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othroughout 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. 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. . 2 dogs reportedly attack ra dogs. >> a woman attacked while documents a crime in progress.
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how the suspects managed to escape police. >> deliveries delayed. what's behind the mail problem that has santa clara city leaders demanding answers. now at 11:00 and streaming on cbsn bay area, a marin county neighborhood on edge after a series of vicious dog attacks. i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm elizabeth cook. andrea nakano is in sausalito where she got the owner's side of the story. >> reporter: the incidents in question happened here on curry lane in sausalito. within a few hours span, 2 dogs reportedly attacked 3 contractors. a warning, some of the images you'll see in the story are graphic. >> sausalito is on lockdown right now, especially curry lane. >> reporter: dennis webb is a contractor working at a home on curry lane. he said 3 of his workers were
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attacked by these dogs on january 21st. >> sean said he put his hand out the led the dog come up and smell him, then the white dog jumped on his face, ripped him on the right side and left side of his face while the other dog went for his legs. >> reporter: then less than 4 hours later, another worker says the same thing happened to him. >> the white dog got my arm, and the black one went for my legs. >> reporter: another worker with them managed to jump into the bed of the truck and avoid injuries, but for the 2 mauled, here are the images of the bite marks left behind. >> we're all petrified, especially the older folks are petrified. our workers are carrying pepper spray that was given out by a waing down so i don't >> reporter: marin humane conducted an investigation, and the dogs were under a 10
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day in home quarantine. there was a 2016 case where the dogs attacked another resident. the victim from the 2016 incident recently talked at the sausalito city council meeting about her experience. >> um, they bit me arm, they took my dog poppy by the neck and wouldn't release her. >> reporter: but the owner of the dogs say the stories don't add up. daniel myer provided us these pictures through e-mail of monkey and goose. he says they're 2 sweet dogs protecting their home from intruders. he alleges the workers that were attacked were trying to break into his home. myer also told us because of the incidents he's been evicted from his home. andrea nakano, kpix 5. new at 11:00, the boy scouts of america filed for bankruptcy protection.
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they're facing a wave of new la california and several other states expanded legal options for childhood victims. the filing is an attempt to work out a potential compensation plan for abuse victims that will allow the 110-year-old organization to carry on. tonight the boy scouts released a statement saying quote, we know nothing can undo the tragic abuse that victims suffered, we believe the chapter 11 process will provide equitable compensation to all victims while maintaining our mission. nascar driver ryan newman in the hospital tonight after a fiery crash at the daytona 500. he was leading the race when he was pushed by a teammate, spun out, and crashed. another driver then slammed into his car while it was sliding on its roof. he's in serious condition, but is expected to recover. in san jose a driver had to be rescued after he slammed
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his bmw into a parked car and was pinned underneath. the crash trapped driver inside and completely damaged this white suburban. crews had to cut the doors out of the vehicle to get the driver out. he was transported to the hospital for treatment. no one else was hurt in the crash. a witness says she heard a loud bang and ran outside. >> a heard screeching tires, and then i heard a big explosion, and i came running outside. i thought my kids were out front, but, um, i saw this car in my front yard and my husband's suburban up in the air and my daughters trying to help the man out of the car. >> no word on the driver's condition tonight or the cause of the crash. developing story tonight, a woman attacked and robbed after trying to intervene in another crime. police are looking for 3 men who snatched n'e inntown the victhad witnessed the
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metrying to break into a say e pulled out her phone and took pictures. that's when the suspects mugged the woman and drove off. officers chased the suspects, but lost them near the bay bridge. they recovered a gun that was left behind. tonight some promising news on the coronavirus. while the number of cases in china has risen to more than 72,000, authorities say 80 percent of the people infected are now showing milder symptoms. still, concerns over the virus prompted organizers of the auto china show to postpone the popular event. meanwhile, hundreds of americans were finally taken off a quarantined cruise ship in japan. kpix 5's betty yu reports some of the evacuees are now at travis air force base as another group is getting ready to go home. >> liz, tomorrow the husband of an evacuee from wuhan had travel to travis air force base to pick up his family and they'll all return home to wisconsin. he told me tonight his wife
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and kids have been quarantined for about a month, including their time in china. >> reporter: these photos capture what the last 2 weeks have been like for tim's daughters and wife. story time, picnics, and plenty of toys. they were among the first passengers evacuated from wuhan and held at the inn on the base. the roth's were in wuhan visiting family. >> i mean, the quarantine experience has been good. they've been provided plenty of food, 3 meals a day. they have a comfortable hotel to stay in. they're allowed to go outside and be in the grass and in the area that's fenced off. >> reporter: they shared a photo of their of their meals, and even a valentine's day card given to his daughter from a cdc employee. they've remained healthy throughout. the evacuees are screened and monitored daily by medical professionals. >> my family has done
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everything necessary to remain healthy to avoid bringing the disease into the community. we've complied with everything the government has asked us to, and we just hope the community we're going back to accepts us and is not afraid of us. >> reporter: more evacuees from china are quarantined at travis air part of a group of 300 americans evacuated by the u.s. government from the diamond princess off the coast of japan. 14 passengers tested positive for the virus and were taken to a hospital in nebraska. they were not yet showing symptoms at the time of the evacuation and were allowed to board a flight to the u.s. >> carl had a fever and he's been in this isolated tent. >> reporter: geri's husband was one of the hospitalized patients. she's now in quarantine in omaha. >> there's also concern about the more than 2,000 passengers and crew members who were on
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board another cruise ship that disembarked in cambodia. they were given the all clear, but an american passenger since tested positive for the virus. >> thank you. for continuing coverage of the outbreak head to we have a look at how the virus has forced apple to drastically lower earnings projections. a u.s. postal worker assaulted and robbed near uc berkeley. she was delivering mail just after noon on oxford street when she was attacked. the postal service is investigating offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. the u.s. postal service in campbell is taking the meaning of snail mail to a new level. maria medina has more on the delays that have state lead weres stepping in. >> reporter: a spokesperson for the postal service confirms there are issues with mail service here in campbell, and tonight we're learning it's gotten to the point where the postal service is expected to organize a town hall with
