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good morning to you, welcome to mornings on on 2. good morning, i'm frank here or a couple news headlines, begin the search for a missing teen. >> that's right, a week ago jenna was on her way to friends when her car plunged into the river. and the president is expected to make important calls to world leaders today. and vladimir putin, the man on the right there, on the list what he has and hadn't said about sanctions against rush i can't. chinese new year begins today, the year of the rootsier is well under way. >> celebrations celebrated for 23 days, chinese new year
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parade on february 11 in san francisco, i actually said almeda creek, sorry for that correction. back to chinese new years, chinese tradition clean your house at night before the new year. >> is that why you went to bed at 2:00. >> you only have until midnight. have you to keep out. >> 23 days, really? >> all month. >> you open the new year, close the new year, a business ' month. >> i had chinese food and the place was packed. >> opening the new year. >> there you go. >> maybe for the next 23 days at the very least. are you guys ready for spring time weather? >> bring it on. >> it's coming, some of the warmest temperatures we have seen at least for the month of january coming our way, sun city and monday the two warmest days. but today temperatures are warming to the low 60s for some of us giving you a live look here at mostly cloudy start
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over mount diablo, nice sunrise and we are looking at very colorful sky. storm tracker 2, you can see the clouds are filling into the by area over the ridge of high pressure building into our area for your weekend visibility. portions over north by, santa rosa has 10 miles visibility. a little bit of patchy fog. partly cloudy skies to start the morning. and cold once again, colder for something else, yesterday 33 creek. santa rosa checking in at 33 as william long the peninsula 40 degrees redwood city. 44 oakland and 46 degrees right now in the city of san francisco. so again, a modest warmup coming our way today, even warmer tomorrow. temperatures will get into the upper 60s for some of us, i will show you the extended forecast we have rain coming back to the bay area, i will
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show you when coming up. happening now the search is under way for a young who crashed her car into almeda creek. >> >> reporter: good morning claudia and frank, niles canyon road, niles canyon road shutting down right about now to help in the search for jada jenkins, joining us from almeda county sheriff's office about more on what is going on, this is a search for a young lady missing since a week ago today. >> yes, this morning we are prepared right now along niles canyon to close this road from 7:00 a.m. until about 6:00 p.m. we are hoping that we will be able to open it sooner, right now, you know, we are not sure. our main concern is making sure that people travel jag long this route know that this area
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will be closed and alternate from the city of sonoma to mission boulevard and alternate routes are to take 680 -- excuse me over to 880 or to take 580 to 880. >> tell me about the search today. this is really for jada jenkins i think that the by area is familiar with her story, she was driving this stretch of road a week ago today. >> yes. a week ago today she was driving this stretch of the road from her house in tracy in route to visit some friends. and her car went off the road and for the greater part of the week we have had search crews out here, drones, helicopters, k-9s, we've been searching for her, her vehicle is located but we are in the process of searching for her, working with her family who have been instrumental in wanting to assist in the search and that's what this is all about. >> and really, a large effort we are talking about today,
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there is a large law enforcement presence, but also a lot of volunteers as well. >> we are expecting over a hundred volunteers today from the almeda county search and rescue and search and rescue volunteer from all over the by area, staff from almeda county sheriff office, freed month pd, we are putting all hands on board to get this effort done. >> what that means for anybody driving through that area, niles canyon road shut down and so if you can avoid the area to allow the search to progress that is what you want folks to know. why void the area so we can get the search effort under way and get some answers today. >> thank you so much, we'll be checking in with you later on this morning. you heard that the search going on expected to pick up a little bit later on today at this point nice canyon shutting down right about now. there is a large sheriff's
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department presence. there is some emergency workers and rescue workers here who are going to be searching along the banks of the almeda creek here as well as volunteers. we started to pull in we saw parking lot where volunteers are rallying. they are doing a briefing here at 8:00 when the search is going to be getting under way. they have a lot of ground to cover. they want to be sure people stay clear of the area to make sure the crews can move freely and quickly and find jada jenkins. >> are the family members on hand already? >> reporter: we don't know who is here. we arrived at the sheriff's station here, the mobile command unit, we are going to go over and meet with the volunteers later on. once we found this command center we wanted to stand here, get a briefing on what is going on today and check in with volunteers and family members
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as well. >> thank you. family of the man shot and killed by police holding a march and a vigil today at city he police department. 91-year-old angel ramos was killed on sunday. ramos was fighting with a 16- year-old boy that had a knife. he was defending his brother during the fight, his family plans to meet at the vallejo police department today today at noontime. a massive manhunt in the south bay is over, someone stole an unmarked police cruiser in the redwood estates area thursday night and friday morning. spotted the silver chevy malibu and followed it to an apartment complex. police arrested two of them without incident but the third person took off. officers tracked him down and used a student gun to help sub due him. witnesses described to us the police chase. >> there were two very very
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loud almost booms, i don't know if they were -- i don't know what they were, i never heard that before. and then it was just screaming and cars screeching through the back parking lot. >> the suspect was struck on to a gurney and taken to the hospital. investigators have not revealed which of the three people arrested is the masked man seen on the surveillance footage. however, police will tell us they are confident that they have the suspect in custody. authorities say there were no weapons in the stolen police car and there is a good chance three men didn't know they were in an unmarked police cruiser. president trump on twitter this morning about an hour ago, he was treating about media coverage from the washington post and new york times, this comes as he prepares to meet major world leaders today, that expected that donald trump will have conversations with japanese prime minister abe,
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france president francois holland. the phone calls a day after trump's meeting with britain's prime minister theresa may, the first foreign leader to visit donald trump at the white house as president. much of the spotlight will be on a conversation between vladimir putin and the president, mr. trump hadn't taken a stance on lifting possible sanctions against the country. those are in place because of russia's presence in crimea. this all comes on the heels of president trump signing an executive order that temporarily closes our borders to refugees. the order halts the entrance of refugees to the u.s. for four mondays, indefinitely stops the admission of syrians trying to flee from a civil war in the country. puts into place what the president calls extreme vetting for citizens of seven predominantly muslim countries,
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iraq, iran, syria, yemen, sudan, and somalia. christian broadcasting network president trump said christian refugees would be given priority over muslims. >> i'm establishing new vetting measures to keep radical islamic terrorists out of the united states of america. we don't want them here. >> the countries that actually predues the terrorists that attacked us on september is first are not on that list -- september 11 are not on that list. >> most were women and children. increasing number of mexicans are calling for their government to push back against policies, after mr. trump spoke with mexican president over the phone. >> he chance canceled a meeting with the president, mr. trump insisted that mexico pay for
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imborder wall. taking a look at the growing tensions between our two countries. >> the star grocery in berkeley might be far from the mexican board every, you will see signs of mexico from tequlia and boar and fresh produce. peppers and cucumbers, these are all from mexico. >> even sweets and candies, products that could cost american consumers morph president trump implements the 20% tariffs on mexican goods to pay for a border wall. >> wholesale prices would end up increasing and retail prices would follow suit and then it would be perhaps harder to sell things. >> that includes automobiles and other goods made in mexico. this week after president trump and mexican president nieto canceled their meeting in washington, tension is rising, some mexicans are calling for retaliation. >> the united states is a more powerful country by a lot of measures.
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that facts convince that mexico doesn't have options which is a big mistake. >> history professor says mexico slap on its own tariff on u.s. goods. >> mexico is our third largest trade partner overall and it's the second largest market for exports in the world. >> some mexicans are calling for a boycott of american products with social media hashtag saying a dios to american companies. the country should respond without you are rendering. another or option, mexico could stop assisting u.s. with border control. expel law enforcement agents. professor says some mexicans suggest if mass deportations mexico could refuse to receive them unless the u.s. provides proof of mexican citizenship.
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and that was jenna katiama reporting. if president trump continues, it could result pushing mention i can politicians to move towards a less friendly, more hard lined stance that make u.s.-mexican cooperation more difficult. berkeley police have a mystery on their hands, the questions surrounding the death of a couple whose bodies were found in their home. family, food and fortune, the celebration of the chinese new year is under way. we'll show you a holiday that steeps in tradition and we have one word for you... yes. ♪ yes to flying further for less. and yes to new international nonstops. that's just one more reason we're the official airline of the "yes" coast. and yes you can now fly to more of your favorite places from right here.
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that's transfarency. (sfx: clap, clap, ding)
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. new this morning, millions of people around the world are welcoming in the year of the rooster. you recognize that guy, that is
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jackie cchan, plenty of dancing, singing and chinese performances, the gala has been an annual fixture for chinese families. most watched show in chinese television history. and in new york there was a big fireworks show marking the lunar new here, also included a special illumination of the empire state building in red and gold. celebrations are under way in oakland's china town, plenty of people gathered to mark the occasion, sandra lee reports the festivities are happening in restaurants, homes and out on the streets, too. >> at closing time, workers at lg supermarket on tenth street laid out fireworks to welcome the year of the rooster.
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they set off 100,000 fire crackers to chase away evil spirits. >> this is what you remember, you carry on to the next generation. >> inside the market a line is set up asking for a happy new year. the market's owner she wishes for good health. special new year declarations and flowers are sold at street stands, vibe brandt colors are desirable. they represent happiness, prosperity and life. >> we decorate the houses, we bring out different lights, bring in colors just to make the cold, grab season into a brighter, more festive time. >> people started a arriving on the early evening on this night. a major part of the celebration is the dinner with family. one on the eve, new on new year's day and sometime early in the new year.
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>> everyone is going into different directions, you go to college, new jobs, new careers, once a year you remember to come back together and take care of each other. >> one popular dish is called punchoy served in a large bowl. an loan knee to represent gold or wealth. sea moss which stands for good fortune. >> lots of vegetable together. >> more than 10 ingredients. >> yeah. >> the new year is a time to give thanks an hope for positive change. >> especially this year with all the changes in the politics, very important for us to focus on family and positive attitudes, hoping going into the new year. >> these envelopes are given out to married people. the new year celebration lasts for about two weeks. in oakland china town, amber lee ktvu fox 2 news. >> why am i hungry now?
