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one is too much. three is not acceptable. >> three homicides in a month. >> also a historic vote on impeachment went pretty much as expected. now this morning, president trump will address the nation after being acquitted by the u.s. senate. >> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> well good morning, thank you for joining us. welcome to mornings on 2. it's thursday, pam cook. it is february 6th. i'm dave clark. >> and i'm pam cook. it's nice that we're having nice weather. >> yeah, one day. >> so then let the rain come in sunday on. >> on monday eternal optimist
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around here. temperatures might as well enjoy. they're above average here. that's the forecast high for santa rosa today, 68. 30s for a few but now 40s. we'll have sunshine, sunny, and warm weather. probably the warmest day will be tomorrow. there's no travel issues that i can see so enjoy once we get going. 60s on the highs. here's sal castaneda. all right. we do see traffic in the east bay is still off to a nice start. you can see highway 4 it looks good. no major issues here. no problems driving to richmond or san rafael. no major issues this morning at the bay bridge toll plaza. 2020 having a violent start in hayward. take a look at the map.
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it shows where the three separate killings occurred. the police chief says more information about this will be released later today. for now, the chief says that spike in violence is an anomaly. the first two killings happened within a day of each other last month. the police haven't announced any arrests in either of the cases. a city council member says there's no known connection between the killings. >> the worry that i would have is if they were gang related then that would be the problem. that would be a concern. >> now the people we talked to say they're concerned already and one man told us he'd already planned to move to oregon and part of the reason is the rising crime. we now turn to the coronavirus where the chinese government is ordering authorities to round up infected people and send them to quarantine camps. the virus has claimed 564 lives
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in china at this point. there are more than 28,000 cases worldwide. a lockdown in central china is entering its third week. but the lockdown in central china now covers an area of more than 50 million people. passengers flying from sal castaneda to las vegas are finally there this morning after a coronavirus scare diverted the plane to lax. three people on board the flight had recently traveled to china. all three passengers are u.s. passports. they went through a brief quarantine process before being cleared. the plane then flew to las vegas and nuer of coronavirus cases in sen now to 12. someone from wisconsin tested positive. >> the patient did not require hospitalization. they are currently in home isolation and doing well. >> doctors say the illness of that patient is mild. that person should recover.
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that person recently went to beijing and came in contact from people from wuhan, china. the patient began getting sick and went to the emergency room last week. >> asian americans in the bay area say ever since the coronavirus made led lines people have been looking at them differently. fewer people have been visiting san francisco or oakland's chinatowns and ktvu explores the backlash on local asian communities. >> shooting star cafe in oakland's chinatown is a popular spot for young people. >> it's a little hang out spot. >> pa trons often wait in line for a table. >> steadily declining for about a month. maybe a little bit like three weeks but right now it's probably the worst. >> sunny wong and his family run four restaurants. he says business 20 part time workers have been
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laid off. >> people are not going out. >> an example, the pacific renaissance plaza now virtually empty. the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce tells me it's not only impacted asian-owned but other businesses as well. to dispel rumors and help restore confidence in the businesses he's planning a workshop to educate merchants. >> special training not only for the bay area understanding health aspects but more advanced knowledge and how to deal with epidemics like this. >> community leaders say fear of the coronavirus appears to be fuelling racism against asian americans including bullying and name calling and normalizing sdooen phobia, prejudice against people from other countries. >> there's a lot of growing
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fear and prejudice that's coming out of it. there's a new profile now i would call it coughing while asian. >> you're an inconvenience to society. like i shouldn't be out. i shouldn't be visible to the public. >> next week, oakland chinatown chamber of congress plans to hold a workshop as part of its efforts to encourage people to patronize asian-owned businesses. in oakland, amber lee. ktvu fox 2 news. flights in turkey have resumed this morning after a plane that was taking off from istanbul, turkey skidded off a runway broke into pieces and three people were killed. you can see for yourself the moment that peg sis airlines jet crashed into a ditch. the plane broke into three pieces.
