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cargo jets, one brought 177 we all have progressive plans to address people to travis air force base last night. we've just learned moments ago the big challenges facing our country.beenking that some of those passengers for ten years outside of washington, are infected and now at to end the corporate takeover of our democracy, hospitals near the base. jodi hernandez joins us from and to return power to the american people. fairfield with the very latest. the numbers just keep changing. i started need to impeach do we know how many people were to hold this lawless president accountable. taken to the hospital? i'm proposing big reforms like term limits... >> reporter: jessica, we just learned four of those people who ...a national referendum... tested positive have been taken ...and ending corporate money in politics. to local hospitals near travis as president, i'll declare climate change air force base, others to omaha, an emergency on day 1. and, use those powers nebraska. i also talked to another to finally address the climate crisis. passenger who was aboard that and, i've spent 30 years building a successful cruiseship. he's from the bay area. he's not infected with international business. so, i can take on donald trump on the economy - coronavirus but sure has one story to tell.15-day and beat him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message - because there is nothing more powerful cruise would take such an than the unified voice of the american people. unexpected turn. they learned the ship had been
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hit with the coronavirus outbreak. >> an adventure that wasn't on the princess brochure. >> reporter: they say they had plenty of food, drink, and television to keep them comfortable as they underwent frequent medical checks. >> we had 200 medical staff onboard every day and they were in full hazmat outfits doing random checks. >> reporter: they learned nearly 400 americans onboard would be evacuated back to the u.s. the sabres found themselves aboard a cargo plane closely monitored. seven people on their flight had tested positive and were kept isolated from the rest. tomorrow moms for housing will be recognized for drawing >> they were on an isolated attention to our housing crisis. section. >> reporter: the sabers' plane the activists will receive the landed in texas early this honor at the oakland city morning. council a vacant house in west staying upbeat. >> our mind-set is very positive
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oakland and refused to leave. and we're just going to go through it and will come out the the group was arrested for other side and have a whale of a obstructing eviction. prosecutors eventually dropped the charges. the city stepped in and helped good it'tale to share. negotiate an agreement to sell the home to the moms from the >> reporter: that bay area couple is looking forward to property owners. the battle also inspired a coming home to novato. proposed ordinance that would they'll be in quarantine another 14 more days along with the help keep renters in their home when their building is sold. other cruise ship passengers city councilmembers say the moms being kept in texas and here at showed how organizing can create travis air force base. change. >> amazon's founder and ceo is reporting live, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. putting significant money behind his effort to fight climate >> thank you, jodi. change. in an instagram post today jeff the coronavirus is starting to hit some companies bottom lines. bezos pledged $10 billion to launch an earth fund. apple says it won't meet its projected sales. the fund will issue grants to that's because it temporarily cut production in china due to scientists and other causes. the outbreak. he says it will take actions by a lot of the stores in china are closed. apple says it has reopened its everyone and individuals to save the planet. manufacturing facilities and production is slowly ramping up. he expects to start issui s1-y as the sun sets they're just named baby. it's been adopted after being now wrapping up the search. they'll start again tomorrow. rescue crews looking for this dus but the dog last week. palo alto couple who disappeared someone dumped baby outside the
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friday in marin county. as we first reported carol palo alto shelter with major injuries. people say it's the worst case kiparsky and ian irwin were last of animal abuse they've ever seen. seen at a vacation rental home now a san francisco man happily in the inverness community. adopted him. the new owner started an instagram account for the dog to robert handa joins us live near document his new life. that command center. very few pregnant women have robert? >> reporter: we're just off inverness way down the road from where the couple was last seen. healthy hearts. a study looked at 1,000 expectant mothers. search teams really pulled out researchers monitored seven key areas including diet, weight, all stops today. >> we haven't figured out when we're going to stop if we don't cholesterol and blood pressure. have any further leads that 5% had high cardiovascular comes from that. health. most considered moderate and 35 were considered poor. >> reporter: there are search medical experts say the women's teams, coordinators say 138 unborn babies could also be at people from about half a dozen risk. bay area agencies up next at 6:30, feeling the combing theep using burn in the bay area. every possible resource from 10,000 people including a well-known bay area actor who search dogs to horses.the searc came out to see senator sanders. and getting rid of party around the rental home to a houses, a move to crack down on short-term rentals. two-mile radius around it obama: he's been a leader
