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>> plus, a major announcement in a double homicide investigation. what we're learning about two arrests and what police seized during their investigation. >> also, a democratic front runner makes a stop in the bay area. why pete buttigieg was confronted by supporters in the bay area. >> this is ktvu fox 2 news at noon. >> good afternoon. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm mike mibach. we are following some breaking news north of the golden gate. the sheriff's department is now investigating the discovery of two men in sleepy hollow. . >> good afternoon. still learning a little more about this scene this morning. i want to show you over my shoulder. this is like you said in that quiet community of sleepy hollow. the marin county sheriff's department and the hazmat team now investigating the circumstances behind its death
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of two people this morning. i want to show you some video from this morning. they got the call around 8:00 p.m. they found a man and a woman dead in the driveway. with a dog that was alive kind of walking around the area. the dog has now been taken away by marin county animal services. again, the sheriff's department still investigating not telling us exactly what transpired. they're going to be looking into the cause of death and how these people came to be at this home in this quiet community. we did speak to a neighbor a start time ago who told us what she could about this house. >> upon arrival by the fire personnel and also deputies, we located a male and female deceased. >> it's a little frightening seeing as i live right around aroundthe corner and i've never
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felt threatened in this neighborhoods. >> that neighbor told us the owner of this home sold it about a year and a half ago and the owner was planning to build some new properties in the area. again, the marin county sheriff's office investigating the death of a man and a woman found in this driveway and aing dog has now been taken away by marin county animal services. reporting in sleepily hollow greg lee, ktvu fox 2 news. we'll move now to union city where police announced an arrest in a shooting that killed two boys who were just 11 and 14 years old. the state attorney general joins local police and city leaders announcing a big break in the case. . >> this double homicide in
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union city stunned the community because of the victim's ages and now police and the state ag say the community is safer with these two arrests in what was a dang related shooting. >> two suspected gang members were aarrested in a deadly early morning shooting in union city back in november. a multiagency investigation led to the arrest. >> our response was steadfast and immediate. >> 18-year-old jason cornejo of castro valley and a 17-year- old hayward boy were arrested by police. killed in the shooting were 11- year-old evan hernandez. the shooters were armed with an ak 47. the killing shocked union city because of how young the victims were. >> all murders are tragic, but when children are gunned down in this particular senseless way it is particularly shocking. >> police say the suspects took
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off in this toyota camry. authorities say the two shot and killed the victims for the benefit of a local street gang. a rap song posted online. >> they definitely took advantage of these children and their children 11 and 14. >> the suspects were involved with a criminal street gang. >> as part of the investigation, police seized 40 pounds of marijuana, 8 pounds of meth, $10,000 in cash, two handguns and three assault weapons. >> our officers prevented additional violence and tragedy by removing these dangerous weapons from the streets. we hope to take an act of measured justice for you. >> now neither of the victims h charged with the special circumstance of multiple murders. at least for the adult suspect he can potentially face life in prison. >> did you ask investigators as to why the two boys were targeted? >> well, they do say that the
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suspects were both related to a gang or associates of a gang from out of town. they're not saying that the victims themselves were gang members but the violence was done allegedly for the benefit of a gang which glorified the violence. >> 11 and 14 years old. thank you. democratic presidential candidates are preparing for the california democratic primary on march 3rd. democratic presidential candidate pete buttigieg is in the bay area today for several fundraisers. ktvu's allie rasmus is live for us this afternoon. >> the first fundraiser for democratic candidate pete buttigieg was held this morning hundred people. it was not open to the general public and we were nolowed inside that seats several inside and afterward buttigieg was escorted out of the building through a back entrance. he didn't to talk with us
