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possibility for weeks, knowing that we were likely to eventually confirm a case. >> it is official. santa clara county confirms the bay area's first case of coronavirus. it comes on the same day the u.s. took unprecedented steps to contain the virus, declaring a public health emergency. temporarily barring any foreigner who has recently traveled to china from entering the u.s. and ordering all americans returning from wuhan, china, to be quarantined. the news rocking wall street. the dow plunging more than 600 points. more than 250 people have died worldwide with more than 12,000 infections confirmed around the world. the latest rig here in the bay area. >> so here's what we know about the man with coronavirus. health officials say he had visited wuhan and shanghai and returned a week ago. he flew into san jose airport and developed symptoms after
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returning. >> he's been self-isolating at home and did not leave home at all except to seek medical care. >> county health feeteams are monitoring a short list of people who may have been exposed. health officials say the risk to the public is low. they did not disclose the man's name, age, or his city of residence. good evening, thank you for joining us. >> starting sunday, all incoming flights from china are going to be funneled through seven airports. >> they are sfo, lax, jfk, seattle, atlanta, and o'harrah in chicago. >> reporter: dan and ama, travelers i spoke to who arrived from china are relieved they were able to get in tonight. despite this threat of the growing virus, some are upset
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that there aren't even travel restrictions happening at all. >> reporter: she arrived from china just in time before the u.s. implements travel restrictions to international travelers from china. >> i was lucky. i'm lucky i got here. >> foreign nationals, other than immediate family of u.s. citizens and permanent residents, who have travelled in china within the last 14 days will be denied entry into the united states. >> reporter: and in an unprecedented move, 200 americans are required to remain at a military base in riverside county for a two-week quarantine. they evacuated from wuhan, china. >> i think it's a good thing. you never know. if people go off and travel somewhere and they come back, and it's disease. >> reporter: it's the first quarantine the cdc has issued in more than 50 years. but some here in the bay area feel these travel restrictions on foreign nationals that come from china are too extreme. >> unfortunately, xena
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suggesting that chinese people are hosts of this deadly virus. there's no reason to spread panic and alarm at this stage. >> reporter: the new travel restrictions are set to begin this sunday at 8:00 p.m. lauren martinez, "abc7 news." stanford university is restricting all travel to china to prevent the spread of coronavirus. organizers of events in at least four california cities have canceled upcoming lunar new year events due to coronavirus. we have more coverage of the coronavirus at, including the symptoms, how it spreads, and how you can avoid
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it. breaking news, a person has been shot outside a high school in antioch where there was a varsity basketball game tonight. there was a disturbance that led to the shooting. the person shot was a juvenile. police haven't released their condition or said if they're looking for suspects. the basketball game tonight was against antioch high school. a police chase ended in union city with officers opening fair. they were going after suspects that had robbed a store. you can see the large response from police. two people were taken from the scene by ambulance. a third was arrested. the car that was being chased ended up on the front yard of a home. a police car blocked it in. that shooting happened at the end of balmorial street.street. in the east bay, a car drove off the road and killed a woman on the sidewalk around 2:00 this
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afternoon in alameda. the driver was arrested for an unrelated warrant. police are investigating whether alcohol or drugs were involved. to the southrews have giv t all clear at valley medical center. crews inspected the facility after people reported a funny smell, possibly gas. there was no gas leak, but it's unclear what caused the smell. the los angeles lakers took to the court this evening for the first time since the death of kobe bryant. fans received number 8 and number 24 shirts, the numbers bryant wore in his 20 seasons with the team. before the game, there was a deeply moving and emotional tribute to the nba great. ♪ amazing grace ♪ 12340e9 ♪