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the community some time next month. signed, sealed, and delayed. >> it's a recurring problem. >> reporter: vickie is among the campbell residents that have issues with a slow down in mail. they say some days they're not even getting mail, and packages are marked delivered by the usps, but don't show up until at least the next day. >> my son's check from a government agency took 8 days. he was pretty upset because he's counting on that money. >> i said well, it's happening after christmas, so it's more systemic. >> reporter: the councilman started to hear the complaints about 6 months ago, from residents failing to get prescriptions or social security checks. he finally reached out to the postmaster general and heard from one supervisor that staffing issues and a new system are causing the problems. >> a big thing she says is just the issue of having enough people. they're having a hard time trying to hire, so she said over and over to me we need to
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get more people here. >> reporter: the mail delays, as first reported by san jose inside, are so bad that congresswoman anna eshu wrote this letter to the postmaster general, citing massive failures in mail delivery. one person received mail only one day in a week's period, and calls to the post office go unanswered. a usps spokesperson told us in a statement the issues seem to be concentrated in the campbell area. they're looking into it to make sure it's only an isolated case. vickie hopes they deliver solutions soon. >> mail is very important, and it's not like we have other options for delivering most of our mail. >> reporter: as for the town hall, no date has been set according to the councilman.
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in campbell, maria medina, kpix 5. wine prices are falling for the first time in years, but it's living a sour taste in the mouths of some bay area vintners. >> a young girl attacked by a mountain lion, the precautions in place in response to the attack. >> and california attempts to make amends for one of the darkest chapters in state history. tonight survivors of the internalment camps react to the decision to apologize. obama: he's been a leader
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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. 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.
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the democratic presidential contenders are spread out across the western u.s. tonight ahead of the upcoming primaries and super tuesday. early voting already underway in nevada which holds its caucuses on saturday. the democratic party hopes to avoid a repeat of the fiasco in iowa. and a huge crowd on hand as senator bernie sanders made a visit to the bay area today. thousands of supporters waited for hours to hear him speak in richmond. >> every family in america has its problems. every family. and what us not me is about is that my family has got to care about your family, your family has to care about my family. >> senator sanders did not single out any of his opponents today except for former new york city mayor
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michael bloomberg. he accused bloomberg of trying to buy the democratic nomination. >> in the meantime president trump is making a trip southern california to fill up his campaign war chest. for everything you need to know before you cast your ballot, the special section on our website. wine lovers can toast to the lowest prices in 4 years, but not everyone is celebrating. >> veronica de la cruz explains what's behind the dip. >> reporter: a time to toast for wine lovers. prices are the lowest they've been in the past 5 years. >> lodi is such a great value anyway, we're happy for them to go down. >> reporter: areason according to the latest report, growers have a surplus of grapes. >> i feel like it will bring a lot of tourists.
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>> reporter: priscilla is celebrating her birthday with friends and wines and welcomes the lower 's good news for everyone, especially grape growers. >> they just cut their losses. >> reporter: the farm bureau says some growers are choosing to leave grapes on the wine because it would cost more to produce. >> that's a lot of money left out. looks like each bundle of grapes hanging in those vines look like dollar signs to me. >> reporter: according to the problem, millennials are thirstier for premium liquor and ready to drink cocktails, and wine consumption has dropped for the first time in 25 years. a santa clara county park closed tonight while rangers try to find a mountain lion that attacked a 6-year-old. it happened at the rancho san antonio park where the little
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girl was walking with her family yesterday. the animal came out of the brush and scratched her leg. the adults were able to scare it away, but now authorities are trying to track it down. >> a friend of the family that was right near the girl turned and shoved the mountain lion back into the bushes and it took off running. >> if it was my daughter or son, my child, i think at some point you need to sort of make sure that it's safe for humans. >> the park will remain closed until ranchers either find the animal or they're confident that it's out of the area. later this week, the state of california is expected to offer an official apology to japanese americans for mistreating them during world war ii. 120,000 people of japanese ancestry were incarcerated in internment camps around the country. many of them live in san jose's japan town. the survivors recognized the
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acknowledgment of wrongdoing, but also say it reminds them of other current events. >> i think what's important now is we see the same kind of things happening again whether it be people who are muslim or people on the southern border. >> the fact that california is recognizing their part in it and passing a resolution is very meaningf. thestate legisl expected to pass a resolution on thursday which marks the 78th anniversary of the internment. new drone video tonight showing historic flooding in mississippi. tonight a state of emergency emergency have been declared there. homes and buildings completely underwater in jackson, and in some neighborhoods the only way to get around is by boat. the pearl river has crested at more than 37 feet tonight, 9 feet above flood stage and southwest tennessee has received nearly 8 inches more
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rainfall than normal. a landslide sent 2 homes crashing on the banks on the tennessee river. no one was home at the time. i know what you're thinking. why not just a little bit of that for california? the unfortunately answer is we're just out of the line of fire for any moisture coming off the pacific. tonight we have mostly clear skies. the numbers tumbled to 44 in santa rosa, but 50s elsewhere. rain chances, not much coming in later in the week. the next few days sunny as high pressure is just in command of the west coast. in fact as the high builds in we get some offshore winds. tonight santa rosa down to 48. the numbers chilly, but mostly in the 40s. here's much of tuesday, later in the day watch this. we've got some clouds coming in around sunset tomorrow night. mostly starry skies tonight. little in the way of fog.
