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one of his favote songs. >>an emotional and at times a joyful celebration of life held today at staples cent in los angeles the lakers legend kobe bryant and his young daughter gian a lot of familiar faces in that crowd. it has been almost a month since a died in that helicopter craswas 7 oters on board today mo than 20,000 fans friends and family gathered to say. >>goodbye to koby and hn chris wolfe is live in wntown los angeles outside staples center with a wrap-up on today's emotional sendoff of the basketball legend chris. >>yes and it was so amazing hearing all those personal stories about kobe bryant. as i said rlier you really think you know everything about a person, but you lear so much more on a day like today. koby bryant ll be remembered as a dedicated d loving husband and father. he s a sports supersar with a
passion for basketball business. and film. this is the celebration of life for nbastar kobe bryant. his daughter gianna andpeople described as their friend the other 7 victims of the deadly helicopter crash january 26. talk show host jimmy kimmel fought back tears with his tribute. don't think. us. that of imagined this. fe vanessa bryant. thk the world for its tpouring of love and talked about her late 41 year old husband and 13 year-old daughter. gigi. >>i never get to e my baby girl walked down the aisle. have a father daughterance th her daddy. dance on the
dance oowith we're happy because of around. >>i have no idea how i deserved a man that loved and wanted me more than koby. he was charismatic. the gentlemen. he was loving during and romantic. >>mily friends fellow lakers past and prest joined other celebrities froe entertainment industry and thousands of fans for the svice at the home of the lakers staples center in downtown los geles roads around the stadium were closed and security was tight. >>i grew up watching kobe bryant game after game. bring after ring, living his greatness without apology. i of every part of the e him 2 competition is covering my dear friends. >>it was like little brother. everyone always nted to talk. about the comparisons. that review i
talked. >>the ceremony closed with a viewing ofkobe bryant's oscar-winning animatedshort film titled dear basketball about how he fell in love with the game at the age of 6 for now reporting live in downtown los angeles, i'm chris wolfe. report maine time vanessa bryant is suing the isnd express helicopters for the deaths of her husband and 13 year-old daughter. hat lawsuit claims that island eress is liable for the actis taken by the pilot who was also killed. the complaint alleges that the pilot did not properly monitor the weather nor abo the flight due to unsafe conditions. no financl figures were disclosed, but the lawsuit is seeking general economic and punitive damages. >>for next. i pe that survivors will see that in
this justice system prosecuto judges and juries believe that. >>after days of deliberation a jury has found disgraced movie producer haey weinstein guilty on 2 of the 5 counts against him. the67 year-old was found guilty of committing a criminal act in the first degree involving one woman and rape in the 3rd degree involving another woman, howev, the jury acquitted weinstein on a more serious charges of predatory assault. the conviction was seen as a long-overdue reckoning for weinstein who was arrested in 2018 following a torrent of accusationsfrom more than 90 women. the case gave rise to the me too movement weinstein is set to be sentced on march 11th. he could face up to years in prison. weinstin faces additional charges in los angeles where he's accused of raping one another in separate incidents over a 2 day period. back in
2013. let's t a check of weather around the bay area have been at 4 zone forecast and lawrence is back to fill us yeah guys been looking for some rain here wod like to get that going on for some right now doesn't look like it's going to happen now before the end of the month, so that will be some kind of reco set. >>once the lease tied a record ck in 1860 for outside right now the clear skiesabout as clear as can be for this time ofyear as we've got high pressure overhead offshore was making her beautiful side look at that fr timber on this evening, the lights ki of lighten up there the golden gate bridge lit up as wellnd rain out there to speak of as high pressure sits overhead so these temperatures running wl above the average ofsome places much as 13 degrees above normal how about 74 degrees in livermore concord 75 in santa rose today, 70 in san jose 68 degrees in oakland and 66 degrees in san francisco. all these numbe well above the average for this time of year we've been trying to bring some rain drops into the bay area usually this a very wet time this year it has not happened high pressures jt been too strong. here's our long-range
forecast, we'lshow you the potential to maybe bring a chance some showers the bay area as we get the weekend right now that ridge just to strong that's going to keep hings nice and clear through tomorrow and probably wednesday, ybe a few high clouds on wednday then on thursday and friday things begin to change we start to see that ridge starts to break down a few more clouds bin then we get the weekend and you see this locus will make its way down in the bay area not very well organized you can see the rain just scattered about soa slight chance of some scaered light showers onsunday relive he at this point and some snow up in the erra nevada behind that there's not mu impact. i think we're not goingto see any significant rain to maybe e second week in march of that happens at all 63 degrees expected high in downtown san francisco tomorw 67 in the mission about 62 in daly city inside e bay, beautiful weather 66. and burni him 70 in foster city 73. and now 73 in campbell to 74 in san jose temperatures getting near 80 degrees and live more by tomorrow afternoon 77 and conquer 77 al in danville
about 75 in pittsburgh 76 degrees in the pa valley 78 degrees and sunny in santa rosa 59degrees in sandra temperatures stay well above the average much cooler over the weekend with a slight chance of ra drops a new study tries to determine cause is fo accidental poisonings in children. we'll tell you at was found and next why an extra helping of food at breakfast could help you tom steyer will beat donald trump on the economy. his people over profits plan makea livingage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in californ. and provides 10% tax cut for everne making under $250,000.
