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concerns are growing nationwide with the coronavirus . the first case confirmed in california. we will tell you about the steps airports are taking to try to prevent that deadly outbreak from spreading. a looming deadline for hundreds of homeless campers in santa rosa. the new area they are being moved to. not everyone happy about the location. and ours, the 49ers will get on a plane and go to miami for super bowl liv. we will be live with what players are saying and a look at which fans are buying the most tickets. from ktvu fox news, this is mornings on 2 mac. good morning to you and welcome to mornings on 2. i am
claudine wong. i am frank mallicoat and rosemary joins us with a little bit of rain. still a little soggy this morning with some drizzle falling around the bay area and if you fight showers. here is a look at the golden gate bridge. covered in that cloud cover. you can see the roadway there is . we will continue with scattered showers to the morning and then as we get into the afternoon we are drying out. let's take a look at the rater where again most of the rain fell overnight and you can see it is on the east edge of the bay area moving through the sacramento valley into areas of the north bay. a few sprinkles picking up on some green around petaluma. shifting into the peninsula along the coastline and the peninsula, a few scattered showers. sfo perhaps with a few sprinkles.
in the east bay, along 880 switching towards 580, scattered showers reported in union city. you have wet weather overhead. let's go into this er where the snow was falling and the leverage was are high at donner pass. lookover lake tahoe, that shade of green indicating it is rain falling over tahoe this morning and not the snow. getting into the second part of your morning showers to begin to wind down and we are looking at dry weather for the second part of your day. it is a mild start to the day. i will have a look at temperatures and what to expect for the week ahead and rainfall amounts coming up. sonoma county authorities are expected to start moving homeless campers into a sanctioned camp on the summit. the county is offering to move the 60 people to the camp. most people are currently living along the trail in santa rosa. deborah be alone reports, not everyone living there wants to move to that location.
>> reporter: breaking ground, the construction is groundbreaking. sonoma county's first time he home village for the homeless. >> having a housing unit you can lock and keep your things safe. >> showers on-site and storage for extra possessions. dog runs for pets and serenity of a state park next-door. an alternative to the joe without a trail were 200 people are squatting on a mehdi two- mile stretch. this will not clear the trail but it is a critical piece in a suite of solutions. neighborhoods nearest the trail complain of noise, fires, theft and drug use. they demand the campers go. the goal is it is a step in the right direction and allowing people to get stable and then to move on to permanent supportive housing. >> evictions are posted. vacate by january 29. some will
happily take a tiny cabin. >> i like it better inside because you are not so cold and not having to worry about your stolen stuff. >> others say the village is too far out of town even with shuttle buses. sobriety is required and there are other restrictions. >> if they change a couple of the rules i will go. but 7 pm curfew, no visitors, it's like being in jail. >> the rules help reassure the retirement community of oakmont across the highway from the tiny homes. st. vincent depaul will run the village. >> it is a drop in the bucket for what's needed but we are investing in homeless is now in a way we haven't before. >> i heard people say i'm tired and i want to go to rehab. for volunteers, helping the homeless leave the trail, the village is fine but inadequate because 100 people still need somewhere to go in a weeks time. >> i don't understand why not the fairgrounds.
this is an emergency, these are human beings. >> debora villalon . california has its first confirmed case of the coronavirus. they traveled to china and there at a hospital and is in good condition. workers at sfo international terminal said they are required to wear masks and gloves when handling luggage. concerns are growing as the lunar new year festivities are underway. the fire could spread as travelers come to the bay area to celebrate. >> i am concerned. because of the tourism. >> to me in this area, i don't feel threatened yet. >> the state department said the attempt to relocate workers in the city of wuhan, the workers could come home on tuesday. it's possible other americans will be returned home on that
flight. stay with kt uvu for that continuing coverage of the outbreak. we will bring you the latest on aaron online as we get them. police are looking for the man accused of hitting and killing a woman in berkeley. officers are looking for, alexander mcgee. berkeley police they said they noticed a man violently attacking a female passenger near sixth avenue and university on monday. when police tried to intervene he drove off and hit and killed a 58-year-old woman. police from several agencies have tried looking for him and have been able to locate him. he is considered armed and dangerous. if you have information you are urged to give the police a call. in the san jose police area there is a deadly stepping that left a woman dead earlier last night. it happened last night at a home on montego avenue. police officers were responding to a welfare check and when police arrived they found an adult female with multiple stab
wounds. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the suspect, peter rodriguez, booked into the santa clara jail for murder. police say rodriguez was the person who called them and asked for the wealth will check. the san jose third homicide at 2020. impeachment trial of president trump. the legal team launches defense speaking for two hours yesterday. the president didn't abuse his power by calling for ukraine to investigate joe biden and the military aid to the country was withheld only temporarily, said the republicans. the republicans were warned not to comply. they said the impeachment is politically motivated accusing democrats of using the process to steal the 2020 election. >> we are asking you to remove president trump from the ballot in an election that is occurring in approximately nine months. >> they don't contest the basic
architecture of this game. they do not contest that the president solicited a foreign nation to interfere in our election. to help them cheat. >> white house counsel will resume opening statements tomorrow. the senate impeachment trial is expected to take pick up at 10 am our time so we will carry it live on ktvu plus and will update you on news at noon and ktvu.com . >> we have a political science professor coming up to shed some light on that. how about the rain? it was a welcome side. you asked for it and got it. >> we received 50s over the north bay. we would like to see stronger storms come through. we do have some rain still falling at this time. this is a live look at the approach to the bay bridge where it is cloudy and damp and
to start the day, lingering light showers will remain in place before we dry out before the rest of the day. right now temperatures in the 50s. it is relatively mild, 52 santa rosa and san francisco, mostly cloudy 58. 57 reported for you there. 54 at livermore. mid-50s san jose. temperatures are up by seven degrees by fairfield. the wounds are generally light and here is a look at the system. it moved through overnight and now we are on the backside of it. the lingering showers will taper off moving to the next couple of hours. by lunchtime we are drive. here is a view of where we see the scattered showers activity into the north bay. sprinkles reported here and i'm sure we have drizzle falling below the radar being that we can't see it. salama and petaluma along the coastline, pacifica, and areas
near half moon bay and then stretching towards south san francisco. also airport getting the rain. along the east bay shore a few sprinkles around union city and a stretch towards pleasanton and the east side of livermore. highway 4 in and out of the area with scattered showers. here is future cast into your lunch time. we are partly cloudy and mainly drive. this year i will remain with high snow levels for today before drying out later this afternoon. temperatures this afternoon, upper 50s to low 60s around the back as well as inland, 63 for livermore and the north bay 62 and napa. i will look at the rainfall amounts in the last 24 coming up. and a warm up coming our way. the 49ers are super bowl bound and the faithful are getting ready for the big game. coming up, the new 49ers mural in the south bank and the hidden message behind it.
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out out with friends but 16- year-old ashley parker's life changed forever the night of shots fired at a football game. three teenagers and innocent bystanders were hit. three teenagers were arrested. other victims were released quickly. ashley spent three months fighting for her life. she recently returned home and tomorrow will head back to school for the first time. she sat down for an interview. >> reporter: ashley parker spent the early morning making these videos and putting on makeup and hanging out with friends. >> we were going crazy. we wanted to look cute and take pictures. >> it was 10 days after she and her twin sister alyssa celebrated their sweet 16. that night the group of eight wanted to go to the josefa ball
game. the church that we go to, different boys go to different schools. their friends from panola valley and some of the grow friends from church are cheerleaders. >> ashley remembers the game on the field and stands but said everybody was in a good mood when they left. >> we were trying to get guys numbers. >> she doesn't remember the fights that broke out across the street. she doesn't remember the shots being fired. she doesn't remember getting shot. but ashley's parents can't forget. her dad heard the gunshots in the dining room. >> at least 10 or 11, and when i heard them i started praying. another 40 seconds later the twins melissa called on the
phone crying that ashley got shot. >> three teenagers, all innocent bystanders, were shot that night. ashley's parents raced to the scene. >> my daughter laying down, and they stopped me. they pushed me away. >> ashley wasn't alone. the mother of a friend had arrived at the gate to take the girls home. when the shooting stopped she was able to race to ashley's side and holter. >> i remember sitting on the ground going this can be real. this is not real right now. >> ashley wasn't responsive and firefighters had to bring her back. they would lose her again in the ambulance and one more time during surgery. at one point her mother said doctors are ready to call time of death. ashley they say was stubborn and refused to go. ashley says she had won memory. >> on the surgery table. >> her prognosis was grim, the bullet punctured her lung and
lodged in her spine. doctors left it there and put her on life-support. they told her parents to prepare for the worst. >> she said i'm sorry. we did everything we can but there is nothing else we can do. and i said i want to see her. >> for hours and days ashley was unresponsive. when she finally opened her eyes she still couldn't communicate. >> i wasn't able to talk for a week. i would bang my arm. or like squeeze the hand because that is the only communication i had. i was so confused and frustrated. no one would tell me what happened to me. >> it was like that for days, doctors telling ashley's parents. she would likely have brain damage. she proved them wrong when one day she called out her mother's name. >> i said, mom, mom. repeating and repeating. >> instead of the expected two months in icu she spent 90 days
before being transferred to ucsf children's hospital in oakland. she is paralyzed from the chest down but she will tell you she is lucky. >> i told my mom one day i was like i'm glad i just lost the feeling to my legs. because if i lost my mind that would be crushing. >> they spent christmas in the hospital. 2020 was about coming home. it is a new normal for the girls . she has a new room in the house because her old one is upstairs and hard to get to with her wheelchair. >> it is different, you know. but i'm fine with that because there is still a lot of stuff i can do. >> there is that smile and that optimism that gives those around her hope. three people were arrested for the shooting but her mom says
