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tenants, but i didn't know about the airbnb until recently. >> reporter: sheriff's deputies found the body and worked late into the night. i've learned an attorney said there had been a homicide at the home, and even gave out a possible name of the victim. so far authorities haven't revealed her name or how she had been killed. katherine had lived on the street for 46 years. she's shocked by what happened. >> nothing really happens around here. it's a nice neighborhood. >> reporter: i reached out to the owner of the home, but he declined to comment. this is the third homicide case in recent months in the bay area, with ties to airbnb properties. five people were killed in a gang related shootout at a halloween party in orinda. in a statement, airbnb said we are urgently investigating this tragedy, and we're in
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coordination with the santa clara sheriff's office to offer our full support. there is no word of motivation. but they said they want to thank the gilroy police departments, as well as thealameda sheriff's office. now to developing news from germany where a manhunt is underway after two mass shootings left at least eight people dead. the killings happened at 10:00 p.m. local time in a suburb of frankfort. police say two people were killed at the first bar. another five were killed at the second location. it's believed there may be more than one shooter. so far no one has been arrested and investigators are still trying to determine a motive. china is now reporting a significant decline in the number of new cases of coronavirus. the death toll rose by 108, to
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more than 2100. globally, more than 76,000 people have contracted the virus, including more than 1,000 people outside of china. after two weeks in quarantine, the remaining passengers onboard the diamond princess cruise ship in japan were allowed to leave. more than 600 out of the 3700 people onboard have been diagnosed with the coronavirus. japan's decision to keep people onboard that ship has been criticized by some, who said the confined space may have allowed the virus to spread. >> all of the wait staff were delivering door-to-door for all 1,300 state rooms three times a day. we're just a little concerned that they were working elbow to elbow. >> as we've been reporting, the state department has already evacuated more than 300 americans from this ship to three quarantine sites, including travis air base in fairfield. dozens of people who
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recently cleared a quarantine faced one last obstacle on their long journey home. jesse gary tells us their bus to the airport broke down. >> miles from the final hurdle to break free of coronavirus concerns, and wednesday, a bus broke down. >> i think we were just probably stuck for maybe an hour and a half, until the replacement bus finally came and picked us up. >> jeffrey was one of 180 people trying to get home after 14 days in quarantine. he documented his time away from the rest of humanity on instagram. it was an unwanted adventure where masks were part of the regular wardrobe. >> so it feels kind of weird that everybody looks not normal again, not seeing people with masks like i've always been seeing while i was in china, and also at the quarantine. >> reporter: travis also received passengers this week from a cruise ship that had been docked in japan under quarantine. seven of those passengers are
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sick, and hospitalize indeed the the north bay. officials say just two confirmed cases of the coronavirus. >> we anticipated we would have more cases, but i'm happy to say that we have not documented any person to person transmission in santa clara county. >> an entire operation to ensure that we keep health officers informed. >> reporter: dr. sara cody spent an hour briefing the health and hospital committee. she said her office is currently tracking more than 300 people who returned from mainland china over the past two weeks. so far, none of them have become symptomatic. >> i think the county should be making sure we're on top of it, and we are. >> we follow all the returns travelers. we reiterate the message that they get when they get off the train, which is look out for symptoms and to stay home for 14 days. >> reporter: for jeffrey his 14
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day layover in quarantine has ended. >> the cdc did a real good job making the place feel hospitable. >> reporter: now he and the others, given a clean bill of health, must overcome the headache that is travel on area roads, and in the skies. in the south bay bureau, jesse gary, ktvu, fox 2 news. the search for a missing couple in marin county is now wrapping up for the day. the two vanished last friday, and so far, there's been no sign of them. ktvu's rob roth has the latest now from inverness, where today, the search moved from the ground to the water. >> reporter: marin county's rescue team set out on tomales bay searching. search crews found nothing. >> camera capabilities for searching underwater, as well as sonar.
