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this is a serious crisis for our city. >> the mayor just admitted to violating the law by accepting a close to $6,000 gift. >> it's a very disturbing revelation. >> in no way, to be clear, have i been asked to do anything improper by mohammed. nor have i ever asked him to do anything improper. >> the real question is, what else don't we know? >> good afternoon. thanks for joining us. >> a new scandal is shaping up at city hall and now there are calls for london breed to resign. >> she addressed the accusation that she had a relationship with mohammed nuru. he is accused of corruption. >> kate?
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>> reporter: there have been rumblings at city hall for weeks about mayor breed's ties to mohammed nuru. he is embroiled in that federal corruption scandal. i just came from inside city hall where the supervisor thinks mayor breed should resign immediately after the mayor disclose ad $5,600 gift from nuru. >> the mayor just admitted to violating the law by accepting a close to $6,000 gift from her employee. her subordinate. and i talked to the city attorney. pass clear violation of the law. and because of. serious violation, and the serious culture of corruption that pervades this city, that i believe she should voluntarily resign. >> i can't help but believe that the mayor's office is in crisis communications mode. they obviously have known about this, or she has known about this for a long time. the fact they are dumping on it a friday before a three-day
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weekend isn't arbitrary. that was obviously by design. the real question is, what else don't we know? >> reporter: nuru resigned from his public works on position earlier this week. he was arrested two weeks ago on fraud charges all laid out in his 75-page criminal complaint that alleges twisted scan involving the restaurant you're nick bovis. now, mayor breed posted a bombshell essay this morning. she admitted to having a romantic relationship with nuru 20 years ago and said she is still close to his family and children. and she said the $5600 gift is the value of personal car repairs and the rental that nuru gave her as a friend. >> the gift is not reportable. ubld our fppc laws in checking with my attorney, based on basen relationship, this is not a
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reportable gift so i am not required by any laws to provide this information. but i felt it was important to do so for the sake of full transparency. to put it out there. >> reporter: so i reached out to the san francisco city attorney. the district attorney as well as the ethics commission biffle the way, mayor breed does say she still mass car that nuru paid for repairs on. and she does intend to pay him t 5600 back. >> so what are some of the other supervisors saying? >> reporter: so all the supervisors i've spoken to aren't concerned about her dating history and her romantic relationship with nuru. what they're concerned about is the legality of that $5600 gift. matt haney text immediate that he was worried it was illegal and he would like an investigation to be launched and then the supervisor said he thinks the mayor should temporarily step back from her position as mayor while all of
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these investigations take place. so no doubt, there will be a lot of conversations to come here at city hall. >> all right. reporting live for us, thank you, kate. turning to the east bay, after months of investigation, union city police have investigated two people in the deadly shooting of two young boys found outside an elementary school. >> the first suspect the jason of castro valley. the second is a juvenile, 17 years old. close to $60,000 were seized in the investigation in those november murders. >> reporter: the 18-year-old suspect appeared in court today. the 17-year-old is in juvenile hall. both are accused of murdering those young boys. the motive is still unclear. but cache of weapons and drugs uncovered today. this is a disturbing story.
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he. >> union city police say kevin hernandez drove his mom's van to the parking lot on november 23rd. 14-year-old shawn was with him. at 1:28 a.m., the boys were attacked. >> the suspect entered the lot, pulled near shawn and kevin is that then opened fire and gunned them down. >> reporter: the boys died. three months of investigations led to six search warrants last week that led to drug and weapons see, urs. >> two handguns, assault weapons and magazines. >> they provided evidence for arrests in the double murder. the 18-year-old and a spoken to-year-old from hayward were charged on thursday. >> the complaint alleges a gang enhancement. these killings were gun the benefit, direction and
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association of a criminal street gang. >> we are incredibly relieved to be bringing justice and closure to our community on this case. >> california's attorney general javier becerra made the big announcement of the arrest paying remember the you'd to the other agencies. alameda sxoinlt the d.a.'s office for collaborating on solving the case. >> it is reassuring to know, as community, all the different agencies involved, came together to bring closure to these families. >> reporter: again, still no motive i asked police, why would these gang members approach. >> in an elementary school lot. they said that's not clear to they will. it is part of ongoing investigation. there could be more arrests the next court date is february 20th. abc7 news. >> okay. thank you. the marin county sheriff's office is investigating the
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discovery of the bodies of a man and woman outside the sleepy hollow area. deputies from the ros valley fire department were called to the home on west oak noel. they arrived at the scene later in the day. now investigators say this appears to be an isolated incident. floss threat to the public. abc7 is keeping a close eye on mass transit. it is part of our effort to build a better bay area. >> b.a.r.t. is trying to get commuters out of their cars but also develop transit hubs with housing and retail. that may add up to more expensive parking. >> that's one of the things they discussed on the future of b.a.r.t. they discussed yesterday the 10 million riders they lost nights and weekends and how to get that back. today they were discussing things like transit development and parking.
