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missing couple. searchers say each time they go their chance for survival decreases. searchers found nothing. >> our dive rescue team brought a remotely operated vessel, which includes camera capabilities for searching underwater, as well as sonar. >> reporter: the search centered around the waters near shell beach one, and shell beach two, the nearest beaches to where the couple was staying in inverness. >> we attempted to look at them using underwater resources, as well as our resources on top of the water. >> reporter: carol kiparsky, and 72-year-old ian irwin was last seen friday afternoon, near the cottage they rented. authorities believe they may have gone on a hike, and gotten lost. their phones and other belongings were still at the cottage. previous searches took place on
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land. >> with the passing of every day, the chance of survival is slimmer. we are still considering this a search and rescue mission, and have not considered a recovery mission. >> reporter: irwin is a leading researcher in parkinson's disease. kiparsky is a linguist. >> i just love the area, and i think it's a very special area. and i felt compelled to come out and help out. >> reporter: many people who live or work in inverness are hoping for the best. >> for us it's unusual. we want people to come out here and feel safe, and we want them to be able to enjoy this area safely. and it's a mystery. >> reporter: searchers say they have not given up hope. >> we have nothing that leads us to believe that foul play is involved. >> reporter: tomorrow it's back out onto the water. only this time with jet-skis. no word yet on whether there are any plans for a ground
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search, frank. >> rob roth, in inverness for us tonight, thank you. last night, another hiker was rescued. michael bennett had been missing since monday, when he was last seen off a trail. two k-9s were able to track his scent, and found him off of a trail. >> without him and the expansive search, i don't know that we would have been able to find him without the k-9s. >> bennett is now being treated at marin health medical center. no word yet on his condition. china is again reporting a drop in the number of new cases of the coronavirus. health officials say there were just 349 new cases today. the death toll rose by 108, to more than 2100. the food and drug administration has pulled inspectors now from factories in china. they're warning the u.s. could face shortages of quote,
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critical medical products if the outbreak continues. >> if there are no inspections for many, many months, then the fda has to make some tough decisions about when it thinks there starts to be elevated safety risks. >> after two weeks in quarantine, passengers aboard the diamond princess cruise ship in japan were allowed to leave today. more than 600 people onboard have been diagnosed with the virus. more people held at quarantine at travis air force base headed home today. some of them flew out of sfo. the cdc says the people have been medically cleared, and pose no health risk to the public. santa clara county health officials say they're currently tracking more than 300 people who came from mainland china. they are being screened for symptoms.
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the obstacle faced by those who were finally able to leave travis, after they were quarantined. >> reporter: miles from the final hurdle to break free of coronavirus concerns. wednesday, a bus carrying passengers declared virus free broke down as it approached the bay bridge. >> i think we were just probably stuck for an hour and a half, before the replacement bus finally came and picked us up. >> reporter: jeffrey was one of 180 people trying to get home after 14 days in quarantine. he documented his time away from the rest of humanity on instagram. it was an unwanted adventure, from wuhan, china, to travis air force base, where masks were part of the regular wardrobe. >> so it feels kind of weird that everybody looks not normal again. not seeing people in masks like i always was seeing in china and at the quarantine. >> reporter: travis received passengers this week from a cruise ship that had been docked in japan under quarantine. seven of those passengers are are sick, and hospitalized in the north bay.
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one of them has tested positive for coronavirus, and is under quarantine. here in the south bay, officials say still, just two confirmed cases of the coronavirus. >> we anticipated that we would have more cases. but i am happy to say that we have not documented any person to person transmission in santa clara county. >> an entire operation to ensure that we keep public health advisers concerned. >> reporter: she says her office is currently tracking more than 300 people who return from mainland china over the last two weeks. so far, none have become symptomatic. >> i don't think there's any reason for alarm. i think the county should be making sure we're on top of it, and we are. >> we follow all the returning travelers the. we maintain the message to look out for symptoms, and to stay home for 14 days. >> reporter: for jeffrey his 14 day in quarantine has ended.