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>> you get older, you understand it's about the next generation, that these championships do come and go. but the most important thing you can do is pay everything forward to the next generation. that's how you create something that lasts forever. ♪ ♪ and the home of the words of bryant, mamba out. but in the words of us, not forgotten. live on, brother. [ cheers and applause ] >> and kobe bryant's wife, vanessa, posted this photo from the lakers on instagram, showing kobe and her daughter's jerseys,
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say thing is no number 24 without number 2. happening now, san francisco's landmarks are awash in red and gold from the airport to city hall to high atop quick tower. 49ers excitement has taken over the city. >> the niners take to football's biggest stage in less than 48 hours, and larry beil is live in miami gardens. >> two members of the niners organizatiou cone bldhore >> yeah, this could be an incredible weekend, dan and ama. we're talking about the super bowl on sunday, and the possibility of two hall of famers tomorrow. defensive end bryant young, as well as current niner gm john lynch may get the call from the hall. the pro football hall of fame. they'll get the word. there's 15 finalists. we'll find out who's in tomorrow. let's talk about by. he was a dominant defensive lineman from 1994 to 2007. started all 208 games he played
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for the niners. as for john lynch, his playing career, 15 years, split between tampa and denver. he admits it would be an unbelievable weekend to make the hall saturday and hoist the lombardi sunday. >> it could make for a pretty cool weekend. it's typically this week, you know, you don't think of the hall, but you get here and they bring you down here for it. this year my mind is occupied and i have other duties. i have thought it could be a special weekend. >> there are a little bit of nerves but i'm not super nervous. i'm just very humbled to be one of the 15 finalists and among such a great group of u excnkint guy and also just not being that guy. so i'm just trying to keep it in perspective and understand that hey, just enjoy it. >> so good luck to both of them.
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we told you, a ton of 49ers' fans have arrived today. a bay area street performer is here, as well. we're talking about kenny the clown who is bringing his burst of energy, bubbles, and balloons. here's abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo. ♪ >> i'm ready to go. rock 'n' roll. >> reporter: meet kenny the plan. he's a staple san francisco street performer who landed in south florida like the rest of the faithful. he's bringing positivity with the face paint. >> if you find a job you love to do, you don't have to work a day in your life. >> reporter: he picked up a few tips while working with tots in the bay area. >> i was a substitute schoolteacher for 28 years in the alameda unified school district. i liked doing that, but i love doing this. what's going on, niners. >> reporter: super bowl liv marks his third super bowl
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street performance. >> the energy here is like every bit matching what i got in new orleans and houston. >> reporter: of course, this year is extra special. kenny was able to ditch his classic polkadot clown suit for something more fitting. it's how the man makes a living. big events like the super bowl bring a different level of joy and interaction. win or lose, fan or faoe regardless of age, there's nothing like making something happen. it's a job he takes very seriously. even in the thick of competition, he's enjoying the magic of magic city. >> we're only here for a moment, so may as well enjoy it. >> reporter: once kenny the clown is back in california, you can catch him at fisherman's war ch. amanda del castillo, "abc7 news." >> amanda, where is my balloon? i didn't get anything. if you are wondering why we're
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inside, there have been some torrential downpours going on tonight. i mean, rain that boggles the mind. more thunderstorms tomorrow. but weather should be okay on sunday. sandhya will have much on that. i'm just a junior meteorologist. >> in training, 3,000 miles away. very impressive. >> thanks, larry. you can see more from larry, the junior meteorologist, amanda and the whole news team this weekend. you can find in depth super bowl coverage on our facebook page, the "abc7 news" app and at you may think you're a fan, but the ultimate fans have their own trading card. new hope for children with peanut allergies, a ground breaking treatment just approved. i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. soaking rain in miami tonight. i'll let you know if the skies will clear
