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>> seven of the democratic presidential hopefuls were onstage in south carolina tonight. but just one of them drew most of the fire. ne, i'm julie haener. >> it was crucial tonight, the last debate before the primary in south carolina on saturday and super tuesday, one week from tonight. craig lee with the report. >> reporter: ks at the democratic debate in south carolina, six candidates on stage, focusing their attacks on the front runner, senator bernie sanders. >> we want someone in charge of this ticket who wants to put forward $60 trillion in spending. >> 150 million people have been killed since 2007 when bernie voted to exempt gun manufacturability.
>> sanders countered by pointing to his army of the support. >> if you want to beat trump what you will need is an unprecedented, grassroots movement of black and white, and latino, native american and asian people. >> sanders also came under fire for past comments, praising social programs in fidel castro's cuba. >> we will not win these critical house and senate races if people in those races have to explain why the nominee of the democratic party is telling people to look at the bright side of the castro regime. >> it's different than saying the government occasionally does things that are good. >> joe biden is counting on a victory on saturday in south carolina's primary. based on his support from black voters. >> folks, i intend to win south carolina, and i will win the
african-american vote here. >> every single policy area and the united states has gigantic subtext of race. we are talking about education, criminal justice, housing, we are talking about loans. >> this is also the last debate before super tuesday, the less time michael bloomberg will be on the ballot. >> i don't care how much money mayor bloomberg has. the core of the democratic party will never trust him. >> i'm the one choice that makes sense, i have the experience, i have the resources and the record.>> more than one third of the nation's delegate is up for grabs on super tuesday. >> the bay area had a number of debate watch parties tonight including one at red bay coffee roastery . the audience was diverse in age and ethnicity. voters we spoke with said
issues they really care about include education, healthcare and taxes. some said they want the candidate who has the best chance to defeat donald trump. >> am leaning towards bloomberg because i feel like he would probably be the best candidate to go against trump. >> i like amy klobuchar but i think warren is probably more in line with what we need in california. >> i support bernie because he's done the work, he's earned the position and is more than credible. >> towards the end of the debate, and informal survey was taken among those in the room. sanders received the most support. with super tuesday a week away, bernie sanders is sowing here in california. the most recent [class is being polled] show sanders with 24%, followed by joe biden at 17%, mike bloomberg at 17%, pete buttigieg. >> looking for suspects in a
shooting that injured a woman and her two week old baby this afternoon. it happened at home on alejo way, not far from mission boulevard in the niles district. the woman's husband tells us he was the intended target and knows the suspects. he says he exchanged gunfire with him using a gun he legally owns. his wife was grazed by a bullet in the leg and dropped her baby that she was holding. both fortunately, are expected to be okay. >> it is scary, i mean it's 3:00 in the afternoon. we don't expect to this. everybody coming from school, work.>> the three suspects all escape, crime scene investigators are canvassing the neighborhood. a man wanted for a deadly hit-and-run surrender today to face vehicular manslaughter charges. authorities say the 24-year-old joshua byrne turned himself in. he is accused of hitting a 12- year-old in castro valley.
investigators say surveillance video shows what the driver did. >> we did see that joshua, after striking lana, stopped, looked, then took off and left her in the road to die.>> officer gabe walters said burns would not discuss what happened. flowers have been left at the crash scene by neighbors and well-wishers for carlos and her family. the mayor of san francisco is declaring a health emergency to prepare for the possible arrival of the coronavirus. they are london breed says there are no confirmed cases in the city but she says they need to be ready in case with resources and public outreach. federal officials say it's only a matter of time before the coronavirus begins to spread within the united states. >> there were steep losses on wall street again today, driven by fear that the virus could derail the global economy. the dow was off 879 points, after losing more than 1000
points yesterday. the nasdaq was down 255, the s&p 500 was down 97. uncertainty about whether the virus will develop into a pandemic has governments all over the world on high alert. jana katsuyama talk to one bay area economist about whether the outbreak the trigger a global recession. >> reporter: the slide was caused by concerns that the coronavirus that has infected more than 80,000 people, could reach pandemic levels and cause a global recession. the centers for disease control says the u.s. has just 57 cases but ultimatelywill see community spread in this country. it's not so much a question of if this will happen anymore, but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen. >> the stock market plunged with that news and concerns ov outside of china. 37 countries now have moved to quarantine patients.
