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after what they thought was the final signal from the cell phone. they are not sure what it means at this point. they are looking into that. we also learned the hotel where 19-year-old alyssa byrne was staying, we learned there is a room to room search going on right now, it continues on right now and the surrounding areas will be wrapping up. first, let's hear from her father this morning. a father who is here in the area searching for his daughter. >> my level of hope is that she is out there. if you are, just come home. we live you, miss you. anybody that information, please call the tip line that is established. we want to hear any tip. >> reporter: she was with friends that music festival on new year's eve night on the campus of the south lake tahoe
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community college. south of here. the friends that she was with that night say she left that event early on new year's eve night to return to the hotel. those friends say she was spotted there by -- or was spotted that hotel by a reliable source after midnight on -- in the morning of january 1. and there has been no sign of her sense. the search was expanded today and they were looking in snow banks around the casino and areas around the music event in south lake tahoe. last cell phone activity was that music festival. but it appears they have discovered an additional signal. >> we are still analyzing that data and we don't yet know if it is a phone call or a text.
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takes a little bit to determine that. and we still don't know the exact location of its use. >> reporter: there were two tweets left on her account on december 31. the final one was at 3:49 p.m. where she is in this tweet, says she just lost all trust in the person she trusted most. an earlier tweet that day said after tonight you will never be a part of my life, a new year, you will never be a part of. you are nothing to me. it is difficult to know what to make of the tweets. the sheriff's department says they are not ready at this point to positively attribute the tweets to her but they are looking into that. they say there is no reason to believe that there is -- they
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can think of no reason why she would not contact parents, friends or relatives, saying that would be very much unlike this 19-year-old. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> coming up, alyssa byrne's disappearance jars memories in her home town. the unique connection to poly clasp. clasp. a fight between a father and son today. police say the father called 911 at 2:30 a.m. this morning to report he had been stabbed four times. when police arrived, his son had a head injury. both were taken to the hospital and both are expected to survive. no word on what caused the fight. we are learning new information about the killing of a businessman. the information comes on the same day one of the four people
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arrested appeared in court. ktvu's alex savage has been uncovering details and is here now with what he learned. >> reporter: this afternoon i looked through a divorce filing in the case. it was thousands of pages long. among other things it hints at shady business dealings and a sham divorce. at this point prosecutors aren't saying what motivated the killers. >> reporter: facing a murder charge, he made his first appearance before a judge this afternoon. he did not enter a plea. he is one of four people accused of being involved in the killing of a wealthy businessman during a home invasion at his mansion in november. they also face murder charges. she has a history of
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prostitution. police and prosecutors wouldn't talk today about the connection. according to the complaint he was killed with a metal object. the killing happened during a robbery making three of the defendants eligible for the death penalty. >> that is something that is done with the district attorney as well other individuals that he selected to make that decision. that is done on all cases. i am not going to guess on this case. >> reporter: today we are learning more. he owned mountain vinery and a cell phone company. in this divorce filing he is accused of shady business dealings. one partner claimed the divorce was on paper only. a way to shield assets. he was heavy into drugs and
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alcohol spent time with prostitutes. >> reporter: all three defendants were charged with murder. they will come back to court tomorrow to appear together. i checked in today with the police department, a surgent said it is likely -- sergeant said it is likely more people could be arrested. alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. police arrested a suspect in a office party stabbing. he was picked up on the night of the homicide, december 21. police say they have confirmed he attended a party in north san jose. an argument broke out in which he stabbed a man who later died at the hospital. he ran from the scene but they were able to track him down. he is being held without bail. a woman is lucky to be alive after a scare earlier today. police say she became
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disoriented this morning and turned on to railroad tracks. she was almost at auto mall parkway when she got stuck. she saw a train, flashed and th was able to stop. today a new session of congress convened in washington, d.c. and the first order of business whether to reelect john boehner and nancy pelosi. scot mcfarland tells us, the vote was close. >> the margin of victory was narrow but john boehner is speaker of the house. >> reporter: yes, he got the standing ovation and yes, he teared up again during his victory speech. >> if you have come here to carry the leadership demanded by the times then you have come