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the vote for witnesses and documents to be presented failed by a vote of 49-51. closing statements are expected monday and tuesday. a final acquittal vote is scheduled for wednesday, one day after president trump is to deliver the state of the union address. the fda has approved the first drug to treat peanut allergies in children, made by a peninsula company. they are behind the new drug. it's not a cure, it's designed a child's allergic reaction to peanuts. >> that is promising. well, there are 49er die hard fans, of course, and then the ultimate fans. >> check out the walls of her house. >> our reporter has her story now from san the rosa. >> this is actually the chin
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straps that the player wore. >> reporter: when you're an ultimate fan, you have stuff that no one else has, like the chin strap of number 87, dwight clark. >> and i talked to him shortly before he passed. we ended up having a very beautiful conversation. >> reporter: her love affair with the 49ers goes back to the 1940s. you've been to how many home games? >> every one. i have never missed a game, no. >> reporter: along with the price list, memorabilia are the pictures with players at games. favorite player? >> they all -- i can't, i can't. it's like saying who is your favorite child? can't do it. >> reporter: but she admits to having a soft spot for keena turner and a section dedicated to joe montana. >> when eddie got inducted into the hall of fame, i was thrilled. >> reporter: and she was invited. last year, she was inducted into the sports fan hall of fame in
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canton, getting her own trading card and ring. she's known as the 49ers mom and calls the players her kids. here's her advice on how to win on sunday. >> it's easy to get wrapped up in the enthusiasm and the cheering and the sounds. you've got to totally cut that out and just say totally focused. >> reporter: she's been to all five. so she would know. >> we need to be on the sidelines in miami. good for her. >> so the weather, the junior meteorologist was saying how there was frontal downpour in miami. >> apprentice. let's clear this up, let's get accurate information. meteorologist sandhya patel is here. >> larry could have my job if he would like. om miami.e should stick with yes, it's been pouring tonight. tomorrow, they'll see showers, possibility of severe weather, some thunderstorms. and rabe all the way through tomorrow night. but look at what happens on
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sunday. yes, the skies are going to clear. 67 degrees at kickoff, and it is going to be a beautiful, mild, clear evening, and low to mid 60s, a starry night at 10:00 p.m. hopefully, it's a wing forecani forecast and a win for the niners. check this out. really anywhere you look around sn francisco, we're seeing a lot of the niners' colors. outdoor viewing parties here on super bowl sunday will feature chillier, windier conditions. temperatures for highs, mainly in the 50s. if you're going to be out and about at some of the parties in the bay area, take a coat or jacket. you will need it. today is really mild, temperatures in the 60s, 70s, 7 to 10 degrees above average. some of you may have been feeling it. the tree pollen is coming up, running high. uv index moderate tomorrow. if you suffer from allergies,
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hang in there. a live look right now looking at a decked out city hall tonight. live doppler 7 showing you the absence of rain, but we have some patches of fog forming. 40s, 50s on the temperatures right now. the city is still 58 degrees. this is what i mean about the red and gold. strong winds, sharply cooler sunday with freezing cold mornings next week. fog is what you need to look out for tomorrow 40s, 50s tomorrow afternoon. it will be mild, 60s for all of you. along the coastline, we'll see lingering clouds. mid 60s from santa rosa to fremont. 68 in san jose. now, on sunday, a dry cold front bringing the sierra snow showers. can't rule out an ice lated showers here in the north bay. but the main event with this will be the wind. high wind watch 4:00 a.m. sunday until 4:00 a.m. monday.
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gtsou te d peras y lhe hou forecast, close to 40 marine mari -- 40-mile-an-hour winds. so definitely watch out. accuweather seven-day forecast. mild sunshine for saturday. dramatic drop in temperatures, blustery sunday. then going freezing cold monday, tuesday before we go back to mild the number of uninsurising.ricans, the cost of prescription drugs, rising. the threat to people with pre-existing conditions, rising. the good news, so is support for the one candidate who'll do something about it. as mayor, mike bloomberg helpeh, including hundreds of thousands of kids. including hundreds of thousands of kids.
