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there are two patients in the bay area who have contracted the coronavirus. bay area health officials are warning people to prepare for more cases. a female patient in her 60s follows another community case in solana beach. how are people reacting? >> reporter: many people say that they are washing their hands more frequently. palo alto school district is taking extra steps with students asking them to stay home because their parents had been possibly exposed to the this is one of many cases of people taking a more proactive approach. health officials have said that people really need to step up to prevent the spread of the virus. santa clara
health officials had announced that the patient is a 65-year- old woman with no travel history over she oversees, or contact anyone known to have the virus. >> an adult woman, with a chronic health condition, she was hospitalized. >> the santa clara county public health lab conduct the test and confirmed she had the virus, late on thursday. >> some contacts are higher risk. the same household, or healthcare workers. other contacts are much lower risk. and then other types are negligible, like passing someone at the grocery store >> this marked a turning point for the community and their urging all businesses and schools to prepare for more cases. the palo alto school district send an e-mail, saying as a precaution, two of the
students were told to stay home, their parents may have been exposed to the coronavirus. the district says schools will not close but they will be doing extra cleaning over the weekend. >> there are experts making plans and making sure they can implement those plans, i have full faith in the district. we are washing hands more frequently at school. taking sure that you washed your hands every time you go to the toilet, and if you can, use hand sanitizer. >> it is important to include communication to the students, and to the faculty. >> reporter: the cc said this - - the cdc said is it is important to wash hands frequently, avoid touching your face, and stay home if you are
sick. >> this virus is very susceptible to handwashing and cleaning products. >> the state department of public health did receive new test kits for the virus in california and that will allow them to test up to 1200 people. testing equipment and procedures are now available in a lapsed statewide including santa clara county, and tonight we understand that this spokesperson for el camino hospital told us the coronavirus patient has been treated, she was tested. medical personnel and professionals are among the being notified and checked out for the virus. >> thank you. now to the first community transmission case, two more
people have tested positive. but the source is a mystery. >> reporter: this husband and wife from solano county were vacationing on the diamond princess cruise ship in japan. they tested positive. and the community wonders how worried they should be. >> reporter: everyone dug into the dungeness. a fundraiser, organizers gave no thought to the coronavirus. >> i didn't even think about it, actually actually. we are going full speed ahead. you wash your hands and you are careful, and you take good care, we are fine with everything. >> reporter: that is exactly the approach officials encourage.
>> it is new and unknown and that makes it six gary. >> some have stockpiled cleaning supplies, even wiping store shelves for others postpone medical procedures to avoid hospitals and hearing west the nest will do nothing to protect you from coronavirus in the community, absolutely skewed are more cases salon travis air force base, two people tested positive but were not sick >> these are people that have been highly under control. >> they are now being allowed to isolate at home. >> had been cooped up on a hospital, on a boat, on an airplane, for a long
>> reporter: the nearest is', and city hall is flooded with concern. >> everything we put out has to be factual, correct, consistent . >> the overall risk remains low at health officials urge people to maintain their activity. >> this is our church family and and it is our community. it's more to me. >> more cases are expected to be identified as more people are tested. revised criteria does not specify foreign travel, simply having respiratory disease is enough. san mateo health officials say ac/dc patient has been
transferred to an item in unidentified health center. and many are doing health screenings, schools including the square school, where there inspecting and cleaning common areas as a precaution. >> and selloff spark fears of the coronavirus could to the united states into a recession. the nasdaq was up just a fraction of a point today. the market recovered from losses earlier today after the federal reserve, saying they would take steps to boost the health officials patients who recently traveled to intervene italy a cluster of cases with over 83,000 confirmed cases
since the outbreak began in december both in china. 2800 people have died. the threat posed by the virus has been raised to the highest level >> this virus is trending daily in communities. as long as that is the case, you still have a chance of containing this virus if the proper action is taken to detect, isolate, care, and trace. >> 20 vaccines are in development. foster city is among those testing treatment. >> the cdc put out a fact sheet, seeing anyone can get sick regardless of race or race or ethnicity. the risk is currently low in the states. they want the to go that some
who has completed does not pose a risk to others. the symptoms of the virus are fever, cough, and shortness of breath. our coverage continues tomorrow, and there will be canceled events in the bay area. the infectious disease is affecting businesses in the bay area. and how facebook can help. a small plane had to reroute today, skye fox was overhead as the aircraft was able to land safely. and ruben was there. >> first responders lined up to prepare for a crash landing. the pilot approached low and slow, landing the plane safely on the belly. pilot say it wastextbook.