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>> the cdc did a really good job, making the place feel hospitable, and not so much what people would probably think a quarantine place looks like. >> reporter: now he and others given a clean bill of health, must overcome the headache, that is travel on area roads and the skies. jesse gary, ktvu, fox 2 news. in san francisco, the mayor is facing reports that one of the men accused in a bribery scandal may have helped pay for a float on the mayor's behalf. ktvu's christian kasten is at city hall. christian, at least one supervisor is now calling for a normal investigation. >> reporter: that's right. the mayor is now facing reports that nick bovas, the owner of lefty o'doul's paid for her float in the pride parade. at this point, frank, there are a lot more questions than answers. the pride parade is one of san francisco's signature events.
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now the san francisco examiner is reporting that nick bovas, the man who ran lefty o'douls was billed $1,250 for london breed's float in the pride parade, when breed was still a supervisor. the mayor's office is saying at this point, there is no indication that bovas ever paid the money, and even if he did, the money never went to promote the mayor, instead it was used to promote the pride event. taking part of the pride parade is a governmental purpose, so any request for funds would have been subject to what are nobody as behested payment rules. a standard process for donations for events like these. the amount suggested on this invoice, would be under the behested payment threshold in place at the time. now supervisor matt haney is asking the city it to investigate. >> i think in order to restore the public trust, to make sure the public knows that officials here are are acting with integrity, are following the
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law, we have to have a full public airing and investigation, and the results should be shared with the public. >> reporter: san francisco press agent acknowledged that he sent a notice about the payment, but says he never received a response. he says he doesn't know if bovas ever paid any money. as for the mayor, he said she takes ethics very seriously. saying he finds her quote festidious about these things. >> reporter: ethics investigations tied to those investigations. at this point, both of those officers say they're not commenting beyond what they've already said in the past. we're live in san francisco, ktvu, fox 2 news. >> all right, christian, thank you. now to some breaking news coming to us from germany where at least eight people were killed, five others injured in two mass shootings. police say a gunman opened fire at about 10:00 p.m.
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local time in two hookah lounges in frankfort. two were killed in the first bar, and five were killed in the second location. investigators are trying to determine a motive. a 45 minute speech directed almost entirely at one of the state's biggest problems. homelessness. coming up tonight at 5:30, governor newsom gives his annual state of the state address, and lays out his financial plan to help the homeless. also a woman's body found inside the home in the south bay, that had been rented through airbnb. coming up next, we've just learned of a major break in the case. also accused of putting greed before safety. today, a judge ripped into pg and e's safety record. and we'll check in on the weather. another beautiful spring-like day, even though it's february. we'll have what you can expect coming up. i thought steyer was brilliant
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a woman found dead in a home near san jose is now being investigated as a homicide. she had been staying there on the property. henry lee live for us now. henry, you're just learning of an arrest in this case. >> reporter: heather, within the last few minutes, the sheriff's office confirmed they have arrested wiley fuchia. now the suspect's booked on suspicion of murder. santa clara sheriff's investigators went door-to-door in mountain view. they were looking for surveillance video, and other evidence, hoping to find whoever killed a woman in this home in a quite tree-lined
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street. the victim had rented part of the property through airbnb. >> i know he had a couple of tenants and things, but i didn't know about the airbnb until recently. >> reporter: i've learned that an attorney was the one who called 911, and referred to a confidential source. the attorney said there had been a homicide at the home. so far, authorities haven't released her name, or revealed how she was killed. >> terrible. and i understand that i had just come back with my girls when this happened. >> reporter: she's shocked by what happened. >> nothing really happens around here, it's a nice neighborhood. >> reporter: i reached out to the owner of the home, but he declined to comment. this is the third homicide in the bay area. last month, a man was shot dead at a party at a hayward airbnb