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or with a group of protesters who gathered outside. we also want to show you photos from inside the fundraiser. these were shared by supporters who attended the event. buttigieg was introduced by san francisco city attorney dennis herrara. we're told he spoke for 20 minutes then answered questions drawn from a fish bowl. also, what would he do about climate change. buttigieg said he supported the idea of a national carbon tax. >> i'm a veteran. i like the fact that he's a veteran. i like the fact he's speaking to america's better angels and not to the divisiveness. >> i still haven't made up i'm pretty much anyone is better than donald trump right now. so we have to be able to support our democratic
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candidates. >> now as you mentioned earlier, there was a group of about two dozen protesters outside the event. they said they were representing some progressive organizations here in the bay area including members of the lgbtq community. they called themselves the group san francisco rising action. overall, the protesters say they're distrustful of some of the support buttigieg has received from tech companies here in the bay area and some of the candidates' positions on the issues. . >> strong talking about human rights and then all of a sudden talking about health care for all who want it when we see he gets donations from the pharmaceutical companies. >> from here buttigieg went on to a fundraiser in palo alto. candidate hoping to tap into the voter and donor base here bay in richmond on
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monday and candidate mike bloomberg opened up a new campaign office in the town of pleasant hill. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you for that. new at noon, san francisco mayor london breed admits she had a former relationship with public director muhammad nuru in the past. she says they dated for less than a year and then remained personal friends afterward. the mayor said they never asked each other to do anything improper and says she was not aware of the schemes alleged by the fbi shortly before they became public. >> this has shaken the public's trust with the city and this is why i felt it was important to put what i felt was really personal out on the table in order to make sure that despite what wooem may try to do with
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it, the despite the rumors and everything else that we hear, this is coming directly from me. >> mayor breed said that she contacted the city attorney about the relationship as soon as she heard about the charges against nuru. he was arrested last month on fraud charges along with restaurant owner nick bovis. we have new information about a developing story involving coronavirus on a flight between san francisco and london. the united airlines flight that is now on its return trip from he throw to san francisco international. a number of people are wearing masks. there are heightened concerns because of the previous flight that took passengers to london on that flight. one passenger reported feeling sick and was removed from the plane which was then deep cleaned. other passengers were able to lee on their own in london . that plane scheduled to leave at 4:00 this afternoon. meantime today is the last direct flight from sfo to
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mainland china for at sfo has the second most flights to china behind lax. the suspension of flights to and from china will impact sfo's revenue because of lost landing fees. today, china announced another spike in coronavirus cases. china reported 5,000 new cases raising the number word wide to morn 65,000. this illness has claimed more than 1400 lives. there are also more claims about medical workers. u.s. health officials are reporting a 15th coronavirus case right here in the states. the patient is a woman who traveled alone to china. she evacuated to lackland air force base. she later tested positive for the coronavirus. the patient is now in ice lacelation at a hospital in texas. and, the next n francisc
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we'll give you a sneak peak at >> the prosecutor is trying once again to transfer money from the pentagon to fund his border wall. >> why one republican says the president should not be allowed to do this coming up. >> and a pretty winter day shaping up over the bay area. i'll show you what you can expect for your weekend coming up. you know when you're at ross and... wow! realize you can totally eat out more? that's yes for less. get the latest spring trends for your home at 20 to 60 percent off specialty store prices. at ross. yes for less.
