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fired on the suspect. they performed lifesaving measures here at the scene, but the suspect didn't make it. he was pronounced dead at a local hospital authorities had wanted to talk to him about a homicide and syria's of shootings in gilroy. as well as weapons violations in san jose. he was also a person of interest in the january 5th shooting. galvin park in morgan hill. police released these photos shortly after obviously ongoing threat to the public committed numerous weapons violations is being looked at for serious felonies and various jurisdictions within our county. we're dealing with a very, very dangerous individual here today, authorities haven't said if he was armed on this day. or what led up the officers firing their weapons. several other people were also taken into custody at the scene. from what i understand he was the person that we were here investigating. whether or not there's other associated suspects they need these crimes
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will put that out soon as we can as well. officials say the investigation is still in its early stages. this is the first officer involved shooting of the year in san jose and ruben ktvu, fox two news on his first full day in office. president biden is prioritizing number one item on his agenda. the coronavirus pandemic. president biden side a number of executive orders today aimed at ramping up testing and vaccinations. we get live coverage tonight from our privilege from our political reporter regulate greg yeah, frank. good evening. the flurry of executive orders continues from the biden, white house. president biden and his team made it like you said on their first full day in office, covid-19 is the priority, though he tried to temper expectations, saying things are gonna get worse before they get better. marin his first full day of office. president joe biden signed 10 executive orders directed at battling the coronavirus pandemic, our
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national strategies comprehensive, it's based on science, not politics. it's based on truth, not denial and his detail. the new administration released the nearly 200 page plan outlining the federal response at the forefront of the plan, a national vaccination campaign to help meet the president's goal. 100 million shots in the 1st 100 days in office will move heaven and earth to get more people vaccinated for free and create more places for them to get vaccinated to mobilize maurer medical teams to get shots and people's arms and to increase vaccine supply and get it out the door as fast as possible the importance of ramping up the vaccination effort was echoed by dr anthony fauci, biden's chief medical advisor on covid-19. if we get 70 to 85% of. the country vaccinated, let's say by the end of the summer, middle of the summer, i believe by the time we get to the fall, we will be approaching a degree of normality ease. other orders
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include directing the department of education to provide guidance for safe re opening of schools, creating a national pandemic testing board to improve capacity directing fema toe open 100 community vaccination centers. and a covid-19 equity health task force to ensure an equitable response, calling this a wartime effort. he directed agencies to use the defense production act toe urge companies to make supplies like ppe syringes and test supplies. 400,000 americans have died. that's more than have died in all of world war 24. this is a war time undertaking building on wednesdays mask mandate on federal property. the president also signed an order requiring masks on busses, trains and planes is well they stricter regulations for travelers entering the u. s everyone flying to the united states from another country, we'll need to test before they get on that plane before they depart and. quarantine when they
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arrive in america. the biting team is pointed fingers at the trump administration for lack of cooperation and accused their predecessors of a non existent plan. the number two house republican bristle that that steve scalise tweeted america's already on track for 100,000,100 days, biden could do 200 million in 100 days, republicans would support it. thinks trump he's already halfway there. president biden would certainly like to see some republican support. if you recall he has proposed a $1.9 trillion covid relief plan. you would certainly like to see congress passed quickly reporting live. greg lee ktvu fox two news, frank. all right, craig. thank you, the president of the center's a unified school board says that the bite administration plan leaves him feeling hopeful. we've heard a lot of words for decades about how important teachers are right. the fact that the biden administration. ready to commit
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dollars to that. that is huge, brian wheatley said. the district is looking forward to the prospect of more direct support and communication from the federal government under the new administration, as part of president biden sweeping immigration overhaul, he's seeking to remove a word from u. s immigration laws that many say is biased and inaccurate. biden's immigration bill has a proposal that would remove the word alien from u. s immigration laws and replace it with non citizen california struck alien from the state's labor code in 2015, new york city, followed striking the word from its charter and administrative code last year. california department of public health says it's now okay to immediately begin using a batch of coronavirus vaccine doses. that had been on pause because several people had adverse reactions. health officials hold the safety review and said they found no scientific basis