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maybe raising parking fees as a way to raise revenue. >> if you can find a space, parking at a b.a.r.t. station is still a bargain at $3 a day. how would raising those fees strike you? >> i don't know if i would be okay with it. but it is what it is. >> so you have to do it. >> yeah. >> gas is expensive. b.a.r.t. adds up as well. >> rebecca favors a crisising system based more on demand. perhaps capped at $6, to raise revenue and for to have get those who don't to have drive, out of their cars. >> we want to open up spaces for people had need them and for people who don't. >> we're just making it more expensive to park so people have the convenience of and people struggling to get by get to work, they can't afford it anymore. >> doubling the fees could raise an extra $10 to $15 million a 84. but the b.a.r.t. board member
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worries that could be offset by people deciding to drive rather than pay. she said it also clashes with building 20,000 new housing units b.a.r.t. property. she wants to focus on building a better more reliable system. that is what will make riders happy, increase revenue and make people want to get out of their cars. >> affordable housing is a big part of our transit development program. it also includes market rate housing and office space and retail. >> reporter: so the challenge is you can have more parking or you can have more housing but it doesn't appear you can have both. this is very important for an agency that seals to be running a $125 million deficit next year. over the next three decades, it could rise into the billions of dollars. live in walnut creek park. abc7 news. >> thank you. abc7 news devoted awoke to
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covering, devoted a week to covering it. we rode trains all day long visiting every station. now we're getting back on b.a.r.t. look for our special coverage starting february 24th. california's march 3 primary is fast approaching. that means more campaigning throughout the state. pete buttigieg was here seeking campaign funds. the men was the openly gay candidate must do more to address the concerns of the lgbtq community and people of color. >> the gay rights movement. i just feel really upset that he's not talking with regular people lou can't afford to go to his fund-raiser. >> the dwroom says they suffer the most from gentry identify indication. they say he should take time listen to them of not just wealthy donors of the. >> facebook is allowing a type
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of mention has side stepped many of the social net work's rules. it calls branded content, sponsored items. it comes days after michael bloomberg exploited a loophole. they know homeless. we check in a year later. searching for keanu. on the search for the celebrity as he films the latest matrix. i'm spencer christian following this realize you can totally eat out more?
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keanu reaves watch continues. >> he has been spotted. shooting in the financial district, expected to continue. we sent chris down. >> not stalking though. >> reporter: i would call it stalking. we did try our very best to look for keanu. right behind me, a very elaborate, top secret movie set. i heard some whispers that he might be here tonight. we don't know. he has certainly been spotted all around the city. we tried our best to find those people. take a look. >> i think that's a film truck right there. we've been driving around this area. we know he's filming. we're seeing film trucks. people have spotted him. >> my buddy, my co-workers saw
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him yesterday. >> have you seen keanu reeves? are you looking for him? >> the film crew we spotted on california street, tight himmed about their star. >> keanu keanu keanu keanu keanu will he be here today? >> everybody has been on a keanu watch. he's filming matrix 4. every time he's spotted, it is on social media. >> i'm keeping him to myself. >> i've been looking day and night. >> reporter: they're not just looking for him. they want to gively free stuff. when i met you when i was a kid, stop by. >> i want hip to stop by. >> reporter: are he did stop here. >> he came 20 years ago. he really loved this place. it is kind of awesome that he
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came back again. >> right where that photo is that we have up there. >> reporter: you know you're sitting where keanu reeves sat recently? >> have you spotted him? >> yes. >> you have? >> yes. i did. >> did he come in for a hair cut? >> no. just right here infront. >> reporter: why do you think san francisco likes keanu reeves so much? >> i don't know. people coming from so far away. what is he doing there? >> reporter: all right. keanu, if you are watching, i want to let you know, we come in peace. abc7 news loves and you it is an open invitation. right, larry? ama? >> good to see that we're not stalking him. >> speaking of not stalking, any idea where fans might be able to spot him or try to spot him this weekend? >> reporter: that's right. and we're trying to find him.