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afghanistan and taliban representatives. >> the trump administration is planning to divert money from the pentagon to build the border wall. as ray bogan reports the plan is getting backlash from both democrats and republicans. >> $3.8 billion once intended to pay for military projects like the f35 fighter jet and other ships and vehicles will now fund president trump's border wall. if the courts allow. the president wants to shift money appropriated by congress for the defense department to homeland security. defense secretary mark esper is at a conference in munich and says it shouldn't come as a surprise. >> border security is national security and national security is our mission chlgt i think our nato allies understand that. the action we took is legal under the law. >> but the chairman of the house armed services committee says president trump is robbing this money. democratic congressman adam smith states quote the president is obsessed with
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fulfilling a campaign promise at the expense of our national security. the torepublican on the committee agrees and says it's congress's job to determine how defense dollars are spend. in a facebook post congressman max thorn barry writes a department of defense without the approval of congress attempts to do so underminds the principal of civilian controls the military. >> the aclu will ask the court to block the process. multiple courts have ruled it's illegal for the president to quote pillage military funds for his seen phobic border wall. energy companies are leading stocks lower in trading. we see the dow jones is down by 100 points losing more than 1/3 of 1%. and the nasdaq is essentially flat. let's check in with
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meteorologist rosemary orozco in that valentine's day forecast. >> happy friday, to you. to you and happy sweetheart's day. and we've got temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s in the afternoon under partly cloudy skies. giving you a live look here at a beautiful one over areas of the oakland estuary looking over san francisco. a little bit of clouds out there that are rolling through the pacific northwest. not going to bring us any rain. we are looking at a dry forecast for the weekend. here's another view of san francisco. 52 right now san francisco. oakland checking in at 56 as well as livermore and san jose holding at 57 for your lunch hour. temperatures are just a tad cooler along the east bay shore. a little warmer at the north bay. by 5 degrees or so over areas of santa rosa. you may feel the difference. for everybody else a degree or two from where we were yesterday. >> here's a look at that cloud
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cover, if i pull it back a little bit more you can see where we do have more activities going on. we are not going to see any rain out of this. we will just have the clouds kind of sweep on by from time to time. into sunday, a little bit more interesting for northern california. not for us. here's a look at your future cast model into saturday. waking up with partly cloudy mostly cloudy skies. once again very similar to this morning and then as we get into your sunday morning, notice we'll be picking up on some blues and greens over northern california up over the sierra. but, for us, it's just going to be a partly cloudy day with no rain in the forecast. behind the system, very similar to what we have seen in the past, the north winds are expected to pick up. no advisories in place at the moment. we'll keep an eye on that. here's the afternoon highs. if you are going to be out and about. we've got 60 degrees for santa rosa. 56 for downtown san francisco. upper 60s for areas over oakland. is low 60s expected for
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antioch. 61 san jose. right now temperatures are in the 40s as we get into the afternoon. low 60s expected with partly cloudy skies today, tomorrow, and into sunday. take a look at the overnight lows. not even getting to the freezing point in tahoe this weekend. the temperatures won't change much getting into saturday. just a slight bump in the afternoon highs. your extended forecast unfortunately looks dry. back to you. >> thank you. still to come at noon, new information into the death of a 6-year-old from south carolina. what we're learning about another body that was found near her home. obama: he's been a leader
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same with the keystone pipeline. believe him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. police officers in south carolina have now identified the man found dead near the body of a missing 6-year-old girl and say the two are
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related. the young girl went missing from her front yard on tuesday. investigators say they found her body in the woods near her home yesterday. taylor's body was found inside his home nearby. sweatlig's death is being treated as a homicide only adding that a critical piece of evidence was found in taylor's trash can linking him to the case. today marks two years since a mass shooting at a high school in florida. 17 people were killed when a gunman opened fire in parkland, florida. accusing the agency of failing to respond to tips about the shooter. the shooting reignited a national conversation about gun reform, school safety and led to marches in many cities. prosecutors are making their final arguments today in the sexual assault trial of harvey weinstein in new york. we plain how the disgraced
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hollywood executive could spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted. prosecutors get o chance to address the jury today. prosecutors will look to counter the defense's claim they created an alternative universe that strips women of common sense. >> she's going to paint a picture of him as a predator, as a monster, who influenced his power in hollywood and charm to gain their trust. >> the defense spending more than 5 hours speaking to jurors yesterday. defense attorney told jurors to use their new york common sense when evaluating evidence. weinstein who decided not to take a stand at trial commending his attorney's defense. >> the rape trial centers on allegations made by two women a hayley accuses him of sexually assaultingg six of
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weinstein's accusers. they were called in intended to show weinstein's pattern of behavior. . >> i think they are trying to portray mr. weinstein as a victim, but that's always the case. i mean, the defense always trying to portray itself as the real victim. >> the plan is for jurors to begin deliberations on tuesday. if convicted, harvey winestein could spend a life in prison. in new york alex togan fox news. lawyer michael avanati tried to extort $20 million from nike. he threatened to use his media access to hurt nike's reputation. he gained fame film star stormy in lawsuits against president trump. a new view at sfo. coming up...