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>>youreah tonight, enjoying a big breakfast can actually help you rn more calories throughout the day well that's what they y it's a good to a new stdy in the joual of clinical in tow chronology and metabolism researchers studied a group of young men with a normal body mass index and they found that the number of calories burned was much higher when they ate a bigger breakfast ana small dinner, the scientist concluded the best becau it takes more ergy to process a meal in the morning than it does at night the us food and drug administration approved a new chosterol medication iday next what hall is a once-daily tablet and alternative for millions of patients who can't take or don't respond well to staten us. >>the company says it's the first or all non staton drug the new drug could be come s. available as early as late march nexus 6 o'clock an incredible rescue in marion
countywilderness you've been hearing about it for more than a week. >>the search and rescue team thatfinally located a missing how also couple wall street banks took advantage of millions of americans ding the recession. so, my wife kat and i took action. we started a non-profit community bank with a simple theory - give peopla fair deal and real economic power. invest in the community. in businesses owned by women and people of color. affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could u right now.
survival tonight on four's toresist asked here explains the n details we're learning abouthe situation. >>so tell me walk through what what did you first hear how did you know you foun them. >>when we first turn in a cell like hello tunnel question me and then shortly after that they started yelling r help bree dense underowth lots of oak trees falling down, there's a lot of blackberries and other all over the place. >>marin county sheriff's search and rescue lunteer high school student qucy webster, and rich caissons wi his golden retriever assiment found thmissing uple they recounted how the couple afirst, didn't believe her es and earand we were saying. >>for a arch rescue are coming hold on. and we just crashed through the bushes, yeah can them. and th were just so hay to see they want real they're li. we're join because they didn't expect it what did they see >>of fed. first i think the
analysis for if we're really to help them and we are reassur him that yeah we're for real and we'rgoing to get you out here it is and has to be pension or anhing i you know we had accrued over with us and ey got to put a little bit and i kind of helps relax a little quincy had go up e hill always to try make radio contact through a coue other teams to relay wn the pace that we actually found him a what was the response when you heard the radio read yohave to 4 or 5 times people be more believe in and they were like you found my life their conscious. they're doing a good day. >>i couldn't believe myself seeing them right there and so people on the radio for liely than the their first wow both say theyemain all about and ability to stay alive or 8 days and that chilly lderness. >>where temperatures sunk sometimes into the 30's. the so had no food with them or
water. the how did they courting tea here for so many >>carol is an herbalist and ey were able to eat me. >>lants that were safe and there some muddy water that they were kind of drink and so of so th just made it just managed >>the coupleremains in the spital morne county recovering from their ordeal fami members are coming in from all over the country to be by their side. they've declined to talk publicly about what they endud 5 promised to do so whenthey fully recover. theresa kron 4 news. >>the trump administration's new public charge a rule takes effect today that rule makes it more difficult for some migrants to gain entry into correspondent alexander lmon tells us the effects are all could have on iigration and on the us ecomy. >>the trump administration's public charge rule could withhold green card or visa
renewals if an immigrant has received or is considered likely to receive too much public sistance it reinforces and effectively reinstates the american legal tradition of self-sufficiency. live their lives with us here in america ken cuccinei is the acting deputy secretary f homeland security the puic charge rule will filter out a small portion of people who apply for green cards, the rule also considers other factors like age income and dependents, the migration policy institute found that over the past 5 years, 69% of green card applicants had at least one factor that wi now be considered negative from stable under the same rules that e trump administration's not implement >>president trump's own grandfather, his wife, his in laws uld not be able to become residents of this country criticssay the rule change will rt immigrants who need the benefits most and
