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are on the way. >> plus a proposal to san francisco to add even more homeless shelters in the city. why one supervisor wants to see one shelter in each city district. >> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. . >> good morning, to you. it is a pam cook day because it is friday. >> good morning. i'm pam cook and . it's also a foggy day. >> mr. clark you look very sharp today. >> thank you. so do you. >> that's a nice tie combination. >> thank you. >> now we came in odark 30. fog or sun. patchy fog tomorrow. mostly sunny. the wind and goes into sunday where
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there's a high wind watch. 30s and 40s on your temps. we'll end up with sunny to most upper 50s, 60s to maybe near 70 degrees. sal's here now. richmond bridge or is that better. >> it's a little better there trying to get to it and the fog, steve just as you mentioned has moved out. highway 24 looks good. the fog wasn't here at all but on the other side of the bay bridge we couldn't see anything. so the fog is moving around. 6:01. let's go back to the desk. >> another plane landed in travis air force base in fairfield filled with americans brought out of china as the coronavirus continues this morning. that plane refuelled and it took off from traifts just about an hour ago. it's on its way to san antonio, texas and then on its way to
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omaha, nebraska. part of the state department evacuation. there will be a second chartered flight today. it will fly to vancouver, canada delivering a group of canadians. then it heads to san diego and the ation. if now the latest on the evacuations on wednesday. the evacuees will be quarantined for two weeks there. they're describing their experiences on social media. many are just happy to be back in the united states and doctors are closely examining them every day looking for signs of a fever or other symptoms. one man in wisconsin said his wife and young daughters have everything they need while they're being quarantined. >> they brought diapers there's baby food, baby wipes and tall these things were supplied in the hotel on the air force base. >> one quarantined man posted this on instagram saying he
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would walk freely around the hotel and even go outside. and if there are any signs of sickness, the cdc says those patients will be isolated athe a nearby hospital. the death toll from the coronavirus continues to climb. china announced today that 636 people have lung the doctor who angered the government by first warning people about the disease. than cases worldwide. china's state media is reporting that president shi jing ping urged the u.s. to respond reasonably during the outbreak during a phone call with president trump. . the cdc is currently convicting conducting a test that could report consults within just two days. faster lab work can limit the
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spread of a disease while speeding up treatment efforts as well. testing is scheduled to begin on wednesday. san francisco's chinese new year parade will go on tomorrow as scheduled despite the concerns about the coronavirus. gton is in san francisco with more in chinatown about the preparations. >> yeah, a lot of last-minute preparations going on before tomorrow's biggest new year parade. it attracts hundreds of thousands of people. now i want to show you some video from peer 54. that's where float makers are making their floats for the event. city leaders and public health officials say it's safe to attend the parade. the san francisco public health department is working closely with the department of emergency management to monitor the virus. . >> people are concerned and fearful, and again, i think the key thing to remember right now
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is that there's no newly diagnosed novel coronavirus in san francisco. >> the commission of this fear is unfounded. there's more people getting hit by a car right now than people actually catching this. >> in the bay area, two patients from san bonito county are being treated at ucsf. two other cases have been reported in santa clara county. parade organizers did issue a statement saying they are monitoring the coronavirus with guidance locally and with the centers for disease control and prevention and the world health organization. now they say there will also be emts along the parade route in case of an emergency. again, the parade will go on. reporting live in san francisco, alyssa harrington ktvu fox 2 news. >> don't forget. you can watch the san francisco chinese new year parade right here with us. our live coverage begins at 6 p.m.
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tomorrow night. today oakland mayor libby shaf will deliver her state of the city address. keep oakland housed is designed to help people struggling in oakland more than went 100 oakland families. her speech is scheduled to begin at 5:00 this evening at the oakland museum of california on oak street. >> there are now boulders on the side of a fremont road to stop people from parking. along the stretch of cado road. the action came in response to public safety concerns because of complaints about trash and other problems from people who were parking their vehicles along the side of the road. but many of the people who had been living in the area kind of wonder why they had to move. >> it's kind of a slap in the face. >> we tried to give people
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enough time to know that they could move and, you know, i don't know they went they may have moved just down the road and that's fine. >> the city of fremont could place more bolders on the road. our time is now 6:07. in san francisco city leaders are debating a plan that would make sure there are homeless shelters in every district in the city. supervisor matt haney has brought up opening a homeless navigation center in every district that doesn't have one right now. only three of the cities 11 districts have homeless navigation centers. the muni yard has been the home base of san francisco transit vehicles for more than 100 years. first streetcars then buses have been parked there since 1915. but now the muni facility may
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come home to some of the operators. on the land which it owns. san francisco's affordable housing crisis in the current shortage of muni drivers. time is now 6:08. let's get you to where you need to go. sal is an expert at that. >> yeah. one of the good things fog lifted in some areas already. it was foggy at 4:00. it's not foggy at 6:08 on some of these commutes. it was pretty foggy earlier here. and if you're driving on the commute in san jose it's fine. we had an earlier accident on the connector ramp. they cleared that and traffic recovered almost immediately. just a little lighter than usual today. let's go to steve for a look at that fog. it's a little lighter now. not as bad as you mentioned.
