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the search continues for a gunmen left one dead and three injured in vallejo. people will look back on what happens in nevada and say this was the beginning of the political revolution. >> revolution or harsh reality. voters head to the polls in nevada and south carolina. good morning. look at that gorgeous shot over the oakland estuary. it looks like it's shaping up
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to be a fantastic day. >> the sun is just coming up. most of the fog on my way in has burned off. >> just in time for the parade tonight. it's saturday, february 20. i'm ross palombo. let's get to rosemary for a check on the weather. we have dry weather so that's great for starters. we do have the fog out this morning. over portions of the north bay it's really sick. look at the visibility maps in just a moment. looking toward the east here comes the sun. it's going to be a nice day. temperatures will be on the cool side but not bad. it is winter after all. now but reporting visibility to about 1/4 mile. it's a very thick around american canyon and petaluma. santa rosa okay at the moment
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that it was heavy a while ago. it will move around through the next hour or so if you have an early morning drive be prepared to come across some fog. the south bay has good visibility. temperatures it's a cooler start this morning with the clear skies. santa rosa 37. 36 napa. 44 oakland. a cool day. the full forecast coming up. developing news out of the south bay. san jose police are investigating a stabbing that happened outside a bar. video posted to social media shows a scene in front of the elegant pub on south white wrote. just before 1 am one man was killed and another was injured
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after getting stabbed outside the bar. the second victim will survive. the suspect or suspects are still on the loose. this is the city's seventh homicide of the year. last year there were 4. gunfire in the neighborhood leaves one dead and three injured in vallejo. police are trying to find those responsible. someone drove up to a home on quarter street around 3:30 on quarter street around 3:3030 afternoon and opened fire. two victims working on a car in the driveway and the other victims a woman and the nine- year-old child were inside the house. a bullet grazed the child's face. >> coming back from the store and i heard six gunshots. >> one of the victims is in serious condition. the other 2 including the child will be okay. they are all related the suspects are still on the
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loose. witnesses told that they saw three men dressed in black racing from the scene in a burgundy or red hyundai sonata. a san jose woman went missing was murdered and they plan to start searching for her body. stacy aguilar was last seen at a party near silva avenue and jackson treat in hayward saturday night. family reported her missing on monday. police received information that now leads them to believe she was killed. but so far no arrests have been made. anyone with information is asked to call police. one person is in the hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car in richmond. it happened 7 pm last night as the first was crossing the street. the pedestrian was airlifted to the hospital in critical condition. the driver stopped and cooperating with investigation and they do not think drugs or alcohol played a role. polls are open now in south carolina for that state's gop
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primary. there are six candidates now on the ballot. the top three according to an average of recent polls. donald trump leads with nearly 32% alibi ted cruz and marco rubio both around 18%. the most recent polls say that trump's lead is shrinking with both crews and rubio gaining on him. after trump's public fight with the pope he's now taking on apple. he blasted the company for not helping the federal government hack into the iphone of the san bernardino shooters. >> what i think you want to do is boycott apple until such time as they give that security number. boycott apple. >> it's easy to say make america great again. that's easy to say. you can even put it on a baseball cap. but the question is do you understand what it was that made america great in the first place.
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>> south carolina is a key state for the republicans. the winner of the primary there has gone on to become the party's presidential nominee every time but once in the last 36 years. in a nevada caucuses hillary clinton and bernie sanders are neck and neck. political experts say it's going to come down to clinton portis ground game versus sanders momentum. the latino vote could be the difference they make up almost 40% of that state's operation and immigration reform has been a key topic. >> republicans will see the error of their ways and quit using immigrants to divide our country and quit taking the kind of mean-spirited actions they do. >> we would reach out to working families and the middle class and say if you are interested in transforming america, we need your help.
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>> the caucuses begin in nevada in a few hours at 11 am. clinton will come to the bay area tomorrow for fundraisers in menlo park. we are now hours away from san francisco's chinese new year parade thousands of people will line the streets to celebrate the year of the monkey and watch the parade move through downtown. >> you can also wanted on ktvu. >> it's been a busy few months for everyone getting ready for the parade >> amber lee has more on the finishing touches. >> reporter: each float told out by hand from the warehouse. the vibrant creations spring with a veneer to protect them from the elements. >> very excited. i'm very happy with how every float came out. i'm proud of my team. we did some good work at this year. >> reporter: more work in the morning these little brought out to the starting point of
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the parade and lined up in its proper order. at union square setting up the center for key give you a live broadcast installation and testing on the eve of the parade rehearsals hours before the main event. >> it's different every year is still very exciting with lots of firecrackers and bands and floats and kids marching. it's family-friendly and a lot of fun. >> reporter: at the hilton hotel , it's the coronation ball and banquet for miss chinatown usa 2016. the winner is 1 to 3-year-old stephanie wong of millbrae. ucla graduate works for oracle and is also an accomplished dancer. >> it's an incredible honor is something i've look forward to since i was a little girl i never found the time and opportunity until this year. it's great because it's the year of the monkey and i am year of the monkey. it worked out well. >> you can watch the chinese new year parade tonight here on
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ktvu our coverage starts with the 5:00 newscast in these directed to our with parade coverage coming up at 6. still to come a british tourist is fighting for his life and police are searching for the two people who attacked him and his knees as they walked on the street. funeral services for justice scalia this morning the latest from washington.
