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he expects excellence out of everyone, but he also provides the kind of support that allows you to be that person. mike called to tell me, you should be proud of what you've done and your name should be on that project. he has faith in you, he believes in you. it was about always showing up and doing your best. i always knew that he had my back. he was raised by an extraordinary woman, she supported him all along the way and that's very much a part of who he is. mike supports women, he promotes women, and he respects women. live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> breaking news on kpix 5 and
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streaming on cbsn bay area , stocks plunging for a second straight day thanks in part to fear over the coronavirus. >> and the driver in a hit and run that killed a 12-year-old girl in castro valley has turned himself in. good afternoon. i am michelle griego. >> and i am kenny choi. we will get right on over to kpix 5's jackie ward who has the latest on this case. jackie? >> reporter: kenny and michelle, made the interview with the man who hit and killed the 12-year-old girl was brief because he refused to answer any questions. chp says 24-year-old joshua byrne of hayward is the man who was behind the wheel that ran over to the girls yesterday afternoon. >> he turned left and collated into lana who suffered fatal injuries. >> reporter: lena carlos is featured here with her sister
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jaydn. she was a student at creekside middle school . >> she made all of the right decisions. it only takes one person to make the wrong decision through in everybody's life. it does hit home. >> reporter: people who live near the intersection of crow canyon road and manter road urged drivers to slow down. it is private surveillance video from the neighborhood that played an insurmountable role. >> you expect your child to come walking home from school. i cannot imagine if that is my kid. >> they're currently being held at the jail and jackie ward, kpix 5 . specters vehicular manslaughter and meanwhile the school where they attended the superintendent says that today
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is a day of mourning. >> the family is in our hearts and prayers and we love all of area students and have tried to see that this shakes you to your core. >> counselors are available for anyone who needs them. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. there is a new detail in the case of those ramming a police car and about 9:00 last night in san francisco to ship homeless men were hit by an suv that had driven out onto the sidewalk and one of them is now in the hospital with injuries described as life-threatening and the other man is expected to survive they have reason to believe that this was a targeted attack. >> we received for the information that the occupants of the car were yelling and
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making threatening statements to several people on the street . >> after they were hit police were called to a report of shots fired in the area of crown terrace and when they got there they found the suv suspected and it intentionally hit their patrol car. they detained the driver and the passenger and the driver from patterson is in jail and the young woman was later released among the charges facing right now, attempted murder, aggravated assault, and battery on a peace officer. a driver is in custody after a chase over the bay bridge and they were in pursuit of a suspect that they thought was involved in a shooting when that car started heading towards san francisco and was arrested at the scene. the driver was not involved but had other warrants out for her
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arrest. which is learning the ntsb has concluded the driver of a tesla who died in a crash two years ago was playing a video game on his smart phone at the time. the board has been recommending automakers stop allowing drivers to use these systems without paying attention by disabling phones when the car is moving. we are hours away from the next democratic presidential debate in south carolina. senator bernie sanders is leading the pack but he is not the candidate they say who can beat president trump and danya bacchus is in charleston with a look ahead. >> reporter: there is a lot at stake in south carolina. it is that the gilyard center here in charleston and they will try to
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make a push to sway undecided voters here in south carolina. bernie sanders will likely have a target on his back at the presidential debate. >> i share his ideals but i also believe that we must make promises that we can keep in the selection. >> reporter: candidates like pete buttigieg is saying his promises are unrealistic. >> reporter: michael bloomberg will be looking to rebound after the rough debate and former vice president joe biden needs a strong showing in south carolina to get his campaign back on track. >> people are just waiting and watching the debate to see what candidates come out with the best policies for the best action.