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>> reporter: the search centered around the waters near shell beach one, and shell beach two, near where they were staying. >> today we decided to attempt to look at them using underwater resources, as well as our resources on top of the water. >> reporter: 77-year-old carol kiparsky, and 72-year-old ian irwin were last seen friday afternoon near the cottage they rented. authorities believe they may have gone on a hike and gotten lost. their phones and other blockings were still found at the cottage. previous searches took place on land. >> the window of survival is slimmer. we are still considering this a search and rescue mission, and we have not considered it a recovery mission. >> reporter: irwin is a leading researcher in parkinson's disease. kiparsky is a linguist. >> i just think it's a very
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special area. i felt compelled to come out and help out. >> reporter: many people who live and work in inverness are looking to help. >> we want people to be safe, and we want them to be able to enjoy this area safely. it's a mystery. >> reporter: searchers say they have not given up hope. >> we have nothing that leads us to believe that foul play is involved. >> reporter: the sheriff's department says search and rescue teams will be back out on the water thursday, only this time with jet-skis. rob roth, ktvu, fox 2 news. another missing hiker in marin county was located and rescued late last night. 76-year-old robert bennett went missing on monday when he was hiking near san rafael. authorities say k-9 search teams made the difference. two of the k-9's were able to track his scent, and found him
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off of the trail. >> without them and the assistance of the search and rescue members that were assigned to them and the expensive search, i don't know that we would have been able to find him without the k-9s. >> his family isn't commenting, and there's no word yet on his condition. mendocino county sheriff's deputies are on the lookout now for a vandal who damaged cars, causing $100,000 in damage. it happened between 6:00 last night, and 2:00 this morning between thurston's auto plaza and the mendo mill. coming up, federal immigration agents accused of violating state law. what they did at the sonoma county courthouse that has left local officials fuming. up first though, tragedy until the central valley. two firefighters killed when a
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town library burned down. and now two 13-year-olds have been arrested for starting that fire. and we are into the spring pattern, and it looks like it's going to continue. the beautiful sunset this evening. some clouds out there. some changes, but they're subtle. i'll see you back here with the five day. coming up a bit later, what police say this man did during a workout class in fremont that's landed him behind bars. a live look outside at traffic on highway 2 had. it is backed up this evening, heading into walnut creek. those are the headlines. right now, the drive from oakland, to pleasant hill is 45 minutes. you're watching ktvu, fox 2 news at 6:00.
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two 13-year-old boys are facing arson and manslaughter charges for allegedly starting a fire that killed two firefighters. that fire burned last night in porterville, in the central valley between fresno and bakersfield. the firefighters killed were rushing to put out that fire, were identified as 35-year-old fire captain raymond figueroa, and 25-year-old firefighter patrick jones. >> certainly, a very trying time for the city. buildings can be replaced, but the personnel, are the life and the energy of the city. >> that library was built in the 1950s and did not have working sprinklers.
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the two boys under arrest are at a facility for juveniles. the judge told pg and e at a hearing in san francisco, that they should plan to have at least a thousand more tree trimmers to reduce the chances of more wildfires. today's hearing was a follow up to pg and e's criminal probation, that was imposed after their gas line exploded in san bruno, and killed eight people back in 2010. since then, poorly maintained power lines have been blamed for starting wildfires that have killed nearly 130 people. i was just peaking at some of the high temperatures from today. a beautiful day. very similar to yesterday, but maybe a degree or two cooler. behind me, you see a few clouds out there. the clouds will be kind of around the next couple of days, but it's partly cloudy, partly sunny. just a beautiful day today, and it's going to be beautiful again tomorrow. but you'll see a few more clouds. so this sunset being brought to you by some of those clouds.
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the temperatures today, 68 in morgan hill. 68 in antioch. 68 in napa. 65 in oakland. a little cooler along the coast. pacifica was in the low 60s. 62degrees there. winds are still slightly northeast today. so a beautiful day out at the beaches. a beautiful day pretty much everywhere and throughout the state top to bottom. it's dry. seattle's dry. portland's dry, los angeles is dry. we're all dry. it's going to continue that way again tomorrow. so as you come in close, you can see a little bit of of clouds out there now. those clouds are basically going to just make for a great sunset. here's some current temperatures around the state. you can see vegas, or palm springs about 76. a little cooler up in redding at 59. as we go through the next few hours. we're not seeing freezing temperatures. pretty warm. overnight lows are going to end up in the mid- to upper 30s. right now, temperatures, you've got lots of 60s. 63 in concord. 62 in walnut creek.