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people around the country mourn the loss of supreme court justice antonin scalia in less than one hour if you mess we led by one of his own sons. megan dice has the story. >> reporter: father paul scalia , the justice's son and catholic priest himself will deliver the mass set to start at 11 at the basilica which holds about 3500 people. it we followed by a private burial with the family. this is
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the final farewell on the weekend long morning for the justice yesterday visitation was held at the supreme court. over 3000 people in attendance including the president and first lady. father paul scalia provide traditional prayers at a private ceremony held at the supreme court yesterday morning. his casket lay in an area where president lincoln lay before him after his assassination. scalia clerks to 30 minutes turned through the night standing by his casket until his body was taken from the supreme court. an associate justice of the supreme court for 19 an associate justice of the supreme court for 1986 until february 13 where he died in texas at the age of 79. he was appointed by ronald reagan the white house says the vice president biden and his wife will be in attendance today the president will not be sending security detail. the service technically open to the public that they are reserving it for friends and family. the obama administration thinks it might have a compromising the ongoing
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dispute over privacy versus national security. the government once apple to help hack into the encrypted iphone of the san bernardino shooting suspect apple has refused saying it cannot do that without creating a backdoor for all phones. now the obama administration says it once apple to create the hacking software and retain it and then destroy it after the government it's the information from this one phone. this comes after the justice department yesterday asked a judge to step in and force apple to give them access. >> what the court is ordered is that apple go into that particular phone but in order to do that they have to create a backdoor. that is tantamount to asking them to create a master key for one hotel room but in fact that master key will open every room in that hotel and every room in that hotel's chain. that's what apple is worried about. >> senator dianne feinstein
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weighed in at a luncheon saying the phone could hold the key to whether the terrorists acted alone or were part of a larger cell apple is not above the law of the us fresh powder in the sierra is turning to a blessing and a danger for skiers. conditions are great for skiing but when he five and 30 inches of new snow accumulate in quickly on top of hardpacked snow is creating an avalanche danger. three avalanches thursday alpine meadows no one was injured both squaw valley and alpine meadows have been using artillery to trigger avalanches in a controlled way to clear away any ski hazards. be careful if you're going to the mountains. >> i've seen people -- pictures people were posting on facebook. it looked cold. >> it is cold. yes they had snow last night. there is no advisory in place
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for the weekend so if you're heading up the advisory from yesterday has expired. here at home the rain has cleared as well. we have some lingering moisture and there is patchy fog reported in some of the valley locations. temperatures are on the cool side. we're looking at 37 degrees now in santa rosa. san francisco 46. san jose 49. for most of us it's a cooler start than yesterday. we will be partly cloudy through the afternoon today. in and out of clouds and that will be about it. a quiet day in store and a lot of 60s out. for most of us low 60s for the
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afternoon. the second part of our afternoon with sunset just before 6 pm, here is a look at what we are expecting for the chinese new year parade. upper 50s as we start at around 5 pm and then by 8 pm low 50s under partly cloudy skies. it will be cool but not bad. here is the extended forecast. a bump in the temperatures coming our way. upper 60s to near 70 sunday afternoon and then the warming trend continues into next week. we might have to wait until next friday to see the rain come back. >> february has not been good
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to us. >> a bust as bill martin put it the other day. >> we always have march. march is looking better. happening today there is a health wanted sign -- help wanted sign. the team associate anyone job fair from 9:30-12:30. positions include concessionaires ticket takers ushers and grounds crew. the giants st. john's are limited and if you did not apply online, keep in mind the team is only going to accept 50 walk-up candidates. it's something we don't see often. a warriors loss. it happened last night in portland. details coming up. it's time for our pet of the day.
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there eight-month-old female who would like to be adopted together. you almost cannot tell that there are two cats in that picture. they are good with kids and seemed to be okay with dogs as well. you can see them at petaluma pet pals.