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we're trying to connect with him. we're not stalking him. film locations are posted all over the city. so if you have a piece of payment and a pen taergs this down. montgomery street. pine street between the kearny, bush street. we'll put that on our website. they are filming all weekend. abc7 news. >> not stalking. not stalking. >> it shouldn't that be hard to find him. we can't find keanu reeves. we did find jennifer garner. why was she doing becauallet? >> i don't know. it seems ill advised. >> okay, mom. >> somebody will fall down and hurt themselves. >> it's all fun and games. san francisco international airport's new sky terrace is now open. sky 7 spotted a handful of people enjoying the indoor and
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outdoor observation deck. it is at terminal 2 and cost $6 million to build. it is a place troe los angeles and enjoy sweeping views of one of the airport's busiest areas. it also has a museum. i think it is pretty cool. if you have a layover, you can hang out there. >> you want to go hang out at the airport? >> the weather is great. >> a tiny, tiny threat of light showers. it is really minimal. great outdoor weather. not the best weather for hanging out at the airport. now a live view from sutro tower looking under mainly blue skies. a few high clouds but basically sunny. 59, redwood city. low 60s in sandal jose and gilroy. 54 at half moon bay.
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this is a view from emeryville. looking at the western sky so far. low 60s at petaluma. it is warmer in fairfield. 68. and low to mid 60s over the embarcadero. it will be mostly sunny and a bit warmer tomorrow. breezy and cooler on sunday with the possibility of some sprinkles. and then we'll have a dry, sunny and mild pattern for virtually all of next week. >> what about this evening? the planner shows sunshine be mine at the 5:00 hour. as it gets dark into the evening hours, mainly clear. with cuddly conditions. we'll see the low clouds develop with a sweet ending to the day, or the night. overnight, look for low temperatures. a little chillier in some north bay conditions where lows will drop into the upper 30s.
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tomorrow, under mainly sunny skies. mid 60s around the bayshore line and mid to upper 60s inland. we'll start our forecast animation at 5:00 p.m. saturday. here we go. we'll see some snow around the northern most part of the state. it is not going to make it much farther than about the northern most part of mendocino county before the system fizzles. our afternoon highs on sunday, mainly upper 50s to low 60s around the shoreline. up to about 70 on monday. we got quite a warming trend. next week begins with president's day on monday and throughout all of next week, we can expect sunny and dry conditions. a rather mild pattern. we'll see high temperatures near
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70 degrees inland. a slight drop-off and then a little warm-up. we have lovely weather ahead. great stalking weather if you're looking for keanu reeves or weather to hang out at sfo. >> great weather for the weekend of the. >> your last valentine's day with said person. golden gate sbring one of the most photographed bridges in the word. now one image has gotten the photographer into some serious legal trouble. we'll explain. 7 on your side's michael finney. one of the biggest airs in the world
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>> the internal revenue service has back tracked on whether video game currencies are taxable. this tweak irs quietly removed tax from its ben advised taxpayers in game currency used on video game platforms are taxable. the website had said players of video games like fort night could be subject to taxes similar to how bitcoin is taxed. experts warn, just because the tax is gone, that doesn't mean all video game money will be tax-exem tax-exempt. closeding prices have dropped to the lowest level in a decade. the apparel dropped 1.3% last month. analysts noted consumers aren't buying clothes as much as they used to. factors include more casual work places and the rise of rentable wardrobe services. some retailers noted that unseasonably warm weather put a
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damper on the sales of cold weather clothing. that's where i think half of it is coming from. we could be on the verge of a vinyl record crisis because of a fire. a factory in riverside county went up in flames. it produced what are called lacquers. they're used to make master disks or plates. to make a record, it needs to be stamped with a plate. apollo records described it as being catastrophic. it makes about 80% of the black lacquered disks. >> a lot of big collectors out there. the one possible solution the building a better bay area. start with helping just one family. an oakland man on a mission. a story we first shared with you
