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overnight for a robber on the loose. we'll tell you about the last tip authorities received about his whereabouts. plus, president trump meeting with the british prime minister today. more on what they will talk about as he tries to strengthen ties with one country while worsening with mexico. mornings on two starts now. good morning, what a beautiful sunrise over the bay this morning. very colorful and nice. it is an indication of a very nice weekend ahead. thank you for joining us here on mornings on two. it's friday january 27th. >> that's a great way to start a friday morning. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk more about our weather. . >> i think that said it all right there. >> a nice friday and a better weekend as temperatures slowly begin to warm up pushing upper 40s today. if you're heading to the mountains you're good to go.
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no restrictions on 50 or 80. watch out for an avalanche. this is getting cold, fair skies and low temps on the mountains. truckee was four below this morning. each day will be warmer. you don't have to were ri about anything. if you haven't heard by now, after three solid weeks of rain our exceptional drought is long gone. only a bit of a extreme in santa bash. rbara. one wet year could be followed by a dry year. higher clouds with us for a nize sunrise and clouds in the sierra -- -- nice. this will clear out rapidly. 30s and 40s on your temps. colder this morning on the peninsula. stanfo is in there and wood side, your friday morning traffic. you can see these clouds but they will be out of here and we can show high pressure right there.
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as it builds in it says "i don't think so" to this next system. it's gone mostly sunny today and warmer as we go into the weekend with low to mid 60s. all right, good morning, we can see traffic is moving along well if you're driving on the bay bridge approaching there. no major problems. it's back up as it normally is. we'll take that, 15-minute delay or so before you make your way out to the bridge which is typical. people want to know it's okay. this is a look at 880 northbound and you can see it's already some slowing happening. this morning's commute in the east bay, i think you will like this. from hayward to fremont as we move to the south bay, some slowing but definitely looks before than normal. developing news in the santa cruz mountains where there's a manhunt for a bank
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robber on the run. last night he may have threatened a woman with a knife. authorities believe he was seen los delavagos area. >> reporter: this man was last seen in on locust drive and they told people in the area they needed to secure their homes.  it's unknown where this man is hiding at this hour. authorities spent the night looking in the los gados area. the latest update is they received a 911 call at 10:00 last night from a man who says a man broke into her home on locust drive and held a knife toher. the suspect took off in the woman's van and dumped it. investigators believe the man is the bank robber. this is the only picture we have of the man. his face is completely covered
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in a mask. the manhunt started after he robbed a bank of america yesterday morning and then sped off in a white chrysler on highway 17. he crashed it trying to elude police. a scotts valley police officer opened fire at the robber near the redwood estates area but it's unknown if he was hit. the thief then ran off into the woods after that. >> i saw him run across. >> i saw him wearing completely black. he just ran away. i didn't see his face or anything but he had a blackout fit. >> reporter: authorities searched for the robber and people in the redwood estates area were told to stay indoors. highway 17 was closed for nine hours but finally reopened at 8:00 last night and that's a welcome relief. highway 17 has been plagued with mud slides and downed trees because of the recent rains. we are supposed to get an update from the sheriff's office sometime in the 8:00- hour. there are reports that the
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suspect may have changed clothes. we're hearing he may have a green beanny on and wearing a tale san jose shark shirt. we're hoping to have more information later in the morning. if you see anything suspicious here in the santa cruise mountains you're asked to call 911 -- santa cruz. new this morning, interstate 580 in dublin is open again in time for this friday morning commute after being shut down for hours because of a big rig crash. these are live pictures. look how the traffic is moving. westbound lanes reopened earlier this morning almost 11 hours after they were first shut down. at 6:00 last night at the worst time of the evening commute, there was a big rig crash that collided with at least one and maybe several cars on inter interstate 580 east of 680. part of the big rig bursted into flames and blocked the
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westbound lanes. no word of injuries but there were a lot of very angry and frustrated drivers who waited for hours for the chp to reopen one westbound lane of 580. time is 7:06. criminal proceeding against a woman charged in a brutal killing have been suspended now. a judge hearing the case against laura rogers ordered she be examined to determine if she's competent enough to stand trial. rogers and her boyfriend are accused of luring the woman to a park in east oakland last november. that's where she was stabbed, beaten and set on fire. taylor is expected to enter a plea next month. mrs. rogers is due back in court in march. both are being held without bail. president trump hosts his first world leader later at white house. teresa may arrived as both