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to continue. ah halt on that batch of the modern, a vaccine. the decision immediately free frees up more than 300,000 doses for use. well it is an ambitious plan. but when that san francisco city leaders say they can deliver, they want to get the vaccine into the arms of everyone who wants a dose. by the end of june, and it's ktvu christien kafton reports. the city says it will only happen unless there it will only happen with complete cooperation between public and private health care providers. san francisco has set a lofty goal. getting everyone who wants a vaccine their shots by june 30th as many as 900,000 people. dr andrea tenor from san francisco's department of public health says it's a logistical challenge. the city is working hard to meet city and county health care leaders say the only thing holding them back should be vaccine supplies from the state and federal governments. it's the biggest vaccine rollout in history, so this is something that nobody's ever done before, and we are
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working together very closely. to, uh, to manage this as it comes. um but i think our biggest limitation right now is the supply of vaccine. those vaccine doses include the city's adults, not children, so it's not actually approved for younger than 16. yet those studies are. where anticipating so those studies but it's just we don't have the data right now. san francisco supervisor matt julie haener held a hearing wednesday aimed a clarifying where san francisco stands when it comes to vaccine distribution. the goal to vaccinate the city by the end of june came out of that meeting. it was exciting, i think for a lot of us tear that because it shows really a level of commitment. and what is beginning to, uh, demonstrate a comprehensive enough plan to deliver that many vaccines. the city is also under a new health order requiring large health care providers in san francisco to submit written plans for vaccine distribution. by february 1st the department of
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public health, saying it's working hard to firm up that public private partnership which will be critical going forward. this is a citywide all hands on deck effort, so this is all of the health systems have been partnering with. the city with the department of public health to in an effort to try toe stuff up. these sites to pull resource is to try to get this vaccine out as quickly as we can. the city says. it cannot be in the business of making sure that on lee san franciscans received those doses that there are many people who work in the city but live elsewhere who need to be immunized. health leaders saying at this point, the goal needs to be getting as many doses into his many arms as quickly as possible. we're very focused on san franciscans getting vaccinated but making sure that everyone in the bay area gets vaccinated because that is a huge proportion. i mean, where were also interconnected san francisco, also unveiling its sf dot go get notified when you're eligible for the covid vaccine system, health and city leaders are asking san franciscans to sign up, so they know when, where and how to get their
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vaccine. stay home. if you can. don't gather, wear a mask and also sign up for the vaccine notification system. uh tell us what is working and what is not working. san francisco was also preparing to launch its first mass vaccination side at city college on friday. but they say people cannot and should not simply show up. they say they have 500 doses of vaccine ready to go and 500 people have already been signed up to receive those doses. christien kafton ktvu, fox two news. in the south bay, a church that has repeatedly defied a county health order that bars indoor gatherings was back in court today. cavalry chapel san jose has racked up over a million dollars in fines as the county tries to force compliance. ktvu is andre senior here now with more on what happened in the courtroom today. well, frank, this was a contempt hearing now, testimony wrapped up today, but the case
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is still not over outside the courthouse in san jose today, a group of. orders gathered for childbirth from calvary chapel san jose, there were there to support senior pastor mike mcclure and youth pastor carson athlete who were in the courtroom on contempt charges for repeatedly holding indoor services in spite of a county health order that prohibits such gatherings to help prevent the spread of covid-19 mcclure, who claims the church has a constitutional right to assemble claims the church has not been contributing to the spread of the virus, and that the church itself is a critical and plays a critical role in helping the community during the past. endemic, like assisting those who've lost jobs or feeding the homeless. honestly what we're trying to do is just help people in ministered or community like the church is always done. now for their part, attorneys for the county contend that calvary chapel leaders are running afoul of the law purposefully holding services as a form of protest and that church leaders regularly flout the health order by allowing people to
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attend services and to congregate without face coverings. robert tyler, the attorney representing the church, says calvary chapel san jose's gatherings are indeed protected under the first amendment. we understand the coronavirus is real way understand that people need to be cautious, especially if you're older than 70, but way have a first amendment right in this country to gather together to meet in person the right to assemble. now the judge had hoped to have the contempt hearing over by today, but that did not happen and to be clear her neither mcclure nor athletes are facing any jail time. in this case. both are due back in court next week thursday. that is when the judge hopes to have this case finally wrapped up back to france. new video coming to light nearly 10. years later, it appears to show vallejo police lieutenant attacking a suspect without cause how it's raising new questions about the