the plane came from idaho falls regional airport. the pilot realized there was trouble and he diverted to san jose. >> the pilot elected to land at our airport, we made the point that we had significant emergency response for him and the passengers. >> there were three additional passengers on board but none were seriously injured. the plane however,was damaged. >> there was quite an impact to the commercialairliners and other general aviation operations here, as a result of the closures. >> five flights were diverted. among them, her sisters playing. >> i was like oh my god what are we going to do?
we were transport by bus. >> reporter: one runway reopened after half an hour. the other one remained close while wreckage was removed. the pilot was shaken but otherwise okay. >> any lending we walk away from is a good landing. to the ntsb was on side, investigating. all of the runways have reopens now in san jose. ktvu, fox news. >> there is a difference between bad service and termination. >> why he's accused a bar of discrimination, and why he went public with it, next. >> i'm tracking a system offshore that will not impact the rainfall but it will impact the forecast. and attorney is making big
changes to new policies, but why the police officers union has called them absurd. [ music ] tom steyer will beat donald trump on the economy. his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in california. and provides a 10% tax cut for everyone making under $250,000. tom's plan also makes health care a right, by adding a public option to obamacare.
treated differently than the white customers. he spoke with supervisors from walton and the club >> the supervisor said this fence will discriminate against, he had patronized the establishment but have not been treated this way until this time the cigar club cisco's financial district has been in business for 20 years. they came here wednesday night, they say they were discriminated against from the time they walked in the door. he posted a negative review that has garnered a lot of attention. >> there is a difference between bad service and termination. truck he was appalled by the way he and his fans were treated, his friends also black and were treated differently from the white customers. >> he would go for she would
give them opportunities to try samples before she served them. >> reporter: he repeatedly said that there was she repeatedly told them there was a $20 minimum charge per person and then she told him to move from his seat to accommodate other customers, who were white. >> she tipped over our friends drink and through us the tab. >> i'm deeply upset that he was offended. >> the manager and owner said that the female gender is a co- owner. >> we ask people all the time to move when it gets busy. we never based on race, color of their skin, gender, or how much they spent. >> the supervisor wants to talk to walton and would like his business. >> i apologize for offending. i will make sure that he doesn't get offended again.
>> this man says he is a regular here for ten years and was surprised to hear about using is that he said that he was surprised by the supervisors treatment. >> we've come here a lot. we won't go anywhere, to be honest. >> walton says he's speaking out because he doesn't want this kind of behavior to be tolerated. >> i don't want anyone treated like this in san francisco, ever. >> reporter: he plans to have a lengthy conversation with the female bartender and he says he would love to meet with the supervisor one on one, have a cigar, and talk about this. >> amber, thank you. criticism for a policy regarding mass incarceration, he talked about perspective of what he says our communities disproportionately affected by crime, drug, drugs, contraband,
and traffic stops. he also says that he wants to end the use of the three strikes law. >> today we take action, send a message that is loud and clear to the police departments and communities of color that we will no longer participate in, condone, tolerate, or amplify racist beliefs and tactics. >> he says that the policy changes are based on reforms, and he says racial bias in the system needs to be addressed to create confidence in the system. he also talked about the response to the contraband decision, he said that it has been demonstrated that he is a clear and present danger to law- abiding residents of san francisco, and he said that we
will also all be paying a steep price for these policies. a brush fire in san bruno mountains, the flames burned six acres of the park, the fire was first reported around 10:00 this morning near a picnic area. a shrub grows in that area, firefighters say it made that fire difficult to battle. >> it has a lot of fuel load in it, when it burns, it looks like a structure fire because it burns black or gray. when it gets burning, it is hard to control. >> no homes were threatened, no evacuations were needed. they plan to be on the scene throughout the night to watch for hotspots and put out any flareups. >> not something that we are