she doesn't focus on them. they focus instead on the firefighters who helped save her life. and the strangers they consider family. and on this 16-year-old girl who still lives giggling with her friends and time. >> people need to focus on the positive because if you keep focusing on what could have happened, then you won't get anywhere in life. >> tomorrow will be ashley's first day back at school at the christian school and the community is trying to get them help. her mother's no longer work to care for her daughter and the family needs long-term housing solutions. a gofundme has been set up and we put that on ktvu.com. emotional story but i'm so impressed with her. very inspiring. >> she's already writing things down and wants to do a book to help other people who are going to the same thing. she really is an amazing young woman. >> it reminds you that one person gets injured, in and
offered awful way, it affects so many. glad you shared her story. wish her well. >> our best thoughts for her. she is stronger than all of us, rosemary. >> can you imagine the first day of school tomorrow? oh my goodness. our crew will be there tomorrow morning. >> we will stay in tuned. a look outside, switching to what is happening with the weather. a live look over san francisco. must cloudy skies this morning, rain moving through overnight with lingering showers at this time. here's a look at the storm totals thus far, this is preliminary. santa rosa picking up half an inch which is impressive. several areas picking up a 10th of an inch. kempsville at 2/10 of an inch. napa a quarter of an inch. san francisco with 2/10 of an inch. it is moving on into the sacramento valley and the sierra
. for us we will have a few sprinkles that remain to the morning. we have drizzle as well. you can see the brunt has pushed off to the sierra foothills. in the sierra we are looking at a rain, rain snow mix. snow levels between 6000 and 7000 feet. here is a look at lake tahoe. lake tahoe is just about 6000 feet and it is raining over the lake. this could change of the next few hours and most of this will fall during the morning. if you are traveling, note no advisory for winter travel. do be prepared for slick hazardous conditions at least for the start of the day. we will be trying out. here is a look at the tahoe and lunchtime. temperatures will remain in the low to mid 60s for your afternoon. on monday we get by pretty uneventful. tuesday is the next chance for scattered showers. this looks
fairly weak but the next chance over areas of the north bay before it falls apart over the central and south bay. that will be tuesday between now and then. temperatures in the 50s to start your morning and into the 60s for the afternoon. 55 now san francisco, 55 berkeley. here is the afternoon high, 62 santa rosa, 62 antioch. around the bay upper 60s expected. san jose going to 63. extended forecast, temperatures remaining in the low 60s for the afternoon. monday, tuesday, tuesday chance for scattered showers, drying out by thursday. mid 60s on thursday and dry weather and near 70 for the weekend. a little taste of spring perhaps. coming up next, the bodies of three u.s. firefighters who died while battling australian wildfires have recovered --
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a powerful magnitude 6.8 quake hit the eastside friday night. authorities say at least 35 have been killed and more than 1200 people have been hurt. that number could change as crews are working to get to them in freezing temperatures as they search for more survivors. that area has been rocked by more than 200 aftershocks. wildfires have put a cloud on australia day celebrations. the holiday marking the anniversary of the arrival of reddish ships in the city. it is usually filled with celebration and music festivals but the country is struggling under a wave of unprecedented wildfires. the bodies of three american firefighters who were killed when their plane crashed have been recovered and will be returned here to the united states. they were among the thousands of firefighters from all around the world. battling the flames. >> obviously we've got a tightknit community within the fire world and it doesn't matter if you are a contractor
or canadian or australian, it hits hard. >> the cause of the crash under investigation. the australian wildfires have killed 33 since they began back in september. more than 3000 homes have been destroyed and more than 26 million acres of land have burned. a young toller's unique playroom is going viral and it shows the love for her retailer and coffee chain. find out what people are saying about the child's starbucks and target playroom paradise. a barista to be. plus big changes coming to san francisco's market street. find out what you will no longer see on a two-mile stretch in the downtown area. so, as you can see, saving can be quite simple.
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49ers and geared up and heading to miami for super bowl liv. we will like -- take you live to san jose international airport. thousands of people gathered in seven cisco for the 16th annual walk for life march and rally. organizers say this is an emotional issue. what a woman is saying about the conversation she hopes will continue. welcome back to mornings on 2
on the saturday. we have clouds and rain last night. which was a welcome sight. i know the weather people in the bay area are clapping. including rosemary. we have clouds out there but no big deal. another nice day. alameda on the left and oakland on the right. good to have you with this on this sunday morning. i am frank mallicoat. i am connie wong. i went to the festival yesterday. the sun was shining. myra, thank you for snapping our family. a shout out to you. it was beautiful out and i was thinking this is good timing before the rain comes down overnight and it came. it did. personally that is the kind of rain i like. the timeline. while we are sleeping. it is already winding down and we will have dry rather returned to the bay area for
sunday afternoon. partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 60s. not a bad day. outside right now, drizzle and sprinkles on the backside of the front that moves through overnight. it is now off to the east exiting the sacramento valley at this time. on its way to the sierra. here is a look at what's happening in the bay area, sprinkles over the north bay hills and along the peninsula. san mateo maybe getting in on this sfo. a few sprinkles there. sunnyvale may have a bit of light rain. the 101 to 80, getting some showers. a few sprinkles in the east bay. fremont along 580, livermore, dublin, pleasant. highway 4 and east bay hills, i'm seeing light rain. into this sierra snow levels are fairly high, about 6000
feet. a few inches of snow expected to accumulated over donner pass. you will need the snow tires or chains. no advisory for winter travel and it will be winding down later today. with the birth of the moisture moving through. for us morning showers, mild start. afternoon drive. i look at the temperatures in the next chance for rain and a warm up in the extended forecast coming up. the 49ers are moving to miami for super bowl liv. >> they will spend a few days preparing for the game which will be unlike any other way game. a little bit bigger and more crazy. five at santa hayes san jose airport where the team will be in a few hours. it's exciting to see them take off. >> reporter: very exciting morning. i can't believe we are one way from super bowl 50 no one and they are playing in san jose.
we have a cool day today. the 49ers charted a united flight that will leave later this morning from minetta san jose airport. the team will get a big sendoff with sourdough sam and cheerleaders and other 49ers employees cheering them on. it will be a hectic day once the team gets there. this is the third time jimmy g will go to the super bowl and he says there are obligations and requirements especially as a starter. we heard from emmanuel sanders about the chaotic schedule for the team. it's not going to be like the regular schedule that we use in terms of getting off work and going home and hanging out at home. it's going to be getting pulled left and right. >> the team isn't alone and heading to miami. fans will also be packing their
bags and making their way to the sunshine state. stub hub said people in california account for 22% of super bowl liv ticket sales on its side. fans here are buying more than any other state. stub hub said the average price for a ticket is $7000. major airlines have added extra nonstop flights from bay area airports to accommodate the fans traveling. as for today we will be here for the team's departure. we don't know exactly what time they will take off. it will be sometime after 10 am. we will be there and it's going to be an exciting day. at san jose international, ktvu fox 2. cruiser putting the finished touching on super bowl liv in miami. look at that right there. that is one of our feeds. it made its arrival in florida. former champion and former 49er antoine bolden carried the
trophy yesterday. fans will be able to see the trophy along with all the rings from all the titles from past winners inside miami beach convention center. a new mural and had as a pays tribute to the super bowl bound 49ers. it is located on south lincoln street not far from the dear don station. >> we spoke to an artist behind a mural who says they're bringing pride to niner nation. >> at the corner of murray and west fernandez street in san jose, there is a massive mural honoring the 49er faithful and it's becoming quite the attraction. >> there is a lot of mural art in san jose. i'm like wow, who knew. >> it is not a surprise. >> no matter what the team has been through we have always stuck by them no matter what. 49ers here. >> kevin pride is part of a
team of artists called the a luminaries. he said the 49ers approach them in november to create the art mural in san jose. >> the process is always to get a rough sketch up there. because this wall is bricks it makes a de facto grid. >> it started as a sketch with chalk after they used painted rollers. piece of art 15 feet tall and 45 feet wide. >> we found a way to use some of our playfulness to be a backdrop. instead of covering everything we played around with letters and words. >> inside the reflective gold lettering depending on how the light hits it, you can make out words such as candlesticks, gold blooded and the catch. the mural is on the back of the building that is home to the world sports collectibles, 49er memorabilia. the owner said the mural has
helped increased his shop's visibility. >> it has features from all over the world. fans are coming to see the pictures. >> be a luminaries mural dates back to san francisco. since then the group has created murals throughout the bay for the oakland a's. fans say this mural brings it back full circle. >> it's not about being faithful because we won or lost. it's about being faithful because we are the bay area and we are bay area strong. united. >> you can watch super bowl liv on sunday, february 2 here on ktvu fox. we will have complete coverage all week long leading up to the super bowl. we will be going crazy on sunday. reports for miami start tomorrow. >> what time is your flight? >> 6 am. thousands of people crowded san francisco market street for
the 16th annual walk for life in the city. the march and rally came a day after president trump threatened to cut federal funding for women. the issue is an emotional one but she says it is a social and cultural issue and not a political one. women will disc continue reactions. >> it is a serious topic we are talking about. >> i have a lot of friends who don't share that idea and we do have engaging discussions about it. sometimes they change their minds and sometimes they don't. it doesn't mean we don't love each other were not friends. >> last wednesday was the 46th anniversary of the u.s. supreme court 7-2 decision that a woman has the right to choose an abortion without excessive government restriction. many people view the women's marches held around the country last weekend as pro-choice point of view although those events focused on a number of
topics. san francisco district attorney boding has dismissed a case involving an officer involved shooting. criminal charge against hampton were charged on friday. hampton was shot after he attacked two officers with a glass bottle in the mission district. hampton survived his injuries. one officer suffered head injuries that required stitches. the san francisco police officers association responded yesterday, the poa president said the decision to dismiss hampton's case confirmed the district attorney is not interested in representing crime victims much less police victims. the poa said the decision shows why the union is collection. berkeley please need your help to find the person responsible for this crime. what happened and who police are looking for. closer to super bowl liv, it is the war of the wings at sports bars.
