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agreement with google and says he has done similar ndas with companies like apple when they talked about land deals. they had no impact on the public land deal that went before the city this week. the $67 million deal for parcels in downtown san jose. but, there may be a problem with the optics of this whole thing. >> our kids not just tech controlled but tech enabled. >> reporter: we followed the mayor with a city wide program to teach them how to write computer code in preparation for google. talks in san jose began a year- and-a-half ago. he said it was a routine step to prevent artificially inflated land prices. >> during the time, the question is, is someone going to leak to specklators or brokers or others might take
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advantage of the situation to spike up the prices of these types of parcels. >> reporter: but one community group calling for transparency and a google deal is bothered by the secrecy. >> we are concerned that these are completely inappropriate. and probably unethical. >> reporter: the mayor says the ndas only covered early private land sales and had no effect in june of 2017 when the google deal went public. >> as soon as we began negotiations for the public parcels, we became very public about it. >> reporter: more than half the people in san jose think the google deal will be good for the city. a large group, 43%, said tech companies have too much influence over local government. >> they are a perfect example of google and tech having a huge influence. what is the city of san jose going to do? will they be completely managed by google? make sure they are following the rules and being transparent
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to their community? >> reporter: late this afternoon, the city attorney of san jose issued a statement. basically saying what the mayor said this had no impact on the public deal. the city attorney said when the deal changes hands it will have gone through 15 separate public hearings with 14 agencies throughout the city and the county of santa clara. len ramirez, kpix5. new at 6:00, we learned contractors are struggling to find enough qualified workers to get the big transbay terminal in san francisco open in time. kpix5's wilson walker givessic a look around and say ifs you are an electrician, they would love to hear from you. >> it will be a beautiful facility. no question it costs a lot. there is no question it took a long time. but it will be a real stunner when it opens. >> reporter: a couple of first impressions here, the building truly is enormous when you are walking around, it seems to go on forever.
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and with palms, redwoods, and sycamores, it is lush. for a building supposed to be done in june, it feels like a structure that has a lot of work to be done. >> the main impediment is getting the electric work done. there is a lot of electricians needed and we are in the middle of one of the hottest economies for years. it is hard to find an electrician these days. >> reporter: transit planners wrestled with what it would mean for the bottom line. this building is able to operate at a loss. >> the idea is to have it with private tenants that operate a large footprint in the building. >> reporter: the operating deficit grows because of a delay, someone has to cover that cost, either the city, through its role in financing the project, or the very
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transit agencies that want to use it. >> to be fair, ac transit and muni were all the time going to be paying something. >> hanging in the balance, june 1. >> reporter: wilson walker, kpix5. the $6 billion project was meant to be a hub for buses and trains. critics described it as a glorified bus station. the penalty for rolling through a red could get cheaper. senator jerry hill wants to slash the fine for the so- called california stop from $100 to $35. extra fees are often tacked onto this penalty which senator hill says isn't fair. his attempts to pass similar isolation in the past died amid
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opposition from police. and oakland dmv office will remain closed due to water damage. thieves stole copper pipes causing water to flood the entire office. the dmv says it will honor all appointments including drive tests at other locations. they hope to have that office open by march 5. one bay area community pushing the bar even higher when it comes to home prices. a new development of town homes in mountain view are going not just over asking but in many cases, 50% over asking. buyers blowing right past that $1.1 million list price, paying as much as 1.8. >> if i don't buy it this year, it will be much higher next year. they still wanted to buy it. i think that is part of the reason that there are so many people. that makes the price higher than expected. >> there is good news about the high prices. the city gets a 3% cut for every sale to build affordable
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housing. another shocking number in san francisco, real estate. the annual income now needed to buy a medium priced home, a whopping $303,000. the california association of realtors says this is a new high. some folks who created a community of tiny homes along mariner square drive in alameda are being told to leave. kpix5's da lin is there and says the problem is not people living there. it is their livestock. >> reporter: well, allen, behind the fence, there are llamas, sheep, and pigs. along with other animals living in there. the city of alameda sent the notice out to the owner saying the animals or the half a dozen or so people there had to go. from the outside, looks like a storage yard for shipping containers but inside, is an urban farm with plants, animals, and even tiny homes. the problem is, there's a lot of zone for industrial use.
