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so, i can take on donald trump on the economy - and beat him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message - because there is nothing more powerful than the unified voice of the american people. malou is about to show you a pizza her heart. >> we will show you the love and how the toss out a broken heart.
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ooh. >> and then the celebrity astrologer susan miller has predictions for the new year. plus, cupid goes bananas. >> can i get your digits, man, in is kay have to hit you up. >> and we have some last-minute gifts to warm your heart. and mayor breed is speaking in san francisco, and we are >> wait until you see what is monitoring it, and she actually inside. just spoke about that relationship. >> it is all happening right now on "california live." >> i reflected on my own personal relationship with ♪ mohammad over the years and i felt that in the spirit of transparency, it was important that i disclose, you know, our relationship and our interactions so that it i me. >> head to the investigate tiff unit section on our home page for the bay area stories tied to the scandal. >> and now for the break in the case of the two boys murdered in
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the east bay. months after the crime, police are announcing arrests. bob redell is just leaving the news conference. what is revealed about those murder, bob? >> well, marcus, law enforcement believes that the two boys were killed as a result of a war between two rival street gangs and a war they believe it has been going on since 2005. the two alleged gang members who have been arrested for murdering the 11-year-old and 14-year-old boy at a union city elementary school are teenagers as well. police have arrested 18-year-old jason cornejo there and also a 17-year-old boy from hayward and they are not releasing his name because he is a juvenile. and so both are in custody on nonrelated charges, but they are accused of killing seanwithington and kevin hernandez. the boys were shot at 1:00 in the morning on november 23rd as they sat in this minivan in the
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parking lot of saerls elementary. and the law enforcement executed six warrants throughout the east bay and this is last thursday february 6th, and in this photo, the deputies and authorities seized 40 pounds of marijuana and meth and a couple of handguns and assault weapons and several high capacity magazines and according to police other pieces of evidence related to the double murder. the news conference was not just attended by the union city police, but hayward and the alameda county sheriff's office and the california attorney general was here, because his agency helped to solve at least part of this crime, and of the 32 investigations and 52 hours of work they put into this, they do not know yet the motive for why these boys were shot. they won't say why they were
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targeted but that the two suspects took advantage of them. >> many members of the department have children of the same age in this horrible violent crime affected us tremendously, but it is nowhere near the pain and suffering that these families have had to endure. our thoughts and prayers are continuing the be with the families through the difficult time. >> while it may not distinguish the disbelief and apprehension, maybe what it does is to bring a sense of direction and purpose that we have to find some conclusion, some resolution to these types of senseless acts of violence. maybe what it does is that it also encouraging people in our co more t afraid to tell to come forward. >> now, the law enforcement released this photo of several weapons and rifles.
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they are not related to the double murder, but they put them out there because of the result of the double murder, they have increased the patrols around the area where the crime took place and in the patrols, those are some of the weapons that they were incidentally able to seize. reporting live outside of the union city police department and union city hall. >> so many lives linked to that. >> yes. and now, a plane coming into sfo was held up, because one of the passengers showed symptoms of chezcoronavirus. as more on that. >> hello, laura and marcus, you know that there are cdc screeners here in the sfo and one of the first to get them in the u.s., but they are screening the people coming in from the hot zones to ssfo and unclear hw
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they could have screened somebody leaving to go somewhere else, and p reported coronavirus-like symptoms. and that passenger wasak airpla left for heathrow and the staff that took him back was not wearing protective gear, and upon landing the passenger was taken off of the flight while the rest of the passengers were left to wait on the plane for 25 minutes or so. and we reached out to this passenger who said that just landed at heathrow and the captain just announced that someone on the plane had suspected coronavirus. the person was isolated at the back of the plane and fingers crossed for a false alarm. we have not heard back from that passenger, but the spokesperson for united airlines says that the crews are trained of what precautions to take if someone is ill on flight. the aircraft has undergone a