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the warriors fans -- the warriors are promising fans team will play better tonight in los angeles against the clippers. the warriors record screeched to a halt against the trailblazers. the trailblazers jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. 137-105 was final. after the loss the team and players took to twitter and reacted. there is liveried david. they put the picture with the caption current mood. that was not the basketball. we will be better tomorrow. injured player tweeted short memory. quick turnaround. let's hope. >> they will no doubt >> kiefer sutherland new movie
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hits theaters this weekend. he stars in new film with his father donald sutherland and we talked to him about what it was like to work with his dad for the first time. he says the to have wanted to work together for years but when it finally happened they were both very nervous. >> a funny moment happened on the first day. i walked up to him and said this morning is rocky. i apologize. i got very nervous last night and didn't sleep at all. and he smiled and looked at me and said last night, i haven't slept for a week. >> they play father and son in the western drama like in real life. demi moore also stars in the movie. to be a major moment in world history coming to the big screen this weekend with the
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movie race. it tells the inspiring story of jesse owens during the 1936 olympics in berlin kevin mccarty gives us review and toxic the actor who portrays owens. >> reporter: opening this weekend is a new movie race. they credible story on the true story of jesse owens the track and field athlete who won 4 olympic medals in 1936. in the berlin olympic games. the shot you just saw at the beginning he's a walking into the stadium. they shot that so well that a lot of that is cgi they had to re-create the feeling and the idea of that many people watching him. and stephan james israel -- phenomenal. he takes on the character and the dramatic qualities. there is some comedy. he delivers an amazing performance the way it is shot
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is so well done. i love the movie being made within the film as well. it's an inspiring story and i think it's worth seeing. there are some script issues that i found it to be a little long at times. but i gave the film three and half out of five. it's a great history and a great story. i had the chance to interview mr. james he was here in studio in washington dc. i spoke with him about his name where did that come from? he also gives some tips on how to do a long jump. >> a family matters we all know family matters. when steve urkel goes into the machine he gets into the cooler virgin and the cooler version of himself. and that to my aunt gave my mother the permission to name me stephan. you got to be ready and prepared and like this on your toes and
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this is your the gun go off you are off. >> i'm rocking back and forth. left like out what you're proposing. and then three to 3 to 1 go. >> reporter: i think i did well. the full interview is available on my facebook page. i also reviewed the movie reason starring joseph fiennes. that review is also available on my facebook page. oakland tech graduates minutes the nfl will team up the stars of the new movie eddie the eagle today in oakland. the movie starring hugh jackman is a story of the british ski jumper who made it to the olympics they'll be a oakland tech today along with former seal seahawks running back marshawn lynch and before those quarterback josh johnson they
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are participating in a special football program for students from lynch and johnson's fan first foundation coming up thousands of dollars with a rare books is stolen. the bay area bookstore where someone tried to sell off the books. the parade route has been set and the grandstands are up. dry weather is back. the forecast coming up.
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vallejo police looking for a red colored car scene racing away from a shooting that claimed the life of one man and injured three others including a nine-year-old child.
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he was graced by a bullet across the face. this is the fourth homicide of the year. on the victims are related. two states are going to the polls today in the race for the white house. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are competing in the nevada caucuses which opens in about three hours and in south carolina voters are going to the polls already for the republican candidates. excitement is building toward tonight's big chinese new year parade we have a live look now at union square. that's where the setup is and where will all be tonight. thousands of people will line the streets of san francisco to celebrate the year of the monkey. we will bring you live coverage we will all be out on the cable car and i will be reporting we start the coverage at 5 pm. it's always fun to talk with the people involved. >> we hope you will join us. it's going to be more fun because the forecast will be
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nice. not bad for february. we will be dry for starters. the rain that moved through yesterday is now moved away. we have patchy fog this morning. here is a view where we have visibility issues. primarily over the north bay. we're looking at a significant improvement over the last half- hour. it was widespread around american canyon all the way into areas near santa rosa. visibility now down to 1/4 mile. you can see this darker shade of gray but we have some patchy fog this morning. in the central valley you also have some fog. temperatures on the cool side. 37 fairfield. 36 napa. 39 half-moon bay.
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44 oakland's. 49 san jose. this afternoon partly cloudy skies dry and temperatures stay on the cool side. afternoon highs in the low 60s. the full forecast coming up. a british tourist is fighting for his life. the victim of a violent stabbing in san francisco. it happened around 830 thursday night on post street between golf in franklin. a muscular man and a hoodie and a woman with a dreadlocks in front of the 44-year-old victim and his niece. >> there was some kind of brief struggle and during the commission of the robbery, there was a stabbing. we believe to be a knife or sharp object. >> the attackers ran off with the man's cash credit card cell phone and passport. they found a scarf the money to the female suspect but they are now checking that for dna.
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today there's going to be a vigil and san jose for two men killed a police. antonio cruz juan lopez was shot and killed your san jose state university two years ago. campus police of the opened fire after he charged at them with a saw blade. the family of 23-year-old philip watkins will also be at today's vigil. he was shot and killed by police last february when officer say he ran towards them holding a knife. vigil starts at 3 pm at the african-american community service agency in san jose. [ singing ]. >> richmond police officer gus vegas was remember by his family. his community and his department. more than 1000 people packed the richmond auditorium while more like the street to pay respects. he was shot and killed inside his home in vallejo the suspect is the father of one of his grandchildren.