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city inspectors say animals and people cannot stay here. they believe people converted some of the shipping containers into living spaces. there are also a couple of tiny homes here. >> the number one concern will always be safety. and that is in fact what the zoning regulations are based upon. >> reporter: aside from zoning violation, inspectors also found code violations for the group that runs this space, alameda believes it is safe. >> i don't see any danger. it's an imaginary issue. >> reporter: the city is demanding the group to clear out the animals and the people. at last week's city council meeting, they asked city leaders for more time to move. >> this is the first time we have had a real pig here. >> we are looking to have a new space that we can have both the maker space, the urban farm space, and living space along with it. >> reporter: the group is suggesting the city to provide space for them at the alameda
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point. >> there may or may not be space at the point. i know people think there's all this empty space not being used but it is. >> reporter: nearby businesses say the people living there are good neighbors. though they say about 10 or so pigs got out recently and wandered onto the street. some of the folks who live here include engineers working start- ups. one business owner says the city is doing the right thing. >> it's a mess. i mean ... it is not in keeping with the buildings and the businesses surrounding it. >> reporter: they are looking at a piece of land out in the delta. they are just now working with the city of alameda asking city leaders to give them more time. i'm da lin, kpix5. coming up, a tricky rescue near baker beach. three adults found clinging to a cliff. their call for help. >> from a golden dragon to the
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boom of fireworks. the bay area rings in the lunar new year. >> apple engineers can't stop walking into walls at the new apple spaceship campus. the sleek architecture decision that is getting in their way. >> it will feel like walking into a wall. coming up one day this weekend where the weather is going to get shockingly chilly. big time change coming. we'll talk about when it arrives and how cold we are going to get next. sorry. i can't make it. it's just my eczema again, but it's fine.
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♪ ♪ there are two types of people in the world. those who fear the future... and those who embrace it. the future is for the unafraid. ♪ ♪
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now being reported in central mexico.. following a powerful earthquake a couple hours ago. you can se >> developing news, strong aftershocks reported in central mexico. following a powerful earthquake a few hours ago. you can see buildings started crumbling from all the shaking. a magnitude 7.2 quake woke people up around 3:30. then, a magnitude 5.8 aftershock struck. violent shaking from both quakes was felt hundreds of miles north in mexico city. this video was from inside a news room. you see the light fixtures swinging back and forth. so far, there has been no word of injuries but that could change, because a quake in the same area in september killed
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almost 230 people. >> a pain staking rescue late this afternoon near san francisco's baker beach. a trio of hikers got stranded on the steep cliff unable to climb back up or get down. one was able to call 911 on a cell phone in san francisco fire crews spent almost an hour repelling to rescue them. >> how are you feeling? are you okay? >> yeah thank you. >> i was hiking around looking for them then all this commotion. >> the fire department sent out five fire trucks, ambulances, and a water unit truck. each was written a $250 ticket for crossing the ropes. another rescue right here, a driver crashed 300 feet down a steep embankment in contra costa county. chp officer was able to help the woman out. luckily, no one was injured. happy new year, it is officially the year of the dog. >> celebrations are happening all around the bay area. we do have team coverage for
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you. kpix5's juliette goodrich is live for us in san jose at the tet festival. but first, we go to mary lee who is live in san francisco's chinatown. hey mary! >> reporter: hi! i'm so excited about this. we have the lion dance performers who actually performed at today's event. they are a big part of the amazing celebration to ring in lieu in lunar new year. >> reporter: a lucky dragon, a lucky dog. cute kids in puppy costumes. the year of the dog is off to a great start. >> it is part of the culture. >> reporter: gary lowe is a senior member of the lion dance association. he has been performing in san francisco's lunar new year celebrations for 35 years. this year, he helped unveil the new dragon. >> it is a wonderful experience. having a whole new dragon. it has gotten longer from 35