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deep clean which includes cleaning all surface areas and overhead bins. the plane is now on the way back from heathrow to sfo, but it is delayed by two hours. the united site curiously says it is an issue with the airport security screening system, and no reference to any potential health hazard and that flight is due to arrive here at sfo at 2:00. at sfo, kris sanchez, bay area news. and now to decision 2020 the race for the president and the democratic presidential candidates to pick up california's nearly 500 delegates. this state is rich in delegates and ri67 ch in fund-raising cas and so now we go to sharon who is in palo alto where mayor pete is fund-raising and this is not his only stop in the bay. >> that is right, laura. this is a private event, and we will be seeing the room where he is going to be speaking at 12:3o
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attend the event and this is where the luncheon will take place, and the mayor buttigieg will speak to the audience after that. and before the luncheon, there is a private meet and greet and supporters are saying he is gaining support despite comments from rush limbaugh that america is not ready for a gay president. >> well, if he is elected then america is ready for a gay president, and the best testament to people not being concerned about it is the election so far. he did really well not only in indiana and in the primaries fo care about his personal life. it is about the issues. >> reporter: mayor buttigieg attended an event in san francisco earlier this morning at the san francisco gay men's chorus, and this back here live, and surely going to be a lively campaign and we saw a truck driver coming by here holding a
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trump 2020 poster yelling at us to show that on air. so definitely more to come for this campaign. reporting live in palo alto, i'm sharon kasuda. >> yes. and the candidates have their eye set on the california cash ahead of super tuesday and bernie sanders is going to be in east bay in richmond monday and at paradise that was destroyed in the fire as a backdrop in campaign ads about climate change. and b momfield is spending a lot of cash as well on ads. >> and also california voters
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can do more than just cast their vote as governor newsome allows people to change their party affiliation and update their address. the move is to help support, and this is supported by democrats who hope to convert some state's 5.6 million independent voters. just in, a truce reached with the taliban. a u.s. official says that the deal could lead to american troops withdrawing from afghanistan soon. this comes as secretary state and defense secretary are meeting with afghanistan's president in germany. switching gears. the microclimate weather and people are wondering how the weather is going to affect their weekend plans. the warmer weather nd we have and then cooler temperatures and kari hall is tracking the weather for us. what are we in for? >> we are in for the roller coaster to continue. and we started up high and now down the hill and we have the
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hands up and going back up as we head into tomorrow. the live look tomorrow into san francisco as the sun starts to come out, and now we will gradually warmup, and heading up to 57 degrees and 57 in oakland and low 60s in the south bay to the tri valley to the north bay, and napa is reaching 62 degrees. we are all making valentine's plans and if you are going out to dinner in san francisco at 5:00, you will see the temperatures dipping from 60 degrees quickly into the mid-nit you have the jacket handy and we will go into the weekend forecast and check back with you in a few minutes. >> okay. and now, a fallout of the sexual assault accusation made by a former berkeley high school student. this woman claims administrators did not take action after a classmate tried to rape her. students walked out of school last week following the revelations and last week, there
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was a list that popped up in the girl's restroom warning them about certain students, and now the parents are meeting with the students, and the school, and there is a hope to hire a coordinator for sexual assault training and more education on consent. >> and now two elementary schools will be closing their doors. the evergreen voted last night to close laurel wood and dove hill. they are citing declining enrollment, and silt goit is go impact about 700 student, but they say there won't be any layoffs. if you are driving through the tunnel, you know how bad it can be. we will breakdown what is it like to make it in the bay. and you have to see this. the south bay homeowner says that the police are behind the damage to his home.