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tomorrow, going to be like today. when i come back, we'll look at the five-day forecast. new at 6:00, i.c.e. agents in the north bay accused of breaking a state law. ktvu's andre senior is in santa rosa tonight with more on this. andre. >> reporter: frank, it is illegal to do in california, but there's not much anyone with the court can do. it's illegal to interfere with the duties of a federal agent. all they could do was watch from the sidelines. >> i looked, i was shocked because the person was coming into the courthouse to take care of court business. >> reporter: he was waiting for his client inside court where he was to appear before a judge on a domestic violence charge, but he never made it, because
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he was detained in the parking lot around 9:00 a.m. tuesday morning before he ever got into the courthouse. woods doesn't know exactly how i.c.e. knew his client was appearing in court. >> the only thing i can think of is that the daily criminal calendars are published, and that i.c.e. would have access to those. >> reporter: at the sonoma county public defender's office, these pamphlets tout that they will help. >> i said are you kidding me? really? >> reporter: that was her reaction when i.c.e. was on the courthouse grounds making arrests. she said that a member of her staff approached i.c.e. agents to ask them why they were arresting the man who was coming to court. the agent told her that the operation was in coordination with the sonoma county sheriff's office. posey said that wasn't true. >> i know our sheriff. he's going to follow the law. >> reporter: it could have a
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chilling effect. >> victims are going to be afraid to call the police. they're going to be afraid to go to court. we're committed to equal justice for all people. >> i'm scared, because i'm concerned about the safety of my people. >> reporter: this man wasn't appearing before a judge, but on patrol. he's with an organization it that watches out for i.c.e. agents, then warns the public, via social media or radio. >> they try to scare our community. they try to divide our community, and i don't like that. we just work, or our children goes to school. they're not criminals. we try to stick together, and we will stick together to protect our families and our communities first. >> reporter: now this wasn't just something that happened yesterday. apparently i.c.e. was very busy today. i was told by kathleen posey with the public defender's office, that two people who are being released from jail today were on their way out of jail, but they were intercepted by
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i.c.e. agents, and detained. i'm also told today, i.c.e. agents tried to get a guy out of his house in santa rosa. the because he did not have a warrant, they did not come out, and left after two hours. >> do we know what they were accused of doing aside from being in this country illegally? . >> reporter: one person was headed into court to actually plead down on those charges. but frank, as he tells me, there are different avenues here. the immigration court is separate that will the criminal court. you have to take into consideration having that case settled. he said that his client should have been gone to immigration court, not be cornered by i.c.e. agents as he's coming to court here. san francisco mayor london
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breed, and police chief bill scott today attempted to calm any fears of an i.c.e. crackdown on undocumented immigrants. >> we encourage everyone to communicate with san francisco police officers without fear of inquiries, regarding their immigration status. sfpd is responsible for the safety and well-being of all san franciscans. >> breed and scott also listed a number for the rapid response network to report i.c.e. activity. jose garcia serrate appeared in court today. he is currently facing federal gun charges related to that case. the chronicle reports that the judge ordered serrante to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. he was found not guilty in san francisco superior court of the 2015 killing of seinle. coming up after the break,
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another development in the san francisco bribery scandal. new questions tonight about a possible illegal gift that mayor london breed may have received. plus, wikileaks founder, julian assange now claiming that president trump tried to offer him a deal. what his lawyer told the court today. now, we know the trump strategy-
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try to win by attacking, distorting, dividing. mr. president: it. won't. work. newspapers report bloomberg is the democrat trump fears most. as president, universal healthcare that lets people keep their coverage if they like it. a record on job creation. a doable plan to combat climate change. i led a complex, diverse city through 9-11 and i have common sense plans to move america away from chaos to progress! i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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in san francisco, new developments in the bribery scandal involving a well known restaurant owner. >> there are questions about whether he paid for a pride
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float on behalf of london breed before she was mayor. >> the pride parade is one of san francisco's signature events. nick bovas, the man who ran lefty o'douls was billed $1,250 for london breed's float when breed was still a supervisor. the mayor saying at this point, there is no indication that bovas ever paid the money, and even if he did, the money was never given to the mayor, instead it was used to promote the pride event. taking part in the pride event is a government also purpose. a standard process for donations for events like these. the amount suggested on this invoice would be under the behested payment threshold payment in place at the time. now asking the city and ethics commission to investigate. >> i think in order to restore
