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looks like it will hold up. that's the sporting life at this hour. it's 11:00, time for more news.>> it didn't look that beautiful last year, i'll tell you that. next at 11 -- >> i don't think it's a fair sentence, it's not fair to anybody. to make a family reacting to the sentence given to a drunk driver and who killed their son. >> the 11:00 news on ktvu fox 2 starts now. to make there was no trial, instead a plea bargain and a sentence handed down for the fatal dui crash, just six months in jail.>> the victim was a 30-year-old that was struck and killed last year. the sentence handed down this week is done to those who knew him. new and 11, debora villalon is live where the vigil was held tonight. >> reporter: alex was hit in
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this crosswalk, it's where people came together to honor him tonight and bring attention to a sentence handed down this week. >> what have i lost? i lost my only child, my son, my love. meka mother reme smart, sweet, kind son who died eight months ago.>> i miss seeing him dance around my condo. i miss seeing him love every dog and puppy he ever encountered. >> those of the same words that kathleen read in court to the dui driver who really struck her son in this novato cross work. incidentally, they were childhood friends. >> it's overwhelming to think how our lives are intertwined. >> alex lingered for two days but never regained consciousness. this vigil was held to honor him and highlight not only the cost of drunk driving but a relatively light sentence. the judge is and the tide by
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guidelines to reduce overcrowding. >> this is what he has to deal with, it's not just marin county, it's all throughout california. it >> instead of gross particular manslaughter, bowden is spending six months in county jail. she played to vehicular manslaughter because she stopped, cooperated. it was her first offense, and she was only 2/10 above the legal limit. >> like it six months whether i'm drunk or not drunk? >> six month seems like it's nothing. to make the defense attorney notes the judge imposed four years probation, and if the boat possesses any alcohol during the time she could be resentenced. she has been remorseful throughout.>> you send it dy li prison, yo i wish for you deann that you reach out to young people. >> at sentencing alex's parents addressed bowden directly.
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they say they have sadness, not anger in their hearts. bowden cried, apologizing to them.>> i'm so, so sorry, and i will do the rest of my life making better in the world. basically that's what she said. >> when bowden gets out she will do community service, speaking to local high school students about responsible driving. alex's parents say they will be happy to participate in that, too. they also note that alex lives on through others, he was a donor and his organs went on to help five people.>> thank you very much deborah. in the east bay, traffic backed up tonight after a person was struck by several vehicles on interstate 880 and high street in oakland. officers responded around 7:45. the highway patrol is trying to determine how the person ended
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up on the freeway. all lanes of the highway are back open. new information tonight on a police sendoff in orinda. they went to the home on hall drive looking into a sexual assault. and 41-year-old david justice took off in his car but eventually returned to the home. minutes later he came out on the back of the house with a shotgun held to his head. after four hours of negotiations police arrested him and he is facing multiple counts per rape with bail set at $5 million. now to tonight's democratic debate, seven candidates on one stage with pointed questions about who is more electable. and time might be running out for some candidates with three more contests this month ahead of a super tuesday. greg lee is here now with the sparring at tonight's debate, with their fireworks here greg
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>> to say the least, the steaks were certainly higher, this was the eighth democratic debate and so far the most contentious we've seen. there was a definite targeting the front runners, ladies and gentlemen tonight democratic candidates for president. >> still without a clear winner in iowa, seven presidential candidate to the debate stage in new hampshire days before tuesday's primary. the latest iowa numbers show pete buttigieg leading bernie sanders by a hair, making him a target. >> i don't have 40 billionaires contributing to my campaign. from the pharmaceutical industry, coming from wall street and all the big money interests. >> he has not demonstrated his ability, and we will soon find out, to get a broad scope of support. >> it's popular to say it makes you look like a cool newcomer, i don't think that's what people want right now.