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what he wants done after a standoff was over. coming up after the nbc bay area news at 11:00, "california live" and at 12:00, "access daily" and followed by "days of our lives" at 1:00. fighting climate change
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welcome back. san jose police may now have the suspect in the recent deadly shooting. actually caught in the standoff that led to the arrest is now stuck with the big cleanup bill, and that standoff ended on verdi drive and they shot off canisters believing that the suspect was inside, but they were off. so the homeowner is hoping that the city will at least pick up the deductible. >> i hope that someone would help us. we had nothing to do with this. >> the officers actually arrested the standoff suspect outside of the home next door. he and another man arrested this week are both tied to a san jose murder case from last no to the
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coverage of making it in the bay. we are finding out more about what is happening with people who were pushed out of the homeless encampment. last month sonoma county evicted people on the trail in santa rosa and more than half of the people are in temporary housing and emergency shelters and motels. the trail is closed for cleanup and it is expected, and that cleanup is expected to last through the month. >> and we are looking at making it in the bay means for your commuting. your commute. and mike tracks this commute every morning on "today in the bay." and what are you focusing on now? >> we are focusing on the delays and looking at contra costa county. >> and in the years past, you t and twists and tunnels and the route may hold a surprise for you, and in the morning, we will see the big volume of traffic
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along walnut creek to macarthur maze and the toll plaza. and my dive into the caltrans data maze is showing that it is decreased overall daily by 46% between 2010 and 2019, and now, one major factor in this e du reduction is that now we have two tunnels available for drivers all day long which is not always the case. and back in 2014, they added a fourth floor to allow the traffic to flow better throughout the day, and before it headed over, it is westbound, and had and still does have two in the commute direction. >> it is evening commute that is going to cause to the total delays, and we have the doubling of the traffic flows from the traffic commute and the numbers that you like to see the lower
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number of delays, and the morning commute. >> yes, exactly. and you can be there in time of dinner. >> and speaking of bart as well, they are considering new tactics to boost the ridership and increase the safety coming following another violent attack on the train, and bart is looking for another suspect wanted for assault, and they hit the victim with a chain and then got off at the lake merritt station, and nothing was stolen, and that victim was treated for minor injuries. e dropped to 10 million passengers and that is increased by 4% last year, and now the leaders are going to be distributing 1 million free weekend tickets trying to boost the ridership. and we have been looking in depth at bart, and it is all on the website
11:19 am and there's the opening bell of the new york stock exchange where the dow is down 127 point, but even though it dipped 100 points, it still heads for a winning week. and starting today, you now have one more thing to keep your kids occupied at sfo. >> and yes, new video of.
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>> the first lady has been spending some of her day at the children's inn at the national institutes of health. she spent part of the day to wish them a happy valentine and sat with them to make cards and children's inn a place for families with serious ill and participating in special studies. happy valentine's day to them. we will have more news for you coming up on this valentine's day. today on "california live," an astrologer to the stars is going to share her secrets for romance. making pizza as well. all this morning on nbc bay area. 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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hey, this is something that a lot of people are talking about on my facebook page. it is an article saying that males should tell their male friends that i love you and they say it is a muscle that we don't use and we need to flex it everyday. so if you have a friend who has been your friend ride or die for a long time, just say, hey, man, i love you. that is what i do. follow me on instagram and twitter and maybe i will tell you that i love you, and depends what you post. and it is valentine's day and love is in the air. >> and florists wholesalers des morning to pick up the supplies for all of the love birds, and flowers in stock, because many people want to do something different evebody wants to be different, yes. no one wants to do what mom and dad or grandma or grandpa did. >> and despite that valentine's
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day is on a friday this year, and some couples may be going out of town, they say that business is here, and not to have taken a hit. >> if it worked for mom and grandma and grandpa. >> well, let's work for this weather. >> it is going to be a nice one and some people have an extended weekend and if you are off on presidents' day, and we will enjoy more warm weather and warming up over a few degrees and that is going to pick up as we head back to work. >> and for presidents' day. >> and make sure that you are not up. >> yes, i will be here. >> i will be right here. >> all right. so we are going to be taking the weekend off and our next newscast tonight is 5:00. >> we will see you back here monday morning, and if you are off, join us. we will be here. >> early in the morning from 4:30 to 7:00 and it is of course join us at midday. >> and one last time. >> happy valentine's day. >> happy valentine's day. >> and should we do a kiss again? okay. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president
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is better than the criminal in the white house. we all have progressive plans to address the big challenges facing our country. what makes me different, is i've been working for ten years outside of washington, to end the corporate takeover of our democracy, and to return power to the american people. i started need to impeach to hold this lawless president i'm proposing big reforms like term limits... ...a national referendum... ...and ending corporate money in politics.
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as president, i'll declare climate change an emergency on day 1. and, use those powers to finally address the climate crisis. and, i've spent 30 years building a successful
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