used to seeing. we have dry conditions that we continue to experience. >> that is not an event we should be talking about in february. fire danger and record heat once again. the oakland airport tied a record at 74 degrees. salinas is 79. king city was 62 degrees. we have 70s 80s across portions of the bay area. livermore maxed out at 80. oakland, downtown, 73. san rafael was 73 degrees. the coast has cooled off quite a bed and san francisco has cooled off as well. strong wind, a mixture of sun and clouds throughout the weekend, that is a system that we are tracking showers and sparkles and the bulk of the
action is outside of the bay area. clouds are moving in, temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. we have 60 still out toward brent what. out toward san francisco in the distance you can see the fog bank on the coastline. fog backing into the coast, overnight low temperatures are in the upper 30s and 40s saturday morning. partly cloudy skies, breezy, 50s and 60s are the temperatures, i will have more in the five day forecast in a minute pick market bar is closing, the closure is being blamed on failed lease negotiations. they lost the building back in 2018. brown sugar kitchen also closed this year. market bar - -
oakland police made another rest after a pair of suspects committed three armed robberies in one day. a battle of top-ranked teams, we have the exciting finish on who got the win in overtime. >> super tuesday is just days away the final full before the primary, next. vo: while other candidates argue about health care, mike bloomberg has a record of doing something. as mayor, he protected women's reproductive rights. expanded health coverage to 700,000 new yorkers. and decreased infant-mortality rates to historic lows. as president, he'll build on obamacare, cap medical costs, and will always pra woman's right to choose. mike bloomberg: a record on health care nobody can argue about. mike: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
voas the republicansupported mayor of new york city. bloomberg: they are male, minorities, 16 to 25, you can just take the description xerox it and pass it out to all the cops, throw them against the wall and frisk them. vo: and he blamed the end of discriminatory mortgage practices for the financial crisis. bloomberg: redlining if you remember was the term and don't go into those areas and then congress got involved and local elections were as well and congress said it was not fair,
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a second arrest has been made in an armed robbery case, the suspect was arrested on valentine's day and police also have the other man seen in the video, in custody. earlier this month police say the two men walked up to a man in front of his home, attacked and robbed him at gunpoint, police believe that suspects are connected to a pair of other armed robberies on the same day. san francisco general hospital is asking for help identifying a person in their care, in his early 30s, 6-foot tall, weighs 230 pounds. he was brought in by ambulance on monday. if you have any information about his identity, please contact contact the san francisco sheriff's office. developed in a deadly shooting in milwaukee, wisconsin police have identified the gunman as anthony farrell, 51-year-old works as
an electrician, and has for the last 15 years. police have searched his home, to find out why he killed five coworkers after before he killed himself. the brewery has more than 1000 employees and will be closed until further notice. >> what is most important right now is that we as a community come together to put our arms around these grieving families. >> the gunman had a couple of run-ins with police since the early 1990s. some of the charges were dismissed. neighbors say that there were complaints, and that they were trying to find out if a work- related injury he complained about was legitimate. >> next, help facebook wants to keep some businesses afloat.
>> as the coronavirus spreads, the stock market drops. and assuaging fears for the public, next. >> and next, look at help candidates are pulling. for a second straight day. vo: health experts warn the us is underprepared. managing a crisis is what mike bloomberg does. in the aftermath of 9-11, he steadied and rebuilt america's largest city. oversaw emergency response to natural disasters. upgraded hospital preparedness to manage health crises. and he's funding cutting edge research to contain epidemics. tested. ready. mike: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
we choose to go to the and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard. president kennedy knew settling for half-measures wasn't good enough. so when candidates say we can't guarantee health care for all, make college affordable for all, combat climate change, or create a world at peace, remember that america is best when we strive to do big things, even when it's hard. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message.