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to the right place. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: there was going to be a gang of republicans protesting john boehner. >> reporter: about a dozen voting for other candidate. nancy pelosi again the minority leader. >> the strength upheaver democracy will be advanced by bold action. >> reporter: in 2011, 2 dozen democrats bailed on nancy pelosi, voting someone else to be speaker. this time just a handful. including a georgia democrat. >> there are lot of places in the country where the agenda is outside the main stream. you got people who need to campaign as moderates and they need to go to washington and
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keep distance between them and the leadership. >> reporter: but only a few. nancy pelosi had kind words for john boehner saying he is a leader who earned the confidence of his conference and the respect of his colleagues. ktvu channel 2 news. >> newly elected members of congress were sworn in today. he represents california's second district talked about his first day. >> no matter how much you think you can prepare for a day like this, the sense of history, everything that has gone on on the floor of the house of representatives, it is powerful. >> they are expected to address the debt limit, immigration and gun control. parents in connecticut sent their children back to school for the first time since the sandy hook elementary school
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shooting. it was crafted to be as normal of a day as possible. >> reporter: this morning school buses picked up students in newtown. less than three weeks after a gunman killed 26 at sandy hook elementary school, classes resumed. >> the kids got off the bus. a lot were happy to see friends. >> reporter: this school is now renamed sandy hook elementary school. signs welcomed the students to help them feel comfortable. their desks were brought from the old campus to the new school and parents was able to stay with the children today. >> counselors, therapy dogs. parents. everybody was happy to get back in the swing of things. >> reporter: having police guarding the school. today checking
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>> we don't want them to think this is a police state. this is a school. >> reporter: connecticut's governor announced a new commission to review gun laws, mental health support and school safety. >> we don't know the cause behind this tragedy and we probably never will. not in a way that will make sense of what happened on that day. but that cannot be an excuse for inaction. >> they expect a report by march 15. police haven't released details about what motivated the gunman to shoot his mother and gunning down 26 people and shooting himself. former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords talked with new york city mayer for almost an hour today about his push for tougher gun control laws. gabrielle giffords was almost killed when she was shot two years ago. senate majority leader harry reid is joking about his interaction with speaker of the house john boehner.
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we told you that john boehner told harry reid to go blank himself during the negotiations over the fiscal cliff. john boehner's language doesn't bother harry reid. he was joking about it while discussing dark spots on his face. >> the marks on my face has nothing to do with the fiscal cliff or the disagreements that speaker of the house john boehner and i have. it is from being pale and living in the desert. >> harry reid's office says it is the result of a preventative procedure. he says the contract for the gavin newsom show runs through january. this is him appearing on another show. as we reported yesterday, al
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jazeera is requiring carbon tv. he says he has taped two shows that have yet to air. giants star sergio romo laps himself in trouble. -- lands himself in trouble. what he is accused of. >> high clouds moving in to the bay area. coming up the temperature change tomorrow morning and chilly over night lows and when shower chances resurface in the bay area forecast. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy.
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14.5million vehicles sold last year. 13% more than the year before. >> people are coming in and happy to buy cars. not just because they have to, they want to. >> reporter: failure to resolve the fiscal cliff could have derailed it. >> before christmas we saw a lull. and we were worried worried. >> reporter: just in the past few days business has been brisk. >> they think the product is good value and what we have to offer is good right now. >> makes me happy. i am car shopping right now. >> i am shopping for something that will get me around safely. >> reporter: confident you will get a good deal? >> very confident. >> reporter: when people decide to spend money on high ticket items, that means the
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confidence is solid. >> in 2008 when everything crashed i put off buying a car. i don't know what is going to happen so i waited. >> i think it improved a lot over the last couple years. you look that home prices, they stabilized. you look at a lot of companies are hiring now. >> reporter: very important, future success depends on this new congress putting the economy over politics. consumer editor tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. the good news from the auto industry didn't help wall street today. the dow up wn 2to 13,391. the nasdaq is dwon 11 at 3,100. the s&p is down 3 at 1,459. a lot of americans are unhappy with their jobs. 1-3 employees plan to look for a new job. 1-5 will be lacking in the --
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looking in the first three months. less than 40% expect to get a raise or cost of living increase this year. they surveyed 2200 people in november. a warning for anyone who owns a subaru. a half million are being recalled. 634,000 cars and suvs are being recalled because of lights over heating and causing fires. the company says the effected cars will be fixed at no cost. for a complete list of the recalled vehicles go to san francisco giants pitcher sergio romo was detailed at the airport in las vegas on new year's day.