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where muslim passengers were removed from flights to receive additional questioning after already being cleared to fly. delta denies any discrimination against its passengers but says there is always room for improvement. ford will pay $30 million in a proposed settlement in a class action suit over feeling transmissions in certain cars. carmakers accused of installing faulty dual clutch transmissions in ford fiestas and focus models. class-action suit represents nearly 2 million owners and former owners of the cars. final approval for the settlement is expected at the end of next month. in the bay, a major transformation is coming to san francisco's market street starting next wednesday. cars will be banned in a two- mile stretch. andre senior has more. >> reporter: scott fox over san francisco thursday morning captured an image of the changes looming for a busy
stretch of market street in downtown san francisco. >> crews have been on scene painting the red lanes to let motorists know they can't turn onto market. >> on wednesday car free zone goes into effect for westmount stewart street. on the eastbound side, vehicles are banned from 10th to mainstreet. >> i'm excited. >> officials estimate that 500,000 people will walk market daily. >> some who are likely in that standoff between those on foot and those behind the wheel doing the delicate dance to the tune of who has the right-of- way. >> among them is resident aaron cox who has heard of the changes and eager to see them happen. >> when i come to work we can walk in the street. >> the answer to her question, no, and she will have less vehicles to deal with. >> delivery trucks that have six wheels, and a muni and other transient transit
agencies. they can use that stretch of market. >> the plan focuses on pedestrian safety and this is a tainted safety zone. there are eight of them across market. the idea is a buffer between people walking here and the cars. market street seems to have had these same issues for years. film shows the road bustling with activity. aside from the cable cars and horse-drawn carriages market street is as busy today as it ever was with one exception. it is denser leading officials to make the change, clear the streets of private scars to keep public transit running, and movement going. >> we are trying to reduce conflicts with vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians. >> cars can still cross market street. you can simply drive across at the same way along the restricted portion.
rideshare cars are not allowed on market street at all. i am told the major rideshare companies will be geo-fencing on their app setting up a virtual perimeter around the restricted portion of market so people don't accidentally turn on market street. violators face a fine of $230 and a point on their drivers license. i am andre senior, ktvu fox 2 news. the linear you year and people were celebrating the year of the rat in the south bay. they celebrated with a festival. then kicked off at santa clara county fairgrounds. organizes said it is one of the biggest vietnamese lunar new year celebration in the bay area. >> today's the first day of the calendar year and a very important tradition for vietnamese and chinese and korea
and other countries in asia. new year and lunar calendar new year is like thanksgiving in america. >> the lunar new year is time for family and friends to celebrate tradition and culture. festivalgoers could experience additional food and martial arts. the festival begins today at 11 clock this morning until 11:00 at night. a full day and will run again this weekend. join us for this year's new year's chinese parade coming up in two weeks, february 8, in san francisco. you can watch it live at 6:00 here on ktvu fox 2. then there is a football game. >> we are busy over here. >> super bowl sunday is approaching a week from today and there is one thing that will be on everyone's plate. i would imagine chicken wings. >> that's a good bet. americans love wings and the
love grows. it is likely going to be a very popular food during the game. the chicken wing council predicts that americans are going to eat 1.4 billion chicken wings. that's a lot. the number has increased 2% over the last year totaling 27 million more wings. i wonder how they come up with these numbers. a survey says 65% prefer to gobble wings whiles watching sports and 51% say wings should be the official super bowl food. it doesn't clarify if wings fans consider boneless wings as true wings. >> i think yes. i go for easy. my directors are saying no. a war between popular stories. hooters is competing against buffalo wild wings and offering
a deal. officials went on a twitter page with a person wearing a hooters cap with chicken wings. they will give out free wings if the game between the chiefs and the 49ers goes into overtime. buffalo wild wings is promising free rings as well but said there is a catch. they will not be available until february 17. >> the wings start at the anchor bar in buffalo. buffalo wild wings got its name there. >> animal planet puppy ball returns on super bowl sunday with all new adorable lineup of players. their they are. it will have 96 puppies from 25 states and three international locations. the puppies are split into two teams facing off for the lombardi trophy. team fluff and team rough. all were adopted by their forever family.
he is not so big. >> imagine going to every super bowl game ever played. a group of friends have done just that. >> the friends it nicknamed the super bowl v went to what was called the afl, and if the world temperature became in 1967 and was held in los angeles coliseum and they have gone to every super bowl ever since. there headed to miami next week for super bowl liv. a lot has changed since the first title game. a couple of us guys decided let's go to the super bowl so we bought tickets for la and flew out there. and the stadium was only i would say 60% full. and the tickets were $11. $11?
>> a northeastern accent right there. everyone is now in their 80s but they hope they will be together to attend super bowl lx as a group in 2026. >> how much money. i wonder. it's not always going to be on their home team. maybe you can track them down. there is only one answer about the weather. we need the rain. that rain came in overnight. we will be winding down getting you through the morning and by the afternoon we are drive. partly cloudy skies. a lot of gray skies still in san francisco. here are a few numbers from the latest system. santa rosa came in well before this. santa cruz mountains, a bit of rain. a lot of areas getting a 10th of an inch.
almost a quarter of an inch in napa. san jose 11 100s. this is storm tracker 2 and here is that rain moving over areas of the bay area and snow in the sierra. levels will be fluctuating between 7000 feet and 6000 feet. no advisory for travel but you will need the chains and snow tires getting over the past. a few inches is expected to fall at donner pass. snow levels could be dropping to 6200 feet before it moves through. 57 degrees in oakland now. 55 san francisco, mid-50s over san jose. for the afternoon the sisters under partly sunny skies. 60 for the central bay of san francisco. south bay 63, san jose. extended forecast, let's get a shot of rain on tuesday but it looks light and weaker than the last system that moved through.
thursday a jump in temperatures and the warm up will continue into the weekend. starr coming up, music's biggest night in los angeles. the 62nd annual grammy awards. last-minute preparation and what the musicians are saying about the big night. president trump said his lawyers did such a good job that they could wrap up the trial quickly. coming up, we sit down with st. mary's college professor steve wolf part to talk about what it means and what we should expect. a live look at the golden gate bridge. shrouded in that layer but it should be a decent day with scattered showers here and there. a week from today super bowl sunday, are you ready for the hype? we will be right back.
stores. she decided to set up a small- scale store for her and she did a really good job. if i did it you would know it. i would have like a cardboard. she shared it on facebook and that post has received 10,000 shares. some people say it is a bad sign of consumerism and others calling it cute. we will go with cute. >> and she made coffee. >> it is so clean. time is 7:58 am. always a rivalry between lebron james and kobe bryant starting with james following bryant coming straight out of high school into the nba. james has surpassed bryant for the third place on the nba storyline. the lakers took on the 76ers last night and was seven minutes left in the third quarter there was a layup
giving him 33,644 points, pushing him one point ahead of kobe bryant. six is called the timeout to acknowledge the moment and james got a standing ovation from the philly fans. he is now behind karl malone and kareem abdul-jabbar. we are in the middle of entertainment award season with the grammy awards tonight in los angeles. some of the biggest names in the industry will be at staples center. rehearsals have been behind closed doors. the jonas brothers are nominated but nick jonas said while it's great to be considered, the awards are not the reason they perform. >> the recognition the fans show and the public shows for the music you make may not be the determining factor if you receive a nomination but it certainly inspires you to keep going and writing music and making music you make. it impacts our lives which is why we do what we do. >> alicia keys is the host and there will be a music trabuco
tribute performed by john legend. concerns growing nationwide as cases of the coronavirus continue to soar. the first case has been confirmed in california. the dramatic steps local airports are taking to prevent the deadly outburst. and looming deadline for homeless campers living along a trail in santa rosa. the area they are being moved to. are you ready for sue super bowl? we are live at mineta san jose international airport. how the team is preparing for the flight and the game. from ktvu fox news, this is mornings on 2. good morning and welcome back to mornings on 2 on this sunny morning.