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>> reporter: seven candidates will be on stage here in charleston and is the last chance voters will get to see them side-by-side before the primary and next week's super tuesday contest. >> african americans represent 60% of the vote in south carolina and all of the candidates know that their support is critical. >> what we need is clear answers to the issues facing this country called america. >> 54 delegates are at stake at the primary and on super tuesday 1300 delegates are up for grabs. and since there is so much at stake your weekend expect a fiery debate tonight with the candidates possibly attacking each other right away when we speak to voters in south carolina they said they will pay attention to is where the candidates stand on the issues that matter to them and it is jobs and the economy and gun policy. >> danya bacchus, thank you. tom steyer will be on the
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debate stage tonight after failing to qualify for the last one and i asked margaret brennan about what we can expect from steyer in south carolina . >> steyer has put a lot of money into south carolina and that is one of the things that joe biden says is a factor working against them. the decline among the black vote from november until this point that joe biden has seen thinning out of support blaming on tom steyer spending millions of dollars on ads and hiring a lot of local people here in south carolina to work on his campaign. he has outspent joe biden and it needs to show that that money was building out a platform on which he can make the argument that even though he is an outsider that he can actually have executive leadership and come to washington in a way
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that works with congress to get things done. speaking in much the debate hosted by cbs news right here on kpix 5 starting at 5:00 pm and local news will be streaming on cbsn bay area on and a special edition of kpix 5 news at 8:00 . another brutal day on wall street. the dow jones is down more than 700 points one day after falling 1000 points with investors around the world nervous about the spread of the coronavirus. new at 12:00, the cdc says there is four new cases among cruise ship passengers at travis air force base and two of them are now being treated across the was there is 57 positive confirmed cases but the president said that it is under control in our country. skyler henry reports health officials are working on the cost of the u.s. response. >> reporter: wall street
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opened higher at the start of trading tuesday only to drop into negative territory as the day wore on and the dow jones plummeted 1000 points over concerns about the spread of the coronavirus incites china. italy says more than 300 people have been infected and the outbreak has spread to sicily and in rome they took precaution. >> we're just washing our hands. >> the centers for disease control and prevention warned americans against unnecessary travel to south korea which now has 1000 cases, the second most outside of china. in india president trump tried to downplay fears of outbreak in the united states. >> you may ask about the coronavirus, which is very well under control in our country. >> reporter: the president is asking for $2.5 billion to buy the spread of the illness.
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federal health officials briefed senators about a situation here on capitol hill this morning. lawmakers are mixed on whether 2.5 billion is enough. >> i can't wait. the administration is adapting as they need to and trying to allocate resources where they will be most effective. >> the approach of the administration is inadequate. the supplemental is way below what is needed. >> reporter: the cdc says the question is no longer if we will see the coronavirus spread but when. skyler henry, cbs news, capitol hill. >> the white house is the 2.5 billion would be used for vaccine development and treatment took part of the funding will go to help other nations that are not equipped to handle the outbreak. stay with kpix 5 ,, and cbsn bay area as we bring with the latest in the coronavirus outbreak. retina president trump and first lady are on their way back to washington after a trip to india. at the conclusion of the official state visit, president
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trump announced the countries have agreed on a multibillion- dollar trade deal. the president is popular in india and there was demonstrations in new delhi over a controversial new law excluding muslims from citizenship. also he repeated his call for two supreme court justices to recuse themselves from cases involving him or the trump administration. >> i just do not know how they cannot recuse themselves. >> the president called out ruth bader ginsburg and sonia sotomayor were for what he called inappropriate comments and touch on the recent criticism of the government as well and comments that ruth bader ginsburg made against trump in the campaign. what is next for harvey weinstein. and take a live look in new orleans where mardi gras parades are underway right now. coming up, something is different for fat tuesday this
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year. we are watching the temperatures rise with plenty of sunshine and here is a live look with our treasure island camera and temperatures continue to rise through the afternoon talking the possibility of record high and changes for the weekend. >> do not forget we are streaming on cbsn bay area. you can find us on or your favorite platform. tom steyer will beat donald
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trump on the economy.