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looking into the crevices, trails, roads, and even sewage drains all based on family members saying 77-year-old carol kiparsky and 72-year-old ian irwin liked to take walks though they were not seen leaving the cabin and not prepared for a hike. >> so we're trying to rule out today that they could be lost in the surrounding area. this is not an area in my 40 throughout the country for the past twelve years, years of doing search and rescue mr. michael bloomberg is here. we've had missing persons. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws, >> reporter: any strategy to think they may be victims of to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help foul play? >> we have no reason to believe teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in acknowledges there is some concerns because some of the old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when personal belongings left behind included their wallet, hiking we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. gear, and their vehicle. now he says that the search will resume possibly in a more bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. limited way tuesday morning. live in inverness, robert handa,
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nbc bay area news. the race for city council getting ugly. a teacher wants one of the candidates to not only drop out of the race but resign from his current position on the school board. she claims she had a frightening encounter with the candidate and is trying to send her story to every voter in the district. david trujillo with the story. >> reporter: this mailer paints a picture of jim zito as a man who intimidates allies tell me this is just another smear campaign by some of san jose's union. the letter is written by a third grade teacher. she says she spoke out at a school board meeting about classroom needs. after the meeting she says board member jim zito confronted her.
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>> i felt extremely uncomfortable and threatened. i never had before that somebody getting in my face that angry about something i had said. it was scary. >> reporter: the teachers union president told me he witnessed the incident and claimed women intimidation is a pat earp for zito. bonnie mace sits on the school board with zito and is a volunteer in his city council race. she says she's never seen him be right now at 6:30, bernie disrespectful to anyone. she calls it a union hit job. sanders taking over richmond, the mailer was paid for by the rallying his supporters. san jose police officers association. from sky ranger you see thousands waiting for hours, >> this is union poli.>> report down the street and alongside the pavilion. sends out its own mailer that march 3rd primary is right highlight i around the corner. highlighting allegations from >> today's rally in richmond had his ex-wife. she contends her confrontation a little bit of everything,
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shows a pattern against women hollywood star, politicians, but mace says she's a member of even some protesters. the board for the teachers union and claims the unions are afraid of losing some of their melissa colorado joins us with influence in city government if details. lots going on. zito wins b. >> reporter: as soon as we stepped foot in the room you could feel the nerg and >> i think he should resign. excitement. people do not wait in lines hours and hours for a candidate >> reporter: you may be they're not passionate about. wondering why he didn't speak some insight into who bernie for himself. he's spending time with his daughter who leaves town sanders considering his biggest threat on super tuesday and it's tonight. in a late email he said these not mayor pete buttigieg. accusations are all a it's the guy whose face you've fabrication by the union. seen on all those tv ads, live in san jose, i'm damian billionaire mike bloomberg. trujillo, nbc bay area news. >> take a look at this crowd today and tell me we can't win making it in the bay. the election. we're trying to find solutions to the bay area's housing >> reporter: some 10,000 crisis. supporters packed the pavilion tonight a startup in small to see the self-described apartments and condos. if you don't have closet space, democratic socialist rally the base. no worries. >> i am proud we are a campaign how about your ceiling space. of the working class, by the they're trying this. bumblebee space is trying to working class and for the help people who live in small working class.