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we have a newcomer in the white house, look where it got us. >> the former south bend mayor standing by his experience. >> offering a way to do these game changing transformations that will galvanize and energize, not pulverize, the american people. >> it's called total acquittal. >> the candidates also set their sights on president trump, fresh off his acquittal. >> no one is above the law, and that includes the president of the united states. >> right now what we have to do is beat him in november. we have to beat him because he is bad for the american people. >> donald trump is not the cause of all problems. >> they tackled issues like climate change, health care, foreign policy and an extended conversation on race. >> we cannot say the criminal justice is the only time we want to talk about race specifically. we need to have race conscious laws. >> several on stage stressing unity for the democratic party
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and the country. conveying a real sense of urgency. >> we cannot solve the problems before us by looking back. we have to be ready to turn the page and change politics before it's too late. >> if you are tired of the extremes in our politics, and the noise and nonsense, you have a home with me. new hampshire, i would love your vote. >> there were several discussions about who has the best strategy to beat president trump in november. the latest new hampshire poll from marist college shows sanders in first, put a judge in second followed by warren and biden. it >> more than 100 people gathered in san francisco to watch the debate. with three weeks left until california's primary, many said it helped them learn more about the candidates but it did not necessarily leave them with a clear choice.>> pete buttigieg was particularly disappointing tonight as was joe biden's performance. >> i think writing was
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definitely trying to stand out. he was definitely trying to be more forceful. >> yang is the only candidate speaking of issues that are facing the country now and not like a 10 years ago. >> it seems like a mess right now in my opinion. it's tough to be differentiated amongst the candidates. >> one voter told me he has been voting since ronald reagan and this is the first time he doesn't have a clear favorite.>> oakland mayor delivered her fifth state of address. she described successes saying last year alone 880 people went from being homeless to housed. still with more than 4000 people living on the streets or in their vehicles the mayor says there is much more work to do. she called for a constitutional mandate to end
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that the fifth richest economy in the world take responsibility for reducing homelessness until this travesty of human suffering is taken to an end. >> the mayor also touted a reduction in crime. she said in five years gun violence has been cut in half and she announced that the city's first-ever chief of violence prevention. tonight a new effort to reduce gun violence on the streets. the task force claiming a number of successes after just a few months. plus a cruise ship passengers removed from cruise ship in new jersey as we get word of coronavirus. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president
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is better than the criminal in 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, to end the corporate takeover of our democracy, and to return power to the american people. i started need to impeach to hold this lawless president accountable. i'm proposing big reforms like term limits... ...a national referendum... ...and ending corporate money in politics. as president, i'll declare climate change an emergency on day 1. and, use those powers
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to finally address the climate crisis. and, i've spent 30 years building a successful international business. because there is nothing more powerful than the unified voice of the american people. there is late death of a u citizen from coronavirus.the pe
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and the embassy says the person who died was around 60 years old. the new york times reports that the victim was a woman who had underlying health conditions. the number of new coronavirus infections in china is still rising now with more than 34,000 cases. the death toll in china is at least 722. the cdc says a five american evacuees who arrived at travis air force base from wuhan are showing symptoms of coronavirus. another flight of evacuees arrived overnight. 53 of the people on board remained at the base bringing the number of quarantines they are to 234. the cdc says a young child with a fever who arrived at travis on wednesday has come back negative for the virus. in the meantime for passengers from a cruise ship docked in new jersey are in the hospital being tested for possible coronavirus. the other engers were allowed to leave, not kept in quarantine. >> reporter: tonight for passengers who were on board the royal caribbean's anthem of the seas are being evaluated in
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a new jersey hospital for possible coronavirus. ambulances and cdc personnel that the cruise ship as it docked in bayonne on friday morning after an 11 day trip to the southern caribbean. once on board the cdc screened 27 passengers from mainland china. all were cleared except report for passengers in a statement royal caribbean said in part "none of the four guests showed any clinical signs or symptoms of coronavirus while they were on board our ship. all other guests have been permitted to disembark as usual.">> they were testing people for the virus that was early this morning. never heard anything all week. >> is there heightened concern from yourself and other passengers? >> not for me, i just wanted to get off. >> 28 americans are under quarantine stuck on board the diamond princess cruise ship