>> unfortunately, the more effective you are and trying to contain the virus, the more disruptive that is for the economy. >> and economist with wells fargo says the health of the global economy depends on how quickly the virus can be contained. it could take until mid-march before china's global supply chain, so critical to many u.s. companies, is back to full production. the travel, tech and manufacturing fisheries are feeling the effects, the tokyo olympics might be canceled or postponed. the trump administration tried to allay fears. >> our economy is in good shape, this virus won't last forever. we have contained it. >> some investors say they can wait until the market bounces back. >> i look at as a buying opportunity for some stocks. >> other people are worried. >> we are doing very good in the job market right now, but that is something that can easily change. >> the conditions don't really seem to be in place for a recession unless this virus really turns out to be a good
deal more serious. >> the trump administration said if there's an outbreak in the u.s. there are not enough ventilators and facemasks so they've asked congress for $2.5 billion in emergency funding reporting from san francisco, jana katsuyama, ktvu fox 2 news. they've survived for more than a week before being rescued from the wilderness of west marin. see how their palo alto neighbors are getting ready to welcome them home. at first, some new information on the crash of a tesla that killed a silica in county man. with the ntsb says he was doing at the time. we choose to go to the moon in this decade
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>> the ntsb announced on tuesday limitations in tesla's autopilot system and a distracted driver playing a video on his game caused the deadly 2018 crash on highway 101 in mountain view. adding that the 38-year-old apple engineer who was killed in the crash was relying too heavily on the autopilot technology of his tesla model axa. >> the driver did not take corrective action when the autopilot lane keeping assistance system steered the vehicle into the gore area, nor did he take evasive action to avoid the collision. it was most likely due to the distraction of a cell phone game at completion. >> they called out tesla saying they need to do more to address autopilot concerns beyond alert notifications that they've already changed. >> those are good things, but as we've talked about before, fixing problems after people die is not really a good highway approach. >> the ntsb also criticized the national traffic safety
administration for not having enough oversight of the technology. >> it's time to stop enabling drivers in any partially automated vehicle to pretend they have driverless cars. >> the tesla was driving at 70 miles an hour with the autopilot feature on when it slammed into a median barrier. the ntsb also called out caltrans and the chp for not making timely notifications and repairs for a safety barrier that was damaged weeks earlier before the crash. >> if this crash in tenuate or have been in working for them, the driver likely would have survived. >> caltrans says it has since changed how it tracks damage for infrastructure. the ntsb made nine safety recommendations including an evaluation of tesla's autopilot feature. also called and tech companies to disable distractions on mobile devices while driving saying the current opt in a method is not enough.
the fda has accused jimmy john's observing vegetables that were part of five e. coli or salmonella outbreaks. the agency sent a warning letter to the company. they say jimmy john's used clover sprouts and cucumbers that did not meet legal food safety standards and that the restaurants had been linked to several outbreaks. the fda has asked the chain to respond to the letter within 15 days with a specific plan to address the violations. jimmy john's has at least eight locations here in the bay area. alameda county supervisors voted to ban the sale of vaping products in unincorporated areas of the county. it represents an effort to curb the cigarette use among children and teens. nearly 70% of high school students in alameda county say they have not vaping products at a store, that is compared with less than 7% who say they made those purchases online. the ordinance needs a second vote to take affect.
san francisco-based juul is coming under investigation and dozens of states in its marketing vaping products. investigators say they are looking into whether jewel lab targeted children and made misleading claims about nicotine content in its devices. the attorney general from connecticut, florida, nevada, oregon, and texas announced today that they will be leading a multistate investigation. juul released a statement saying it has halted tv, print and digital advertising and eliminated most of its flavors in response to>>mazon has open largest so-called ghost story yet. it's a grocery store that is about five times larger than the company's typical ghost store. shoppers can grab items and head out the door without going to a checkout stand. cameras combined with sensors and a smart phone app charge and shoppers amazon account as soon as they leave. amazon has not announced any plans yet to expand the
concept. coming up, a standoff with a wayward sea lion, how authorities finally got the animal back on course. and of the declaration is already in place ready to welcome home a palo alto couple who was lost for a week. and we are looking at some more temperatures staying warm for tomorrow. i will have the forecast for your wednesday. now, we know the trump strategy-
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the rescue of couple from palo alto lost in west marin for more than a week has warmed the hearts of a lot of people. neighbors have been putting up welcome home signs to greet them when they get out of the hospital. >> reporter: amid the trees that line this palo alto neighborhood on a tuesday afternoon is a sign placed above the porch of a home that reads hip hip hooray, another sign wrapped reads welcome home. the guests of honor, are the residents in irwin and carol anne kirkpatrick nine, but for now the 72-year-old and 77-year- old remain hospitalized from injuries suffered when they became lost and stranded in the wilderness of inverness. the decorations in front of the home were put up by a neighbor who tells us the community is
