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breaking news, a person was found dead inside a car. b.a.r.t. says there was some sort of an odor coming from the vehicle so the hazmat team was called in. you can see the large response from the parking lot. the car in question is that silver vehicle at the end. you can see several warning lights on the passenger windows and the rear windshield. we'll stay on top of the story and bring you an update as soon as we learn more. good afternoon. >> the homeless crisis in the bay area. >> we're looking at the problem of shuttling the homeless to other cities, and the fear for people living right on the edge of homelessness. >> the story was broken that the
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airport has been given tokens to the airport so they can ride back to the city. we have team coverage today. we begin with abc7 news reporter amy holly field. >> reporter: security guards shot this video when they noticed a sudden uptick of hopeless people. they found sam transbuses at the end of the line, emptying the bus and watched as a half dozen homeless people spilled out on to the streets. it originates on the peninsula. phil broke the story in the chronicle. he said it was a surprise to see the video. >> when you see the video, it is a shock. you realize, there is no place for these people to go. tey just melt into the night. >> we saw it happen around 5:00 this morning at the stop right next to the embarcadero center. the bus was at the end of the line. the people who got off the bus looked like they had nowhere to go. >> i didn't realize it was happening. clearly not a great thing.
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>> it's horrible that they're homeless. there should be a solution. to bus them in from somewhere else, that's pretty low. >> reporter: but it is more complicated than that. he believes many of then started in san francisco and took b.a.r.t. to sfo. >> from what we understand, this is homeless people who end up at sfo and are particularly given a token to take them back to san francisco. >> reporter: police sfo hand out bus token when's the bafrt service ends because the homeless can't stay there. they're not ticketed passengers. the bus can take them to palo alto or san francisco. >> giving people rides is what we do here. if someone pays their fare and wants to get on the bus, we'll take them on the bus. >> reporter: the spokesperson at sfo calls the tokens an enter insolution. saying they are trying to get the home the loss services they need. amy hollyfield.
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abc7 news. >> today, they spoke about possible solutions the this issue. >> it is an ongoing problem or a new problem. one san francisco supervisor is calling a game of musical chairs. one agency, one jurisdiction is moving the homeless with good intentions to another one. somewhere along the line it hits the end of the line and everybody has to get off the bus or the b.a.r.t. car or wherever it is and they wind up on the streets. in this case, on the streets of san francisco. >> so if the airport is saying, what do we do with them? we're contacting the county resource advocates. b.a.r.t. needs to be better about their evasion show the doesn't happen or perhaps the city supervisors can do a better job solving the homeless problem so they wouldn't have to. >> it is called unintended consequences. >> if homeless people are being dropped off here, it is not the first time. >> mayor london breed spoke to chris reyes. what did she have to say about
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this? >> reporter: good afternoon. if you recall in 2018, san francisco won a lawsuit against the state of nevada after it was revealed that they were busing hoeless people into the city. mayor london breed said she can't confirm that's what's happening. if it is, she won't tolerate it. >> there will have to be a determination if there is evidence that this has occurred. so in the past, they worked to address this issue with nevada. >> in the case that lasted for years, the city was part of a class action lawsuit against the state of nevada for giving patients a one-way ticket from las vegas to cities around the country including san francisco. >> san francisco can't do it alone and it is unfair to believe we can. i would want the county to be a good partner in trying to work with us. >> both the mayor and aaron
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peskin were at a center. >> it is unclear to me why folks need to, at two closk in the morning, need to be dropped off that far north and it doesn't transfer to the terminal. i have a lot of questions. we need to get with our partners at sfo, at sam trans, and really figure out regional solutions and that's what i'm committed to doing. >> reporter: and he did speak to the city attorney's office. they told me they can't comment on any investigation. aibls abc7 news. >> we know homeless know, traffic and the high cost housing are may know complaints fofrlt some, those are causing female move away. a new study of who is leaving san jose. for every high income the resident leaving by choice, six others are being forced out.
