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that is the one i love. that is why i am so confident in our future. make no mistake. there are powerful forces against us. politicians in washington, drug companies, a gun lobby that is willing to sacrifice the lives of our children to line their pockets. and polluters who threaten our coastline and payday lenders who target our most vulnerable. in other places, interests like
these have a tight grip on power. but in california we have the power to stand up to them, and we will. we face serious challenges. some that have been deferred for too long. even in a booming economy, there is a sense that things are not as predictable as they once were. that we must run faster to stay in place. stagnant wages, cost to continue to rise, rent, utilities, the doctor. the basics are out of reach. we face a gulf between the rich and everyone else. it's not just inequality of wealth, it's inequality of opportunity. we have a homeless epidemic that should keep each and every one of us up at night. a achievement gap in our schools that holds back millions of our kids.
too many children know the ache of chronic hunger. i have met families in the state who have the improvise aware to talk to their babies in at night, making nest out of blankets on the floor, or dressers into makeshift cradle to they cannot afford a credit. these are not policy problems, they are moral imperatives. and as long as they persist, each and every one of us is diminished. we are all touched by the human condition. whether we are homeless, jobless, or we can pay the bills, or have safe drinking water at home. we all have our own frailties. our own vulnerabilities. we are susceptible to suffering and disaster. let us resolve to follow the example of the rescuers, and rebuilders in paradise, and
make sure that fellow california residents share in that compassion and empathy that makes our burdens and anxieties easier to bear. our politics don't always reward taking on the hardest problems. the results of our work may not be evident for a very long time. that cannot be our concern. we will prepare for uncertain times ahead. we will be prudent stewards of taxpayer dollars. paying down debt and meeting obligations. we will build and safeguard the largest physical reserve of any state in american history. i want to be clear.
we will be bold, we will aim high, and we will work like how to get there. here in california, we will prove the people of good faith and firm will can still come together to achieve big things. we will offer an alternative to the corruption and incompetence in the white house. our government will be progressive, principled, and always on the side of the people. this will take courage. i know that that is a word that means different things to different people. for me that means doing what is right even when it is hard. that will be the foundation of our administration . we will be california for all. we will not be divided by
world, urban, north, south, coastal, inland. we will strive for solidarity. and face our most threatening problems together. it is with deep faith in our state and future that i ask you to join me in the work ahead. let us be pioneering optimist that look to the future. now with trepidation, but with creativity and boundless energy. this is a time for courage. and we will rise to meet at. our state has been on a journey since the worst of the great recession. we were $27 billion in debt, unemployment was 12%, the worst credit rating of any state in the nation. today our economy is a larger
but all then four nations in the world. we created 3 million jobs, and put away billions of dollars for a rainy day. where washington has failed on the challenge of climate change. california has led, setting bold targets for lowering greenhouse emissions. so much of this progress happened under the watch and the leadership of governor brown.
it has been an honor to serve with him these past eight years, and to learn from him as his lieutenant governor, and throughout my lifetime. when he last took the oath of odyssey reflected on apparel from the sermon on the mound. which tells of a foolish man who built his house on sand. and the storm washed it away. but a wise man sought founder foundation, and when the floods came in the wind blew and beat on the house that he built, it did not fall because it was founded on a rock. for eight years california has built a foundation of rock. our job is not to rest on that foundation, it is to build our house upon it. now more than ever, we california residents know how much i house matters, and children matter. because so
many of our neighbors have lost theirs. let us build a house stronger than the coming storms but open to the world. house that provides shelter to all that needed, and sanctuary to all who seek it. work opportunity abounds, true california house. sunkist, dreams out, and built with the sweat of honest work. we will not have one house for the rich, and one house for the poor. one for the native born and one for the rest. one house for one california.
because what is a house, but a home. in california is our home. in our home every child should be loved, fed, and safe. my wife jennifer and i have four children. there's nothing that's more important than giving them a good and happy life. all children, not just children of a governor and a filmmaker should have a good life in california. they should not be ripped away from their parents at the border. norse they should not be left hungry as politicians pour billions into a wall that should never be built.