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he was stopped because he couldn't provide i.d. he got angry and police put him in handcuffs. he was pacing around with clinched fists and acting aggressive. he was sited for violating rules and released. the results of a crack down on child pornography that included arrests in the bay area. called operation sunflower, it began in november. agents have rescued 123 exploited children, including a new born baby who was only 19 days old. >> we arrested 245 people on criminal charges. 222 in the united states. and 23 people over seas. >> the operation spanned 46 states and six countries. there were 36 arrests in california. the most of any state,
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including three in the bay area. the city of east palo alto is expected to request $2.7 million for emergency levy repairs. the levy was damaged when the creek flooded during the heavy rain. several homes had to be evacuated. tonight the city counsel is expected to ratify a declaration making the city eligible for state emergency funding. not the rain but the cold weather we are dealing dealing dealing with. mark tamayo is here to tell us how long it will last. >> bump in the numbers tomorrow morning. but still cold friday morning. even outside right now, the cooling process started. 40s towards fairfield,
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conquered, livermore, antioch, napa. santa rosa 52. san jose 54 degrees. the key change for tonight, we have high clouds approaching the bay area, this could help insulate things. with that, the over night lows tomorrow morning, 1-4 degrees warmer than the temperatures this morning. here is a look at earlier today. santa rosa 27 degrees. conquered 28 degrees. tonight with the cold numbers, patchy frost inland and readings from the upper 20s, 29 to 35 degrees. here is a look at the lows and more 30s on the maps. a little bit of a recovery but not much. santa rosa 30. fairfield 29 degrees. san jose 36. downtown san francisco 42 degrees. yesterday we showed you this
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map, 20s out there, scooted out to the east. coolest locations in the 20s. lots of 30s and 40s. especially towards san francisco and near the coast line. into had afternoon hours, most areas back up into the 50s. nice recovery. look at the green, that links up with the 60s. warmest locations will approach the 60-degree mark tomorrow afternoon. another thing we will be watching into the weekend will be this, the rain making a come back. here we go. model into friday morning, 10:00. saturday we thicken up the clouds and there we go with the rain off shore. a change in the weekend forecast. coming up we will break the rain chances and the timing of the heaviest rain that could be pushing back in. >> thank you. google scored a partial victory when they found the company did not violate laws.
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there was no evidence they unfairly favors their own services. but they find google misused pattens on cell phone technology. google agreed to license the technology to the rivals. >> these essential pattens are the cornerstone of the system that ensure wireless internet devices and cell phones can talk to one another. >> google agreed to stop the problematic practice of including snippets. google issued a statement, as we made clear when the fcc started the investigation we have been open to improvements that would create a better experience. a victim talks about what happened when five armed men burst into his home in san francisco this morning and what
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the men were demanding. >> and police show off the weapons this confiscated on new year's eve and the technology they used to find it. ♪
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a dramatic police chase, an officer injured and a rifle seized. all in a night's work for police chief. this was new year's eve. this started with the sound of gunfire caught on the department's shot spotter. on new year's eve police had
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deployed teams throughout the city on alert for gunfire. so at 10:30 p.m. when they detected the gunfire police were alerted on their laptops. they responded to the scene in 2 minutes. a citizen called 911 and described a car leaving the area. police patrol cars and a helicopter gave chase. the car rammed a patrol car injuring an officer. two people were arrested. a 3rd suspect escaped. >> all four worked very well that night within seconds. that includes technology, police response, help from citizens, and resources as the helicopter. >> police say they tossed an assault rifle capable of firing 100 rounds out of their car.
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a man is facing multiple weapons charges in connection with the incident. police have the censors covering half of the city. they plan to expand the program nis year -- this year. san francisco police are searching for five armed men in a home invasion armory, related to drugs. the victims say five people made their way in through a security gate. one held the victim at gun point and the others ransacked the apartment. they were frustrated by what they could not find. >> kept asking for weed. kept saying where is the 50 pounds. >> after 15 minutes they left taking cell phones, electronics, wallets and cash. no one was seriously hurt. a teen disappears, her mother speaks out as the
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san complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> nearly 20 years ago polly klaas disappeared from her home and if she were still alive she would be celebrating her birthday today. now people are worried about another missing teen, alyssa byrne, we told you about. ktvu's mike mibach is live. i imagine this must be bringing
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back a lot of difficult memories. >> reporter: facebook is playing a role in getting the word out but folks still like to take to the streets, hand out flyers and tape them up on poles like they did two decades ago. >> reporter: 40 miles north of the golden gate bridge -- >> safe. >> the city of petaluma. >> i think it is a safe community and everybody else comes together. >> reporter: working inside this diner we found -- >> i remember when polly klaas happened. i was still in elementary school. that was really hard. >> reporter: today polly klaas would have turned 32 years old. she was kidnapped in october of 1993 and later killed. >> a friend of mine had a printing business and when polly klaas became missing he
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ran thousands of flyers. >> reporter: on this cold january day flyers are back up. a new case, a new missing girl, alyssa byrne. her mother spoke with us today where they awaited any news. >> support. everyone being so great about reposting her picture. it is amazing. >> reporter: they say that is petaluma. the city with the safe, small town feel. >> a lot of people know each other. >> this is the most giving community i have been involved with. >> reporter: alyssa byrne is taking classes at college. her dream is to be a firefighter. 5'3", 120 pounds. last seen in the area of south lake tahoe. mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. >> and coming up, ktvu's ken
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pritchett is live in nevada where the such is going on and he will have the latest information. a vigil held in san francisco where a man was stabbed to death last weekend. [ singing ] >> this morning people prayed for him. investigators say he was stabbed early sunday. they began holding vigils. judge announced he is retiring. he will step down two weeks from tomorrow. the judge turned 70 at the end of the month and served the court in various positions. he most recently served as judge of family court. governor jerry brown will appoint his replacement.
