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now at 11:00, breaking news and alameda county, officers opened fire after a high-speed chase spanning two cities. we look at the retail robbery that started it all. >> there was a child walking a dog, the child would be dead. a man and his dog were attacked by two pit bulls. he describes his desperate struggle after the owner took off. an outpouring of emotion as a lakers returned to the court to pay tribute to kobe bryant. >> we are grieving and heartbroken. when we go through things like this, the best thing you can do was lean on the shoulders of your family. >> a first confirmed case of
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coronavirus in the bay area. health officials are retracing steps. we are streaming, breaking news in contra costa. a shooting at a basketball game, happening at 9:00 at deer valley high school. it is not clear where the shooting happened. there is evidence markers outside the building. police were seen speaking to people in the parking lot. police said one person was shot, we have no word on their condition. we are following breaking news in union city, where police fired at a pair of suspects during a high-speed chase. we go to betty yu with information on the shooting.>> reporter: at this hour, union city police have parts of the streets blocked off for this
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investigation. this is where the police pursuit ended. they tell us, it began in fremont. it all started just after 6:30 this evening. police tell us they responded to a reported robbery at sophora at the pacific commons shopping area. when the officers arrived, they saw a car leaving the scene. >> the officers attempted to pull them over, initiating a pursuit. it went through fremont into union city. it ended in a cul-de-sac.>> reporter: police dispatch revealed that the car was going faster than 85 miles per hour, and the police vehicle reached nearly 100 miles per hour trying to catch up with this getaway car. the pursuit ended here in this residential neighborhood. police tell us that two people were injured in the shooting.
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both of them have been hospitalized with non-life- threatening injuries. another person has been taken into custody, and one officer, the open fire was not injured. >> union city as advising that the suspect is at gunpoint, shots fired. >> we have multiple occupants in the vehicle, shots fired. >> police are trying to piece together everything. two people have been shot in a police involved shooting, that began with a reported robbery at a fremont sophora.. an emotional night los angeles, hundreds of people have been gathering outside of the staples center where the lakers returned to the court for the first time since kobe bryant was killed in a helicopter crash. joy benedict is there live with a moving tribute to the nba
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legend.>> reporter: it has been an emotional week. this is the sixth night in a row that the fans have gathered in front of this staples center, dropping out memorabilia and chanting kobe bryant's name. he is synonymous with basketball, and has been for 20 years. his name is synonymous with los angeles. tonight, when the lakers returned, they made sure there was a tribute fit for a legend. >> i will go straight from the heart. >> reporter: emotions were running high the staples center on friday night as the los angeles lakers a tribute to kobe bryant, and the eight others killed in a helicopter crash on sunday.
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>> reporter: lebron james and broke his silence about losing his friend. >> tonight we celebrate the kid that came here at 18 years of age, and retired at 38 years old, and became the best dad we have seen over the last 3 years. usher sang amazing grace. boyz ii men, from his hometown of philadelphia, saying the national anthem. attribute included 24.2 seconds of silence, to represent his number 24, and his daughters number, 2. >> reporter: it is the sea of purple and gold as the fans have gathered out here, leaving flowers, balloons, and memorabilia since sunday. they say kobe bryant inspired them. >> seeing him with his daughters and wife, it is
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touching. it really makes me want to strive to be the best dad, husband, and the best friend that i can be. >> reporter: a legend gone, but a legacy living. >> in the words of kobe bryant, mamba out. in the words of us, not forgotten. live on brother. >> reporter: he is not been forgotten all over the world. as for the makeshift memorial growing at the staples center throughout the week, we are told he will leave it up until sunday night. they started to get down. a memorial is in the works, officially from the city and the lakers. we have no details yet. >> that was a touching tribute tonight. i know that the fans got to take something home. add t-shirts made with both of kobe bryant's numbers, right?>>
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reporter: yes, it was really nice to see. the fans were very excited about that. many of them paid a lot more than ticket value to get into this arena to be part of this moment in history. i spoke with thousands more that came down here to the plaza, to just experience that right here in person as they have been doing for the last six nights. number eight and number 24 will not be forgotten. thank you for that. a man and his dog were attacked by two pimples. tonight yesterday tracked down the owner before anyone else gets hurt. andrea has a surveillance video that the victim wants you to see.>> reporter: he was walking his daughter's dog, right down the street. he noticed the two pit bulls and the white suv. across the road. it was too late. garcia walks with leo in this neighborhood frequently. he was at the intersection of
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chase and street, when he said two pit bulls jumped out of an open window of a white suv. >> they went right for the dog. >> reporter: garcia desperately tried to kick the dogs off of leo, but did not have any success until a neighbor came to his aid. >> i could not defend him. i was helpless.>> reporter: garcia rushed leo to the emergency room. that is when gabby garcia first saw what happened to her dog. >> it was in was like he had a gunshot wound. the bite was so profound. >> reporter: leo was a bit on that chest and neck, and required surgery. garcia had scratches and bruises from the fall. the family is thankful that nobody else was hurt. >> we have children living here. if it was a child walking a dog in the same thing happened, the child would've died. >> reporter: the garcias want to make sure this does not