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>> reporter: there is a growing concern it won't help a sizable group being forced to quit their jobs and leave the bay area. >> we can't just rely on affordable housing. it takes years to build. in the meantime we have people facing eviction, homelessness, who are waiting for the affordable housing units to be built. >> reporter: this was done by community groups and government agencies, they say in many go cases they're low income workers. families with incomes under $104,000. they might be losing their rental homes due to displacement, developers making way for new projects or gentrification. among those vulnerable are hispanic, african-american families, and households headed by women. he believes it will accelerate in san jose because of redevelopment where google is planning a major campus. along the b.a.r.t. extension in san jose where developers see an opportunity to create new but
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not necessarily affordable housing. they say the harm goes beyond losing their homes. . >> it is a feeling that there's no sense of community in a city that we invested years of love and culture. >> reporter: possible solutions include stronger tenant protection and a housing resource center. they have four more public meetings before going before the city council in april. in san jose, abc7 news. >> we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. turning to the weather. rain is coming but not yet? a live look at our east hills. i'm trying to build the suspension here. >> you guys are doing a good job building suspension. let's look at it.
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the storm a moderate storm, a 2 on the scale. over 35 miles per hour winds at times. here's the forecast an place. we'll see a line of gusty winds by 6:00 a.m. the morning commute will not he is came the brunt of the storm. it will still be raging over parts of the east bay. and here in san francisco, the storm will finally stuart push out of the bay area in the late afternoon hours. it will be a snow producer for the sierra. i'll give you a closer look at the seven-day forecast in a few minutes. in oakland, a man will stand charges for the deadly stabbing of a woman in 2018. today a judge ruled the suspect john lee cowell is mentally competent enough to be tried.
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his trial could begin within a few weeks. if convicted, he could face life in prison or the death penalty for the killing of 18-year-old nia wilson. a plan to improve road safety along the embarcadero could transform the water front. the idea is to enhance bike safety near oracle park and near pier 39. the proposal would convert one northbound car lane into a two-week bike and scooter lane that would be raised and protected by a barrier. left turns work prohibited. the proposal goes before the transportation authority next tuesday. any changes would still need court approval. >> choikt some amazing video from washington, d.c. you can see two people are crossing the street right there. and a building, half a building comes crashing down pitch chance, a fire truck drives by moments later. the building was being renovated. investigators the haven't what happened caused the collapse.
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falling debris actually did hit one person. on to the senate. the articles of impeachment are now on the way to the senate. the latest in the ongoing battle over impeachment. signing off, a fire station closes for good. but does it leave nearby residents at risk? rare it's finally time for... geico sequels! classic geico heroes, starring in six new commercials, with jaw-dropping savings. vote for your favorites at: geico.com/sequels ahhh, which way do i go?! i don't know, i'm voting for our sequels. with geico, the savings keep on going to a screen near you. not the leg! you dang woodchucks! geico sequels. vote and enter to win today!
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that program now serves over 300 million healthy meals every year. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson washington dc could use, right now. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. new developments in the he bat over impeachment. the house voted to send the two articles of impeachment against senate in a fiery debate. >> and house speaker announced seven house managers to prosecute including one from the bay area. >> reporter: 28 days after the
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house voted to impeach president trump, house speaker nancy pelosi putting her signature on the articles of impeachment. >> we've cross ad threshold. delivering arrests of impeachment against the president of the united states for abuse of power and obstruction of the house. >> reporter: her hand picked seven manage here's will prosecute against the president, walking it across the capitol to deliver to the senate. it includes three women and two freshmen. >> we'll follow the facts, apply the law, be guided by the constitution and present the truth to the american people. >> reporter: the next phase still steeped in partisanship as the battle over witnesses intensifies. democrats with 59 pages of fresh evidence in hand. ramping up the pressure. >> the evidence is overwhelming. the latest evidence with parnas and giuliani makes it even more so. >> reporter: text messages, emails and handwritten notes released from lev parna in association with donald trump's personal attorney, rudy giuliani, facing indictment in
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new york. parnas was arrested on campaign finance charges this fall. writing on hotel stationary, quote, get zelensky to announce the biden case will be investigated. but it requires a simple majority vote. four gop senators would need to vote with all democrats to across the threshold. >> house democrats may have descended into pure -- >> reporter: and they are preparing the chamber. chief justice john roberts could be sworn in as early as tomorrow for his role to preside over the trial. abc news, washington. speaker pelosi made history when she named zoe lofgren as one of the seven house managers. >> she is serving her 13th term in congress. this is chair woman lofgren's third impeachment. >> in fact, she is the only person to play a role in all
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three modern day impeachment proceedings. she helped prepare the articles of impeachment against nixon in 1974. while serving as a staffer for congressman donnell edwards, whom she replaced in the house in 1995. she served on the judiciary committee during president clinton's impeachment in 1998. before going to washington slerk served on the santa of spirs. she received her law degree from santa clara. she is 72 years old. a programming reminder, due to the breaking impeachment news during today's else of general hospital, it was preempted. you can see that episode in its entirety overnight tonight starting at 2:37 a.m. the end of the line for firefighters at station 30 in union city. it closed today after the city council voted to shut it down because of the budget.
