable. the transfers are supposed to happen tomorrow and city officials say they only learned about this plan on thursday. a lot of activity in the area so close a kind of area that isolated and that would be for a scene from quarantining people who have. >>and infectious disease. some of the patients and the government some of the patients in the government care wish that the transfers were reportedly evacuated. >>from the diamond crews princess ship in japan. this comes as the japanese ministry of health is revealing that at least 23 diamond princess passengers were not retested
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for coronavirus before they left the ship. the retesting was a condition of their release japan's health minister said the error was due to a quote operational mistake. one of the passengers who was not retested and then still allowed to disembark has tested positive for coronavirus since leaving the cruise ship on february 19th, this is the first known case of the infection after the end of the passenger quarantine period and stay with us here on kron four's we continue our coverage of the kron a virus on our website you can find the latest numbers of cases and how to protect yourself go to kron 4 dot com and look for the coronavirus tab and are news. these about. >>working together to up to one another. i grew up on all fronts, i'm just delighted to be here. >>the queen of media and all things motivations spent her saturday in the bay area oprah winfrey's 2020 vision tour began on january 4th and has
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stopped in several cities across the country every week sense. kron four's malveaux has more now on her stop in san francisco that oprah fans were going wild just seen it was like there at the chase center today, the tour stop was held as i said at the chase center and it's put on in collaboration with weight watchers now the place was packed of course and oprah definitely did her thing discussing goals for the new decade and urging those in attendance to make 2020 their year of transformation and triumph. area women and men swarmed the chase center saturday as oprah winfrey. >>and a stop in the bay area on her 2020 vision to work.
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>>i love most pray. she is about empowerment i she's about inspiration. she's about choices about unity attendees who spent years watching the media mogul couldn't believe they were in the presence oprah i i wanted to go to chicago to see and opportunity and i'm so excited can't even believe i'm here like many in the audience terry feeney from fairfield is a weight watchers member. >>she says oprah sharing her own health journey inspired her to do the to highlight. all this is incredible this really puts a period in my weight loss journey and and just empowering myself and letting myself again.
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>>the daylong event featured music dancing and of course a conversation aimed at encouraging everyone to live a healthier more abundant we want >>e u. >>attendees went through several workbook exercises with oprah to help them develop their 2020 action plan on each leg of the tour oprah does bring out a special guest today, everyone was surprised with kate hudson. her next stop is in los angeles jennifer lopez is going to be joining her down there next saturday. >>they can well coming up next on kron 4 news at 10 and oakland community is on edge over toxic contamination and the climate high school at 1030 we will hear from teachers who are now asking if the school can ever get past this incident. what the district is also working to find a way to get children back into class. plus 2 deaths in a week during the mardi gras celebration in new orleans, the changes that are
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now coming to parades there. and bernie sanders has done it again the vermont senator declared the winner of the nevada caucuses. the message to his growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors. and now we have to deal with this.
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>>and national news sky. bernie sanders scored a resounding victory in the nevada caucuses today establishing the vermont senator as the clear front runner for the democratic nomination for president. amid escalating tensions over whether or not he's too liberal to defeat president donald trump mary maloney is in las vegas with reaction from the caucasus. >>standing in front of a crowd of cheering supporters a joyous bernie sanders declared victory and now i'm delighted to bring you lost some pretty good knows. the vermont senator conquered the nevada caucuses breaking out from the crowded democratic field no campaign has a grassroots movement like we do. >>which is another reason why we're going to win this election. >>the wind is part of the early state trifecta for the progressive. while so took home the popular vote in iowa and won the new hampshire we have just put together.