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the public trust, in order to make sure that the public knows that officials here are acting with integrity, are following the law, we have to have a full public airing, and the results should be shared with the public. >> reporter: he acknowledged he did send a notice to bovis about the payment, but says he never received a response. as for the mayor, he said she takes ethics very seriously, saying he finds her quote fastidious about these things. we also reached out to the controller's office, both of which are looking into any ethics violations. both said they're not commenting beyond any comments they've issued in the past. ktvu news at 6:30 starts next with the governor's state of the state address and this year gavin newsom did something different, focusing on just one topic. why he says he knows
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californians have lost patience. and later in sports, an incredible recovery. look closely at this picture. that's nascar driver ryan newman leaving the hospital with his two daughters less than 48 hours after a frightening crash on the last lap of the daytona 500. plus a man accused of trying to rape a woman who was doing push ups in the middle of a group workout class. what good samaritans did to help rescue the woman. vo: a great president and an effective mayor.
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leadership that makes a difference. obama: he's been a leader throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: together they worked to combat gun violence, and again to improve education for every child. obama: i want to thank the mayor of this great city, mayor bloomberg, for his extraordinary leadership. i share your determination to bring this country together to finally make progress for the american people. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg, and i approve this message.
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now to our top stories tonight. eight people are dead in germany after one or more people opened fire in hookah bars. it happened about 1:00 p.m. local time in a suburb of frankfort. so far no one has been arrested, arrested and investigators are trying to determine a motive. a woman's body was found yesterday at an airbnb in san
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jose. authorities say this is the suspect. 25-year-old rioichi fasea. they say he came to their office with an attorney and surrendered. no word yet of a motive. immigration advocates say three people were taken into custody by i.c.e. agents at the sonoma county courthouse yesterday, which would violate state law. the three were going to court for various criminal cases. the county public defender says a member of her staff was told that the operation was in coordination with the sonoma county sheriff's office, but she does not believe that's true. california governor gavin newsom delivered his state of the state speech, he focused on just one topic and made it clear something has to change. >> calling our current situation a disgrace. >> i don't think homelessness
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can be solved. i know that homelessness can be solved. >> reporter: in his second state of the state address, governor gavin newsom focused most of his speech on california's homelessness crisis. >> it's a disgrace that the richest state in the richest nation succeeding across so many sectors is falling so far behind to properly house, heal, and humanely treat so many of its people. >> reporter: the number on the street jumped 15% last year to about 151,000. the governor laid out a plan as well as the roll out of more housing trailers like these in oakland. >> the next group of trailers are headed as we speak to santa clara, riverside, contra costa, sonoma counties. >> reporter: on top of the 1
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billion already set aside. he's also proposing $695 million to reform medical. >> doctors should be able to write prescriptions for housing the same way they do for insulin and antibiotics. >> reporter: a major focus of newsom's plan is to speed up the building of affordable housing. >> hold local governments accountable to both of these pillars. more density and more certainty. it is time, time for california to say yes to housing. we can no longer wait. >> reporter: the speech comes while president trump visits the state. he's slammed california's homelessness issues threatening intervention. state senate republicans slam
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newsom for other issues, but as far as homelessness, they stand with him. >> if we're limiting it to that, bravo. >> reporter: libby schaaf said this is california's biggest crisis, and will take the entire region working together to solve it. greg lee, ktvu, fox 2 news. today is a day of remembrance commemorating the internment of japanese americans in world war ii, it was on this day in 1942, president roosevelt sent nearly 120,000 japanese americans into internment camps. this week, the state legislature is expected to approve a resolution apologizing to japanese american internees for california's role in aiding the u.s. government's policy. that action is expected tomorrow. two of the internment camps were located in california. wikileaks founder, julian assange is making a new claim as he fights extradition to the