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chinese new year parade in san francisco set for february 11 february 11th and you can watch the parade right here on ktvu fox 2 following the ktvu fox 2 news beginning at 5:00, parade coverage starting at 6:00 in just a up could he will weeks. >> so go to all of you out there, happy new year and that parade is a lot of fun, first parade this year. >> i hear we're part of this, is that right? >> yes we are. >> i'm working on my wife. rosemary is working on the weather. rain and freezing cold but it's nicer to do when it's clear. >> when it's dry, no guarantees. >> dry is good. >> put in the order early. >> okay, i will see what i can do, work on that. >> bake up a good recipe there. let's talk about the here and now, it's a chilly start out there this morning, we have a fan fest at jacqueline square later this morning giving you live look over at the oakland sky waking up a little bit of
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cloud cover providing us with a beautiful sunrise. we will have partly cloudy to mostly clear skies, here is another view and temperatures for you, santa rosa just a degree above freezing at 33. 47 san francisco. 44 in oakland, livermore you are also near freezing this morning. and san jose a chilly 36. numbers for at least most of us chillier than yesterday. in napa down by 6. sfo and south bay, san jose a couple degrees cooler. as we get out the door this morning a chilly start followed by a relatively mild afternoon. a modest warmup coming your way in time for the weekend. at least of the weekend, storm tracker 2 where you can see the clouds spilling over the high pressure that is right in here, if i move you in closer, the winds are even a bit offshore this morning. that could actually help transport any fog from the central valley into areas through the delta and portions of the east by.
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right now visibility looks good, not picking up on much of any fog. if you have to get on to the roadways this morning. afternoon highs today 58 degrees for pacifica. north bay we have 59 in napa. 61 san to rosa south bay 61 for san jose. temperatures for this afternoon slightly above what we would call the season average. typically about 57, 58 degrees, so anything above that is going to be well, slightly above the seasonal norm. here is a look at what you can expect heading up to tahoe, dry conditions, no trouble on the highways, looking good along highway 50 and 80. 40 degrees expected this afternoon, tomorrow mostly sunny skies and 46 expected. so while we are warming here, they will be warming there. how about the extended forecast temperatures continuing to climb as we get into the back
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end of the weekend, we'll be just as chilly as we start the morning. second part of the day low to mid-60s in the forecast. and not everybody going to be that warm i think it's portions of the south by along the peninsula. monday it looks like we peak as we get into the afternoon, upper 60s in the forecast. we begin to slide a little bit on tuesday, increase in cloud cover and if you pay closer attention to wednesday, that's when we are expecting the run to move back into the area. futurecast model that will take us that far out. >> let's in join the sunshine. >> it's been awhile. >> dry weekend. >> city a trail run yesterday and it was muddy which i just use to walk. >> i've had flu for a week it's good to be outside. >> warmest weather we've seen in almost a month. >> bring it on. >> see his medicine cabinet. >> time now is 7:23, we've been hearing a lot about small
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berry businesses closing because of rising rent, one case had a different ending from a long time mom and pop store in san francisco.
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oldest mom and pop hardware store in san francisco has a new address, center hardware held a ribbon cutting friday. the family thought they would have to close down after their landlord wand today build new
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condos at their original location. however, the landlord offered them a 20,000 square foot property on third and caesar chavez street on the waterfront. >> we wanted to continue this long history we had in san francisco, right? and we had seen so many of our customers and vendors leave for either the east by or close entirely. >> well the owners now have a 20 year lease on their new building so they know what they are going to do for the next couple decades, it's a good step toward another 135 years in business that is a good story. time now is 7:26, golden gate terry service has been delayed. golden gate terry was set to take over service from the blue and gold fleet monday after the angel island terry company threatened to sue. it has concerns because of the golden gate terry's larger
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vessels, blue and gold fleet will continue service until further notice. golden gate terry operates. commuters in the east bay have a different way to get to and from savopoulos. the tide line terry service launched yesterday. first time in a decade that the new terry service has come to the bay area. tide line is operating its fairies on thursdays and fridays with two trips in the morning and two trips in the evening. time now 7:27, after a long delay the trial for the man suspected of killing morgan hill teenager lamar has been set. coming up, what prosecutors say will be key to proving their case >> reporter: we'll tell you about the search under way for a missing teenager on niles canyon road, a search closing down a major road for most of the day
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nothing like a little culture club to get us motivated on a saturday, you like 80s we got that. good morning everyone, back to mornings on 2. taking a live look outside. the city of san francisco is waking up and by golly a little bit of blue sky out there. if you are heading to fan fest
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for the oakland a's, you are going to have good weather for that. that is happening around 11:00 today in oakland. meantime good morning. thanks for being on board. >> i'm liking the music. start this half -- >> never put it on, sometimes -- >> do you know what,. >> culture club. >> i know we need more rain, even more than we've had already. >> no we done. >> sure we do. >> we always could use a little more rain, even the governor said he is not ready to declare us out of the drought. the sunshine, i'm loving it. >> it's good medicine. >> a weekend off and a break to really enjoy being outside without being soggy. >> waxing poetic out here. >> it was amazing how, you know, up until the point that most declaring the end of the drought, people were just kind of a grin and bear it type of mood. but now that california is looking good, people are like, all right, enough. i want a break.
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>> appreciate good weather now. >> yes we do. >> we took it for granted. we got great weather coming our way. for some it is going to feel like spring as we get into especially sunday and monday. let's talk about today. temperatures will warm up slightly over yesterday. upper as, low 60s in the forecast for your afternoon. here is a look at what is happening right now. the by bridge, a gorgeous shot looking east, we've got clouds overhead. just mid and high level clouds spilling over high pressure this morning. that will be about it. we have a quiet day in store, winds generally light out there this morning, it's a cold one, far inland community, 37 in napa. just above freezing in santa rosa, santa rosa a little bit of patchy fog reported at times, visibility looks good. 47 to start your morning in san francisco. a bit of offshore breeze because of that half moon bay holding on to 50 degrees at this hour.
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35 foster city. 39 also hills, below freezing woodside. there is a chill in the air, take a look at a few more numbers, 367 in antioch. 35 in danville and temperatures are down by 7 in napa. 3 in mountain view. but again, we are going to see a turn around, afternoon today temperatures are coming up, what you can expect for the afternoon today and in the, tended forecast how long this warmup is going to last, i will have an idea when the rain is coming back to the by area as well in just a bit. happening right now, a section on niles canyon road in freemont is being shut down in the search of a young woman. >> she crashed into another car and veered into the water. ktvu christien, we last checked in with you, about half an hour having a critical meeting and taking off, right? >> reporter: that's right. that meeting set to take place
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in about half-hour, a lot of activity under way right now. you can segal immediate a county sheriff search and rescue teams are here. personnel gathering as well as freemont police officers and volunteers making their way down to this area. niles canyon road shut down from freemont to mission. all this to aide in the search for jada jenkins, the 18-year- old was driving this stretch of road when her car collided with another car then plunged into the water. search and rescue teams have been out throughout the week looking for her car was located and toed out earlier this week. now more than 100 volunteers search and rescue personnel will be out today using k-9s, drones and eyes on the ground to search for her. sheriff office says this is a case that has touched everyone. >> this is an all out effort and, you know, like i said earlier, it is our goal to bring some answers to the
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family. and we are doing everything we can, we -- it's a situation that touched us all. can't imagine being on the way -- you know, we are doing everything we can. >> reporter: ryan and i have swung our camera around so you can get a good look of almeda creek. can you see the water is moving fast and the creek full of water at this time looking more like a river than a creek following a round of storms we've had over the last couple weeks in the area. now i was out here just on thursday when another car went into the water in just about the exact same spot. the man in that case able to escape his vehicle, flagged down another car and get help. certainly very lucky to have made it out okay. that man actually came back after his accident to go look at his vehicle, to search for
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jada jenkins still under way, that search to get under way a little bit later on this morning, holding a briefing here in about a half-hour or so to set a game plan and coordinate the volunteers, we'll be out here monitoring the progress, claude even and frank. >> christien i can only imagine how big that area is, they have that section of the roadway shit down, they -- shut down, really after all this time you gotta be talking about a large area. >> reporter: yeah, you know, it's a tremendous amount of space and can i tell you that the topography of the area, the rough size of the creek bank make for a very difficult search. that is one of the reasons why they want to have a large, coordinate thed search effort with drones, k-9s, eyes be the ground to cover as much ground as possible, as quickly as possible and try to get as much information to the jenkins family as soon as possible. >> we can only hope for the
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family that they do discover that young woman, get a little bit of closure. thank you, christien. opening statements are scheduled to finally begin on monday on the trial of a man accused of sierra lamar, charged with the kidnapping in the kidnapping of the morgan hill teenager. trial was delayed after defense attorneys asked for more time to review the additional thousands of pages of court documents the prosecution submitted relating to dna evidence. even though her body has never been secured, her hair was found on a rope in the trunk of his car. turn to ktvu and ktvu.com for continuing coverage of this capital murder case. reporting from the courthouse all day long on monday. in a berkeley of a memorial found dead in a duplex earlier this week. roger and valarie morash called
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them exception. >> a couple they couldn't have been more perfect, they were happy together and i think they both just got each other. >> tom russo speaks for many. friends, family, colleagues, a arriving at a private remembrance for two people had everything to live for. 35-year-old roger hannah morash and 32-year-old valarie morash. >> modest people. you know, they were very happy, you know, they had great educations, clearly very talented but they got up to do their thing every day and they were thenitissest people you would meet. >> monday afternoon a friend made the awful discovery, the couple and two cats dead in different areas of their apartment, no evidence of a crime. and the building was evacuated for fear of a natural gas or carbon monoxide leak. >> we were concerned that may
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have been some hazmat leak. so that has since been ruled out and our homicide unit is here. >> and police say homicide detectives are still waiting for toxicology results on the victims. it's been an excruciating week for those close to the couple. impossible to make sense of the tragedy. >> he was a guy happiest guy to come to work every day. >> roger had his own video game company. a gifted program her with ideas and imagination. >> a lot of people want to make video games, roger was the kind of guy who could actually sit down and write the programming he saw the medium as a an art form. >> a page has been established on facebook. among those coming together for this gathering, valarie morash's bosphorus at the eye institute where she was a researcher. she was come elaborated with all kinds of people and helped just about everybody in the whole institute. and all i can say it's just a devastating loss. >> valarie had several advanced