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officers history of promotions, but first self a man under arrest after police say he admitted to killing his wife and his young daughter. what we're learning from investigators about. the crime and the suspect we've got right back in the forecast as soon as tomorrow, and it's going to stick around. it's pretty good this time. see, you should see a lot of rain and a lot of snow over the next
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and his 11 year old daughter, investigators say 51 year old landed you hamburg walked into a sunnyvale police station yesterday and confessed to killing his wife. officers later found the bodiead road. investigators haven't yet said how they were both killed but both suffered some type of head trauma at the home. when our
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officers got down there, they went into the home to do welfare check, and unfortunately they found the suspect's wife dead in the garage and the suspect's daughter dead in the bathroom. youngberg was arrested on suspicion of two counts of murder. a. motive for the killings is not yet known. controversy tonight over this video from 2012. there is no sound to the tape, but it appears to show off a little police detective beating a suspect in his jail cell. that detective has since been promoted to lieutenant leading many to wonder why ktvu crime reporter henry lee has more on the history of this department veteran. this is video showing then vallejo police detective kent treble searching car chase suspect enrique cruz in a holding cell back in 2012. there's no sound so we don't know what's being said. but a few minutes later, the detective suddenly rushes that cruise tribble lunges at him,
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forces him against the wall. another officer comes in, and they wrestled him to the ground tremble again. punches the suspect, more backup arrives. other officers come in, and they. island it they they bind mr cruise by his hands and his legs and leave him bleeding in the holding cell. independent journalist brian kranz obtained this video and wrote a story in the appeal about tribble and his history of using force. in the crew's incident. it doesn't appear to show that he showed any signs of the questions that he was. you know, doing what trouble was seemingly telling him what to do? kranz says the city doesn't have any disclose herbal disciplinary records involving triple for this or any other incidents, including two deadly shootings. he was cleared of any wrongdoing. in both cases. i'm not very surprised. accountability is a word that gets thrown around a lot, but it doesn't seem to happen. tribbles now lieutenant and its previously worked in internal affairs and served as a point of contact for the media. in this clip from 2019 tribble spoke to ktvu about a
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separate use of force by another officer, saying people should not jump to conclusions. after watching a video. you must remain aware that when you see a video you are not just like me aware of all the factors involved in that incident, it z speak kable. civil rights attorney melissa no old has sued vallejo police about 20 times for civil rights violations which have led to settlements. this is. the culture of the leo, this is this is what we've been talking about for years going on with the bolo, unprovoked, gratuitous violence. i reach out to the void hole police department, but they had no comment on the incident captured on video, henry lee ktvu, fox two news. the coast guard is called off their search for a 12 year old boyfriend, fremont, who was swept out to sea from a beach in half moon bay, the boy, aruna pruthi, his father and his eight year old brother. we're all sitting on the sand and cowl ranch state beach when a rogue wave hit them and dragged them into the ocean. on monday, the boy's father and
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younger brother made it back to shore, but the seventh grader was dragged under the water. the family is offering a $50,000 reward to find the. boy way are tracking rain coming our way as we go into the next few days, and it's going to start tomorrow. the scattered showers not a massive event, but wet on and off scattered showers. you can see it here in this little box here now, if you go over towards sunday more rain that system storm number two if you will has a little more game. i think we could see quarter inch to a half inch in the coastal hills. and then monday, we're going to see snow on bay area peaks, which is sort of interesting after all the fire concerns and right so that the potential for snow on the highest peaks like mount diablo or hamilton, so that's monday so cold showers on monday tuesday and wednesday gets going. i mean, that's that's sort of the bulk of the net. the bulls, but the sweet spot in this atmospheric river that we're going to experience