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rental. in a statement, airbnb said we're urgently investigating this tragedy, and we're in coordination to offer our full support in their investigation. now there's no word at this hour of any motive, or any relationship between the suspect, and the victim. now sheriff's office still remaining tight lipped other than to thank the gilroy, and santa rosa police department, as well as the alameda county sheriff's office. live in san jose, henry lee, ktvu, fox 2 news. homicide detectives in l.a. say a young rapper named pop smoke was shot and killed last night at a home in the hollywood hills. police say several gunmen wearing masks entered the home and shot the rapper. jackson was taken to the hospital where he laider died. so far, no arrests have been made. there are some local media reports that the shooting was gang related, but so far,
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there's no confirmation of that from police. two 13-year-old boys are under arrest for allegedly starting fires. the fire was started in the town of porterville, located between fresno and bakersfield. the two teenage suspects were booked on arson and manslaughter charges. the library had opened in 1933, and did not have working sprinklers. pleasantville officers accused of leading a man on a chase going the wrong way on the freeway. at about noon today near the intersection of sonol boulevard, and arlington drive. instead of pulling over, police say fry drove onto northbound interstate 680, heading in the southbound direction. officers eventually found fry's
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pickup truck banded on abandoned on the side of the freeway. he was later arrested. the judge told pg and e at a hearing in san francisco, that they should plan to have at least a thousand more tree trimmers to reduce the chances of causing even more devastation. today's hearing was a follow up to pg and e's criminal probation, after their gas line exploded in san bruno, killing eight people, and wounding many others in 2010. since then, poorly maintained power lines have been blamed for starting fires that killed 130 people. people who live in the south bay may have noticed a plume of smoke rising above the santa cruz mountains. you can see that smoke billowing up from santa rosa lea mountain. it's from a controlled burn. cal fire santa cruz says the burn is set to create a fuel break in an area with
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significant fire history. it's one of 35 high priority projects identified by cal fire. the state park was still open to vitters today. all righty, got a live camera up and running right now. it's one of those days. the last couple of days like this. there's the golden gate bridge. no fog to speak of there. fog free along the coast. a little valley fog this morning, but look at that scene just to the north there. you see the traffic obviously, but just the clear skies along the coast, it's been stunning. a couple of weeks, a couple of days. certainly, a month. february has been dry. and really this last week or two has been warm. very spring like. what have you got here? a few clouds. that's cool looking. does it look like much? not really. it's enough to increase the clouds tomorrow though. so as that system comes in, tomorrow's thursday, i think thursday, friday, will be partly cloudy. partly sunny. a little more cloud cover
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tomorrow. then again on friday, but again not, nothing really to write home about, quite frankly. we need the rain. we're heading into one of the dryest februaries we've seen in a long, long time, and many places haven't seen any rain in february, it looks as though we're going to continue in that realm right through the end of the month. so as this goes, we've been talking about it. you've just got to strap in and just get ready for march. it's going to have to be extra productive to get these numbers back. right now, rainfall accumulations, percents of average generally are 50%. so you lose the month of february, which is one of our most productive months. you lose that month in snow too. march, it would be tough to catch back up to 100%. if we were to get to 100%, you'd probably see flood concerns. but we'll see. march is march. february is now almost in the
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books. 65degrees right now in san jose. it's a little cooler today than yesterday. a little cooler yesterday than the day before. we're splitting hairs. spring-like weather. to me, the last couple of days have felt a lot like early april. another live shot, and you see the blue on the bay. what's that tell me? it tells me we haven't seen a lot of wind lately. you've got a lot of sediments coming out of the delta. we haven't seen either rain or wind, so the bay is blue. looks like tropics out there, with temperatures, feels like tropics too. temperatures in the mid-60s. looking at the university of california, a beautiful day, and you know what? tomorrow's going to be another beautiful day. when we come back, we'll go looking for rain. bill thank you. two days of deliberations, and still no verdict if the harvey
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weinstein rape trial. what they requested, next. coming up on ktvu, fox 2 news at 6:00, an attempted sex assault in the middle of a group workout class. the man arrested, and how other people at the gym came to the woman's rescue. and federal agents accused of violating state law by making several arrests at the sonoma county courthouse. now, we know the trump strategy-