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u.s. on spying charges. a lawyer for assange was in a london courtroom today, claiming that president trump offered to pardonassange if he said that russia was not behind the dnc email leaks. fox news is reporting the relationship between president trump and attorney general william barr is increasingly strained, and that barr is now considering his future at the justice department. fox news' john roberts says the president is also facing backlash over his decision to commute the sentence of former illinois governor rod blagojevich. >> reporter: sources tell fox news that william barr has considered quitting over the president's tweets, but doj officials making it clear he's not going anywhere at the
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moment. spokeswoman carrie kupiac tweeting, the attorney general has no plans to resign. in the face of ongoing criticism and calls for him to step down. his protestations about the president's tweeting have had little effect. president trump continuing to weigh in on the roger stone case. >> there's a long precedent of presidents talking about various cases that are ongoing as you well know. the president can make his opinion known. he has a right to do that, and does so on a routine basis. >> reporter: stone is scheduled to be sentenced tomorrow. the federal district judge will delay sending stone to prison while she considers a motion for a retrial. the man president trump released from prison yesterday, rod blagojevich met the media today. the former governor of illinois, with nothing but praise for the president. >> he's tough, he's outspoken. he gets things done. he's a problem solver in a business where too many
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politicians don't want to solve problems. >> reporter: criticism was bipartisan. a group of five republican members of congress from illinois who had urged the president not to do it, saying in a joint statement, blagojevich is the face of public corruption in illinois. not once has you shone any remorse for his clear and documented record of egregious crimes in a undermine the trust placed in him by voters. today the president shed more light on why he freed rod blagojevich from prison. tweeting rod blagojevich served eight years in prison with many remaining. he paid a big price. another comey, and gang deal. at the white house, ktvu, fox 2 news. coming up after two days of deliberations, still no verdict in the harvey weinstein trial. we'll tell you what the jury asked of the judge today. >> and police in the east bay asking the public for help after a woman was injured early
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in new york, the jurors in the rape case against harvey weinstein have finished their second day of deliberations. >> the jury has some additional questions for the judge today. >> reporter: the second day bringing up more questions for the jury. the seven women and five men
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asking for more clarity in the wording of the five charges he's facing. they are asking to see testimony of nikki haley and any of weinstein's case against her. the jury also asking for a blueprint of weinstein's apartment. just before lunch break, weinstein's lawyer asked to issue a gag order against gloria alred. the judge saying, i wish i had that kind of authority. moments later, she responded. >> the court declined to exclude me from the courtroom, and said they could call me as a witness. >> i think that could be under the heading of be careful what you wish for, potentially legal malpractice on their part, given what i might say. >> reporter: alred, who represents haley in this trial has attended the trial every
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day. the 67-year-old is charged with raping a woman in a manhattan hotel room, and sexually assaulting another woman in 2006. weinstein maintains all the encounters were consensual. if convicted, weinstein could spend life behind bars, but he still faces more charges in a case in california. in oakland today, a relative of john lee cowell took the stand in his murder trial. cowell is charged with stabbing and killing 18-year-old neil wilson on a b.a.r.t. platform. today, his aunt testified he once thought his father was an alien, and hit him with a shovel. she said that cowell began using drugs at the age of 12. the psychiatrist who treated cowell just days before the attack, says was prescribed anti-psychotic medication. accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a local
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gym during a workout class. jonathan anderson was arrested monday evening. police say he went inside a 24 hour fitness where a woman was doing pushups with a class. they say he shoved her down and assaulted her. another gym member intervened, and they were able to hold anderson down. he's now facing charges for sexual battery. around 6:30 this morning, officers received a report of an injured woman inside a silver bmw at the jack in a box on west wenten avenue. the woman was taken to the hospital. anyone with information about the woman who was hurt is asked to give hayward police a call. we're coming right back with the weather forecast that includes some spring-like weather. we'll talk about it when i return. right now we go to ktvu's alex savidge, in the newsroom with a look at some of the
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stories we're working on for 7:00. >> does president trump have an ulterior motive for defending bernie sanders on twitter? the group behind this latest instance of glueing miniature hats onto pigeons. we'll explain, live at 7:00 over on ktvu plus. thank you, alex. first after the break, eight years since her death, a whitney houston concert tour has just been announced. how fans will be able to see the legendary singer perform. taking a live look outside, as we dance through the week. ktvu, fox 2 news at 6:30, will be right back.