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>>a multi generational most the wreckage racial coalition, which is going up not only win in nevada, it's going to sweep this country, nevada is the first racially diverse primary state sanders, a strength shares his appeal to a broad range voters. >>helps to solidify his status as a front runner in the democratic race for president this is our only shot to beat donald trump so i am asking americans to make sure that we get this choice wrecked rounding out the top 4 nevada joe biden pete buttigieg and elizabeth warren got a word tonight for nevada, thank you for keeping me in the fight. >>in south carolina. >>in las vegas, nevada i'm mary moloney. up next south carolina's primary on the 29th and then super tuesday on march 3rd. >>a person was killed by a
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parade float saturday night in new orleans that happened during the mardi gras celebration. witnesses say that the male victim was hit by a tandem float trapped between 2 sections and then crushed underneath. it's the second float related death this week following a woman who was hit and then died on wednesday night. the city's police chief has now called these deaths a sign that is time for change. >>i do have my concerns the thing we have to do our due diligence in making sure that this is a safe call everyone and in doing so i think we have to do it and our job to evaluating the safety measures that can be put into place move the phones. >>the remainder of the parade was canceled, orleans mayor announced tonight that tandem float will not be allowed for the rest of this year's carnival season. now we go to the north bay where officer responded to a sideshow in santa rosa this happened last night around 8 30 in the kohl's parking lot and fairway
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drive. santa rosa police and the chp estimate there were up to 75 cars there. several drivers were cited for vehicle modifications reckless driving another vehicle code violations. santa rosa police say their department has a 0 tolerance policy regarding sideshows and we'll continue to further in force this type of activity within the city limits. drivers may soon have to pay a toll to get on highway 37 state senator bill dodd introduced the plan on friday, the money, reyes would be used to reduce congestion make the route more resistant to rising sea levels highway 37 rose runs through the north end of san pablo bay. it's used by thousands of commuters every day passing through moran sonoma napa and solano counties. the road is also very congested during the commute hours and also as you can see from this video it's pretty prone to flooding. and those problems are expected to get worse with more fallout from climate change. >>no one is crazy about a
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toll, i'm certainly not. but it's the only way to address traffic problems for today's commuters and make highway 37 sustainable for future generations. the fact is. without taking this step. this highway will not get fixed. our lifetime. >>there are still a lot of unanswered questions about this plan at this point it's not clear how much the toll would be or how long it would be in effect or even exactly when it would start. let's take a live look outside right now to talk about our 4 zone forecast here is san francisco on the embarcadero looking at the bay bridge after what was a rather. cool saturday all things considered and a dry one at that meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now with a look at temperatures how they're going to bounce back. for sunday. yeah we're going to notice a little bit of a warm-up on sunday, but the big warm up will start until early next week, but let's take a look at today's daytime highs because we
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noticed a big drop in temperatures for downtown san francisco yesterday we warmed up to 69 degrees today only in the upper 50's 59 degrees in average high should be in the low 60's. so we below average for this time of year in stormtracker 4 tracking very dry conditions. but the return of the marine layer, thanks to that cool sea breeze that helped push in that cloud cover to help cool us down. >>and temperatures out there right now noticeably cooler compared to around this time last night and your from about 14 9 degrees of cooling with the biggest drop in temperatures throughout the bay area's shoreline and even as you make your way inland into san jose and livermore this evening at temperatures right now widespread mid to upper 40's low 50's though still for downtown san francisco and hayward in oakland a little bit warmer in the mid 50's out there right now for your saturday night and overnight lows tonight cooling down into the 40's so we're going to be just as cool tonight as were last night and
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daytime highs for tomorrow, slightly warmer than today near average highs for downtown san francisco warming up into the low 60's mid 60's for those of you in oakland and san jose very pleasant temperatures at 65 degrees for the 2nd half of your weekend santa rosa still going to be relatively warm for you about 10 degrees above average in the upper 60's napa 66 degrees in concord 67 with a redwood city and fremont in the upper 50's but tracking some changes within the next 7 days we're going to remain dry. but then just in time for march first finally seeing some rain returning to our future cast models light to moderate rain throughout most of our sunday and then that storm is going to exit by monday. so we do have a few more days until then, but overall a very dry outlook for next 10 at 10 forecast for the next 7 days. as you can see very dry as we end out february. this is the driest february that we've seen for downtown san
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francisco since the 1800's where we got no rain and this is going to continue as well hard wrap your brain around not the 1900, but the 1800 during the civil war that was when we saw and no rain in downtown san francisco. so it's been a while and this year will repeat itself, but fortunately rain. >>it is coming 8 days now, let's hope that pans out to be something to get let's hope so emmys for the whole month of march, not just march 1st. result we have much tender new details in the investigation into the helicopter crash that killed kobe bryant and 8 others. >>coming up at 1045 what we're learning about the pilots past that may have had an impact on the deadly crash. and if you do not have a real id. yes, you are not alone. but the deadline to get one is fast
