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gals who are going out to fan fest, a treat in the weather department, too. >> it does feel like spring training. >> 60s and 70s in february. you still need the jacket this morning, but dress in layers today. you can see some high clouds and how about some 30s around the north bay. we have some very dry air with some chilly temperatures out there this morning. we'll see the gusty winds picking up after 4:00 today. a wind advisory for hill tops around the area, notice the temperatures by noon, 60s everywhere, even san jose getting close to 70 today. tomorrow things looking even warmer. so a warmup for your weekend and some windy conditions coming up the your null forecast. today in san francisco people will gather in union plaza to show their support for egyptians, stability is
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returning after 12 days of anti-government protests. he says he's defendant that the -- however protesters air they will continue to rally until mubarak steps down. tens of thousands of people are in tahrir square. the protests were more peaceful than in recent days. president obama says discussions have begun in egypt to create a temporary government to replace hosni mubarak. much of what's happening in egypt is that people are able to organize. the social media site is transforming into a social change catalyst. t
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the. >> reporter: protesters vowing to wait until egypt's president leaves the country. in the midst of the chaos, a clear sign of the power of digital communication. only one word is written in english. >> what i see when i look at this, i see that, you know, the gratitude of people that can reach across out of their country, out of where they feel oppressed. >> media experts andy smith says the signs translate facebook confirms facebook's global power and reach. >> it's hard in this era for someone to actively and effectively snuff out communications. goggle and twitter join forces to bypass the internet blackouts. >> it's like playing whac-a-mole, you can shut this down and something else comes
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up. >> reporter: with as many a 600 million users worldwide, they have grown so massive that the company is moving its offices. >> to have a successful company, you came to silicon valley and you had an office in palo alto. >> jennifer mckay is launching her own startup. >> i think that we will fulfill a loss when facebook employees aren't walking around downtown palo alto, encouraging that we can change the world just by seeing facebook on their shirts or their jackets. >> and we contact facebook for a response that they are moving to menlo parks. they issued this statement, it reads in part, although the turmoil in egypt is a matter for the egyptian people and their government to resolve, limiting internet access for millions of people is a matter of concern for the global community. a spokesperson for the company
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also added no one should be denied internet access n palo alto, eli alto. >> it happened around 6:30 yesterday evening. at 7:20 or so, a man was shot on the 700 block of west grand avenue which is near the intersection with san pablo avenue. he is in stable condition at a local hospital. then at about 10:30 last night. two men were shot on foothill boulevard near seventh avenue. opd tells us that the shootings are not related and no one is yet under arrest. someone is setting fire to the san francisco's castro district forcing people from their homes and putting neighbors on edge. san francisco police say a fire bug sparked four fires in two days all in the early morning hours. no injuries but we know that 13
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people are scrambling for places to stay because their homes are now unlivable. now pg&e neighbors are wondering where the next blaze might break out. >> i have seen this before about 20 years ago and it brings a lot of that back. it's scary, you can go to sleep at night and not wonder if one of your neighbors or your own place is going to be going up. >> police have stepped up patrols in the area and arson investigators are searching for clues and asking residents to report anything suspicious. one powerful tug of war with bass continuing on as chief. he says it's time to get back to work. the chief will start with the department's radio system which has been troubled for years. >> reporter: oakland radio communication systems a big problem here in the city of oakland.
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the police chief says it's a problem that needs to be dealt with, he says lives are at stake. six officers, a paramedic, responding to a man shot and wounded on brush and west grand in oakland, a new police procedure, officers are working in pairs because of a persistent problem with the police radio system. >> i want to make sure that officers can back each other up and we have an area that's gone to two-person units. >> reporter: recently making that adjustment to assure officer safety. last wednesday police were unable to talk to one another during a high-speed chase that resulted in an officer involved shooting in east oakland and there were more radio problem this is week. >> this is a big city and the communications systems have a huge number of components. >> reporter: radio communication problems are nothing new to oakland. with so many problems including broken down cars, equipment and not enough officers.