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the brand new observation l deck now open to the public. >> plus... two elementary schools set to close in the south bay. how it will impact hundreds of families in san jose. frshz
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here's a look at some of the top stories we're following for you on this friday. the marin county sheriff's department is investigating the discovery of two people found dead in the community of sleepy hollow. they have not yet said what caused their deaths but say there is no current threat to the community. union city police have arrested two suspected gang members in connection with the shooting deaths of an 11 and 14-year-old boy.
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the 18-year-old jason cornejo of castro valley and a 17-year- old boy are charged. a rap song posted online glorified the suspect's involvement in the killings. police also seized 40 pounds of marijuana shgt 8 pounds of meth, $10,000 in cash and five guns. democratic presidential candidate pete buttigieg is in the bay area today for several fundraisers. he attended one in san francisco this morning a group of people gathered outside to protest the support buttigieg has received from corporations and tech companies. right now he's at a fundraiser in palo alto and will also be in sacramento for a town hall. in the bay area on monday in a rally for the city of richmond. the fears of book says the isto involving public health risks related to
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the coronavirus. nference usually has 5,000 attendees and typically brings in some $11 million in spending to san francisco. across the bay we're now learning that an 18-year-old has died in an accident. the teen was hit monday night on the port chicago highway onramp to eastbound highway 4. the chp says he was walking on the ramp when he was hit. his identity has not been released. a follow up now to a report we had for you at noon yesterday. two homicide suspects are now in jail in the santa clara area. a deadly shooting last month in the east san jose foothills. torres here on the right was arrested tuesday in santa clara. police arrested pardoneau yesterday morning following a long standoff at his home. pardoneau's father says he doesn't believe his son is a killer. >> i know he's not capable of killing someone.
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. >> both men were accused in the shooting death of 26-year- old richard wynn. investigators have not revealed the connection between the victim and the suspect. bart says crime is down compared to this time last year. bart also reports a big drop in cellphone threats there were 74. is a contributing factor. it was another emotional day in court and another outburst from the main accused of killing nia wilson on a bart platform in oakland. lawyers will now have a four daybreak before returning to court. ktvu's henry lee has the story. >> it was a day of defiance for accused murderer john cowell. at first, he refused to come to court and later showing up he was soon thrown out for cursing at the d.a. and refusing to answer questions. >> it's just an
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. >> he's showing signs of manipulation. he knows what reverse psychology is. >> cowell became unglued as they tried to show him graphic surveillance video. cowell gestured with both hands at the tv screen and shouted i don't know what that is. as the d.a. repeatedly asked cowell to look at the video he became angry saying back the f off and continued to curse. the defendant then yelled they can't force me to say s if i'm fing leaving. >> he continues to answer questions until the whole courtroom can see that he's about to get caught and what he's doing and then he acts like he's crazy. >> also on the stand is an aunt of cowell who testified that
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cowell and his mother. two things cowell has mentioned on the stand. >> because john cowell never completed his testimony it could have been thrown out but the judge indicated he will not declare a mistrial over that issue. in oakland, henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. a man in el dorado county who faced 14 years in prison for murder will now be released. after new dna evidence was discovered. was sentenced in the 1985 killing of his roommate jane hilton. he was convicted after his former girlfriend claims she witnessed and helped him with the crime. but the northern california innocence project pressed investigators to use dna tests of a bite mark on hilton's shoulder. the dna matched another man michael green and this week, green was arrested in roseville. this is the first case in
