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an elderly couple rescued after eight days in the wilderness. their sons tell the story of their recovery. bernie sanders claiming victory tonight winning the nevada caucuses. no campaign has a grassroots movement like we do. which is another reason why we are going to win the election. inju d after being hit by a car in san jose. good evening to you. we begin tonight with a rescue in marin county that authorities are calling a miracle. a palo alto couple was lost in the wilderness hiking every day for eight days trying to find their way back. this morning 77-year-old carol kaparsky and her 72 year old
husband ian irwin were found alive. only a half-mile from their rental cabin. we spoke to the couple's two sons about how they managed to survive.>> reporter: the couple is spending the night at marin general hospital. recovering from hypothermia as well as scratches. there are said to be hungry and grateful. this is the best possible ending. we spoke to their sons tonight about their parents remarkable ordeal. they went out to look at the sunset on valentine's day. it got dark. they took a wrong turn. they found themselves in trouble. and they kept going.>> reporter: they were moving trying to get to a road. trying to move to water. taking water leads to civilization.>> reporter: they were close to a road but on the other side of a >> reporter:>> reporter: rescuers pulled the couple out this morning by helicopter. my dad is very scratched up.
what he was doing is because the brush was so intense in this area. he was laying his body flat and said that awful thorny krapp. so that carol could go over him. that is charivari. >> reporter: they had been gone eight days without even a jacket. at night the temperature plunged below freezing. there survived by drinking water from a pond and eating sparse vegetation. a volunteer searcher and a golden retriever found them. wet s another te he started yelling help. we looked at each other and we were like that is them. they said thank god you found us.>> reporter: there were cold and hungry. when the helicopters arrived they were in such good spirits they began singing. rather drink muddy water asleep in a hollow log.>> reporter: against the odds they
survived and made it back with their family we had already thought the verse. we found them. so i'm thinking initially we have bodies in this is not this is better than nothing. but then i read it again and is that we found them and they are alive. and i'm like and i screamed. my wife came running in. i was in the closet. i said they found them and they are alive. thank you to everyone. everyone who was thinking about them. who was searching for them. thank you. erwial they they are spending the night at the hospital and could be released as soon as tomorrow. this just in a deadly crash in san jose.
a man and woman were walking on a crosswalk near san carlo street and south baskin avenue when they were hit by a car. there were taken to a hospital where the woman died. the man suffered life- threatening injuries. the driver of the car did stop and is cooperating with police. police say drugs or alcohol do not appear to have played a role in the crash. campaign 20/20 coverage. bernie sanders is projected to win the nevada caucuses establishing the vermont senator is the clear frontrunner for the democratic nomination for president. right now sanders has a lead over former vice president joe biden. with pete buttigieg and elizabeth warren trailing behind. nadia is in las vegas tonight.>> reporter: it was george hw bush who coined the term the big mole. momentum that a candidate needs through the primary season to propel that person to the nomination. that momentum is exactly what bernie sanders has. standing in front of a crowd of cheering supporters a joei is
bored bernie sanders declares the victory. i'm delighted to bring you some pretty good news. >> reporter: he conquered the nevada caucuses breaking out from the crowded democratic field. no campaign has a grassroots movement like we do. which is another reason why we are going to win the election.>> reporter: part of an early state trifecta for the progressive who also took on the popular votes in iowa and won the new hampshire primary. we have just put together a multigenerational multi-racial coalition. which is going to not only win and nevada. it will sweep this country. >> reporter: the first racially diverse primary state. sanders shows his appeal to a broad range of voters and help to solidify his status as a front runner in the democratic race for president. this is our only shot to be
donald trump. i am asking americans to make sure we get the choice right.>> reporter: rounding out the top four joe biden pete buttigieg and elizabeth warren. i have a word for nevada. thank you for keeping me in the fight. we are going to win in south carolina. and then super tuesday. and we are on our way.>> reporter: and the candidates didn't wait in nevada for the results come out. joe biden went to south carolina. pete buttigieg is in denver saturday night for a rally. elizabeth warren in seattle for a rally. all of them are looking past nevada. south carolina's primary next wednesday and super tuesday on march 3. if you are ready to vote there is no need to wait until super tuesday. headed down to santa clara county where you can vote in person or drop off your mail in ballot 23 different locations. the registrar of voters want to make the process easy and accessible to everyone. maybe you are out shopping