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people. now, to 48 people. and, it is a fabulous piece of art made in china. longer and more people, more manpower. >> i feel excited. this is my first time on these things. >> reporter: it was 11-year- old's chloe's debut. she started practicing on stilts a few months ago and it was her first performance. shirley chung is from hong kong. she is visiting her family here two months. it is her first time ringing in the new year in san francisco. >> it is better in china. but, in the united states, this is great. it is amazing. >> i almost got hit with a fire cracker. >> you did? >> yeah. >> are you okay? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> reporter: it was a festive event complete with red envelopes and presents. even the little ones got in on
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all the lunar new year excitement. >> happy new year! >> reporter: happy new year! [ cheers and applause ] [ fire crackers ] >> got to love that. all right, thank you so much mary. let's go ahead and send it over to juliette goodrich who is live at the tet festival in san jose. hey juliette! >> reporter: hey there veronica! let me move out of the way, take a look at this. this has been going on all day. the louder the better! [ inaudible ] [ loud sound of fireworks exploding ] >> reporter: it is clearly time
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for tet. the annual vietnamese festival celebrating the new year. >> it is the year of the doll. just starting the year off right with good luck. and good fortune. >> reporter: the loud fire crackers symbolize trying to forget the troubles of the past year. and embracing hope for the new year. >> it is loud. >> yes. it is. i think most of the belief is the more you break in it, the more the bad stuff last year goes away. >> reporter: expect a lot of noise and stepped up security. fire crackerrers, fireworks set up in san jose are illegal. and law enforcement says it will be cracking down on fireworks of any kind. it's a colorful celebration filled with rich tradition. >> red envelopes. >> reporter: tet means feast of
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the first morning of the first day. and the older generation hopes the younger generation will continue to embrace it. >> we want to hand out the fortune to the younger people. you see a lot of younger kids. that is how we want to keep the tradition. >> happy new year to you. >> happy new year to you. >> reporter: i'm nervous to know what is going on behind me. but before it gets loud, just keep in mind, if you do come down here to san jose this weekend, bring ear plugs. but, the louder, the better. and, it is quite a celebration to be going on all weekend long. ly step out of the way and see. all right, i'm moving out of the way. let's see if they take it away. go for it! [ loud fireworks ]
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>> stay back of the barrier for sure. apple's spaceship campus may look cool and futuristic but apparently, it can be hazardous. people are bumping into the glass walls of the $5 billion building. some of the collisions serious enough for emergency services. post it notes were stuck on the glass as warnings but were quickly taken down, deemed too tacky. weather time. headed to the weekend. a holiday weekend, we will end about 20 to 25 degrees colder than how we begin. 60s outside today for highs. fremont, livermore, san jose, half-moon bay. the cool spot at 58. radar is clear. i'm not expecting much of any precipitation from this front. but, temperatures change on sunday. saturday night, the monster jam this weekend. oakland coliseum. saturday will be the mildest choice because sunday will be kind of breezy even inside the stadium. big ridge of high pressure
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sitting off to the west will now allow not mouse chive -- moisture to move in, but cold air from canada. getting it to the bay area is hard. it will happen this time. we are clear, we are cool overnight tonight. but nothing like what we will have next week. san jose, 42. napa, 39. tomorrow is not the transition day. if anything, tomorrow will be a little warmer with some of you hitting 70 degrees with sunshine. oakland, 66. mountain view, 67. a tiny chance of an isolated shower on sunday. but the big story is the wind and the much colder weather. we go 60s , 70s , 50s , once we get there, we will stay there all of next week. overnight lows dropping below freezing and highs only in the 50s and that starts on sunday. that's your forecast. an incredible gift coming
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from golden state warrior kevin durant. he is sending a group of high school seniors to college. their emotional response next. >> and, in other kevin durant news, kevin durant with his response to a fox news anchor's comments on basketball players voicing their political opinions and tiger woods on his comeback trail, but he continues to stumble. every step of the way. his disastrous day on the green is next.
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sunday in the nba all star game... but the two are already united off the court tly taped >> lebron james and kevin durant will be teammates in the nba all-star game. but the two are already united off the court. they recently taped a podcast together for uninterrupted and they did not just stick to sports. james is critical of the way president trump had carried himself while in office. >> the number one job in america, the point of person, is somebody who doesn't understand the people. and really don't give a [bleep] about other people.