the estuary looking beautiful. the sky is gray but we can see all the way across the bay to see that san francisco skyline. if you are heading out on the road it is slick. it was raining while you slept. turn on the windshield wipers because you will need more time. welcome to mornings on 2. i am claudine wong. happy weekend. i am frank mallicoat. let's check in with rosemary. we needed rain and we needed a good circle. quarter inch to half an inch for the lucky ones and less in the south bay and snow and does sierra. as we get into the afternoon, drier weather returning and beginning to see the system wind down as the brunt of the storm and moisture moves into the sierra. at home just a few sprinkles reported over the bay area. north bay over the hills along sonoma, a few sprinkles there. along the peninsula, not much
to speak up. we have drizzle out there falling below the radar. into east bay we have rain over mount diablo. primarily over the hills is where we see that moisture stick around. into the sierra we go. look at lake tahoe, the snow levels are about 6000 feet right now. they will be fluctuating with a few inches of snow. definitely a possibility over the past snow. bring the chain or snow tires. for us, we will leave and the chance for scattered showers in the morning. by lunchtime we dry out with partly cloudy skies and temperatures nearing 60 degrees and warmer for the afternoon. another shot at rain tuesday and a warm up in the extended forecast and that plus current conditions and details coming up. sonoma county authorities are expected to start moving homeless campers into sanction camps today. the county offering to move up
to 60 people to the new camp. this people are currently living along the joe rodota trail. not everyone living there wants to move to that new location. >> reporter: breaking ground for this construction is also groundbreaking. sonoma county's first tinyhome village for the homeless. >> having a housing unit you can lock and keep your things safe. >> showers on-site and storage for extra possessions. dog runs for pets and serenity of a state park next-door. an alternative to the joe rodota trail were 200 people are squatting on a mehdi two- mile stretch. this will not clear the trail but it is a critical piece in a suite of solutions. neighborhoods nearest the trail complain of noise, fires, theft and drug use. they demand the campers go. the goal is it is a step in the right direction and allowing people to get stable and then to move on to permanent
supportive housing. >> for those who want to stay on the trail? >> that will not be an option. >> evictions are posted. vacate by january 29 . some will happily take a tiny cabin. >> i like it better inside because you are not so cold and not having to worry about your stuff being stolen. >> others say the village is too far out of town even with shuttle buses. sobriety is required and there are other restrictions. >> if they change a couple of the rules i will go. but 7 pm curfew , no visitors, it's like being in jail. >> the rules help reassure the retirement community of oakmont across the highway from the tiny homes. st. vincent depaul will run the village. >> it is a drop in the bucket for what's needed but we are investing in homeless now in a way we haven't before. >> i heard people say i'm tired and i want to go to rehab. for volunteers, helping the
homeless leave the trail, the village is fine but inadequate because 100 people still need somewhere to go in a weeks time. >> i don't understand why not the fairgrounds. this is an emergency, these are human beings. >> debora villalon . ktvu fox 2. california now has its first confirmed case of the coronavirus. the patient traveled to china andthere at a hospital and is in good condition. workers at sfo international terminal said they are required to wear masks and gloves when handling luggage. concerns are growing as the lunar new year festivities are underway. people are worried that the virus could spread astravelers come to the bay area to celebrate. >> i am concerned. because of the tourism. >> to me in this area, i don't feel threatened yet. >> the state department said
they are attempting to relocate all workersin the city of wuhan , the workers could come home on tuesday. it's possible other americans will be returned home on that flight. stay with ktvu for that continuing coverage of the outbreak. we will bring you the latest on on air and online as we get them. the 49ers go to miami this morning. it is the next big step in preparation for super bowl liv. >> ktvu there is live at mineta san jose international airport. that is where the team will board a flight in a few hours. it will feel more real when they are in miami. >> reporter: i still think a lot of people have to pinch themselves. it's hard to believe the niners have made it this far and it is so exciting. in a few hours the 49ers will come here to mineta san jose
international airport and board their flight to miami for super bowl liv. with just one week to go into the big game, the 49ers charted a united flight that will leave later this morning to miami. the team gets a big sendoff with sourdough sam and cheerleaders and niner employees cheering them on. it will be a hectic day and this will be the third time jimmy garoppolo will be going to the super bowl but it's first time as a starter. he talked about the team's chaotic schedule in miami. >> i think when you get down there especially the media availability and the requirements and obligations, just having been through that and being a starter is different with time management. having seen all of that and being up close and personal, that will help me. >> the team is not alone it heading to miami before the game. fans will be packing their bags
and making their way to the sunshine state. stub hub said people in california account for 22% of ticket sales on its website. fans here are buying more super bowl tickets than in any other state including kansas and missouri combined. it is not cheap. stub hub said the average price for a ticket is $7000. major airlines have added extra nonstop flights from bay area airports to accommodate. as for today, we will be here for the team's departure and we don't know what time there plane will take off but we know it is after 10 am. ktvu fox 2. police are looking for a man accused of hitting and killing a woman in berkeley. they're looking for 29-year-old alexander mcgee. berkeley police said they noticed a man violently attacking a female passenger near sixth avenue and university on monday. when police tried to intervene he drove off and hit and killed a 58-year-old woman. police from several agencies have tried looking for him and
have been unable to locate him. he is considered armed and dangerous. if you have information you are urged to give the police a call. in the san jose police area there is a deadly stabbing that left a woman dead earlier last night. it happened last night at a home on montego avenue. police officers were responding to a welfare check and when police arrived they found an adult female with multiple stab wounds. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the suspect, peter rodriguez, booked into the santa clara jail for murder. police say rodriguez was the person who called them and asked for the wealthfare check. the san jose third homicide at 2020. in turkey the death toll rises after a massive earthquake in the area. a powerful magnitude 6.5 quake hit the eastside on friday
night. authorities are saying at least 35 people have been killed. more than 1200 people were injured. the number could change because crews are working against the clock in freezing temperatures. they are searching for more survivors who may be buried in the rubble. that era has been rocked by 200 aftershocks. wildfires put a out on australia day celebration. the holiday marks the anniversary of the arrival of brady british ships. it is usually filled with festivities but they are struggling under a wave of unprecedented wildfires. the bodies of american firefighters when their plane crashed to have been recovered and will be returning to the united states. they were among thousands of firefighters from all around the world that have been battling the flames. >> obviously we've got a tightknit community in the fire world and it doesn't matter if you are a contractor or a new zealander or canadian, we all
take care of our own. the australian wildfires have killed 33 people since september and more than 3000 homes have been destroyed and over 1 billion animals and 26 million acres have already burned. talk for years of building a second trans-bay rail crossing. how bart may be making progress towards a big boost and train service between san francisco and the east bay. president trump said his lawyers did such a good job this weekend that he wants impeachment trial to wrap up quickly. after the break, st. mary's: knowledge professor stephen wolper joins us with the next phases of the trial.
today is a brief recess in the impeachment trial of president trump. the legal team launched defense speakingfor two hours yesterday. the president didn't abuse his power by calling for ukraine to investigate joe biden and the military aid to the country was withheld only temporarily, said the republicans. white house lawyers said the president was within his right to order staff not to comply with requests for house of representatives request for documents. they say the impeachment is political in nature and motivated with democrats using
the process to try to steal the 2020 election. >> asking you to remove president trump from the ballot in an election that is occurring in approximately nine months. >> they don't contest the basic architecture of this scheme. they do not contest that the president solicited a foreign nation to interfere in our election. to help them cheat. >> white house counsel will resume opening statements tomorrow. they have heavy hitters. kenneth starr and defense attorney alan dershowitz speaking on behalf of the president. the team is reserving the heart of the case for tomorrow's session. joining us now to sort through it all is dr. wolfhart at st. mary's college. ironically you are teaching a class on impeachment. is that a coincidence? >> i anticipated there may be something like this going on
but i had no idea the timing would be spot on. >> a lot of material to work with. the democrats laid out their case and it took them quite a bit of time. how did they do? >> the majority of the senators are predisposed to acquit the president. their job is to persuade significant numbers of senators to change their minds. the defense, all they have to do is reassure the senators to stick with their predisposition so that less than two thirds votes will impeach. >> 53-47 republicans in the senate so a two thirds majority. >> in the constitution the trial must convict by two thirds majority. that's a lot of work to be done >> there is not much doubt that will not happen. the question now remaining is whether there will be additional witnesses or evidence subpoenaed after
senators questing the two sides. >> obviously the president doesn't want some people to speak. how can he put the kibosh on something like that and will we see witnesses before the senate? >> this is the most suspense is around how the boat goes because it takes a simple majority to call witnesses. and so the president is putting pressure on republicans not to allow it. he wants this done before the state of the union. if they start deposing wheat witnesses it could go on for days or weeks. >> can you imagine the state of the union is strong. and it would be quite the same. >> if the case is over and he gets acquitted, he will be saying he has been vindicated and exonerated and there will be house speaker nancy pelosi sitting above him. it will be high drama or high
theater at least. >> peter is a good word for that. let's talk about the fact that a lot of the senators are up for reelection in november. how they vote may have an effect on how they are reelected. >> yes. the president defense is intended to provide republican senators with a political position that they can take to the voters. the point for the senators now is where there be consequences if i vote one way or another either on witnesses or on conviction versus acquittal. >> the republicans spent time talking about the bidens. and their association with the ukraine. now could we see the president's attorneys latch onto that? >> they will go on the offense clearly. they will attack the process in the house and attacked the
democrats from being partisan and attacked the nature of the charges as being flawed. they are not really going to contradict or try to challenge the facts in the case. what they can do -- the best thing they can do is to point the finger back at the accusers and accuse them. >> joe biden is leading in iowa right now. the caucuses are a week from monday. it's like the perfect storm. >> the timing of this is unbelievable and i believe that policy was thinking about this when she deferred for three weeks sending the articles over . was to have this front and center. and not during the christmas break but as we approach iowa. >> at that your students are glued to the tubes so to speak. >> and finding out lots of things and comparing media outlets. and looking back at the history of impeachment to see what was the intended purpose.
>> thank you so much for getting up early with us and shedding light on what is complicated but interesting. the senate impeachment trial is expected to pick up tomorrow at 10:00 hour time and we will carry it live on ktvu plus and updates on channel 2 news at noon. ktvu.com. and the new zap as well. all eyes of the weather. let's check in with rosemary to talk about the wet evening. people are thinking we received some rain and now you can see clearing out there as we continue to watch that storm move over and out of the area. we do have some preliminary numbers. areas over the north bay fared best. santa rosa almost half an inch. santa cruz mountains, less than an inch. napa a quarter inch. as you can see from storm
tracker 2 we are winding down. not much more expected out of this. a few sprinkles still below the radar being it is going over areas of higher elevations. we are looking at dry weather moving through the second part of the morning and into the early afternoon picking up on a few sprinkles there. sierras, snow levels fluctuating between 6000 and 7000 feet. there is not an official advisory for travel but you will need the chains or the snow tires. this is future cast model. by noon partly cloudy and drive. drive through the day and dry on monday. next chance for rain on tuesday. tuesday morning into tuesday afternoon. that looks to be it for the rest of the week. we have a warm up coming our way by the end of the week. temperatures now in the 50s and for the afternoon today, low to mid 60s. north bay and central bay, 63.