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degrees and a pioneer in her field. >> the whole thrust of research was to study better methods of braille reading and tactile perceptions of blind people which is an area not had a lot of research and really needed it. >> those mourning the couple remain mystified by what killed them. but it doesn't stop them from paying tribute. >> they just people that looked at the world with a lot of wonder and just appreciated it. just breaks your heart. in the south bay the punishment for skipping out on school is changing. the santa clara county superior court granting amnesty to 12,000 people. court officials accounts all truancy fines have been ' limb named. financial penalties against student á á -- students who missed school --
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in walnut creek vandals have ripped up a soccer field enjoyed by school children on monday night at contra costa christian schools. the vandals left tire marks, per patches and mud throughout the field. investigators say someone drove on to radar to that field to cause as much damage as possible two weeks before the start of the soccer season. time now 7:41, and new morning two united nations agencies are speaking out on president trump's executive ordinary to temporarily close our borders to refugees. the international organization for immigration releasing a statement saying they hope the u.s. will "continue its long tradition of protecting those fleeing conflict and persecution." agency says it's important to treat refugees equally regardless of religion, nationality or race. a new development the organization now says it plans
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to challenge the constitutionality of president trump's executive order effectually banning muslim refugees from seven nations. yesterday we spoke with the director of the by area care chapter for reaction. >> important to keep in mind that refugees already go through one of the most extreme vetting processes in the world especially to come to the united states. and i understand less than one percent of refugees in need in different parts of the world are able to make it through the many many security checks already in place to come into this country. >> her organization will fight to overturn the executive orders. national chapter of care plans to file a lawsuit on monday. well tomorrow be sure to catch fox news sunday, one of president trump senior counselors kellyanne conway, chris wallace talks to senator
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majority whip durbin. stay right there, after a massive manhunt police arrest three people in connection with a bank robbery suspect, coming up, how an unmarked police cruiser played a major role in that investigation. but first, 17-year-old from the south bay has invent add device that will help doctors treat people with parkinson's. over 1,000,000 californians have gotten something that's been out
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welcome back, 7:45, smart train is on track starts service this spring, ticket prices will be based on zones and cost between 300 -- rather $3.50, and $19 for a one way trip. longest route includes transfers to the golden get terry and a munis about ride
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that is 60 buck as day round trip. they are offering monthly deals though on their fairs. >> board of directors approved a plan for a monthly pass. unlimited rides monday through sunday, $200 for the entire month. >> once the smart trains are running tickets will be free until july the fourth. half price until labor day. a judge has ruled that california can require ag chemical company monsanto to put warning could cause cancer, monsanto said the labels would have large financial consequences for the company and it is considered challenging the rule. if the ruling something carried out, california would be the first state with that kind of labeling. south bay teenager has invented a device to help
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doctors treat patients with parkinson's disease, ktvu rob talked to the young man about the high tech. >> you could call this student sitting in class the lord of the rings. 17-year-old tanden is the lord of these rings, he invented and made them to help patients with the debilitating park kin sons disease. it has a computer chip linked to an app,. >> it will create reports and those reports will be sent to the physician on a day day to basis. >> so impressive he was invited to the international consumer electronics show in las vegas last month where he was named one of four young innovators to watch. he became interested in par examine sons after seeing a video, the most famous
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parkinson patient of all in 1996, muhammad ali. why is his handshaking, what is going on here, i wanted to learn more about the disease. >> he says he got the idea after volunteering here at the parkinson's institute in sunnyville. he is on to something that can help them treat their patients. >> one of the things that's challenging for us as physicians really understanding what happens between patient visits for our patients, so we see them once every couple months or every three months. a lot of things happen daughter that go time. >> the ring can helpful those gaps. he á says is he hoping to get clearance by the federal administration and consider mass producing them. >> it's great where i am but i do have a lot more goals in mind. >> next up, a device to help diabetic with their eyesight and still own a junior in high
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school. in cupertino ktvu fox 2 news. >> what were you doing your junior year in high school? >> not innovating. >> algebra what? come on. sports. >> very impressive, excited about the future when you have smart kids like that. 7:49 on the clock. makes me excited about the weekend when we have sunshine, i forgot what it looked like. >> any weekend is a good weekend. >> they are all good. we do have some nice weather coming our way. as we get into saturday as well as sunday, mostly sunny skies. temperatures going to about 60 degrees, even warmer than that for the back end of the weekend. here is a view of what is happening right now. golden gate bridge shot gorgeous. providing us a beautiful start to the day, dealing with just a
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little bit of patchy fog. let's talk about the sierra, 175 inches at the base right there at sugar bowl. 170 at squaw. all the lifts are up and running. the winds are light. looking good. if you are thinking about heading to tahoe it is a great weekend to do so. i 50, i 80 no restrictions. awfully cold this morning, into the afternoon mostly sunny skies, 40 degrees for today. 45 expected for tomorrow. you've got some good skiing weather if you are headed um. again there is that ridge right at high pressure right in there. there is the flow right around it. you can see how it's pushing clouds into northern california and we are part of that. that is it. we have a quiet workend in store, with temperatures climbing, today row, tomorrow. monday the warmest day. but i also want to show you when rain is expected to come back to the by area. today, tomorrow, monday, tuesday, not a whole lot of
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change going on. by tuesday afternoon we will notice an increase in cloud cover because there is the storm off the coast. so tuesday will be a transition day. wednesday morning it looks like we begin to see scattered showers, morning time sprinkle activity and then it gets more wet as we get into wednesday afternoon, thursday looks like it could be wet as well. that will be the next student at seeing rain back to by area and likely snow for the syria. under mostly sunny skies, 61 in san francisco. 59 for hayward. upper 50s for concord. south by locations 61 expected for san jose and morgan hill. a look at the extended forecast, temperatures bumping up a few degrees as we get into sunday. and a few more as we into monday. mid and upper 60s for the south bay. not everyone going to enjoy of of degrees. san jose, santa cruz, morgan
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hill getting into the upper of east. temperatures slip on tuesday with rain coming back on wednesday. >> cold morning, like 29. >> yeah. chilly chilly. it is winter after all. >> you need an ice scraper. >> this is the first i feel like legitimate break, like up until now there is going to be eight hours it is not going to rain. >> so get out and get back in. >> like dry out. >> enjoy the weekend, we have a fan test, mardi gras going on in berkeley. and we will, thanks, rosemary. and rosemary just mentioned it. showing oakland pride, by area pride coming up, the changes you will see this year to try to get fans fired up and happening right here when we come back. with the xfinity tv app,
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actor john hurt has died at the age of 77 after a battle with pancreatic cancer, best roles in harry potter films an elephant man. been in front of the camera nearly 60 years. including v for vendetta and midnight express. dead at the age of 77. well, if all goes well the 49ers may decide on a new general manager, talking to cardinals executive terry mcdonaugh.
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he will be interviewed, current falcon offensive coordinator. they met yesterday at which time they talked to other gm can city cats. patton assistant general manager of the minneapolis vikings. if he doesn't mesh with either candidate they will reopen their gm search. shanahan will board a flight with falcons they are off to houston eight days away from super bowl li. check out the 3-d laser show in houston. images include vince lombardi super bowl trophy and memorable moments from past big games. and you can watch super bowl li right here on ktvu fox 2 next sunday. the falcons and patriots kickoff 3:30 pacific time with all the action right here. >> all right. happening today, bible, a
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fans get a chance to meet favorite coaches, players. a's are making some changes this year to try to rev up interest. in the past, the event required paid admission. it was held at the oakland coliseum. but today's fan fest is free and it's being held at jack london jury. a's catcher fans will be pleasantly surprised. >> who is the hottest and who is the healthiest down the stretch i think with our talent and the step that we have, you never -- depth that we have, you never know. we are going to surprise some people. >> a's fan fest run from 11:00 until 2:00 p.m. can you get free autographs from players, take pictures as well as check out past world series trophies. new this morning, williams sisters versus william sister at the aid trail jan open, younger sister serena takes home the tennis title.
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35-year-old serena williams won her record 23rd grand slam singles championship. she won in straight set 6-4 and 6-4. faced off in nine grand slam finals, serena has won seven of them. rebegin her ranking as top female tennis player in the world. >> she really is amazing. i mean she goes through grand slams like no big deal now. and what 20 plus? best tennis player ever. there have been some good ones. and her sister played well down there, venus. coming up, concerns growing this morning after president trump's professional to place 20% tax on mexican goods for a border wall. possible retaliation from mexican businesses threatening
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to boycott u.s. products. details on a march and vigil for a man who was shot and killed by police earlier this week.
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this is ktvu mornings on 2 weekends.
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>> take a deep breath. thanks for waking up with us. the sun is shining with us. i'm claudine wong. >> we're following developments. about to get under way. >> yep, there are more than 100 searchers involved. we've got our crew out there. there's also road closures you're going to need to know about. and the president today will be making calls to world leaders. you can see the folks he'll be talking to on your screen. >> what he could be talking about with russian president vladimir putin. today is the lunar new year in china. >> celebrations will be happening over the next few weeks. there's a lot happening. of course we have the parade on
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february 11th which is always a great time and you can always of course watch that here. >> i love this it's a 20-day celebration. >> it's long. we open it. we close it. we celebrate with our families. you go home and you open and close a year with your families. there's a lot of movement in china as everyone tries to go back home. >> you have to go home. >> you're as opposed to. >> i watched that last night. all right. how about weather on this wet new year's day. >> yeah, it's going to be a nice one out there for chinese new year's festivities. for the car show going on in alameda. we talked about a mardi gras festival. it's going to be a sunny day. it's going to be a slightly warmer day. this morning a chill in the air. we do have clouds overhead at least spill engine for the time
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being. we'll be in and out of these high to mid level clouds. the winds generally light but coming from the east. so we have a little bit of easterly wind out there that sometimes pushes that valley fog through the delta and we end up with it here in the bay area. not seeing a lot of it. advise vblt visibility looking good. 39 in napa. 45 in san francisco. temperatures in the 30s for the inner east bay areas like alamo. 39-morgan hill and antioche starting off at 36. and rand for some of us more notable. fairfield and concord 5 degrees chillier and down by 7 in mountain view. afternoon highs for today, again, just a tad bit above the seasonal average. just for some of us.