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happen to anyone else. they had this surveillance footage of the white suv leaving the scene in hopes of the community will come forward with information on the dogs owner. >> i am not against the breed. i am against the people that own the dog and do not train improperly.>> reporter: leo will make a full recovery. if you have any information on this case, contact the humane society. the first coronavirus case is confirmed in the bay area. the santa clara county man is in isolation after testing positive. he is the seventh case nationwide. mark is live at the airport where health officials are retracing his steps.>> reporter: the first coronavirus patient came through here one we today. he visited both wuhan, china, and shanghai. >> the cdc notified us that a
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resident of our county is confirmed to have the coronavirus. >> reporter: here's what we know about the patient, he is an adult male. is city of residence has not been released. the patient landed in the airport on january 24. he went directly home and has been self isolating ever since. he has left home only twice, both times to receive medical care. the name of the medical facility is not being released. >> since we are large county, and residents travel for business and personal reasons, we are not surprised to be announcing the first case in the bay area. >> reporter: the santa clara public health department says all information about specific airlines, involved airports, and possible travel companions will be investigated at the federal level by the centers for disease control. while there are no specific advisories, travelers are just learning the news.
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>> i try not to let things worry me too much. yes, that is concerning hearing that. >> i did hear that. >> reporter: did that worry you? >> a little bit. >> reporter: the man is in isolation at home. >> the preliminary investigation shows he came into contact with very few individual after returning home. >> this is a game changer.>> reporter: and infectious disease specialist believes that now the it is confirmed that the virus can spread before a patient show symptoms, it is more urgent public health issue. >> increases the urgency to promptly identify patients to prevent further spread of the virus. >> reporter: large organizations are responding to the news, including stanford, san jose state, and san jose public schools. they say they are carefully monitoring the situation in conjunction with public health authorities. reporting live and san jose international airport, kpix 5.
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on sunday, sfo will be from the trump administration announced a temporary ban on any foreign national that traveled to china in the past 14 days. any united states citizen and travel to the country in the last two weeks will be quarantined for up to 14 days. coming up, the fda approves a revolutionary treatment for peanut allergies. the new breakthrough may bay area company? a bay area student is featured in a starring role in a new netflix show, how this x greater got his big break. >> your cartoon was picked up. >> oh my gosh! >> the weather has changed for the worse. the number of uninsured americans,
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economically powerfully influenced my values. bernie sanders he's fighting to raise wages. and guarantee health care for all. now, our country is at a turning point. hard working people, betrayed by trump, struggling to survive. in this moment, we need a fighter. bernie sanders. we know he'll fight for us as president because he always has.
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i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. on capitol hill, the impeachment trial of president trump's about to enter its final stage. by a 51-49 margin, the senate shut down the request to allow new witnesses and documents, vetting of a likely acquittal. senator susan collins of maine, and met romney of utah, were the only two republicans to vote in favor of the hearing from witnesses, including former national security advisor john bolton. the presence defense team says it is time to move on while the democratic leader, chuck schumer called it a tragedy. >> the senate is not here to do the investigation work, that the house and not do. >> america will remember this day, with the senate did not
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live up to its responsibilities, where they turned away from truth, and went along with a sham trial. >> was the argument's are scheduled to start on monday with a vote to acquit the president expected on wednesday. the fda approved the first drug to treat life-threatening peanut allergies. the drug is the brainchild of immune therapeutics. it can be used from children aged 4-17. it is intended to help allergic children tolerate small amounts of peanut, and avoid life- threatening reactions. the drug is not billed as a cure. it is intended to make the allergy more manageable. a six grader is hitting the big time, starring in a brand- new show on netflix. >> joe vazquez introduces us to the boy behind the character that can be seen worldwide.
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>> my name is corey.>> reporter: the new star netflix is a car. this show is called go-go corey carson, it is part of the new kid to be programming section called netflix junior. the boy behind the car is 11- year-old, ac len, six grader in san francisco. he takes musical theater classes at his school, where his mother is a teacher. he recorded a demo for the part of corey carson and waited for more than a year, wondering if it would ever go anywhere.'s mother broke the news. >> your cartoon was picked up. oh my gosh. >> my mom is like, i have a surprise. i did not know what it was going to be. >> by what?