63 san jose. quiet weather for monday. slight chance on tuesday. drying out wednesday. thursday, 60 for the afternoon. 70s by the weekend. an annual tradition where some of the most unusual items and a presale. we will talk to the organizers of the white elephant sale about the fines people may find. >> market street. find out what you will no longer see on a two-mile stretch . i believe, is that the stadium? somewhere back there. in the south bay. as the 49ers are getting ready to wing their way to miami. they should take off some time after 10:00 this morning and touchdown later this afternoon in miami. we will take you live. sarah is headed down there and
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san francisco is three days away from changing the traffic landscape on one of the busiest streets in the city. starting wednesday cars will be banned along market street. you can no longer drive in some areas. it is all in an effort to ease congestion and improve safety. the penalty for illegally driving on market could be a $238 fine and points on your license. lunar new year started yesterday and people were out celebrating the year of the route in the south bay community celebrating with a festival.
the event kicked off yesterday at santa clara county fairgrounds on tully road. it is one of the biggest lunar new year celebrations in the bay area. the festivalgoers experienced traditional dance and great food and martial arts. the festival continues today starting at 11:00 this morning and will go until 11:00 tonight. it will run again next weekend. join us for the chinese new year's parade coming up in two weeks, february 8, san francisco. you can watch it live at 6:00 here on ktvu.co an auction house is auctioning off rare items like for president kenny. the governor wants answers as to why they are up for sale. the bay area is in the grip of 49er fever.
san francisco's district attorney has domestic controversial officer shooting law. now criticizing the dropping of that case. making a second trans-bay crossing a reality. the steps of bart is taking between san francisco and the east bay. from ktvu fox news, this is mornings on 2. good mornings on 2. we look
at the golden gate. you can barely see it. it is looking better now. the clouds are moving out and we have a pretty good sunday on top. good morning. i am frank mallicoat. i am claudine wong. let's go to rosemary orozco. you like this weather. >> while you enjoy your cup of coffee or hot tea. but then once it's time to go we will see some blue skies. that is what we see this morning. the clouds are beginning to clear and the rain is winding down for sunday afternoon, partly cloudy and dry conditions. outside our doors, perhaps drizzle and a few lingering showers. mainly dry. in this year as snow continues to fall between 6000 and 7000
feet so you will need the chains or snow tires getting over the passes and into the sierra at least for the start of your sunday. it will be winding down later today. partly cloudy and drive for the afternoon and next chance for rain on tuesday. a look at temperatures for day and extended forecast in a pet. starting tonight the subway will be closed each night for the next week. service will and every night at 9:30 pm so maintenance can be done. trains are going to continue to run on the aboveground routes during the closure. subway service will resume every day in time for the morning commute. art hopes to build a second trans-bay crossing. they're hiring a director to lead the program. trans bay rail links between san francisco and east bay. the job posting said the project could cost up to $25 billion and take 15 to 25 years. bart said it's working with the capital corridor and other
agencies on the project. san francisco's new district attorney jason bodine has dismissed a case that involved in officer involved shooting. criminal charges against jamaica hampton were dropped on friday. hampton was shot in december after he attacked two officers with a glass bottle and the mission district. hampton survived injuries. one of the officers suffered head injuries that required stitches. the san francisco police officers association disapproves of that decision. >> the city of roy is reeling after the mass shooting at the garlic festival. three were killed and dozens injured. officials will be opening the gilroy strong resiliency center at the neon exchange on monterey road. the center is going to focus on group housing and victim advocacy and compensation for victims. it is going to be open from 5:30 pm until 8:30 pm on
tuesday. officials will expand services. thousands of people crowding san francisco market street for the walk for life in the city. the march came a day after trump threatened to cut federal funding for access to abortion for california women. the issue is an emotional one but she said it is a social and cultural issue. women need to continue their discussions. should cause a strong reaction in people. it is a serious topic we are talking about. >> i have a lot of friends who don't share that idea and we do have engaging discussions about it. sometimes they change their minds and sometimes they don't. it doesn't mean we don't love each other were not friends. >> last wednesday was the 46th anniversary of the u.s. supreme court 7-2 decision that a woman has the right to choose an abortion without excessive government restriction. many people view the women's marches held around the country last weekend as pro-choice point of view although those events focused on a number of topics.
pope francis is inviting reflections and prayers for survivors and victims of the holocaust. tomorrow marks the 76th anniversary of allied forces liberating the auschwitz death camp. the pope said never again and said the memory of what happened is our civic duty. a survey said 45% of americans did not know that the killed choose jewish during 2002. secretary of state mike pompeo responding after an npr host said he went off on a tirade filled with profanity after friday's interview on
ukraine. mary louise kelly hosted all things considered said pompeo grew irritated after she asked him if he owed an apology to your bonney village who was recalled as the ambassador to recording. >> i have defended every state department official and we built a great team and a team that works here. >> respectfully you defended her? >> i defended every person on this team. i've done what's right for every person. >> after the interview she said he shouted at her in a meeting and demanded she point out ukraine on the unmarked map. the state department has not denied pompeo used profanity and pompeo said kelly lied when she said the interview would only cover e rock and that the first interview meeting would be off the record. kelly and npr disagreed said she never agreed to and offered the record discussion and said topics would include iraq and ukraine.
former california governor jerry brown said he was not consulted about an option of items linked to john f. kennedy that once belonged to his father for auction. it includes private letters from the president and jackie kennedy and lyndon johnson. this is to pat brown. the auction house is being sold by a private collector who wants to be anonymous. former california governor jerry brown is wondering why the collection is not part of the uc berkeley archive. let's get another check of weather. rain overnight but we have blue skies out there. >> we are looking at dry weather returning to the bay area. gorgeous shot there. just in time for your sunday fun day. we had a view 107 inch reported over areas of the bay and some folks received a quarter inch to half an inch of rain. santa rosa picking up half an inch. napa with a quarter inch.
san francisco, 2/10 of an inch. as we get into the afternoon, partly cloudy and drier weather . in the extended forecast, the next chance for rain on tuesday. temperatures outside now, 55 san francisco, low 50s oakland. 54 walnut creek. 55 fremont. relatively mild day. mostly cloudy. a few sprinkles remaining over parts of the bay area but it is moving out. here's a look at the afternoon highs expected for today. 62 santa rosa, 60 san francisco, low 60s in antioch, shifting to areas in the south bay for the afternoon. low 60s expected for san jose. temperatures will remain fairly steady to the first part of the week but by the end of the week temperatures nearing seven degrees for some. that is what the forecast calls for.
details on that extended forecast plus rainfall we have received from the latest storm, coming up. the niners are headed out of town and i think we know where they are going. >> they have a game to play maybe in miami. they are leaving out of san jose so we have our crew there talking about what the team is expected to do. >> the white elephant sale offers unusual treasures for bargain hunters. i will talk with the organizers about what people might find over the weekend and how it benefits the oakland museum.
every year the oakland museum has donated items that includes furniture, clothing, jewelry, and art. the proceeds go to the oakland museum for attractions and exhibitions and educational programs. it is always a fun day. here to talk more about this tradition, sherry western half, the president of the oakland women's board. thank you for joining us. >> glad to be here. >> we know this has been a tradition since 1959. this is something i think that people know is going to happen and they want to make sure they get in their and get the best look. tell me about the sale. >> this is the first opportunity people have to see wonderful bargains and vintage items we have on hand. people
come from all over the state and some out-of-state to be able to shop and find that special bargain. we get collectors and we get people that love to shop and find that great bargain. >> the thing that is so interesting is how big it expands when you get in the building. whatever you are looking for, a gazillion things you didn't know about. you will find it. >> each year we get different items. one year we had a camel saddle. you never quite know what you will find. with 19 departments there is something for every interest and every hobby. everybody, all ages. >> it's important for you as a fundraiser. what goes into this and why is it so important? >> the white elephant sale and the oakland museum women's
board is the single largest donor to the oakland museum of california outside of the city of oakland. our annual sale has contributed $2 million over the last five years each year to the oakland museum. as you can see we are a very important source of revenue for the museum. we love doing this. it is a year-round project. today is the big day. >> tell me about how the preview sale is different from the march sale. >> shoppers get tickets to get in. we have been selling tickets online. friday night we sold out at the online tickets. shoppers can still come this morning and by tickets at the door and get in. we encourage people to come down . you don't want to miss out on the wonderful items we have for
sale. >> how much are the tickets? >> the tickets at the door are $20 per person. >> i think the reason people come is because they know they were want to get a first look at everything. how would you though -- what advice would you give people if they're coming for the first time. it is overwhelming when you walk in and say where do i start. >> it is overwhelming and sometimes it's good to have a list of things you might want to look for. go on to our website, white elephant sale.org, and we have a map of the warehouse. it is 96,000 ft.2. i think the first time people, they have been overwhelmed. >> what percentage do you think of people who have returned.
>> i would think 60% or 70%. we don't have an actual number but we get so many return shoppers and they don't recognize many of the volunteers. we recognize them. >> it seems like a perfect day and it seems like the best. i don't think you have any problem getting people to come down. it's fun to help people out. you get the repeat visitors every year. >> come on down. we would love to see you. we have so many wonderful bargains. and items for sale. if you can't make it today please come to our final sale march 7 and march 8. >> again, this is at their warehouse at the oakland estuary on lancaster street. more information on a link, ktvu.com. go to our web link section. i think it's a perfect day to go inside and do some shopping.
you might want a jacket because it's a warehouse. but no rain when you put all of that in your car. the clouds are clearing. temperatures are not bad. starting in the 50s this morning with that cloud cover and humidity. here is a look at jack london square where we have a light breeze reported over areas of the bay today. mostly cloudy interning partly cloudy for the afternoon. we are drying out. here is the rainfall totals from the latest system. preliminary but with the storm moving into the sierra we are pretty much done. san francisco reporting 2/10 of an inch with san francisco a bit more. santa rosa coming in at 40 6/100 of an inch and napa almost quarter of an inch. storm tracker 2 and the radar has gone quiet. the system moved through overnight. in the sierra we see rain and rain-snow mix.