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the state department said secretary of state hillary clinton is recovering and eager to return to work. >> some of the senior staff who spoke to her say that she is sounding terrific, upbeat, ready to go, looking forward to getting back to the office. >> hillary clinton was released from the hospital yesterday. she is being treated to dissolve a blood clot. her illness began with a stomach flu that led to a fainting spell that led to a concussion. she is committed to testifying on the attacks on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. he may not give up his role as soon as expected. he said he would stay on the job till the presidential inauguration on january 21 but with fiscal cliff negotiations half done, and another debate over raising the debt ceiling, some are saying he may stay on
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longer. a spokesperson is denying the rumors. in 6 hours from now crews will get a look at the bay lights exhibit on the bay bridge. pictures here show a simulation. crews began putting in the lights on the bridge's west spannen september. a lighting -- span in september. a rare sighting of a river otter is drawing quite the crowd. ktvu's lorraine blanco has more on the animal and how his hormones is why he might leave the bay area. >> reporter: dozens are making the trek down there hoping to get a look at a river otter. it is becoming a symbol of hope for all wildlife. >> reporter: he plays among the
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ruins. a popular spot for tourists. >> we were staying over here and we saw the otter. it was funny. >> reporter: sam first spotted in september was the first river otter seen in san francisco in decades. >> very playful. fun loving. >> he went down and did that a few times. >> i am standing where i think he might be building a nest and hoping he will pop out. >> we captured this great whale close to shore. she tells us wild life making a home next to a big city is a positive sign. means we are doing better to protect our water. >> he can hunt in the ocean.
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he has fresh water. great. great place for him. >> reporter: one thing he does not have here is a mate. they wonder if the otter will move on. live in san francisco, lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. shocking accusation surrounding a milkshake. what is the reason a teen drugged her parents. >> and we heard plenty of west nile but there is a new illness that could be a bigger threat. why it is even more dangerous. ♪
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a central california teen and friend are facing charges, accused of drugging her parents. a 15 and 16-year-old mixed sleep medicine into a couple milkshake that they brought home to the parents. the parents stopped drinking the milkshake because they tasted funny but not before falling asleep. >> felt groggy. had a headache. they felt something was strange. >> the parents took a drug test and they then turned them in to
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police. a virus could migrate to the united states this year. the virus is found in central africa and asia and there is no vaceen or treatment. -- vaccine or treatment. the study found the new york area could be hit in august and september. in atlanta the risk runs from june through september. and miami could be at risk all year long. san jose police say an 82- year-old woman was struck and killed. she is the first traffic death of the year. she was hit last night at 6:00 p.m. police say she was crossing the road when she was hit by a truck. the driver stopped and cooperated with police and investigators say they don't think alcohol or drugs played a
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role. scientists examining a 2 billion-year-old rock from mars say it could be a missing link. they say the rock is older than most they have studied and contains more water. the rock was discovered in 2011. about 65 have been recovered on earth. new rules at san francisco's homeless shelters, what the city is doing to keep violence from coming inside. >> high clouds moving in to the bay area right now, how much of a temperature jump for your friday? vñ
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life in homeless shelters is difficult and dangerous. now san francisco is implementing a new code of conduct. rob roth is here to explain how it will work. >> reporter: hundreds of homeless people are inside this shelter south of market street and next month the shelters will enforce a new code of conduct aimed at making shelters safer inside and outside. >> reporter: all is peaceful today. some people said sometimes fights break out. she is in charge of the programs. >> people jockey from lines or they have a beef with someone and they see that person
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standing in line. >> reporter: february 15 trouble makers will no longer be allowed inside for the night. homeless people applaud the new rule. >> allows the people inside to feel safe. they want to be safe. >> reporter: current rules allows workers to remove trouble makers if trouble happens inside but there was no policy about outside. >> we want to make sure it is nipped in the bud when it happens. >> stabbing or something. >> reporter: worry about that? >> yeah. yeah. >> reporter: today members of occupy sacramento rallied in support of legislation. the proposal seeks to end the