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. there are questions over the plan to address the homeless crisis. law schools want more specifyings about -- lawmakers want more specifics about the plan. is the money going to the group selected 20 governor's office
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instead of cities and counties which have traditionally handled it. san francisco has the largest homeless population in the bay area at over 9,700 people. san jose reported nearly 6,200 homeless people. oakland's homeless has topped 4,000. >> and we're bringing attention on people making a difference. last may we first told but a man who opened his hole to help a homeless couple. >> thank you for coming in. >> thank you for having me. >> we have terrance mcgrath, a multimillionaire. he decided he was going to welcome this homeless couple in. and why don't you take story from there. >> he read a column that i wrote on january 3, 2019. he said i don't know why i'm
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emailing you but i want to talk. he had invited them into his house. what he saw was a couple that cared for themselves. that put all their energy to survive on the streets and he wanted to show some compassion to them. >> so you think of this story. first of all, i mean, what a gesture. he didn't have to do this. >> incredible. >> you think they're all set. but this was a bumpy process on both sides. >> yes. because you're taking someone, actually two poor black people. and then moving them into a white neighborhood. some residents reacted in a way that i expected. they called the police. >> repeatedly. >> yes, they did. this was even after terrance told police that this is what i'm doing. so they were well aware. but led the to answer the call of the residents of the. >> so they didn't feel comfortable for a while. has that dissipated? okay. this is situation. we know they're here and
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terrance invited then will in? >> oh, it's great. a neighbor took them should go on. neighbors stop by and talk to them when they see them waiting on the bus. some neighbors even give they will rides going into oakland. so it is. more of a community feeling for them now in that neighborhood. >> one of the things, the assumptions that i made when i was reading the story, okay, they at leaf have housing. now they're going to go get jobs and resuscitate themselves, if you want to pews phrase. this is a peek into the problems of solving the homeless crisis. >> i think what people don't understand is what homeless does to you. mentally and physically. you're thinking, day to day. really, hour to hour about food, about shelter, about surviving people who prey on homeless folks. so you're not really thinking
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like you or i, what am i going to do next month or next year. they're not thinking about 401(k)s. when the idea is brought up, what are you doing, they're still in survival mode. they're not thinking about how i can better myself. >> and also, they're on disability. at least one of the two is on disability. so if you go out and get a job, you lose your disability. if you can't do that job well, you get fired and then you have no money so. it's just this cycle that is hard to break. >> and it is really complex andy wanted to follow their story. i really believe that homelessness, ending homelessness does not end as soon as someone has roof over their head. especially if it was a long time. we need to think about what services we can create once they are housed. >> i thought one of the interesting stories was him saying, a year later, he still really doesn't know how to solve
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this problem of homelessness. he is as perplexed as anybody even after all these experiences. >> and he thinks deeply about this. as a businessman, he thinks it is wholly solvable. now he realizes, it is not just an anxious. there have to be several answers. every situation is different. >> see when is the future going forward? they're going on stay in his house? >> yes. he is committed to helping them with housing the rest of their lives. >> so he's set. >> he said he won't abandon them and i think that's real. here's someone who saw people in need and now he's housing them. if he can do it, how come others can't? >> what else did you learn in the follow-up?