we had some over tahoe this morning. the lake was green which is a good indicator that snow levels were about 6000 feet. it will continue to fluctuate for the morning before it winds down. no official advisory for travel but expect a few inches over donner pass. you will need the chains or snow towers tyers. here is the temperature outside for us, 55 san francisco and the east bay 55. upper 50s over san jose. the afternoon highs for today, upper 50s to low 60s around the region but 60 for san francisco and oakland. in the south bay, 63 over san jose. in the extended forecast, monday is going to be quiet. partly cloudy and temperatures tomorrow morning will be chillier as we have dry air in place and partly cloudy. tuesday another chance for rain
although it is a week one. north bay expected to pick up scattered showers. by thursday temperatures begin to climb into the afternoon. we may have 70 degrees by the weekend which would be a nice change although we could use more rain. we would match the weather in miami. no complaining. a teenager who was injured in a shooting at a high school football game is going back to school tomorrow. she sat down with me to talk about the challenges she has faced as she dealt with three months of recovery. a gripping documentary ron howard shows the struggle that people in paradise have faced after the campfire. let's go outside for a live look. that's really pretty. a beautiful shot of the sun and
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a documentary about the aftermath of the camp fire premiered last night at the sundance film festival. filmmaker ron howard talked about making the documentary. it follows survivors over the course of the year as they were to recover from the fire that killed 85 people and destroyed 95% of the town of paradise. national geographic is slated to release the film later this year. delta air lines is facing a federal find related to claims they discriminated against past passengers who were muslim. the department of transportation has find the airline and is requiring culturally sensitivity training. this stems from two cases in 2016 when muslim passengers were removed from flight in order to receive additional questioning after they were already cleared to fly. delta is denying any
discrimination against passengers but says there is room for improvement. owing is looking to the future as it tested its newest commercial jetliner. the boeing 737 x at its first test flight near the boeing factory in everett, washington. the flight lasted four hours and its wings are made of carbon fiber which makes them lighter. wingtips are floatable. the world's largest commercial engine on board as well. it can carry up to 426 passengers which makes it the weakest twin engine plane in the air. 770 7x has several more tests before completing and putting into service. the first jets will be delivered next year. the first confirmed they case of the coronavirus in california has been reported. how doctors are trying to keep it from spreading.
we are in the middle of the entertainment award season at the 62nd annual grammys in los angeles on the biggest names will be at staples center . rehearsals have behind closed doors, the jonas brothers are nominated but while it is good to be considered they say, awards are not the reason they perform.>> the recognition of fans and the public shows the music you make, may not be the determining factor for the grammy nomination but it certainly inspires you to keep going and writing the music you write and making the music you make and we impact their lives in some way is why we do what we do. >> alicia keys is the host and there will be a musical tribute to the late singer. john legend and others.
the awards, as the academy faces controversy from the suspended chief executive who is accused the awards of being rigs. >> taylor swift bowing out and we don't know why she will not be there. of odessa never before seen artifacts from the titanic are now on display at the titanic museum in las vegas. the tide of the mix of the artifacts on the ship along with replicas. the tragic sinking of the titanic in 1912 and the loss of more than 1500 lives is something still generating a lot of interest. >> a key element of the titanic and wire resonates is because of the idea that this would be the unsinkable ship it was a technological wonder that would change the way that humans dealt with the environment and the natural environment. >> some of the new items on
display at the museum include a pair of leather boots and a cosmetic jar with cream. the vietnamese festival continues today. the lunar new year started yesterday and people are out celebrating the year of the rat. the event kicked off yesterday in the fairgrounds on tully road . organizer say this is one of the biggest vietnamese lunar new year celebrations in the bay area. >> today is the first day of the lunar calendar year and very important tradition, new year for the vietnamese and chinese and korea and other countries in asia. new year and the lunar calendar is like thanksgiving and america. >> the lunar new year is a time for family and friends to celebrate tradition and culture. festivalgoers experienced traditional dance, food and martial arts.
the festival continues today at 11 this morning until 11 tonight and again next weekend. join us for this year's chinese new year's parade in two weeks on saturday, february 8 in san francisco. we will be there and you can come down and watch it with hundreds of thousands of your closest friends and also live at 6 p.m. on ktvu fox 2. health professionals reported the first confirmed cases of the coronavirus in california and how doctors are trying to keep the illness from spreading. a teenager who was shot and injured at a football game is making a recovery and she will return to school tomorrow. three months after the shooting. the 49ers are looking forward to playing, as they head out to miami in a week or so. the long week ahead as they plot for super bowl 54. good morning to you, let's
take you outside to the oakland estuary. the lesson we peaked in on this picture it was gray and the sun has come out to say hello there. what about me? i will give you some music as well. this is morning sun 2 on sunday, january 26 and thanks for staying with us. >> good morning and happy sunday. a little bit of rain, you probably heard it. i woke up and it was dumping outside. i had to tiptoe to the car, some showers coming to work. not too bad. >> we will have partly cloudy and dry conditions this sunday. perfect. we love the rain and the sunshine and we have both in the last 12 hours or so. now we will continue to dry out as the storm continues to roll to the east and up over the
sierra. the storm tracker 2, we have gone quiet. have a little drizzle and some sprinkles remaining but really it is over areas of the sierra foothills and into areas near tahoe. you can see the rain and snow mixed right about 6000 feet and it dropped of the last couple of hours we started this morning, we had rain falling over the lake of lake tahoe. now it is above 6000 feet . for the next few hours, snow will fall in sierra, no official advisory for travel but, keep the chains or snow tires ready because you will find some hazardous conditions in that direction. when i come back i will look at temperatures today and into the extended forecast coming up. one week from today is super bowl and the super sunday and the 49ers are headed to miami today. this is the first time they are in playoffs and playing summer other than their home stadium. it has been nice to have the mat home. we are joined live from the
airport where the team is going to gather very soon, for their flight to florida. good morning.>> reporter: good morning, after the live shut we are headed to a new it another area where the media is setting up and waiting for the 49ers to get there. we get to see them board their flight to super bowl 54. they charted a united airlines flight that heads to miami in a couple hours. one week before the big game and that team gets a festive set up with cheerleaders and other employees cheering them on as they make their way on the tarmac. it won't be fun and games only, they get straight to work when they arrive in miami. sanders says it is not like the regular schedule, the team is used to. they will be pulled in all directions to meet different obligations. we know little about this, this is one man's third time going to the super bowl. he said this is ready for the this time around. it is hectic but amazing.
>> another great opportunity to get back into it and these don't come around very often so we have to take advantage. >> reporter: the team will be joined in the sunshine state by thousands of 49ers fans. people in california account for 22% of super bowl liv ticket sales on websites. fancier dry more tickets than any other state including kansas and missouri combined. it is not cheap to go to the game, the average price for a ticket is $7000. major airlines have added extra nonstop flights to accommodate all the fans traveling. as for today, we will be here for the team's departure. we don't know when the time will be to take off but we were told to be at the media area by 10 so we will definitely have this video in the story for you later on today on ktvu.
>> all right, and the team will be joined in the sunshine state by thousands of 49ers fans. stub hub says people in california account for 22% of super bowl 54 ticket sales. fans are buying more tickets than in any other state and that includes kansas and missouri, combined. it is not cheap though to go to the game they say the average price for a ticket is $7000 in major airlines have added extra flights to accommodate all those fans traveling. the super bowl coverage for ktvu you can watch super bowl 54 on sunday, february 2 . we will have complete coverage. we have a crew leaving today for a mammy as well, not on the 49ers plane but their own plane. we've got our crew going this week too . for more coverage stay with us because ahead at nine cluttered we have the mercedes-benz sports weekend
with mark and joe here on ktvu channel 2. >> i think joe is on a plane right now in back . california has a first confirmed case of the coronavirus infection. the patient is a traveler from china who is now in a hospital and in good condition . workers at the international terminal so they required to wear masks and gloves when handling luggage . concerns are growing now that the lunar new year festivities are well underway. people we talked with say they are worried the virus could spread as travelers come here to the bay area to celebrate.>> i am concerned because of the tourism here.>> to me, at this point in time i don't feel that threatened. >> the state department says it is attempting to relocate all the workers in the city in
china that is considered the center of the infection. those employees could come home on a direct flight to sfo on tuesday. it is possible other americans can return home on that same flight. let's talk about the impeachment trial because today we have a brief recess in the trial of president donald trump's impeachment. the defense launched its defense and they said that the president did not abuse his power by convincing ukraine to investigate joe biden and they said the aid was only withheld temporarily . lawyers say the president was within his rights to order staff not to comply with testifying. the impeachment is politically motivated they say . they are accusing democrats of using this process to try to steal the 2020 elections.>> asking you, to remove president donald trump from the ballot in an election that is occurring in approximately nine months. >> they don't contest the basic architecture of the scheme. they do not contest that the
president solicited a foreign nation to interfere in our elections, to help them cheat. >> the white house counsel will resume the opening statements tomorrow. the senate impeachment trial will pick up at 10 a.m. our time so we will hear it live for you on ktvu plus. we will have updates on the news at noon . and also ktvu.com and the ktvu news app. police looking for a man who hit and killed a woman in berkeley. they are looking for the 29- year-old alexander mickey. police noted that he was attacking a female passenger. the happen monday. when police tried to intervene they say he drove off and struck and killed a woman. police from several agencies have tried looking for him but are unable to find him. he is considered armed and dangerous based on two pre- existing warrants. any information you have call the police. the police
department is investigating a deadly stabbing that left a woman dead last night at a home. police were responded to a welfare check when offices got to the home they found an adult woman with multiple stab wounds and she was deceased. the suspect, peter rodriguez, was booked into the santa clarita county jail. rodriguez was actually the person who called them to ask for the welfare check. this is the third homicide of 2020. i just looked it up to miami is about 66 and clear skies, not bad and we're not too far behind.>> we are low 60s this afternoon. upper 60s by the weekend though so. we are getting there. we have much-needed rainfall over the area this morning. we are now drying out and we are expected to be dry on sunday, monday, slight chance
coming on tuesday. here's a look at areas over san jose were we are still partly sunny mostly cloudy. a few sprinkles not out of the question, here's a look at the east bay were we have blue skies in the cloud coverage. getting into the afternoon, temperatures will range of the low to mid 60s we stand at the moment, 55 santa rosa, upper 50s san francisco, oakland, livermore 54 in san jose 57 . temperatures are up a few degrees . some fog although it looks like it's over the hills. the higher elevations getting the darker shade of gray. all of the numbers here showing fairly good conditions for travel along the highway 1 you may find half moon bay reports five miles. it could be thicker in some areas if you have an early morning drive, be prepared . as far as the rainfall, it is winding down and moving out . we have snow reported over the sierra for the first half of the day so be prepared for winter travel heading in that
direction. no official advisor in place by the weather service. for the afternoon upper 50s to low 60s, 59 pacifica, 60 san francisco, oakland, low 60s san jose. by tuesday another chance of rain not much expected . we have a warm up coming our way in the extended forecast, more on that coming up in a little bit. it was supposed to be a fun night out, turned into a nightmare for one teenager as shots ring out during a football game last year at a high school game . we talked exclusively with one of the victims who describes what happened before the shots ring out and this but she also describes her life now. why homeless camp doesn't want to move. ♪
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today, authorities will start moving homeless campers into a tiny home village. there is room for about 60 people, each home has a door that can lock her there is storage for other possessions. showers and side and dog runs for the pets. the residence will come from the homeless encampment on this trail. for people who live nearby have complained about noise. >> this is a step in the right direction, it allows people to get stable and to move on to affordable housing.>> for those who want to stand the trail, that will not be an option.>> anyone who moves must be sober and no visitors are allowed. the eviction notice goes up on wednesday. not clear yet where the more than 100 people will move into the tiny homes, will go.