on the weekend and you pass a voting center. you can pull over and vote. if there is one near your work and you want to go on lunch hour. it is difficult to be able to sometimes go before you go to work or after you go to work. there are a number of other voting centers open across the bay area. one in alameda county. several along the peninsula. 33 additional sensors will open next saturday the 29th. we are 10 days into the march 3 primary for a breakdown of all the big races in the bay area and statewide headed to kpix.com/campaign 2020. a napa county man accused of trying to burn down his ex- girlfriend's house is in custody tonight. firefighters were called to a home in vallejo just north of marine world parkway early this morning. the garage had been set on fire as a woman and her mother were asleep. inside the house. 29-year-old neil colds the
suspected of cost starting the fire. he was arrested after he came back to the home and assaulted one of the victims. a woman who police say he had previously dated. police in fairfield arrested this meant for attempted murder. officers say jacob travis broke into his ex-girlfriend's apartment. started a fight with someone inside and stabbed them multiple times. the victim was taken to the hospital with wounds. in the back of his head neck and back. police say he is expected to survive. hillsboro police are investigating a string of home burglaries. two homes were burglarized on mt. wood lane between seven and 10:30 pm yesterday. the third home was broken into sometime between friday and this afternoon on tournament drive. in all of the cases the residence were not home. police say the suspects broke in by shattering a sliding glass door. or first floor window. police believe all three are connected. it has been one year since
cara sunshine scarlet was killed in a landslide in san francisco's permit fort funston. her family held a memorial at the place of her death. her family that the memorial wasn't just about healing it was also to thank those that try to save her. san francisco fire officials met her parents for the first time today. making sure we express that appreciation for the first responders. keras family and friends say the best way to honor her to stay positive. and keep her memory alive. coming up a popular bay area rapper at the center of a fraud ring investigation is speaking out. tonight why he said it is all a setup. a toxic chemical forces and east bay high school to close. the testing underway this weekend. presidential candidate mike bloomberg is getting a boost from a hollywood legend. and the weather forecast
trump on the economy. his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in california. and provides a 10% tax cut for everyone making under $250,000. tom's plan also makes health care a right, by adding a public option to obamacare. protects union negotiated plans. and ensures californians can make their own health care choices. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
orleans. a person was struck and killed by a mardi gras float. it happened during a downtown parade that has since been canceled. the second such death this week. on wednesday another person was struck and killed by a mardi gras float. the latest on the coronavirus. the illness has killed more than 2400 people. with over 78,000 cases reported. tonight health officials in japan say at least 23 passengers from a cruise ship were not retested for coronavirus before they left the ship 170 evacuees from that ship currently under quarantine. at travis air force base in fairfield. japan has come under fire for bungling the quarantine on board the diamond princess. the cruise ship is the site of the largest cluster of infections outside china. the most scathing criticism
from infectious disease expert professor >> reporter: who took to youtube to express his outrage over what he saw on a visit to the ship. no green zone. no red zone. everywhere could have the virus. there was no single infection control inside the ship. >> reporter: he is dealt with ebola and sars outbreaks and is now in self quarantine. i'm very scared of getting infection myself. i'm very scared of infecting my family.>> reporter: professor of asian studies at temple university in tokyo jeff king since that the government's shoddy crisis management on the cruise ship is of concern ahead of the summer olympics in japan. they released all the people who tested negative. this may be an epic mistake of the part of authorities. >> reporter: globally new pockets of infections have sprung up with the most
troubling in south korea. the majority of them linked to a church. worshipers have been confined to their homes and schools have been closed and the u.s. military base in the area has restricted movement of all personnel. costa mesa city officials are fighting efforts to send coronavirus patients into a city facility. health officials want to move patients from travis air force base into costa mesa to be quarantine. after backlash from the city council a u.s. district judge issued a temporary injunction locking it. the mayor said they need more details to ensure residence won't be at risk. hopefully it is not a bad dream. it just seems irresponsible. it looks like we have 650 feet to the closest home. which is a little too close for comfort for us. for all the latest developments on the coronavirus head to our website kpix.com or watch our 24 hour streaming service. on your favorite app. oakland rapper is trying to