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in new york, the jurors in the rape case against harvey weinstein finished their second day of deliberations. the jury did have questions for the judge though. >> the second day of deliberations bringing up more questions for the jury. the seven men and five women asking for more clarity in the wording of five charges he's facing. they've also requested to see testimony of mimi haley. the judge allowing a read back of the testimony, but not giving them the transcript. the jury also asking for a blue print of weinstein's apartment. >> this is a tremendous amount of questions. >> reporter: just before lunch break, they asked to issue a gag order against gloria alred. the judge saying quote, well i wish i had that kind of authority. moments later, she responded. >> the court declined to
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exclude me from the courtroom, and said they could call me as a witness. i think that could be under the heading of be careful what you wish for, potentially legal malpractice on their part given what i might say. >> reporter: already represents haley in this trial has attended the trial every day. the 67-year-old is charged with raping a woman in a manhattan hotel room in 2013, and sexually assaulting another woman in 2006. weinstein maintains all of the encounters were consensual. if convicted, weinstein could spend life behind bars, but he still faces more charges in a case in california. in new york, alex hogan, foxnews. wikileaks founder, julian assange is now making a new claim as he continues to fight extradition to the u.s. on spying charges. a lawyer for assange was in a london courtroom claiming that president trump offered to pardon his client if he said that russia was not behind the dnc email leak during the 2016
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presidential campaign. the leak contained embarrassing emails from the dnc and the hacking of hillary clinton's presidential campaign. all of it later published by wikileaks in 2016. the white house is calling the pardon claims quote complete fabrication and a total lie. new york real estate heir robert durst is going on trial for murder five years after he was arrested. today was the first day of jury selection. theexcentric millionaire is accused of murdering his friend 20 years ago. authorities believe that berman helped cover up that crime. durst has pleaded not guilty. governor newsom used one topic to essentially try to bring both republicans and democrats together in support.
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>> i don't think homelessness can be solved. i know that homelessness can be solved. >> coming up next, the financial plan to help the homeless with housing, and finance support, and the positive republican response. plus president trump not giving up on the west coast. for a second day in a row, he made stops here in california. what he said at his rally in bakersfield. and a new face joins the stage of the department debate tonight. what to watch for as michael bloomberg joins the spotlight in tonight's debate in nevada. tom steyer will beat donald trump on the economy. his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in california. and provides a 10% tax cut for everyone making under $250,000. tom's plan also makes health care a right, by adding a public option to obamacare. protects union negotiated plans. and ensures californians
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ask your doctor today, if epclusa is your kind of cure. governor newsom said today no one is immune to homelessness. >> he's promising swift action moving forward. >> certainly unusual that this speech focused on just one topic for 40 minutes, but it clearly emphasizes the importance of the homelessness crisis in the minds of
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lawmakers and people who live in california. governor newsom made it clear, something needs to change, and says he knows californians have lost their patience. >> i don't think homelessness can be solved. i know that homelessness can be solved. >> reporter: in his second state of the state address, governor gavin newsom focused most of his speech on california's homelessness crisis. >> it's a disgrace, that the richest state, in the richest nation, succeeding across so many sectors is falling so far behind to properly house, heal, and humanely treat so many of its own people. >> reporter: the number of people living on the street jumped 16% last year to about 151,000. the governor laid out a plan, which includes emergency actions, like lowering the threshold for conservatorships, as well as the roll out of more housing trailers like these in oakland. >> the next group of trailers, i'm pleased to announce today are headed, as we speak to
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santa clara, riverside, contra costa, sonoma counties. >> reporter: newsom's budget calls for an additional $750 million for homeless funding, on top of the 1 billion he's already setting aside. he's also proposing $695 million to help medical. >> what's more fundamental to a person's well-being than a roof over their head? doctors should be able to write prescriptions for housing the same way they do for insulin, and antibiotics. hold local governments accountable to both of these pillars. more density, and more certainty. it is time, time for california to say yes to housing. we can no longer wait. >> reporter: the speech comes while president trump visits the state.