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spaces -- look how that just >> reporter: from santa rosa to drops down there. san carlos, supporters came from bumblebee takes your bed, your all parts of the bay area wa books, and even your clothes and puts it in your ceiling. waiting for hours. it all kind of hides away. >> he has the youth behind him more than any other candidate. you call for it from your smartphone and your shelves -- >> reporter: he brought along his little sister, too young to you see scott budman -- coming vote but old enough to get her right down. first dose of politics. >> the walls and floors so you and he brought something else, too. can live comfortably and yet all >> i brought my ballot with me. your stuff is there. >> reporter: the crowd roared with the same excitement when >> it looks so stylish. progressive san francisco they are designing for studio district attorney waved to the crowd as when san francisco apartments. as part of our series a look at native and actor danny glover came out to introduce sanders. our sky high housing prices. what can you oer cities where b but not everyone was there to people are moving to. feel the burn. some tried to steal the today skut budman is taking a spotlight like these people quickly escorted out by look at the real estate market security. and compare that to other sanders accused billionaire places, scott. >> we got a lot of response when we did this last week. rival michael bloomberg of trying to buy the election. some of it, wow, this is interesting. >> he does not have a right to buy the presidency.
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we have new cities, same price changes and we'll start at $600 >> reporter: all right. so what do the latest polls thousand and we'll start in concord this time. indicate? the latest uc berkeley and los angeles time poll released last some true california love right there. month has sanders leading the it's painted yellow. this is a four bedroom, two democratic field here in bathroom house, 1,200 square california with 26%. feet of space inside near a park, new floors, lots of support for elizabeth warren at 20%. that's the latest in richmond. shopping. we picked two cities that have i'm melissa colorado, nbc bay been popular with bay area people looking for an area news. other presidential hopefuls alternative. let's start first in boise, idaho. for $600,000, you get a lot. are courting voters in nevada. former new york mayor mike this offers up 2,200 square feet bloomberg is hoping to shake up of space, four bedrooms, three the race and has an opportunity bathrooms inside, a fireplace. to make his debate debut in las they call this the spruce model. vegas. today most of the candidates phoenix, arizona, for $600k, took time on the campaign trail to attack bloomberg and that includes joe biden. 1,800 square feet of space. >> $60 billion can buy you a lot this was built in 1926 and was of advertising. it can't erase your record. recently redone, renovated with a brand-new pool. >> now it's still unknown if bloomberg will qualify to appear we're going to do this all at wednesday's debate in las vegas.
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weeklong, scott mcgrew checks in he needs to reach 10% of voter and i'll be back at 6:00 to support and one more poll by compare $800,000 homes here in midnight tomorrow. our political analyst larry the bay area and the two other cities. back to you. >> with a pool, huh? all right. the bay area housing crisis is gerston joins us no finding unique ways to live here people can decide which democrat to vote for. including $1,200 for a sleeping >> absolutely. you can learn and make your own pod. you can watch that story on our choices with information that you might not have had. website right now. interestingly enough in nevada up next here at 6:00, clawed their caucus system is working different. they have an absentee caucus voting. but survives. a mountain lion attack at a as we've seen, ranked choice, up popular hiking trail in the to the first five, turn in your south bay. ballot and then on caucus day >> san francisco, the newest video we found of, yes, keanu they wind up moving your ballot around. >> instead of the people like in iowa. reeves shooting the new "matrix" movie. lots of sunshine, mild >> and they say that will increase participation. temperatures today. mostly clear skies. >> target number one across the. how big a breaker is it for him what's up for tomorrow and how warm it'll be. to go to the debates since he's obama: he's been a leader done this well so far by
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spending $400 million on ads? >> it has to happen because, look, he's now spent over $400 million. $45 million in california. bernie sanders spent $5 million. bernie sanders has 80 people. bloomberg will have 800 by the end of the month. you can't just spend money. at some point you have to put yourself out there. people want to see how does this person perform? tweet by tweet and money is not enough. >> we want to see him as well. we're interesting how he performs on the debate stage. throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. when we see a bernie sanders vo: leadership in action. rally it's similar to a donald mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together trump rally. in the fight for gun safety laws, it's that same energy and to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help passion. they get people excited. teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. >> a lot of people are just wrapped around sanders. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when
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he has a tremendous program we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. going. no one gets close to it. because you're the best or you bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. get the most, is that enough? you heard from melissa he has 26% in california. that's about what he has nationally. well, that means 74% are going some place else. whatever you want to say, we want to give him his due. he's a long way from getting that nomination especially since some people think that progressive wing tops out at 35%, 40%. coming up does biden have the most to lose because of the poor performance he's had leading up to this stage? >> biden has the most to lose. biden has the most to win. >> okay. while the middle-class continues to struggle. that's what happens when billionaires are able >> for him, this caucus is more to control the political system. important than anything. our campaign is funded it's more important than by the working people of this country, anything else. and those are the people that i will represent. where is he going? no more tax breaks for billionaires. is it a temporary slide? we are going to guarantee health care to all people and create up to 20 million good can he come out with first or second? he's not out of this thing.