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all reporting fog on the 6:00 hourlies. 30s and 40s we'll end up at noon with most of the fog should be lifting bythen or bu 70 degrees. upper 60s. i think the city with too much fog there will cool off a tiny bit. which was santa rosa. now there is a high wind watch that starts saturday night. that's where the north and east bay hills so it's just going to get windy. late saturday into monday morning. high pressure is here. it looks like it does not want to budge. so there's no hint of any rain. 30s and 40s on the this will s,
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on sunday and breezy and warm with an offshore breeze. 6:10 is the time. boeing is trying to work to increase safety and fix the problems on those 737 max jets. what the company is doing to get those planes back in the air. also ahead clearing up the confusion after the iowa democratic caucus we'll take a look at the new numbers there and tell you what's next for the democrats running for president. fighting climate change
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welcome back to mornings on 2. seven democratic presidential candidates have qualified for the debate stage tonight. pete buttigieg, bernie sanders, joe biden, amy klobuchar, elizabeth warren, and andrew yang. yang's campaign has fired dozens of staffers. the latest results from iowa show him in 6th place. the staff members let go include his national political policy director. yang's campaign manager calls the move a natural evolution of the campaign.
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time now 6:14. still no clear winner in the iowa democratic caucus even with 100% of the precincts now reporting. pete buttigieg has 26.2% of the vote and is deadlocked with bernie sanders. elizabeth warren is at 18%. joe biden about 16%. followed by amy klobuchar with 12%. well the democratic national committee is calling on officials in iowa to take a second look at the caucus results. iowa officials say a recanvas can only be done if one of the candidateses and for it. a recanvas is not a recount. they just check the arithmetic of the vote count. the iowa count was plagued by a lot of technical problems and it's blamed on a voting app. >> so what i want to do today, three days late is to thank you the people of iowa for the very
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strong victory they gave us at the iowa caucus. >> these numbers coming in are neck and neck now in iowa pete buttigieg came away with more delegates than bernie sanders but bernie sanders won the popular vote. a new state bill that would let california voterses change parties days before an election is sitting on the governor's desk this morning. the bill would allow voters to switch parties within 14 days. supporters of the bill say the number of no party preference voters has increased significantly in california and it would make it easier for voters to vote in a prierpment. the sal castaneda boy band south will
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be here in be sold for those the latest, the boy band craze. sal, i went to levi stadium and took my girls to see one direction. >> that was awhile ago. >> i think there were two dads. a couple of guys. the rest was filled with teenaged girls. good morning, everyone. we started talking about the fog when we all got in here. and the fog has moved away from the east shore freeway. we couldn't see a lot of this but now we can. and eastbound 80 and westbound 80 are getting a little more crowded. highway 24 is also getting a little crowded and at the bay bridge we don't have the usual volume. we do have a backup it's just not as slow as it normally is. and on the san mateo
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dunbarton bridges we're looking okay. so we're getting a little bit of a break here when it comes to the friday commute. traffic jam is on the other side of the break and our theme today is movie theme. let's go to steve paulson at 6:17 a.m. . let's get to it here. we have fog kind of dancing around a little bit. coast and bay fog. it did pop up. anthony rosa and napa reporting some fog. 30s, 40s here. mostly the fog will burn off. 50s, 60s to a few near 70 degrees in gilroy. today will be 58 to 68. so most will be above after everything's said and patchy fog, maybe some drizzle saturday morning and then the wind cranks up late saturday into sunday. and the high wind watch will be posted.
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the first part goes to the north and east bay hills. then the second part includes marin. that's 4:00 a.m. sunday to 4:00 p.m. 4:00 a.m. monday. there will be a quiz on monday. the wind will pick up. if you want to see what's going on. take a look. the ridge of high pressure over us sends everything up towards portland, seattle, vancouver. into the gulf and then picks up a tremendous amount of moisture. for us it is a terribly boring pattern and a dry one. and the pattern looks like it's locked in. 30s 40s on your temps. here the dew points are up. santa cruz 42. gilroy's 39. it's a pretty thick fog pattern for saturday night. the next system is what we call an inside slider. they go over land.