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>> it is out of service indefinitely. >> the last call over the radio for fire house 30. >> that's it. >> the citizens here are at significant risk. >> the president of the firefighters union wasted no time raising safety concerns about the city's decision. rolling out the banner with the message, your neighborhood fire station is closed. you are now at risk. >> when we have a structure fire, a medical emergency, a woman in labor with imminent birth, our resources will be so thin that we won't have response times are adequate. >> them it was a budget decision. with the fire station 30 averaging less than two calls per 24-hour shift, it was costing the city an additional $3.2 million a year they did not have. so on they called it quits but not before responding to one
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last call. a life threatening situation where seconds count. he said has the prime example of why this fire house should stay open. >> response types will go up. >> the mayor said, we are indebted to the firefighters for keeping our residents safe during medical and fire smerngs. however, the city council's job is responsible. the reality is that fire station 30 was underutilized. skenlts wonder if they're any less safe today than yesterday. >> my question would be why. in this economy, everybody is doing well. >> reporter: the nine firefighters who used the work here at fire station number 30, tey're still employed with the alameda fire department. they'll to have reach out the others throughout the county to be placed. reporting in union city.
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abc7 news. a special honor for the presidio. they received the prestigious green flag award. that interrogatories best parks and green spaces in the world. this is first time a park in the u.s. has been so honored since the award began. the presidio located in the golden gate recreational area gets more visitors than any other national park in the country. that's a good trivia question. i would not have guessed that. >> a deserving honor. a storm is on the way. we have cloudy skies over san francisco, as you can see from sutro tower. and the current reading sare 52 in the city. low or low to mid 50s in all the locations. oakland, redwood city, 50 at half moon bay.
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50 in santa rosa and low 50s in petaluma, napa, fairfield, livermore. the view such as it is, you can see the clouds getting a little lower. these are our forecast features. we have a wet and windy storm arriving overnight. the morning and the evening commute tomorrow will both be impacted by this storm. i will be wet and windy and slippery. a drier pattern will settle in over the weekend. rain will be heavy at times. there's the possibility of thunderstorms and hail accompanying the storm. the forecast animation, going into the nighttime hours, just after midnight, we'll see the first wave of rain pushing in. it will be quite a wave of rain that will intensify and expand as we get into the morning
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commute. by 6:00 a.m., not only will the north bay be experiencing the storm but parts of the south, into the that peninsula. southward, eastward, we'll see the storm covering much of the bay area. we'll see thing but pushing out of the bay area. even behind the front, there will be some trailing showers into the afternoon and evening hours. the rainfall totals will be up to an inch in some locations, to an inch and a quarter in others. up in the north bay, lake county, we have a winter storm warning from 6:00 this evening to 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. look for periods of heavy snow and a winter storm warning that will be in effect from 6:00 a.m. in the sierra area, one to two feet of snow and up to three feet of snow in the higher elevations. travel will be difficult if not
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impossible. tomorrow, look for highs only in the low 30s. a pretty cool, chilly, wet, messy day. mostly cloudy. on that will be a nice dry break. even monday we'll see high temperatures in the low 60s. monday will mark the beginning of another string of showers for the first three days next week. >> as long as it is dry sunday from 3:40 to 7:00 p.m. for the football game. a big honor for san jose' home grown band. the doobie brothers. and a very
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statues. the first sea lions showed up a couple months after the loma prieta earthquake. within a couple noes population exploded to about 1400 sea lions showing up on the docks. while they are an attraction, this is a really good sign for the environment. specially san francisco bay. >> it is all about the food. there's plenty of fish to love.