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paying jobs to save this planet. people write people off so i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message quickly in this game. because we need an economy that works for all of us, only 2% have been selected. not just wealthy campaign contributors. and so we just have to wait it out until you get to super tuesday. now a third of the delegates will be selected in the largest portion in california. if biden can hold on tomorrow and the debates wednesday and saturday and go into south carolina where he's favored, he's right in the race. >> we want super tuesday tomorrow. >> not soon enough for me. >> it is a moving landscape, a popular park in the south bay is still shut down because larry. this wednesday nbc news of a mountain lion you see here hosts that debate we've been talking about. in this trail photo. you can join lester holt and chuck todd for the two-hour that's the big cat rangers debate beginning at 6:00. believe attacked a girl yesterday. they're trying to track down >> president trump making a rare visit in california tomorrow. the president will be in los this mountain lion. angeles. among the items on his agenda a the latest on this search. marianne? meeting with the 2028 l.a. olympic committee.
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>> reporter: raj, this morning's and a fundraiser in beverly search began at 6:00 and right hills. now game wardens along with specially trained dogs are still out here looking for that then on wednesday in rancho mountain lion. fortunately the 6-year-old girl mirage near palm springs and attacked will be okay after the will visit bakersfield to talk mountain lion pounced on her to farmers about water rights leg. and issues. rangers suspect this mountain the president will sign a bill lion caught on camera by trail that covers the pumps that draw water from the san francisco bay surveillance just before 5:00 this morning is the same one delta. environmentalists are concerned that pounced on a 6-year-old the bill and endangered salmon girl sunday. and smelts. the coronavirus, new numbers >> the mountain lion came out of on the virus show the outbreak the bushes and grabbed her calf. may be easing up. >> reporter: fortunately a according to china the spread of the virus is slowing, again, ouain lion in the ribs until it roff. a nearb according to china. officials aren't sure what to make of that information yet saying it's too early to know for sure what the numbers mean. received tetanus and rabies other viruses like the flu are still more deadly and most of shots. >> we're closed today. the people infected survive the >> reporter: it remains closed coronavirus. while wardens use specially
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trained dogs to search for the mountain lion. marie was disappointed not to >> it increases the older you are. hike today but aprechts the >> around 72,000 people worldwe are infected with the warning. >> take all the precautions coronavirus and nearly 1,800 have died. making ourselves appear big and cracking down on party trying to fight it off. houses. this comes after five people >> reporter: this is the first were shot and killed during a mountain lion attack on a person party at a rented airbnb in at the preserve. they plan to shoot it with a orinda last halloween. today steve glazer introduced a tranquilizer gun and confirm if it's the one that attacked the girl by matching dna with the bill to homeowners who disregard cat to dna from the victim's the bans. the bill would allow cities to clothing. fine homeowners $5,000 if they if the mountain lion is found and there is a dna match it's violate rental laws. the current fine is $1,000. likely fish and wildlife will senator glazer says that's not enough. euthanize the animal. if they don't find the mountain lion they will be back out here >> we have some bad apples that search again tomorrow which have appeared and no better means rancho san antonio will be closed for yet another day. example than what happened here in orinda. >> orinda has since passed an reporting live, i'm marianne ordinance requiring longer
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favro. stays. up glass. the reason the price of wine is expected to drop. rapper posted on instagram fighting climate change along with several photographs. in the post he says he'll miss giving his nephew hugs and kisses and that he pishs he had been there to protect them. this man is said to have shot his ex-girlfriend and their son before shooting himself. it happened near six flags. police have yet to publicly identify the victims. a mangled nissan is what's left after the driver of that car smashed into the back of a chp patrol car early saturday morni morning. the two officers noticed the nissan approaching from behind fast. the nissan ended up rear-ending the patrol car at over 100 miles an hour. chp says he had been drinking and was arrested.