in constant fear of eviction, or spend their entire paycheck to keep a roof over head. we are committed to launching a marshall plan for affordable housing. and we will lift up the fight against homelessness from a local matter to a statewide initiative. in our home every person should have access to quality, affordable healthcare. faraway judges and politicians may turn back are progress. we will not waver in our pursuit of guaranteed healthcare for all californians. we will use our market power
and are moral power to demand fair prices for prescription drugs. we will stop stigmatizing mental health and start supporting it. and we will always protect a woman's right to choose. in our home we believe in justice for all. we will defend the progress that we have made to reform our criminal just the system. we will continue the fight against over incarceration and crowding.
and we will in the outrage of private prisons in california for once in for all. in our home working people deserve fair pay. we will fight not just for growth, but for inclusive sustainable growth. we will connect higher education and skill training. in the time of swift and unsettling change. all california residents should be able to rely on a measured to build a dream and an opportunity. if it's a farm, a bookstore, they will get our support. wall california is personal to
me. i won't forget the day that i got a $20 tip busing tables at a restaurant. busboys don't always get tips like that. i know it sounds strange, but it changed my life. it meant that my hard work mattered motivated me to keep going. eight years later i started my own business. i know how much hard work and sacrifice is behind that. california must never turn its back on the entrepreneurial spirit that defines us. in our home when trouble comes we will stand together.
right jennifer? i am glad this is the rehearsal . we will get to this tomorrow. when fire strikes, and kids cry , when the earth shakes we will be there for each other. as a former mayor i learned the wisdom of an african proverb. if you want to go fast go alone, but if you want to go far go together. to my friends in the legislature democrats and republicans alike. i promise you an open door and an open mind.
let's not forget that this is not only the quarters of the capital. i know the pressure that law enforcement faces. the only way to fix the problem is to be empowered to lead the way. i intend to represent all of california. not just those who voted for me. i recognize that many members of the world community feel that sacramento doesn't care about them, that we don't see. icu, and i care about you. and i will represent you with pride.
this notion that we are all in this together is a powerful one. it is how i was raised. my father passed away just before christmas. he was a judge, for him justice was more than a title it was in his bones. he believed that all people should be treated fairly and with respect. that has always been a bedrock california value to me. 15 years ago when i was a new mayor and i heard politicians sneering at california values, i remember what my father
taught me. it's never the wrong time to do the right thing. and that is what we did. in san francisco, two women who've been in love for 50 years had the courage to stand up and say these two most powerful words. i do. and thousands more followed it took a long time but love one. now is the time for courage. it's my pledge to every california resident. no matter what comes out of, i will have your back. if we do this right the progress we make will never be unmade. cesar chavez said you cannot un-
educate the person that has learned to read. you cannot humiliate the person who feels pride. you can oppress the people who are not afraid anymore. there is a story that we tell about our history from setters milled to steve jobs gorge. a place where anything is possible. this is the coast of dreams, that is true. but you shouldn't have to find gold, make it in the movies, or start a billion-dollar starter. it is a dream for everyone in california. everyone should have a good job with fair pay. every child should have a great school and a teacher that is supportive and respective every person should be able to go to
college without crushing debt, or get the training that they need to compete. every senior should have the opportunity to retire with security and live at home with dignity. that is the california dream. it's not take get rich quick. to work hard and share in the rewards. the work we have spoken of today cannot be the job of a governor alone. can only be achieved with the spirit of a young dreamer. young dreamer said i wasn't born in california, but california was born in me. there is a spark and california courage born in all of us.
now more than ever american needs california. they need the guiding light of our values. this is our charge, and that is our calling. now let's get to work. thank you all very much. thank you for indulging my kid. i am humbled and honored. thank you to each and everyone of you. we just heard from california's 40th the governor. gavin newsom. his whole family joined him on stage. is baby boy dodge stole the show for a little while. the governor talking about early childhood programs. let's talk about our analyst.