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california and only the second in this country where investigative genetic genealogy has not only led to the freeing of an individual from prison for a crime he did not commit, but the identification of the true source. >> lawyers for davis will seek compensation for the 14 years he spent in prison. hundreds of families in san jose are being affected by a decision to close two elementary schools. ktvu's azenith smith ports the evergreen school district voted to close the campus by the end of 0 this school year. >> of course not. >> many thursday's school board meeting in san jose an agreement no one wants to see schools shut down. the resounding support to close laurelwood and seen as a necessity. >> i do along with many of my colleagues support school
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consolidation because it is the fiscally responsible thing to do. >> the move affecting students that will be reassigned to other schools. the district says the schools were chosen given enrollment trends, cost to operate and maintain the campuses, and neighboring schools that can take schools in. students in. >> cutting programs, layoffs across the district will impact the least number of students overall. the district saving $450,000 a year that's the cost to operate a school as it faces a $12 million short fall and low enrollment. >> the decision to close schools is not an easy one and it's many school districts across the state of california are having to go through the same process because of declining enrollment. >> this is not an evergreen only problem. >> a trend consistent with other schools in the bay area. many families moving to lower
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cost areas declining birthrates of factor to >> when i was presented with the numbers, immediately i thought to myself this many schools open. . >> that's 4-one absent. >> they approved the closures. >> this parent's 5-year-old was supposed to attend laurelwood next year. he understands the board's decision and deficits. >> it is with a heavy heart but i think it's probably for the better for now. >> azenith smith, ktvu fox 2 news. there's a new effort under way to limit the number of homeless navigation centers in fran and where they can be built. neighbors of a recently opened center on the embarcadero just learned that someone was found dead at one of the restrooms at the center. many people say they don't want the centers near their homes. advocates for the homeless say it's problem.
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>> we think putting one in every supervisor district is ridiculous. >> if they're upset it's a problem, good. i hope that motivates to do more to solve it. . a recent survey by the san francisco chamber of commerce says homelessness is one of the top issues. 89% said that homelessness is getting worse. 2/3 say they support a homeless navigation center in the bay area. . . >> they stole the image of her unicorn van. the artist says in 2018 she was approached by pixar to rent her
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van as a visual prop during a one day event. then she saw nearly identical persian of her van in an ad for the movie onward. she's suing for copy right infringement and wants to stop the movie from being released. . >> this is a public outdoor observation deck that's open to the general public. pib can come here. don't need a boarding pass or a ticket. you can just come up and enjoy here at sfo. >> open from 10:00 in the
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morning to 10:00 at night. restaurant owners are appearing on a delivery app. what your so-called kitchen delivery could be from a so- called ghost kitchen. >> a mild day. what you can expect for the rest of your bay area friday and the weekend coming up. obama: he's been a leader
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throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws, to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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the coronavirus is leading to a steep drop in the price of lobster for californians. 95% of the lobster caught along the california coast is typically shipped to china. two weeks ago china closed its entire sea port. now the lobster that would have been shipped to china is being sold in santa barbara at rock bottom prices. >> the inability to ship out to china, we have seen that price drop significantly to be able to be attractive to the local
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market. >> this all comes as california lobster fishermen were already suffering. . when you order takeout you may think or assume that you know where your meal is coming from. but in some cases the actual restaurant where you thought you placed your order may not even be involved. >> some are calling this the dark side of food delivery. >> a busy kitchen is a good sign inside third cousin in san francisco's heights district. owner greg luth says that has to be the case. >> we don't do deliveries because we don't want the quality to be compromised. >> so imagine just how surprised luth was when he found thfood delivery app without his knowledge. >> we didn't even have an order literally somebody walked in with a phone saying i want to order a pork chop.