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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. right now harvey weinstein
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is in a manhattan hospital one day after being found guilty of sexual assault. he was heading to jail yesterday when he began complaining of chest pain and was rerouted to bellevue. they talked about the conviction on "cbs this morning". >> it was a relief . i felt just very grateful that i had been heard and believed. it feels like we are making progress. >> is now facing up to 29 years in prison and still faces charges in los angeles. there is no apology following investigations and the american guild of musical artists found the opera star engage in inappropriate activity ranging from flotation to sexual advances and he said in a statement that he is truly
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sorry for the hurt that he caused and witnesses told investigators that they feared coming forward because of retaliation and he said that was something he never intended. taking a live look in new orleans where the party is on right now. it is mardi gras parades that are underway signaling the end of carnival season. once this family-friendly part of the day is done more partying will start on bourbon street. something different this year a focus on sustainable throws. organizers say more reasonable items are being tossed from floats in a large portion of them to get recycled. nasa re-creates the view of the dark side of the moon as seen by the astronauts 50 years ago using pictures from the orbiter spacecraft they created a resolution video of the lunar surface, including sunrise. a
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nasa astronaut has a new mission with his eyes set on silicon valley. nick hague joined me on cbsn bay area early to talk about why science on the space station is so unique. >> it is unbelievable what changes when gravity is taken out of the equation tickets challenges everything that you thought you knew about your universe around you. a changes when you start to see that and that changes what we can discover when we take gravity away it opens up new possibilities to understand the world around us and the things that affect our lives with medicine and materials. it helps us improve life on the ground. speak you can watch the full interview on cbsn bay area. you can find it on . we are watching those temperatures rise, kenny and
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michelle. i will keep watching those temperatures climbing through the afternoon today it is the warmest day of the week and here is a live look with the salesforce tower camera looking east. check it out. we are talking 60s and 70s right now and this is just the start as we go through the rest of the day. it is mid 60s for you in oakland and 67 in san francisco and mid- 70s for san jose. 24-hour temperature change and we are warmer compared to yesterday at this time. 11 degrees warmer in san jose and 11 degrees warmer in napa and 80 degrees warmer in san francisco right now and here is what you can expect with the warm temperatures and record high is possible through the rest of today. it will stay warm to the work week but changes for the weekend with cooler temperatures and also the chance to see a shower on sunday. in the meantime the high
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pressure and control for us around the ridge we are drawing in those northerly winds and the light offshore wind is helping to warm us up. on the futurecast you can see all of that sunshine for today. that will continue wednesday, thursday, friday, and then changes for the weekend with cooler weather. the daytime highs are looking at low 70s in oakland, fremont, and 80 degrees in santa rosa. here is the extended forecast and what you can expect with plenty of sunshine for wednesday and thursday and a few more clouds. it is much cooler saturday and especially for sunday this point looking at the chance for a shower or a sprinkle on sunday. we will be right back. vo: while other candidates argue
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about health care, mike bloomberg has a record of doing something. as mayor, he protected women's
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reproductive rights. expanded health coverage to 700,000 new yorkers. and decreased infant-mortality rates to historic lows. as president, he'll build on obamacare, cap medical costs, and will always protect a woman's right to choose. mike bloomberg: a record on health care nobody can argue about. mike: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. it is a gift. the popular peanut butter brand releases a jar with the name spelled with a g instead of a j
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. the critters that it should be a soft g and the limited- edition jars are on sale for $10 on amazon. >> at the debate continue. a reminder, if you have a consumer problem or a question, you can email us at, or you can call our hotline at (855) 5- helps-u. we will be right back. we choose to go to the moon in this decade
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and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard. we choose to go to the moon not because it is easy but because it is hard. or create a world at peace, remember that america is best when we strive to do big things, even when it's hard. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. coming up on kpix 5 news at
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5:00 , she was trapped on the south china sea until cambodia allowed her crew ship to dock and how it women's vacation was turned into a nightmare. our local news will be streaming on cbsn bay area on during the debate at 5:00 which you can six stream on and we will have a special edition of kpix 5 news at 8:00 . >> that is it for kpix 5 news at 12:00. let's have outside . we are heading out to get out of here. have a great afternoon. fior our, 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.
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that's the truth. that's tom steyer. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
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vomike bloomberg has a recordgue of doing something. as mayor, he protected women's reproductive rights. expanded health coverage to 700,000 new yorkers. and decreased infant-mortality rates to historic lows. as president, he'll build on obamacare, cap medical costs, and will always protect a woman's right to choose. mike bloomberg: a record on health care nobody can argue about. mike: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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♪ >> ridge: oh, thank you for bringing these. they're my favorite. >> steffy: [ chuckles ] you're welcome. so, did you know it was coming? >> ridge: did i know what was coming? >> steffy: thomas dropping to one knee to propose to zoe? >> ridge: [ sighs ] well, dad and i talked to him, and, um, wanted to know if that proposal was about zoe or if it was about hope. >> steffy: and what did thomas say? >> ridge: wants to get on with his life, he said. >> steffy: okay. skipping down lovers lane hand-in-hand with zoe? >> ridge: yeah, it's what he wants. >> steffy: and you believe that? >> ridge: yes. what's that face, you don't? >> steffy: [ sighs ] you know, i want to support him, i do, but...i guess we'll se


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