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uncertainty with the coronavirus has been weighing on wall street with concerns about the ripple effect on the global economy. white house officials are trying to reassure investors. >> at home and abroad, stocks are dropping insipidus lee, from the dow and nasdaq, to the indexes in china, hong kong, and japan. the national economic council director says the markets will get well soon. >> people should not overreact. >> the president's staff and allies are trying to downplay the drops, since the economy and stock market are two of the most important parts of his reelection campaign. >> they think this is what is going to bring down the
president. >> the speaker of the house does not want to cap panic but says that the mistress needs to take it more seriously. >> it does show fragility on the market at that it would drop so much. >> the coronavirus is spreading concern about travel and contact with strangers. under this causing airlines and casinos to take hits. but these passengers are staying positive despite things that they will get a refund if they are sick, not every company is feeling the crunch, some medical and pharmaceutical companies are getting a boost. nova was up 30% during training on friday. jerome powell says fund middles of the economy remain strong but the virus has a risk, and he says they will act has appropriate to stabilize the economy. google is canceling upcoming events in the bay area
because of the virus, they will not be hosting news initiative global summit, meant to bring together hundreds across the media industry. game developers conference was postponed, that group hopes to reschedule later in the summer. >> facebook is trying to get the word out that chinatown is safe and open for business, unity$20,000 to the newcomer service center with ads encouraging people to visit chinatown, bay businesses have seen a steep drop in customer since the outbreak of the virus. >> i've noticed the difference of less foot traffic. chinatown is so traditional, culturally. please keep coming. >> there is also been an increase in parent increase in
racism toward members of the chinese american communities. and they say that kind of racism is just an acceptable. >> a final poll of voters show bernie sanders at a comfortable lead. elizabeth warren is at 17%, mike bloomberg is at full% and pete buttigieg at 12%, joe biden is at 8%. greg leach spoke with the pole directors who say young voters could make a big difference in the selection. >> he's at 30, he's at 34. >> reporter: bernie sanders is pulling away in california. senator sanders is growing his lead in california up to 34%, and mark dicamillo says he is
consolidating his support especially with young voters. you have a huge generational difference of opinion on who should be the next president. see the biggest drop, joe biden in fifth place after losing seven points. he led in june of last year. they say that the bloomberg candidacy is hurting joe biden. >> mike bloomberg is getting 20% of the support from older voters, which was key for joe biden. >> the only other competitor is elizabeth warren, which is a concern, as she must get 15% of the innate congressional district or state wide to be viable, meaning sanders could clean up. he is getting delegates everywhere and his challenges probably won't. so you expect him to come away with a substantial delegate
lead in california. >> the poll also shows a shift in the question of electability and who has the best chance of beating trump in the election. joe biden led for much of the way my now sanders leads there as well. >> they might have been supporting but said he was not the strongest, now people are lining up with who they support, saying that is who has the best chance. to 80% of democratic voters say they would support the nominee in november even if it is not there preferred candidate >> and if the clock ticks toward the primary, as the clock ticks toward the primary, joe biden hope they win on saturday will propel him to a successful super tuesday. sanders is second in palmetto state, not far behind fighting, and sanders is still leading the overall delegate count. >> we will not allow white's
premises to get guns like the one used at mother emanuel church. >> president trump tries to take some steam out of the south carolina democratic primary by holding a rally for his reelection, he expressed confidence in his second term and mocked his opponents, calling their ideas insane. sanders decides the president for campaigning while the virus spreads, calling him a petty disruption calling it a petty disruption. e cigarettes are one step closer to being banned in the united states. >> a system is moving over northern california, not m
a measure could put a new excise tax tax on nicotine. opponents say that the new law has only been in effect for two months, porter supporters say it is an effective strategy to reverse the team vaping. the court of appeals suspended in order, blocking president jump in a policy that forces asylum-seekers to wait in mexico, the court ordered both sides to make responses. since last january, nearly 60,000 people have been sent away to mexico.