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it became an issue when there was talk bass may leave oakland, now that she ehe's committed to staying, he's making the radio system a priority. >> the mayor says the city will get a brand-new state of the art communication system. timetable on that unknown. it will cost $20 million, but it will need ftc approval. in oakland, nbc bay area news. federal investigators are trying to figure out who hacked the nasdaq. the financial news says that the hackers penetrated the financial network three times last year. one interesting thing is that the hackers poked around but didn't appear to have done anything. financial theft and a possible national security threat to damage the exchange could have been the motivating factor. we have much more ahead coming up on "today in the bay."
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today we'll get to the bottom of a central valley canal that harbors dozens of stolen cars and waters bay area crops as well. we'll show you what you can expect from the world series champions, the san franciscohe we're going to take you there.
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good morning to you. taking a live look at some of the art along the embarcadero, and you see the blue skies. some breezy conditions, it may be down right windy later in the day. die hard san francisco giants fans and new fans of the orange and black will get some face time with their favorite giants today. today is fan fest and we go for a sneak peek of what we can expect. ♪ it's no longer a dream for that world series team in this
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new millennium ♪ >> reporter: the magic of the giants world series victory has noah griffin singing. you can bet this lifelong giant fans will be part of fan fest on saturday. it seems like the entire bay area showed up for the giants victory parade. with thousands of fans still excited about the best team in baseball, the fans are turning out for the largest fan fest ever. >> we're anticipating it could be double, 40,000 people, 50,000 people, we just don't know. and obviously we can handle 41,000 plus because we did that throughout the playoffs, we do that for many of our games. >> for the first time at fan fest, the field will be open and that should give people some room to move. it's a free event where players sign autographs and talk baseball. this year the world series trophy will be on display. >> i'm so excited. >> harold and janice stopped by
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the store for a fan fest outfit. bri she'll have lots of company. ♪ >> here's something else to think about, the giants parking lots will be open and free, but they're expected to fill up fast. from baseball on to football, we're just getting started here on "today in the bay." we'll tell you how a small business is taking on a super order just in time for the super bowl. and we'll take a live look at our beautiful conditions this morning. breezy at some of the elevations and even down .warm temperature wathough, we' check with rob in just a few minutes. we've very passionate about nutrition. the way we feed our family is whole milk, the whole grains, the fruits and vegetables.
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good morning to you. take a live look at the bay bridge. can you believe that's going to be gone in a couple of years? let's check your weekend forecast which you will probably be pleased with. it sounds very nice. >> temperature-wise, chris, looking outstanding, we just saw san francisco that will be the site of fan fest later on today. and we do have -- but the winds, now that's going to be something we have to watch. north wind at 6 in napa. we'll see these gusty winds that are already on our hill tops of the you can see some upper 30s afternoon the north bay, around novato heading up near napa and fairfield. 43 current in san jose and 50 degrees around san francisco. there will be warm temperatures
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in the next couple of afternoons, 70s possible in the south bay heading down towards santa cruz and those gusty winds that will be kicking up on our hill tops. wind advisories already issued for the hill tops not north bay. we could get some gusts close to 45 miles an hour as we head into tonight. you may also notice those high clouds that are sitting out there this morning. high pressure is still holding it's ground, storm also steer off to the north and thanks to a weather system that's diving down east of the sierra, you're going to start to see the winds picking up. gusty on our hill top locations, but otherwise pretty nice. tomorrow a little bit warmer and really no sign of any rain in the forecast. high pressure is going to hold its ground over most of the west coast. we'll see some rain heading in from time to time, but dry weather now really through friday, but by late next weekend, we could see a chance
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of rain in the forecast. if you're heading up to the sierra, no chance for rain, but gusty winds, we could see some wind gusts getting above 50 miles an hour. but the temperature is looking a lot more like spring with those highs out towards the weekend. you can see our temperatures near 70 degrees in san jose, so pretty warm today, i think tomorrow is going to be a little bit warmer as those winds kind of turn a little bit warmer offshore. and to the north bay, look at those numbers, lakeport and ukiah, climbing into the 70s for the afternoon. so your seven-day forecast shows unusually warm temperatures for the bay area to wrap up this weekend and then we'll see cooling and possibly a chance of some showers coming in later next weekend. perfect for fan fest today, but look out for those gusty winds. an injured sea turtle fitted with a radio transmitter two years ago owes his life to that
