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are growing up. [ sighs ] guess they don't need us as much anymore. oh, well, that was the plan. i just thought it would feel better than this. me too. at least we still need each other. how did i get so lucky? okay. still got it! oh. this is the 10 o'clock news on train to on ktvu. tonight, witnesses described the scene at the part bart station where it was very chaotic. >> when the ship fired. >>the man supposedly had a gun in his waistband, the chief said he did produce that
weapon, good evening to you. this while the scene is paid playing out for hours. we are joined now more with the shooting and investigation. >> this happened at 2. they got a passenger on a plane on the area, the man appeared to have a gun tucked in his waistband. police are not releasing the identity of the victim that sustained life-threatening injuries after being sharp shot by bart police a train, bound for fremont, that went into responding to the emergency call, went to confront the suspect with their firearms. based on the report of a potential weapon. the officers. went onto the platform. >> they challenge the individual that ran, off the train and onto the track way.
which point at which point a gun was produced by the suspect. and the officers ultimately, shot. >> maybe eight, nine in a row. i thought it was gunshots everyone was running out. >>police did not say how many shots were fired or the suspect fired but they did recover a handgun we don't know if it's one that they saw on the platform. the suspect was airlifted to hospital. witnesses say, the female companion screamed out that he's only 17. >>have a young child who is male and african-american, and seeing the body of an african- american male laying face forward, was devastating. >> bart's police chief said they'll use video the from the plane,ãcam and others. saturday afternoon they said they didn't see video but based on officer witness accounts, they said that officers did
reacted appropriately. >> i think her officer said that they were supposed to do they got a call the suspect was possibly armed with a handgun. they responded accordingly did a great job. >> that is a opinion of course. a independent police auditor is involved in the case, and they have up to a year to find out whether the police officer's actions were justified. >> that station and another station were closed down for the investigation, so many people do depend on bart to get around. any word on if that station is open yet ? or when it will ? >>i did anticipate that question, i checked their twitter feed, which was updated three hours ago the indicate that right now at this hour, richmond is closed, and the el cerrito dell norte where the incident closed, but there is a bus bridge, dell norte
or richmond via bus. no indication when the stations will reopen. >> we go now to san francisco into frightening attacks but separate incidents, one woman stabbed. as we report, police have made a arrest. >> the san francisco police department wrapped up their investigation earlier this morning, it was a scary situation. leaving people on edge.>> reporter: it's a sunny and warm holiday season into disco which was a great time to enjoy it. >> we had to come out. >> while on their walk, tourists and locals are looking on their under over their were we are on edge. >> is the officers went to peer 19 at six dac 6:50 5 pm.
he got away on his bike. then at seven: 10 am they believe the same man attacked another woman at pier 39. >>it's surprising to hear that, when i was looking around this area seemed pretty safe. >> reporter: police found a man matching the suspect description and detained him. both women were taken to hospital. one had a bandage around her head as she was getting into an ambulance. while the police department continue to investigate, people spending the beautiful day are being vigilant. >>we are being vigilant and staying on your toes there's nothing you can do, you have to keep living your life. >> reporter: in san francisco, ktvu fox 2 news. more story that gets steam, as the supervisor is calling for a investigation by san francisco mayor that she had a relationship with former public works director two decades ago and accepted a monetary gift
last year. so they are at the center of an fbi investigation. there is an online essay discussing the previous relationship. it stated about 20 years ago where she said she accepted a $5600 gift from him last year to repair her car, and secure rental vehicle. supervisor hillary, says that she should resign and not haney is calling for a investigation. and gordon says she should step back down and his statement reads in part i think were read should do the right thing and temporarily step back from her duties until a full independent investigation can be completed. you can read the mayor's blog post and its entirety on our website ktvu.com. rest assured here in los angeles we are not coordinating
with ice. >>los angeles mayor, and la chief police chief michael moore is releasing this video yesterday making it clear, they will not be working with ice. the pushback stems from the trump ministrations plan to deploy 100 border patrol agents and field operations customs officers to nine cities that include los angeles, and san francisco. i said the deployment is in response to policies that make it more difficult for federal agency do their job. fox news, spoke to a leader. >>chad wolf tells me he's moving agents from the southern border to the interior to help ice agents keeping up with the millions of illegal immigrants in the country. wolf says he's getting no help from law enforcement in the so- called century cities. >> are sanctuary cities, we get zero help from law enforcement. most of the times, they are prohibited from helping us.
