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in fairfield. >> the next major contest for i nevada but bernie sanders will afternoon, what to expect during his campaign stopped today.>> from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> good morning, it is february 17 presidents' day i am pam cook . >> and good morning i am dave clark, wondering if there is rain in the forecast and steve paulson is here. >> no. but it is warmer, let's warm it up for february with upper 60s and 70s and the breeze will pick up, patchy low clouds and a few high clouds, overall another very quiet pattern, still some partly cloudy and 40s for others in 50s for others, 50 around san jose and fremont and the city. temperatures bumping up and we will see upper 60s to 70s again at santa rosa, and allie is here for sal castaneda and it
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is quiet we hope. >> fingers crossed, perhaps lighter traffic on the road for the holiday, so far so good especially if you're driving from the tracy area, 205 westbound to the altamonte pass. san mateo bridge looks clear. heavy fog at 880 and oakland at the coliseum but not too many problems traffic wise and it clears up by the time you get to the bay bridge. this morning some of the almost 400 americans quarantine on a cruise ship in japan were flown overnight to the bay area and to the state of texas. the first jet landed at travis air force base last night where they went through another medical exam and this time 14 passengers were diagnosed with the coronavirus, they were isolated at a hospital. alyssa harrington tells us the
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cruise ship passengers who chose to take the charter jet to the us have been through a lot weeks but they are happy to be going home. the mac >>reporter: melanie herring is one of about 300 evacuees who packed up and finally left the quarantined diamond princess cruise ship. >> it has been very trying and it looks like we are on the second half of this ordeal.>> she left a rose and i get well note in her cabin and new yorkers cheryl and paul mollusca shot video as they boarded buses. >> five hours on the bus waiting to get off the bus.>> crazy. we are exhausted but we are on the plane and that is a good feeling. pretty miserable wearing sks. everybody had to go to the bathroom on the bus. >> residents of fairfield have seen their city thrust into the
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national spotlight and debbie can see the air force base out her window at home but she is not worried about coronavirus.>> i am fine with it and they are taking precautions. they are protecting the evacuees and they are protecting the community. they have to go somewhere. >> another man who did not want to go on camera wasn't happy and he said bringing evacuees would bring more problems and no travis air men or women will have contact with these passengers and if anyone shows symptoms during the quarantined they will be treated off-site. alyssa harrington ktvu . >> after those americans left the cruise ship japanese health officials confirmed another 99 cases of coronavirus on that ship. this pushes the total number of cases to more than 71,000 around the most are in where t outbreak started and almost 1800 people have died from
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coronavirus china including one american and there are now 29 e base. a developing story and marin county this morning as a search and rescue team are back out today looking for a missing couple 77-year-old carol could parse ski and 72-year-old ian irwin were last seen at a rental home in inverness. the couple had been visiting the area for a few days and had possibly gone hiking. >> they were scheduled to check out saturday morning and it came to our attention when an innkeeper reported this morning that all of their belongings were still in the unit along with their credit cards, wallet, cell phone of them. more than 100 people are expected to help with the search and rescue. a 17-year-old boy shot over
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the wepected to survive. police rushed to the el cerrito del norte station after being alerted about it domestic disturbance on the train and the police were there when the train arrived at the station and try to negotiate with the young man but say he ran away, pulled out a gun and was shot by police to recover that gun, no one else was hurt resignation continues. a popular self they parked disclose on this presidents' day holiday after little girl was attacked by a mountain lion yesterday morning at the rancho san antonio part open space preserve in cupertino. greg lignin says the story.>>reporter: anyone trying to get into rancho san antonio park or preserve is being turned away. a six-year-old girl hiking about 1 mile into the preserve with two adults sustained two small puncture wounds to her leg after being attacked by what authorities believe was a
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mountain lion. >> this was on the wildcat loop trail and luckily she had some keen adults and one was able to push the lion away and it took off into the brush.>> the task is to catch this land somewhere out here and specially trained dogs are being used to track alliance sent and captured dna from the animal boom used to match a sample taken from the girl>> we will capture the lion and put it in a culvert trap as it can wake up but capture the dna before it happens. >> authorities believe there only three mountain lions in the preserve and some hikers say they have no concern about being attacked.>> this couple showed us they carry trekking poles and a stick for safety. >> two years ago i heard about mountain lion attacks and i was a little bit scared and i was like i am strong but i got on amazon and i bought this stick to use as a defensive weapon.
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although mountain lions are often seen in the preserve they are typically nocturnal and run >> this is the 17th incident in the last 100 years, three fatalities since 1986 so the chances of being injured on the way to open space in a car accident is much greater in your chance of being injured by some wild animal in the outdoors. happening today democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will be in the east a city of richmond for campaign stop. he will speak at a new time get out the vote rally and sanders right now is leading in the polls and the next political contest in nevada and south carolina before the california primary on super tuesday and south carolina before the california primary on super tuesday, march 3. now bernie sanders yesterday was in nevada when a group of topless protesters disrupted a rally.