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don't have a real id tsa officials will not clear you to fly. if you choose united airlines, the next time you fly it might be a little bit more expensive the airline is increasing baggage fees by $5 meaning the first checked bag. well now the $35 each way for both domestic and short international flights. you can avoid increased by paying for bags 24 hours before the flight. this bump in price takes effect on march 6. >>and thousands of san jose residents are outraged tonight after cancer causing chemicals were found in their drinking water almost a year ago, and they only just recently learned about it. plus neighbors clash over plans for a homeless center in san francisco, some argue it will drive people away from the area. but others say that the issue cannot be ignored what needs to happen before the center opens and dry weather tonight in the bay area but in our extended 10 at 10 outlook trac
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in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message. >>oakland school district officials began testing the air quality of the climates high school today testing will continue through next week and the school will remain closed at least through monday. people living near the west oakland school are concerned after a cancer causing chemical was found in the ground water underneath the campus. now teachers are going public saying they're worried
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about what effect the contamination may have on students and staff, one teacher that we spoke with who did not want to appear on camera but says though that the district is not doing a good job of informing students parents and staff about the dangers on campus. >>we don't know and we're not getting any information the parents are getting ever any information. were quite worried, i'm not about to blame the district for this on the other hand i think it does drive home. environmental quality in west oakland is quite bad blame the district for not checking for all potential environmental issues. >>and not and for coming up with a plan to actually overhaul the school infrastructure. >>some teachers fear that the trust between the community staff and the district will be damaged because of the possible health issues caused by the contamination. again school is closed on monday. kron four's listening to your
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concerns about the safety of drinking water cancer causing chemicals were recently found in the water in the south bay. so i went down to san jose to find out answers to some of your questions. >>11,000 san jose water customers all received a letter in late january letting them know a cancer causing chemical known as p f a s turned up in its water. almost a year ago in march of 2019 i find that absolutely unacceptable bob young questions the time it took to notify customers harmful chemicals for coming out of the tap schools, have been affected health care facilities been affected. >>restaurants have been thousands and thousands of people have been affected by this now he does not drink the water from his we've been drinking. >>contaminated water for i don't know how long and now sen is a water says she wears san jose water tells kron 4 news the water is safe. it took 6 out of 90 wells out of
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service to solve the problem. also in parts as we began proactively monitoring our wells in 20 19 because the state recently established new lower notification and response levels. maryland the block from willow glen also got the letter and worries about the water she was drinking before the testing and what is in it now and i feed my pets. my you know their family. >>and i use everything i use it for cooking i use it for everything that confidence in the water for these customers, it's time ice. i would like to see if they can give us any idea of how they got rid of it and how they're going to keep it gun who's going to fix that. >>who's responsible for and literally who's going to pay for it. >>the city of san francisco is proposing turning this building which is currently a salvation army mission on valencia street into a homeless center. under the proposal the center would hold 30 overnight beds aiming to
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help those with mental health and substance abuse issues. some residents and city leaders are arguing it would provide a necessary service to the community. others are saying it could only bring more problems. >>and benefit the neighborhood because the type of people that we i mean come in and out of the place and now home you have you seen neighborhood in front in people the calm to the area would be afraid to come out being a facility in the neighborhood where people can be right off the streets. >>can get some shelter and also get appropriate behavior health >>seems to me like a win. >>there will be a hearing next month before the public health department and the budget committee to discuss the proposal so far the project has received $3 million from the tipping point which is a nonprofit that fights poverty in the bay area. to help ease the homeless crisis in california governor gavin newsome recently offered nearly 300 parcels of surplus
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state property as sites for homeless shelters, they include this 200 acre campus in sonoma county that's now owned by caltrans the sonoma developmental center once house, 3,000 people with profound special needs. 13,000 people worked there until it closed last year. there are 176 buildings on the sprawling campus. a sonoma county supervisor tells us here at kron 4 news, the building's infrastructure is severely out of date and bringing it up to code that would cost hundreds of millions of dollars. kron 4 is following the homeless problem in the san francisco bay area to check out our stories go to kron 4 dot com and look for the community in crisis page under the news tab. the shell switch things up now to talk about our 4 zone forecast and there is the golden gate bridge doesn't look like any overnight construction there tonight. but a very foggy picture there earlier today and as you saw there in the banner rain. >>is in the forecast. so let's check in now with