due to state or local law there. >>new hampshire primary bernie sanders plan to overhaul the oh the immigration system speaking in a rally in nevada. >> we will bring fundamental change to our border policies, such that, federal agents will never be snatching babies from the arms of their mothers. >> meantime they're going to chicago to invoice additional agents have also been saddened, houston, boston, new orleans, and newark missouri new line w president trump's hard-line stance on illegal immigration. the swat like teams will be deployed. everyone is happy with the move. three years the mayor of los angeles as well as its police chief, say they will not cooperate with the trumpet ministration on this issue. other mayors and sanctuary
cities feel the same way. secretary will said she would like to see more cooperation from democrats on this issue. that will be a major challenge during election year. in washington, fox news. another big story is a number of coronavirus cases rises in china, health experts say there appears to be no immediate end in sight. chinese tourists who tested positive for the deadly virus, became the first patient to die in europe. the french health ministry confirmed that 80-year-old man, was hospitalized after arriving in france back in january. >> the state his state deteriorated quickly, and he was in intensive care unit for several days. the coronavirus outbreak was first reported in wuhan china in december. it has infected at least 67,000 people, worldwide, and more than 1500 people have died with the vast majority in mainland
china. there are 15 confirmed cases here in the us, none in alameda and none in oakland, still chinatown businesses say the coronavirus crisis is affecting their bottom line. today, they are trying to restore public confidence. she said false rumors and coronavirus fears are hurting the company. >> is the new year in oakland chinatown, the year of the rat. this is typically a busy and exciting time. but fear of coronavirus has kept many away. merchants and restaurant owners report a steep decline in business. now more than ever we all must support the chinese community, right here at home. >>mayor libby shaft they want to get the word ou is safe. >> at this time, there is no confirmed coronavirus cases in oakland, or alameda county. even with that fact we are seeing businesses affected. so we want to assure people,
that the proper precaution, has been taken. >> still rumors have been flying on the messaging app, we chat. >> people read online, and claim that the restaurant had people contracted the virus. and died. you know it's not true. so we just want to fix so many rumors. >> they talk, and talk. and it's really about problem. >>this woman is the owner of shooting star and she is worried about her company. the line is typically out the door. but not today. she has artie left two employees go. >>lunch hour we are usually pretty busy 15 minutes a long line half an hour but now, it's the most empty. >> designers all use uc
berkeley students didn't think twice about supporting this cafi. >> it's not really fair to suddenly stop going to these businesses for a month or two. i feel like those businesses can really suffer. >> meanwhile mayor dined at the popular restaurant. usually this place is packed, we saw many empty tables. the manager there told me businesses down 30-50% and employees of also had their hours cut. once again. we are open for business. >>and happy new year. our coverage for the coronavirus continues coming up at 10:30. the northern california couple that just found out they have to stand another 14 days in quarantine, after being stuck on a cruise ship. and a exciting duck hunt how san jose's aaron was robbed of the dunk title, later in sports. or someone in custody, and the connection and of a
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manhattan. the 14-year-old now sits behind bars, charged with murder. as an adult. >> email 14 years of age was taken into custody without incident, and the rest of the teenager. >> test the majors, was stabbed. so it's major the 14-year-old was arrested at a harlem housing project friday night, he's being charged as an adult facing two counts of second- degree murder, one for intentional, the other for felony murder during a robbery. manhattan districts attorney is also charging him with four counts of robbery. another teenager, 13-year-old boy from manhattan, was arrested the day after majors was murdered. he was charged with second- degree murder. first-degree robbery, and criminal possession of a weapon. >> our office and the nypd, or in a active investigation.
we will continue. >> majors was a freshman, last year december 11 police found her lying face down, bleeding from multiple stab wounds. according to the nypd, the 18- year-old was attacked while walking in the morningside park. >> be calling the killing of 18- year-old tessa majors was a heartbreaking tragedy. it brought unimaginable loss to her family, and friends. >> surveillance video showed three people and major struggling to park landing before she broke free and staggered up the stairs ending up on the street worse school security guards found her and called 911. she was pronounced dead at the nearby hospital. they noted multiple stab wounds to the torso including one that pierced her heart. >> as alleged some of her last word she was known to said was help me. i'm being robbed. >> the defendant remained in custody and set to be arraigned on february 19. in new york, fox news. new sculpture honoring the
lives of mariners, is at the maritime center. this culture is called the remembrance, it pays tribute to the hard work done by merchant mariners, and it serves as a memorial to the ones who gave their lives at sea. the artist james alan king is with the sailors union of the pacific. bay area weather a lot of sunshine, a few high clouds gradually drifted in throughout the day. not a completely sunny day but temperatures for this time of year on the warm side once again. look at the highs ranging from 55 in pacifica 272 in morgan hill. san jose the six, and san francisco 620. a mild saturday, we do have changes up to our north. up in the north coast as well california we have light rain.