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while we cannot change what comes out of that man's mouth, we can continue to alert the people that watch us, that listen to us, that this is not the way. >> reporter: so james' comments did not go over well with fox new. >> there might be a cautionary lesson in lebron for kids. this is what happens when you attempt to leave high school a year early to join the nba. and, it is always unwise to seek political advice from someone who gets paid $100 million a year to bounce a ball. so keep the political commentary to yourself, or as someone once said, shut up and dribble. >> as you expect, that didn't sit well with durant. he told usa today that was definitely an ignorant comment. i do play basketball, but i'm a civilian and i'm a citizen of the united states, so my voice is just as loud as hers.
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i think or even louder. to the second round of the riviera. tiger had eight bogeys and his round of 76 to go six over for the tournament. he misses the cut for the first time since 1993. they are tied for the lead while tiger heads back to florida to tee it up again next week. >> i haven't played golf in years. i'm starting to come back. it will take a little time. >> roger fedder's first time at the top of the rankings since 2012. the chiefs, by the way, have
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signed former raider's quarterback david amison to a deal worth $6 million. oakland released him earlier this month. injuries limited him to six games last season. we will probably see a few more raiders released soon. coming up in our next half hour, the latest in the russia investigation. 13 russians indicted over 2016 election interference. >> and now, the california connection. the so cal man pleading guilty to helping the russians in all of this. >> a stunning admission from the fbi. a tip on the florida high school shooter was never acted on. >> and it was planned weeks ago, but, an emergency training drill in oakland public schools is taking on an added meaning.
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investigation. the special council names 13 russians who tried to tamper with the 20-16 presidential >> the russians and the russian investigation. the special council named 13 russians who tried to tamper with a 2016 presidential election. weijia jiang has details on the elaborate scheme that used bay area social media companies. >> reporter: both a deputy attorney general and the acting
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fbi director briefed president trump in person about these explosive charges and the indictment which presents to date, the most direct allegation of illegal interference by the russians in the presidential election. deputy attorney general rod rosenstein caught a rare news conference the announce criminal charges against russian nationals for interfering in the 2016 presidential election. >> defendants allegedly conducted what they called information warfare against the united states. >> reporter: it involved a company called internet research agency with hundreds of employees. it bought space on u.s. computer servers and spread distrust. >> the defendants allegedly used that infrastructure to establish hundreds of accounts on social media networks such
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as facebook, instagram, twitter. >> reporter: this development has to be a wakeup call for midterm elections and the next presidential race in 2020. president trump who was briefed on the indictment said this happened before his announcement to run and the trump campaign did nothing wrong. no collusion. the charges against the russians include conspiracy, bank fraud, they came from special council robert mueller who is investigating russian interference and possible coordination with the trump campaign. >> there is no allegation in this indictment that any american was a knowing participant in this illegal activity. there is no allegation in the indictment. that the charge, conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election. >> reporter: the defendants posing as politically active americans did communicate with unwhitting trump campaign members and volunteers. and even though these charges are really significant in
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understanding what special council mueller has uncovered so far in the investigation, russia is unlikely to extradite any of these defendants and so, we don't expect them to actually face legal consequences. >> i understand that this indictment also outlines times when the russians worked for and against president trump. is that right? >> reporter: that's right. different instances in which the defendants are accused of holding rallies that are both for president trump and also against him. but, to be clear, there is no mention of the hacking that we have already learned about as the dnc e-mails. and president trump actually tweeted today, that this did not impact the results of the election. well so far, there has not been a full assessment of the impact so, this indictment does not draw that conclusion. >> weijia jiang, thank you.