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180 people were hurt. authorities say the passengers had in the plane investigators say heavy rains and strong winds may have n the crash. >> 39 people are confirmed dead. most of them emergency workers who were buried while searching for seven victims of the first avalanche near turkey's eastern border with iran. president trump will address the nation later this morning after his acquittal in the u.s. senate on impeachment charges. doug luzader tells us now that the trial is over, the focus turns to the november election. >> a white house official says this will be something of a celebration for the president today even as one republican senator has drawn his ire. >> the issue hereby is acquitted in said articles. >> those are the words president trump had been waiting to hear. we will hear from him later
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today at the white house. >> i think it's part celebration but also similar to the state of the union calling them to come together and work on thingssure to hear ident and supporters. >> utah senator mitt romney, the sole republican to vote for his removal from office and still the president is certain to use the final senate votes as a spring board for his approval records. his approval ratings have been trending up as democrats scramble. >> i just don't understand what that means to release half of the data. >> can't understand why that happens but it has happened. >> iowa state party officials are still releasing results from monday's caucuses, a stunning delay. leading the count right now pete buttigieg and bernie sanders. candidates are already on the road to new hampshire for next week's first in the nation primary. >> while many democrats in congress have questioned the
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validity in the appointment trial. in washington doug luzader fox news. 4:39 is the time. back here to the bay area. how's the commute, sal. >> doug luzader and i had the same glasses. >> i was about to say that. >> i have more than one pair of glasses. i even wear contacts because of my eyes. we got mail from someone who says you are now their favorite tv personality eclipsing me. >> oh, my gosh. over sal bay bridge toll plaza not too bad. some of those cash lanes are getting a little crowded. sometimes they don't open at the same time. but after awhile they will. this backup will probably go away before the main one starts. let's also talk about the east
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shore freeway. no major issues. highway 24 is going to be moderate. so you still even though there are a lot of people on the road, you still have plenty of room for you to drive without any major slowdowns. that could change of course but we'll be watching for you. 4:40. let's bring steve in. >> i got an e-mail like that. it was from my father. >> you know, you're now my favorite. you weren't before but you are now. . let's get to it. if this job takes you outside i don't see rain for awhile here. i do see warmer temps so maybe short sleeved weather later on. 68 santa rosa. really. yes really. 30s for a few. 40s for many. 50s to 60s on the temps. it will be warmer. 30s for a cold as we were. 37, 47 los altos to the hills.
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probably about as cool as we're going to get. the rain line is up in the pacific northwest and even now is starting to lift north of portland. a few high clouds yesterday and they just got out of here rapidly and i don't think that will be a factor at all. it will be warmer 60s. santa rosa usually benefits from a slight northerly breeze. i reserve that for tomorrow. a little cooler saturday and then another low drops in the san joaquin valley on saturday sunday. and breezy and warm again. time is 4:41. mold, lead, rodents. eainvestigates a bay landlord that was once called one of oakland's worst. yet he's still in business today. >> and a movie. shooting in san francisco drew quite a crowd we're going to take you to the filming there
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so let's stay on the offensive, and let's win. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. welcome back to mornings on 2. san francisco city leaders will talk about safety preparations for saturday's chinese new year parade. emergency management officials along with police and fire departments and the san will hold a news conference. the local chinese chamber of commerce will be there as well. they'll talk about security of the parade and the current coronavirus scare.
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city and community leaders have been working hard to try and reassure the public that the risk of becoming infected is low. make sure you join us saturday night for the san francisco chiensz new year parade. ben fong torres again are leading our coverage this year. two investigates is uncovering deplorable conditions in oakland. the system only inspects after a complaint and many renters say they're afraid to speak up for fear they'll be evicted and we are talking about serious problems. everything from mold and safety hazards to rodent infestation. our reporter went out to see these conditions first and out who's responsible. >> behind these walls are health hazards, mold and
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moisture and in the walls rats often killed by the family dogs. from alyssa rodriguez, itput al plastic tubs and food is protected from rodents in these bins. >> i'm always worried about everything. >> especially after the roof collapsed and her youngest son was diagnosed with lead poisoning. >> everybody in this family is sick because of the house. >> this nurse with alameda county or anything else in the house could of caused her blood level to spike. >> she he knows about all these problems. >> and what does he say? >> he's going to come and fix it but when. >> 2 ates chicu phan
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owns these properties. we went inside several of them and found toilet issues and plumbing problems. and crawling cockroaches, peeling paint and electrical hazards. records show code violations at his various properties dating back decades. >> rats. i'm talking rats as big as a cat. >> this former renter sued phan 20 years ago. >> never fixed anything. it was just a temporary fix. >> which is true even now. >> this is the way that they're fixing. >> keeping rats out with metal mesh. replacing locks with this barn lock and using loosely stacked bricks for stairs. oakland code enforcement issued violations, but as of last may, an inspector considered all the problems abated. >> how is that okay? >> it's it needs to be investigated.
