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starts now. >> the victim was just 15 years old and a freshman at santa clara high school. >> witnesses told police that the teenager was crossing against the light when a car hit him. but his family says the accident does not make sense.>> it happened saturday night and a busy intersection at lafayette street in santa clara. >> people have been stopping all night at this memorial, candles mark where isaiah pacheco took his last breath. he lived around the corner and his family says he was headed to a friends house not too far from here. his family also tells me he was struck and killed in the crosswalk.>> i just don't understand how this could have happened. he was a really good boy, and i'm not just saying that. >> rubin is coming to grips
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with losing his son isaiah who he called his everything. >> i don't really have a life anymore, he was my life, he was everything good about my life, now it's gone. >> across at this memorial is where isaiah's body was found, in the middle of the road some 80 feet away from the crosswalk. the 15-year-old lives in the townhomes at the intersection of lafayette and agnew. he was heading westbound crossing agnew went up black colored honda accord driving southbound struck him. he died on impact. witnesses told police that the honda had the green light and isaiah crossed against the do not walk sign it. >> he knows how fast the traffic is always flying through here, i just don't see him doing something stupid like that. >> the family says the intersection is dangerous and not well lit and they have questions. how far was isaiah
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in the crosswalk, one witness says he was almost to the other side, and how fast was the accord going? >> i don't see how they didn't see him. i would think there would at least be skid marks. >> ideas shoes were found 40 feet away from the crosswalk and the family was told that traffic cameras did not capture the accident. isaiah was known as a mama's boy who rarely left the house. >> just pay attention, you can have fun anywhere, and this intersection for the kids who do live here, they've seen so many tragedies on this street and near the train tracks. >> a candlelight vigil was held earlier this week with many of his classmates and teachers they are. the school district tells me that grief counselors will be on hand next week when school resumes. a gofundme account has been established to help pay for funeral costs. police say the driver did stop
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and is cooperating with the investigation.>> you can really feel that families pain. then we go to fremont where police have a man in custody after a startling attack that happened at a 24 hour fitness. witnesses say a man walked into the gym and try to sexually assault a woman right in the middle of a workout class. amber lee is in fremont and says other people at the gym got involved and were able to stop the attack.>> reporter: please tell me it was one gym patron who stopped the attack and others helped after. police say that their actions help them make a quick arrest. police say a woman at this 24 hour fitness on busy paseo padre parkway was sexually assaulted while taking an exercise class. they say 33- year-old jonathan anderson, transient, managed to walk into the gym and attack the woman during her workout.>> she was doing push-ups when she was attacked from behind by a
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suspect she did not know. >> these will happen monday evening around 6:30, gym patrons we spoke with say they did not know about the assault and were surprised. >> this incident is concerning because fremont is a very safe community. >> i'm just in shock, i'm not really that afraid to come back. >> anderson held the victim to the ground, pulled down her clothing and try to sexually assault her when another patron saw what was happening and intervened.>> he ran over, pushed the suspect of the female, grabbed a mat and basically held it between the attacker and the victim to save her. >> when the suspect tried to leave, the good samaritan followed him and alerted others. gym employees held onto anderson until police arrived. they say the suspect smelled of alcohol and he acknowledged that he had drink earlier in the day. >> he was not bashful, he admitted to what he did, and made a bunch of sick comments
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as to why he did it and what he was attempting to do. >> police want to know if there are more victims. this man tells me he sees anderson talking to himself frequently at the nearby bart station. >> he was talking at a high level, so i thought he was talking to somebody else. which led me to believe he had some mental issues. >> anderson faces charges of assault with intent to commit oral copulation, sexual assault and probation violation. police say he has prior convictions for dui and grand theft. anderson is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow morning at the east county hall of justice in dublin.>> good to see that people got involved and help that woman out. amber, thank you. new and 11, police in santa rosa are looking for two men involved in a fight that left three people hospitalized. police released to these
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pitchers from the transit mall on second street at about 6:15 last night. the two people pictured were among 7 to 8 young suspects that attacked three victims. anyone with information is asked to call santa rosa police. mcnabb to the democratic debate in las vegas where top five candidates took aim at the latecomer, michael bloomberg. greg klee has that jab at the billionaires and how he hit back.>> michael bloomberg taking fire from other candidates early and often. to make a billionaire calls women fat bras and horse faced lesbians, and i'm not talking about donald trump, i'm talking about mayor bloomberg. i don't think we look at donald trump and say we need someone richer in the white house. spray who can beat donald trump
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and who can do the job if they get into the white house and i would argue that i am the candidate that can do exactly both of those things. >> bloomberg is not on saturday's nevada caucus ticket but he is rising in the national polls after spending more than $400 million on ads. other candidates challenged his supportive stop and frisk when he was the mayor of new york. >> i apologized and asked for forgiveness, but the bottom line is that we stopped to many people. >> is not whether he apologized or not, it's the policy. it was a poor and, and it was a violation of every right people have. >> after success in iowa and new hampshire, bernie sanders and pete buttigieg clashed on stage. >> we shouldn't have to choose between one candidate that wants to bring this party down, and another that wants to buy the party out. >> that's all we are saying pete, maybe it's the time for the working class of this country to have a little bit of power in washington.