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they do form a low and when that low forms, the high pressure says i don't like that so it fills it with wind. 60s on most of the terps today. we want it a little cooler because of that coast and fog. wind will be the main story sunday but that warmer pam on monday. 6:19 is the time. a couple that got engaged at yosemite national park is now at the center of a nationwide search. one photographer's quest to find the two people in that photo. >> but first, the nfl may be wrapped up for the season, but you can still get your football fix on fox. the xfl makes its debut. what to expect from the rebooted league. the white house. we all have progressive plans to address the big challenges facing our country. what makes me different, is i've been working for ten years outside of washington,
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now, our country is at a turning point. struggling to survive. bernie sanders. we know he'll fight for us as president because he always has. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. you know what that is. >> i do. >> movie themes. the oscars are coming up and we're taking your songs from movies. some have really cool ones like this one and others are just like regular songs they use from the movie. if there is song you want to
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hear let us know. >> now i want to watch raiders of the lost ark all over again. banl will change some of the rules in the wake of the new scandal. restrictive use of video equipment and live pictures. an investigation found that the houston astros used a video camera to steal their opponents signs during the 2017 world championship season. the results into the investigation of the boston red sox are expected before spring training camps open next week. be compensated for at least one game. and uc berkley will receive $1.9 million for that road game in south bend, indiana. cal is dealing with some significant budget problems. but the school says facing a traditional football power house like notre dame is a good
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opportunity for players and fans. well the warriors have traded away point guard deangelo russel to the minnesota timberwolves. >> at least he got a great reception there. when russel landed in minnesota last night his new teammate carl anthony towns was there to welcome him with a jersey. warriors alzheimer's traded away jacob evans and omari turn. along with future draft picks will be coming back to san francisco. wigins has been averaging 22 points a game. and the 49ers head into the off season hoping for a. and john manager lynch. coach shanahan also took a lot of question going into the half and
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quarterback jimmy garoppolo. . >> i've been through it all probably a thousand times in the last three days and i know what we didn't get done and what happened but a lot of credit i give to kansas city. i mean, making that 3rd & 15 isn't a high percentage deal. i really thought we had the game won right there. and then you look at how you get back into it, to look at the calls and everything. you always want them to, would. so any time a play doesn't work you're like yeah, i'll think of something different. but i was very happy with how the game went from a management spot. next up for the 49ers preparing for nfl free agency which starts next month. even if super bowl is over that doesn't mean the end of professional football. the xfl is back with games kicking off this weekend. the pro football league didn't work out 20 years ago but it's been relaunched with new rules to speed up play and increase scoring.
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the league hopes people will tune in to watch spring and summer football. >> perfect timing. everybody's having withdrawals this week not having football on. so i think it's perfect timing. i can't be the only one who hates it when the super bowl's over, right. >> right. >> the xfl is right here on ktvu tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 when the los angeles wildcats play the houston roughnecks. sunday morning you can watch the tampa bay vipers play the new york guardians. there are also teams located in dallas, st. louis, seattle, and washington d.c.. right now it's 6:26. there are some health concerns and safety's top priority at this year's lunar new year parade in san francisco. up next, what's being done to calm fears surrounding the coronavirus outbreak just one day ahead of the chinese new year day parade. >> plus lining up overnight for a beer. what's special about this year's release of piney the younger. . >> first, we want to take you
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from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. this is friday on mornings on 2. february 7th. i'm pam cook.
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>> and, good morning. i'm dave clark. let's talk about a little chilly, foggy weather. >> once we get through that fog it will be all right. already having this conversation on twitter. the truli fog it used to be so much. there's less farmland in the central valley so not as much. that is absolutely spot on. i remember back in the day boy that fog was so thick and it would last for weeks on end. some of that would come back in, but we don't see it as much anymore. 30s, 40s on the temps here. look for the fog to lift shgts burn off and then we'll have upper 50s, 60s to a few near 70 degrees. 70 degrees. sal castaneda is here on a friday and he will tell us... that it is just better than it normally is during the week.