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netflix. >> slowdown kiddo, you will get a speeding ticket. >> it was really fun. his voice. he has a very appealing quality to his voice. when i heard it, thought, this is our kid. this is our star. >> he has is energetic quality, ready to jump into action and make mistakes, and tried to be grown-up.>> reporter: the shows producers, met while working at pixar on the movie, fighting dory. they started their own animation company, based in berkeley. since his debut a few weeks ago, netflix is showing go-go corecarson in 30 languages, in 180 countries.
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joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> i listen to it every morning. i listen to it every morning. i know that voice very well. >> that is a houseful of kids for you. good for you and good for him. we are looking toward city hall. it is lit up in 49ers colors, and the numbers are fairly warm. it is 59 degrees in the city. this was a warm day as we look at the top of the sales force tower in tribute to the 49ers. we had highs up to 73 degrees in oakland. san jose's record was 71. santa rosa did not come close. santa rosa's record for the day is 80 degrees. it was unusually warm weather. saturday will be mild. we have a big chill coming in on sunday. the high pressure will relent a bit inside the slider from the northwest. this low heads to the east of the bay area. as it does, we have a howling
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wind. the wind could be gusting at 50 miles per hour. we do have a high wind watch posted on sunday. it will be breezy on sunday. tomorrow is nice. it is mild. it is windy and cold for everybody as we get into sunday. this is how it looks on saturday. san francisco will hit 61 degrees. we will be in the 60s tomorrow. that is well ahead of where we normally are at this time of the year. it is nice in the south bay. in san mateo it is 65 degrees. we have plenty of sunshine in the east bay. it will be 67 degrees at danville. they will be 66 in livermore. in the north bay, the numbers will be in the mid and upper 60s. petaluma will be at 69 degrees. it will be 60 degrees at the beach. lakeport will be 66 degrees as
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well. we will look for a nice day tomorrow. it will be cooler. it will be windy on sunday. it will be cool on monday and tuesday. as we go into the latter half of next week, it will be sunny and warmer. we have no rain in sight. football fans are not the only ones picking sides for the super bowl. how the bay area animal lovers are competing for a good cause? here tonight guess on the late show with stephen colbert. we tried to get the politicians
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to deal with the problem. but they wouldn't. so we took it to the voters and forced big tobacco to pay its share of healthcare costs. we fought oil companies for new clean air laws and closed a billion dollar corporate tax loophole to fund public schools. by going directly to the people we got results. that's not something you see a lot of from washington these days. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. let's make change happen. it's timcan it helpltimate sleep nukeep me asleep?he sleep number 360 smart bed. absolutely, it senses your movements and automatically adjusts to keep you both comfortable. save 50% on the sleep number 360 limited edition smart bed. plus 0% interest for 24 months on all smart beds. only for a limited time
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49 are faithful are hoping for a big victory on sunday. >> the bay area police departments are getting ready to respond to any bad behavior that might pop up during the postgame celebrations. right now, there is not a cord needed regional plan by law enforcement to respond to any problems in the event of a super bowl victory or loss. they are urging the fans to celebrate safely. local bars are holding watch parties. they are instructing staff to
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provide safe and responsible alcohol service. this is not just fans, pet lovers are getting in on all of the hype. this is part of an adoption challenge. contra costa animal services are signing animals to teams, the 49ers or the chiefs, whatever team gets the most adoptions before 5:00 tomorrow vea friendly competition to find forever homes. the bad news is, right now, that chiefs are winning 4-0. join us on sunday night, right after the super bowl. we will air a postgame specialist 7:00 p.m. 60 minutes will move to our sister station. we have the 49ers having a chance to grab patrick mahomes in the draft. wh the number of uninsured americans,
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good evening from a rainy, hard rock stadium. in 2017, the 49ers won one of nine teams at passover patrick homes in the nfl draft. it does sound like kyle shanahan has regrets. >> i did not look into as much as i should. they did pick patrick mahomes 10th overall. they did not throw him right into the fire. he spent his rookie season backing up alex smith, that was traded away in 2018, to make way for patrick mahomes. >> he was very important. the way he went about the business of being a professional, great quarterback, and a great human being, he taught me a ton. >> alex had a thing going. i was on the bachelor, i got a new soulmate. >> while patrick mahomes might be the biggest name in the super bowl, the fan favorite showed up today at the super
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bowl experience. joe montana and jerry rice attracted a huge crowd at the nfl experience, as a spoke to the 49er faithful. he won two of his three super bowls in miami. he told vern and i that he thinks san francisco has too many weapons for the chiefs to handle. >> we have the running game. we have jimmy garoppolo. the players feed off of him. we also the defense, with nick bosa and all of those guys. they can skin their ears back and put pressure on patrick mahomes. he can make some throws. it will be a great football game. it will be close. i am thinking 49ers will pull this off. >> the forecast on sunday is much better than it is right here. reporting from super huge tax breaks for the rich, while the middle-class continues to struggle. that's what happens when billionaires are able to control the political system.
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