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he's slammed california's homelessness issues, threatening federalintervention. as far as prioritizing housing, homelessness, and health, they stand with him. >> his main focus was on those three, so in that case, if we're limiting it to that, bravo. >> reporter: oakland mayor libby schaaf was at the speech. she said it will take the entire region working together to solve it. >> that is really something when you consider that he spent the entire state of the state talking about homelessness. it just shows you the scope. it was interesting to me to show you the republican response, because you can't fix this problem, unless you have a bipartisan solution. >> there was essentially that drive there. they said we are against him when it comes to the high speed rail. we have a number of other issues that we disagree with him. but in terms of homelessness, we're here with him.
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the republican senators say part of the problem is some of the things the democrats have passed in the past. they say you need to work backwards to move forwards and release some of those issues like regulatory things in place for housing. >> let's talk a little about this conservatorship aspect of this. there is going to be push back to that. do we know how much the governor is going to try to press that issue forward? >> it has not been clear exactly. he pointed to san francisco in some of the efforts that london breed and the city have talked about. but you're right, it is a human rights issue, that will be fought. >> we know how bad the homeless problem here is in the bay area. i grew up here. i've never seen anything like this in my life. you came to us from los angeles. how bad is it in southern california as well? >> there's no doubt the problem has only gotten worse, and it's stretched to areas that you
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would not expect to see a lot of the homeless community. a lot of the areas he's focusing are on are l.a. county and oakland. he said these are the areas that have the most issues right now that have an immediate need. >> greg lee, thank you. and if you miss today's state of the state address, you can go to our ktvu facebook page, and you can watch the entire address there. president trump was in the central valley this afternoon as greg mentioned, talking to farmers in bakersfield about their water needs. he was joined by california republicans, including congressman devin nunes, kevin mccarthy, and tom mcclintock. david bernhart says it will use new technology to make sure it is not wasted. the president accused the state of chronic mismanagement of water. >> can you imagine a state
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being rationed when you have millions and millions of gallons being poured out into the pacific ocean that you could have, and you'd have more water than you'd know what to do with, it's crazy. >> the president signed an executive order changing environmental rules, but the state and conservation groups could sue. the president then headed to phoenix for a campaign rally this evening. a federal judge in phoenix today upheld an injunction requiring migrants to have clean mats and blankets if they're held longer than 12 hours. the issues came to light after a group of migrants sued in 2015. they said border patrol was holding immigrants in cold, overcrowded, unsanitary, and inhumane conditions. a judge today ordered a preliminary injunction, issued in 2016, to become permanent. the judge also barred the agency from using bathrooms for sleeping. nine candidates will take the stage in las vegas tonight
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for the ninth democratic debate. michael bloomberg joined the race late, but has shaken up the field. how his rivals are going after his campaign, ahead of his first debate appearance. >> reporter: candidates will face off again for the ninth democratic debate. this time with a newcomer to the stage. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg. his democratic competitors say bloomberg, through his self- funded campaign has bought his way into the debate. >> mr. bloomberg has every right in the world to run for president of the united states. he's an american citizen. but i don't think he has the right to buy this election. >> reporter: held in las vegas, the democratic debate will likely pit the billionaire against five other candidates who have been campaigning for months. some more than a year. bloomberg has put his time and money into super tuesday states, not places like nevada, where he won't even be on the ballot. >> i hope that the candidates don't spend all of their time attacking his wealth, but instead, looking at his ideas,