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mostly sunny tomorrow and unusually mild temperatures for winter and mostly dry ahead. only small shower chances on thursday and again on sunday and probably nothing will fall. high temperatures for tomorrow with an encore performance. temperatures climbed today. tomorrow redwood city hits 66, morgan hill 69, and san jose 68. in the east bay, hazy sunshine as well. 67 at pleasant hill, 66 at livermore. north bay looks nice. plenty of sun, blue skies, few high clouds. kentfield at 65, and ukiah 67, clearlake 65. extended forecast. how dry we are, all the way into the weekend and beyond. again a couple of chances for rain, things cloud up. it will set the stage, but not raise the curtain for rain in the bay area. we have no choice to enjoy the
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sunshine. >> good advice, thanks brian. dozens of datsuns hit the ice to compare for top dog. we take you out to the weiner dog races drawing huge crowds. when mike first became mayor, there were places where black and brown children hadn't received an education for 30 years. mike said, "those are the kids i want to give an opportunity". he increased teacher's salaries. he increased the graduation rates by 40%. he made schools safer all over this country. children aren't getting a quality education. mike is going to fight for all the children. i saw him do it in the largest school system in america.
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weiners on ice. we're not talking about some new extravagant dish. we're talking about a race. a weiner take all race. >> it's probably the greatest show on ice. check this out. 32 datsuns were off and running in between periods at a junior ice hockey championship. they were competing to be top dog in the race. the annual event has drawn sold out crowds for years. >> we never knew when we started it 6 or 7 years ago that it would be almost a sold out crowd. i'm just glad everybody comes out, cheers on, and has good family fun. >> they're so cute! >> one guy looks like he busted a hip out there. >> the prize for the top dog
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not promise... prove. and plus 0% interestumsave for 36 months. ends monday othroughout 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. 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.
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>> reporter: good evening from scottsdale, arizona. the a's back to back 97- win season. usually when that happens players leave via free agency. not this year. stability is the name of the game. >> looks great on paper, um, everybody's coming back with more experience and usually that means they'll be better. >> feels like we're picking up where we left off and building on it, and i think that's how you start off well and win a division. >> reporter: there are also
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new faces in camp including former astro tony kemp, who will compete with franklin for the starter job at second base and play all over the diamond this season. kemp knows firsthand what oakland is capable of doing. >> i've been on the other side in houston, and that one team we always worried about was the oakland a's. they were always nipping at our heels, and i think this is the year we can go deeper and take it to the world series. >> reporter: you have a pipes. >> yeah, i studied communications in college, got my degree in that. hopefully i can ride the baseball thing out a couple more years, and we'll see where my path takes me. >> reporter: i have 2 more years on my contract, please keep playing baseball. will joe thornton still be a shark after the trade deadline? san jose hosting florida today. the panthers have a 2 goal
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lead and they win 5-3. the sharks begin an east coast road trip on thursday and get back to the shark nt when tank. and at the daytona 500, he was in the lead, but is clipped from behind by blaney, and while that was taking place denny hamlin edged out blaney. newman was needily taken to a local hospital -- immediately taken to a local hospital. and the giants are rebuilding. we'll be in scottsdale tomorrow to cover your san francisco giants. mckissack and mckissack
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is the nation's oldest black-owned design and construction firm. before mike, we were desperate. there were not a lot of opportunities for black-owned bumies saw thad
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the playing field for black-owned businesses. over the years, we have heard a lot of talk. actually did something about it. and that's how mike will get it done as president. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. the late show with stephen colbert is next. >> thanks for watching. the news continues streaming on cbsn bay area. have a good night. (male announcer) up next, how would you like to get the celebrity secret for ageless skin? (female announcer) find out how in this paid presentation for meaningful beauty. (male announcer) as cindy crawford unveils her newest youth activating breakthrough. (female announcer) and watch what happens when cindy invites


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