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good evening. live from miami, 2:28 a.m. eastern time. last year, 49ers went 4-12. their reward was the number two pick in the draft. they took dick bossa, he's been great. this year in the super bowl. and bossa is up for honors that could come tomorrow. if he around d ford get pressure on patrick mahomes, the chiefs could be in trouble. >> he's legendary. he's a technique freak. he's going to get his job done. i can't wait to see him go out there on sunday and do his thing. >> it's crazy, because he's just scratching the surface of what he can do. the guy has pretty much no ceiling. >> his mind-set, you can't mock me. and when you have someone like
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that, and they do it every play, it's incredible. he should be rookie of the year in my opinion. he's done so many great things. rough year for the warriors, but they do have an all-star participant, rookie eric pascal named to what was once the rookie sophomore game. now it's the rising stars challenge. pascal has scored at least 20 points in ten games this season. really heartbreaking tonight in los angeles, as the lakers played their first home game since the tragic passing of kobe bryant, his daughter gigi and seven others in that helicopter crash. lebron james fighting back tears and spoke during pregame and made a promise. >> so in the words of kobe bryant, mamba out. but in the words of us, not forgotten. live on, brother. >> and the other forward, number
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24, 6'6", kobe bryant. >> so every laker in the tarting five was introduced as kobe bryant. when the game started, lakers took a 24-second violation. you see lebron there. and the blazers honored kobe's second number, an eight second violation. as for the game itself, it took a while for guys to get focused. in the third quarter, hill lard had 18 points enroute to a game high 48. lebron got the lakers to within three. the lakers drop an emotional game 127-119. really hard to believe that kobe is gone. abc 7 sports
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they don't help single moms. hi. hi. what happened to our house last year? it flooded. and the water flooded out. yeah. the red cross arranged the hotel for us. they gave me that break, that leverage, to be able to get it together and... take care of them, you know? i feel like we've come full circle. like that! this is how i'll do it. sarah: there you go. coming up on kimmel -- >> have a great weekend. enjoy the super bowl. good night.
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>> ♪ shine ♪ for the rest of your life ♪ stronger than ever, ever ♪ stronger than ever, ever ♪ shine [ cheers and applause ] >> hi! how are you? hi! hello! hi! hello! hello! welcome! welcome to the show! oh, welcome, welcome! have a seat! have a seat! welcome to the show! thank you so much. it's a big one today. have a seat. i love that yellow. it's cute. okay. in the house right behind this stage, and he's gonna be out here in a second, hip-hop legend rev run of run-dmc. [ cheers and applause ]
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his lovely wife, justine. they've been married 25 years. they're both here. let me tell you, i spent the night reading their book. it's called "old school love." if you have love in your life, it's gonna make you embrace it more. if you're still on the apps looking for love, it's gonna help you find the love. i just adore this book, and they're gonna join us to talk about how they have stayed together through thick and thin. i love it. okay. i love it. we love talking about relationships and love on this show. then, full disclosure here -- this show is a hit. it's on tlc. everybody on my staff, they just -- they love this kind of stuff. first, you know, you had "dr. pimple popper." [ audience murmuring ] mm. it's cringe binge tv. well, there's a new hit in town. the show is called "my feet --" you know the name of it? "my feet are killing me." >> yeah. >> the stars of "my feet are killing me" are
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gonna be here to talk about the show. [ cheers and applause ] dr. brad schaeffer, dr. ebonie vincent -- they're in the house. and then we have -- 'cause, you know, we have to dig deep on our show. we have a psychologist who's coming on to tell us why we get hooked on shows where people are popping pimples and have bad feet. it's something that's in our wiring. it's one of those things that we have in common. so, i can't wait. full disclosure -- my name is tamron, and i suffer from really dry feet. [ laughter ] i do. do not show my feet, randy. that's our director. so we're gonna talk about that. then, okay. i don't know if you saw this suit here. so, this suit that i'm wearing was created by denzel parris. denzel was featured on our up-and-coming designer series. [ cheers and applause ] and so, here's the deal. i gotta hit 'em with the shoulder. [ cheers and applause ] so, i am not just doing that so i can show off this suit. it is because, on monday, we're