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so we're going to see multiple weather events. timing will change. as you know, that's just how these things work because it's just like this when the jet stream focuses on us and the moist. starts coming. things develop within that flow that are dead are not easy to pick out until you get to get right on top of you so, but the idea is wet and you know that we're going to see snow snow levels are actually going to be kind of low with this because we've got a lot of cold air coming in from the north. so be interesting to see how this all works out. um it was some atmosphere you know, with some atmospheric were tied in with some very cold there that can do wonders for the snowpack. there's the highs from today. lots of 60. is cooler than yesterday. by some cases, 10 to 15 degrees. so when i get back here, we're gonna look at the five day forecast. we'll look at the computer model that pushes the rain and going to be expecting it as best we can, certainly for tomorrow, and then we'll get more involved in the long range with the five day coming up as well. yeah. no, thanks. the
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number of people filing for new unemployment claims continues to rise. coming up with 6 30 the effect covid-19 closures are having nationwide but first after the break scott peterson back in court today for a hearing on his penalty phase, retrial will break down what happened and what comes next. hee
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restored on amazon web services. amazon cut off the social media app following january 6th deadly take over at the capitol, the company said parlor violated its contract by ignoring repeated warnings to effectively address steady growth and violent content, including cost to assassinate prominent democratic politicians. and business executives, the judge said the public interested, not support an order requiring the restoration of service convicted killer scott peterson appeared for a hearing in quarterman san matteo county. virtually he was sentenced to death in 2005 for the murder of his wife, lacey and their unborn son. as reporter kate received tells us today's hearing involved whether or not peterson's death penalty sentence will be overturned. we spoke to peterson's attorney who says today was a simple court hearing in a process that has been complex over zoom scott peterson appeared in a
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san matteo courtroom. this court hearing stems from the california supreme court's decision that was made in august to overturn peterson's 2005 death penalty sentence, citing errors and the jury selection process. peterson was found guilty of killing his pregnant wife, lacey and unborn son, conner and 2004, his attorney. pat harris says these court hearings are complex. the tricky thing here. what makes this sort of difficult for both sides is if there is a just a death penalty face. in other words, she says, that no guilt phase is not gonna be retried. we're gonna go ahead and just redo the death penalty phase. we're gonna have to pick a whole new jury. this phase is separate from the california supreme court's decision made and october that because of the jurors, failure to disclose a restraining order she issued while pregnant that peterson deserves a whole new trial to
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determine guilt if the san mateo county court agrees peterson will be granted a whole new trial in which jurors will decide if he's guilty or not guilty in lacy and connor's deaths. either way, there's gonna be a lengthy trial. the question is whether or not there's going to be ah, trial on guilt or whether it's just gonna be on the death penalty again. there are two separate. is in. the judge reiterated this morning that they will remain separate the next hearing in regards to this phase of the case will be in april in san mateo county k recede. coming upon ktvu zit 6 38 et frustrate sins will share one woman's story on how the fixes that were promised over the troubled system haven't exactly helped knock us down. we're going to get up and on the way up. we're gonna buy the kneecap off. not your typical coach speak from the lions new head coach. sports director marquis baniyas will have more
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on what's behind this response. a little later in sports also ahead when the art when will the article of impeachment against former president donald trump, go to the senate will have. the latest is house speaker nancy pelosi is pressure for answers. pa. jo. byn
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the way from the federal government to help americans deal with the pandemic. the president signed 10 executive orders today meant to
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significantly increase the availability of coronavirus vaccines and testing leaders of a church incentives that return to court today on contempt charges for holden indoor services in defiance of county health orders, the county says pastors have cavalry chapel are holding indoor services as a form of protest. and are disregarding health orders by allowing people to gather without a mask. the church says they're not contributing to the spread of the coronavirus and that they have a constitutional right to assemble. and in the south bay. an investigation is underway after centers. a police officers shot and killed a man who was wanted for questioning in a homicide case. it happened this morning in an apartment complex near lapolla driving bqe road. police say the man who was killed was a person of interest in a homicide and gilroy. he got into a fight with officers and police opened fire. you're watching ktvu fox two news at 6 30. well tomorrow california