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and the indictment shows how u.s. social media companies like facebook and twitter got played by the russians. there is no comment from twitter today. but facebook says it will hire more people and work with the fbi to prevent future attacks. and this evening we are learning about a california connection to the case. a southern california man has pleaded guilty to helping the russians. reporter randy page has the story. >> no comment. >> no comment from richard's father as he walks back into the home listed on business records as the location of an online company operated by his son called auction assistance. here's the web page. pinedo has admitted to federal investigators he was selling bank account numbers created using stolen american identity. >> apparently, he was basely stealing people's identification and using them to open bank accounts he provided to the russians who were interested in having a
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place from which they could use the money without revealing who they were. >> reporter: former federal prosecutor lori levanston said he was facing up to 15 years in prison, but by agreeing to cooperate, he will look at more to 12 to 18 months. >> he is key because he made it possible for the russians to pose as american citizens and fund their activities here in america. >> will your attorneys speak to us? >> yes. stay off my property. >> reporter: his father referred us to his son's attorney saying he allowed bank individuals to fraudulently establish accounts. he went onto say mr. pinedo had no knowledge of the identities or the purchasers of any of the information he provided. to the extent they assisted internationals was done without
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his knowledge or understanding. according to the plea agreement, he has no criminal construction convictions on his record. at least now until now. congress is no close tore settling the fate of dreamers, undocumented people brought into the united states as children. four different immigration bills have now failed in the senate. that includes a bipartisan measure that came up six votes short late yesterday. and the clock keeping ticking. a program known to protect daca recipients will be expiring march 5. today, at uc berkeley, people concerned about daca and other immigration issues held a demonstration at the plaza. >> our goal is to build the movement that is necessary to defend all of the immigrants. to defend daca. and to eventually make it safe again for students. for the immigrant communities
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to be open. >> the current daca program shields about 700,000 dreamers from deportation. and, a big sweep by ice in southern california. this week, immigration agents arrested more than 200 people. they say most of themalready had criminal records. agents issued over 100 notices of inspection of undocumented workers. the fbi is investigating on whether it missed a major opportunity to stop a high school massacre in florida. >> elizabeth cook joins us with the latest details. >> reporter: it turns out the 19-year-old charged with murdering 17 people had been flagged through a tip line weeks before the shooting. now, florida's governor is calling on the fbi director christopher wray to step down. a former neighbor say this video shows nikolas cruz in his backyard shooting what may be a pellet gun the fbi admits it
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have been investigating the florida teenager weeks ago. they received a tip about his weapons, his desire to kill and his plans for a school shooting. it was never forwarded to the miami field office and no investigation was conducted. christopher wray regrets the pain this caused. this grieving community is finding its voice. survivors of the shooting are ling the call for change. 17-year-old david survived the massacre which killed 17 students and teachers. he says it is time for the younger generation to demand gun control. >> politicians can make all the promises they want and give all their condolences but at what point do we say that is not enough? >> reporter: cruz legally purchased the ar15 used in the shooting. senator bill nelson hopes the students can gather support for a ban on assault weapons.
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>> the kids are just terrific. the fact they are speaking up as boldly as they are, maybe that's the turning point. >> reporter: if it is a turning point, it will be too late for the grieving family of 14-year- old aillegal alyssa. her funeral was the first of many. meanwhile, the president and first lady are in florida thanking doctors, nurses, and professionals for their response. >> thanks liz. meanwhile, teachers from oakland unified are taking steps to make sure they are prepared if a school shooting happens there. they gathered for active shooting training. the training had been planned for months but happened to fall on the same week as the florida massacre. the main focus, spotting characteristics of an active shooter and learning what to do in the moments after the shooting begins. >> i worked in correctional
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education. inside jails. and parole officers for ten years. i'm sorry to say, but i almost feel safer working in those places than i do in a public school setting. >> oakland school's police chief says it is time congress bans assault rifles that are often used in these mass shootings. a bay area car thief caught in the act. 100 miles an hour get away and the fiery aftermath. >> plus, this year's brutal flu virus finally leveling off. what federal officials just said about one of the worst flu seasons in more than a decade.
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even if no one in your home smokes, secondhand smoke can be closer than you think. secondhand smoke from a neighbor's apartment can enter
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your home through air vents, through light fixtures and even through cracks in the walls and the floors. secondhand smoke is toxic. especially to children. protect your family. visit tobaccofreeca.com. rescue two dogs from a steep cliff in san francisco. the dogs were out with their owner.. when they slid down a slope at fort >> firefighters used ropes and harnesses to rescue dogs from a steep cliff in san francisco. they were with their owner when they slid down a slope around 7:00 a.m. first responders lowered a paramedic down the cliff.