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he was speaking before supporters in carson city when the demonstrators stormed the stage and one of them took the mic away from bernie sanders. two other women poured fake blood on the podium before being taken off the stage and the protesters were demanding bernie sanders cut his reported ties to the dairy industry. the nevada caucuses are less than a week away at democratic presidential candidates are targeting arrival that is not spending much time in the silver state. joe biden, pete buttigieg , amy klobuchar and the rest are accusing mike bloomberg of buying its way into the election and he is bypassed traditional early voting states like nevada and instead focusing on the states to vote in the super tuesday primary on the third. >> i did not see mike in iowa where we were holding town meetings with people and i do not see him in new hampshire and i did not see him here in nevada. the american people are sick and tired of billionaires buying elections.
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>> bloomberg is close to qualifying for wednesday's democratic debate in las vegas and voters hit the polls on saturday. presidential candidate pete buttigieg is pushing back in response to rush limbaugh the conservative radio host criticized the former mayor of south bend of being affectionate towards his husband.>> i am in a faithful, loving and committed marriage and i am proud of my marriage and my husband i will not be lectured on family values from the likes of rush limbaugh or anybody who supports donald trump. i am saddened for what the republican party has become if they embrace that kind of homophobic rhetoric. >> in the meantime pete buttigieg will focus on nevada voters and he will campaign in carson city later this morning. and president trump is due here in california later this week and he will go to call about
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los angeles tomorrow and talk about the city's plans for the 2028 summer olympics and then wednesday he will go to bakersfield talking about agriculture with farmers in the central valley and he will also attend a fundraiser at oracle chairman larry ellison's estate near palm springs before find a las vegas thursday. now let's check in with allie, sal castaneda is off today but it is probably pretty slow as far as traffic . >> very quiet and very fast if you're driving this morning because there are not many cars on the road. good news to tell you about and you can see all three here in the area just green all the way around, quick 16 minutes from the bridge to the maze, the bay bridge toll plaza very empty and i suspect we will not see metering lights turn on for several hours if at all today on this holiday for a lot. look how empty it is at the richmond san rafael bridge i li
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some of the cameras, there are low-lying clouds out and about to watch out for right?>> a little bit but not too much temperatures in the 40s and 50s and we will end up with another breezy and warmer day. up in the hills pretty good gusts but not the surface which is why the cloud deck is here. here is normal rainfall, santa rosa and san francisco for february, the dry beat goes on and we have a long way to catch the record, it was 2014 and 2015 were we had 56 days of dry weather, and the 16 day outlook for precipitation to march 3 is dry. i think the following week is dry and i think we will go through february without rain. a lot of high clouds coming over us and patchy low clouds underneath and in the hills at decent breeze, 30s to 50s in
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the north, look at kenwood at 55, 48 around windsor and 48 novato, north oakland at 22 and it will peak north at 25 and temperatures will bump up again is everything rides up and over. the projection is dry and there might be a little towards southern california and the san joaquin valley but for us it doesn't look promising at all for the rest of the week and into the weekend. 60s and 70s antioch, fairfield, vallejo, napa and redwood city, cooler in the next few days and dry. the natito address a dark day in our history. a teenaged girl in san jose is recovering this morning after an incredible incident in a golf cart.
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mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws, to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. welcome back, happening today state sen. steve glazier taking action responded to the halloween night shooting in orinda california where five or shot
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and killed and he wants the cities to host fines on people that host parties and short- term house rentals. the fines can go as high as $5000 and the orinda california shooting massacre happened at a airbnb rental that violated law and there will be more information on this at 1 pm this afternoon been and we have an update on the $6 billion development project on treasure island and the company overseeing the project said workers have made progress on street and utility improvements and the workers have also begun to stabilize and raise the land to protect it from rising sea levels and there are navy cleanup crews removing radium based paint from that location which was used when treasure island was still a naval station. 214-year-old girls will be facing trespassing and vandalism charges after breaking into a construction site in san jose and one of the
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girls drove a golf cart off the second floor of the building but as happened yesterday afternoon on east santa clara between fourth and fifth streets and the girl who drove the golf cart off the second floor was taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries and the other 14-year- old girl stayed on the scene while police responded. the mayors of sanctuary cities including oakland mayor libby chef speaking out against the president's decision to deploy border patrol agents in their cities to increase the arrests of undocumented immigrants and 100 border control agents will work with ice the next several months major llies cities including san francisco and la but the leaders of the cities are pushing back. spin if anyone thinks they can come to our city and terrorize our residents into the shadows let me say this, they have another thing coming.>> this goes with what we have been saying for years and years, these things were jurisdictions
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cause us to have to go out and make more arrests at large in the community.>> in a statement they oakland mayor set our residents deserve safety and sanctuary in our streets and not tactical border agents opened will remain the most unapologetic sanctuary city in america. back over to allie covering traffic for us this morning.>> everything looks pretty good and i'm checking the maps one last time and the chp login but no major problems. if you're going out the door you have an easy drive everywhere you go, this is a look at the south bay and moving up to the san mateo dunbarton bridges which are clear and the peninsula as well but 280 in san jose i and steve almost guilty enso dry. it is not right this time of year.>> it is not but not
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totally unusual to get dry weather and unfortunately it looks drive for a while. 40s and 50s on the temps and normal rainfall. we are at zero here. i think we're up to 20 or 21 days without any rain. the problem is it doesn't look like anything is falling this month and if that is the case san francisco that would tie 1864 february when there was also no rain. high clouds and a little bit of a low cloud deck underneath in a breeze up in the hills which will eventually translate into warmer temperatures, 40s most and low 40s around palo alto and mid 40s hillsboro and belmont, upper 40s to 50s in pacifica and my tara. i breathe in mount diablo north there is nothing coming for us.