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they're like the canaries in the coal mine. they're telling us the bay is pretty healthy. so it's easy to swim in and out. >> the sea lions are more abundant this time of year handle the in the summer. >> could i watch them for hours. you can watch these guys for hours, too. the doobie brothers will celebrate their 50th anniversary this year in grand fashion. ♪ today they were seen during a recent performance on "good morning america" were elected to the 2020 class of the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. they got their start in this home 12th street in san jose way back in 1970. >> tom johnston, one of the original founding members, rented a room here for $40 a month. he was a student right down street at the sandal jose state
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university where he met another student by the name of pat simmons. they started jamming in the basement. tom wrote right here in the living room. this is basically, san jose's version of 710 ash bury. i would say this is of equal significance. >> what a story. the doobies have sold more than $20 million records including taking it to the streets. ♪ taking it to the streets. and the grammy winner. how can you not do it? what a fool believes. other acts. whitney houston, the notorious b.i.g., t-research and nine-inch nails. the rare medical condition that appears to come out of nowhere. we'll talk to the family hit by afm. can my side be firm? and mine super soft? yes! with the sleep number 360 smart bed, on sale now, you can both adjust your comfort with your sleep number setting.
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victories samantha wgs has racked up since she was admitted to the hospital in late winter. this shows the condition she was in after being struck down. it first appeared after a routine dental visit when her legs went numb. i told my sister, i couldn't breathe flag she was going to take me outside and i stood up and i just collapsed. >> reporter: mom first rushed her to a local emergency klum immediately transferred her to beenoff children's hospital in oakland. >> by the time i got her here a couple hours later, she couldn't even lift her right leg. her arms were just falling back in her face. >> reporter: doctors view willv eventually diagnosed her with a disease that is rep miss theent of poe willio of early symptoms mimic a cold. >> we're working on walking right now.
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standing up. >> nice and tall. >> reporter: there is no cure. theon real treatment is physical therapy. round after round of it. trying restore strength to the arms and legs. samantha does it every day except sunday. >> we trusted in the lord in this whole thing. he has given me a peace that she'll be okay. that she'll walk again. >> reporter: samantha has another five to seven weeks in the hospital before she can be released. doctors say when she is let go, she'll probably leave in a wheelchair. but samantha says if she has anything to say about it, she'll be walking out. in oakland. eric thomas. abc7 news. >> i like her spirit. a closer look at afm. i have to be honest. i had never heard of this before. how common is this? >> fortunately, it is extremely rare but serious. it is best if we break down the term. acute flaccid militis.
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flas it refers to the weakness. militis, inflammation. nervous cells. lush he in the spinal chord. >> caused by? >> that's the million-dollar question scientists are looking at. the cdc and other pediatricians have looked at hundreds of cases and we suspect it is related to a virus. it usually cops on after a child has an illness or cold symptoms. scientists linked it to a virus which millions of people get every year but only about one in less than a million are going to to get afm. usually children. >> any way to prevent this? if we're not sure how you get it, it is hard to prevent. prevention will come down to hand washing. there isn't a scientific way to prevent it. we can make the really important note treatment is really going to be dependent on how quick will we get to see these children in a hospital setting.
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>> it seems like, if you go in with these symptoms, it is not necessarily going to be instantaneously clear to the physician that, oh, yeah, it's afm. you could have any kind of flu. a mill different things. >> and scientists are trying to work on a way to see if there's a diagnostic test. but general weakness in a child could be anything. even if your child has loss of strength in an arm or leg or having trouble swallowing or peeing, that could be numerous things. getting into the hospital getting the right tests done, it can help diagnose afm and then look at possible treatments like suppressing the immune system. a really important thing is the physical therapy and or the occupational therapy to get kids back to however we can get them back. >> okay. let's say you're a parent. you suspect your child has afm.
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is this contagious? it is a virus. >> first, i would say i don't think parents should suspect their child has afm. it is so rare. parents know their children best. just like we heard, parents notice, my child is complaining of weakness. this is not normal for my child's behavior. get some medical advice and to look see if more tests or studies should be done. >> so it's unusual. if i have it, are you worried about sitting three feet away from me? >> no. er afm itself, the actual condition, it is fobl virus directly attacks those nerves in your spinal chord or your immune snem trying to takt so that process is not infection. the pre ceding cold, yes. yes.