we heard about homelessness, healthcare, and the incompetence of the trump administration. >> no major surprises. gavin newsom has the momentum. the question will he continue to sell the sizzle? that's going to be the challenge moving forward. he's promised some very ambitious goals. >> when he was the mayor of sam cisco there was a homeless problem it was something he was not able to fix. he has talked about this in his speech. this is a statewide problem. is this a city and county issue? >> you can take homelessness and elevated at a statewide level. is going to take housing, the housing crisis and elevate
that. he has ambitious goals about building 3.5 million housing units by 2025. he has transportation in mine. he is folding it all into a bigger vision of california that is bigger, broader, and deeper. >> that is a lot of money. >> he says we will build the largest physical reserve ever. >> he has about $31 billion. that is the estimate that he needs to spend. half of that is in reserves. he will continue that reserve account, he has half of that that he can fraud and spent. you can't do it all. not all at once. you need a strong economy to do it. that is the test for him. what does that look like? >> you also need a unification. he spoke a number of times about being united and not
divided. he talked about different parts of the state, and differing values. one of the big overtures. >> at the same time drawing strong contrast to the trump administration. is going talk about immigration and security, you really got to put forward a counter to that. he is building on that beginning right now >> do you believe that there is a lot of pressure on him? he tipped his cap to the outgoing governor brown. it's always better to take over losing team because you can only go up. >> i think that's a great question. we've seen ambition
and confidence. when you get it checked by something that happens in the legislature or something comes around that you are not anticipated. how do you make a tug and temper expectations. we have seen someone is trying to develop their lyrical maturity. and still move forward that's a big challenge. >> it's never the wrong time to do the right thing. >> a big day in sacramento. and a big day in oakland. oakland mayor schaaf has been sworn in. and expect delays around levi stadium leading up to the college football championship game tonight.
california caused a much slide along nine miles of pacific coast highway. crews are still cleaning up this mess. caltrans has not estimated when that section will reopen. the storm system caused traffic jams and white out conditions in the sierra near the nevada state line. that opened up around 7:30 am. resorts and tahoe saw between 9- 24 inches. there is even more on the way. this is the first of several storms expected to head over the next 10 days. we are expecting rain for
the next couple of days? >> yes we do have successive systems coming. the storm door is open. an awful lot of the snow you can see the total behind me. look at squaw valley. the if skiing is your thing though there some fun numbers to see. it has been a little messy with all of the rain. take a live look things are starting to clear out. with temperatures 65 degrees. it's going to be a mild day temperature-wise. the wind is calm with lots of rain as we take a live look at storm tracker 2. this is what we are dealing with. cloud cover and a few sprinkles. the north day did catch a
little bit of the system. this is where we are at and this is a much better scenario than where we have been. as we go throughout the day today, cloudy skies with a few sprinkles. temperatures in the upper 50s low 60s and if you spot. this is the upside of the temperatures. we are seeing the morning lows much of lower with all of these rain showers. as we go forward we do have successive storms coming. the next one will be tuesday. there is tuesday morning looking just fine. look at what happened as we get into the evening. 5 pm in the nexus system starts to roll in. i will talk a little more about that when we come back. you can take a real-time weather conditions with you through the ktvu mobile weather app. clemson tigers taken along
the alabama crimson tide. here's a preview from santa clara. >> reporter: after a weekend of a lot of hype and $274 million pouring into this south bay immunity it's time to play some football. the fans are ready. >> fight tigers, fight tigers, fight, calm fight. >> reporter: these fans know each other well. some college football fans say it is time for new blood. the matchup is growing old. what you think of that clemson? >> we say go tigers. >> too bad.
let the best teams play. if it's alabama and clemson. that's what it's going to be. we are going to continue to win. >> reporter: tickets for the game a hot commodity. tickets normally cost $1500 apiece. currently going for much less. the alabama fans could not resist when the prices began to fall around the holidays. >> we got a deal right after christmas and had to jump on it. >> reporter: two bills for game like this? >> reporter: what did you pay for the game like this? >> more than we should've. >> reporter: they are going forward $200. >> we paid more than $200. >> reporter: geography might be the big issue. to teams that had to travel a
lot of miles. it should be a good game. alabama is favored by 5.5 points. kickoff is set for 5 pm tonight in levi. reporting live in santa clara, frank mallicoat, ktvu fox 2 news. there hoping for clear skies for tonight's halftime act it's going to be held 30 miles away from the actual game? imagine dragons performing a free show on treasure island. little traffic control for people with tickets or those who live there. president donald trump will visit the southern border on thursday. he wants to meet with those on the front lines of the national security and manicuring crisis.