so we are tracking rain for tonight but no rainfall for us we have clouds moving in for tonight. and clouds for tomorrow morning. current numbers, still in the 50s, santa rosa 52, napa 49, concord 55, sam francis go checking 54 so not incredibly cold but still, temperatures are in the cool spot back into the 40s overnight. here is our own live camera looking at san francisco saturday night not much in the way of fog but just some high clouds moving in from the north, we will have high clouds, first thing tomorrow morning. partly to mostly cloudy skies, and temperatures and cold spots could be in the upper 30s to 400. with clouds still paying us a visit. here's the plan for tomorrow, temperatures around 40-500, a son/cloud mix and then partly cloudy skies and the winds could pick up maybe 15-25 mph by mid to late afternoon and into your sunday night. forecast highs tomorrow will be in the upper 50s to the low
60s. we will let you know if there any rain chances. february so far has been dry at we will let you know if there's any hope of rain in our five- day forecast coming up a little bit. the nba commissioner and vail the new tribute to kobe bryant. the league has renamed the all- star game mvp trophy the kobe bryant mvp award. during his announcement, commissioner said, quote no one embodied all start more than kobe bryant. bryant played in the all-star game 18 times in his career, and won the mvp award four times. kobe bryant along with his daughter and seven others died in a helicopter crash last month. a public memorial is planned for february. mental health and social media. snapchat and billing tools in hopes that will help. plus the ea starting school a bit later. law enforcement agencies are using any facial
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gavin newson who signed it last year said science shows teenage students to start their day leader, increase their academic performance, attendance and overall health. the new state law does not take effect until 2022, but some schools decided to make the change sooner than that. social media a platform snapchat, rolling out a new mental health wellness feature it is called here for you. if the new tool to provide emotional and mental health for users and gives users the opportunity to reach out to local experts when they search certain topics like depression, stress, grief, bullying and s o advice on how to support a suffering friend. users will start using herecomi any facial recognition is getting great reviews for its
accuracy. and can be used for law enforcement. it's also raising multiple concerns about personal privacy. >> clearview ai. >>this is a new facial recognition that can identify anyone with a single image, it's designed for law enforcement, they chicago police apartment has signed up for a two-year trial. in fact, they claim some 600 law enforcement agencies nationwide, are already using it identifying shoplifters, pedophiles and others. >> there's cases where we help to identify children that have been victims of sex trafficking. >>they claim the app is 99.6% accurate and we put it to the test. we uploaded an image of me, instantly, 103 of my photos appeared, with links from all over the internet.
>> while this is an ap photo. >> and i covered half of my face. and it still worked. >> 24 matches with my hand over my face. >> clearview ai claims it has a database of over 3 billion internet photos, taken from various websites like google, and the world's largest social media companies like facebook. companies that have since cease and desist letter letters to's scrap the app. they said it violated their terms of service. a charge they say is hypocritical. >> were not taking personal data this is things that are out there on the internet, they track where you go around the website. >> in a letter, they said this technology could be made available to the public saying that their product appears to those particularly chilling privacy risks. >> that could be concerns about stalkers or people who are victims of domestic violence, or people who want a certain amount of privacy.
>>the company says they have no plans to make this app available to the public public. >> i think a lot enforcement it's great. for everyone on the streets to use it, what is the point ? >> appointed despite the intention, the critics point out the app is already available to some banks, investors of clearview ai are reportedly interested in making it available to everyone. in new york, fox news. mike bloomberg is starting to become a serious contender for the white house. the businessman report responding to criticism that here is having hillary clinton as a contender. >> this couple will not be able to two weeks back to home because they are quarantined for the coronavirus. >> you know when you're at ross and... wow!
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couple so they cannot wait to get off the ship, the couple found out yesterday they will be spending another 14 days in quarantine. we really want to go home. >> otis and his wife are preparing to head home, from their two-week vacation. when i got news of the virus spreading on their ship. >> we had an announcement, we were all going to remain on board, for 24 hours more. because a person had the coronavirus. >> everyone on board was put under a two week quarantine back on february 5. since then the number of coronavirus cases on board, have continued to climb to 285. but friday, the us embassy in tokyo, notified those on board for involuntary evacuation. >>dear coming in today with two charter planes, they are planning on chartering those i
want to go back and they need another 14 days of quarantine in the united states. >>planes will go to the air force base first. the rest of the people will stay on the plane and go to texas. it's raining today, we will play it out. >>he says he and his wife have not shown any signs of the virus. they are ready to get back to their normal life. >> we have had we have pets, they will be seven weeks away from us they may not know us when we see them. >> is a couple celebrated their anniversary and valentine's day together in quarantine. they are now thinking twice about taking another vacation cruise. >>we were going to go in the first week of june to the bahamas in july we have another three-week cruise were going to norway, iceland and greenland.