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will release its latest unemployment numbers and it comes. as the state is trying to reduce its backlog of unemployment claims. ktvu is tom vacar with more now on one woman's story and how she's struggling to get the help that she says she's entitled to. how do i keep staying patient through all of this? on february, 28th, catering account manager and chef ashley huffman's was laid off and apply for unemployment benefits after hearing nothing and now living under her parents roof, miss huffman's kept reapplying six times in all after endless discussions with e d. d on the phone offered with people who she says seemed to care kind of making. you feel better see wait longer. you know, just putting a band aid on the wound, but it's not a healed. um that's just all it feels like every time i call it wasn't until november that she was able to get the weekly minimum but $167 back to july, but no
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covid relief funds to which she is entitled. even those meager funds were cut off in october after edie declaimed identity issues, some of which were of e d e ds own making. after i got off the phone. i just bald, you know, like it's so hard not to get depressed and not to just lock yourself away. more calls more delays more broken promises from the e d d specialist, so i called saying, you know what the hell. you know, thinking i'm gonna have to go through this identification process all over again. she says no. your documents are still pending. just wait until january. 6 we should know more by then. nothing happened. you know, just like every other time i've been told nothing happened. she kept cooperating with the d d. no more money came. bdd finally wrote her on january, the second freezing for account to go from a strong in the universe into having to write down when you're alive on everyone else. it looks it
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really sucks because i like being able to provide price fall when i can't i can't go out and just find a job, but with her parents room over her head, she has empathy for the other e d d victims, the department reported suspending payment for 1.4 million accounts until those people successfully proved their identity. there's people so much worse off than me. there people living on the streets because i couldn't get through to et et tom vacar ktvu fox two news. president biden is already making moves to reverse the trump foreign policy. he began yesterday by signing an executive action to rejoin the paris climate accord. the move delighted international allies, but critics claim it will burden energy producers with expensive regulations. president biden also rejoined the world health organization, which the trump administration accused of being quote china centric. united states also
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intends to fulfill its financial obligations to the organization. and in another stroke of the pen and despite pushback from canada, president biden reversed another trump policy and canceled the keystone xl pipeline putting at risk 11,000 jobs. a date for the second trump impeachment trial may soon be revealed, and even though house speaker nancy pelosi didn't want to talk about a timeline earlier today, there was some indication senate leaders may strike a deal. fox news chief correspondent mike emanuel has the latest. the six fine folks have put us in the majority. chuck schumer is the new senate majority leader. but the senate minority leader, notes, just barely the american people chosen evenly split, son it. 50 republicans and 50 democrats. mcconnell and schumer have yet to work out a power sharing agreement. mcconnell wants a
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commitment to maintain the senate filibuster. but schumer's under pressure from the left, we oughta and buster. unquestionably it is an obstacle to conquering the pandemic and reviving the economy getting stuff done. house speaker nancy pelosi is also being questioned over how a senate impeachment trial of a now former president is going to help with unity. you don't say to a president. whatever you want in the last months of your administration, you're gonna get a jet. get out of jail card free. minnesota democrat, senator amy klobuchar says the senate could handle nominations and that trial with a simple agreement. you could literally have nomination hearings and nomination votes in the morning. you could have the impeachment trial in the afternoon graduations, the senate last night confirmed averil haynes to be director of national intelligence within 84 to 10 vote. we can and should
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confirm the secretaries of defense, state homeland security and treasury without much delay, transportation secretary nominee pete buttigieg was on the hot seat today. confronted by texas senator ted cruz, about president biden canceling the keystone xl pipeline and an estimated 11,000 jobs. so for those workers, the answer is somebody else will get a job. the answer is that we are very eager to see those workers continue to be employed in good paying, you know. jobs, even if they might be different ones. house republican leader kevin mccarthy also took aim at the new president's executive actions. the new administration was more interested in helping illegal immigrants than helping our own citizens, retired general lloyd austin nomination is making progress receiving a waiver from the house and a senate vote coming soon. treasury nominee janet yellen could be confirmed as soon as tomorrow, and secretary of state nominee tony blinken could potentially be confirmed early next week. in washington. michael manual fox news coming
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up, san francisco is getting a new homeless navigation center. first look inside and what the center will be able to offer last not wasting any time senate confirmation hearings are in full swing for the president, nominees up next to look at today's hearings for former mayor of south bend, indiana. p buttigieg. alright, i brought in ensure max protein to give you the protein you need with less of the sugar you don't. [grunting noise] i'll take that.