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[ music ] >> reporter: the respect for richmond police officer gus vegas was obvious and heartfelt. his casket passed is alluding brothers and sisters in blue. despite his not dying in the line of duty but in a matter of domestic dispute at his home richmond auditorium was felt as if he had died saving the lives of city residents. >> it such a danger is never expected to be lurking within the walls of your personal sanctuary. there are some things in life that are just beyond our ability to comprehend. >> reporter: his family says he did die in the line of duty. >> his final breath came doing what he always taught us and that was to protect our family at all costs. take care of the pride.
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that was the line of duty as a father and husband. protecting his family like a king lion. >> most of his 10 children and stepchildren spoke of the man who was obviously larger-than- life in their world >> on our way over i couldn't believe on a weekday they shut down one of the busiest highways to honor him. >> i'm honored to be his daughter. >> reporter: joe biggest gave the eulogy and powerful statement about his father's impact on the world >> he's taught me something. if he has touched your life or someone you know can you raise your hand.
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>> reporter: half the crowd raised their hand. afterwards it was time for the right to the cemetery in vallejo. he had a huge contingent of police officers to ensure he arrived at his final resting place safely. we have posted pictures and video from the memorial you can find that link on the top of our home page. a man is on the road accused of stealing a van that contained more than $300,000 worth of rare books. a book dealer has vehicle stolen yesterday in oakland. several hours later to people try to sell the books to a bookstore in berkeley. employs were suspicious and called police. officer track down one suspect but the other person got away. police recovered all of the books. we're not just hours away -- we are now hours away from the san francisco chinese new year's day parade. is where the largest celebrations of asian culture
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outside of asia. christien kafton is in tampa cisco for the final preparations are underway. >> reporter: can you feel the excitement? it's going to be incredible. you and it will be on the cable car later on. we will have a lot to talk about. this is our ktvu booth. this is where much of our coverage will be from and the great stuff coming from this area. the parade route has been set and is using to the left you can see what great seats our booth has. these are the grandstands and you can that tonight will be prime real estate for parade viewing. each but was told out by hand from the warehouse and spread with a veneer to get ready for the elements. -- protected from the elements. the floats are elaborate and beautiful. and they'll be organized and brought here to the parade starting area. that will happen around 10:30 this morning. the countdown will be on.
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>> we're excited. i'm very happy with how every float came out. i'm proud of my team. we did some good work this year and i'm happy with what we have to >> reporter: the parade will get underway in a few hours but the festivities are already underway. last night we had the coronation ball for miss chinatown usa. that is 23-year-old stephanie wong from millbrae. ucla graduate and now works at oracle. you can see here and all the contestant at the parade tonight. the parade starts at 5 to 15. our coverage starts at 5 pm with a special show and parade coverage at 6 pm on channel 2. will also be rebroadcasting the special show tonight at 9 pm on kic you., and watch the parade and then to be go on home and watch yourself watching the parade good times to be had.
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>> this is the first year i will be on the cable car. i'm excited. -- my -- i feel the same way. >> we can all sit together. no matter what rain or shine they are packed 10 or 15 jeep because there's nothing like it's. everyone from local to tourist have a great time. we're talking about line dances because they come -- help welcome in the new year. lyons are a symbol of power and wisdom and good fortune and are considered additional can bring good luck. in many cases these lion dances are a family affair. >> 21 years. >> this is life.
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>> this is my second family. >> i have a large family. wong family the family. i used to have and thousand people. >> as part of the tradition lyons help welcome in the new year in the dance is a craft that takes years to learn and that he passed on from generation to generation. of course you can watch the chinese new year parade tonight here on ktvu our coverage starts with the 5:00 news and i strictly into our live coverage coverage -- at 6. donald trump has a new target. >> what i think you to do is boycott apple. the controversy behind that stirring statement. police chief greg suhr is here to talk with us.
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we will talk about what you can expect at today's parade. your safety is top concern and we have some explanation of a few of the chinese new year customs.
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it's a third week of the month which means greg suhr is joining us once again. thank you for coming in. >> good morning. >> tonight chinese new year parade. lots of security involved >> yes. it's easily our biggest
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nighttime event with the parade. we get upwards of 1 million people. it's a huge family event so please come. we have a great security plan that the organizers have their own security as well. it should be a great event. >> this is coming after super bowl 50. that was a huge enormous event. and we had no serious problems did we? >> it was great. i don't know if it's because we didn't have you guys on cable cars but it was perfect. it showcased the city. all the partnerships and the plan was great. we cannot say enough about our local state and federal partners that we work with i really think it was a great 10 days in san francisco and we're reaping the benefits from people coming to see it for them cells in the next few months. >> of people i spoke with were saying it did an excellent job for super bowl 50.
