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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> now on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area pushing for support right now and the east bay.'s message to vote early. chopper 5 is live right now in richmond where the rally is about to get started. good afternoon and thank you for joining us. i am anne makovec . >> i am michelle griego. you can hear the music going and supporters waiting to see bernie sanders as we take a look at the crowd all of those chairs set up people are preparing. kpix 5's jackie ward spoke with some people who are elderly to support the presidential candidate.
>> reporter: doors opened at 10:00 at the p billion for the rally. this is all part of his get out and about event. organizers encouraged attendees to bring the ballot with them. >> we protect the environment and want to end corporate greed and also stop police terror in the community. those are some of the issues that bernie sanders has put forward, which are issues that i believe in very strongly. >> i think he has a great chance and probably the best out of anybody and he represents pretty much everything that we are really hoping for. >> reporter: before stopping here at the east bay he stopped at the democratic party gala at the tropicana hotel in las vegas over the weekend and he land-based michael bloomberg ahead of the nevada caucus this coming saturday calling him out
for his policy and opposing raising minimum wage and accused him of cutting back on medicare and social security. >> and to mayor bloomberg with all his money he will not create the energy we need to have the voter turnout we must have to beat donald trump. >> reporter: this rally is expected to last until 3:00 this afternoon. in richmond jackie ward, kpix 5 . >> and allen martin sat down with him to talk about his priorities here in the bay area. >> we are in the middle of a hotly contested primary. at the end of the day, what i'm absolutely convinced will happen is no matter who wins the nomination and clearly i hope it is me but no matter who wins you are going to see all of the candidates and their supporters come together because we all understand that donald trump is the most dangerous president and a threat to our constitution.
he is a liar and a fraud. you are going to see it coming together to defeat trump. >> and here is a view from chopper 5 in richmond. if you want to watch the rally, we have live coverage streaming now on cbsn bay area and you on enin. while santos makes his push in the bay area the other locals are fanned out across nevada with joe biden holding a community event in reno picking up an endorsement from the lieutenant governor of nevada kate marshall and pete buttigieg made appearances in reno and carson city. the former south bend, indiana, mayor spoke in reno focusing on his plan for supporting u.s. troops. ahead of the saturday nevada caucus the newest polls show bernie sanders leaving joe biden by seven points and the other contenders bunched up behind them and most of the
candidates focus on former new york mayor michael bloomberg and the billionaire is getting hit over his surge campaign spending. he has until tomorrow night to qualify for wednesday night's debate in las vegas meanwhile, we are looking forward to the primer and march 3 with a special section on our website at www.kpix.com . right now authorities in marion county are searching for anything couple. more than 130 search and rescue workers will be searching from the air and the ground in inverness with the couple went missing. they were last seen friday at a rental house in the inverness area picked up his believe they may have gone for a hike and if you have any information call the marin county sheriff department. 300 americans were taken off a cruise ship in japan, and they are now back on u.s. soil.
some arriving at travis air force base last night and nancy chen reports more than a dozen have tested positive for coronavirus. >> reporter: a dozen high risk americans were if i quit off of a crucial part of japan arriving monday morning in nebraska to be monitored at the university of nebraska medical center for signs of the coronavirus. when patient was transported to the hospital because of a chronic condition and also experiencing some mild symptoms and the remainder patients were transferred to a quarantine unit. >> reporter: the planes touched down in texas and california overnight . state department officials say only after passengers were evacuated from the diamond princess in japan that they learned 14 had tested positive for the illness. hundreds of other american evacuees will be under a 14 day quarantine at the military base and. officials in hawaii say a japanese tourist is in critical
condition in japan. 1000 cases have been diagnosed around the globe and the latest it appears to show this virus is not as deadly as sars . >> 80% of patients have mild disease and will recover. reporter: healfficials are working to track down crewmembers who were on board the cruise ship in cambodia allowed to leave after being given the all clear and then an american woman who had been a passenger tested positive. >> state officials say another 92 american citizens remain and kpix 5 will keep you up to date on air, online, and on www.kpix.com and streaming on cbsn bay area .