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>> thanks assal. two u.s. agencies say the deck paid just ended was by far the hottest ever measured on earth. both nasa noaa agree. they say it averaged 1.4 degrees higher than twids century average and more than a third of a degree warmer than the previous decade which had been the hottest on record. they announce that had 2019 was the second warmest year on record. let's talk more about our weather. we thought we might be getting some rain. >> and i'm on my way to the green screen. as you can see, nothing is happening. we have calm weather.
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overnight lows in the mid 40s. then tomorrow, look for highs as the storm winds down. mainly in the low or low to mid 50s. the storm ranks two on the storm impact scale. it will start pounding the north bay. we'll see periods of rain that will be heavy at times. gusting over 35 miles per hour. it will be rather challenging. a little mild order sunday which is game day at levi stadium. then we have more showers coming our way. >> all right. thank you. top jobs. the best jobs to have right now and the unusual way one group is recruiting workers.
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celebration. but the cool objected to the post and said their daughter was being expelled for, quote, lifestyle violation. her mother on appealed the expulsion. the state didn't reinstate her but her records were changed to saying she voluntarily left the private christian school. so i guess the celebration was at school but it looked like it was outside of school. >> it is 2020 in california. what year is in it kentucky? >> but if it is a private school, wonder what is in there? probably some stuff we don't know yet. >> but it was outside school. >> who knows? >> a lifestyle violation? >> we need to see the fine print. the united states ranks behind many other nations when it comes to being the best place for women to live. u.s. news and world report looked at a bunk of factors that included gender equality including paid maternity leave
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and being the best places to raise children. denmark, sweden and netherlands. the u.s. lagging way behind in 15th place. >> another head scratcher. >> what are we doing wrong? >> quite a few things. >> we had the story about the workweek a couple days ago. for a lot of women, parents, three months. if you get three months. you're expected to be knokay, switch gears. nothing happened. that's not life. >> i feel like sweden is at the top of a lot of things. they have a good life. >> all the scandinavian countries and the netherlands, they're very progressive and ahead of us in many go ways. >> will we ever catch up? >> in our life times? >> why don't we appreciate women more in this country? >> it's just an open ended
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question. >> coming up, we'll be telling but recruiting efforts in the south bay. but check this out. the woes of the british royal family to attract new recruits. this photo shopped an image of harry in a police uniform. seeking independence? looking to move out of grand mum's house? get into the 2020 hiring process. so far it's getting great reviews. >> proms to delaware. fantastic. >> i would sign up for that. it's a very appealing photo.
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>> it's a good place as long as the paparazzi isn't there. many women may find men with beards to be more attractive than clean shaichven fellas. >> a new study finds an exception. weapon who hate bugs are less attracted on plenty with beards. scientists discovered this is especially true when women are repulsed at the he thought of lice, fleas or ticks. the same survey revealed that women find very masculine faces and men with beards to be more attractive than clean shaichbl faces. >> well, the solution is dude, don't let bugs grow in your beard. >> i feel like -- >> i don't know. >> you don't have anything else in there. >> no. it is very well grouped.
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>> yeah. but there are some people with fuller beards. >> you look like the san jose sharks' joe thornton. he and brent burns have the easy top. >> yeah. you never know what's in there. >> that gesture was worth a thousand words. that's it for 4:00 at 4:00. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ wherever we want to go, we just have to start. autosave your way there with chase.
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the second space walk in history to be conducted entirely by women took place today on the space station. jessica meyer and christina cook vent you ared out to replace the batteries on the solar arrays with new lithium batteries that store power. they ran into a bit of a snag when christina's helmet camera they continued on with a little less lighting. so you may not be able to walk in space but how about a little vacation? >> this seems to be the year for
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airline deals i just saw a tease for $750 about, half price. how do you cash in on this? joining me now with travel advice, welcome back. i always enjoy having you here. what's going on with the prices? they seem very cheap. >> the good news is prices are continuing a downward trend that we've been seeing over the past few years. great news for consumers. a lot of that is because of unbundling of fares. so you're seeing airlines or premium economy or basic economy. that's just driving lower cost overall. we're seeing cheaper jet fuel and more low costs. it is a great year to travel. >> it's hard to get a ticket. let's say there's a deal you're in love with you. you can't take your luggage of
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the. >> that's true. one of the key things is weigh the cost of a regular economy bags, against purchasing a l pus carte. let's say you only need one bag and you don't care what seat you're in. that might save you some money. sometimes it takes a little extra preparation before hand to save the most. and really, get what you need out of those tickets. >> so what are we talking about? >> for january we're seeing prices averaging just under $200 round trip. >> to where? >> so actually, one of our trending destination this is year is austin. something that has always been on the radar but it has really grown in popularity. one of the most sought after destinations. >> do people know that? >> they're there for the food. and other great things that come with it. >> but we just found prices for $145 round trip in march.