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and they felt very safe. >> i have to think the people that came. they made a huge point of that were out that they really appreciated the security and help cordial and patients the officers were and it was a back locations everyone had with traffic and crowds. again i think at the end of the day it could not have gone better. >> let's talk briefly about the toryism incident that happened from st mary's cathedral a tourist was stabbed in ahead. with the latest on that? >> it's a horrible tragedy our thoughts and prayers to the victim and his family. he's very serious. it was a robbery and the victim appears to have struggled to keep his property. it's never okay to say let it go but certainly if anyone falls victim to a robbery please just let your stuff go. it's not worth the physical injury that could occur.
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we will do everything we can to get the person and get back. in the meantime investigation is ongoing we're pulling video and have some it's not great but hope to get the person responsible and meantime our thoughts and prayers go to the victim and his family >> if anyone saw anything please call police. >> and don't discount anything. don't think i don't think it's this or that. you don't know how that these -- piece might fit into the overall puzzle. >> this comes after double homicide. many people were upset about that and those people as well were terrorists. is there anything new in that one. next >> totally separate unrelated to the other events. a suspect is in custody and appears that he knew at least one member of the group. the officers did a great job chasing down. putting him in richmond and we work regionally with richmond pd to get him into custody. short of it not happening at
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all the person responsible is in custody and has been charged with a double homicide. >> what you say -- one of the supervisors was saying we need more police officers because the city has grown so much. has population a good indicator of how we should be staffing police department? to have enough officers and resources? >> we certainly don't have enough police officers. we're short of the charter mandated in 1971 with a 300 officers below that my entire time as chief which is five years. we need to get to the charter mandated number. and then certainly if the elected in the city want to look at help more than that i think publishing will be a factor but there will be many factors of what is the right amount. >> they are doing the best of you can with the resources we have to >> i have the best cops in the world. to solve it homicide in 36 hours while we were doing the
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super bowl ii weeks earlier and then to catch the orange county suspect during the super bowl, they are out there and keeping the city safe. i'm lucky to be chief >> san francisco's finest. >> thank you for joining us. good morning. we're waking up to a cooler start with some patchy fog. we're looking at some rainfall amounts that added up to about 1/4 inch for some and half-inch for others. san jose did not get much. but again we have a little rain move through the area yesterday hayward had more than .1 inch. you get into helzberg and almost half-inch there. not so bad. we knew it was a weak system
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and to get anything at all out of it was incredible. here's what we have now. partly cloudy skies for the entire day. temperatures will be on the cool side for the second part of the weekend. outside outdoors it's very chilly for some. 37 in santa rosa. 36 napa. we also have some patchy fog especially over portions of the north bay. take it easy if you have an early morning drive. 49 san jose san francisco 46. this afternoon it will feel good. a bit on the cool side but not bad. partly cloudy skies with high temperatures low 60s this afternoon.
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in the south bay low 60s. and for the coast 60 with partly cloudy skies for pacifica. if you're going out to the chinese new year parade we will see you there temperatures in the 50s. mid to upper 50s as it begins and low 50s around 8 pm. sunday afternoon 70 degrees in the forecast. mid-70s monday. temperatures slide in touch tuesday and the said the forecast has no rain. just as spring training begins for giants and the 80s each team is dealing with heavy hearts. the giants are mourning the loss of former player coach and
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mentor to be devonport he died of heart failure thursday night. he spent 51 years with a franchise was all-star "basement . former teammate said he was a down. and a friend. >> he was maybe the best friend picky was a tremendous player. >> the team called devonport a wonderful spirit and a great giant. to be devonport was 82. oakland a's also lost a more popular player in team history. 20 phillips help them beat the giants to win the world series in 1989. he played 18 years in the big leagues half of them with the athletics. he 160 home runs in his career. former teammate and managers say they are in shock over his death. he looked healthy and was always full of life. he died of an apparent heart attack at the age of 56. a bizarre attack in san
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francisco with robbers stealing from the victim's mouth. what they took coming up. union square in san francisco. chinese new year parade celebration will be underway this evening. don't forget you can watch the parade from the comfort of your own home our coverage starts at 5 pm and you're invited to join us on the square.
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us in physical police are asking for your help to find the men on surveillance video robbing a walgreens pharmacy friday night. the men wore a hoodie and had a mask over his mouth. he walked up to the pharmacy and showed his gun and then hand over a note with his demands. >> he said i want your hoxie and sentinel and xanax. the one reads a letter and sees the gun and complies. >> the drugs are worth about $7000. police also searching for men who assaulted another man and stole his gold teeth and his cell phone. it happened thursday afternoon in california and kearny street in the financial district the punched and kicked the victim he was taken to the hospital with injuries to his eye and knee. he will be okay. americans are to be a violent's predator will be released soon even
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though he has no permanent place to go. a judge ordered robert bates to be released by march 21 but with 24 hours supervision. no permanent home was found for him after a seven-month long search tuesday at five to do tells for four days at a time. exact locations were not released. he was convicted of three sex offenses against boys ranging from six years old to 15 years old. home security is going high- tech. before now people who left the country were rarely checked as they walked into mexico or canada. now for the first time homeland security is using diametric technology to check identities at a border crossing near san diego. it's using machines that can scan eyes and facial features. the machines are part of a test the crackdown on use of fraudulent documents and to track people who stay in the us with expired visas.