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not everyone. 61 san francisco. and 61 expected for morgan hill. 59 in livermore. temperatures will continue to climb. the warmest air looks to be monday. i'll have a look at the extended forecast. in the extended forecast rain is coming back to the bay area. i'll show you when coming up. and happening now a new search is on the way. >> a family is trying to provide some closure to her family and ktvu reporter christien kafton live. >> reporter: so they could prep for today's search. their search for j ada generalkins set to get under way
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this morning. derrick reed joining us from california highway patrol to tell us a little bit about that search effort. the they're set to get under way in a couple of minutes. >> yeah, so what we've done is we've closed down the roadway from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 tonight. it will be nothing but trained search and rescue personnel. >> reporter: and we're talking about a comprehensive effort. >> yes, there's going to be searchers on the ground that will break up into teams and they'll actually search quadrants. we have over 100 search and rescue personnel. over 100 daver dogs. it's a regional effort. it's contra costa county and
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santa clara county. >> this is to bring as much. >> exactly. it's not something that we do all the time. this is for the family. we're here to support them. they are out here. there's over 100 friends and family members out here. they're searching from mission to the bay. they're focusing on that while we focus on mission from where the crash site was. they're out here searching so we want to be here with them. >> derrick reed. thank you so much. we'll check in with you throughout the morning when the search gets under way. i appreciate your time. thank you, very much. >> reporter: again that briefing set to get under way to really figure out what the game plan is today. you heard from derrick reed just a moment ago that they're going to be breaking the area up doing a very express hencive search on the ground and canines. doing a hand search through what
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can only be categorized as difficult conditions here. searching for an individual in this fast-moving water. cold conditions, difficult conditions. it's going to be a long, possibly difficult day here along alameda creek and niles canyon road. for this time niles canyon road shut down from 7:00 this morning to as late as 6:00 this evening so searchers can really get a good effort to search that entire effort throughout the day. >> and christien you mentioned the difficult thing that a second car went in. haven't you already searched. there are really so many different areas they could be looking at, right. >> reporter: yeah we're just talking about so much space,
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claudine. and there's pockets of water. the water can be deep in areas. if i remember correctly derrick reed said they've actually shut down some of the water. so they're reducing some of the water which should aid in the effort to search this area. but again we're just talking about a tremendous amount of geography. that's one of the reasons why they want to have a comprehensive effort with those low water levels and then of course canine and eyes in the sky as well. >> and important to note too some of the areas they may have already searched now new things open up. >> reporter: that's exactly right frank. the amount officer water. so we're talking about a lot of water which again can also make it difficult to see anything.
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as you saw a moment ago that water almost looks like coffee. it's hard to have any visibility there. so by dropping that water level it allows them to search a lot more geography. makes it safer for the search and rescue teams who are in the area. and again, it gives them just that much more area that they can search today. >> wow and some good weather today to get it all going. christien kafton live for us this morning. a family of a man who was shot and killed by vallejo police. after police responded to a fight at a house party. police say ramos. was fighting with a 16-year-old boy and had a knife. his family plans to meet at the vallejo police department at noon. a massive man hunt for the bank robbery suspect. someone stole an unmarked police
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cruiser between late thursday night and early friday morning. officers spotted the chevy in downtown san jose. police arrested two of them without incident but the other occupant started to run. officers eventually tracked him down and used a stun gun to help subdue him. witnesses described to us the police chase. >> our co-workers and they told everybody to get down. >> were you nervous? scared? >> yeah because you know the police say he was carrying gun and we are working in there. so it's kind of scary. >> that suspect strapped on to a gurney taken to the hospital to be checked out. investigators have not revealed which of the three suspects is the man seen robbing the bank on thursday morning. authorities say there were no weapons in the stolen police car
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and that there was a good chance the three men did know they were in an unmarked police cruiser. president trump was on twitter this morning. as you can imagine he's still not happy with their coverage of him. this all comes as he prepares to call world leaders that does include russian president vladimir putin. it is expected that donald trump will have conversations with japanese prime minister. german chancellor. the french president, and australian prime minister malcolm termbol. the first foreign leader to visit donald trump as president. and much of the spotlight will be on the conversation between vladimir putin and the president trump have. those are in place because of russia's actions in ukraine. and all this comes on the
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hills of president trump signing an executive order that temporarily closes our borders to refugees. the order halts entries of rev skwooes in the next four months. it also indefinitely stops the syrians trying to flee from the civil war in that country. for citizens of seven predominantly muslim countries. iraq, karan, syria, libya and somalia. president trump said christian refugees would be given priority over the muslims. >> i'm establishing new vetting measures to keep radical islamic terrorists out of the united states of america. we don't want them here. >> the countries that actually produced the terrorists that attacked us of september 11th are not on that list. >> last year the united states
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admitted 12,000 refugees from syria, most of them women and children. well happening today a discussion on the affordable health care act in contra costa county, county leaders are gathering together to support the one costa contra solution. it is a town hall meeting. it starts at 10:30 this morning. organizers say everyone is invited to discuss what contra costa county is doing to provide health care coverage is obama care is repealed. coming up does the punish ament fit the crime when we come back.
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♪baby hold on to me ♪ ♪ whatever will be, will be ♪ let's let this be. dry conditions sunny skies, and relatively mild weather for your weekend. temperatures will be slightly warmer today. even warmer tomorrow. i'll have a look at what to expect for your weekend and i'm tracking rain in the extended forecast. >> thank you, rosemary. millions of people are welcoming in the year of the rooster. well that's actor jackie chan taking part in china's huge
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spring festival gala celebrating the lunar new year. traditional chinese performances. the spring festival gala has been an annual. it's also the longest running and most watched television show in chinese television history. and in new york there was a big fireworks show over the hudson river marking the new year. the celebration also included a special i aluminum nation in red and gold colors. chinese new year's parade set for february 11th. and you can watch the entire parade right here on ktvu. our newscast begins at 5:00 with parade coverage starting at 6:00. happening today beer lovers headed to sonoma county to taste
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some of the best brews. you're also going to be able to buy food to help keep it going. it's always good to have a lot of food when you're drinking beer. >> judging from the pictures i think they've begun. you've heard of cookies and milk. how about cookies and beer? >> that's what the godden state brewery is selling today. they are pairing girl scout cookies with beer all to raise money. the event starts at 3:00 this afternoon. out of that $4 it's going to go back to the girl scouts. let's head over to rosemary. rosemary what do you think? girl scout cookies and beer. >> yes, perhaps not together but definitely yes to both. how about what's going on for your weekend? we've got some nice weather coming our way. we are going to be with the mostly sunny skies upper 50s to
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low 60s for today. slightly -- was that frank. >> he's walking back and forth in front of the camera. >> sorry. >> he's getting over a cold so he's moving around to try to stop coughing. >> rain returning in the extended forecast. i will show you that in just a moment. let's step outside. take a look at that beautiful blue sky. we do have clouds in place as well. mid to high level clouds. the ones that bring us beautiful sunrises and sunsets. that's exactly what we have in place for your weekend. a little bit of patchy fog out there but visibility is good and again we are looking at some nice weather for your weekend. 34 degrees right now in santa rosa. 37 in san jose. temperatures slowly creeping up but again you can see for some of our inner east bay and even into the south bay temperatures off to a cold start this morning
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just above freezing. you get around the bay. it's a cool one. a lot colder for our inland cities and valley locations. here's a look at what's going on and there's that high pressure right off the northern california coastline. have a bit of an offshore breeze in place. it helps to push fog into our area from the central valley. started out with a little bit of fog in santa rosa but visibility continues to look good. and there's that cloud cover i talked about just a moment ago. as we get through your weekend nice, quiet, even above the seasonal average by the back end and into monday. tuesday things start to take place. we have a transition in place. this system now off the coastline. and you can see over the bay area we begin to see an increase in cloud cover and by wednesday it looks like that system will be moving in to the bay area. yesterday it looked like wednesday night.