eager for their return. miracle is how tom stone describes ian and carol's survival. he spent days following the search to find them. >> when it was beyond a week, i was very concerned about them. >> and their eventual rescue, after eight days in the wilderness. >> i was thinking maybe they fell, or they were trapped somehow.>> the couple did become trapped according to the sheriff's office who said the couple was surrounded by thick foliage and could not get out. authorities say they likely survived by drinking from a puddle found where they were located. another neighbor who did not want to speak on camera at the request of the family told us that ian and carol, two seasoned hikers, who regularly hike in inverness, eight ferns to stay alive. >> we are so happy to have them alive and doing well. >> i am so happy they found them. >> ian and carol are known to
be social with those in the neighborhood. so it's perhaps no surprise that the community put out this massive display on their home for the day they could finally return from their wild and unexpected adventure. >> palo alto is very much that way. it's always been that way for us, too. i mean, we know our neighbors, and they help us out in various ways. >> we are so happy to have them back alive and well. we have breaking news to bring you from southern california, you are looking at life fixtures from the marathon petroleum refinery in the town of carson. it is the largest refinery on the west coast, there is a big fire, you can see the big emergency response, all the water going to try to douse these claims, it's in la county, a really big refinery fire that crews are battling at this hour. we've been told that northbound
and southbound traffic on the 405 are closed at the wilmington avenue exit because of this fire that crews are battling. if we learn any new information we will bring it to you. again, a large refinery fire underway in southern california. that's a big fire, those flames look like they are more than 100 feet in the air. with 405 close, that's a big deal, so we will stay on that. i'll get going with the weather, in terms of temperatures, another warm day tomorrow, we had record warmth today at sfo. in santa rosa it was 81, that was not a record but it was pretty warm. it's about where it was last night at this time temperature wise, beautiful day tomorrow with plenty of sunshine everywhere. front to back, top to bottom, mostly sunny, the high in san
francisco makes it to 70 degrees tomorrow, yellow is for 70s, so they pop in on the map, and no rain to talk about, that's for sure. rain doesn't get here until probably early march. we might see a little something sunday night, that would be the beginning of the erosion of this high, in the hope that something will come in for march. so the models are ready consistent with more of a dynamic pattern for us in early march, let's hope that's the case. in the meantime, enjoy spring. highs for tomorrow, lots of upper 70s. i think it will be a degree or cool to cooler than yesterday. i don't think we will see many 80s, we will see mostly mid-70s, the big take away will be sunday, when the clouds come back, and the temperatures really, really drop off.
we are just looking at this refinery fire out the corner of ri, it's big, and it's an carson. >> la county, and they closed both lanes of the freeway, the 405, as an abundant of caution, no injuries have been reported at this time, but you can see all the water being poured on the fire as we are watching. there's life fixtures there from southern california. the city of carson in la county. the marathon petroleum refinery, the largest refinery on the west coast. onto other news, wayward sea lion kept wildlife officials on their toes, a 600 pound female wandered onto a country road, it took more than 20 sheriff's deputies, and state wildlife officials several hours to finally get the sea lion into a crate. cruz then released her into the
columbia river about 14 miles away. the undermanned warriors play the kings tonight at the chase center but the nba markey's matchup was in la. mark has it all coming up next in sports. first, a live look outside, clear skies on this tuesday night, beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge, thanks for joining us, we will pick up again in two minutes. awesome internet.
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>> they are already making a big deal out of it, the return of steph curry from his broken hand. they have lost 22 out of the last 25, that in itself is a breath of fresh air. staff always accommodating, to the kids in particular. an autograph and a high five, then they go to work against a team they used to dominate. andrew wiggins, with 16 points, how about marquese chriss, beautiful play, one of the warrior bright spots, but sacramento dominated this game, the warriors never lead for a second. buddy hield comes through off the bench with 19 for sacramento, 112-94, the long faced steve kerr tells it all. let's go down to la where zion williamson makes his presence felt, and he will try to get it done again against lebron and the lakers. he did have his moments, like that. 6'7", 285 pounds, just 19 years old.
but turnovers killed the young pelicans, and lebron, like a locomotive, says hey kid, i'm not done yet. still lebron. the lakers win, and i also celebrate with red vines on the bench. as we wrap it up. the sharks in the same predicament as the warriors, just make what you can out of the rest of the season. take a look at some of the young players, joe thornton is still around, still skating. jake middleton with a shot on goal for the sharks against philly, and it's young joel kellman, an undrafted rookie out of sweden and then kevin hayes with the flap or pass here, and they put it away 4-2. but this is something the sharks have been criticized for. not enough aggression. that's noah gregor. to no avail, the sharks fall 4-
2, to philly. there -4 on the road trip. let's check this out, this segment will be called between the wicked, this is alex caruso, and worth another look. through the legs, as i mentioned, 40 points per check this out, marquese chriss to jordan poole, drive felt, and good, one of the nice moments for the warriors tonight, that's pretty sweet. and then, on the ice, check this out, late second, they scored in the power play, and betweenle for the score right there. and this shot, full court at the university of montana, a student comes out of the stands, $11,111 he wins. >> that was quite a throw.
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