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thieves might be looking to steal your cad ltalytic convert. san mateo police say the number of thefts are up. they think it's because the price of scrap metal is getting higher and it contains recyclable material. they were banned to stop the spread of aids. isn't just about polar bears. now a san francisco supervisor we're fighting for our lives, says it's time to bring back we're fighting for clean air and clean water. bathhouses. he wants to remove regulations that's why i wrote the law to that prohibit private rooms at send billions from polluters to communities suffering the most. bathhouses and require them to and only one candidate for president was with us back then, monitor sexual activity. tom steyer. the spread of hiv/aids slowed to and he's still fighting for us, 200 new case as year. there's mixed reaction to this pledging to make clean air and clean water a right for everyone, proposal even in his own regardless of your zip code. district. that's the truth. that's tom steyer. >> i think those should be i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. lifted. >> it reminds me when we weren't allowed to donate blood, and i think it needs to be changed. >> i don't think that they should start that again.
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>> reporter: because? >> that's when the aids epidemic happened and all my friends are dead. >> now if the legislation passes it's a perfect storm for it would cryer bathhouses to wine drinkers, a combination of make available safe sex supplies trends is making wine prices the lowest in five years. northern california has more grapes than it knows what to do and education materials. >> pier one is filing for with, and that's driving prices down. a report on the state of the bankruptcy. the store announced it plans to business says four years ago vineyard owners used some new close more than 400 locations techniques to plant thousands of new acres. including 11 in the bay area. the texas-based retailer is the vineyards are just now seeing great results create that looking to sell to a buyer that go glut of grapes. at a 25-year could revive the brand. several potal have low. already stepped forward. until then, it will continue to run in normal fashion. apparently many minimllennials. there is a new affordable iphone headed your way. remember apple skipped the iphone 9 and went straight to >> have you spotted reeves? on the set of "the matrix 4." the x. tech watchers say the new phone coming out in march may be lots of fans have been hanging called the iphone 9, user
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around the city. friendly but with a different camera. analysts predict it won't be as big as the 11 or as many bells look, he's wearing the long and whistles. black coat. it will start at $499 which is it's the long black coat. >> is neo the name of the less than you're paying for the character? >> yes. 11. you have the 11, right? >> jeff might. i don't. >> no. >> i feel you're the 11 type. and this is not sandra bullock? >> i think we have the 8 or 9. >> not speed 4. the matrix 4. >> i'm behind. >> he's been in town for a long time. >> this is winter break for a lot of school kids in the bay area. it feels like spring break. >> it's so incredible outside. >> there has to be a scene for the sunny skies, san jose with broadcasters in which we could worm our way into. >> you two, myself. 63 degrees. we would be good. we'll talk about a shower chance this week and also the pollen keanu, given us a call. and what's blooming right now. we've been trying that for months. let's get you started on the coronavirus concerns have monday forecast for the evening you rethinking travel plans? and right into tomorrow. hopefully you had a great day making changes could be tougher than you expect. off if you did n to work, i'm coronavirus, nbc bay area responds next. obama: he's been a leader weather was incredible. a live view looking right back towards concord and also pleasant hill. does have a few high clouds but other than that it's a spectacular night if you're
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going to take advantage of having the day off, maybe you're heading outside to have dinner. a good night for that. throughout the country for the past twelve years, 67 degrees in walnut creek. mr. michael bloomberg is here. we're down to 53 and we do have vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together more of those clouds moving in. i do not expect big fog for in the fight for gun safety laws, tomorrow morning. 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 you can see it's looking really nice. by the afternoon a little bit old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. more of some clouds moving in. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. 10 to even 20 degrees above average. 71 in morgan hill. 70 san jose and you get some 60s as you get closer to the bay and also right there in san francisco. so this has been amazing but we all know in february we should have pretty strong storms and they're not moving in.