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now it looks like wednesday morning. long story short it's going to change between now and then but it looks like wednesday will be the day wet weather returns to the bay area. afternoon highs and mostly sunny skies . 60 for oak lavnd. inner east bay 59 for livermore and into the south bay 61 san jose. santa rosa you'll go to 61. temperatures continuing to climb into sunday. mid to upper 60s in the forecast by monday and we stop there. temperatures begin to cool back with an increase in the clur. and rain returns by wednesday. but a nice little break. >> i was trying to be so discrete. i went to the far reaches and low and behold i got on the tv. >> i noticed claudine. >> i'm getting over a flu bug. and they're like frack you're on
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major dog events in nor-cal. the dog show will host almost 200,000 dogs and this is a benched show which is a fairly rare type of show which means you can walk around and talk with the breeders and see animals between events. golden gate kennel at the dog show cal palace will be there tomorrow. it's spectacular. it's fun. >> fun event. well, bay area jazz fans have a special treat tonight in vallejo. ♪ one, two, three, four ♪ those 19 musicians are joining their individual sound tonight. because one of the world's lead jazz innovators is going to sit
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in on the set. he grew up a member of the saturday night live band. and then for the great ray charles in the early 70s. he credits that gig as his big break. and you can watch him perform tonight at the empress theater in vallejo. that screen says tomorrow but it's actually tonight at 8:00 p.m. the show starts at 8:00 and tickets are available. so a fun night tonight. again, the show is tonight and i got a chance to listen to them practice and listen to them play. >> a local guy done very well. >> very well. after a long delay the trial for the man suspected of killing a morgan hill teen has finally been set. what will be the key to proving their case. >> reporter: one week after a car plunges into a creek. the search for a driver continues today. we will be live on the search
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major road in the north bay now finally re-opened on sunday. we told you about highway 37 will be closed for flooding. this is what it looked like all week. and now it's finally re-opened in both directions. so good news up in the north bay. and good morning again everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning to you i'm claudine wong. it makes us so happy that we have some sunshine out there. i can't stop talking about it because. >> i was ready a week ago 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, and 7:00 raining like a sun of a gun without the
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proper attire. that's where i got this flu bug. i'm ready for sunshine. >> yes, and some of those storms came with wind so it didn't do any good to have an umbrella. i was live out there during a shot and my umbrella flew upside down. we are looking at some nice weather coming for your bay area weekend. mostly sunny skies. temperatures slightly warmer today. a live look into tomorrow. some of us even colder than yesterday morning. some of us near freezing for the inner east bay. like livermore 35 degrees. alamo temperatures at 35 degrees. but the sun is shining and we will begin to see a rebound. around the bay san francisco and oakland mid 40s for you there. storm tracker two we continue to watch just a few mid and high
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level clouds to sweep across the bay area. chloe from lake county sent me a beautiful shot of the sunrise. i'll see if you can get that for you on the next hit. it's beautiful. here's a look at the afternoon highs for today. upper 60s in pacifica. 60 for oakland if you're going to fanfest this afternoon at san jose square. upper 50s in antioch. we're going to be a few degrees warmer into the weekend. slightly warmer on monday. we do have some rain coming in the extended forecast. i'll break it down for you coming up. >> all right. rosemary thank you for that. a section of niles canyon road and fremont is being shut down. >> and it could be shut down all day. that 18-year-old was last seen as she was driving to relative's last weekend in the bay area. she crashed into a car and her
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car went into the water. this new search is under way. now i know they had that meeting in the last half hour. where do things stand now christien. >> reporter: we're actually going to be going up and seeing the command post. how that's going to progress. we're joineded now by alameda county sheriff's office to tell us a little bit about that effort today. we're talking about a comprehensive effort where a crew is going to be given a chance to search the grid. this is a last chance effort to see what they can do to find jada jennkins. >> right now we have search and rescue teams and the collaborative effort down in our incident command center. and they're briefing this morning and they will be talking about how the search effort will be broken up into four quadrants and we will be using search and
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rescue teams from alameda county, contra costa county, the fremont police department, fire. so it's an all out effort for us to find jada and bring her home to her family. >> and really searching with every tool at your deposal. i understand there's going to be an aerial search and canines. >> yes, we will be using aerial approach and canines. we will be using every tool that we can to try to bring some closure to the situation. >> yeah, and as i understand it there's also a volunteer search that's going to be going on as well. and it has to be a tough time for all of them. >> absolutely. the family has been wonderful. they have been patient. they are working with us. we understand that this is an extremely emotional and difficult time for them. you know, we have brought out
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over 100 volunteers and the family has had an overwhelming response from their community and friends and family as well. and they have told us that they have about 100 volunteers here as well to assist in the search effort. our search will take place from the crash site to mission boulevard and the family they will be searching, you know, alternate areas. >> thanks for joining us. we are going to be breaking down from this location. the california highway patrol and sheriff's office is going to be giving us an escort into the search area. so we're hoping to have that for you in about a half hour and again the area, like i said before being broken up into a grid. they're going to be searching
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comprehensively today for jada jennkins. frank and claud even. >> thanks so much christien and we certainly wish those searchers the best. time now is 8:35. opening statements scheduled on monday. antolin garcia morales. sierra lamar was kejed to catch a bus. defense attorneys asked for more time to review the additional thousand pages. even though her body's never been found prosecutors say her hair was discovered on a rope in the trunk of his car. and be sure to turn to ktvu and ktvu.com for continuing ovrj of this capital murder case. all day on monday. and in the south bay, the punishment for skipping out of
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school is changing. the santa clara county supreme court granting amnesty to more than 12,000 people. court officials announce that truancy related fines and penalties have now been eliminated. officials say that financial penalties against student who is miss school only increase repeat offenders. and according to the d.a. 70% of student who is receive mediation instead of those fines went back to school. in walnut creek vandals have ripped up a soccer field. you can see the vandals left tire marks, bear patches, and mud throughout the field. it appears someone drove through that field with the intent to cause as much damage as possible and the timing of this is just terrible. it comes two weeks before the start of soccer season. >> i think they're just like you
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said heart broken. you know, other adult and youth athletic associations. >> right now there are no suspects. anyone with information about the case is asked to contact police. the fbi has released a picture of a man wanted in a string of bank robberies across california. because of his clothes he's been nicknamed the khaki bandit. 5'8" tall with a slender build. agents say he's robbed at least nine banks in the area including napa and in walnut grove. now it's been a first week in office for president trump. he's filled many of his campaign promises. taking a look back at donald trump's first seven days in office. >> it is time that the american
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people had a president fighting as hard for its citizens as other countries do for theirs. >> reporter: speaking to republican lawmakers in philadelphia this week, president donald trump took a victory lap of string of speech sounded more like a campaign rally than an address to members of congress. >> we're here now because tens of millions of americans have placed their hopes in us. >> reporter: the congestional gop annual retreat is a chance to strat jiez about moving the president's agenda --. access to health care to millions who otherwise could not afford it. >> we've been working with the administration on a daily basis to map out and plan a very bold and aggressive agenda. >> republicans may get ahead of themselves repealing the affordable care act before a repeal replacement plan is
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offered. >> right now we are fighting the repeal. >> reporter: democrats are also highly critical of trump for issuing a slew of executive orders in the opening days of his administration. the president targeting every everything from trade to the environment. even taking steps on moving towards one of his most controversial proposals. >> the border is soft and weak. drugs are pouring in and i'm not going to it let that happen. >> reporter: president trump also taking measures to limit visas at least for the next 120 days while a strictor vetting process can be put in place. british prime minister teresa may became the first foreign leader to meet with mr. trump. >> i'm delighted to congratulate you on what was a stunning victory. >> chris wallace will have more
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on president trump. that's this fox news sunday. in washington joe waldman fox news. it's 8:41 the president's executive order effectively banning muslims from seven nations. >> it's important to keep in mind that refugees already go through one of the most extreme vetting processes in the world especially to come to the united states. less than 1% of refugees are able to make it through the many security checks in place to come to this country. >> zhara balou says her organization will fight. and that refugees are coming to the u.s. for a better life. time now, 8:42 an exclusive dining experience mixed with
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some disney magic. more details about disneyland's new restaurant that cost $1200 a plate. frank is buying. >> okay.
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we've got heads bobbing around here. we've got people beating on the table. who can hear this song and not do the ma, ma, my sharona? we have a nice weekend in store for you. temperatures are going to feel a little bit like spring especially when you get into the second part of your weekend and into monday. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your weekend and i'll be tracking some rain. >> send it the other way. thank you rose mary. here we go. disneyland has opened a very exclusive restaurant right inside the park. you and some of your closest friends can now dine in the new restaurant. it's located above the pirates of the caribbean ride. what used to be the disney's private apartment. food, cocktails, and a balcony for the night. not to mention two chefs to create a custom menu and a butler.
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better start saving. it's $15,000 for dinner. that averages out to about $1250 a person. reservations are now being accepted. >> at least it includes admission to the park. >> yeah, you've got to get into the park. well the sonoma smart train is on track to start service this morning. they're going to cost between $3.50 to $19 for a one way trip. now the longest route from santa rosa. planes, trains, automobiles get around as high as $50 a day round trip. they are offering monthly deals on fares. >> our board of directors approved a plan for a monthly pass. the monthly pass is good for 31 continuous days, unlimited rides monday through sunday and it's $200 for the entire month. >> now once the smart trains are running, tickets will be free
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until july 4th and half price until labor day. well zillow wants its employees to take some extended r & r. who have been with the company for six consecutive years. the perk aims to give workers time to recharge, reboot, and why not just take a long vacation. sabbaticals are half paid vacation. they can take the extended leave every six years. that sounds really good. where else would you rather be but here? >> i'm not complaining. good to be back at work actually. >> we've got some nice weather coming our way. no complaints as we get into the weather department and what you can expect for your saturday as well as sunday. here's a view over the oakland estuary. we started the day with clouds out there. a little bit of patchy fog.
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but visibility has been fine and you're in good shape if you're getting on to the roadways this morning with winds generally light as well. as we get into the afternoon we are looking at temperatures again warming into the upper 50s, low 60s. i'm not sure what i did with my weather remote so i'll just go from here. we are looking at dry weather in store for today and into your weekend and then as we get into some -- actually that's not what i want today show you. i wanted to show you a different one. how about i show you what's going on with the satellite view. we've got high pressure in control of our weather pattern and that's going to bring us a warm up. it's going to continue our dry weather pattern. it's also helping to pull those clouds into the bay area. we found it. and we are looking at mostly sunny skies in store for today. thank you edwin. temperatures this morning off to a cold start. 34 in santa rosa. 35 walnut skreek and 35
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livermore. starting out freezing and just above. 41 redwood city and san jose at this hour you can checking in at 31 degrees. 60 degrees for oak larnd. 61 redwood city and into the south bay of san jose 61 for you. temperatures generally in the upper 50s this time of year as we get into the back end of your weekend. we start to warm. monday looks like it's going to be the warmest day. by tuesday we start to see a different type of change. giving you a look at here the future cast. eye et weather in store. high level clouds drifting overhead from time to time. tuesday we begin to see a bit of a transition. we may start the morning looking just the same. as we get into the afternoon an increase in cloud cover and that cloud cover will be associated with the system that is expected to bring us some rain by wednesday. right now it looks like wednesday morning and into wednesday afternoon.