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meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez were hoping that the storm that's coming through is really going to pack a punch. yeah, i'm hoping so to so far no word yet on the exact rain totals but rain finally making an appearance after are very dry february and it looks like we're going to end february on a dry note, especially for downtown san francisco at the last time we saw no rain in the downtown area was back. >>in 18 64. but the good news is every time we had the 10 driest february's we also saw rain returning for the month of march and we actually got some pretty super soakers specially 3 notable instances, 1889, 18 52 and the earliest back in 1995. that's when we saw anywhere from 7 to 8 inches of rain for the month of march during these periods so hopefully next month we get some abundant rain because we're already under a deficit with abnormally dry drought conditions in the bay area and for more than half of the
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state of california live look outside from golden gate bridge, we're noticing the return of that marine layer, but unfortunately, no rain in sight at least for the next 7 days temperatures out there right now in the upper 40's to low to mid 50's as you step outside right now with overnight lows. >>cooling down into the 40's and your microclimate sunday forecast tracking plenty of sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures but very little change just by a degree or 2 compared to today's daytime highs downtown san francisco warming up into the low 60's as is half moon bay, top wind speeds light and breezy around 20 miles per hour less brisbane 56 degrees san mateo foster city and even san carlos 50 degrees a pretty uniform numbers there low to mid 60's for those of you in the south bay, san jose 65 degrees mid 60's for livermore and even hayward warming up to 64 degrees tomorrow with 63 degrees from oakland all the way into richmond upper 60's for conquered at 67 degrees
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napping in the mid 60's and flirting with 70's for those of you in santa rosa, but as you take a look ahead at the next 7 day outlook warming up to summer like temperatures for most of this upcoming week very dry weather for the next 7 days but then rain arriving just in time for march miracle on march first so 8 days from now next sunday, so hopefully we'll get some much needed rain and that rain continues all next month long, but it's great to finally see rain back in that forecast one day is better than nothing better than nothing and hopefully march turns out to be that miracle that we're looking forward to hopefully help us bring us out of the drought or at least. >>help to get out fi all right we net out a little bit yeah. thank you think >>kron 4 news attend graduate students at you see santa cruz are continuing to protest. despite the possibility of losing their jobs. >>at 1045 what they're fighting for and which
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presidential candidate is supporting their efforts and now that oakland's police chief anne kirkpatrick is out of a job city leaders are weighing in on the reason behind firing her. what when i cn
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>>in the north how police are searching for a gunman, they say opened fire at a busy intersection surveillance cameras captured what police say is the victim's car. the day before thanksgiving as
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that car leaves another carbon polls and police say 20 year-old alfonso blake appears to get out of the front passenger seat. then he ran towards the street and started shooting as other cars passed by a nearby business owner says it. at least one person in the targeted car fired back. >>the guy just to the of the cross street they just shoot a man. and they guys should back again at the shooter might be laws and a lot of problem. >>police say blake is accused of firing a weapon in a grossly negligent manner. it's the totality of issues and nothing happened in the last week. it was just that we came to a conclusion we approach the mayor, she agreed to join with us and the timing is what it is. we're hearing more now from oakland city leaders about the firing of police chief anne kirkpatrick the oakland police commission
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along with the mayor voted on thursday to dismiss her. >>commission chair regina jackson said there was no smoking gun, but one of the issues behind the decision was an officer-involved shooting that happened almost 2 years ago. this is when 4 oakland police officers opened fire on a homeless man killing 31 year-old joshua pollack there was criticism that the shooting was not justified. because public appeared to just be waking up and there did not seem to be a credible threat to the police officers. the chief though did not discipline the officers involved going against the recommendation of the federal monitor overseeing the police department in that particular case. >>she that the direction of her own supervisor, the monitor. >>he nor did we think that was a good decision. commissioner jackson also says that under kirkpatrick 3 year tenure, the
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police department has taken a step back in compliance with mandated court ordered reforms. >>kirkpatrick has not spoken publicly since she was fired. >>kron 4 news at 10 how the city of los angeles is preparing to remember kobe bryant and a public memorial as we now learn more about the helicopter crash that led to his death. and ahead in sports spring training has finally begun in the san francisco begun in the san francisco giants and the i can't believe it. that chad really was raised by wolves? which one is your mother? that's her right there. oh, gosh. no, i can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on my car insurance with geico. it's really great. well, i'm just so glad to have met your beautiful family. and we better be sitting down now. believe it! geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. tomtrump on the economy.ald his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right.
