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threatened *again for being a sanctuary city... it's the second time in less than three months. a letter warning the city...what will happen if it continues to protect its undocumented residents. good afternoon, i'm kenny choi. and i'm michelle griego. but first -- we begin with breaking news. a bit of a rocky time right now as the dow has dropped more than 500 points. k-c-b-s radio financial reporter jason brooks... joins us to
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explain the big selloff.. jason brooks from k-c-b-s radio. thanks and jason is about to go live on our kcbs and kpix facebook pages so join him there
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him there and ask your questions. fremont is one of 23 jurisdictions nationwide that received this second letter... the letter says that if these cities fail to turn over information on its undocumented immigrants... the u-s department of justice will subpoena them. kpix 5 reporter jessica flores with a recent tweet -- that's bringing more fear to the community. look live/ the city of fremont- a sanctuary city- is facing backlash from the feds and one
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public today. the move has pitted president trump against the f-b-i and department of justice. kpix-5's jackie ward joins us in studio... jackie -- both of the f-b-i and department of justice is strongly opposing the memo's release. a controversial classified memo is now public .. despite objections to its
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release from the fbi and justice department. president trump agrees to declassify a controversial memo...over the objections of
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president trump will use the memo to justify the firing of deputy attorney general rod rosenstein. rosenstein -- a trump appointee -- is the man in charge of special counsel robert muller. firing rosenstein would allow the president to appoint someone new who could be more open to the idea of firing mueller. kenny? lawmakers are considering a bill to address what president trump called a "top priority" in his state of the union speech -- lowering prescription drug prices. the proposed "creates act" would target what critics say
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are legal...but questionable tactics that drug companies use to "delay the introduction of cheaper, generic medications." currently -- the government gives a patent to companies for 20 years to exclusively sell their drug. but a company could make minor changes... like switching from a capsule to a tablet. that would extend its exclusive right a little longer. 1:53 "(sot - michael carrier / rutgers law school professor) every time there's a change like this, the generic has to go back to the drawing board. has to redesign the product, get f.d.a. approval, it can't be substituted at the pharmacy counter because it's a little bit different, and so that's what product hopping is all about. (13) 2:06 the drug industry says currently 90- percent of all medicines are generic. more than a thousand new ones approved just last year. they feel -- by in large -- the system has been working and has been fair. the sentencing hearing for the doctor convicted of molesting more than 100 gymnasts... erupted in chaos. (father lunges at nassar) the father of 3 girls who were all abused... randall margraves lunged at doctor larry nassar in the
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courtroom. it was the second day of victim statements in nassar's final sentencing hearing. margraves was quickly pulled away and handcuffed... 2:20 "we cannot react by using physical violence and assault against someone who has made criminal acts, that's not how our justice system works 2:35 in the end -- the judge says there's "no way" she'll punish the father of three victims of nasssar. nassar has been already been sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison in another county. relief could be on the way for people dealing with the burdens of a past pot conviction in california. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec has more on the bill that could change the way the courts deal with expungement. when californians voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use, it was retro-
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the board voted wednesday night that del roble, glider and miner elementary schools will close starting with the 2018-2019 school year. the decisions was made after several meetings and community forums on the issue since september... many parents say they're saddened by the news.
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47:03 "we really didn't think it would happen to glider and it's kind of sad.... {* *butt with* *} 49:44 "i don't think they put a lot of thought into it. especially since they decided on what schools to close without figuring out the boundaries of where the kids will go to" 49:52 the final discussions on boundaries will be made no later than march first. families impacted by the school closures will receive letters with their children's new school assignments. a 51-year-old woman died at a bart station. she fell down the escalator at the montgomery street bart station. by the time paramedics arrived.. she was already dead. she has now been identified as yanira funes of oakland. the san francisco coroner says the incident is still under investigation. what does it feel like to drive the morning after partying? a new suit that simulates a hangover... and shows the dangers of driving even when you're no longer drunk. plus-- big news for steph curry and his crew... what ayesha announced this morning...that will drastically change their family.
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fire fighting is a very dangerous profession.
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we have one to two fires a day and when you respond together and you put your lives on the line, you do have to surround yourself with experts. and for us the expert in gas and electric is pg&e. we run about 2,500/2,800 fire calls a year and on almost every one of those calls pg&e is responding to that call as well. and so when we show up to a fire and pg&e shows up with us on almost every one of those calls pg&e is responding to the call as well. when we show up to a fire and pg&e shows up with a team, i rely on them, and the firefighters of this department relying on them. we have to practice safety every day. utilizing pg&e's talent trains are firefighters on the gas or
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electric aspect of the fire. when we have an emergency situation we will be more skilled and prepared to mitigate the emergency for all concerned. the things we do, every single day, and to have a partner that is so skilled at what they do is indefensible -- indispensable. twice about how you get to work on monday. turns out, driving with a hangover can be just as bad as drunk driving! cbs news' laura podesta shows us: the hangover suit. if you plan to party on super bowl sunday you may want to think twice about how you get to work on monday. driving with a hangover can be just as bad as drunk driving. laura podesta shows us the hangover suit. >> reporter: the excitement of
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watching the super bowl can lead to overindulgence. if your party goes into overtime you may be feeling a little queasy the next day.>> is hangover driving as bad as drunk driving?>> it is. >> reporter: to simulate the feeling of being sleep deprived, lethargic and distracted the morning after a night out. for developed this suit. i put on a heavy vest along with ankle and wrist weight plus glasses to distort my vision. >> i can tell it's making everything blurry. and a headset with a aggravated soundtrack. then i got behind the wheel. a simple slalom course was tough to get through. >> i feel like i am going straight over the cone.