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the pork chop hasn't been on the menu for months. the menu that he had was over a year old. >> online, he found his restaurant listed for deliveries. he says he strives to serve seasonal dishes so the menu posted online was out of date. in the online community of delivery drivers, unauthorized deliveries was just the tip to have the iceberg. kimberly james who says she delivers in the atlanta georgia area says sometimes the deliveries don't even come from restaurants at all. in one case she pulled up to a man's home for an early morning order. >> i had to sit on his couch in his house and watch him cook the food in his kitchen. no gloves. >> she says she's picked up and trailers. urants, condos, in some cases warning the diners if she had concerns. >> with people just being able to get on there and cook from a
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bus stealing electricity from a construction site. i used to be a corporate trainer for mcdonald's and that's a food safety issue. >> trailers aren't that uncommon and completely legal provided they follow the same rules as brick and mortar restaurants. it's part of a growing food delivery eco system. this unassuming trailer in a mission district parking lot is actually functioned as a permitted and inspected thai restaurant. a ghost kitchen. >> we have contacted san francisco's department of public health and they say all food preparation and delivery services must meet the same strict guidelines as traditional brick and mortar restaurants. the way that many of the apps are set up now, there is the potential for bad actors to slip in to the food delivery world. back at third cousin, diners who are learning about these possibilities say they worry about exactly where their food is coming from. >> i would be very disserved
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to find out i ordered food from my favorite restaurant and it was made in a ghost kitchen. >> no drivers have stepped forward to talk about delivers in homes or the bay area. in response, uber said, quote, we take food safety very seriously and require contracts with our restaurant partners whereby they agree to abide by certain food safety standards. greg luth says he has no idea if any customers placed orders and received food that he didn't prepare. that first night when delivery orders first started pouring in, he spoke with the company. >> i had postmates call me that night at the restaurant and wanted to know what's going on and i said we want our listing taken down. we never opted in on it. >> delivery companies say the delivery apps allow restaurants to reach more customers and customers try new foods. as for complaints from businesses that don't want
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deliveries, postmates says in the off chance a merchant wants to be remove friday the platform, all they have to do is reach out and ask to be removed from the platform and they will remove them. it's an ongoing process to scrub the restaurant from all delivery services. >> it takes time. i'm sure i'll get to the bottom of it. if i have to get an attorney involved i'll do that. >> they should get in contact with the restaurant directly or the department of local health. christien kafton ktvu fox 2 news. back to rosemary we go. >> yes, we've got some blue sky out there. nice dry conditions for all the festivities. temperatures are in the upper 50s to low 60s for today. so right where we should be for this time of year. from ktvu across the oakland estuary.
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san francisco in the backdrop. these clouds are going to stick around to the weekend. the activity is to the north of us continuing to see a little bit of rain as well as some snow. for us, not so much. it's just going to be the cloud cover here and temperatures will remain very similar to where we land this afternoon. here's a view of your satellite and radar. you can see washington and oregon getting a little bit of that for us. california is a dry one we're getting just a little bit of cloud cover. if i move in a little bit closer, you can see the clouds we just showed you live outdoors. >> the winds are generally light. that could change into the coming days. i'll explain that in just a moment. right now fairfield reporting 10 miles per hour. concord reporting just a gentle breeze at 3. oakland on shore at 8:00 and calm areas over napa. into the central and south bay, more temperatures and our winds are really on the quiet side. here's a look at what's going on for your weekend. we do have again, systems that will continue to the north. we are not going to get any
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rain out of it. northern california maybe the sierra picking up on just a few scattered showers. for us, it's going to be partly cloudy with temperatures remaining very seasonal. upper 50s to low 60s expected. perhaps a little bit of fog to start the day and partly cloudy for the rest of the afternoon. temperatures right now in the low 50s in areas of san francisco. upper 50s over walnut creek and mid 50s over areas of santa rosa. into the inner east bay. a few low 60s out there. we've got 61 pittsburgh. 60 degrees in walnut creek and 61 pleasanton. under partly cloudy skies. it feels okay. here's a look at the afternoon highs expected. we've got 59 in san rafael. we'll go 64 in antioch. for san francisco, 56. and the afternoon highs expected for our south bay, 61 san jose. 62 for morgan hill. if you are thinking about getting out into the evening hours temperatures will begin to cool off.