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his policies. he is going to be well prepared to address some of the past criticism, whether it's stop and frisk, the massageny. >> reporter: ahead of the debate, the biden campaign is attacking bloomberg. bloomberg's campaign responding with clips of the former vice president supporting bloomberg. >> the thing i like about mike, it's not about words. it's always about action. >> reporter: even president trump weighed in on the former mayor tweeting what mini mike is doing is nothing less than a large scale illegal contribution. >> reporter: there are two candidates who won't be on stage. tulsi gabbard, and tom steyer are both in the race, but did not qualify for the debate. a bad guy picked up the wrong, or rather picked the wrong restaurant to hold up an armed robbery. hear from the off duty officers who just happened to be on a
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date inside that restaurant. tom steyer will beat donald trump on the economy. his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in california. and provides a 10% tax cut for everyone making under $250,000. tom's plan also makes health care a right, by adding a public option to obamacare. protects union negotiated plans. and ensures californians can make their own health care choices. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
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the new suspect in a decade old court case made his first appearance today. he was identified by dna. another man who was wrongfully convicted for the murder was recently exonerated, and released from jail after 14 years behind bars. reporter jessica mench tells us
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what happened in court today. >> reporter: hands cuffed, head down. michael green walks into a placerville courthouse for the first time since his arrest last week. he's here to answer for the brutal killing of jane hilton, that investigators claim he committed 35 years ago. >> although i wasn't the d.a. at the time, i wasn't even in the office at the time. but still, it's my responsibility to write the wrong that happened to ricky davis. >> reporter: last week, district attorney vern pearson announced the d.a. exonerated ricky davis, previously accused of stabbing his roommate 29 times. they used dna found on the nightgown to build a family tree. that led them to green. green was quiet in court as the judges assigned him a public defender. even though he's 51 years old, his case was heard in a
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juvenile courtroom. that's because he was 17 when the crime happened. >> there's just some procedural steps that have to go through. >> reporter: only saying that the night of hilton's murder, her then 13-year-old daughter, autumn, left their home to he meet up with with three teenage boys, including green. one of those boys is now dead, and he does not believe the other took part in the murder. >> green's family was in court today, but did not want to do an interview. his public defender has also not talked about the case. green is expected back in court on march 20th. a woman accused of drugging a new mother to steal her newborn has been arraigned in a court. she's accused of posing as a photographer, and drugging a woman with a ghb type substance before trying to steal her baby. >> they pressured me to try the cupcakes. as i ate one, my lips and face
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started to feel numb. i saw the photographer wiping down her wine glass and other items in my house. my legs and arms started to go numb, and i repeatedly told the photographer to leave the house. >> the suspect's 16-year-old daughter was arraigned in a juvenile court for her alleged role. two police officers happened to be in a restaurant on a date. it happened saturday night in louisville. sitting nearby was a married couple. the two officers grabbed their weapons, and chased after the man. >> i do remember he passed the phone to me, and he said call 911, and i look at it for a second, and i see myself move, and i'm like no, i'm going to help my husband. >> there was literally no question. we just looked at each other, this is what's going on.