so, we have to rethink some of that right now. >>americans on board the ship, who have tested positive for coronavirus are those that show signs will continue to receive treatment in japan, those who choose not to take the charter flights will be unable to return to the united states for a period of time. the democratic national committee has announced its criteria for the next presidential debate. in charleston south carolina. qualifiers need to hit 10%, or when at least one delegate from iowa, new hampshire or nevada. according to the tracking them, public polling joe biden, pete, bernie sanders, elizabeth warren has immediately qualified for the south carolina debate. that debate is going to be february 25. also in the race for white house, mike bloomberg downplayed a report that he is
considering hillary clinton, as his vice president running the debate. he's focused on next week's debate not vp speculation to respond to a story on the report cited sources within the campaign, that of the former secretary of state was under consideration. also today bloomberg announced a sweeping labor plan he would have wanted if you selected a federal $15 per hour minimum wage. paid family and sick leave, and support policies that help strengthen unions. many of the other candidates have similar plans. the sacrament of campaign office for joe biden for president is now open. it launched and the sacramento county supervisor. discussion with voters on why they say this former vice president is the best to beat donald trump. is a biden's campaign is far from done, and is just beginning. this country desperately needs a different kind of
change. change back towards what is normal. what is respected. what is necessary for people to have confidence in our democratic constitution. >>the mayor endorsing showing biden will not only bring great leadership but also a sense of calm and normalcy back to the white house. us defense attorney speaking out after the united states and the taliban and strike a deal. that could ultimately lead to us troops coming home after 18 years of combat in afghanistan. as fox news mike tobin tells us, they tell the deal promising. but not without risk. >>you have to give peace a chance, that the best and only way forward in afghanistan a political agreement. that means taking risks. that means, enabling our.diplomat. >>the talib and did halt
suicide bombs and rocket attacks. if that happened is supposed to be signed in 10 days. that would lead to negotiation with conflicting things in afghanistan. a cease-fire and the commitment from the taliban for no longer harboring fugitives like al qaeda. also timetable for us withdrawal from afghanistan. defense secretary efforts would not make public comments about the size or timeframe for the troop withdrawal there's currently 12,000 troops in afghanistan. the expectation is that the us with take that down following a deal. the announcement of a deal came when it came with afghan pres. and mike pompeo. there seemed to be skeptical but supportive of the deal. fox news. still ahead, making the most out of a bad situation.
a young teen with special needs that was beaten and robbed at a park, helped organize an anti-bullying by great at that same part, dozens of people came together on bikes, even on motorcycles to take part in a anti-bullying bike ride. michael valdes and his mom organizes ride, after three boys beat up michael, stealing his bike and his shoes at that park last week. now, the teen is turning his pain into action, and is taking a stand against bullying. is asking others to do the same. >>if you know anyone that's been bullied or anyone that wants to help stop bullying. i don't want anyone else to peo joined, she said her son has been scared to go out of places. she's hoping that will change now that he knows he is not
alone. most areas on sunday should be a little bit cooler as we are tracking a weak system, very weak from the north. but you know it has been a dry start to the month. each passing day, we are approaching a dry start with 0 inches of rainfall in the bay area. it still looks dry into the upcoming week there is a good chance as we close out february as we take check out the rain forecast model and we put this into motion, into next week or we are showing you a bunch of zeros to our north, a lot of rainfall but in the portions of the pacific northwest, picking up the rainfall over the next few days. satellite showing, some clouds and a few showers in fact approaching the northern california. some light rain reported here. that's where the focus is at
least for us in the bay area there's a tiny chance of a sprinkle but the bulk of this is not even really reaching the ground. current numbers not actually cold. santa rosa 52 oakland 54, san jose in the lower 50s. in san francisco tomorrow morning, across the entire bay area we have cloud cover 400, by lunchtime, son/cloud mix, partly cloudy, the winds do pick up, 15-25 mph by late tomorrow afternoon and into tomorrow night. we have been talking about the system, look what happened in the sunday falls apart, there is a slight chance there is some snow in the tahoe area for tomorrow. no real organized. we have the storms appear, they are being deflected is area of high pressure. this one will generate clouds tomorrow morning, the winds
will strengthen in the bay area hills, and closer to a sea level on monday winds around 25- 30 mph. but with this inside track here, it's a dry weather pattern for us. tomorrow morning, showing clouds out there, we should have that son/cloud mix into the afternoon hours, as we take this into monday we will clear things up with breezy conditions they could stick around for the northbay hills but no wind advisories for that time period. forecast highs for tomorrow in the upper 50s, 60s. san jose checks and 64, a look ahead, your five day, still talking about the dry weather pattern. a bit of a breeze monday, more sunshine this is getting so old, the same old weather story i'm tired of our forecast. there is nothing new to talk about, hopefully, we will see the storm door open and bring us some beneficial rainfall.