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this is kpix5 news. now on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area a rests just announced in the killings of two boys near an east bay elementary school. good afternoon. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. the state attorney general just spokes about what it took to make those arrests. let's get to anne makovec at the live news desk. >> reporter: it weather on for almost three months at the local and state level to arrest two people. here is one of their mugshots. and a 17-year-old, they are accused of pill ing up their vehicle next to a van outside an elementary school and you're looking at a neighbor's security cam and they were
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shooting and killed the two boys hanging outside that van. it was november 2019. they were 14 and 11 years old. their names kevin hernandez and sean withing ton. both suspects were already in custody on unrelated charges. >> it may not extinguish that anguish, that disbelief, that apprehension but maybe it brings a sense of direction and purpose that we have to find some conclusion, some resolution to these types of senseless acts of vice lense. >> detective had search wants last week and found multiple guns including an ak-47 assault rifle, $60,000 of marijuana and methamphetamine and $10,000 in cash. the suspects in the case are facing murder charges as well as a gang enhancement. investigators are keeping much
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of the investigation under wraps right now, but they say it was done with the help of electronic and physical surveillance and there are other persons of interest out there and more arrests may come. and new at noon, san francisco mayor is reveal ag prior relationship with former public works director who is now facing federal corruption charges. in a lengthy post, the two dated briefly two decades ago and have remained close friends since then. she goes on to say, i never asked him to do anything improper and he never asked me to do anything improper. i was not aware of the schemes alleged by the fbi until shortly before they became public and when i was informed i immediately reported the information to our city attorney. he accepted lavish gifts from people with city business and took deeply discounted help
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fixing up his vacation home. she accepted his resignation this week. in her post, she said she will disclose in a city statement a $5,600 gift she received from him to fix her personal car. police are investigating the discovery of two bodies in a driveway. jackie ward has more about what might have happened there. jackie. >> reporter: michelle, that is one of the unusual things about this, the fact a hazmat team is on the scene here with the sheriff's office and classifying as a death investigation. we're only being told that the circumstances around this situation require the hazmat team's attention. around 8:00 this morning, the fire department was called in sleepy hollow, up a very long, steep hill. a male and female were found dead in the driveway, one inside the car and one out, but
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authorities are not telling which person was found where. a dog who thigh believe is unharmed was found inside the car with one of the victims. we spoke to a neighbor who livers up the hill from the home and she said no one has lived at that house for awhile. >> no one has been living there for at least a year and a half, maybe two years. >> i think it is generally a safe neighborhood and we don't -- we are not called out here, too often. >> reporter: the hazmat team will be here for several more hours today and the sheriff's office said they won't release another update until their work is done. they say there is no immediate threat to the public. in sleepy hollow, jackie ward, kpix 5. public health lab as cross- country will begin testing people who are having flu-like symptoms for coronavirus. they will begin in l.a., new york, chicago and san francisco. meantime united airlines confirmed a flight from san francisco was put on lockdown
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this morning after a passenger was suspected of possibly having the virus. united says the plane has undergone a deep cleaning. more medical teams arrived in china's hard hit province and roughly 1700 health workers there have been infected by coronavirus, six have died. in japan, 11 passengers were allowed off a quarantined cruise ship. they will prioritize disembarking passengers who may be at high risk for the virus. they will continue their quarantine at a government designated facility. >> presidential candidates are heading to the bay area to win your vote. pete buttigieg will be in san francisco today for a rs are. students were rallying outside the candidates fundraising event. their goal to say what "the
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priorities of real san francisco cans ." >> that means something wh you come into the bay area that has a housing crisis, that has rising income and equality and not talk directly to the people, but charge people upwards to $1,000 to get into a fundraiser to talk to you. >> despite the push back from some, buttigieg got support from others. the lieutenant governor of california endorsed him for president. also making more of a presence in the bay area, mike bloomberg opened in pleasant hill. president donald trump is also heading to california, the desert sun newspapers reports larry ellison is hosting him at his estate for re-election fundraiser next week. >> >> for complete coverage of the primary coming up including a breakdown of ballot measures, head over to our website at 2020. president donald trump isn't letting up on the justice