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and more than one hour final practice runs begin for the daytona 500. it's known as the super bowl of nascar. the vallejo native has retired and will call the race as a fox in a list because the daytona 500 is coming, we have this. we are giving one lucky viewer a chance to win this primitive daytona 500 nascar driver helmet. it's autographed by jeff gordon. to ensure go to keep the view facebook page and click on the content link to fill out the entry form and yours will be accepted until 11 that 59 february 21. you got to be at least 13 years old and illegal california resident to enter. >> as approximate i of $600 and provided by fox broadcasting
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company. one winner will be selected by random drawing on february 22 >> complete rules and the online entry form are on our facebook page. good luck in the daytona five -- daytona 500 airs tomorrow morning at 9 am. can't wait. coming up we're following a developing story out of south bay. the search for the missing sonoma attorney was called off but we know why.
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all eyes are in washington dc this morning as people
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gathered to pay their final respects to justice antonin scalia spoke with the latest live from washington. we're sticking -- any ready for tonight's chinese new year's parade. welcome to mornings on 2. they give for joining us. -- thank you for joining us. >> people around the country continue to mourn the loss of supreme court justice antonin scalia. we have a live look from inside the basilica where father paul scalia, justice's own son and a catholic priest is delivering mass. >> the mass is then going to be followed by a private burial with his immediate family. megan dice has more. >> reporter: this is the final farewell in a weekend long morning for the justice. the justices visited was held at the supreme court over 3000 people in attendance. including the president and the
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first lady. father paul scalia provide traditional prayers at a private ceremony held at the supreme court yesterday. these casket lay in an area where president lincoln laid before him after his assassination. his clerks took 30 minute turns through the night stand by his casket until his body was taken from the supreme court. he an associate justice of the supreme court for 1986 until february 13 when he died in texas at the age of 79. he was appointed by ronald reagan. the white house said vice president biden and his wife will be in attendance today the president will not be sending security. the service technically open to the public but they are reserving it for friends and family. turning to the race for the white house polls are open now in south carolina for the gop primary. there are six candidates on the balance. the top three according to an average of recent polls is donald trump with 32% followed
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by senators ted cruz and marco rubio both around 18%. the most recent polls say trump's lead is shrinking with both ted cruz and marco rubio gaining ground. after his public fight with the pope the billionaire is taking on apple mac. he blasted the company for not helping the federal government break into the phone of the suspected shooter in the san bernardino shooting >> i think you should boycott apple. boycott apple. >> it's easy to say make america great again. that's easy to say. you can even put it on a baseball cap. but the question is do you understand what it was made america great in the first place. >> south carolina is a key set for republicans. the winner of the primary there has gone on to become the party nominee every time but once in the last 36 years. in nevada
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hillary clinton and bernie sanders are neck and neck in the polls. an average of recent polls shows clinton 48.7% and bernie sanders at 46.3%. experts say this comes down to quentin's ground game versus the sanders momentum. the latino vote could be the difference they make up 30% of the state population immigration reform has been a key topic. >> republicans will see the error of their ways and quit using immigrants to divide our country and quit taking the kind of mean-spirited actions that they do. >> will reach out to working families and middle-class and say if you are interested in transforming america, we will need your help. >> the conflict began in nevada in three hours. quintin -- clinton is coming to the bay area tomorrow for fundraisers in menlo park atherton and piedmont. the weather will be good in both states. that means good things for voter turnout our
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weather will be good as well. >> you had a great forecast for us. >> we have rain yesterday but today we are dry. patchy fog this morning and it's quiet in areas like texas as well as south carolina. we have partly cloudy skies. patchy dense fog lingering over portions of the north bay. the darker shade of gray indicates where it is thicker. napa has visibility under 1/4 mile. please be careful if you're out early. for most of us partly cloudy skies and could visibility. chilly this morning. 42 in fairfield 41 concord 46 oakland. upper 30s santa rosa and better
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than we started out at 7 am. but still quite cool. in the east bay 40 degrees. 46 in antioch. partly cloudy skies with low 60s in the forecast. and warming trend coming up. we are hours away from san francisco's chinese new year parade. thousands of people will soon the lining the streets to celebrate the year of the monkey and to watch the parade. >> it was its way through the city streets. you can also watch the parade here on ktvu christien kafton is in sentences go. already staking out his seats in the grandstand. final preparations underway. i will be out tonight. proceeds are always packed. >> that's why i'm sitting here. there's a benefit to getting your early.