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technology. scientists tracking that turtle showed that he was breathing too sloetly. he had shotgun pellets in his neck, but sea world's staff says he's doing great. >> gradually as he was regaining strength and warming up a little bit, we give him half an hour of day swim time in the pool. once he was able to do that which was just yesterday, he spent half a day in the pool and he started eating for the first time on his own. >> veterinarians are calling his patient bruce because of the bruising he displayed. he will be able to return to the wild by late spring or early summer. super bowl is about 24 hours away still, but already one commercial is a fan favorite. maybe you have seen it. this volkswagen commercial features a tiny darth vader trying to move items using the force. that pint-sized sensation is
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actually a 6-year-old patient at children's hospital in los angeles chs he wassing theed with a congenital heart defect when he was just 1 year old. he beat out hundreds of kids for that job. >> he said cup your hands like this and use it for a sonic. and so i did that. they gave me a little break, like a three minute break. >> his mom says that he does get regular checkups on his pacemaker but otherwise is a completely normal kid. that clip is getting more popular by the day. it already has 7 million page views on youtube. i love how the dog does not cooperate. we're going to take you to the delta mendota canal where the body of julian was found this week. good morning justin allen,
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just ahead in morning sports, we catch up with the giants before today's fan fest. plus the celebs were out today in lainal ds. we'll have some classic adam sandler for you coming up in just a bit. it's really delicious, mom. it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that thing cover-to-cover. loved it. thanks. would you mind if i cut the lawn this weekend? only if you let me talk to your mother on the phone for hours on end. done.
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like hazelnuts, skim milk, and a hint of cocoa. it's quick, easy and something everyone can agree on. ♪ nutella. breakfast never tasted this good. a giant sized reality show, for all the latest in sports, let's check with "today in the bay." >> giants spring training just ten days out which means more time to celebrate before getting to work which thousands will do with the team at today's fan fest. before the festivities began, we caught up with a handful of guys, and the discussion was baseball's version of hard knocks. the giants will be the focus of a tv show on show-time.
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they're calling it a docudrama. >> i think that it's going to be running a great way and it's just gotting to just like anything else, we're not worried about having a couple extra cameras around or whatnot. we're just going to go out and do our business like any other time. >> meanwhile the gm brian saban were -- both their options for 2012. that means saban will be with the club for 16 seasons, he's the longest tenured general manager in baseball. a couple former as who have struggled with injuries, justin dukeshire signed a deal with the baltimore orioles and eric chavez will now be sporting pinstri pinstripes. he signed a minor league deal
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with the new york yankees. he tried out for a few teams including the dodgers and blue jays. he has played in only 64 games since 2008. the steelers and packers are more than ready to get super bowl xxxxv underway. the top story of the day, steelers center marquise pouncy has been officially ruled out. the pro bowl center had been tried to overcome an ankle pack. he and his counterpart ben roethlisberger are full of complements. well despite the cold temperatures, the celebs have made their way to the big d in dallas. this was the scene including adam sandler, his weekend plans are set and in answer to the
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question, you know you're not going to get your typical response. >> we're going to eat at. maybe a couple of snow angels. larry the cable guy is going to watch. >> and game day predictions? >> i got to go vikings. >> i got to go knicks. >> and that's it for more in sports, have a great saturday. when it comes to super bowl sunday, one south bay restaurant plans to wing it in a big way. wing stop is already filling orders placed last month for thousands of wings. tomorrow they plan on turning out 500 wings every ten minutes. you think your kitchen's busy during the game? the staff says their kitchen is exhausting. >> super bowl is the biggest day of the year. on one side i wish it happened more frequently, but then again, going through it each time just wears us out and it takes about a year to get back in shape for the next one.
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>> they will be so busy he suggests that if you want wings, you call in your order two hours in advance. >> workers at one merchandise company are not exactly waiting to find out who wins the super bowl, they win either way. they have been making products for the big game in lexington, kentucky. huntington manufacturing has already shipped out thousands of orders for people who want to commemorate the super bowl with drinking cups. >> once the game the determined, most of our crew comes in at midnight and then we'll work, the first shift we'll run a 12-hour shift, midnight through noon the next day putting as many logos on these products as we possibly can. >> from a business standpoint, hunter manufacturing might be rooting toward pittsburgh winning the big game because it is believed that pittsburgh steelers merchandise will be a better sell. much more ahead on "today in
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the bay". garvin thomas goes deep into the central valley canal where the body of julian catenes was found last week. and what's reportedly being done in egypt to usher in a new government.