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he was anchored to a fire truck. they said they did the right thing calling for help instead of trying to rescue the pets himself. a wild scene in a santa rosa neighborhood overnight. a car thief caught in the act an chased by the victim. speeds reaching nearly 100 miles an hour until the alleged thief lost control, slamming into seven cars. some bursting into flames. in the light of day, you can also see a fence that had been ripped down. burnt pavement and bits of broken car lights. neighbors heard it all. just after midnight. >> i just hear a loud bang. and an explosion happening. and i could see this car right here just burst into flames. it was really scary. >> the suspected car thief was thrown from the vehicle and seriously injured. his name has not yet been released. an alameda county sheriff's deputy is recovering from injury after he was attacked by an oakland inmate. the deputy was allegedly attacked with this makeshift shank. it happened while he was
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bringing the inmate some hot water for his food. deputy glen dyer suffered cuts to his arms, bruises, and burns from the water. the number of cases this week has been no worse than last week with the flu. that could be a sign the outbreak has peaked. death from pneumonia and flu have also gone down. 43 states are still experiencing high flu activity but it appears overall activity is starting to decrease. up next, welcoming in the year of the dog, the events underway in san francisco in the south bay. plus, the bay area's first lunar new year baby. >> tomorrow, will likely be another 70-degree day. i know in february, and the santa clara valley. after that, all bets are off. it is going the feel a lot more like winter. wait until you see how chill chilly we are going to get coming up.
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my name is jamir dixon and i'm a locate and mark fieldman for pg&e. most people in the community recognize the blue trucks as pg&e. my truck is something new... it's an 811 truck. when you call 811, i come out to your house and i mark out our gas lines and our electric lines to make sure that you don't hit them when you're digging. 811 is a free service. i'm passionate about it because every time i go on the street i think about my own kids. they're the reason that i want to protect our community and our environment,
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and if me driving a that truck means that somebody gets to go home safer, then i'll drive it every day of the week. together, we're building a better california. getting word police are responding to a double shooting in golden gate park. details still coming in... >> we are just getting word, police are responding to a double shooting in golden gate park. now, details are still coming in on this. but apparently, it happened in the past hour near the panhandle. we have a crew gathering more details but again, a double shooting in golden gate park.
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we will get you more details just as soon as they come into us. well, wamo has gotten the green light for its light hailing service. been given a permit to begin operating the service there. it is expected to put them on the road in phoenix later this year. the men and women who responded to the wine country wild fires were honored at the state capital. mike mcguire says the deadly fires would have been far worse if it wasn't for the brave efforts of those first responders. the wine country wild fire killed more than 40 people. and had been deemed the most destructive fires to hit the state. well, vibrant celebrations around the bay area to ring in the lunar new year. it is the year of the dog. and fireworks are still going on at the tet festival in little saigon. let's take a look at san
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francisco's china town. we have been hearing things have calmed down quite a bit. you probably remember earlier when all the fireworks were going on. and what could be better than being the first baby born in the new year? this little girl came into the world the year of the dog. she will grow up to be honest and loyal. earlier today in chinatown, a new golden dragon was unveiled. the dragon is even longer than the last one. it is 288 feet. and requires more members to perform with it. just an incredible sight across the bay area. happy new year to everyone. >> happy new year to you as well. we are looking at beautiful weather. in the short time i have been here, i have seen a number of times where it has rained on the new year celebration. this time, perfect weather.
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san jose, 62. concord, 63. oakland, 59. it is 58 officially in livermore. another cold night tonight. we have done that all week long. san jose, 42. san francisco, 47. concord, 40. fairfield, 38. napa, 39. we did not get any precipitation today. taking our dry streak beyond the three weeks it has now been 22 days without any widespread rainfall in the bay area. most of the bay area has not seen a drop of rain all month. i'm showing you this map. cold. that will move in. it is going to be a significant change. perhaps a shocking change on sunday when you wake up and if you are not watching this forecast, they will text you on sunday morning and say wow, what happened outside? this cold air will get unleashed on all of northern california, northern nevada. the pacific northwest. it will snow in seattle. record lows are possible there. lows here, next week, next tuesday morning could be as low as 24 or 25 degrees.