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>> these kinds of fiery exchanges, matching the tone of this debate, candidates often talking over each other and attacking whenever possible. >> amy and joe's hearts are in the right place, but we can't be so eager to be liked by mitch mcconnell. >> day one, we deal with senate immigration bill at the desk, the only person in here that has a worse record in immigration is bernie. >> it's crucial to take momentum for super tuesday where more than 30% of the delegates are at stake. >> tom stier was not on the debate stage tonight but we will hear from him tomorrow morning. greg lee will talk with him life about his presidential campaign. debate watch parties were hosted all over the bay area tonight. in san francisco a crowd packed manny's in the mission. many people there said they are trying to sort out who they like among candidates on the stage. some were disappointed with michael bloomberg's first
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debate and his answers about racial profiling and previous misconduct allegations. others worry about whether the party can unite.>> it must unite, the party, so we can beat donald trump in november. >> my worry is that if they all destroy each other, then i feel like that will be ammunition for the general election. >> as bernie sanders and elizabeth warren, people we talked to felt both senators had a strong showing tonight. the next debate is in south carolina next tuesday. up next, a unique rescue in yuba county, why it took cruz three hours to help a paraglider to safety after he crashed into power lines. also the message steve kerr had tonight while participating in a panel on gun violence in san francisco. huge tax breaks for the rich,
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leadership that makes a difference. vo: a great president and an effective mayor. 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. a paraglider was rescued tonight after crashing into power lines in yuba county.
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the paraglider was trying to avoid landing in the road when he became entangled. the incident happened a little after five, but it took another three hours before he was finally brought back to soft ground. the battalion chief with the fire department says pg&e needed to make sure the power was completely turned off before they could physically contact the men. >> our main focus was letting him know to stay in contact with the aircraft, don't reach out and touch us or move around as much so the aircraft stayed still. >> amazingly the man was not hurt, but what an ordeal for him , for sure. >> in santa clara county, they have a man in custody in connection with the murder of a woman in an airbnb. authorities say the suspect is this young man, 25-year-old ryoichi fuseya. he came to the sheriff's office today with his attorney and surrendered. as henley lee reports, people
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in this neighborhood are shocked by what happened. >> reporter: the santa clara sheriff's investigators went door-to-door in the east is and is a foothills, they were looking for surveillance video and other evidence, hoping to find whoever killed the woman in this homeowner quiet tree- lined history. the victim had rented part of the property through airbnb. >> i knew he had a couple of tenants but i did not know about the airbnb until recently. >> sheriff's deputies found the body about 3:45 and worked late into the night. an attorney was the one who called 911 and referred to a confidential source. the attorney said there had been a homicide at the home but so far authorities have not released any revealed how she was killed. >> it's terrible, i understand i had just come back with my girls when this happened. >> catherine lived on the street for 46 years and is shocked by what happened.