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department even after attorney general william barr pushed back at him forget ing about cases. cbs reporter has the latest from the white house. >> reporter: in a rare public rebuke, attorney general barr with sized president donald trump about on going justice cases. >> to have public statements and tweets made about the department, make it impossible for me to do my job. >> reporter: barr's comments come after. >> i thought the recommendation was ridiculous. i thought the whole prosecution was relick lis. he commented to the seven to nine-year. he made his decision before the president's comments, but acknowledged the president's remarks put him in a difficult position. >> you can go forward with the right decision or pullback
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because of the tweet? that illustrates howdies ruptive these tweets can be. >> despite barr's call to stop these, president donald trump was back at it today. the president used barr's own quote saying the president never asked me to do anything in a criminal case. then the president added he has the legal right to do so, but so far has chosen not to. barr is getting support. the white house says the president still has confidence in his attorney general. katherine johnson cbs news, the white house. stone will be sentenced next week. he cass convicted in november of lying to congress and wiltness tampering from the mueller investigation. new at noon, attorney michael avenatti from a porn star has been convicted of trying to x tort nike. prosecutors say he threatened
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to publicly expose it at nike unless he could have a probe of the company. they argued he was doing an honest and legal negotiation and he pleaded not guilty. cbs reporter michael george has the latest from new york. >> reporter: the fate of accused rapist harvey weinstein will soon be in the hands of the jury of the we feel good about where we are. this is a case that should be about evidence, not about emotion or feelings and not a popularity contest. >> reporter: prosecutors said the former movie producer saw his victims as disposable and never expected them to come forward. >> the lead prosecutor in this case was at her very best. she was extra ordinary. weinstein is charged with raping a woman in a hotel room
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in 2013 and forcibly performing a sex act on another woman in 2006. all sexual encounters he said were con sensual. >> she argued the prosecution failed to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt and she urged jurors to have the courage to say not guilty. during the week's long trial, weinstein did for the testify in his own defense. he could face life in prison if convicted. jury deliberations are expected to begin tuesday following the presidents' day holiday. >> it has been two years in parkland, florida. school as cross the country held a moment of silence at 10:17 this morning to honor the 17 students and faculty killed that day. broward county home to the high school has declared february 14th a day of service and love. still ahead, finding
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businesses that help the en taking a stand on climate change. >> plus some people are cheating on their spouse but not in the way you think. how many are committing financial in fidelity. >> breaks in the clouds and sunshine out there. here is a live look. looking at downtown san francisco. we'll talk about flat holiday weekend forecast and when we'll see the winds start to pick up for us. details coming up. >> and don't forget we're streaming now on cbsn bay area. you can find us, the news app or your favorite platform. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president
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today the san francisco airport plans to open up its new observation deck being called sky terrace and visitors will not need airline tickets or boarding passes to take in the views of the airfields. access is before security so it is scheduled to be opened up daily. >> some are taking a stand over climate change choosing to invest in green causes. he will explain. >> so there are a number of different ones, companies helping to recycle and repurpose to reduce energy, energy releases and carbon
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emissions, deep tech companies are not something we're focused on so batteries fault over text but over time not only can make money, but help the environment as well. >> you can watch the full interview on cbsn bay area through or other digital platforms. >> >> see how wall street is finishing up this week as we look at the dow. it is down more than 100 points. >> a new survey finds many couples are being unfaithful when it comes to money. credit survived 2500 americans in serious relationships and 44% admitted to committing financial in fidelity. analysts say it takes three forms, 34% admitted to spending more money than they feel their partner would be comfortable with. 17% kept a secret account. 12% carried secret debt. the survey found more than a quarter of people say financial cheating is worse than physical cheating and millennials are the most likely to be
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financially unfaithful. >> let's get our honest forecast. on this valentine's day. >> we're looking at sunshine after starting off the day with cloudy skies after pretty view with our sales force tower camera looking east at the bay bridge and you can see patches of blue out there after pretty site. our temperatures are in the 50s. 58 concord. oakland at 56 at well as for livermore. san francisco 52. 57 for san jose and santa rosa in the mid-50s. your valentine's day forecast will continue to see the clearing with seasonal daytime highs. we're looking at temperatures around where we should be fornist time of year. as we look ahead to tomorrow, mild, more sunshine for your saturday. a little warmer for tomorrow but then cooling down with more clouds on sunday. could turn a little breezy sunday into monday for presidents' day. we have this low pressure