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rain will pick up. it looks like thursday could also be a wet day. here's a look at your extended forecast. we'll continue to track it between now and then because guaranteed the timeline will shift just a little bit but we're looking at some great weather to get into your weather weekend. low 60s on sunday. mid to upper 60s on monday. that's going to be the warmer of the next several and then as e we get into tuesday temperatures holding in the 60s. still going to feel pretty good but increase in cloud cover. you'll notice things starting to change. maybe a little breezy and wet weather returns on wednesday. >> good week to be up in tahoe i bet. blue sky. >> also a good weekend for like a late birthday celebration. >> absolutely. edwin over here. there he is. hello, edwin. >> how many fingers? how old are you? >> 28. >> wow. he's just a pup. >> belated happy birthday to him. >> he's like get me off camera. >> enough of that.
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>> happy birthday. well, happening today it is the annual vietnamese festival. it is often referred to as the vietnamese new year. well it's almost february believe it or not so grab your gloves and your baseballs. spring training just a couple of short weeks away. oakland a's big fan fest happening in an hour or so. >> and big changes coming to the 49ers this off season. we'll talk about the changes that are coming to the front office and those can be decided as soon as today.
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morning. teri mcdonnaough. the current offenseive coordinator. york and shanihan met yesterday. if they don't mesh with either of the two candidates the 49ers will re-open their again manager search. he's off to houston. just eight short days away from super bowl 51 and check out the cool 3d laser projection show. images include the convince lombardi super bowl trophy. hard to believe it's been a year since it was here. and you can watch super bowl 51 right here on ktvu fox two next sunday. at 3:30 pacific time.
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new this morning, williams sister versus williams sister at the australian open and once again the younger sister takes on the tennis title. so impressive to watch them both play. she won 6-4 and 6-4. the williams sisters have faced off in nine grand slam finals. look at that hug. serena has won seven of those. and it was close. 6-4, 6-4. a trailer has been released for a new netflix show that was shot right here in the bay area. >> i'm about to tell you about the story of my life more specifically why my life ended.
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>> singer salina gomez called 13 reasons why. she posted the trailer on instagram. the film was shot in valle jo. it's set to premier on netflix march 21st. >> comedian steve harvey is set to return as host that's after he announced the wrong winner last year. reporter will carr has a sneak peak of the global event. >> i have to apologize. >> reporter: at the last miss universe pageant host steve harvey accidentally named the runner up instead of the winner. stef steve's back to redeem himself at this year's competition. >> always when they showed the clip again i'm reminded oh, that happened i forgot about it already. i think he's a great host. he brings a lot of, you know, light into the competition because it's already so nerve
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racking when you're there. >> district of columbia. >> reporter: 27-year-old miss usa is a lieutenant in the army reserves. her goal is to remain focused as she competes for the miss universe title. >> to me pageantree is more about the mental. it's about being as confident as possible. so i have to make sure i work with my interview coach and walking coach and portray the confidence that i have for myself. >> reporter: live sunday from pia's home country in the philippines and she says whoever wins should be prepared for a 24/7 job. >> it doesn't end during that night. i know it looks all glamorous on stage but work starts right after, like the next day and i hope that the new winner is prepared for that. >> reporter: in hollywood will carr fox news. well the 65th miss universe pageant comes to you live from
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the philippines tomorrow night. and that will be followed by the 10:00 news. nearly 30 rehabilitated sea turtles back home along the atlantic coast. off the coast of north carolina. the turtles were rescued after suffering cold water shock earlier this winter. some of the crew members' kids got involved letting the turtles slide down a chute right into the water. well an important moment in donald trump's first full week as president. more on the phone calls happening this morning between the president and russian president vladimir putin. >> and the search for that young woman continues this morning in fremont after her car slid off a rainy road in a creek one week ago.
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this is ktvu mornings on 2 weekend. >> good morning to you. thanks for waking up with us. hopefully you've got your cup of coffee in your hand. it's saturday morning it is january 28th. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. rose mary has had a moment first. here are a couple of headlines.
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more than a hundred workers are set to begin a search for a local seen. >> jada jennkins was on her way to visit friends when her car plunged in the alameda creek. we'll have a live report coming up we also are talking about sports today because happening today is the oakland a's fan fest. i believe we are going to go out there for some pictures. it starts in just a few hours in jacquelyn square. >> yeah, it's your chance to meet and greet the a's players. a lot of new faces like they do every year. pitchers and catchers by the way report to arizona in three weeks. >> and chinese new year's today. >> chinese new year's celebration actually celebrated for how many days? >> 23 days.
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>> 23 straight days. it will be on february the 11th in san francisco and you can watch that right here on fox 2. a good event and a good day to go out and celebrate too because finally the weather department got the weekend right. >> yeah, ibeen teaching frank to say. >> if we can just get some dry weather on the parade. >> you've got two weeks to work on that. >> no pressure i'm going to see what i can do. but i can guarantee that we have a dry weekend in store, the one that it is upon us and it is going to be nice. temperatures will be slightly warmer today and even warmer for sunday. a live look over the bay where we are joined by mid and high level clouds this morning. these clouds spilling in over high pressure off the coastline and that is going to be about it. even advise nlt this morning. looking good. starting out with a little bit of patchy fog over santa rosa. and sometimes we see that fog
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come in from the central valley. via the delta but not seeing it this morning. 40 degrees in concord. 47 degrees in napa. so still a very chilly start. some of us trailing behind. still in the 30s. 39 in palo al to. some of our inner east bay as well as our north bay near freezing and just above. we are 406 right now. along the peninsula a few more numbers here. 42 for belmont. 48 outside your door woodside. down by 10 degrees in concord. down by 4 in livermore. but again as we get into the afternoon we'll begin to see that turn around and temperatures will be in the upper 50s to low 60s for today. san jose 61 expected interest you. mountain view one of the warmer spots 63 expected for you. if we ride up along the peninsula 61 for redwood city. 60 in oakland. we have a mardi gras parade
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going on later today in berkeley. we have 59 today for napa. 61 in santa rosa. temperatures will climb into the mid 60s for some by tomorrow. even warmer than that on monday and wet weather returns to the bay area. i'll have a look at your ex10ed forecast coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. happening now a search is under way for a young woman who crashed her car the alameda creek. >> christien kafton is live on the scene. >> reporter: we have been escorted back into the command area where that search just about to get under way. you see a lot of activity down the road here. that is the area where we were around 7:00, 730 this morning as crews were gathering getting ready for the briefing and preparing for today's search. we're actually joined now by derrick reed to give us a sense
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of what we're going to be looking at in terms of that search. and really we're talking about a comprehensive search of this area along niles canyon road. >> yeah, as you can see the road is lined with emergency person name that's trained in nothing but search and rescue. it's a collaborative effort. multiple counties. right now they're breaking up into their search teams. they're going to go to their quadrants and start the search now. >> reporter: we're talking about a comprehensive search everything from uavs to drones canines on the ground. hand over hand in some cases. >> yeah, it's not just search and rescue on the ground. we're in the air. the drones are a great tool. you can see those large towers those are the skeens where they're going to be monitoring the drones. it's not just alameda county
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sheriffs it's also fremont that will have their drones out here as well. >> reporter: and it's a difficult time for the friends and family. but really it's an emotional day for everyone. i think everyone really wants to try to do what they can to locate jada jennkins following this tragic incident. >> yeah, it's -- we're here for the family. this is a community effort. yes, alameda county is a big community but still a close community where other communities are coming to help as well. we want to be there for the family as much as possible and try to give all the support that we can. >> reporter: and derrick, briefly we just have a little bit more time if you could just explain to the traveling public that means that niles canyon road is going to be closed down for a specific time today between two specific locations. >> yeah, it's closed at mission road and also through seminal until about 6:00 p.m.