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>> nothing really happens around here. >> i reached out to the owner of the home but he declined to comment. this is the third homicide in the neighborhood tied to airbnb properties. in a statement airbnb said we are urgently investigating this tragedy and we are in coordination with the santa clara county sheriff's office to offer our full support into their investigation. there was no word of a motive in an relationship between the suspect and the victim. in san jose, henry lee, ktvu fox 2 and news. the warriors head coach steve kerr took part in a panel discussion tonight, the topic was gun violence prevention. he was joined by national experts before a packed house . the panel spoke about the mass
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shooting in parkland florida two years ago and how it changed the narrative. they say now is the time to talk about preventing gun violence with school-age children and teens leading the dialogue, asking for change and to feel safe. >> i always learn from the other panelists. it's great to know how much success the city of oakland is having. as far as their educational and intervention programs, they've seen a reduction of gun violence by 50% over the last four years based on some of the programs they've implemented there. >> steve kerr lost his father to gun violence when he was 18. another panelist also shared a sobering fact. there are now more than 300 guns in the united states, that is one for every man, woman and child. crews renew their search for a couple missing in the north bay. the new location the search and rescue crews focused on it
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today. and i will be back with the forecast, it's very springlike for this time of year. plus, the housing bill, and east bay lawmaker introduced it today. how she says she was inspired by moms that took over a vacant home in oakland. growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors. and now we have to deal with this. climate change is an emergency. that's why i wrote the nation's most progressive climate law. and that's why i'm endorsing tom steyer. because when big oil tried to stop our clean air laws, he led us to victory. same with the keystone pipeline. when tom says we can save the world and do it together believe him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
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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. there is still no sign of a
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missing couple in marin county, the two vanished last friday and so far search crews have not been able to find them. rescue team set out looking for any sign of the couple from palo alto. unfortunately, they found nothing. the search centered around the waters of shell beach near the cottage that the couple had rented. authorities say 77-year-old carol kiparsky and 72-year-old ian irwin (there cell phones, car and hiking equipment. >> with the passing of every day, the window of survival is slimmer, but we are still considering this is a search and rescue mission. >> searcher say they have not given up hope, they also say that they've seen nothing that leads them to believe that foul play is involved. it is bay lawmaker officially introduced legislation today in sacramento that would give tenants of a foreclosed property first crack at buying it. the state senator of berkeley
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said the bill was inspired by the oakland monster housing group that illegally took over that vacant home in west oakland. this new legislation would give renters the first chance to buy a home at a reduced price within 90 days of the foreclosure. if the tenant chooses not to buy, then the cities, counties and community groups will be able to buy it and turn it into affordable housing. a federal judge ripped pg&e today, accusing executives of putting greed before safety. they said they should plan to have at least 1000 more tree trimmers to reduce the chances of more wildfires. it was a follow-up to pg&e's criminal probation that was imposed after their gas line exploded in san bruno in 2010, killing eight people. since then poorly maintained powerlines have been blamed for starting wildfires that have killed nearly 130 people. a few clouds out there this evening made for a beautiful sunset, beautiful spring light
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weather in the middle of winter, with temperatures in the mid and upper 60s. a couple of 70s south of the area, just dry, dry, dry and it will stay that way through february. march should be productive, as it often is, but it can't get here soon enough. february looks like it's been, in terms of rainfall, a bit of a bust. that's how it will be again tomorrow, mostly sunny all day, the forecast for tomorrow morning will be a little bit cooler than these temperatures. mid-30s/upper 30s in the coldest spots, there have been some patches of valley fog, radiation fog for the last couple of mornings in some spots, but really not much going on in terms of weather, right, it's just been mild, mild overnight, mostly sunny and dry, and that's how it
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goes, that's how it's been, and that's how it's going to continue in the next five day forecast. we certainly do need rain, because it causes us lots of problems when you don't have any rainfall for the month of february. just numerous things, it's california's economy that is based on agriculture in many ways, and it's been a major deal . if we are not producing water, we will have trouble watering our crops, in turn, higher costs, things like this up. you know that, 67 in brentwood, all we can do is enjoy the weather, but you know, that when we get down into the summer months, that rainfall or snowfall become super important, whether we get it or not. hopefully march will give us something that we can put in the buckets. >> that's what we all hope for.