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upper 40s to mid 50s and temperatures continuing with mid 40s to about 50 degrees or so by 10:00 for those into the evening hours. a look at your extended forecast. our temperatures aren't changing a whole lot. they may warm just slightly. saturday into sunday a mix of sun and clouds. the system moves through sunday, could bring us a breeze on monday. we'll continue to track that. in the meanwhile, sending it back to you. still to come at noon, are you planning on brating for valentine's day? how much people spend on their loved ones. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president
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today at 4:00 we're following a report for calls there are reports for san francisco mayor london breed to resign. . >> the mayor also admitted to accepting a $5,600 gift from nuru that she was planning on paying back.
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we have the details for you and the admission and going forward >> taking a look at the market here on the closing bell. you can see the dow jones down week. points right now. the nasdaq and s&p 500 are both slightly in positive territory. for the holiday weekend, it's almost here. here's rosemary with our holiday watch. >> here's a look at what's happening in celebration of lovers weekend. it's the final weekend of tulipmaia. where you can tour more than in cupid's undery run. it takes place in the middle of a celebration that starts at noon on saturday at make westing in oakland. >> spring is in the air and a great weekend to head to the 34th annual spring home show at
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where you will find hundreds of exhibits featuring custom kitchens and baths, sun rooms, pools and spas, landscaping displays and more. in the north bay, the 128th cloverdale annual citrus fair. including art and photography, live music, and entertainment. carnival rides and games. friendly farm petting zoos. culinary demos and award winning wine tasting. last but not least, it's the final week to enjoy sf beer week. show casing the region's brewing heritage and contemporary craft beer. in sports, warriors have the weekend off. sharks are on the road and that is your weekend watch. dozens of couples are getting married at san francisco city hall on this valentine's day. couples will get married at different parts of the building. the clerk's office hosted more than 100 weddings last year. valentine's day is the
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business est time of year for the florists. the flower mart says traditionally there's less business when valentine's day falls at the end of the week. >> we have everything from the standard red rose to, you know, some of the younger generations that don't go for that. they go maybe the pallet of the favorite color the woman has. >> the flower mart has been located for years at 6th and brannen. but it will likely move to the petrero late next year. if you plan on splurging on valentine's day gifts,want to f with somebody. >> love is in the air. people around the world is celebrating valentine's day enjoying chocolate covered treats, romantic dinners and quality time with their loved ones.
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but valentine's day isn't just for love birds. in los angeles a pop up bar is to help those mending a broken heart. the break up bar an anti-romance theme. guests can pin anonymous notes to their ex on the wall. and names like tears of my ex or i dealt with your parents for years. >> we were kind of over that typical valentine's day schemes so we thought it would be a place for single people and people in relationships that just want to get over all the pressure and stress of the holiday. >> it can also bring heart break for your wallet. those who are celebrating, plan to spend an average of about $200 on gifts. that's up 21% from last year. and experts say valentine's day is actually a perfect opportunity to reevalua
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is a good time to think about taking care of yourself and your partner. >> overall, americans are expected to dish out a whopping $27 billion setting a new record for valentine's day spending. fox news.. a zoo in australia is showing love to a young koala. a 10-month old koala. her keepers say she had a rough start in life because her mother could not produce milk to feed her. the zoo says elsa will become a key part of its breeding program in the future. >> i should tell my little two boys that i love them more than anything. >> we should do that every day. i know you do. >> i okay. happy valent >> have a wonderful night. >> and to you, have a wonderful day. stay here because dr. oz: every friday on oz, it
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is celebrity fan takeover. this week, spend valentine's day with morris chestnut. ogether food fight feuds driving couples crazy. >> no, you have to fold it. dr. oz: plus we go undercover in our hidden camera health stings. coming up next. it is celebrity takeover friday. it is also valentine's day. my present to all of you is not this chocolate. it is my favorite actor, morris chestnut. >> i'm going to be on the dr. oz show. i'm going to be in scrubs. dr. oz: just because you play a doctor, it doesn't mean you can steal the -- >> i have the terms down. i'm going to be the wiz


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