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system ushering in the onshore flow. as we go hour by hour, you can see the skies clearing. through tomorrow, again a little more sunshine. also, the temperatures will be warmer for saturday and again cooling down with clouds sunday. our sunrise at 6:59 tomorrow morning. so temperatures for to day, we're looking at highs topping out at 59 in san francisco. 61 oakland. 58 pacifica. mid-60s in santa rosa as well as for san jose. check out what you can expect on monday for your presidents' day forecast. we're looking at plenty of sunshine, seasonal temperatures and even turning a little breezy for your monday, but we're not looking at any big storm systems. we definitely need the rain. it has been a long time for sure and dry february. as we look ahead to next week, no big storms coming our way unfortunately so because we need the rain but it looks like plenty of sunshine, dry and quiet conditions through next
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week and those longer range weather models showing abnormally dry conditions, so drier than normal even possibly to end the month. >> okay. we'll have to wait. >> we will. >> thanks. >> we will be waiting. it is valentine's day so in the spirit of valentine's day, the warriors took to twitter to release their own valentines. they have fly years with slogans to match like every kiss begins with clay. shoot your shot. head to the twitter account to gift one of these cards to your valentine today. >> finding love through a billboard. one man's larger than life effort. that is next on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. look, this isn't my first rodeo... and let me tell you something, i wouldn't be here if i thought reverse mortgages took advantage
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well you can't put a price on love but apparently you can buy a billboard to help you find it. >> a british man spent $600 to put his face on a giant roadside sign. he said he was struggling with dating apps and wanted to do
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something different to stand out. he put his picture on a billboard and sends potential match toss a website saying he is 6' tall, has kissed more than three women and works in advertising. >> i just thought if i have these marketing skills, i may use it to enhance my love like. i thought it was quite clever and creative but some people may see it as desperate. you never know these days. anything can work. >> you never know. at last count more than 2,000 peeple had applied from all around the globe and mark is going out tonight with one of them. a very special person. >> hopefully he get as nice date. >> a reminder if you have a consumer problem or question, consumer or call 8885 helps you. we will be right back.
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growing up in a family that struggled economically powerfully influenced my values. bernie sanders he's fighting to raise wages.
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and guarantee health care for all. 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. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. well, today's tip of the stay. ca wanna melonness. is is like a melon and honeydew or cantaloupe. they are spiky little melons. look at this. look at this. looks like fred flintstone melon with a cave man spike. but when t themn, hobeaul eye. thook taste better than they look. the tegs choir is out of this world when you buy them make sure it has nis beautiful orange color all the way around, very
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important, free from scaling, that is like cracks here on the melon. when you bring nem home it is tropical fruit so store them at room temperature, not in the refrigerator. when you cut them in half, get a spoon, dig them out and enjoy. it is like dessert in your hand. eat fresh and stay healthy. >> the lakers have announced the ticket information to attend the february 24th memorial for kobe bryant at staple center will be priced at $224, 2 for $224 and 2402 each like the date of event. it is combinations of numbers flat represent the numbers worn by bryant and his daughter on the court. tickets go on sale to the public next wednesday and you have to register to buy them. >> coming up at 5:00, concerns over the coronavirus forces facebook to cancel one of the
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biggest events. we will have that. >> we're streaming on cbsn bay area. >> it is valentine's day everyone. enjoy. mary already got flowers today. >> she is smiling extra today. >> my valentine is right there. >> a lot of flowers. >> [ laughter ] >> all right. big date coming up. >> you're all my valentines too. >> i love you. >> thanks, mary. >> have a great day, everyone. >> enjoy yours. as soon as i started talking about putting term limits on congress, washington insiders went crazy.
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they said term limits are bad, that they'll break government. wh 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. mik'mike will get it done?'n, ok, let me tell you what the 'it' is. as mayor, i expanded healthcare coverage. as president, i'll build on obamacare because healthcare is a right. i created nearly 500,000 jobs in new york city. as president, i'll build an economy that delivers good jobs with higher wages. i'll take on the gun lobby and save lives. and i will stop trump's assault on women's reproductive rights.
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i've got a record of doing things. i've got the resources to take on this fight. as mayor, i held myself accountable for results. as president, i'll offer common sense plans and i will get it done. so let's stay on the offensive, and let's win. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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>> liam: i've done all of the research on this, and it looks like it's not only gonna be beneficial to us financially, we're gonna create about 500 new jobs. >> bill: right. >> liam: okay, you know, you've been a space case since i came in to work this morning. what's going on with you? >> bill: nothing. all right, fine, something. something that triggered me, and i've been thinking about caroline. >> liam: oh. well, i miss her too. >> bill: we've gotta look out for her son. now i'm thrilled that you're living with steffy and kelly, whether it's platonic or not, but i am worried about douglas. he's a spencer. he's one of us. and he's got hope playing mommy.


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