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look at our rain season from 4 to over 8 inches behind. coming up in 25 minutes i'll show you a storm system that will not solve our problems but could bring showers to help out. we'll talk about the seven-day forecast. up next, recovering and now adopted. really good news. an update on the dog found abused and abandoned on the peninsula. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president nbc bay area responds told a milpitas family that's supposed fob in asia right now.
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>> they canceled the trip due to the coronavirus and wanted their money back. they contacted our consumer investigator chris chmura. this is something a lot of families are going through. >> we're hearing from lots of families. we are handling questions from airline and cruise passengers about everything essentially related to coronavirus and traveling. one of those folks who expected to visit but he decided it was just too risky to go. >> i was afraid in quarantine for two weeks. >> you're afraid of getting stuck over there. isthe white house. n >> absolutely. >> coming up tonight at 11:00, the unexpected result when he asked for a refund. we'll delve into trip insurance and whether it covers coronavirus plus why one consumer group wants regulators to scrutinize how travel click the menu at the top.
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i recently went shopping for travel insurance. we have a very telling price comparison. >> you've talked a lot about travel insurance. >> i think we need to take an even closer look down the road. tonight, tune in. it's apples and oranges or apples and apples. >> i never get it for myself but i get it for my kids because i don't think they're going to get the flight or miss it or something. >> do you read the policy? no. >> we'll see you at 11:00. >> i read most of it. i need to read all of it. >> see you at 11:00. credit scores rank high on the list of important numbers in her you'll get banks decide factoring in what's called trended data that means if mon you'll pay. is well above normal you're in the clear. here is where the change gets you, though. >> your debt is creeping up. you're starting to fall behind on your bills. trended data is going to
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penalize somebody like that. >> the best way to avoid a hit from the change, pay all your bills on time. >> that would be something. jeff ranieri back with us. >> everyone getting ready for the workweek. what have we got? >> a ten when it comes to the weather forecast. we would like some rainfall but if you put that aside it's not going to disappoint. as we head into tuesday let's start you off on the micro climate forecast. a live look at 880 at the coliseum, traffic on the right headed to downtown oakland and you can see ts moving along pretty smoothly in the southbound lanes on the left side of your screen, also swiftly moving along toni dow t clouds continuing to filter across. tomorrow morning we are looking at mostly sunny skies to start, so make sure to have those sunglasses ready and you might need a jacket for just a little bit. 39 here for the tri-valley.