could also harm the us economy. the us needs legal migrants coming here in order to continue the economic growth that we've seen the us economy certainly doesn't need the public chges. public charge is someone who is expected toe a cost to the taxpayers whilehe rule faces court is allowing it to go into effect in the meantime in washington alexandraeigh mound. >>the pioneering mathematician whose work inspired the film hiddenfigures has passed away in the 19 50's in 1960's, katherine johnson was rt of pool. a group of ts computer mathematicians his computations power, the rst successful space missions that she was a leader in the gro the group's black women members were critical to the accomplishmen made by the time just retired in the mid 80 she had p the moon's surface ahead the 1969 landing and help astronauts on board the apollo 13 nd safely ck on earth. >>and 2015 president obama
honored her with the presidential medal of freedom for her into for rk american space travel. she was 101 years. >>every day more than 300 people under the age of 19 are treated in emergcy rooms for poisoning that according to the cdc, many times just because child ingested medine without a paret or grandparent knowing about it. we now a new tudy aims to figure out why that has become a common occurrence mandy gaither has more. >>theoison prevention packaging act passed in 1970 reqred a number of household items like cleaning chemicals flammable liquidsand prescriptions to have child-resistant packaging cidental medication poisoning can on the field run fell significantly back then but a new study in thejournal of pediatrics says and the last 20 years the use of dications has gone up d so have unintended medication exposures in young children.
researers analyzed nearly 4500 calls to 5 us poison centerover an 8 month period in 17. they found more than of the prescription medicine exposures in children happenedecause the medication had been previously removed from the original parents and grndparents took pills outo remember to take them are to makit easier to travel. the studshows. the authors say efforts to reduce child medication poisonings should encourage ults to keep medication and child resistant packagg and out of reach children for today's health minute. i'm mandy gaither. >>koby bryant and his daughter memorialized today in la cage and jason will set you up a bay area sports night with thr oughts otheceremony and a look ead to the sights and sounds from stles center. that's coming . >>plus justin bieber breaks a rd held by tellus what
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turnout was nothing short of incredible moving speeches from all kinds of parts. jason we're going to talk about this a lot more coming up on bay area sports night tonight at 07:00pm but what were our initial impressions of that memorial it w amazing, you know over 20,000 people there yohad your fans who are able get some tickets and then family obviously and then you know the basketball world and some celebrities o are closer close to kobe bryant. >>and you had your mes where you're laughing and your moments here your tearing up. off for lack of a better for for gigi. and februy 24, 2020 is probably going to be a dathat sports fans and maybe just people in general. for ever. >>and i would agine that ey go forward you know them beable todo something in the us can will air that memorial
service that they have for koby but up it was very touching and just to set off like that him and his daughter sent was fitting for the impa that he had on the jordan was their skill and will is there steph cury draymond green there so i'm a big turnout from a lot of people watch and respect kelly bryant's career. >>like i said we're going to on an all-new bay area sports night tonight at that plus the latest going onwith the warriors and a lot more make sure you check it out on kron on ken pam, we'll see th thank you guys well less th 2 weeks after justin bieber releases new album. he is now celebrating anotr hievement and the biebs just broke arecord previously held by elvis e year-old album changes debud at the top of the billboard 0 chart. it became his 7th number one album making him thyoungest olo artist to achieve that many. >>he eclipsed elvis presley on that honor the king had 7 number e albums in 1961 just before his 27 birthday, the returns 26 on march 1st. all right, let's about site now
get a look at the weather outside a act guys looking good out there right now ear skies all around the bay area. >>offshore winds going to blow tonight and that will keep your skies clear all the way to the coastline. tonight as we are going to wake up tomorrow to beautiful skies like this one that some of the lors in your skies usually filled up with a clouds in this time of year hey can you see the moon out there on the horon so yeahwe've got a nice evening out there for tonight, tomorrow's going to be another ce day ahead temperares are running up in the 50's in the 60's right now by tomorrow afternoon. for some of these temperatures yeah we're going toget near 80 degrees some ofthe thank you for being with us tonight, we'll see at 8 o'clock have a good night. we choose to go to the moon in this decade
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harvey weinstein tan away in handcuffs. they took his walker. >> he needed assistance walking out of the courtroom by veral officers. exclusive reaction to his historic guilty verdict. >> i was jumping for joy. then kobe yant's widow words. >> inside the celebration of life and groot to therescue. >> how they found e couple lost for eight