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let's go. >> the couple ended up catching the man. they held him outside as they waited for more officers to arrive. it's the image that we've all been waiting to see. this is incredible. ryan newman, walking hand in hand with his two daughters. he's a nascar driver who was involved in a horrifying crash on the final lap of the daytona 500. it is incredible that he even survived. back here with that forecast that includes some spring-like weather. i'll see you back here. i thought steyer was brilliant in that moment. we have not said one word tonight about race. not one word. are you kidding me? the heart and soul of this party is diversity. when a kid succeeds in columbia, south carolina -
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nascar driver ryan newman walked out of a hospital after that terrifying wreck just two days ago. he was described by his race team as showing no obvious signs of injury from that crash, like i said, just two days ago. on his wife's post, she used the caption, best sight ever. travelers at sfo surprised by two of the airport employees helping out. they were warrior players, damian lee, and andrew wiggins. the two players also passed out
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warrior rally towels, and took pictures with fans. >> it's about love. it's a good way to meet people, and interact with the fans. letting them know a little bit about my personality, and how excited i am to be here. >> lee and wiggins also issued boarding passes, and helped workers on the tarmac get planes ready for take off. all righty, taking a look outside. a beautiful night. sun setting. getting a little later each night as we get closer to the spring months here. but a few clouds offshore, making for a beautiful sunset. what can you say? this weather has been just like spring, and it's going to be that way, reallier really for the next few days. this type of system isn't going to be enough to bring the rain. it's just a weak system. those clouds make for a great
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sunset, but not in terms of putting any water in the buck. it's going to be another dry day tomorrow. a ott like today. temperatures today were a lot cooler than yesterday. temperaturestomorrow will be about the same. just the mid-60s, upper 60s, with filtered sunshine tomorrow. i think there will be more clouds the next couple of days, but not as to the point to be mostly cloudy. so it's just subtle changes each day. current temperatures outside, 62. there's a live camera shot, you can see the sales force with the sun setting out in the pacific. overnight lows tonight are going to run generally above freezing. we did have a little valley fog last night, and a little bit this morning too, in some places. just be ready for that. i think the coastal fog, not really an issue, there might be some patches of it, but generally, maybe a little valley fog, but the changes are also subtle, and there's nothing really happening in the
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weather. the high pressure is so dominant, this past month, that we have seen .00 rainfall in many bay area cities, which is about as dry as you can get in february. march can be a very wet month, and it will be, i hope so. generally, it's been a long time since we've seen a real dry march, but we need the rain, and right now, with 50% rainfall average in many cities, just roughing it out, 50%. march is really going to have to get going. forecast highs tomorrow will be kind of similar to today, maybe some 70s. i went through that map pretty quick, but this showed some yellow. it wouldn't be hard for east of brentwood to hit 70 degrees. so temperatures again, watching the trees. the trees are starting to bloom. you're starting to see spring like signs or symptoms out there, it's definitely going to
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be different when we get into some weather again, because it does. i think our internal clocks are saying, hey, it's spring time. everybody is thinking it's spring, but it's not. and we get going here. we've got more rain coming, but not this week. the five-day forecast continues dry. using smart technology to pay your bills just took another step forward. you may soon be able to pay utilities by using alexa. on march 1st, the city of mesa, arizona, will allow people to pay their utility bills and receive other information about city services by asking alexa. they'll also be able to learn more about local government officials and what's going on in the community. right now, the feature only works with alexa, but the city is working to make it available on all smart home devices. >> the city has got a smart city initiative, and it's where technology is going. it's what people do everyday anyways. if they're interacting with other services, why not interact with the city of mesa? >> this feature will allow
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people to not only pay their bills via alexa, but also ask their voice assistant when their bill is due. doctors say an unusual surgery procedure went very well. you are looking at what you're thinking. the 53-year-old professional violinist played music by gershwin all while surgens removed a tumor from her right frontal lobe. they asked her to play to ensure that her musical abilities were not damaged during the surgery. that is really remarkable. rod blagojevich calling himself a freed political prisoner. i'm matt flynn live outside
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blagojevich's home in chicago. federal immigration agents adduced of breaking state law. the arrests made at the sonoma county courthouse, and what the people taken into custody were wanted for. also a man accused of trying to rape a woman who was doing push ups in the middle of a group workout class. what good samaritans did to help rescue the woman. huge tax breaks for the rich, while the middle-class continues to struggle. that's what happens when billionaires are able to control the political system. our campaign is funded by the working people of this country, and those are the people that i will represent. no more tax breaks for billionaires. we are going to guarantee health care to all people and create up to 20 million good paying jobs to save this planet. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message because we need an economy that works for all of us, not just wealthy campaign contributors.