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>>a graduate student at u c santa cruz are remaining firm in their fight for a living wage, they plan to continue striking and withholding grades despite the possibility of losing their jobs, true andre reports. >>the doomsday clock that's been placed in front of campus all week is inching closer to tonight's ultimatum some 8 grades or face possible termination or kind of stealing ourselves score the potential that we are going to be fired more than 200 graduate students are on strike calling for a $1400 a month increase to the roughly $20,000 a year salaries. for stephanie young from singapore game fired could mean having to leave the country altogether we put all visas in jeopardy. >>my understanding based on composition people immigration lawyers. happens we have to
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leave the country within 60 days physically, he and others have received the support of faculty and students. >>now even presidential candidate senator bernie sanders is just such a strong statement about what we've been able to to build here and today the mayor of santa cruz who is a former u c grad student himself joined the demonstrators say the >>and the sellers says pretty much stay about the same time housing rates on campus susan going to be more fun to go and the city. it can also lead to the city is well almost a $100,000 has been raised for the striking students to legally their workers union can't support the strike since they're under contract, but they say some students can't be terminated been promised employment appointments for the spring. >>we know that if they take them away our union will file grievances. >>meanwhile day 9 of the protesting brought huge
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numbers but much less of a visible police presence is demonstrators blocked the entrance to campus. >>a big story that we're watching tonight we're learning more about the pilot of the helicopter crash that killed basketball legend kobe bryant, his daughter, gigi and 7 others. records show the pilot had previously violated weather-related rules. according to the f a a back in may of 2015. arezzo by and had been denied clearance through los angeles international airport because of reduced visibility. but he flew into the air space anyway. the fda by an admitted to the area error and received counseling. in last month's crash. he had been trying to get special permission to fly through foggy conditions. air traffic control says he was trying to avoid a cloud layer seconds before the crash. that was the last time anyone on the ground heard from him. a public memorial will be held for kohli pride at the staples center on monday tickets are in very high demand. and organizers say if you do not
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have one stay away from the area. chris wolfe explains. >>all the tickets have been distributed. the arena will hold 20,000. >>nearly a month after legendary nba star kobe bryant his daughter and 7 others were killed in a helicopter crash in calabasas the stadium bryant and his lakers called home will host a celebration of life service for the late athlete and global figure. it will start 10:00am monday at staples center. angelenos can expect road closures around the venue and strict enforcement of rules for access law enforcement officials and property managers are warning fans to stay clear of the area if they're planning to just come by and take a do not impact the rest of the law sevice downtown community. >>by trying to come here and be part of something that you will not be a part of we hope that everybody he's the message and they stay either
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in their offices surrounded by their friends or at home with their family and loved ones. >>hundreds of thousands of people converged at staples center in the days following the deadly crash. and 10's of thousands are expected to attend the celebration of life service. >>overall laker fans we all bleed purple and gold, but this is memorial so we need to be conscious of that and you know hopefully nobody uses as an excuse to do anything while we will do our morning like we've been in private at home in private in talking about favorite moments things like you know trying to keep it on the positive. >>and here we go spring training is finally here the san francisco giants host of the rival los angeles dodgers today in scottsdale arizona. derrick rodriguez getting the start for the giants today will go to the top of the 3rd dodgers leading 2 nothing max muncy drives one to right
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center field. back it goes goodbyes there for a solo home run the first home run for the dodgers in spring training. moments later dodgers are up 3 zip enrique hernandez watch this one straight away center way way out of here that is a 2 run shot for hernandez dodgers and extend their lead. an la roles 10 for that's the final now we go to the a's they had their spring training opener against the chicago cubs. bottom of the second no score wilson contreras muscles, one deep left center field that one is gone. out to a picnic blankets a solo shot for contreras cubs strike first, couple batters later cubs leading one nothing kris bryant rips one into left field, one run scores, another run scores on the throwing error. the cubs extend their lead to 3 oakland could not get anything going after that the cubs take out the a's 12 to 2 that's the final and now the a's will host the giants on sunday. spring training to ice the san jose sharks in new
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york taking on the ranger second period tied at one brent burns with a shot tipton by joe story is for the goal. there jumbo joe second goal of the game sharks lee 2 to one 3rd period tied it to a scramble near the goal jesper fast tips it in for the gulf match just torn with his second goal of the game and that there will do it sharks all to the rangers 3 to the final they stay in new york though to take on the islanders. and the cow golden bears in washington taking on the huskies 2nd half washington leading by 30 designer carter from behind the arc goes right and connects with the triple their he's leads the huskies with 16 points, washington rolls 8752, your final. how will host the 18th ranked colorado buffaloes
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