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president trump was in the central valley in afternoon, promising to help farmers with
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their water needs. he was joined by california republicans, including devin nunes, kevin mccarthy, and tom mcclintock. the new federal plan for water will use better technology to make sure that water isn't wasted. the president accused the state of chronic mismanagement of water. >> can you imagine a state being rationed when you have millions and millions and millions of gallons being poured out into the pacific ocean that you could have and you'd have more water than you knew what to do with, it's crazy. >> the president changed an order to is send more water to central and southern california, but the state and conservation groups could sue. the president next heads to phoenix for a presidential rally this evening. it's just mind boggling, this is february. it's incredible out there. >> it is going to be a harsh reality when we get back into
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weather again. i think we will here as we get into march, we're hoping. it really has been a run extraordinary weather for february. the temperatures outside are spring like. early spring like. 68 in antioch, 68 in fairfield. the plants are starting to act like it's spring. you're starting to see blossoms on the tree, which is sometimes not a good thing. if you're a gardener, you know what i'm talking about. march is notorious for some freeze conditions and frost conditions. there are the clouds that made for a beautiful sunset this evening. those clouds are going to be around tomorrow. filtered sunshine throughout the day on your thursday. it's going to be a nice day. what do you say? we've had this run of weather now for the entirety of february. these last few weeks in february have been stunning. i mean, just outstanding, amazingly warm to mild weather.
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the high pressure is dominant. really, there's nothing we can do but sit and watch. we need rain for sure. but it just shows you too, how quickly things can cut off, and shut off. so february, which is a traditionally very wet month for the entire state of california, essentially northern parts of california, you see how quickly it shuts off. i was thinking about some of the historical droughts, and we've seen that happen. there's been historical droughts in the state of california that have gone back ten years, or have lasted 10 years, 20 years, 50 year droughts. they've done some archaeological digs. they checked the tree rings and saw, oh, there's a 50 year drought. so california is a funny place. even without climate change, or without the current set of of metrics that we're under environmentally, we saw some
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significant droughts. so not saying the d word yet, but definitely a dry february leads to concerns for march. we're shooting for march to be a wet month. i hope it will be. it very often is, so we've got that working for us. there's the five-day forecast. it's dry right through this week. whitney houston is about to appear on the concert stage again in the form of a hologram. the show was formed using a body double using hours of whitney concert footage. the concert set list will include most of her greatest hits, including i will always love you, and saving all my love for you. u.s. tour dates are expected following the tour in europe. thousands of fans have now registered to buy tickets to next monday's celebration of life for kobe bryant and his daughter gianna following last month's tragic helicopter crash. the staples center holds 20,000, but more than 90,000 people reportedly registered to
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buy tickets. today, some tweeted their good fortune. others tweeted their disappointment. there are still those fans out there who are hoping to find a ticket. >> i feel like he's the legend. i grew up watching him since i was 16. i grew up in l.a. all the up and downs. i saw him grow up. i grew up with him, so i feel like i have to see this just for closure. >> plenty of fans feel the same way, but the staples center is warning fans without tickets, they will not be allowed anywhere near l.a. live or staples, and none of the live screens will be showing that memorial either. still to come here, an absolutely incredible comeback story in the world of nascar racing. driver ryan newman, this is him, walking out of the hospital with his two daughters, less than 48 hours after his frightening crash at nearly 200 miles per hour on the last lap of the daytona 500. mark's up next with sports. vo: a great president and an effective mayor.
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leadership that makes a difference. obama: he's been a leader throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: together they worked to combat gun violence, and again to improve education for every child. obama: i want to thank the mayor of this great city, mayor bloomberg, for his extraordinary leadership. i share your determination to bring this country together to finally make progress for the american people. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg, and i approve this message.