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later in the pacific northwest and there might be rain towards southern california going forward but it doesn't look like anything for us. when they have 60s on the temps to 70s i thought projection of 74 around santa rosa. the mornings will be cooler for sure but the days will be dry and quiet. sun and clouds you guys. many local governments are cracking down on authorities using facial recognition technology but still a new controversial app is available to police now and will hear from the person who created the app about diversey concerns. san francisco beer week just wrapped up so it may be time to switch to wine and something unusual is happening out of wine country. obama: he's been a leader
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throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws, to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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>> welcome back, it is 4:23 and this week the state legislature is expected to approve a resolution apologizing to japanese american internment victims for the california role in aiding the us government policy now the action is expected thursday but it doesn't come with any compensation. it mainly targets the actions of california legislature for supporting the interment policy and two camps were located in california and one on the eastern side of the sierra nevada and the other near the oregon state line dozens gathered for an emotional
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ceremony in san francisco to remember that people part of history for the japanese american community and as yesterday was annual day of remembers at the kabuki theater, the event included speakers, candles and a procession through japan town. >> after the war must japanese american did not want to talk about the internment extent and they felt in fact somehow they had done something wrong but in fact it took a new generation of young japanese americans he realized this was a grave injustice to our community.>> the annual event remembers the 1942 presidential order that sent 120, 000 japanese american citizens to internment camps and it happened because us government was concerned japanese americans would side with japan during world war ii that no one was convicted of espionage or sabotage the bodies of two men who died in an avalanche near vail colorado have been recovered, saturday afternoon three were writing snow bikes when they accidentally triggered an avalanche and one dug himself
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out and call for help but the two others were buried under 20 feet of snow. the local sheriff said the conditions in the area made it dangerous for the search team.>> we are getting into different snowpacks, heavy wet snow over powdered snow and ice layers as avalanche conditions are always getting worse.>> the two men who died in the avalanche were a 28-year-old and a 30-year-old and both were from colorado. more than 1000 former prosecutors and justice officials are calling for ag william barr to resign, a call for more lenient sentence for roger stone, and president trump criticize the prosecutor's recommendation of 7 to 9 years in prison and stone was convicted of witness tampering and lying to investigators during the mueller investigation and the the nonpartisan government accountability office has reportedly launched an investigation into the billion-
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dollar farm bailout of president trump as he promised $20 billion of subsidies to us farmers financially hurt by the trade war with china and the new york times reports the government accountability office will look at why payments disproportionately went to large farm operations. california wines may cost less this year. the wine industry expert says part is because growers plan to more grapes in 2016 and now the vines are old enough to start producing big harvests but this comes as wine shipments have slowed down for the firstells c younger drinkers are less interested in wind and their parents werelendad to the retai values in 20 years. he says it is a good time for wine lovers to stock.. expect the industry to get its balance back in less than three years.>> good news for a lot of wine drinkers.
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>> good morning this saturday voters in nevada hit the polls and why many democratic candidates are focusing on one rival may not even qualify for wednesday's debate. spring training is in full swing today but a pitcher for the oakland a's has his mind on more important issues thousands of miles away.>> from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2 >> thank you for joining us this presidents' day monday, february 17 i am dave clark. >> morning i'm day pam cook. thanks for joining us and maybe he can eat your breakfast and
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drink your coffee or your tea before going out the door.>> yes indeed and it is quiet you guys with patchy fog and a few high clouds but another offshore event looks to be developing, 40s and 50s in the hills and a few high clouds but another drive pattern unfortunately and it doesn't look like anything is falling anytime soon and temperature starting off of the 40s and 50s, possibly upper 60s and low to mid 70s. napa airport at 39 and mount diablo north 47 mile-per-hour wind and average 60 to 62, but 64 to 72 today. and we have allie in fort sal castaneda .>> quiet on the roads, the commute from tracy into livermore valley it is very good, this is the time of morning we start to see it back up but that is not the case here this presidents' day holiday and right now we


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