it was supposed to be a fun night out with friends. but 16-year-old ashley parker's life changed forever the night of september 27, 2019. that's when shots were fired at the high school football game. three teenagers all innocent bystanders were hit. three others have since been arrested. the other two victims were released fairly quickly but ashley spent months fighting for her life. she is now back home and she is planning on going back to school tomorrow for the first time. it will be exactly 4 months and she was shut and she is facing a new reality. in an exclusive interview she talks for the first time about what happened, her recovery and what is next.>> ashley parker spent the early evening hours of september 27 making these videos and putting on makeup and hanging out with friends. >> we picked each other's outfits, we were just going crazy because we wanted to look cute and take pictures.
>> reporter: it was 10 days after she and her twin sister melissa, celebrated their sweet 16. and that night, the group of eight wanted to go to the football game. >> the church week go to, there is different boys who go to different schools of a were carrying on with their other friends around the area. some of the girlfriends from church are cheerleaders. >> reporter: ashley says she remembers fights at the rivalry game on the field and in the stands. but she says everyone was still in a good mood when they left.>> we were trying to get guys numbers. >> reporter: she doesn't remember the fight that broke out across the street. she doesn't remember hearing the shots being fired. she doesn't remember getting shot. but ashley's parents can't forget. her dad heard the gunshots from his dining rooms. >> at least 10 or 11 and when i
heard them i started praying. another 40 seconds later, the twin, melissa, cried that ashley got shot. >> reporter: three teenagers, innocent bystanders were shot. ashley's parents raced to the scene. >> i saw my daughter lying down . they stopped me, they pushed me away. >> reporter: ashley wasn't alone, the mother of one of her friends had arrived at the game to take the girls home. and when the shooting stopped, she was able to race to ashley's side and just hold her.>> i remember there, sitting on the ground going, this can't be real. this is not real right now . >> reporter: ashley wasn't responsive and firefighters had to bring her back. they would lose her again in the ambulance and one more time during surgery. at one point, her mother says the doctors were ready to call time of death. but ashley was stubborn. and refused to go. ashley says she had one brief
memory.>> coughing on the surgery table. >> reporter: her prognosis was grim, the bullet went through her arm and punctured her lung and lodged in her spine. doctors left it there emperor on life support. they told her parents to prepare for the worst.>> she said i'm sorry, we did everything we can. but there is nothing else we can do and i said i want to see her. >> reporter: for hours and then days, ashley was unresponsive. when she finally opened her eyes, she still couldn't communicate. >> i wasn't able to talk for a week and i would bang my arm is the only thing or squeeze the hand because that's the only communication i had. i was so confused and i was frustrated because no one would tell me what happened to me. >> reporter: it was like that for days with doctors telling ashley's parents she would likely have brain damage. she prove them wrong, when one day, she called out her
mother's name.>> i ran really fast and i said i saw ashley saying mom, mom, mom, come or my sister and my sister. >> reporter: instead of two months in icu, she spent 19 days before being transferred to the children's hospital in oakland. she is paralyzed from the chest down but she will tell you, she is lucky.>> i told my mom one day, i am glad i just lost the feelings of my legs. because if i lost my mind, that would be crushing. >> reporter: they spent christmas in the hospital. but 2020 was about coming home. it is a new normal for the girl who loves to play sports and dance with her friends. she has a new room in the house because her old one is upstairs and hard to get to with her wheelchair.>> it's a big difference. it is different. but i'm fine with that because, there is a lot of stuff i can do. >> reporter: there is that
smile, and that optimism that gives those around her hope. three people were arrested for the shooting but her mom says she doesn't focus on them. they focus on the firefighters who helped save her life. on the strangers they now consider family. and on the 16-year-old girl who still loves giggling with her friends and who doesn't waste time on what if.>> people need to focus on the positive because if you keep focusing on what could have happened, then you won't get anywhere in life. >> tomorrow will be ashley's first day back at school. we are planning to be there. and as she speaks to innocently at the school, the community is trying to get some help . as his mom is no longer working, she is caring for her daughter full-time and they're searching for a long-term housing solution. they have set up a gofundme to try to help them and we have the information on our website at ktvu.com. >> it is amazing what you can learn from a 16-year-old girl.
so courageous. >> i said why aren't you angry? they have a strong faith in the church community so they're working their way through.>> she looks great and tomorrow is a big day. we booster up in her family and everybody, good for her. plenty of 49ers fans are asked about the super bowl but one guy is looking forward to it, why one man has never missed going to a super bowl, each and every year dating back to 1967.
happy sunday to you, we have rainfall and the overnight hours and now beginning to dry out and we are dry for your sunday. temperatures ranging in the 50s around the bay area this morning. here's a look at san jose. partly sunny and partly cloudy is what i see at the moment. partly cloudy for the second half of the afternoon. the rainfall amounts is almost quarter inch and napa almost quarter inch and santa rosa almost half an inch. concord, san jose, more than 1/10 of an inch. we went to see more, not going to happen for now . take a look at storm tracker 2 where a few scattered showers maybe drizzle is lingering but that is it .
we see the storm move through areas of the cr with snow levels between 6000 and 7000 feet for the next few hours. if you are traveling today, expect a wet weather for the first part of the day and levels could drop down to 6000 feet and we are looking at some inches of new snow over areas of the higher elevations closer to donner pass . here's a look at the future cast, the wet weather here, mainly dry here and into the afternoon partly cloudy, dry, quiet, monday is quiet, tuesday morning another chance of rain moving in. this one is less than what we saw in the last 12 hours. into the afternoon not much to speak of, unfortunately. temperatures in the 50s, 54 now in north bay, 59 oakland and 57 s. bay and san jose. the afternoon highs, low 60s around, 60s san francisco and oakland. low 60s santa rosa and napa. southbay 63. your extended forecast,
temperatures for the afternoon won't be budging much of the next few days. but by thursday or so mid 60s in the forecast and the long- range models want to bring a little taste of spring into the first weekend of february. upper 60s to near 70 degrees. so i like the thought of that although i would also like the thought of more rain.>> i saw a tree but it out with flowers and everything, early. too early. here we go. >> mother nature gets confused. one of the more unusual dog shows is taking place this weekend here in the bay area we will tell you what separates this dog show from others.
played. one group of friends has done just that. >> that is 50+ they are named the super bowl v they went to the afl nfl world championship back and 67 at the coliseum in la and have gone to every super bowl since. they're going to miami for next week and they say a lot has changed since the first game in the 60s. >> a couple of us guys decided let's go to the super bowl so we bought tickets for la and we flew out there. and the stadium was only about, i would say, 60% full. and the tickets were $11. >> they are not $11 anymore i think they are $7000 now.>> everyone is in their 80s but they hope they will all still be together to attend super bowl 60 as a group which will take place in 2026. you can watch super bowl l
for a week from today on ktvu fox 2. we have complete coverage from miami, joe, mark and claudine and off you go tomorrow. >> i'm very excited. let's talk about the golden gate kennel club dog show at the cow palace in daly city with more than 100 breeds on display. it is a benched dog show which means dogs are assigned to separate benches when they are not in show rig and so spectators can approach each bench and learn more about the dogs. let's get a quick check of the weather. >> we drought for the rest of today partly cloudy skies with temperatures in the low 60s for the second part of the afternoon, tomorrow is quite at another chance of rain on tuesday although it is a small one.
sporting event of the road but at the same time, it is my job and i have to go out and win a game . >> when you get there the immediate availability of the requirements -- >> you have to be the no person. jimmy has already been to the super bowl as tom brady's caddie. now it's on him and you talk about redemption story. he had that horrible injuries sustained in kansas city last year game three and man, would he ever not say it publicly but
love to thrash them. it was them mental thing. they played it in week three and he was asked, what was that like going back in there there was a mental thing but you had to get over. but he has been asked about that, is there something mental you get over.>> a lot of memories with the knee and everything it is crazy how things come full circle but it is important. just the timing of it coming back from the knee and everything. there is a bump in the road and a hiccup, bouncing back in kansas city, it really helped escalate things. >> and then conversely, we have a quarterback on the other side of things, patrick. third year and this was the mvp the first time he ever got the taking over of the rains in kansas city . he may have been the mvp if he hadn't have missed a couple starts.