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>> i learned for me it is ball the connection people make with each other. everyone has a name, a history, everyone has a story. and it is really important that we listen to each other. instead of going on pre conceived notions or assumptions. we need really invest time and hearing each other's stories. >> okay. read him in the chronicle. >> appreciate it. the stiff oakland is doing what it can to help build a better bay area. the human services department partnered to host a pop-up care village for homeless residents. they were iginla food, clothing and a place for a shower. they were given haircuts, aid and more. >> the fight
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it's time for a special valentine's day conversation about four at four. we'll begin with this. how did valentine's day actually start? one legend involves a priest
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named valentine. the eeror preferred to have single men in the earl. he there treated himself to a young girl of possibly his jailer's daughter. it is widely held that people began exchanging items of affection from 1840 of the doct20th century. >> it's working. >> i thought it was just the heart. spiring you to do something special for your loved ones. >> we're not stalking keanu reeves. >> you get to eat chocolate on
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valentine's day. >> i gave my wife roses, yesterday, on the 13th. as a surprise. because she might have been expecting something today. >> and today she'll get nothing and like it. >> and probably no surprise. cards are the most commonly exchanged item on valentine's day. the numbers are staggering. according to the greeting card association and hallmark, roughly 145 million valentine's day cards are exchanged each year. this makes valentine's day the year's second largest card sending holiday right behind christmas. >> the thing with cards now, they're pushing up toward $10 a card. >> i came into work the other day. was telling spencer, i was at a checkout stand and it rang out for $8.99 i put it back.
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>> poor john! >> but he's the kind of guy, okay, thanks for recycling. >> it wasn't the best card in the world. i just felter luke warm about it. if i'm going to spend $8.99 for a card, it will be a good card. >> guys are not into cards. it doesn't matter. it just doesn't matter. >> guys are more sentimental. >> you can't speak for all of us. >> okay. we found a man who gave much more than wine or chocolates. after the serenade, stan lou got down on one knee and popped the question. >> i'm in shock. i'm very thrilled, very happy.
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you're such a wonderful person to me. i can't imagine anybody else i would spend the rest of my life with. >> just to express it in person. >> you have to get a little tingly with that. >> they don't have a date yet for the big day. i'm sure they'll work it out later. >> stan is the man. >> really talented, too. he can may key board. >> now it's all on tv. >> this is the four at 4:00. >> yes. just slow on the uptake. >> this is a different type of proposal, compliments of the armed forces of the russian federation. a lieutenant apparently teamed one militar crews to surprise his girlfriend. the soldies formed a heart with their tanks.
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in the middle of. heart, the lieutenant popped the big one and she said yes. okay. different strokes. >> saying i'd better say yes. >> you have to give smim credit. with the military and the orchestration and how many hoops he had to go through to get the tanks. >> she should have said tanks a lot. >> oh, wow! >> and we could have stopped ten seconds earlier and missed that. >> yes. moving on. >> let's say happy valentine's day teufel you. and we mean that. >> we do. >> that's it for f
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front of the grocery stores. they're doing some unusual marketing these days. >> sure. now we have the digital cookie platform. our jonl line sales tools. they can practice email marketing, really key to their 21st digital business 60s that they're learning and we think it is an important part of program. >> everybody is online. that length itself to what this program does in general. this is about getting some good skills. >> yeah. it is the largest girl-led entrepreneur program in the country. it really helps girls focus on learning business ethics, goal setting, money management which is so important to help launch girls into their future careers. >> okay. i want to talk about the places people can buy the cookies. i understand pop shops? >> you're sitting at home saying
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it makes a lot of sense. that's one of the places they're selling cookies? >> it is not an official booth location that girl scout council set up. we prog our girls are total entrepreneurs and this was a super smart entrepreneurial move on their behalf. so brilliant, when it comes down to for booth locations. we trust parents to make the decisions. if they think that's a safe place for their girls to practice their business skills, we're all for it as long as girls are being safe. >> okay. if you want to get expense entire the cookie game -- to get expense entire the cookie game, there is a cookie and wine aspect. >> yes. tomorrow we're hosting our first cookie and wine walk in alameda. we're partnering with three local wineries to offer three tastings pairing with our cookies. >> talk more about how important this is for the girls.
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? every year they sell about stlae$.5 million -- $3.5 million worth of proceeds that go directly to the troop that's fund their outdoor experiences, their summer camp programs, bits helping to teach them self-sufficiency and financial it will r literacy in a way that is super fun. >> and i remember some of the best experiences were the camping trips. i didn't get that opportunity because my family didn't go camping so it gives them some life experience. >> it is really critical for girls who may that family support at home or their families don't like camping. that's where the cookie program was so great. it means parents doenln't have fund their girls' experiences.