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>> he says the city of oakland doesn't have state certified code enforcement ofszs and lacks a program to find issues before renters move in. >> we really need to be more proactive to prevent those situations from occurring so the burden isn't on the tenants. >> studies show low income renters become trapped in the only housing they can afford. >> the city of oakland would not provide an on camera interview but describes the code enforcement that are a direct threat to life and safety. we found many of those violations still exist. >> it is frustrating that we have code enforcement aware of the problems in this unit, aware that this landlord has for over a decade been a problem, but still we have these conditions existing. >> amber morrow represents tenants of the executive
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director 0 of conviction center. . >> do you think this it allowed to continue? >> that's the million dollars question. why are we letting families and particularly children continue to live in these types of conditions. >> mr. phan. >> we decided to have a chat with mr. phan at his home. >> i don't want to talk. >> asking about the long list of issues. >> these people they always complain. >> how do you know that your manager is doing his job? have you been inside these places? >> i do not check. >> if he had checked, he would see the missing smoke detectors. the door that locks from the outside. >> if there was a fire we'd be trapped. that's terrible. >> and wall outlets that should work. >> maybe you should go back and look at all this stuff. >> yes, i will do this. >> melissa rodriguez and her
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family are suing. try to make money. >> i'm always sad of thinking what i'm going to do to change all what we are going through. >> so you're saying you've done nothing wrong. >> i would not say i've done nothing wrong. sometimes when they complain, i go take care right away. >> if you have a tip for 2 investigates we want to hear from you. call this number (510) 874-0222 or you can send an e-mail to 4:50 is the time. keeping an eye on the traffic is sal castaneda. >> i haven't found any. >> that's good. >> yeah, i don't want to miss anything. if you're driving in the north
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bay vacaville, fairfield or vallejo. this is a good time to be getting up early. walnut creek to highway 4 that's good. so you wonder why people are on the road so often. they think it's more efficient to drive to work and perhaps work out at work or do some early work before everyone gets in. how early do you get on the road? hit me up and let me know. when i say hit me up i say reply to me on social media. that's what the kids say. slow traffic here on the west bay bridge. no problems in the silicon valley. it is a nice commute on a thursday. it's 4:51. let's bring steve paulson back in here. >> i'm going to hit you up. 3:15 is when i get on the road. >> usually you don't see a lot of traffic on your way. >> but as i say to people there's more than you think.
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back in the day when we first started this, there was no cars on the road. now, people are getting up much earlier. and today there's no rain. it's going to be warm. we'll see temperatures well above average and it will cool down a little bit into the weekend and the wind will pick up on sunday but it is a very dry pattern here. it looks not very good here for rain going forward. 30s, 40s, 38 walnut creek. 36 fairfield. redwood city's 39. morgan hill is 34. they made it to 27 yesterday. 30s in the santa cruz mountains. upper 30s and 40s around saratoga and campbell. to 42 miles per hour. not that much anywhere else. it is slightly offshore in the oakland berkley hills. we'll transfer to warm weather in the bay area and around the coast. 37 seems possible.
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fresno and bakersfield in there. las vegas 39. they were down to 31 yesterday. i need some rain. go north he said. you'll find it up in portland and seattle. but you won't find it here. maybe a little fog is in our near future but any rain nope. there's another low that drops in but it's a dry week and i don't see rain on the way. it says sunshine and warmer weather. mainly in the san joaquin valley. you can see there's a couple 100 on south lake tahoe. it is very dry for us going forward here. 60s on the temps. mid to upper would not be surprised. santa rosa gets a little northerly breeze. i went with that tomorrow. a little cooler but saturday, sunday offshore breezy and warm. time is 4:53. it's not unusual to see work crews removing rocks and
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boulders from roads but one bay area city is installing bolders onto the street. still ahead where it's happening in fremont and the problem city leaders hope they can fix withthose huge rocks. >> plus the late vote results to iowa caucuses now neck and neck really couldn't get an but first, a sneak peak at how the crews in hollywood are preparing the final details for sunday's academy awards. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president
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welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 4:57. the latest installment of the matrix movie is filming now in san francisco and we saw the crew out there running cable and setting up equipment near jackson and kerne streets yesterday in or around the house of nan king chinese restaurant. we didn't see keanu reeves this time but we did see the director. this year, high fashion, unconventional jewelry and plant-based foods are taking a front row seat. more on hollywood's hottest trends that will be on display when those awards are handed out. >> hollywood is gearing up for its biggest night. the red carpet was rolled out in los angeles kicking off for the final preparations of the
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2020 oscars. celebrity stylists are weighing in on this year's was minimal. people were wearing tuxedo suits and that's always classic. >> and jewelry is no exception. celebrities have been stepping outside their comfort zones all award season long. stacking rings to the max. >> when you add a beautiful piece of jewelry whether statem necklace it really elevates the look and it adds dimension. >> there are also big changes in store for the afterparty. this year master chef wolfgang puck is putting sustainability on the menu. just a few of the dishes stars will be munching on. while the menu features mostly vegetables puck says guests can
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still ask for meat to be added. >> if you don't want to be vegan it's your choice. if you don't want to go to choice. so i think we're certain we have to look a little bit about the environment. >> the 92nd annual academy awards will take place in hollywood on sunday night. time is 4:59. a hollywood legend has died. kirk douglas died at the age of 103. >> i'm going to make something of myself. >> he was incredible. he really was. kirk douglas became known for the 1960s movie spart cuss. icus. he joined the u.s. navy. he got out three years later. his son actor michael douglas, you've heard of him released a
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statement saying his father leaves a legacy that will endure for generations to come and kirk douglas will be remembered as one of the finest of hollywood. there was another overnight shooting in interstate 880. the second shooting in less than 24 hours. what police are now saying about those shootings and the victim. >> also in china, more evacuation flights leaving china this morning as more people are being quarantined because of the spread of the coronavirus. >> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> good morning. thank you for joining us here for mornings on 2. i'm pam  cook. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. i know you want to hear about thursday's weather. that's why we go to steve paulson. >> i want to hear about it too. >> i know you do. we don't have any rain in sight.


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