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the peninsula 44 and the south bay at 42. most of us have had jackets near the door or at least in the back seat of the car so you can grab it. 38 here in the north bay. san francisco 46. now we are starting off cold but are still going to have mild temperatures tomorrow. it's kept us dry for january and the entire month of february. high pressure displaces the storm track. when you get warm, dry air moving in with high pressureyin up into canada, also alaska. and remember december, 11.20 inches in santa rosa and this month nothing. our rain season 4 1/2 to 8 1/2 inches behind. coming up in about 45 seconds a look at some shower chances coming our way this week. i want to get you focused in on
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tomorrow, dry, sunshine, more of these low 70 you head back to pittsburg where it's 71. pleasanton, 71. livermore at 0. the peninsula, 58. down to palo alto, 69 degrees. san francisco mostly sunny afternoon. 9 santa rosa and 67 in clear lake. great weather when you look at things overall but the one problem we're finding with tomorrow's forecast i wanted to make sure i got in here if you're sniffling or sneezing might be your allergies. pollen report, june perfect, cypress, high category. we're going to do what we can to help you out. not a big storm but enough to give a cou sprinkles. it's a drier storm. once again it could offer us a little bit of some shower
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w hit friday. this upcoming weekend who doesn't want to look ahead to the 50s and 60s saturday and also on sunday. no big storms the next seven days. inland valleys 69 by this coming saturday and for sunday 68 degrees. the extended forecast continues to offer some march rain chances. hopefully march and april do come in with something right now. tuesday, look and forward to it. >> remember that february it was so dry and sunny. >> i like that. keep your rain dances up. >> you've gotnext, hitting ball mccovey cove. barry bonds, the giants through the years. today it was a golfer. one of the best in the world. what's up at the ballpark. tv just keeps getting better. how you watch it does too. this is xfinity x1. featuring the emmy award-winning voice remote.
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putting term limits on congress, about washington insiders went crazy. they said term limits are bad, that they'll break government. what a joke! congress is working fine for politicians and corporations, but it's not doing anything for real people on climate, health care or gun safety. the only way we get new ideas is electing new people, including a president willing to shake-up washington. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
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today the fndull a's report spring training. look at that. the giants showed up to their newly renovated facility in scottsdale. brandon crawford right there. while the a's arrived in mesa, their new home. the giants are in a bit of a rebuild. the a's have every intention of battling for their third straight playoff appearance.
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okay, well, the giants return to oracle park. today we saw some splash hits anyway. >> one of the top golfers in the world was having some fun promoting the upcoming pga championship in san francisco. anthony flores from the ballpark. >> reporter: brooks koepka is used to hitting shots next to tiger woods and phil mickelson. but on this day he's swinging the sticks with a few bay area legends and his course is oracle park. >> in mccovey cove. >> reporter: after a few rejs, the four-time major champion pulled a 7 iron and sailed one into the cove. then he grabbed a driver and really put on a show wowing brandi chastain. >> i'm a terrible golfer on average but if i could hit one good shot, i could say brooks koepka taught me that. >> reporter: he is promoting the upcoming pga championship at harding park in may, along with hitting balls at oracle park, he also toured san francisco and
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even took a ride on b.a.r.t. with a wanner maker trophy in tow. >> everybody on b.a.r.t., what is going on here? six or seven camera guys, everybody looking. it was fun. we had a good time. >> reporter: when koepka returns in may, he'll be chasing history trying to become the first player ever to win the pga championship three years in a row in stroke play. >> it's a different feeling and one you want to win. it's something i'm looking forward to and can't wait to get the year started. >> koepka has been battling a knee injury that kept him off the course for three months but now he's feeling better, and he expects to be playing better when major championship season rolls around. >> i'll be just fine. it's something i'm not worried about. >> reporter: as for the course, the man ranked number two in the world says hardior any tees it up in the pga championship. >> it's a big boy golf course. you have to be able to hit it long. it's very difficult.
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it's a championship golf course. i think it will be a great finish. >> everyone in the bay area and in golf will be wait to go see if it ends with koepka raising the trophy for the third year in a row. in san francisco, anthony flores, nbc bay area. okay, sideshows are a big problem in the bay area. last night dozens of cars took to the streets. coming up at 11:00, the plan police have to identify those cars. that's this evening. we hope you'll join us. before we go, one last check of the forecast as we hit tomorrow morning, which is like a monday morning for a lot of people. >> yes. >> and no problems getting out the door. mostly sunny skies, 30s to 40s to start. east bay at 41. san francisco 46. the north bay at 38. spotty shower chance on friday. a great weekend coming our way. >> it's all about the weekend. >> you have to have the focus. >> yes. >> thanks for joining us. have a great night. >> see you at 11 clock clong. obama: he's been a leader
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