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tonight. those aren't definitive times. we will be updating the time giving updates throughout the day. but just try to avoid the area. remember, we don't want non trained personnel coming in to the search area. in you'd like to search outside of the area with the family that's totally fine but not inside of the search area. >> reporter: derrick reed from highway patrol we'll be monitoring your social media to get a sense of when those road closures will be throughout the day. again, you heard those crews getting under way. you can see some of those crews here gearing up getting ready to go back out over alameda creek here. continuing the search for jada jennkins missing since saturday when her car went into the water. her car since located. she unfortunately still has not. her family is in the area. volunteers are in the area as derrick was explaining just a moment ago, you're going to have trained search and rescue teams
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searching this area and farther downstream family and friends are going to take over the search going. we understand as possibly as far out as the bay. >> well we wish them success today and certainly a very difficult day. thanks christien. the family of a vallejo man who was killed at a house party. ramos was fighting with a 16-year-old boy and had a knife. and his family is planning to meet at the vallejo police department at noon. time now is 9:08 a massive man hunt for a bank robber in the south bay say someone stole an unmarked cruiser. between late thursday night into early friday morning. officers spotted the silver chevy malibu in downtown san jose yesterday afternoon. that's where three people were
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found in the car. police arrested two of them without incident. a third suspect took off on foot. one witness told us what she saw and heard. >> there were two very loud booms i don't know if they were. i don't know what they were. and then it was just screaming and cars screeching through the back parking lot. >> that suspect was strapped on to a gurney taken to a hospital. he had to be checked out. investigators have not revealed which of the three people is the man believed behind this mask seen robbing a bank thursday morning. however, police say they are confident they have him in custody. authorities say there were no weapons inside the stolen complicit car and there's a good chance the three men did know they were inside an unmarked police car. president trump tweeted this morning about media coverage from the washington post and new
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york times. he also tweeted about the anniversary of the challenger explosion. the list of people he's going to call includes russian prosecute vladimir putin and it is also expected that donald trump is going to have conversations with japanese prime minister, the french president, and australian prime minister. the phone calls come just a day after trump's meeting with britain's prime minister teresa may. and much of the spotlight will be on the conversation with vladimir putin and the president. mr. trump has not taken a stance. those are in place because of russia's actions in ukraine. on friday, trump told reporters we'll see what happens. >> this all comes on president trump signing a new executive order that closes our borders to
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refugees. it also indefinitely stops the admission of syrians trying to flee from a civil war in their country. also what the president calls extreme vetting for citizens of seven predominantly modern countryings. in an interview with a christian broadcasting network the president said christian refugees would be given priority over muslims. >> i'm establishing new vetting measures to keep radical islamic terrorists out of the united states of america. we don't want them here. >> the countries that actually produce the terrorists that attacked us on september 11th are not on that list. >> last year the united states admitted about 12,000 refuges for syria. most of them women and children. does the punishment fit the crime? changes now under way for student who is skip school in
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♪glory days ♪ oh, the glory days giving you a live look here. mostly sunny skies to start for your weekend. a dry weekend in store and temperatures even nudging into the mid 60s by sunday. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. it's the perfect day to talk a little baseball. oakland a's fans have a chance to get up close with the players, the coaches and much more. >> excited for baseball season. we're going to go out to jacquelyn square in oakland right now and we've got dave cappal with us. >> good morning. >> tell us what's happening today. >> we're going to have a great extravaganza from 11:00 to 2:00. we're going to have the players
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out the food is free. >> and dave generally in years gone by you used to do it at the coliseum. this year you're going outside and taken to the jacquelyn square. >> you know, we wanted to have a free event. we really appreciate our fans. we have the best fan base in all major league baseball and we wanted to give back. have a free event. a beautiful winter day here in the bay and we're looking forward to a great turnout. >> you know, so what new can we expect? people, i think, just want to watch baseball. we had so much happening in oakland with when it comes to our sports team. what gets you the most excited about what's happening? the young players talking about the young players and new players coming to the team. >> you know, we have a lot of great young players, you know, i think we have a team nucleus to build around and i think we also have a new direction and a commitment to oakland with our
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ball park effort and i think that's an exciting thing with our fan base to know that we're committed to the city and this year we're going to make an announcement on the location for our ball park. >> give us a hint. >> i can't say for sure. i will say that this is a great event to test this location in and around jacquelyn square to see how the traffic works. how easy it is to reach this site. it works as a pretty good test to determine the feasibility of this location. >> and let's talk about some of the new faces. what should fans expect from the a's this season. you've got a good pitching staff but a lot of fresh faces. what can we expect? >> well i think you're going to see a team that tries hard. you're going to see a team with great young pitching. we're going to build around that and i think we have sh great veterans. some veteran leadership with some young players and that can
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be a great res spooe for success. >> we're excited about it. you mentioned before about the commitment to oakland and i think how special is oakland as a city to have you guys here. >> i think it's amazing, the input we're getting from the fan base and the community with our new rooted in oakland tag line. i think it means everything and i think it shows this city is a rising city and the a's can be a key part of that. >> and the game is just so vibrant right now. you think how the world series finished in a game 7. two teams that haven't won forever in a day. and the cubs finally got one. and the indians did the american league proud too. so the game is just really exciting right now i would think. >> oh, yeah, it's a renaissance of baseball. we're a key part of that and we're excited to welcome the fans back to oakland this season
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at the coliseum. >> have fun at fan fest. it looks beautiful out there. we're excited about the season. david kavlty. president of the oakland a's. >> thank you. all the best. good luck in arizona and good luck this year. fan fest by the way it starts at 11:00 this morning: you know, what's important it's all free. they've got the food trucks out there. go check it out. jacklyn non square. >> it goes until 2:00 this afternoon. lots of stuff for the kids. and rose mary delivering up a fantastic day. >> yes. we have a fantastic weekend coming your our way. we will get into the mid to upper 60s eventually and i'll show you that in the extended forecast. let's check in on some of our colder spots still in santa rosa. we have 37 in areas of livermore
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and into the south bay. we have temperatures 42 degrees right now san jose. these numbers still very cool but warmer than where we started and temperatures will continue to climb as we get through the second part of the morning. if you're getting out this morning at this hour bring the jacket. because even with the sunshine it's a cold one out there. giving a view here over jacquelyn square and a fabulous forecast if you are going to jacquelyn square. we continue to watch this parent for the next few days. we do have a bit of an easterly breeze if you look at the wind bars coming in this direction. it joins us here during the morning hours. not the case today. little fog to speak of this morning. the clouds continue to spill over the circulation you see and that's why we'll have the mid, and high level clouds in place
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for today and tomorrow. temperatures nice, mild, dry, sunday, monday. tuesday things start to change. we do have a transition day late in the day. systems still off the coast. as we get into wednesday, we're looking at rain returning to the bay area and the timing's going to change on this. seeing some rain for the bay area. more snow for the sierra, enjoy the dry weather if you like bs outdoors with the sunny skies. now's your chance of the fourlt 3 degrees in san francisco. we shift to the north bay. 43 in napa and south bay locations 40s from mountain view and into san jose and morgan hill. afternoon highs for today upper 50s at the coast. 61 san francisco. 61 along the peninsula and redwood city. 61 for san jose. as we shift to the east bay sift 8 in concord.
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60 in concord and 59 degrees for napa. low to mid 60s for some of our warmer spots. not for anybody i think the peninsula and the south bay will enjoy the warmer temperatures. but again, some of the warmest weather we've had in weeks. increasing clouds and then into wednesday again that chance of rain returning to the bay area. claudine. >> looks good rose mary thank you. welcoming in the year of the rooster this morning. ♪ [ music [ music ] ♪ >> actor jackie chan doing his part in china's huge spring festival gala. the spring festival gala has been an annual festival.
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. in new york there was a big fireworks show over the hudson river marking the lunar new year. in red and gold. time now is 9:23 a disneyland experience like you've never seen before. what $15,000 will get you at disney's new exclusive private restaurant. >> and delayed, the lawsuits that's now calling for a better look as an environmental impact. stay with us.
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the oldest mom and paps store in san francisco. the business has been family owned since the late 1800s but the family thought they would have to close down at their original location. however, the landlord offered them a 20,000 square foot property on 3rd and caesar
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chavez streets along the water front. >> we wanted to be able to continue this long history we had in san francisco and we had seen so many of our customers and vendors leaf from the east bay or close entirely and we were not sure what was going to happen to us. >> the owners now have a 20-year lease on their building. it's a good step towards another 1305 years in business. has been delayed. godden gate ferry was all set to take over from the blue and gold fleet but it it was delayed after the island company threatened to sue. because of the golden gate ferry's larger vessels. blue and gold fleet will continue service in tiburon until further snoits. golden gate currently plates to san francisco and back. a popular restaurant on the east coast is now open in san
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francisco. the guys had halalal guys had an and more than a thousand people rsvped on social media to this grand opening. the company is expected to open around other restaurants around the bay area. >> the hal al guys. coming up what prosecutors say will be the key to proving their case. >> a massive search under way on niles canyon road looking for jada jennkins, the 18-year-old who's been missing since her car plunged into the water a week ago today.
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♪ ♪ welcome back to mornings on 2. you're taking a live look at elmeriville. it is the final weekend. >> perfect. >> park city, utah. >> i see the target. >> look at all that snow there. it is not 80. i love that area. >> have you been there? it is so much fun. that whole area. a lot of buzz around some indie films. we're not getting that much snow. well, maybe we are in the
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sierras i mn there are walls of snow. >> not this weekend. >> not this weekend we're not. >> i hear it's great up there. >> if that were emeryville i'd be fired. >> you'd be live in emerville right now. yeah, speaking of snowfall amounts of the sierras 4" to 5" today. >> the baste part is we've seen it where it's just been white out conditions out there. it's a little bit of a line to get on that list. >> or sometimes it's dry and then it's windy and that will impact the ski resorts. not the case for the weekend. if are you heading up, wow, you picked a good one. temperatures in the 40s in the afternoon and winds will be light.
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we have a gorgeous wind here. you may not want to leave once you see what's in store for us. a chilly stator. 47 in san francisco. upper 40s in oakland. livermore 37. these temperatures have moved upwards in i don't know two, three degrees since we bought them out earlier this morning. but we're still colder yesterday morning. down by 4 in livermore. and mountain view down by 5. as we get into the afternoon it's going to feel a little better. temperatures will be coming up today and even more so on sunday. here's a look at the day planner for you in santa r osa. so we started this morning right around freezing. 44 degrees by the 10:00 hour. upper 40s by 11:00. so i'm thinking what about in here it starts to feel a little better. by lunchtime we're feeling pretty good. low 50s in the forecast. but you will need a jacket. even though we're going to 61 in the afternoon it's going to take us awhile to get there.
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we will top over 60s in portions of the north bay. so if you have dinner plans bring the jacket. it's going to be chilly after sunset. 58. 53 mountain view. in our east bay of concord 58. we'll go 61 again. santa rosa 59 in napa. temperatures warming into the mid 60s by tomorrow. talk about how long this trend is going to last and when we move back into the wet weather pattern coming up. >> thanks. >> rose mary, thank you for that. happening now about 150 people expected to take part in a search for a young woman who crashed her car in in the alameda creek. >> ktvu's kristien kafton is live along niles canyon road with the search for jada
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jennkins. >> we've moved back again hoping to show you some of the area they're going to be searching today. professional search and rescue crews are going to be going along alameda creek here looking for jada jennkins again as you had said missing since saturday. her car was recovered over the course of the week but to far there's still be no sign of that 18-year-old. we have some video of search crews getting ready to go oun out and begin that search. as we understand they're going to be divided up into quadrants. they're going to be searching with drones and canines searching between fremont and between mission. that is an area that niles canyon road is going to be closed off today as those search and rescue teams look through this area. and again, it's going to be a very compress hencive search from what we sundays -- comprehensive search from what we understand. we can also tell you that there
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are volunteer search teams here on behalf of the jennkins family. they're going to be searching beyond this area going out towards the bay looking for any signs of the teenager, the 18-year-old from what we understand some items of clothing, her wallet has been located. again her car has been located but still no sign of the 18-year-old. families certainly looking for answers here today and hoping that today brings them some of those answers that they're searching for here along alameda creek and you can see that fire truck going along niles canyon road right here behind me part of that massive search under way here in fremont. >> christien kafton live for us in fremont. the man accused of killing sierra lamar. heading to catch a bus to school
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when she disappeared back in march of 2012. the trial delayed after defense attorneys asked for more time to review the additional thousand pages. the prosecution submitted to delaying dna evidence even though her body was never found. her hair was discovered on a rope in the trunk of his car. and be sure do turn to ktvu and ktvu.com for continuing coverage of this capital murder case. well the fbi has released a picture of a man wanted in connection of a string of bank robberies across northern california. because of his clothes he's been nicknamed the khaki bandit. he's been wearing dark cloedzing as well as stalking caps or a baseball cap. agents believe he's robbed at least nine banks in areas that include napa and walnut grove. in the south bay the punishment for skipping out of school is changing.