clear his name tonight. prosecutors accuse him of leading a multimillion dollar fraud ring. he said he was set up by his ex. the 39-year-old gained attention back in 2013 when he was shot and paralyzed while filming a music video in east oakland. he began walking again with the aid of a robotic exoskeleton. the fbi said the wrapper whose real name is amir rashad still millions stole millions by using other people's identities to secure fraudulent loans. he made his first court appearance last week and has since been released on $250,000 bail. presidential candidate mike
bloomberg is getting a big boost from a hollywood legend. actor and director clint eastwood is a libertarian who normally backs republicans. he told the wall street journal that this is the best we can do put bloomberg in office. eastwood told the journal he supports some of president trump's policies was said the tweets and name-calling can go too far. an update on the air quality testing at the climate high school in oakland. early results show there is no evidence of tce in the air at the school. tce is a common industrial solvent that was found in the groundwater under the high school. the chemicals not found in drinking water. the discovery that shut down the high school thursday and friday. more testing will happen this week in school will remain closed. on monday. and the weather today it was almost like fast forwarding ahead three months to may.
take a look at the time lapse over my shoulder. it was like may gray. the strong surge of low-grade clouds that got pulled in in a very strong onshore flow. very much like what happens as we get into early summer. it didn't look like that everywhere. it certainly did if you are in and around the bay. that will happen again tomorrow. first one up coast and bake clouds continued. they are out there now and they will be with us tomorrow morning. i will show you how widespread in a second. the real headline is line number two. because temperatures will be nearing 80. for select inland spots. as we get into tuesday and wednesday. you will see that in the seven day forecast. there is no rain in sight unfortunely. het now. most of the spots are all pretty much in the same spot dipped down to 43. we don't have as many clouds in the north bay right now.
it was the bay that really solve this. i can show you how this will play out tomorrow. the future cast showing the extent of low clouds going into tomorrow. as the time ticks ahead i will get us to 5 am which is like prime time for when the stuff feels in the bay. most of us will wake up to gray skies tomorrow. we might get some clearing in the north bay like we had today. you can't rule out the possibility for low clouds as well. they will stick around to the morning. we will get some breaks into the afternoon. it should not be as great as it was today for your part of the bay if it was like that today. overnight lows it keeps things relatively warm. 47 in oakland. 48 for the city. santa rosa at 40. tomorrow's daytime highs these are very much like today. today was a big change from yesterday. some places on here were as much is 20 degrees cooler today than we were yesterday. no doubt you notice oakland you are one of those. let's take a look at the possibility for. i will give you the long-racast
this today. the map has nothing on it. i'm going to let this point forward. the map will fill in with bright colors. for everyplace it will rain between now and next thursday. notice what happened once again. everybody else gets rain. except us. i want to play it forward to friday, february 29. at this point maybe there is a hint late on february 29 there could be light showers for the bay area. there is not a lot showing up. we haven't gotten any rain yet this month. we are on track now to go the entire month of february without any rain. that has only happened one time in san francisco for the official weather station. you have to go back to 1864 to find out. i was saying near 80 inland by next week. take a look at the top line in the seven day forecast. a sunny and warm one. only problem is we need rain. we've got buzzer beaters and
he stopped him in the seventh round a technical knockout. tyson furey the unbeaten wbc heavyweight champion. it was wilder's first career loss. gabe kapler giant skipper they hosted the dodgers there at rodriguez to the mound. they were first inning fielding walls. heart smash off the glove of donovan. enriquez hernandez a second run scored. rodriguez replaced two thirds into the game. dodgers led 5-0. giants e first run of the spring. third inning mauricio solo blast the left. not enough as the giants lost 10-4. he gloves this one easy. it was his cubs against the a's tonight. just one of the big blows a three run eighth inning. off a. that ended tonight scoring. cubs winning this one final
12-2. hockey this young lady came all the way from san jose to new york for this one. sharks in white at the rangers. a tie game. i'm not making this up. jesper fast. sorry young lady. sharks lost the game. final of 3-2. we are not done. we are halfway home. ahead and segment two warrior steffan curry left hand healed. said he is ready to go. when? fighting climate change isn'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.