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-- here early. a lot of excitement out here already. people are asking what time the parade starts. and as you said these are the best seats in the house. this will be prime real estate for parade viewing. the festivities for chinese new year already got underway last night. it was the coronation and ball for miss chinatown usa. she is 23-year-old stephanie wong from here in millbrae. she's a ucla graduate who works at oracle. >> it's an incredible honor is something i've looked forward to since i was a little girl. i never found the time and opportunity until this year i think it's great because it's the year of the monkey and i am year of the monkey. it worked out really well. >> reporter: each float was
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told out by hand from the warehouse and spread with the near to prep for the elements case was any rain in a matter of hours the floats be organized and brought out to the print starting point and that will happen around 10:30 this morning. they will end up in the proper order and in the countdown will be on. the parade starts at five that 15. -- 5:15. complete coverage on your starting at 6 pm with a rebroadcast after that. you might want get out your phones and cameras. i already have my out getting ready to take lots of pictures. >> are you taking picture of the route or yourself? >> reporter: i'm going to post it later.
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i was shooting video of our live report and jacob city on the street getting these great shots. it's going to be -- these are going to be great seats today. get out your early and if you can't make it out wanted on ktvu. you can watch the chinese new year parade tonight here on ktvu the cover starts with the 5 pm news and we direct into our live parade coverage at 6. san jose police are investigating a deadly stabbing that happened outside a bar. there's video posted to social media that shows the scene. it was in front of the elegant pub on south white wrote. just before 1 am one man was killed and another was injured after getting stabbed. the second victim is expected to survive. the suspect or suspects are still on the loose. this is the city's second homicide of the year at this time last year there were only
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4. a shooting in vallejo left one person dead and three injured including a child. police are trying to find those responsible. someone drove up to a home in south vallejo around 3:30 yesterday afternoon and opened fire. two victims were working on the car in the driveway and the other victims a woman and your child for inside the house. a bullet grazed the child's face. >> i was coming back from the store and i heard six gunshots. >> one of the victims is in serious condition and the other to make including the child are expected to be okay. police are related. the suspects are on the loose and witnesses told that they saw three men dressed in black racing from the scene in a burgundy are red hyundai sonata. police believe san jose woman who went missing last weekend was murdered. the five start searching for her body this morning. stacy aguilar was last seen at
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a party near silver avenue and jackson street in hayward saturday night. family reported her missing monday. police received information that leads them to believe she was in fact killed. so far no arrests have been made anyone with information is asked to call hayward police. one person is in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car in richmond. it happened about 7 pm as the person was crossing the street. he was airlifted to the hospital in critical condition the driver stopped and cooperated and they don't believe alcohol or drugs played a role. could confidential lease records be made public? a proposal that would allow people to learn more about their cases. many are bracing for the worst as cyclone winston tears through the pacific southwest.
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welcome back. a live look outdoors. we have some patchy dense fog and lingering moisture. we have is cool temperatures but they begin to rebound. full
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forecast coming up. this new development in the search for a prominent sonoma county attorney disappeared a week ago. they found the note left behind by 56 rolled stephen mitchell that made it clear he wanted to take his own life. they spotted his car last weekend. he divided the county in a civil suit, the parents of andy lopez. he was shot and killed by a deputy who mistook lopez replica gun for everyone. police records could be made public if a new bill becomes law. mark leno wants to until the bill the allow the public to access records related to the same charges of serious misconduct or could lead to serious use of force. but the bill also says records can be withheld from the public if a judge determines the privacy outweighs public interest. hills the will restore public trust in law enforcement.
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>> if we can agree that law enforcement business is the public's business then greater transparency and accountability will benefit both. >> the increasing law enforcement transparency bill would also allow people who file a complaint accusing officer of misconduct to learn more about their case for things such as if the complaint was sustained or what an investigation has uncovered and if the officer faced any corrective action. the family of gavin buchanan the boy from venetia was killed along with his parents in september is holding a fundraiser in his memory. he was born with a passion for police canines and became an ambassador for them. >> is fundraiser is for the benicia police department k-9 unit. in honor of gavin. joining us is we have the organizer of the fundraiser. >> good morning. they give for having us. >> tell us about gavin's
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passion. there's been stories about how used to give his allowance for the canines. this was always something for him that he cared about. >> yes. in this very store we are standing in when he was five he had seen something on the news and he quickly gathered up all of his savings literally everything he had from birthday money to allowance money. he had his dad change out so a nice $100 bill and came down to the store and donated. he caused quite an emotional stir. because it was a five-year-old giving everything he owned to the police canines. >> everyone remembers gavin. how much money are you hoping to raise? what is your target goal? >> our target goal is about $2000.