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bi thougin that moment. illiant that works for all of us, we have not said one word tonight about race. not one word. are you kidding me? the heart and soul of this party is diversity. when a kid succeeds in columbia, south carolina - in las vegas, nevada - that is a triumph for every american. people don't know tom steyer. i've known tom steyer for fifteen years. his commitment on racial justice and social justice is rock solid. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
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he's been on the job a little over a year, but now reports that william barr is considering stepping down over the president's repeated tweets on investigations. last week, barr told abc news tweets from president trump quote make it impossible to do my job. that came after the president weighed in on roger stone's
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sentencing, saying the doj prosecutors were too harsh. >> the attorney general has no intention to quit. no intention to resign whatsoever. the president has also been clear. they have a good working relationship. >> sources say barr has told the president a few times that his tweets make the doj seem less independent, and he will not be bullied or influenced into a decision by anyone or any tweets. after spending eight years in prison, newly freed former illinois governor rod blagojevich today thanked president trump for commuting his sentence. fox's matt fin has more now from chicago. >> it's been a long, unhappy journey. >> reporter: rod blagojevich is back home in chicago, and with a clean shave for the cameras. >> i'm bruised, and i'm battered, and i'm bloody. it's been a long time since
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i've shaved with a normal razor. >> reporter: blagojevich walking out of prison tuesday after serving nearly eight years on corruption and other charges. he maintains his innocence. >> reporter: on wednesday, he joined his family outside their home, expressing gratitude to president trump for commuting his sentence. >> how do you properly thank someone who has given back the freedom that was stolen from you? he didn't have to do this. he's a republican, i was a democratic governor, and doing this does nothing to help his politics. >> reporter: he was convicted of trying to sell barack obama's vacated senate seat when he was elected president. >> i want to say thank you to the people of illinois who elected me twice as governor. i didn't let you down. >> reporter: illinois house republican leader jim dirken saying quote, i think it's wrong, and it sends a bad
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message to people in this country that you know what? you don't exactly have to pay your debt to society. a crowd gathered here. some said they loved him. others told him to go back to colorado. the former governor now says he's a quote trump-ocrat and if he can, he will vote for him. the flood waters in mississippi are starting to recede. many lives in hard hit areas near jackson are being allowed to return back home. authorities say it may take two to three days for flood waters to recede. then the city has to check the homes and buildings in those areas for safety. only then can power crews come in and restore power. rain is still being reported across a wide area from houston, texas, to south carolina. late word of a homicide arrest in the south bay. a 25-year-old man is in custody on suspicion of murder after a
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woman's body was found at an airbnb. >> terrible. nothing really happens around here. it's a nice neighborhood. >> the victim was discovered at that airbnb yesterday. she's not being identified until next of kin are notified. >> word of that arrest came in just the past hour. here is a mug shot that we received. deputies identified the suspect as 25-year-old rioichi brusia. our crime reporter, henry lee tonight on what we've learned about this killing. >> reporter: santa clara sheriff's investigators went door-to-door in the east foothills. they were looking for surveillance video, hoping to find whoever killed this woman in a quiet tree lined street. the victim had rented part of the property through an airbnb. >> i know he had a couple of
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tenants, but i didn't know about the airbnb until recently. >> reporter: sheriff's deputies found the body and worked late into the night. i've learned an attorney said there had been a homicide at the home, and even gave out a possible name of the victim. so far authorities haven't revealed her name or how she had been killed. katherine had lived on the street for 46 years. she's shocked by what happened. >> nothing really happens around here. it's a nice neighborhood. >> reporter: i reached out to the owner of the home, but he declined to comment. this is the third homicide case in recent months in the bay area, with ties to airbnb properties. five people were killed in a gang related shootout at a halloween party in orinda. in a statement, airbnb said we are urgently investigating this tragedy, and

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