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good morning to you, take a live look from along the embarcadero, blue skies and those pretty little clouds that make for a gorgeous sunrise. it is now 7:30. and you're looking very sunshiny today. >> we're talking about fan fest, we got baseball like weather around the bay area today. one little issue, the gusty winds we'll be watching picking
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up for the afternoon. we got 50 right now in san franciscas we look at the winds there from san bruno mountain, you can see the camera bouncing around a little bit. a late start starting at 4:00 p.m. today for elevations genera ly above 1,000 feet. you saw the high clouds there and that live picture around san francisco, no rain today, cool start to your morning, but a pretty pleasant finish except for those gusty winds, highs today in the 60s and 70s tomorrow and we get even warmer in a few spots around the bay area. >> by the way, happy weather person's day. >> thank you. this afternoon in san francisco, supporters of egypt will rally at u.n. plaza. meanwhile in cairo protests are already gathered and that rally is mostly peaceful this morning. the egyptian military is trying to get protesters to remove
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barriers. it will not use force against the demonstrators. they say they will not leave until president hosni mubarak steps down. meanwhile protesters are keeping the peace among themselves. one group stopped a robbery attempt at the country's nay mouse egyptian museum. they recovered two artifacts stolen from the museum and returned them to the egyptian army. the well could go dry for a popular bar in emeryville this after a massive brawl overnight. nearly 200 people spilled into the streets outside the kiddy bar. emmiville pd showed up to find the giant crowd fighting and called for a backup from three other agencies and it took more than 30 officers to stop the
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melee. three officers were assaulted. emmiville's police chief is talking about having the -- while the grim reality sets in that 4-year-old juliani cardenas was in fact the body pulled from the canal this weekend, there's other questions. why were there so many cars pulled from those murky waters. >> the delta mendota canal is -- the people of tracey rely on the canal for drinking water and thousands of farmers use it to keep their crops alive. all facts you may not have known about the canal. though one fact we do know. we learn from watching tv these past weeks. >> so far they have pulled out
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nine cars. >> the canal is a dumping ground for cars. as divers searched for the vehicle they thought would contain juliani cardenas, they pulled up car after truck after car, 17 in all. as a number that surprised many people but not local cops. >> no, not really. >> eric parsons is with chp, he says access is wide open along the length of the canal, no fences, no barriers and nothing to stop cars from driving to it or being dumped in it. >> our task force is aware of it and they try to keep an eye on it but there's so much access. >> the canal runs right through an area with some of the highest car thefts in it country. three of the nation's top then cities for car theft are within
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90 miles away. so just how many cars are there under the surface? >> on a yearly basis, they pull between 50 and 75 cars out. >> pete losaro is with the u.s. bureau of reclamation. he says a tow truck company regularly drags the canal looking for cars. but the current is normally too strong to pull cars out. only when the water level is dropped as it was during the search can they get in there u reaching cars. some of which have been down there for years. which does raise the question of pollution. the water delivered to farmers is not filtered and the oil and gas from those cars does end up on crops. is it anything we should be worried about? >> it's a kind of a saying in
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the field where delusion is the solution to pollution. i would say that while we're using essentially raw water from the reservoir to feed the crops, there's such a small, small percentage of pollutants within that water based upon the testing that we have done. >> while that may be a solution to the pollution, no one seems to have any idea how they'll keep cars out of this canal in the future. >> and that was garvin thomas reporting. while the water that is used in agriculture is not filtered, the 5% of the canal water that does end up as drinking water used in tracey is filtered. the crews did canal maintenance about ten years ago or so. they drained all of the water and they discovered 200 cars. every week there seems to be a new list. this morning the not so golden state california is home to eight of the 20 worst places to
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live according to a new list by "forbes" magazine. here's a look at the top five of the most miserable cities list, based on violent crime rate, employment. vallejo is the only bay area city to make the loois at nine because it's rising unemployment rate and cuts the city services. fresno's salinas and bakersfield are in the top 20. president obama addresses the nation. that's coming i i'm kris sanchez, you're watching "today in the bay." happybaby strives to make the best organic baby food. in a business like ours, personal connections are so important. we use our american express open gold card to further those connections.