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futurecast says none of that is happening tomorrow. go outside and enjoy the sunshine. it is sunny morning. not a drop of rainfall. clouds. what you see is the wind. winds sustained 20 to 30 miles an hour with stronger gusts as the front moves through. temperatures falling. usually with sunshine, temperatures rise throughout the day. sometimes when you get a front, temperatures will fall throughout the day. i expect that to happen on sunday. clearing skies in the afternoon. some of the precipitation right along the coastline. about 1500 feet in elevation may fall in the form of snow. any shower in our hills could be a snow shower early monday morning. and the long range outlook, all through next week, super warm back east. the pattern has flipped. warm out here, cold back there. the opposite next week, we will stay chilly on the west coast for oh, five to seven straight days. so, one more warm day tomorrow. sunday, we will be shocked.
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windy, much cooler falling into the 50s and a few snow showers above 1500 feet in elevation. sunday night. tomorrow, none of that. close to 70 in san jose. close to 70 in dublin and san ramon. marin county, mill valley. 66. novato, 69 degrees. you will look to the hills for a little bit of white monday morning. extended forecast, much cooler on sunday, cloudier, and windy. monday, president's day, mid 50s . that's it. and we will stay in the 50s most of next week. it will get cold. guys back to you. >> thanks paul. coming up, high school seniors score with awesome gifts from kevin durant. their emotional response to the news that they are going to college. >> and, coming up on nightbeat at 10:00, they are your first point of contact when you are having an emergency. 911 operators. but tonight, we investigate the slowing response times in the bay area. we'll have that story for you
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warriors star kevin durant announced he's going to help them launch their college education. talked with th >> several at risk high school
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seniors scored when kevin durant announced he was going to help them launch their education. >> sharon chin spoke to the students who cried at the news. >> so, first year of college, i would like to pay for it. >> reporter: these students feel like mvps thank to kevin durant. >> my parents can't help me pay for certain things let alone for food. not even a comforter when i go to college. we were struggleing to pay for all of those things. >> reporter: alicia demeri won the peninsula boys and girls club youth of the year award. finalists also won. kd's charity foundation promised to pay for all four students freshman division. >> i started crying. i guess it kind of hits you, like, my parents can't afford it. >> reporter: alicia, accepted
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to loyola, wants to study music and social justice. >> i always felt i wasn't good enough. so when someone believes in you enough to pay for a year of your college tuition it is like okay, i think i got this. >> reporter: each student has struggled with homelessness. now, they have a ticket to their dreams. >> i'm first generation in my family to go to college. >> reporter: and they are dreaming big. >> first, a mayor, then a governor, a congressman. and then, eventually ... the president of the united states. [ laughter ] >> you guys are going to do great things in the world. >> reporter: now, the students say the ball is in their court. they want to do well in school and make their families, community, and kevin durant proud of them. sharon chin, kpix5. >> i'm sure they will. >> so deserving. >> i'm sure he wishes he could help a lot more than that. >> that is awesome. >> for news throughout the evening and the latest online, go to cbssf.com.
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>> don't forget to see us at 10:00 on nightbeat an 44 cable 12 and tonight at 11:00. >> have a good night!
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announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how are y'all? how's everybody? i appreciate y'all. hey, darlin'. thank you all. heh heh heh! i appreciate you, folks. thank you all. yeah, i do. i appreciate it, y'all. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey... [cheering and applause] got another good one today for you, folks. returning for their second day, from dallas, texas, it's the champs. it's the shepherd family! [cheering and applause] and from brentwood, california, it's the cecil family! [cheering and applause] everybody's here trying to win theirself a lotta cash, and somebody might drive outta here in a brand-new car.
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well, let's go meet 'em. it's the champs. it's the shepherd family. hey, little ashlynn. ashlynn: hi. steve: see, they moved you up to the captain's spot. ashlynn: they did. steve: you know why they do that? ashlynn: why? steve: because they love you. ashlynn: oh, yeah. [giggles] steve: so you've got star quality, little ashlynn. ashlynn: i'm a youtuber. like, i make videos for, like, little children, so they're, like, skits about princesses and fairies and.... [elderly woman's voice] the wicked witch. [laughter] steve: that's you? ashlynn: that's me. oh, i make, like, videos every week on youtube and, like, our channel has over two million subscribers. man: yeah! ashlynn: [giggles] [cheering and applause] steve: two million? ashlynn: two million. you should tune in every monday on "seven perfect angels." [cheering and applause] steve, but on top of all this, i have a lung disease called cystic f

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