we are learning that the president will address the nation's as a federal government enters their third week of a shutdown. there doesn't seem to be any movement to reopen the government. >> reporter: day 17 of the partial shutdown. and no end in sight. the major sticking point? the presidents request for billions. a national emergency is what
president donald trump says he will declare. >> we have a crisis at the border. drugs, human beings being traffic and all over the world. we have an absolute crisis. criminals and gang members coming through. it is a national emergency. >> reporter: democrats insisting that the president plan for wall would be a waste of taxpayers dollars. >> they are not consistent with the constitution of the united states. >> there are far more effective ways to deal with the border. not a wall. >> reporter: house speaker nancy pelosi is a set to present more funding bills. the white house says that they will not budge without the money.
in washington, lauren blanchard, ktvu fox 2 news. the partial government shutdown has left muir woods close. here's more on that story from elissa harrington. >> reporter: starting today muir woods is officially close. if you come to the park this is what you will see. gates are locked, the closure signs that all of the entrances. this will disappoint thousands of visitors. we just got a chance to speak with the family that was in town for the national championship. they came all the way from alabama. >> we were very disappointed. we enjoyed driving up here. i would've loved to have seen the trees and more of the park. disappointed for sure. >> we are a long way from huntsville, alabama. this will probably be the only time we will ever be here.
we will miss it. >> reporter: muir woods is part of the golden gate recreation area. it had been left open with limited services. now the gates will be locked, tour buses turned around, the partial government shutdown his lead to sanitary and safety issues at the park. there has only been limited staff on hand to clean. those who had parking or shuttle reservation will get a refund. the website will not be updated. 3000 people visit on a daily basis. there will be law enforcement on hand to make sure that no one is going through the gates and trespassing. alcatraz is only running their day tours. reporting live in marin county, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. oakland mayor schaaf was
sworn in this morning for second term. >> do you solemnly swear to uphold the constitution of the united states and to the best of your ability perform the duties of the office of mayor for the city of oakland, again? >> idea. >> congratulations. >> mayor schaaf is a first mayor and 16 years to be reelected. she is focusing on safety, housing infrastructure, and restoring trust on government. she plans on doing the work with urgency. >> as the 50th mayor of oakland my priority is the same. this second term let us accelerate and scale our progress and double down on our commitment to long-term systemic change. >> mayor schaaf will host a
inaugural gala on friday. other events include a free community festival on saturday. california top legal officials sworn in this morning. he was elected to a four-year term. governor brown appointed him to succeed harris after she won a seat in the senate. take a look at the market today. the dow jones has bounced back. nasdaq in the positive territory. american officials in china for talks aimed at a treaty battle. president donald trump agreed to postpone further hikes. that was more than a month ago.
surveys show that consumer confidence is weakening. another bay area company having a rough day. pg&e stock is down 22%. expectations that the company will face charges related to the california wildfires. they are exploring bankruptcy protection and they're facing billions of dollars in liability charges. on friday pg&e said that they are looking for a new director for their holding company. after being closed for four years the napa county courthouse is back open. it was shut down after being heavily damaged during an earthquake. the repair work cost $23 million. most of that money came from insurance money.