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let's take a live look from
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along the embarcadero. there's folks enjoying the beautiful weather we're having today. a chance of rain in maybe a week or so. in this week's address, president obama talks about the teetering economy and the mixed financial news by saying america can prosper and win the future by supporting innovation, education and infrastructure. >> we have got to grow jobs faster and forge a stronger, more competitive economy. we have got to shore up our budget and bring down our deficits. we have got to keep our people safe and see to it that the american dream remains vibrant and alive for our children and our grandchildren. these are challenges i believe we can meet, and i believe we can do it in a way worthy of those who sent us here to serve. so as business resumes, i look forward to working together in that same spirit of common cause with members of congress from
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both parties because before we are democrats or republicans, we are americans. >> okay, also today, no injuries or deaths in an explosion in northwestern montana. fortunately no one was home when ann explosion destroyed a house in this neighborhood in montana. firms say that the force of the explosion levelled the house early friday morning. neighbors over a mile away say they heard the blast that sent debris from that home to surrounding trees. the cause of the blaze remains under investigation. the firefighters say it appears to be some sort of gas explosion. crews are still in cleanup mode as a cyclone ripped through down under. winds of up to 170 miles an hour. more than seven inches of rain fell within a few hours in melbourne and wind gusts of up to 80 miles an hour knocked down trees. australia's state emergency
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service said that more than 84 people were rescued from flooded cars and homes. villagers who live near thail d thailand's border with cambodia went to bomb shelters as middle range arrest tilly could be heard in the region. the latest flare-up in the long running feud in the land claimed by both sides. two soldiers were killed in the two-hour battle and residents said they could not take any chances. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, how grasshoppers are popping up in a bay area eatery on the menu. want to find out where? coming up. and here's a beautiful view of san jose this morning, notice some high clouds out there, not too windy right now, but that's about to change. along with some warmer temperaturesfoyour weekend n thy foe yo d plans, your forecast is coming up next. et.
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take a live look, it is a breezy start to your saturday morning. so hold your hat as you head out to giants fan fest. and the forecast is also very warm as well? >> it does feel like spring training even around the bay area. a little bit cool, but by the afternoon, we're talking 60s to even low 70s outside. right now san jose not so windy, 43 degrees, as we show you oakland, you can see some hazy skies as well. 43 as well. some wind back over to san francisco. the camera at that elevation bouncing around from some of those winds, 50 degrees in san francisco, up our way to highs that should reach to mid 60s for the afternoon. the item to watch, for our hill tops, the gusty winds starting up right around mid afternoon, this is going to be a wind advisory for mainly elevations above 1,000 feet that should take us into tomorrow morning with those gusty conditions.
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mostly 40s outside, turning breezy through the day, look at those temperatures, 60s and 70s for highs. you also might notice we have high clouds drifting on through, not much fog out there this morning. high pressure is holding its ground, so not only will we see windy conditions on the east side of the seierra, we will start to see temperatures running ten or 15 degrees above where they should be for this time of year, so we're talking mid 60s and low 70s for the weekend and the long-term path for these storms through at least thursday and friday will continue to steer on off to the north so we'll see dry conditions probably through the better part of next week. gusty winds as well, especially in the ridge tops, gusties getting up 50 miles an hour, those temperatures looking pretty outstanding, we'll call it early strong sunshine, a nice
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65 degrees for fan fest in san francisco, and look at santa rose sarks you get those warm temperatures for those valleys around the north bay as the air drops in elevation. there you see them, some 70s there on the board as we go through the end of the weekend and as we get back to the workweek we'll see some cools as high pressure weakens and we'll see a few extra clouds filling on in towards next friday. >> you're a happy weather person. i didn't know such a thing existed. >> it's february 5, 1745. it was john jeffreys, a boston physician and part-time meteorologist. it marks his birthday. >> very good forecast. much more ahead on "today in the bay," coming up, grasshoppers and tacos, how one
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san francisco restaurant is adding a unique french to its which zone. >> there's lots to do "today in the bay." the 18 9 annual knbr giants fan fest the taking the field at at&t park. you're going to be able to walk that field, you sit in the dugout, you hang out with the giants players and coaches. even more fans going to head there this year. admission is free. and so is the parking in lot a, but the giants are taking donations for their community funds. happy new year, it's officially the year of the rabbit and you can celebrate in style from 11:00 to 3:00. you're going to be able to check out the lunar new year's celebration. admission there is free as well. that's a little of what's goingv n e bay aou yureav
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hope you're enjoining a nice, warm cup of coffee this morning. a beautiful start to the day in san francisco. we check the cameras in san jose, gorgeous start there as well. the bay area is a melting pot of different cultures, each with it's own distinct food. but as today in the bay shows us, one san francisco restaurant is literally crawling with flavor. >> san francisco's mission district is flush with culture, every direction filled with the flavors of latino culture. inside the doors of this restaurant, harry serves up traditional delicacies. but this one dish on the menu that seems to have the jump on
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the others. >> this is the grass hopper. >> reporter: the outside world may think of grass hoppers as insects, here they're an ingredient. >> it's something that's very unique and you can't find it in any other restaurant. >> reporter: for the last couple of years, the restaurant has served up grass hopper tacos and toa tostada. >> it's saucy and we have some chili. it's like dried shrimp. >> some mexican regions eat grass hoppers for their high protein and vitamins. >> this is what they look like. >> whoa. >> reporter: some customers taste it just to say they did. >> for them it's like a fear factor food. >> oh, god. >> reporter: it's a unique dish, not for the feint of heart.