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so we're seeing some really good deals. now through march is the best time. before summer vacation. this is a really good deal zone. the next one will be late summer, end of august, beginning of september. that's the next time you'll see the deals. >> that's common. the deals are shorter than normal. >> we're on a really good downward trend. not just for domestic destinations. london, i just found flights for $475 round trip. that's in april. we always see disease in spring and this year is no different. we're seeing a lot of hotel
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deals. >> we're out of time. so many people are flying the hotels are more expensive? >> no. if you don't book around a major holiday, you will see the hotel prices down as well. we saw some great disease. $200 for places like four-star luxury hotels in london and places around the world. >> thank you very much. she's from are hopper. you can check out the hopper app. >> the little bunny on the hopper app. i see it all the time. >> do you have one of the best jobs in the career app. a front end engineer takes the number one spot with a salary about $105,000. followed by the java developer, date scientist, product manager. america's oldest national park ranger returned to her post in richmond today.
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several months after surviving a struck. betty why met with some of her friends at the park. she helped develop the park. >> betty represents the personal stories that this park is here to tell. and she shared her personal story with many visitors. she's an inspiration. she has shown me the way that we can interact and tell and show these stories. >> former president barack obama celebrated her in 2015. she shared how she worked as a young black woman at a segregated hall. >> betty, 98 years young. on we now who know is jeopardy's greatest of all time.
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tonight, catch mixed-ish and then black-ish. stay with us for abc 7 news at 11:00. it was a stunning finale. the battle to be the greatest of all time on jeopardy, going to the very last question. >> a look at the competition and the winner. >> it was a dramatic, even shocking finish to derp -- >> the greatest of all type. >> in the end, it was ken jennings. emotional as he accepted his
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greatest of all time trophy after beating his all-star competition in four games in the best of seven challenge. dominating once again before going all in in the first final jeopardy. >> what did he wager? >> that put him miles ahead. they left the first round with zero points on the board. >> we'll get rid of those scores now and add them. >> hey, brad's score is still on there. >> jeopardy james managed to claw his way back. even going all in on a massive daily double. >> what is chad? >> you're right. >> it all came down to final jeopardy. >> shakespeare's tragedies. here's your clue. >> he has 272 speeches. the most of any nontitle
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character in a shakespeare tragedy. >> he was sentimental in his last answer. >> it's true. i should get credit for it. >> jennings answered correctly. but shocked everybody by wagering zero points. >> nothing. interesting. >> then all eyes were on jeopardy, he's the winner. >> did he come one that? he did not of the. >> he risked it all and lost it all. >> it doesn't matter your wager. >> ken jennings, you are the champion. >> they hoisted him in the air have the undisputed champ of walking away with that trophy and a $1 million cash prize. >> can you imagine keeping that
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secret? they tam they taped it. he told only his wife. >> thanks for joining us for about finding good food ind have school.y so, when my wife kat and i learned california public school children couldn't get fresh produce in the cafeteria, we took action. we partnered with local farmers, school kitchens, a non-profit. that program now serves over 300 million healthy meals every year.
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the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson washington dc could use, right now. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. get ready for a wet, windy and nasty morning commute. we're just hours away from the first big storm of the year. >> and mystery in alameda. what is killing the birds? a walk on the beach, unsettling. a question about land use in the north bay. why a quiet spot is generating a lot of emotion. >> rescue in the sierra. late word on a woman missing for a week, found alive in her car. google and housing. a tight squeeze and some are being caught in the middle. and a new sense of optimism. why one group is feeling pretty good about keeping people

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