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instead of it being 10 to 15 minutes it's 5 to 10 minutes waiting here and the fog has cleared out. san mateo bridge also the same looks like a pretty decent commute. 6:31. let's go back to the desk. >> as more americans are evacuating from china because of the coronavirus, the death toll keeps rising. 31,000 people are infected now. at least 636 deaths have been reported just in china. health experts believe the numbers are even higher as hospitals are overwomened running out of beds and test kits. there are 12 confirmed coronavirus cases here in the united states. ktvu's allie rasmus is live in our newsroom so what's the effort on that to keep that from spreading. well the government continues to evacuate people.
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the plane a military base in san antonio. they will have to stay on a hotel on a base there for the next 14 days. a cdc director explained that that hotel will operate with a special crew trained to work in these temporary housing conditions. >> that includes food taking care of their linens, laundry all of that is being handled by trained personnel. they're going to be in personal protective gear. >> now it's the same process another group of americans are going through here in the bay people are allowed to walk around the hotel and go outside for fresh air. although there is a fence that
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encloses the hotel property to keep them from leaving. now one man says his wife and their two young daughters have everything they need while quarantined at the base. >> they brought diapers, there's baby food. baby wipes and all these things were supplied in the hotel that's on the air force base. >> they're not being restricted to their rooms. we are asking them to have some social distancing. >> meanwhile, also in the bay area, a in richmond is one of just 16 across the country that will start testing for the coronavirus. that lab should be first specim ing on wednesday. and they will be able to produce results within two days of getting a specimen. and health officials hope that will speed up the time it takes to confirm and track new coronaviruses here in the u.s. live in the newsroom allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. our time is now 6:34. now it's the same process for another group. i'm going to tell you about
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this this morning. a royal caribbean cruise ship has docked in new jersey now with twelve passengers who have been quarantined because they may have symptoms of the coronavirus. the passengers are chinese nationals and they started showing signs of the symptoms on the ship which just came back from the bahamas. they're going to be tested by officials from the cdc but so far there's no sign any of the passengers actually have the coronavirus. uc berkley is trying to set the record straight on the threat of the coronavirus. hundreds of people turned out last night for a the illness. it was led by a cal professor who was an expert is a serious problem in many parts of the world, he says wealthy countries such as the united states have the capability to prevent the disease from spreading in large numbers. >> even if we have a rare event of someone transmitting to someone here in the united states that we're not going to
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see large community wide outbreak. >> if i had better knowledge about it i could prepare for them and possibly just let other people know about what the situation is. >> doctor ringold says despite efforts to quickly develop a vaccine he does not believe one will be readily available for at least a year. san francisco's annual chinese new year parade will go on tomorrow night despite the concerns about the coronavirus. the parade through chinatown typically attracts hundreds of thousands of people. it's the biggest lunar new year parade outside of asia. city stay away from the parade this year because there are concerns about the coronavirus. >> the department is working 24/7 forpreparedness with preparedness activities working both within the depart
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other city agencies to ensure we are as prepared as possible in this situation. >> right now two patients from san bonito county are being treated at ucsf. don't forget, you can watch the san francisco chinese new year parade right here with us on ktvu fox 2. we'll bring you our live coverage beginning at 6:00 p.m. tomorrow night. the trial of john lee cowell will take a break today and resume in oakland on monday. a former police officer gave his testimony yesterday on what happened during the deadly stabbing. he unsuccessfully tried to save the life of 18-year-old nia wilson. as former bart police officer andres rocha described her last moments. the attempted murder for the stabbing of nia's sister. time is 6:37.
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a new homeless camp in santa rosa has ignited a new debate. it's not far from the one that was cleared out just last week. dozens of people who were forced out of that old camp, they moved into a new camp and critics say county and city leaders can expect more homeless camps to pop up in the santa rosa area until there's a more permanent solution to the homeless crisis. a photographer who captured an image is looking for them. 10 years later, the kentucky photographer melanie jackson stinson took this photo in june of 2009. stinson says she got the man's e-mail but lost it before she could share the picture with the happy couple. she recently stumbled across the photo and she's now hoping social media will lead her to that couple. >> pam, you have to find them. >> share that photo i'm sure they'd love to see it. time is 6:30. let's see what we see in our
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commute right now. all right. and right now we do have the traffic that's moving along relatively well on most of these commutes. the fog is not an issue anymore at the bay bridge toll plaza. just a little lighter than it normally is. i like this commute so far for the most part. there are some activities some accidents out there. but for the most part it has been a nice commute as we take a look at 880 near 92. there was a crash there. it's been moved to the side. there were no injuries in that wreck. 6:38. let's bring steve back in here. >> thank you sir. we'll get to it. time for the toyota, tahoe report and they are making -- they better make snow because mother nature's not going to help them. that's for sure up at squaw. you get above it's okay. 33 at squaw valley at 8700'. truckee's at 19 degrees.