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doing it again. we're kicking off another week where we'll shine a light on up-and-coming, rising fashion designers. i always wanted to do this series because a lot of my clothes in my childhood, they were made. you know, my mom and dad, they didn't have the money, so my aunt lottie may used to make -- lottie may -- used to make, like, the dresses for the events that i did on her sewing machine, and so i love giving love to people who got those sewing machines in their house, the vogue patterns -- remember the vogue patterns? all that, that's what was dressing me all those years. so, that's why we're giving love. denzel, this suit is fire. all right, let's say hi to our friends and family in the cyber hall. elisa trucaznova, from n aryo north carolina, watching on newschannel 12. >> hey! >> hey, girl! [ cheers and applause ] and kevin winderstran, from west fargo, north dakota! watching on wday tv. thank you, fam. see, as far away as we can find
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a tam fam member, we will bring you into our home. thank you so much for being here and being family. go to, and you can sign up to join the family in cyber hall. and, again, don't forget -- monday, we're launching the whole new up-and-coming fashion designers, and i've been going through racks and racks of clothes. it's incredible, the talent out there. it is the super bowl sunday in miami. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. i am still working on whether or not i'm gonna have nachos or i don't know. my snack game is weak, but the game is gonna be so good. the kansas city chiefs taking on the san francisco 49ers. [ cheers and applause ] now, listen, our show is on in kansas city, and it's on in san francisco, so i'm not picking a side 'cause i don't want to get cancelled in either of those cities. [ laughter ] but i do love a good story, and the chiefs, it's their first trip to the super bowl in 50 years. [ cheers and applause ] oh, my gosh! san francisco was last there in 2013.
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demi lovato, who, if you -- my team will tell you, i live, i love her, an j.irhealime performance. [ cheers and applause ] this is j.lo's first time on the big stage. she's been posting her rehearsals on instagram, and based on the rehearsals -- well, she won't be on the field like that. but you know j.lo. jenny from the bronx is gonna bring it, so i can't wait. so, joining us from miami to break it all down, we have fox sports analyst shane vereen, who won a super bowl with the patriots back in 2005 when they beat seattle, 28-24. and how -- there you are. hey. shane, how does it feel to not have the patriots in the super bowl? i'm gonna just say that. [ laughter ] is it surreal for the pats not to be in the bowl? >> you know, it is a little weird. we are used to seeing them in the bowl, but i think it's great for the league and great for football to have two teams that
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haven't been to the super bowl in quite some time and two great division teams. >> i love that. i love that. 'cause you love a good comeback story, especially with a great city like kansas city. you want to see them shine. everywhere i've gone, people are talking about patrick mahomes. he's 24. he's got fans here. they love him. the chiefs fs in addition to the fact that he's got a great game. >> [ laughs ] what makes him special is that he comes from a pedigree of athletes. his father was a professional baseball player. he's just such a great competitor. and to be only three years in, he has had an historic career already. no quarterback has ever played to the level that he has played, historically, in their first three seasons. he's just an unbelievable talent and great for the game of football. >> his dad, i think, played for the mets, right? i think that's what my team told me -- his dad played for the mets. so, you got the 49ers, jimmy garoppolo was your teammate. how's he going into the game?
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>> jimmy g., going into the game confident, relaxed, cool, calm, and collected. that's just who he is. that's just how he gets down. i'm looking for both quarterbacks to really have a good, strong showing. jimmy g. is -- i mean, being my former teammate, i just love him to death. he's very, very funny, has a great sense of humor, doesn't take himself too seriously, and, most importantly, has fun on the football field. >> okay. so, that makes me put you on the spot. so jimmy g. is your friend. >> yeah. >> is jimmy g. gonna win? >> i hope so. >> oh. so you got the 49ers? you got the 49ers? >> well, see, you just said you were gonna get cancelled if you had to choose... [ laughter ] i got the niners. i've got the 49ers winning on sunday. >> you got the niners. okay. >> i do. >> i heard that you have your ring on from the super bowl. >> yes, i do. >> oh, my gosh! [ cheers and applause ] is that a ring or a belt buckle?


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