i heard you mention it, talking about how the mobile quarterbacks have given the 49ers the trouble, two of the three losses have been to mobile quarterbacks. what has kind of typified these games as we are watching them these years, is a playoff games they won, they got behind big and then mahomes was able to bring them back. it will be interesting with the way the 49ers have run the ball whether or not the game plan can play out. >> they are really aware of what this guy does. >> one, his mobility. it is unique, his arm strength is ridiculous, very accurate. i don't think people give him enough credit that he actually plays quarterback. there's a lot of people a lot of quarterbacks in the league that will say no to number one and then it just becomes a street ball. he gets rid of the ball on time and put the where it needs to be an he hits the rhythm and
when he needs to take a shot he knows how to buy time in the pocket and do it. he is a superstar and everywhere you can imagine and he is tough to deal with. look at the numbers again and the numbers don't always tell the whole story. but, look at the career records though. these guys not only have the physical capability but the intangibles were you look at a guy and just say he is a winner. >> they have the confidence of their teammates, too. no question about that. we really expect this to be a heckuva super bowl game. >> i don't see how it couldn't be. you have arguably the best our offense and the best defense and they're both statistically not week in a regards. i can't wait. this is the most exciting matchup i've come across in a long time. >> when the mercedes-benz sports we can continues we will look at how the 49ers got here . both of the play of win's they did with the punishing running game. the guy who has the record will
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waters the great over the shoulder catch, oh what a bonanza. a spectacular touchdown catch by ricky waters. >> the man who pulled that into get that super bowl rolling against san diego. is with us here on set, ricky waters. what goes through your mind, i'm sure that's not the first time you've seen that but what goes through your mind? >> i never get tired of seeing that, those clips are amazing. every time i think about i think about the camaraderie we had and my teammates, how much we loved playing with each other and for each other and i think that's why we were so successful. >> about the super bowl, we extra amped up because you were the high-energy guy. i did a show with you. i know. was the super bowl, because there is a lot of young guys on this version of the 49ers.
what would you tell them that have not been there before?>> enjoy it. i think that is important to have a mixture . we have some great leadership on our team but we also have some great young guys like myself that were fired up and wanted to play i wanted to show what we could do as well. i think our coach was great, the fact that he said go down there and have some fun but then, get ready for business. push everybody out, you get all the tickets and all that stuff, everybody down there, get all of that out of the way and then get the laser focus that we were known for. that we definitely had at that game. >> one of the great things the 49ers has done greatly is welcome back so many of the alumni neighbors and for the championship game you were there, is really good to see some of the former players there, welcomed back into the fold. you really feel it, even though it's been a while since you play, when the organization
wins you feel like you are part of it.>> we were all winners on that day. one great thing is the way, we are still close. we are still so close. like pete and jesse. all of us. guy mcintyre. those guys still treat me like i'm their little brother. and they're hugging me and i feel small when i'm around the because they're so big . i'm used to being the big guy in real life but when i get around those guys i become the small guy. it feels good to have those big guys hug me and tell me how much they appreciate me.>> such a great feeling and people don't realize ricky, he won't brag about himself. what number 24 on the all-time rushers, think of all the thousands of running backs on your number 24 . you witnessed a kid in the nfc championship. tell me what you observed from his running style and the line
circa 2019? >> i've been talking about raheem mostert for a while. the other backs are different. this guy is an every down back. he can get the tough yards and he has breakaway speed. he makes it look easy. it looks like he's not moving as fast but he has breakaway speed.>> he explodes. >> he explodes through tackles. i love the way he plays. i love his attitude. here is a guy who plays special teams and he does what he needs to do. it is amazing . that guy there was cut, do you believe that? >> it's not always a perfect science when it comes to evaluating talent in the nfl. >> such a great story, undrafted free agent. that shot says it all but this is pretty interesting when you look at the stats of what has happened in the postseason. look what the 49ers have done
rushing and look what they've done passing. they threw all of eight passes in the win over the packers. amazingly, nationally, there are people criticizing the 49ers saying that maybe jimmy garoppolo is in the postseason quarterback. >> it is while that we take criticism for that . we won the game and that's the main point of an nfl football game. you'd be sad if you do for 450 and lost. another example of the team being selfless and what we're doing is a of a quarterback that cares less of you throws for 500 yards or for 10. he wants to win a game.>> he's got to do what he's got to do. that's why i love jimmy but i'm tired of talking about jimmy.>> what is your reaction to jimmy garoppolo throwing eight passes? like joe alluded to, he could care less. >> i think that is great. i think the teams that run the
football and stop the other team from running the football has the best chance of winning when it comes to playoffs and definitely the super bowl. it becomes a situation where the toughest team is the better team. >> the 49ers are physical. >> in the days of these teams are known as finesse 49ers. they've changed that. >> what is so oppressive about that team as well as you have wide receivers who are happy to block and don't say i didn't get my targets or touches. we talked about what raheem mostert did. raheem mostert hadn't almost record for the most runs. he has directed that is sitting here with us . five touchdowns against the new york giants january 15 94. 44-3 win. tell us about that day win. >> we were so excited and ready to play. i love that. this is what i'm talking about. look at that. you hear what i'm saying? in blocking is what it is all
about. when you talk about guys like tom or like i said, there he was right there. they went over and beyond when they were playing on the field. they always came to me and told me before the game you will have a big game run after me. >> follow the big guys. >> ricky will stay with us for another segment and we will get an appearance from the guru, who will evaluate who he thinks has the is between two of the most creative offense coaches in the game. i had to bring this up, ricky . you and i did a show way back when. >> i remember that. >> more sampling of that, when we return.
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this is a 49ers playbook. >> i am ricky watters, yes i am ball, no need to adjust your television set. >> you and i did this show for a couple of years. you came in unexpectedly with no hair. so we had to get you back for that. your recollection of doing the show and making good. you are always a good sports.>> the fact that we could laugh at each other . you don't take each other too seriously or
take ourselves too seriously, it is hilarious. i'm loving it even now. just as funny as it was back then.>> true transparency that was a recorded show. we had to do that five or six times because we were laughing so hard, to make it make sense. >> he got you back right? >> ricky did get his revenge on me and here he is. >> oh yes, i love it.>> notice i'm wearing a hall of fame jacket. >> oh look at that, some of those look pretty good there. >> that's a little close for comfort. that's good stuff. >> people forget, they remember your big career but you had a big charitable side and you are one your name the american cancer society man of the year.>> yes. >> i was the mc that night. and some of the teammates had
some fun with you . let's look at another clip from the good old days. check this out.>> me, me, me, me, me. don't worry. i'm not going to sing a song. that was my imitation of ricky getting in huddle. >> that was a good one. >> reporter: me, me, me, me, me. >> that was brent jones and you have always been incredibly fit. and there is actually a workout video that you did at one time as well. i think we will see a clip of that. you are still fit. is fitness still part of your life? >> yes, it is more like rehab now. it's different now . trying to get over these bumps and bruises and things that i got. >> the apple doesn't fall far
from the tree.>> i love that. >> your son, ricky junior, is a budding entertainment. let's look at video of the proud papa. check this out. >> ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night, i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ >> makes you proud. >> big time. it is very great customer thing we do is for a great cause. this is what we love to do, he went to school for this, he went to the oakland school for the arts. he's been doing it ever since he was little. it is something he loves to do and that we love to help him as well. it's awesome to see him doing that, he gets up there and doesn't care. >> access to the players was
much easier back then when we got to know you. the media wasn't the big bad guy on the block. we developed rapport with you. >> there wasn't so much media either. you're right, we got to be friends with the guys. >> it's great to have an old friend back here with us.>> it is good to be back here.>> we want to introduce you to the guru. still to come on the mercedes benz sports weekend, when we come back, the guru makes his appearance and he will tell us what he, nostradamus, and kyle shanahan all have in common. a middle class kid who
determination - it's the way mike will get it done. mb: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. many of us out there cannot wait one week from today. the 49ers in miami against pat mahomes and the kansas city chiefs. it can't come soon enough as far as i am concerned. >> it is time for the guru and we haven't met the guru. the guru has a statistic for us, i believe. >> you like to refer to me as this man. the stat man . ricky, stats don't tell the whole story but there is to hear that bode well for the 49ers in this game, a great game but when you look at the matchups . one of the keys to the 49ers russian game which we highlighted all your it has
been incredible, second in the nfl all year and look at the chiefs rushing defense. 26. that's an area they could exploit and they will try . when you look at the 49ers passing defense, number one in nfl all season and they will go against patrick mahomes and the fifth-ranked passing offense. that is a strength and another is a 49ers strength on the weakness although the chiefs have been better lately, stopping the run. as for the coaching magic, and he read one of the best nfl coaches to never win the super bowl. he is the 28th winds in the playoffs and he is without a doubt a great offense of mind. no coach is more in sync with his team then kyle shanahan is with the 49ers. this is one example from the championship game . watch how he warns the referee of a holding call coming right before it happens.>> 85 versus
their guy. he won't let them out. >> he held him the whole way. >> that's what i call some coaching. >> told them what to look for, he looks for it and called it, he was held on the play and you knew exactly what was going to happen. that is just one tiny little example. it is his playcalling, the team is laser focused and in sync with each other. ricky knows better than anyone. you are at the nfc championship game. i like the matchups for the 49ers, a close game i think but i like the 9ers. >> you are the guru . what are you feeling about the game? >> i feel like the 49ers look at this game and i think it will be the defense that wins it for them. having played offense, i know offense sells tickets but the defense wins championships and i think that will get it this game. >> we will both be down there.
this is a day where we revisited some things, we are going back to tammy where the 49ers have won two super bowls. mark and i will be there a week from today but mark will maybe have to revisit something he did one of the last times he was there. >> players starting to get serious, hitting the playbooks and the practice field and for us announcers, it is time to bone up on our statistics. from miami, i'm for the 10 p.m. news. is that good? that you by that, all right. >> the day-glo shorts. remember those? are we dating ourselves? >> you look cool though, bro. you really do. >> i know we will have some fun just like we've had on the show.
>> all right, ricky watters, thank you for watching. >> caleb plant's journey has taken him from the heights of success to the depths of despair. >> i think if pain is fuel for greatness, then i think my tank will be full for a long time. >> for the boxer known as "sweethands," his ability to thrive despite that pain has earned him a world title. and after a breakout year in 2019, he's a fighter on the brink of stardom. >> it's been a great year. i won a world title in january, got engaged the same night, got married to my best friend, defended my world title. >> he goes down again! >> a long way from where we started. >> from his small-town roots in tennessee, plant has climbed the ranks of the sport, never tasting defeat
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