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off the coast of japan after 61 passengers, including 11 americans were diagnosed with coronavirus. >> we were quarantined, but we shouldn't be in these types of conditions. we are in a desperate stage. >> nearly 4000 passengers and crew are quarantined inside the world dream ship off of hong kong. experts say that illness can spread quickly on cruise ships. last year the norovirus sickened more than 500 people in one ship. >> they still represent a perfect storm for disease spread. people are crammed too close together, sneezing and coughing on each other. >> going on cruises in asia is up to passengers. >> it will be a judgment call for you and your family. >> throughout at least february anyone with a passport from china will no longer be able to board royal caribbean ships. as for the anthem of the the ne tomorrow. of fire could have a major
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impact on the global supply of vinyl records. a fire broke out yesterday at a manufacturing plant that supplies the lacquer used two make master discs that are used to create vinyl records. to cruise nearly 3 hours to control the fire. in a message to customers the company said they had a devastating fire and suffered catastrophic damage. the trump administration has dropped an antitrust probe of carmakers who agreed to follow california's stricter emission standards. several automakers including ford, honda, volkswagen and bmw said they will stick with california's standards to address climate change. coming up, meet ms. chinatown usa ground ahead of the big chinese new year parade. we will cool things off a
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bit in the weekend forecast, and we will also talk about stronger winds headed our way. tom: my mom always told me actions speak louder than words. she was a school teacher. my dad joined the navy and helped prosecute the nazis in nuremberg. their values are why i walked away from my business, took the giving pledge to give my money to good causes, and why i spent the last ten years fighting corporate insiders who put profits over people.
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i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message. because, right now, america needs more than words. we need action.
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while the middle-class continues to struggle. that's what happens when billionaires are able to control the political system. our campaign is funded by the working people of this country, and those are the people that i will represent. no more tax breaks for billionaires. we are going to guarantee health care to all people and create up to 20 million good paying jobs to save this planet. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message because we need an economy that works for all of us, not just wealthy campaign contributors. a new task force in the south bay aims to reduce gun violence by targeting the worst offenders. spent the joint venture between the police and the district attorneys office, they are
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already getting guns off the street. priority gun offender task force are taking off the street.>> we are seeing more and more fully automatic weapons , just recently we confiscated a glock pistol that was converted to fire fully auto. >> the goal was to reduce gun crime by the most prolific criminals. the task force between the police department and the das office started i studying the data they had. >> we spent a year looking at gun crime in our county, and while there's more of it than we would like, it's being committed by a small number of offenders. >> the task force has begun to track them down one by one. there have been a dozen arrests so far with cash and drugs confiscated, too. >> we are trying to limit the number of shootings, so instead of there being four or five shootings, we get them after the first one. we want to do that by being
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very surgical about the way we target the activity. samantha crime lab plays an integral role in linking those cases, they are analyzing every gun and shell casing that comes in and inputting that information into a national database. >> that helps us to solve, gun crimes. >> armed with that kind of information, the task force is already making a big impact. >> every criminal possessing the kind that we take off the street, saves a life. that's not overstating the fact, it saves a life. >> since the soft launch of the task force in october, dave confiscated 18 guns, but the real marker of success will be if gun violence numbers go down by the end of the year. the stage is set for tomorrow's chinese new year
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parade in san francisco. it's the biggest chinese new year parade of its kind outside of asia and a lot of work goes into making it special. ahead of the parade was the coronation of his chinatown usa. this year's winner is lauren yang, who was an advocate for women and girls. >> i definitely want to be a representative of chinese- american girls. show them that they don't need to be quiet or complacent. they can use their voices for others and themselves. >> red floats are lined up tonight at the starting point, the parade usually attracts a huge crowd of spectators but this year's gathering could affected by concerns of public health officials say there is no reason to be concerned. if you'd like to watch at home you can do that right here on ktvu, coverage will begin at 6:00. no threat of rain for the parade tomorrow, just a bit of