a state senator will unveil a bill aimed at keeping short- term rentals from becoming party houses allowing cities to add a fine of up to $5000 and it would kick in if the house violates local rental laws. senator steve glazier wrote the legislation and it was illegal under the short-term ordinance and they have since passed another ordinance to ens. a state of emergency has been declared in mississippi were historic flooding has affected 300 homes and the worst may still be ahead. they have floodwaters have turned neighborhoods into rivers, forcing people to make their way down the street in boats. there is more rain in the forecast and it could take until the end of the week before this water starts to
recede. a washington state woman is accused of trying to kidnap a three-week-old baby by posing as a photographer and drugging the mother of the child. carter evans has more on the tactics which involved her teenage daughter. >> authorities say juliet parker used social media to bring in unsuspecting mothers offering free maternity photos she said she wants to build her portfolio but detectives allege her real motive was much more sinister. >> she wanted a girl, and she wanted it to be five weeks and younger so she could raise it herself and take it out of state and pretend it was a newborn of her own. >> and mother invited her into her home three times. police say the women spotted parker taken selfies with the baby and wiping down her fingerprints from items she touched inside the home entering the third visit parker and her 16-year-old daughter gave the woman a cupcake and the mom suddenly began vomiting and feeling drowsy. she told him to leave and called 911 only to realize
>> basically she was drugged. >> reporter: parker and her daughter were arrested at their house 40 miles south of seattle . >> she used her sleeve to open the front door and when she came into the house she wouldn't even sit in the chair. she sat on the ground. >> this is something seemed off about parker when she met her. parker took these photos and was supposed to be inside the delivery room with her but as it turns out she gave birth the day parker was arrested. >> i was in shock, but i also didn't want to believe it, to be honest, because i was just upset about it. >> parker unsuccessfully ran for mayor of colorado springs last year. the 38-year-old operated under several alias. parker has been charged with
attempted kidnapping and assault and her attorney declined to speak with us and authorities have not released details. as for the alleged victim? she has been released from the hospital. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. today marks another launch from spacex with its with sunlight on a falcon 9 rocket from florida this morning. the satellite is called startling and the goal is to offer affordable internet services to parts of the u.s. and canada by the middle of the year with 300 sent up so far. coming up on kpix 5 news at 12:00, sharing your data with others by apps and websites and how you can take control of digital tracking . what is behind this new frigid fitness trend. we are watching our temperatures rise this afternoon after a buggy start with plenty of sunshine and here is a live look with the clip house ocean beach camera with mostly sunny skies and also watching offshore winds
throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mr.r blandpresident obama workr in the fight for gun safety laws, to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. fisn't just about polar bears. we're fighting for our lives, we're fighting for clean air and clean water. that's why i wrote the law to send billions from polluters to communities suffering the most. and only one candidate for president was with us back then, tom steyer. and he's still fighting for us, pledging to make clean air and clean water a right for everyone, regardless of your zip code. that's the truth. that's tom steyer. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
what we do on the internet is far from anonymous and many of the websites we visit share information. as elise preston reports you can find out which ones and take some control over your digital tracking. >> you is that? >> i am your best friend. i am santa claus. 11 hackers were able to access some of the devices of ring and even talk to reesonusof
custer data foon lookat apps and found they share information with several companies. >> what they do is they collect specific information about a phone and a user who is using a specific app so what you are clicking and hello you're using it for but also what device you're on and what wi-fi you are using to connect. >> reporter: facebook is loaded when a user opens the ring abject and they use third- party service providers to evaluate the use of our mobile ring which helps us optimize the customer experience and evaluate the effectiveness of marketing. ring is far from along with many popular apps sharing information with facebook.
facebook has added a feature called off facebook all of the websites that are sharing your activity with facebook and you can also get this button to turn off future activity expected to submit that they are no longer tracking activity but is just not tied to identity anymore. >> reporter: they say tracking habits has become an industry standard likely here to stay as elise preston, cbs news, new york. the spread of the coronavirus is spreading boarding across hong kong. a delivery driver was held at knife point for 12 paper with three men robbed him. police are searching for one of those thieves and some stores even have limited customers to two units of items but even so the shelves are empty and fast. dementia affects millions but there are steps you can
take to delay it. at stanford health care they joined me to explain on cbsn bay area . >> the first is a healthy lifestyle can prevent or delay dementia by about one third and there's lots of different types . healthy diets such as keeping a mediterranean diet, most likely the cuter diet and exercise. especially when you are getting your heart pumping. so cardiovascular exercise more than resistant exercise and not smoking and having a normal body weight and managing your blood pressure so it is less than 120. >> you get more from stanford health care every monday on cbsn bay area and you can find it or www.kpix.com or other platforms.
now it is a look at the monday morning forecast. >> we are now looking at the clearing and sunshine after the foggy conditions at the coast and now we are warming up with a little bit of an offshore wind component here and here is a live look without salesforce tower camera. concord is at 70 degrees right now with plenty of sunshine and it is mid-50s in oakland with livermore coming in in the upper 60s with low 60s in mid 60s as well as santa rosa. let's check the winds becae we are watching those northerly winds so it is breezy in fairfield with 13 in livermore those northerly winds and 10 in santa rosa. it is gusty up near
her elevations with the dry northerly offshore wind with the hills and the mountains dealing with windy conditions. through the rest of the week we will stay dry and mild over the next several days. this low pressure system bring in the officer nguyen's press which is why those temperatures will continue to be on the rise. you can see clear skies and tonight we start the day with some clouds and through their day tuesday afternoon we are looking at a mild conditions with sunshine in the afternoon. we will see the windy conditions in air hills and mountains and here we go with some set of 5:50 and daytime highs well above average with mild and warm temperatures looking at 68 in livermore with mid 60s in
oakland and here is the extended forecast as we are looking at those colder mornings and it is mild and sunny but still mild. is still looking at the sunshine and for the weekend not a lot of change in that extended forecast. >> so no roller coaster this week. that is good. >> thank you so much, mary. when you think of working out you might think of sweating and heat. >> a new exercise class is helping people burn calories in the cold and the class is called burrrrrn. the thermostat is set to 50 degrees and the theory it is more refreshing and can help you burn more calories. the temperatures also trigger the body metabolism to keep coming up on kpix 5 news at 12:00, anyway to pass the time
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about bananas. in the cold weather bananas turn gray so it is really cold outside or they are stored in the retail market in the cold wind comes in, and that is why on the east coast ucr bananas with cellophane when the man in the west coast they do not but when it gets below 50 degrees sometimes the bananas turn gray. the color doesn't look good so when you get them you want to make sure that they are nice and yellow. a little bit of green is fine. when you bring them home you store them on the counter. i like to buy bananas with a little but of spots which means the sugar is out and it is delicious. remember cold temperatures alternative from a beautiful yellow to a gray. it is that simple. i am tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy.
as you know, the bananas are the number one sold and consumed fruit in the united states and that is a fast. coming up on kpix 5 news at 5:00, the state of california plans an apology for something happened eight years ago . will have the story and much more come in for 5:00 and we are streaming 24/7 on cbsn bay area . >> later we will have more on the interview with bernie sanders without rally still going on if you want to check it out. have a great day, everyone. obama: he's been a leader
throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws, to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs.
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