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they're doing it themselves. >> i joked with larry. i said every time we have a cookie, we should have some wine. go out and support all your girl scouts out there. >> and that's what spencer was doing. >> thinking about thin mints, a cab and sunshine. >> yeah. i've just discovered one more way to enjoy girl scout cookies. overnight lows will be mainly in the low to mid 40s. tomorrow we'll have some lingering high clouds but most of the bay area will be under sunny skies and milder conditions than we had today. highs will reach about 60 on the coast. mid 60s around the bayshore line. and this evening, valentines evening, after the sun goes down, mainly clear skies. however, in our inland valleys, it will get a bit chilly.
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here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. cooling down a little on sunday under breezy conditions. maybe a sprinkle or two will fall in the northern most part of our viewing area. monday, president's day gets off to a sunny start. and the whole week will be sunny and mild through next friday. nypd thank you. american i'd on is back of the. >> and a bay area contestant told the judges he was nervous. >> calm down. >> are you breathing? >> excited to be here. grateful. thank you so much. >> so now tell us who you are. where you're from. >> i'm francisco martin. i'm from san francisco. >> francisco from francisco. ♪
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♪ >> he's really good. i would say he calmed down very nicely. katy perry impressed with him. you can catch american idol starting this sunday. the two-hour premier is at 8:00. love is in the air and so are feathers. the yearly tradition draws hundreds of people who lovingly whack each other with pillows. it is an unofficial event that has been going on for several years. there's no telling how many people will show up. participants are encouraged to cover their mouths. a question of in the wrong
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place or the wrong time? >> what about when you were up there? taking a picture of the bridge? what if i go to the point to take a picture of the bridge from almost the same angle? >> the photographer taking issue with the golden gate bridge district and where he took it. and coming up at 5:00. pulling out. why facebook is cancelling a big conference in the bay area. plus, follow-up with art theft and the family who lost more than 100 paintings with sentimental value. and why the trump administration wants to deploy armed agents to san francisco. those stories and more when we join you at 5:00.
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othroughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws, to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when
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we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. coming up tonight, be my valentine, charlie brown. at 9:00, a special two-hour 20/20 about the jodi arias case. a bay area photographer is in legal hot water for a picture that he snapped next to the
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water near the iconic golden gate bridge. >> facing legal action by the bridge district. they claimed he trespassed under the span to get the shot. >> it could be the most photographed brink on the planet. ask any tourist. >> so my exposure is 250. >> the photographer said it is his favorite bridge by far. >> i'm a guy that wants to go on the rocks and get an unusual angle. i'm not the only one who's done it. >> but this become the photo shopped image of the blood moon of 2018 got attention of the golden gate bridge district. >> they say it is an illegal angle. >> do you think it was illegal? >> not really, no. >> he just got the cease and desist order from a law if i were representing the brink district which claimed he trespassed into a restricted area underneath panel is to get shot. >> and we actually did get a
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ticket throughout in 2014. >> he admitted he was stopped by police in the sail area last december. >> we're not going to delete your pictures. >> the bridge district is playing hard ball. it is asking for any profits he has made from the picture. >> we do enforce the rules and the law. >> it says no >> but we know that's for the road. >> he said he hasn't sold one of these pictures but says he has no plans to remove it from his website. >> i'm just a nobody. i take pictures. i have fun. >> he is being threatened with prosecution. he maintains he is doing nothing wrong. >> you can see why they would be
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concerned. maybe not just him. you get a dozen people throughout trying get around the fence and in danger and needing to be rescued. >> all right. than
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code case solved. dna on a pillow in a sex assault. the police captain who never gave up. and developing news in san francisco. the mayor now fighting for her job after disclosing close connections in a scandal. the president's new plan to send armed forces to samnctuary cities. and what it would take to drive to the train. the stanford professor who says china future could be at a tipping point. and the stolen artwork that finally makes its way home.


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