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criminalization of homelessness. and it requires cities to make rest rooms and showers available 24 hours a day. >> it is important. helps get people out of the situation. >> reporter: supporters say the measure is a year away from a full vote. reporting live in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. two bay area cities named among the healthiest in the country. san francisco was the healthiest, followed by salt lake city and san jose. starting today coffee lovers have a new option. starbucks launched a new reusable plastic cub. it costs $1 but will give users a 10 cents discount every time
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they use it. starbucks hopes to sever 5% in reusable cups by 2015. hormel foods is buying skippy brand. skippy is the leading peanut butter brand in china and number two in the world. the sale includes factories in arkansas and china. the new deal should help expand its market in china. ever fallen asleep while driving? the centers for disease control found 1-25 people has reported falling asleep while driving. drowsy drivers also pose a serious risk. statistics found that 2.5% of fatal car crashes and 2% of non- fatal crashes involve drowsy
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drivers. two unions are joining forces. the merger joins the national union of healthcare workers with the nurse's association. the development is a blow to the service employees union. half work in healthcare and the new union will expect to lure kaiser workers away. another cold night but residents are being asked to avoid burning wood tonight. a live look from the berkeley hills. officials haven't called today a spare the air day which would make wood burning illegal but they are asking people to avoid lighting fires if possible. spare the air day were called for monday and tuesday. violaters face fines starting at $100. our chief meteorologist bill martin is off tonight but mark tamayo filling in.
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what do you think? >> not as cold but still cold. upper 20s and lots of 30s. you still want to get the coats and the sweaters ready tomorrow morning and for tonight. temperatures dropping off, you can see the 40s. 48 degrees in fairfield. antioch 46. san francisco 52. mountain view 49 degrees. we have a batch of high clouds approaching the shoreline. high clouds approaching the region from the west and northwest. they could help insulate the bay area. but it is a little bump in the numbers. rainfall, break in the rain and you can see we are above normal. very wet december. we had a break over the past few days but that could be changing as we head into the weekend.
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high clouds once again developing in the pacific. for tomorrow high pressure remains in command with partly cloudy skies. cold air filters in from the north. over the weekend the weather system moves in, more clouds saturday and sunday. chance of rain showers by saturday. that possibility kicks in really for the north bay, saturday afternoon and saturday night and rain into sunday. here is our forecast, the batch of high clouds moving in over the next 12 hours. saturday, starting out dry. into the afternoon hours, rain chances on the increase, especially for the evening. and the next system sunday. something we will be tracking over the next few days. temperatures tomorrow, up a few degrees. the warmest locations in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
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morgan hill, gilroy and santa cruz. five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view. we thicken up the clouds and the over night lows raises the over night temperatures. we could be tracking rain this weekend, especially saturday night and sunday. >> thank you. a rescue gone amuck on thin ice. what it took to get everyone out of trouble on christmas day. big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. if your resolution is saving money, safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. now's a good time to pack your lunches. lean cuisine is just $1.99. yoplait yogurt is just 50 cents. resolutions, kept. and charmin is $13.99 for 30 double rolls. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life.
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people enjoying sledding on christmas day, it turned into a rescue gone wrong. watch this. a man fell through ice and those trying to riskue him also fell through -- rescue him also fell through the ice. tossing tubes, tires to pull them out. luckily everyone was rescued and everyone was okay. plan to visit vatican city, bring cash. they are no longer accepting any other forms of payment. they have not complained with safe guards on money laundering. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: seems to be a
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bureaucratic problem and nothing more. that is what we know at the moment. >> it is in the process of improving ways of fighting money laundering. besides the museums they are home to pharmacies, super markets stores and the vatican bank. nascar is denying that it is scoring big on the fiscal cliff. this after a tax break was extended to nascar. they say nascar itself won't see any relief since it doesn't own the tracks. but he argues the deals are an example of congress intervening on nascar's behalf. >> california schools are digging deeper to soldther cost of special education -- shoulder the cosof special education -- cost of special
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education. the report shows the cost to educate a student with disabilities has gone up but state and federal funding remained flat. coming up, we told you about a woman's concern about burglaries in her neighborhood, what happened today. >> and a milestone, why analysts are calling it the biggest change for healthcare in decades.
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