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today and tomorrow look good. it will be a little increase in the clouds on saturday and then the wind will crank up. there could be a little tiny bit of snow on sunday. this will be a wingd event as we head into sunday. the low drops in. coming over the sierra. there's 21 in tahoe. 36 ukiah. 36 up in redding. it looks like it will be mostly sunny today. fog or sun, although the fog which was really bad a couple of hours ago. it will be on the move saturday and then the wind kicks in late saturday into sunday. already high wind watch is out for the north and east bay hills. that's for saturday night. 7:00 p.m. goes until 4:00 a.m. sunday. then on 4:00 a.m. sunday until monday at 4:00 a.m. includes marin county. i mean, high pressure is just anchored over us and everything goes up, drops down in the inner mountain region, the deep south and then lifts up. picks up gulf moisture and there's just big time systems.
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this pattern is not showing any signs of changing. fog and low clouds will give way to sunshine today and highs 50s, 60s to maybe near 70. i did think yesterday was the warmest day. the wind will be the biggest day sunday and rm waller on monday. 6:40 is the time. extreme weather is hitting much of the country right now. as a tree came crashing down. look at that onto a busy freeway. >> also self-driving vehicles are hitting the road. we'll tell you about a bay area company that will soon be delivering pizza and groceries. >> and now let's check in with gasia mikaelian. who is also wearing red right now. >> i took your lead, pam, because as we know women take care of everyone else before taking care of ourselves. let's do it. i'm going to join you guys in the studio within minutes.
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prada is working to make diversity a top priority. why the commitment to inclusive tea comes after backlash. . >> then coming up at 8:00 ambercrombi and fitch is known for having one type of model. puts people who've never professionally modeled in front of the camera. who will be served face. we'll be right back. growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. it's now 6:44. new this morning the january jobs report came out. it shows 225,000 jobs came out this month. however, the unemployment rate went up slightly from 3.5% to 3.6%. an additional 500,000 people got into the job market in january but not all of them found a job. well the troubled the boeing 737 max jet could return to the skies. the faa expects to conduct a certification flight in the
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next few weeks. it is an important step in boeing's bid to get recertified by this summer. the max planes have been grounded since last march when crashes in indonesia and ethiopia killed a combined 346 people. the faa says they found a new problem in the inspection. the tail for the plane. boeing says that issue is being resolved. time is now 6:45. the federal government gave the approval to a silicon valley program. it's the first time a self- driving car does not have to meet the same federal safety standards with cars with human controls. the r2 delivery robot carries packages not people. it doesn't have pedals or room for a backup human driver. the company based in mountain view nuro says it will now begin an r2 road test in
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houston, oweeks. they plan to deliver pizza and groceries with their vehicle. well a popular convenience store could be the next retailer to go cashless. 7-eleven testing the concept right now. similar to amazon go. this pilot store uses an app to check into the store, pay for items and also look at receipts. there's no word yet on how long this pilot program will last or when 7-eleven might bring this concept to customers. . workers with the popular bay area bakery chain demanding the company recognize them as members of the international long shore and warehouse union. >> we truly believe with our union supporting them these workers have enough solidarity to really form, join, and vote
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yes to join the ilwu in 28 to 35 days. >> the workers are hoping for higher wages and paid time off. there are about 240 workers at the four bakery locations and organizers say a large percentage of them are in favor of unionizing. >> time is now 6407. a new art exhibit on display now is honored local businesses. the made in chinatown exhibit opened yesterday on ross ally. through illustrations the artists are showing how food and other items are created by chinatown business owners and how it affects the daily lives there. . >> a think those three different perspectives brings out the perspectives of chinatown experiences and i think we're finding more broad and inclusive land people are getting to know about chinatown. >> the made in chinatown
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exhibit will open through march. it is the 16th annual release of the pliny the younger in santa rosa and windsor. ktvu's christina rendon joins us where a lot of people are anxiously waiting and there's something new this year. >> this is dedication. take a look. we're going to walk over and show you the first guy in line. he's been here since 10:30 yesterday morning. i've just got to ask, how good is this beer? >> this is the best beer in the world. >> so you can see the line that goes all the way down and stretches all the way around the block. downtown santa rosa. they've been lining up as we mentioned yesterday morning for this triple ipa. basically that means the tire alcohol has 100 hops. it's been followed across the country and the world and to things up a notch is bottling p
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this year, you can take it home with you. they're going to limit to two bottles per day. people are really excited to see how it tastes this year. >> the beer's awesome. for a triple ipa vinny does a great job with it. every year it tastes a little different but it's interesting to find, you know, see what it's like every year. everybody loves it. it's a great beer. >> and the beer has been growing in popularity ever since its first release 16 years ago. the release only happens on the first friday of every february. it lasts only for two weeks here at the santa rosa location and if you're going to come out just know it's going to be a wait. the crowds are probably going to be really big this weekend. you can expect one hour for up to six hours in line. we're going to be here all
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morning talking to people. the doors open at 11 and hopefully show you how all of this turns out. live in saa rosa christina the bring two beers home with you. so i guess you and claim those. her husband might be in on that. >> i think that she and her husband will claim those as they should. she's the one up there. i hope she enjoys it. that's really good. let's go out and take a look at the bay bridge. i want to show it to you. it is backed up a little bit 10 to 15-minute wait. there have been no major issues. can you see westbound 92 looks good heading out to the high- rise and no major issues heading out this way on 880 south. that earlier crash we had has been moved. there have been no major problems getting into it. let's go to steve who has the weather.