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breed toward the new center today on evans street in the baby of neighborhood. it has an intake reception area dorms, health clinic, dining hall and laundry facilities. it will also provide services to help people transition from homelessness. this is important because we have to have places for people to go to author a transition into something more permanent and meeting people where they are is critical, but making sure that they're not sleeping outside on the streets is even more important. so this shelter is an important part of our overall plan to start to get people off the streets and into a more permanent situation, instruction is mostly completed on the navigation center. when it's finished, it will serve 200 people at full capacity. one of president biden's first actions in office was to extend a ban on evictions to help ease the financial burden that many americans are dealing with, because the pandemic new
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figures show that since last march, more than a million households in california. have fallen behind on rent with low income residents and people of color being hit the hardest. the findings by the group bay area equity atlas also show that the average debt for red has ballooned to an estimated $3400 ban on evictions has provided many struggling americans a lifeline. but landlords who depend on rent for their own income said the ban is creating deep financial hardship for them. this eviction more turns. you could be there for god knows how long i don't know. i can't live my. move to extend the ban on evictions was among a list of executive orders that president biden signed yesterday. the extension will last at least through march. confirmation hearings are getting underway for president biden's cabinet. today it was transportation
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secretary nominee buttigieg judge. he is the former mayor of south bend, indiana, who also ran for the democratic presidential nomination. if confirmed, buttigieg's would be in charge of implementing the president. $2 trillion infrastructure plan. it calls for improving public transit, repairing bridges and in selling half a million charging stations for electric cars, among other priorities. you also have a lot of work to do to improve the infrastructure in this country, a mission that will not only keep more people safe, but we'll grow our economy as we look to the future. now is the time and i believe we have a real chance to deliver for the american people. he indicated he would reverse the trump administration rollback of federal automotive fuel economy standards. a senate committee vote could come as soon as next week. house minority leader kevin mccarthy flip flop today on foreign president donald trump's role in the deadly riot, the capital earlier this month.
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mccarthy represents parts of the sand working valley and now says he does not believe that foreign president trump provoked the attack. that's a reversal of what he said two days after the attack. when he said the president quote bears responsibility for the attack on congress by mob rioters. still mccarthy says he's open to the idea of a bipartisan commission to investigate whether any members of congress helped the rioters. any member participating in breaking law are riding that way. yes, i think anybody should be held account of that process. i do not know of any member that has done that. this is why i called for last week after this happened, a bipartisan commission we should get to the bottom of mccarthy also questioned why the national guard didn't arrive earlier when the riots broke out. rain back in the bay area forecast. we'll take a look at the latest
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computer models and schedule it up for you, so you can have an idea when it's going to be with. it's gonna ktvu alex savage. now with a look at some of the stories that we're working on for the seven o'clock news on ktvu, plus christina frank, you were gonna have the very latest on that ongoing investigation in the south bay into a police shooting earlier today, more on the deadly confrontation between officers and a man who was wanted for questioning. homicide case. plus. it's like my threats started closing, some very scary moments for one california woman after taking the covid-19 vaccine as her blood pressure skyrocketed, she describes what happened and you'll hear her message for others about taking the shot. we'll have those stories and much more coming up tonight. live at seven over on ktvu plus, but first after the break yesterday marked a historic day for our country. with kamala harris being sworn in as our new vice president and some young future leaders decided to
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woman and the first person of black and south asian descent toe hold the second highest office in our country and one little girl in pennsylvania was so excited that she wrote her a letter of support. fox news. don timoney reports that the little girl got the surprise of her life when the vice president responded. i just felt so excited. six year olds ohana ire of exton beaming as she tells me about a letter she wrote to kamila harris that the