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mark is here now talking about a truly remarkable thing that we saw today of ryan newman walking out of the hospital. >> right, we've been following this all week, and again, a testament to the safety of
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cars. when you hear the speeds 195, 200 miles an hour. >> and you see the crash. >> and the slightest thing goes wrong, and you're topsy-turvy, i'm certain you have seen itment it happened monday at the finish of the daytona 500, as ryan newman's car, basically in a frightening collision doffs into a tin can going upside down across the finish line. so it makes it even remarkable, more so, when you see today's video outside halifax medical center, daytona beach of ryan newman, just two days later, walking out with his two daughters. >> incredible. >> still no details as to what the actual injuries were, but i think we can safely say they couldn't have been too major. everybody looks happy. family in tact. 42-year-old ryan newman with his two daughters will live to
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race another day. so says his doctor. >> he has recovered, very, very well, and he's going to go home with life and we wish him really well, and i want to see him on the next circuit. >> you know, when you think about the aftermath too, like are you ready to get behind the wheel right now? maybe a little time off for ryan newman. meanwhile, what did the warriors do with their time off when they play the houston rockets tomorrow night at, i almost said the oracle. chase center. but they were having some fun at the airport today. sfo, have a look. that was damian lee, and what it was, was a job exchange partnership with united airlines. one of the sponsors for the golden state warriors, as andrew wiggins there, and damian lee, doing some of the duties there.
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they also assisted passengers with boarding. they made announcements prior to takeoff. and they did no flying, however. >> i just chose to drive, because i thought i was going to actually be able to start flying the plane, but they told me i'm not qualified for that. >> you didn't think there were a little more training for that? >> they told me i'd have to go to school. i have to respect their wishes. >> the energy in the air, the leadership from the coaching staff to the players. everyone took on the responsibility of like a winning culture, and that's something i want to be around. so like i say, i'm excited for it. >> andrew wiggins, new arrival with the golden state warriors. meantime, they are pushing the spring training thing right along in the cactus league. giants opener set for saturday in scottsdale against the dodgers. not that it means a whole lot, but the starting pitcher for
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that game will be dereck rodriguez. trying to bounce back from a tough year. gabe kapler says he may have reason for optimism on a bit of a comeback. >> i don't think he needs motivation. my sense is that he's pretty self-critical, and is tough on himself. frankly, there hasn't been as much velocity in 2019 as there was in '18. he's made some progress with that. and had a little more very list in his bullpens. we think his curveball is a good pitch. >> gabe kapler, the new manager of the giants. it seemed like they just showed up for spring training, they're going to play their first game on saturday. baseball's here, and it's baseball weather. stick around, big bang theory is next and our live
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news continues at 7:00 over on ktvu plus. what does that have to do with me and women? nothing. it was a desperate attempt to introduce an alternate topic of conversation. my problem is, i don't project confidence. so i decided that the next time i meet a woman i think is attractive, rather than holding back and being cautious, i'm going to assume the mantle of self-assurance. oh, yeah? what does that look like? hi. i'm leonard. and you are beautiful. you pop, sparkle and buzz electric. i'm going to pick you up at 8:00, show you a night you will never forget. where are we going? good news. i made it onto the team for the new defense department laser-equipped surveillance satellite. excuse me.
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if we're changing topics, i believe i have first dibs with capybara, a rodent the size of a baby hippo. congratulations, howard. wolowitz: thanks. listen, i have to get a security clearance, so you guys might be hearing from the fbi. whoa, whoa, whoa! i don't want to speak to the fbi. why not? i'm brown and i talk funny. they're just doing a background check on me. it doesn't matter; they'll find a reason to give me a one-way ticket back to gandhi-ville. by the way, when i say that, it's not offensive. don't be ridiculous, raj. you're here legally. nobody cares. do you know how long it's been since i got through airport security without being given a colonoscopy? you know, i try very hard to make our lunch hours educational and informative, but your insistence on talking about your own lives stymies me at every turn. fine, sheldon, tell us about your giant rodents. no, you squandered your time with me, and the moment has now passed. feast on your disappointment, much as the capybara feasts on its own waste.


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