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we have a few ways we're doing it. were having the dog walkathon which is exciting. we have deputies to come down and purchased a token and wash your dog and cat food express self-service station we have the opportunity to do some custom pet collars and any and all cash donations are welcome. any pet food express across the bay area if you walk in want to donate today will be able to take your money and it will come straight to this fundraiser. >> it sounds amazing. different ways for people to help out. in terms of what you want to know this is the gavin buchanan memorial fund. we're sorry for the family and friends and everyone who suffered this great loss. what you want people to know about the fund and was your message? >> really it's about giving. a five-year-old gave everything he had because he had a passion for the protection of k-9 law enforcement. what we want is for people to be inspired.
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the want them to be inspired to give to our foundation but be inspired to give. he was a kid who gave everything. i think that's the message. it's about giving and the inspiration. pick your passion and be inspired by gavin and give. >> he gave everything. we can give a little. take you for joining us. let's turn now to rosemary for a look at the forecast. >> great job rosemary. you work this out perfectly. we got some rain and snow and now we have clear skies for tonight's parade bring your jacket. we will be in the 50s not bad for february but cool into the second part of your evening. outside our doors in the wake of the storm we have some
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lingering moisture and so patchy dense fog reported in some areas. temperatures are cool. upper 30s to upper 40s right now. san francisco 47. livermore 45 and san jose 50. temperatures are beginning to rebound to the second part of your morning. a lot of low 60s in the forecast today. into sunday upper 60s near 70 for our warm spot. monday looks to be one of the warmest. we have a warming trend coming our way. today partly cloudy went will not be too strong. they could be breezy but no advisories in place. upper 50s to near 60 and then hangout the low 60s. sunset is around 5:50. the days are getting longer.
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63 degrees in oakland today. city to concord. along the peninsula 62 san mateo and set south bay as well. 64 expected for morgan hill. we're looking at partly cloudy skies into the evening. san francisco upper 50s at 5 pm and then low 50s 8 pm. here's the extended forecast. we have the polar plunge and festivities going on in chinatown. ahead of the parade for tonight. again nice and mild. and then we turn warm next week. even wednesday 70s in the forecast. there's no rain in the forecast until maybe friday.
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we are monitoring a developing weather story in the south pacific. check out this footage posted on social media. frightening the most powerful storm on record in the southern hemisphere is picking up strength over open water and made landfall in fiji. at one point wind gusts were 224 miles per hour. heavy flooding and damaging winds are expected to the popular tourist island . flights in and out a fiji have been canceled and the government has opened emergency evacuation centers. serious doubts over the inland will remain in the european union. prime minister david cameron announced a referendum on june 23 at the other rare saturday
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camp meeting. the uk would be safer and stronger it stays in the 28 nation bloc. but some members of the conservative party want to leave the eu there concerned about the autonomy of member nations and do not want to fund welfare payments to migrants from other eu countries. up next there is a job fair being held at the minor league team today. if you put you on the frontlines. in federal video showing a hero saving a dog's life.
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a help wanted sign at the giants minor-league stadium in san jose. it's hosting's annual job fair from 9:30 until 12:30.
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positions include concessionaires ticket takers ushers and grounds crew. the san jose giants say the jobs are limited and if you did not apply online by last night, the team will only accept 50 walk up candidates. warriors are promising fans team will play better tonight against los angeles clippers. the record run screeched to a halt last night in portland against the trailblazers. the trailblazers jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. damian lillard grew up in oakland had the hot hand. scored a career-high 51 points. they stuff the warriors 137-105. some players took to twitter after the game to react to the rare loss.
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they said will be better tomorrow. and then an injured player saying short memory could turnarounds. even the portland fans hit half- court shot. this is the mood. oakland tech graduates made it to the nfl will team up with the stars of the new movie eddie the eagle today in oakland. the movie starring hugh jackman is the start of a british ski jumper who made it to the olympics. the actors in the film will be in oakland tech today along with former seattle seahawks running back marshawn lynch and buffalo bills quarterback josh johnson. they participate in a special program for students from lynch and johnson's fan first foundation
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a missouri man is being called hero for rescuing a dog after its lease got caught in a moving elevator. it was caught on video. getting lifted off the ground as the elevator went out. the man's worker so what happened and rescued the dog just in time. using to break the leash and save the dog. the average not realize the dog did not get onto the elevator. the dog was not hurt and is now back with the owner. >> thank you the dog is okay. the weather is not a shocker. >> it's going to be nice. temperatures cool to mild low 60s. look at the warming trend. into next week. dry conditions. thank you for joining us. we're always on ktvu.com.
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join us for the pray tonight. -- parade tonight.
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>> as selection sunday draws near, the drive to separate from the pack grows stronger. today for two top ten teams, the road to march gets no easier. xavier is hoping history doesn't repeat itself. >> georgetown upsets the number 5 musketeers. >> now the musketeers again put their top ten ranking on the line as they travel to georgetown for another classic matchup. >> you better strap it on when you play a georgetown team. there's no in between. >> later, top ranked villanova continues their quest for another big east crown. >> villanova

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