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vice president included in a tweet tuesday afternoon. it was part of a social media campaign called letters to kamila. dear miss here. i hope you are a wonderful life president. i cannot believe you're of indian descent. just like me. it all started with a tweet from the biden inaugural committee calling on all kids saying harris wanted to hear from the next generation of leaders with advice, questions and art. so hanna's mom asked all three of her daughters, but it was so hana who jumped at the chance. i honestly didn't expect anything to come out of it, obviously, because you think like thousands of kid sort of written. hana wrote the letter all by herself. i told her i think she was gonna do great at her job every morning. she would wake up on like big missed habits respond to my letter on them like. sweetie, i don't think she's gonna have time to, you know, respond to your letter, but i'm sure she will read it at some point. not only did she respond, harris's
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digital team asked for a video of solano reading the letter suhani even drawing a picture of her dog luna on the back. that's so great, that dog looks really lovely. what is it that you like about her and that she's in game just like me and i, along with what? i need a girl like president? this little lady also has high aspirin. shin's actually i want to be president because in the white house is in my it might be so cool. what a personality. interesting lisa hanna's mom is from the same city in india has kamila harris is mom. so there is a real connection for this family? she says she was moved to tears as harris was being sworn in as vice president of the united states. she says. it was just quite a moment. daunted mini fox news, all right, that's a pretty great story s. we go to the weather. now we have a good story there,
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too. we got rain back in the forecast these air the highs from today they're down about 5 to 10 degrees from where they were yesterday and they're gonna stay down tomorrow i'll be a little cooler. still, the long range models do. this is just a progressive pattern. there's a little something friday, saturday break sunday more rain showers monday. there, you're going to win tuesday and wednesday, and then there's something behind wednesday, thursday and into friday, so we've got a nice wet pattern, developing and hopefully we can continue with that in the forecast ball. sometimes things change is, you know it's been happening a lot this year. we've had a lot of events like this lineup. this one actually is the best one we've seen. but that have missed us. i'm. hoping and fingers crossed and feeling pretty good about this. the models are all pretty much on the same track, too, so we should be in pretty good shape for certainly starting the showers tomorrow kind of light. you said not nuisance showers, but 10th of an inch something like that. that's not a lot. the sunday event, we'll load up, maybe a quarter inch to a
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half inch. and then after that, it gets going. those those brainstorms could be producing an inch inch and a half of rain each time they rule through there is the satellite loop. the winds have shifted. now, remember, they're going off shore. we have the record warmth and the fire danger and the wind now they're coming this way. onshore temperatures there right now are cooler than they were last night by 10 degrees and santa rosa. that's because the cloud cover the four cast for san francisco tomorrow, maybe a few morning sprinkles early morning bagels for sure. but mid morning by lunchtime, you'll see some more showers. little bit of sun, too. that's how it works for san jose and oakland and ever all of us tomorrow kind of a mixed bag tomorrow if you will, and then as we get into saturday, we get that break the okay, let's do it again. there's friday morning, right? you'll see the showers after it. so this friday afternoon now we're going to go into thursday. that's your day, right are not thursday saturday. that's your day, and then we go into saturday night and now sunday, that's when things really get going this sunday event in the monday tuesday, wednesday and beyond looks pretty good. there's the five
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day forecast coming up what you're going to see. here are temperatures that are on the mild side. certainly wake or they haven't and you're going to notice that we've got showers on and off as the system start toe stack up out in the pacific. i'll see you guys back here tonight at 10 bill. thank you all red tailed hawk that was shot in castroville was released back into the wild today, wildlife experts believe the male bird was shot while perching the pellet fractured his owner, a passer by found the injured. talking contacted s p. c a veterinarian's the bird was nursed back to health and one strong enough. he was released. ox are protected under the federal migratory bird treaty act. all right, coming up here. wait until you hear with the new head coach of the detroit lions said today in his introductory press conference
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from one generation to the next well as football fans ready up for this championship weekend in the nfl figure out who's going to go to the super bowl? one of the four teams never to go to the super bowl, the