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a cool down as we head into your weekend. take a look at the forecast for tomo the biggest deal moves in saturday night into sunday. beginning saturday at 7 pm, for the north bay and east bay hills, then sunday morning for the coast, san francisco, the east bay valleys in santa cruz mountains. we can have winds up to 40 miles per hour. it will be a windy day, really for all day on a sunday. here's the satellite showing you the storm system, partly cloudy skies with fog trying to make a comeback. beginning to cool off into the 40s for santa rosa and napa. and san jose checking in at 50 degrees. here's a live camera look above san francisco, some patchy cloud cover and fog trying to
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make its way back into the picture. we will add that to the forecast first thing tomorrow morning. cool spots in the upper 30s to start off the day and lots of 40s for the rest of the bay area. so tonight, they are skies, it will be a windy sunday and a dry weather pattern is here to stay. we could have some minor flooding that coast and portions of the bay with the high tide tomorrow morning. basically the same deal into sunday morning. here's the next system coming on board, cooler forecast for tomorrow as the load drops to the south and east of the bay area, this will be the source of the gusty winds. these winds could last sunday night into early monday morning. out for that. there's a chance of power outages or may be down trees. forecast ties for tomorrow in the upper 50s to the 60s. the weekend outlook, a little cooler, windy on sunday, but still dry. temperatures can be back up to
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the upper 60s by tuesday. so it looks like the dry weather pattern is here to stay.>> last year seem like a whole different story. ucla and stanford matched up in the battle of the top 10 teams. we will tell you which pac-12 powerhouse came away with the win coming up next in sports. mike: anyone hear the slogan,
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'mike will get it done?' ok, let me tell you what the 'it' is. as mayor, i expanded healthcare coverage. as president, i'll build on obamacare because healthcare is a right. i created nearly 500,000 jobs in new york city. as president, i'll build an economy that delivers good jobs with higher wages. i'll take on the gun lobby and save lives. and i will stop trump's assault on women's reproductive rights. i've got a record of doing things. i've got the resources
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to take on this fight. as mayor, i held myself accountable for results. as president, i'll offer common sense plans and i will get it done. so let's stay on the offensive, and let's win. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. mark is here now, time to turn our attention to the giants. >> baseball is here, i think it's time to turn the page, help everybody forget what transpired in miami. the giants are going at it. it will be a heck of a good time. the ballpark just comes alive, we will get to see the new
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dimensions of san the giants ne manager talking to the media today as everybody gets set for it. and this will be a season of questions. for instance, buster posey, can he come back to be an offensive force after probably his worst offensive season ever. seven homers, only 38 rbis for the all-star catcher. he was asked if he felt any pressure to get back together again. >> i feel pressure because i wasn't happy with the way i played last year. that the pressure i feel, you sometimes have this nagging thought, can you, can you do that again. that to me is the pressure and the challenge of getting back to feeling like i am producing at that level. >> certainly one of the most popular players, great leader hunter pence is back after a
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one-year hiatus in texas with the rangers. the giants have signed him earlier today to try to make the club and bring back some of the old hunter pence magic. got to keep moving forward though. this team is not quite sure what they want to do. meantime, stanford women take it on the chin tonight against ucla, two nationally ranked teams, stanford number six against number 10 the bruins on their home court. stamford down 5 at half, thanks to williams with a touch from the outside, she had 25 and had the brief leave, but ucla had a tough one. michaela with a three point play, beautifully done. 79-69 ending the 16 game win streak. came up big time short against the other team from california,
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the trojans, ufc. how about this, it is time to check this out. friday night, the mavericks lead the lizards by 1. give it to bradley beal, slicing at the bucket, to score at the buzzer. you think you can't do anything with 1.8 seconds left, he brings victory to washington, and a celebration they are. yale down 4 with 10 seconds left. he banks it in, and he's fouled. he gets to go to the free-throw line, and ties it, miraculously. that's tough to swallow. and that harvard/gale thing. they take it seriously. >> not how i thought it was going to end.
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