while the middle-class continues to struggle. that's what happens when billionaires are able to control the political system. our campaign is funded by the working people of this country, and those are the people that i will represent. no more tax breaks for billionaires. we are going to guarantee health care to all people and create up to 20 million good paying jobs to save this planet. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message because we need an economy that works for all of us,
basketball portion of the show. in college baylor and can zagat and number four all lost nba you got to get for the wizards game march 1. you better hang on to them. not only is steffan curry been a full participant in practice. today he took part in the full scrimmage at their chase enter facility. healed left hand and all. he said he is eyeing a march 1 return. that is when the wizards play at
pate chase enter a visit. cal men's coach and a pac- 12 season. already down 23 equally struggling washington. huskies. marcus d lightning in a bottle. washington 87-52. taught in his usf. they hosted pepperdine in a tight one. under two minutes to go. he's got handles the drive the shot. it went to overtime. in the extra period midland wasn't done. drove and set up. usf won 63-61. that wasn't the most exciting game on that floor. checked the finish s. of women's game. tied at 58. with brigham young. abby at the buzzer.
what a finish. usf a big one today. 60-58. you asked me who wants you today. i would say the usf women. i would earning on that eclair. don't touch it! don't touch it yet! let me get the big one. this one? no! this one? yes! no... the big one! they're all the same size! with freedom unlimited, you're always earning. let me get them all. i'm gonna get them all. i can't decide.
this is a stodream.the american it starts here, in a middle class neighborhood with a middle class kid named mike. when his father died, his mother went to work and became the breadwinner. she instilled in mike a belief in hard work and a drive to build a better life. so he started a company from scratch with an idea and endless hours- today, that makes him the only democrat in the race who's created 20,000 jobs. he's the only democrat who's run the largest and most diverse city in america, rebuilding after 9-11, creating over 450,000 jobs and expanding
health care coverage to 700,000 people. the only democrat who's built a grassroots movement to combat gun violence and he's a leader combatting climate change. the only democrat who's never taken a penny from special interests. now mike is running to deliver on the american dream for everyone with common sense solutions and the ability to get it done. because mike bloomberg is the only democrat who can take on trump. and trump knows it. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
and now we have to deal with this. climate change is an emergency. that's why i wrote the nation's most progressive climate law. and that's why i'm endorsing tom steyer. because when big oil tried to stop our clean air laws, he led us to victory. same with the keystone pipeline. when tom says we can save the world and do it together believe him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
♪ (indistinct chatter) woman: oh, angela prescott went all out again. man: it's the first public event angela's held all year. wants to show off the golden child. sure his brothers are thrilled, being upstaged by the war hero. are they even re? i saw caleb earlier looking miserable. oh, well, wouldn't you be if your trust was frozen? (both chuckle) you're such a gossip. emcee: ladies and gentlemen, gather around. (chatter quiets) the prescotts have been sponsoring this gala for 20 years, and no one knows more about giving than their youngest son, wyatt. and no one makes them prouder. so it only seems fitting that he present this year's prescott donation of $5 million. so with no further adieu, please let me introduce lieutenant wyatt pre