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detroit lions frank and you name the other three. don't google it little tribute there for you that it's right lives. nonetheless they named their new head coach, try and get up to the top of the mountain top, and his name is dan campbell, most recently an assistant. coach with the saints as well. and would you take a look at his new offices? you'll see that the guy has a sense of humor. the dude there alongside his name. he played 10 years in the nfl as a tight end with a few different teams and is he gets ready to take over the reins. it's clear that he plans on taking the intellectual approach. we're going to kick you in the teeth, all right, and when you punch is back, we're gonna smile at you. and when you knock us down, we're going to get up and on the way up. we're gonna buy the kneecap off. all right, and we're gonna stand up and then it's going to take two more shots to knock us down, all right. and on the way up, we're gonna take your other kneecap and we're gonna get up and then it's gonna take three shots to get us down. and when we do, we're gonna take another
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hunk out of you before. before long. we're gonna be the last one standing. all right. i got to say if i was straight lines coach if i was a fan of theirs, be worried. be very, very word. just saying all right. another team that hasn't been back to the super bowl since the days of joe nemeth 1969. the new york jets also formally introduced their head coach today, 49ers fans very familiar by now with the neighbor, robert sulla. he's the new guy with the jets. charismatic, energetic former defense, of course. name was san francisco, and he will take a more traditional in his efforts to try and bring the jets back to relevancy again. everything we do is going to be designed to win championships in the future. and so when we talk about all gas, no break and that mentality waking up in the morning, putting your foot to the pedal. ondo heaven that mindset again. go to bed better
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than when you woke up. that's the mindset we're gonna have, and again. we're very confident that's gonna leave the championships. good man. there it is. in case you forgot the 21st day in the 21st year of the 21st century. so what the heck happened on this day in sports history? just the guy to tell us joe fonzi. they were the dominant teams of the era. roger starbuck and the cowboys against terry bradshaw and the steelers on this day in 1979 and super bowl 13. both teams were trying to be the first to win three super bowl games to brad shot john stallworth touchdown passes highlighted pittsburgh's 35 to 31 win the team of the seventies, had its third lombardi trophy. and he had somewhat mellowed from his younger, more volatile days. but on this day in 1990 john mcenroe achieved a 27 year,
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first in the fourth round of the australian open. mcenroe received three code violations and was then told to go home that hadn't happened in a grand slam event since 1963. that's this day in sports. january 21st i'm joe fonzi. all right. the golden state warriors will be playing the knicks last night great victory over the spurs last night in the post game, press conference and ladder warrior fans probably forget that steps. real first name is wardell. it appeared he may have to. check this, wardell. why is kelly so good at. wardell. um it looked like a dog, but he hears a high pitched whistle there, but wardell wardell, that's his first name. that's right. he first name. that's right. he didn't seem like he was crazy
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hmm. the problem appears to be unsolvable. maybe we could run some computer simulations. there are too many variables. it would take forever. we've got to be missing something. let's start again. the movie is playing here at 7:20, here at 7:40, here at 8:10 and here at 8:45. all right, these theaters have to be eliminated. why? they're state-of-the-art digital projection, 20-channel surround sound. yes, but they have no icee machines. despite my aggressive letter-writing campaign, i might add. w-what about the multiplex here? the seats are terrific. they have twizzlers instead of red vines. no amount of lumbar support can compensate for that. well, it's gonna take at least an hour to eat, and i don't see a sheldon-approved restaurant proximate to a sheldon-approved theater. we could eat after the movie. unacceptable. the delay would result in tomorrow morning's bowel movement occurring at work. hang on, hang on. th-there's a 7-eleven here. we smuggle slurpees, which are essentially icees,
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in under our coats, after having a pleasant meal either here, here or here. wow. i don't see how we missed that. excuse me, in what universe are slurpees icees? that's how we missed it. sheldon, would you be prepared, on a non-precedential basis, to create an emergency ad hoc slurpee-icee equivalency? oh, leonard, you know i can't do that. okay, i guess we only have one option. yep, i don't see any way around it. bye, sheldon. see ya. later, dude. they're right, it was the only option. ♪ our whole universe was in a hot, dense state ♪ ♪ then nearly 14 billion years ago expansion started... wait! ♪ ♪ we built the wall ♪ we built the pyramids ♪ ♪ math, science, history, unraveling the mystery ♪


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