>> the present tweeted a decision earlier today, nominating ratcliffe, and several reports claims he embellished his own accomplishments as prosecutor. he would replace spinel, who was recently appointed as ambassador. >> a peace deal with the taliban is aimed at bringing us troops home from afghanistan. mike pompeo is set to take part in the signing of that agreement. us troops would be drawn down from 13,000 down to 8600 in the coming weeks. more troops could be brought home, and the possibility of peace is making many more hopeful >> we hope to finish this work.
>> brands of talks are set to start ten days after tomorrow's signing and it is possible to address tough issues such as who will take troll of the country. >> another molotov cocktail thrown at a home in the south bay and there have been more similar firebomb incidents in one night. >> another dry weekend, your extended forecast is coming up after the break. tom steyer will beat donald
trump on the economy. his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in california. and provides a 10% tax cut for everyone making under $250,000. tom's plan also makes health care a right, by adding a public option to obamacare. protects union negotiated plans. and ensures californians can make their own health care choices. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
we choose to go to the and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard. president kennedy knew settling for half-measures wasn't good enough. so when candidates say we can't guarantee health care for all, make college affordable for all, combat climate change, or create a world at peace, remember that america is best when we strive to do big things,
days, february 29th and february 28. the boys were 14 weeks early and barely weighed 2 pounds each at birth. they had to spend the first 69 days of their lives in the neonatal intensive care unit. the san jose earthquakes were forced to start their season tomorrow, but it's the final year for one of their stars. >> and the proposal to shut down a san francisco jail.
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san francisco puts into overtime, the caps are upset, it looked like the cardinals were dead in the water. twenty-seven the game, couple sessionslater, they hauled the open shooter in the corner, she had 11, and 8-3 run to put stanford on top 72-71 pick it's for the finalists 15 seconds. and mcdonald's scoring and leading the drive and layup. william goes across the timeline, balls loose, times out, arizona wins, just a second when. cal and arizona state. edwards gives it away, literally. nineteen turnovers. fast-break bucket, devils lead by a dozen at the half. third quarter,
jimmy gets three of 13 off the bench. the giants neither starting pitching to be good. they need johnny cueto to be good. the final all-star is finally healthy after a couple of last seasons. the first batter of the game to strike out. two scoreless innings to give up just one game. i'll blow sandoval hit the debut. the giants take a 1-2 or lead. in the fourth, it's 5-1 rockies. brian beltz makes his first home run of the spring. the giants fall all the way back to take a 75 lead in the this will ng.
play. first home run of the spring, the giants win this game 9-6. and scotty finished last season - - [ indiscernible ] he finished just 13, he had depth and versatility. he seen - - the team swiss army knife, playing all over the field, adding a catchers mess a catchers mitt to the arsenal. >> people need afill them when
can. pride yourself on being able to do each one up to a certain standard. it's more prevalent in baseball, which i think is good. >> chris will put his soccer career on ice after the season. he began his final season. >> chris wondolowski, the all- time leading goalscorer in the history of the mls, from the san jose earthquakes. >> he made a cameo at last night's sharks game and tomorrow he will begin his final mls season with the quakes. he went from meager guineas to become one of one of the all- time greats to score 159 goals, now he is looking ahead to the next chapter of his life. >> that is a special game. you know, there are a lot of characters in the locker room. i love the academy level. i love the 14 eight games.
they understand, i hope i can help teach them as well and turn them along the way as well. >> and a former star gives us a preview of what is to come when he gets to the big leagues. andrew von came in after his first spring home run. the fans hope to see a lot more of that from young mr. vaughn. and think of the indians, what did they do? first level, second level, third level. then the shot, room, nothing but net. how about that? the star of the padres makes it a fans day. >> very cool. all he wanted was an autograph on his head. >> thank you.
>> is now time to check how we respond to the coronavirus. >> a second person has contracted the coronavirus and this patient did not travel overseas or come into direct contt with someone who was known to have the virus. one case in solano county, the other in santa clara county. >> we are also learning a pair of students at the palo alto school district were quarantined at home today. students parents may have been exposed to the virus. >> reporter: health officials announced at a conference, the patient is a 65-year-old woman who had no travel history overseas or contact with anyone known to have the virus. >> the individual is an adult woman who was hospitalized for difficulty breathing.