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thousands of fans have registered to buy tickets to next and a celebration for kobe bryant and his daughter gianna following last month's tragic helicopter crash. the stable center holds 20,000 for more than 90,000 people reportedly registered to buy tickets. some tweeted their good fortune while others tweeted their disappointment. there are still some fans that are hoping to find a ticket. >> i feel like he was a legend, i grew up watching him since i was 16. i grew up in la, all the ups and downs, and so i saw him grew up, i grew up with him. i feel like i have to see this just for closure. >> plenty of fans feel the same way but the staples center is warning folks, without tickets you will not be allowed anywhere near la live or the staples center. coming up next, the warriors will be back on the court tomorrow night, but today
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two of their players were at sfo. mark will explain what they were doing on the tarmac, that's coming up next in sports. first a live look outside at san francisco, beautiful, clear night, you are watching the 11:00 news right here on ktvu, and we will be right back. for all. tee health care now, our country is at a turning point. hard working people, betrayed by trump, struggling to survive. in this moment, we need a fighter. bernie sanders. we know he'll fight for us as president because he always has. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. can we go get some ice cream? alright, we gotta stop here first. ♪ ♪ from smarter atms, to after hours video tellers
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cal building up a 12 point lead at halftime led by some sweet shooting. the cougars get back in it thanks to noah williams, finding tony millionaire on the miller on the baseline, two minutes and two seconds left, cal up only six at this point, but this time assisting andre kelly with the 16 points, cal holds on to win the first game away from berkeley. in the pac- 12 they are 5-8 now. finally the golden state warriors, seems like a long time since they played, tomorrow night the houston rockets are in town, and today a couple of the warriors spent their off day out at the airport , not getting ready to fly anywhere, just doing a little job exchange program with united airlines.
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that is damion lee, along with his new teammate andrew wiggins out there, and like i said, this was an exchange program with united, they also assisted passengers getting on board, made some pa announcements but did no flying in the cockpit. >> i just chose to drive, thought i would actually be able to start flying the planes. they told me i'm not qualified for that. >> didn't you think there was a little more necessary training for that? they told me i'd rapidly have to go to school, i have to respect their wishes. >> 27 games left for the golden state warriors before tomorrow night. meantime, having some fun, check this out. let's take a look at this, .06 seconds left, butler and seton hall, mama with the game-
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winning shot, you think you can't do anything in less than a second, how about that, buzzer beater to break a tie and when it for a very happy seton hall. this is great, in iowa, a high school junior, born with one arm, comes in with a block, beautiful save, and does he give up they are, no, hustling to the other end of the floor, all with one arm, he was born that way, and obviously making the best of that situation. check this out, remember happy gilmore? a particular scene, well, i wouldn't advise doing that, but there is a gentleman who did decide to do that. this is art imitating life, as he decides to get in the batting cage and have a look and a listen there. >> i'm guessing a few drinks involved, maybe? >> you know, he saw it and
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happy gilmore and thought why not try it. frank, don't ever think about it. >> not me, good night everyone. what's with all the yogurt? shh! durkas has been breaking into my locker. ohh. but i've got a little revenge planned. sorry. i just remembered i don't really care. (taps key) where's mom? oh, my god, what is that outfit? are you going goth? you still sleep with a stuffed panda. don't you have a fraternity to pass out in? is there anything else you need for your procedure? um, i think i'm supposed to have ice cream. hmm. actually, i don't-- i'm sorry. is it a vasecto-you, or a vasectomy? you can have ice cream. thanks. today... (laughs) snip-a-dee-doo-dah! (chuckles) we-we've been talking about doing this for a while. yeah. yeah, ever since dad and gloria had their little accident, we don't need any surprises. also, though, it will allow for a little more freestylin' in the boudoir if we're not having to worry about adding more critters. of our 5-year .


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