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>> reporter: in the real world experts say driving hung over is no joke. richard mallow is an executive director at mothers against drunk driving. the headache, your sluggishness, that will always impact how you drive.>> reporter: both he and ford recommend having a designated driver. not only if you are drinking but the next day too. congratulations are in order for the curry family. it has nothing to do with steph curry's basketball skills. his wife announced she is expecting their third baby. she posted a picture of herself wearing this white t-shirt that says preggers. she says she is feeling very last and feeling very sick. spot can they be a cuter family?>> let's talk about the
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gorgeous forecast. we are lucky to be in the bay area. conditions are clear. thin clouds out there. temperatures are warm. here's a look at what you can expect. happy friday, clear dry conditions. record-breaking kind of day. we have an offshore wind. that will cause drier air out there. here's a view from our dublin camera. locale pretty this guy is. 67 in san francisco. satellite radar showing just a few of those thin clouds that are out there. that's it. that is all we are dealing with. that is what will cause the record-breaking conditions. today and through your weekend. tomorrow will be similar to today. temperatures in the mid to upper 70s. here's a look at the wind right now. northeast wind and and hayward.
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most of the wind pattern will be offshore. that does cause drier conditions and warmer conditions out there. 9 pm tonight wind gusts picking up in napa. two and 3 am they will stay strong through concord. san francisco you may hear trees wrestling out there. it is the offshore wind. expect your skin to feel dry. the humidity levels will drop. here's a look at where we should be. upper 50s for most of san francisco. oakland 60 degrees. we will be 16 18 degrees warmer. here's a look at some of your neighborhoods. 74 and sunnyvale today. 76 in concord.
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around the bay temperatures in the low to mid 70s. it will stay very warm across the north bay. sunset happening tonight at 5:34 pm. sunrise tomorrow 7:11 am. expect sunshine out there all weekend long. across squaw valley it looks gorgeous. sunshine is on the slopes. you may want to get into the lake. possibly paddle boarding. we do need as much snow as we can get. as we look through the 7 day forecast there is none insight for the next seven days. possibly the next 10 days. 70s all the way across the board.>> we have been looking forward to this warm weekend since monday.>> do you know what a polar bear does from moment to moment? i don't. >> new images that give us a up close and personal look at their daily lives. it shows the and tending threats to the world that they live in.
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is having a bigger impact on the animals than first thought. teri okita reports: some amazing video caught on camera is helping researchers track every move the polar bears make. nats - polar bear growling) (evn) (track 1) scientist polar bears in the arctic say climate change is having a bigger impact on the animals than first thought. terry okada reports. amazing video is helping researchers track and remove the polar bears make. >> reporter: with temperatures at 20 degrees below zero this is the -- as close to a polar
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bear that scientist can get. new insight into how the threatened species hunts and mates. >> it is fascinating to learn the basic behaviors of these animals. >> reporter: the u.s. geological survey followed nine female polar bears off the coast of alaska. at springtime, over a three- year period. they log animals behavior, which is vital for hunting. >> how often they are catching seals. how often they are trying to catch seals. >> reporter: scientists found climate change and shrinking ice cover are making it impossible for bears to catch enough prey to meet their bodies needs. they lost weight instead of putting on the pounds needed to reproduce, care for cubs, and
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survive harsh winters. zookeepers in britain say at some point bears and captivity may be needed to help boost the wild population. they created a state of the are breeding enclosure at a zoo in scotland and it worked. in december a polar bear cub was born in britain for the first time in a quarter of a century. terry okada, cbs news, london. >> researchers will learn a lot. we will keep it during those cute videos.>> it is night -- nice to get close that way with the camera and not in person. >> we'll be right back. p at fiv
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and the beautiful is next. ken and liz will see you at five. every year the sugar beets are fantastic. you need to try these. they are fantastic. this dark pink color, like all apples extremely firm. when you bring them home put them in your refrigerator right away. apples are good on the counter. those room temperatures will make it -- it can last a few days that way. what's great about this apple as the skin is on the bitter side. inside the texture -- when you
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combine all these flavors it is fantastic. it's really crispy. i have to tell you. there you go. remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. you know what my favorite combo is? >> have a great day everybody.
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♪ >> ridge: i'm not asking you to ignore what you're going through. i'm asking you to process it with your wife. oke: our wedding gives you the chance to reach out to her. >> ridge: and maybe... open your heart to the idea of forgiveness. >> brooke: there was a time that i predicted ridge and i would never be together, but here we are, ready to commit to each other. >> ridge: you didn't ask for any of this. what your father did to your wife is... and, yes, you are the victim in this. but please try to remember that you're not the only victim. >> hope: look, i am not trying to sound harsh.


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