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>> sal, in the name of research purposes only i wonder if christina is trying that at 6:50 in the morning. our good friend john bereli had to turn on the ac yesterday. hard to believe yesterday you had to on the ac in my car. i went out and road the mountain bike without a jacket. 30s on the temps. south san jose 36. campbell's 38. cupertino's sleeping in. 39 in so call. 30s, 40s on the temps. 50s highs will generally be above average. big news that will be for late saturday into sunday. high wind watch has already been posted. north and east bay hills as a
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low digs into the central sierra then goes into southern california on sunday. i mean, wilmington, delaware has a tornado warning out. >> really. >> february 7th, wilmington, delaware. that's where all the action is. high pressure is planted here. 30s and 40s on our temps. some fog is moving around. walnut creek is 38. 49 kensington. alameda 47. coast and bay a little bit of fog. it was a little thicker a couple hours ago. it will take an overland track and then form in southern california. a pretty good rain producer for arizona. it's a cooler forecast and the wind again last weekend and again, it looks like this sunday as well. that's the end result here. there's nothing in the way of rain for us showing up even out two weeks for right now.
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♪ movie themes today, and the oscars start on sunday. that's our theme for traffic jams. movie themes, send me your requests on social media and use the hashtag ktvu. >> very good, sal. 6:57. a driver in georgia, very lucky to be alive, but doing okay. a huge tree fell on to a car in the middle of the highway crashing down as other drivers swerved around to avoid getting hit. the dunwoody police said he was taken to the hospital with a couple of cuts thankfully no serious injuries. a man in maryland facing murder charges in connection with a deadly shooting on that
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greyhound bus on interstate 35. five others were wounded. 33-year-old anthony williams was arrested and is charged with one count of murder and five counts of attempted murder. the bus is on its way from los angeles, to san francisco. authorities say the other passengers were able to jump him and disarm him. when the driver pulled over, he then got off the bus. a small fire at disneyland was caught on camera by a park goer. look at the middle of the screen there. it happened near the main street area. they had to close down adventure land and there are reports of a power outage. we're told the flames were quickly put out. it may have been contained to vegetation. no major damage. no injuries have been reported. 6:59. disney, the ceo s saying, i'm sorry because disney sent a bill to an elementary school in berkeley because they
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showed the lion king movie. emerson elementary school was billed $250 for screening that movie for a school fundraiser. the ceo has waived that fee. the ceo, bob eiger said i'm sorry on twitter personally and will make a donation to the fundraiser. swank motion pictures which represents disfully said it takes copyright violations seriously, but understands the school showing that lion king screening was not a malicious act. evacuations and quarantines are on the minds of health official they scramble to contain the spread of the coronavirus, as the death toll continues to climb. and the spirits grow thisrn. we'll tell you about the final preparations. a human trafficking crack down in the south bay, how detectives managed to rescue
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five people and make 17 arrests. >> announcer: from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. 7:00 on a friday. february 7th, i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. some of you may see some fog. i don't know if you do. >> i didn't see any. >> early this morning, me, steve, pam -- >> you're lucky. >> -- it was really thick. >> yes, a little better. >> good morning to us. >> and to you. >> dave's right. like holy molly, it was thick. now it looks to be a little bit better. if you are traveling


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