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>> it's good if you don't think about it. >> i'm not crazy about the legs, but super tasty. >> and for those who might want to take things up a notch, the menu also includes fried tarantulas if they're in season. grass hoppers are considered aphrodisiacs. and in this mission district restaurant, they may be exotic to some, for others they're simply the taste of home. >> i am a proud mexican but i'm not eating that. everything else looks very good. it is that romantic time of year, flowers and chocolates and valentines, apparently also grass hoppers. if you carry around a smart phone, you can have the holiday at your fingertips. >> and we will get to that story in just a little bit. also, tonight show host jay leno
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has another accolade to add to his mantle. last night he was honored as the hasty pudding man of the year, that's what those crazy harvard kids do. the comedian who's also a native of massachusetts was selected because of his long career, there's been lots of other high profile actors who have been lampooned and roasted by the drama club there. julian moore took the woman of the year last year. we have much more ahead for you right here on today in the day. coming up, need another reason to watch the super bowls? the black-eyed peas are ready to rock the halftime show. [ son ] my parents always lived in the states,
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tomorrow the black-eyed peas might be thinking tonight's going to be a good night. >> this is a very special thing, for all of us. we're talking about it's an unofficial holiday for americans and it really is.
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sich sunday football is a serious day in our homes. >> it's church and football on sundays. more than 100,000 people are expected to be inside cowboys stadium in arlington, texas, more than 100 million people will watch it as we do from the outside on tv. other super bowl performers include the who, bruce springsteen. let's ask our nbc pet guru how to enharrison our value less than -- >> iphone users can tap into that with the 99 cent build a card cupid edition. you know build and share custom made valentines day cards by e-mail, facebook and even twitter. you can embed photos from your cam remarks your photo album or even your facebook account to create a memorable valentine's card for your loved ones. way easy cool.
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droid users can download the kiss my valentine app, it's free if you order it before february 14th. the app keeps track of gift lists, it reminds you to shop, tends text togs and kisses and includes an l.e.d. strobe light function so you can party like it's valentine's day every day. you can create an e-mail with a digitally framed note toe of yourself, share the joy and the excitement with your friends and family by sharing a photo of you as a couple. okay, you're curious now, would you like to learn more? i have made i easy for you, go to my pcmike. i have built in links to everything you just saw. all right, so you go
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high-tech or low tech with valentine's day? >> still low tech. got to make the restaurant reservations and all the other things that you need to take care of there, but not on the computer. big outdoor event today, fantastic weather in san francisco. 50, a little gusty outside. we're going to see more of those winds in our hill top locations. wind advisories, look at the temperatures, 60s to near 70 today, so, yes, it is spring training around the bay area for your weekend, a little bit warmer tomorrow, less wind heading into monday and we should stay dry through thursday and friday, but next sunday could see some showers, but not getting in the way of fan fest today. >> hopefully you get in on some of that free parking though they are accepting donations for their community group, their community organizations, so make a donation if you can afford to do that. thank you for joining us on this saturday morning, we have more
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