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the santa clara county school is granting amnesty for. all related fines and penalties have all been eliminated. officials say that financial penalties against students who miss school only increases repeated offenders. 70% of the students received mediation instead of those fines or penalties all went back to school. in walnut creek, the vandals have ripped up a soccer field and soccer is just about to start. there's a picture of what the fields look like at the contra costa. there's also bear patches and mud throughout the field. someone drove into that field and they intended to cause as much damage as they could. this all comes just two weeks before the start of soccer season. >> i think they're just like you said heart broken. they don't understand why someone would for maybe a couple minutes of pleasure spinning do
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nuts take away a field that means so much to our school community and you know, other adult and youth athletic associations. >> right now there are no suspects. anyone with information is asked to contact police. and it has been a busy first week in office for president trump. he wasted no time issuing executive orders. reporter joe waldman takes a look back at donald trump's first seven days in office. >> it is time that the american people have a president fighting for its citizens as other countries do for theirs. >> reporter: speaking to republican lawmakers in philadelphia this week president donald trump took a victory lapse which at times sounded more like a campaign rally than an address to members of congress. >> we're here now because tens of millions of americans have placed their hopes in us. >> reporter: the congressional gop annual retreat is a chance
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to strategize about moving the president's agenda forward. president obama expanded access to health care to million who is otherwise could not afford did. >> we've been working with the administration on a daily basis to map out and plan a bold and aggressive agenda. >> reporter: democrats are concerned republicans may get ahead of themselves before a replacement plan is offered. >> we'd like to work together. but right now we are fighting the repeal of the affordable care act. >> reporter: democrats are also highly critical for mr. trump of issuing a slew of executive orders in the opening days of his administration. the president target everything from trade to the environment even taking steps on one of his most controversial proposals. building a wall between the united states and mexican border.
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>> reporter: president trump also taking measures to limit visas for refugees at least for the next 120 days while a stricter vetting process could be put in place. british prime minister teresa may who became the first foreign leader to meet with president trump. >> i'm excite today congratulate you on what was a stunning election victory. >> reporter: this sunday chris wallace will have more on president trump's first seven days in office. that's this fox news sunday. in washington, joe wauldman fox news. yesterday afternoon we reached out to former c.i.a. chief leon pineta to ask him. pineta offered this advice to the president. >> he really does need to
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organize the white house under one chief of staff and have people who have clear responsibilities so that they can serve the president in a much more effective way. i think the combination of a president who tweets with a white house staff that is chaotic is a great recipe for total disaster. >> pineta said the one positive thing he saw from the president this week was the one thing on friday who said he would defer to his secretary on the issue of torture. when inte gating terrorism supports. general matis has said he would not allow it. an exclusive dining experience and it's got a little disney magic too. we're going to tell you about disney's new restaurant and the plates, $1200. are you in?
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♪you look like you're having fun ♪ ♪ open up your loving arms ♪ this one will take you back. we've got some good weather in the bay area for today. that's a shock there. looks a little hazy. mostly sunny partly cloudy skies. temperatures will be slightly warmer this afternoon as we get a nice modest warming trend under way. a look at the weekend and beyond coming up. zillow would like its employees to take some extended r&r. perk aims to give workers a little time to recharge, reboot, and take an extended vacation. the sabbaticals are half paid. benefits like health care
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continue during the sabbatical. eligible employees can take the extended leave every six years. ticket prices are going talk based on zones which will cost between $3.50 and $19 for a one-way trip. the longest route from santa rosa to san francisco and it does include a transfer to the golden gate ferry and a bus ride. that could run as high as $60 a day. here's another option. smart train managers say you can get a monthly deal on fares. >> a plan for a monthly pass. the monthly pass is good for 31 continuous days. unlimited rides monday through sunday and it's $200 for the entire month. >> now once the smart trains are running, tickets will be free until july 4th and half price until labor day. a judge ruled that
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california ago company monsanto. they would have a large financial consequence for its company and it is considered challenging, the ruling. but if this ruling happened california would be the first in the state. disneyland's opened a very exclusive restaurant and of course right inside the park. you and 11 of your friends can dine inside the restaurant. the experience includes admission to the park. got to get inside. restaurant and what used to be the disney private apartment. food cocktails and a balcony for the night. not to mention two chefs and a custom menu. better start saving. it's $15,000 for dinner. that averages out to $1250 a person. reservations are now being accepted for those that would like to take part. >> would you like to take part?
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>> negative. i'd take 15 grand and buy an island in the caribbean. >> you'd have to have that extra cash laying around and you'd have to be a super disney fan. >> i'm okay with visiting it's a small world on occasion we are looking at the weather. heading out the doors you're just going to be so happy at least if you like the sunshine and the relatively mild weather. ch it's not going to be warm but it's definitely going to be better than we've seen and it's going to be a little bit above arch for this time of year. we do see an increase in clouds on tuesday and by wednesday rain wants to come back to the bay area. as we get going on your saturday. we do have high pressure in place. we have those clouds kind of spill right over the top of it.
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that will be the case for today, tomorrow, into monday and tuesday as well. it could come late in the day. by the second part of the afternoon we'll notice a different type of cloud cover because this system offshore is expected to greet us by wednesday morning, wednesday afternoon it looks like it could be a wet day on wednesday as well as thursday. that's what's in store for the days ahead. this is what's in store for the weekend. if you're going up to tahoe gorgeous there as well. and we are looking at sunshine with temperatures at 40 degrees this afternoon u. 45 for tomorrow afternoon. notice the overnight lows, down into the teens for tomorrow morning. so be prepared. it's a chilly one at least to start the day. temperatures here at home have been on the upswing. we're looking at 49 in locateland. 55 half moon bay. we have a bit of an offshare breeze. 38 for you and the inner east
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bay, the cold spot 37 in livermore. afternoon highs for today will go up to 50 to low 60s. 59 in hayward. upper 50s in concord. low 60s san jose. morgan hill. have to point to the mountain view. these numbers again some of the warmest we have seen for the past few weeks maybe not so much today but definitely tomorrow and into monday when some of us will reach into the mid to upper 60s. here's a look at your extended forecast. warmer tomorrow. warmest day appears to be on monday. again, we'll have increase in clouds late in the day. but the rain returning on wednesday. even with the mild or afternoon highses temperatures in the overnight hours will be chilly. low 30s in the forecast for our inland cities and our valley locations. 40s around the bay. >> it looks like a pretty good amount. we'll fine tune it as we get a
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little closer. but, yeah, we're ending january on a dry note and for most folks the first week they've had dry weather. new this morning iran is now banning all u.s. citizens from entering that country. this is in response to trump's executive order limiting immigration. countries including iran. iran's foreign minister anouned that ban minutes ago. time now is 9:50. big shake up for the season. the changes in the front office that could be decided as soon as today. we'll have the very latest.
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well, if all goes well the 49ers may decide on a new gm as soon as tonight. this morning they are talking to this man. he began his nfl career as an interum with the 49ers. he will be interviewed by jed york. current falcon offensive coordinator next head coach of the 49ers. at which time they talked to another candidate george paton for gm after today's meeting shanahan will board a flight with his falcons. from super bowl 51. this is at the marriott marquee.
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images include the convince lombardi super bowl trophy and some memorable moments. and that big game you can watch right here. next sunday i think you'll hear about it this week. it's the falcons and of course the new england patriots and tom brady kick offset to go 330 pacific time. >> it was williams versus williams. sister versus sister and once again younger sister serena takes home the tennis title. exhausted and happy that's 35-year-old serena williams winning her record 23rd grand slam singles championship. 6-4, 6-4. the williams sisters hugging. they've been here before. someone has to win.
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they've actually faced off in nine grand slam finals. serena has now won seven of them. serena posted this message on social media which reads in part the top is never lonely when your best friend serena williams is there. serena also posted this photo of her sister giving her a big sisterly hug. >> and kudos to ve nus. he's been fighting a disease among other things and she made it all the way to the finals. and she i believe is the older sister. 36, 37. well done. a trailer has been released for a new netflix show that was shot right here in the bay area. >> i'm about to tell you the story of my life, more specifically why my life ended. >> singer salina gomez produced the new series called 13 reasons why. the series shot in san rafael,
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nevada, sebastian, and vallejo set to premier of netflix march 31st. newly released video showing families helping the coast guard release the turtles. this is off the coast of north carolina. back home they go. the turtles were rescued after suffering cold water shock earlier in the wintertime. and some of the crew members kids they got involved. let them go back down into the atlantic. >> bye bye. there you go. >> off you go. well 9:56 on the clock. i've got to tell you if you're getting ready to head out the door rose mary delivering up some fantastic weather. i forgot what the sun looks like. >> right. and what 65 degrees feels like. >> look at that. that's gorgeous.
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i want to say a beautiful day out. the winds are fairly light. we're right above average. just a tad above as we get into sunday. temperatures will continue to climb with another beautiful view looking towards san francisco. it's been weeks. it's been even a month for some of us since hitting 65 degrees. especially over the south bay. not everybody is going to get in on that 66. but widespread 60s. are you okay frank? frank is a trooper this morning. >> it's been a long week for me. >> so many people have suffered from the flu and it's been. >> i'm going to get a flu shot next year. i've got news for you. i will be back in the saddle tomorrow. >> well it is the first day of chinese new year. we've got lots of news following across the bay area all day long. we mrooesht you joining us. we're going to put all the
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latest developments on ktvu on ktvu.com. >> don't forget fan fest. you want free food. you want to meet all the oakland a's and their coaches and ownership. go, check it out and it's a gorgeous day on the estuary. my name is danita seaton. i'm a gas service representative for pg&e here in oakland. when i work in oakland, i feel like i'm home,
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