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a foot all player for uc berkeley has died at the age of 19. he died saturday. turner was hospitalized near his home a week ago in southern california after he suffered a medical emergency during a non- team work out. his athletic director said his heart was broken with his unimaginable tragedy. he was a young man with a bright future. the cause of death has not been released. a memorial for the three men killed in a triple shooting in oakland. candles have been set out on the sidewalk.
handmade assigned says please don't shoot, kids live here. they have been five gun related deaths in the city of oakland since the start of the year. police are unsure why a employee set far to a station and began shooting at people and passing cars. the man was shot and killed by police who responded to the 911 calls on a saturday morning about a man shooting inside the parking lot. when officers arrived they could hear the man shooting inside this door. they shot him without entering the store. >> the suspect's actions and behavior is consistent with what an active shooter situation looks like. unfortunately something we have seen occur in many other jurisdictions. >> no bystanders were injured. the owner said the man had
worked for the company for 20 years and he didn't know the motive for the action. back to meteorologist kyla grogan. >> a little bit of a break is how i would put it. it's the thing that happens in the wintertime when the storms lined up in the pacific and come in one after another. you can see the dry runways at the airport. which makes the people there very happy. temperatures in the 50s. san jose coming in at 50 degrees. taking a look at the storm tracker you can see we are catching that break. if you sprinkles out there. the north bay had a little bit of action, but just a few showers and they will be out of here soon. storm totals very impressive
over the weekend. we look at just the last 24 hours a hill impressive. 3.43 inches. about 1.5 inches in lovato. we got some rain out of that one. we needed it because it's a good thing. this is a set up for those storms just line up and roll in. today we are drying out, we still have those clouds with us. tuesday evening another system of roles in and another for the weekend. it is an active pattern. keep your umbrellas handy. mostly cloudy skies and you should be fine if you're out and about. we will start off a relatively okay and then that whether roles in. it's going to be a gusty wind with this not just rain. and there will be some significant rain totals. this is what is predicted in
the north bay. we could see some spread down into the peninsula as well. a bit of a break as we go through the day. with highs in the upper 50s. as we stay relatively dry. temperatures a mile tonight with overnight lows in the 50s. if you go inland you will see the mid to upper 40s. the 5-day forecast we will dry out today and then back into it on tuesday evening. that rain will start to trickle off. that next break coming in on thursday. and as we head toward the weekend more scattered showers are expected for saturday and sunday. the overnight lows not dropping down into '30s. temperatures are mild as we head through the next 5-7 days. keep that rain gear handy you're going to need it. >> it seems like a busy week out there. thank you. as part is the preinaugural festivities governor newsom
held a concert for wildfire victims. several artist's perform to help raise money for the victims of the devastating fires. including the camp fire. the most deadly in state history. the governor and his wife praised the crowd for their contribution. >> i am so pleased to announce that we are getting close to $5 million. >> all of the proceeds will go to the california fire foundation. they offer emotional and financial assistance of firefighters in the communities that they protect. the lineup for the bottle rock music festival has been announced. imagine dragons one of the headliners. festival is a set to run from may 24 to the 26. other performers are mumford
plans have been approved to repair fractured beams at the salesforce transit center in sam cisco. the plan was reviewed and approved last month so far there is no date set for when the center will reopen. president donald trump is a national security advisor is backing off on the pledge to bring home troops from syria. >> reporter: thousands of u.s.
troops deployed in syria fighting against isis and protecting allies. trump announced that he is bringing troops home because isis is defeated. on sunday the president and his national security advisor seemed to back off or from that pledge. saying that withdrawal will not be as immediate as originally thought. >> we will be back in often removing the troops, it might not come as quickly. >> reporter: this came as the national security advisor visited the region. ahead of a meeting in jerusalem with benjamin netanyahu, he gave details about the condition of the withdrawal. saying that the troops would come home after isis has been fully defeated. >> we will discuss the president's decision to withdraw. to do so in a way that makes
sure that isis is defeated and to take care of those that have fought with us. >> the regime in syria is a warlike regime. one last look at the market. stocks are rising. is a small company's rallying. strong orders for service companies. we see the dow jones is up and nasdaq is the shining star to close by 1/3%. bird box breaking records
creating a tourist attraction in northern california. portions were shot in humboldt county. the production crew wanted to shoot there because of the forest and the river. the film has been seen by 45 million people and now many people are flocking to the smith river local business owners say that they have seen a surge in revenue. last night the golden globe winner for best supporting actor. he played donna shirley in the green book. the award marks the first golden globe for ali.
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