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countries are going through major transitions right now. doug luzader live in washington with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, we'll see what kind of relationship we see emerge here between donald trump and the uk prime minister teresa may. one thing is clear -- both of these leaders are looking at changing the way their countries relate to the rest of the world. donald trump absolutes and walks up the stairs of air force one, his first time as commander in chief still getting used to the new ride. >> beautiful, great plane. really beautiful. >> but this tool of internags diplomacy will carry trump into a world that is quickly realigning, something that becomes clear today who is sheparding her own country through exiting negotiations. she spoke ahead of today's visit. >> because of that great victory you have won america can be stronger, greater and
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more confident in the years ahead. >> while the u.s. and uk's relationship may strengthen, u.s. ties to mexico are getting worse. the president cancelled the u.s. visit next week because trump is moving forward on a border wall. >> people want protection. >> how will he pay for it? the white house floating the idea of a border tax. that may go over with a thud with many free market republicans in congress to say nothing of democrats. >> trump's visit to philadelphia yesterday led to large protests. the march of life later today. mike pence will become the highest rank administration official to ever attend. . >> one thing is clear. march for life organizers in the pro-lifers in general see their fortunes changing a great
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deal now with this change in administrations. look for donald trump to spend a lot of time talking about trade and not just with the uk and mexico but really with the entire world, especially when it comes to manufacturing facilities and whether those located here in the united states or elsewhere. back to you guys. >> certainly a lot to cover. the city of miami is complying with president trump to end sanctuary cities. the mayor signed a memorandum undoing the county status as an immigrant sanctuary. protestors took to the streets in response. . meantime the sacramento reports democratic state lawmakers in sacramento plan to introduce a package of bills that would make california a sanctuary state. the legislation would restrict state and local law enforcement agencies from helping federal immigration agencies across the entire state. this week the mayors of san
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francisco, oakland and berkley vowed to remain sanctuary cities despite the threat of lawsuits and federal funds. an incident yesterday in san francisco involving immigration agents is creating fear and anger. ice agents searching for a convicted sex offender went to a family resource center that includes a preschool in the mission district by a mistake. the address for the fugitive they were looking for was actually next door whchlt the agents went next door the man they were looking for was not there. they left without making any arrests. our time is 7:10. imagine paying more for certain foods and alcohol. how a border tax proposed by donald trump may end up costing us all more money. beer and the super bowl, how it involves sam adams and the atlanta falcons. a lot of slow traffic out there. seems to be better as the sun
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comes up at the bay bridge. pretty cold, this weekend we're looking at low to mid 60s so you might be inclined to tap a little brew. that's true. more coming up on this friday. ?q
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good morning, there's the opening bell ringing 45 minutes ago there on wall street to start off the trading day. we want to give you the numbers quickly. the dow jones is up a bit, basically flat to 20,000. the nasdaq and snp 500 are dropping a bit. slightly disappointing news coming in this morning. the u.s. economy grew only 1% last year. that's the weakest pace since 2011. the markets watching the latest
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development with trump regarding trade with mexico that can certainly hurt a lot of products coming in. a 20% tariff is being discussed there. we'll continue to watch the market. there's a new development in the volkswagon emissions scandal. german prosecutors now have evidence that the auto makers former ceo had knowledge about the cheating earlier than he first claimed. he stepped down in september september 2015 just days after the scandal became public. at that time, the vw executive said he was not aware of wrong doing by the company. we have a super bowl controversy brewing involving sam adams beer. a fan has removed sam dam adams in response by a column who belittled the atlanta football team. the founder and brewer says he
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is not bothered by what the store owner did but some beer drinkers are upset. >> that's really rude. i don't understand. this beer is delicious and it shouldn't be banned ever. >> i love everybody that carries sam adams. but i'm forgiving of the exxon station in gainesville, georgia that is going to put sam adams aside for a week. god love him. >> that store owner normally sells about 86 packs of sam adams every week and he says he will start selling it again after the super bowl. remember you can watch super the intoupd right here on ktvu fox two sunday february 5 -- -- super bowl li. the man with the muscles and bald head is making his super bowl debut next week. yesterday five actors portraying the famous mr. clean showed off their stuff in times
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square posing for the camera and doing a little cleaning. had a few hot dogs and tossed around a football. mr. clean has declared himself the ficial cleaner of sur bowl li. a 30 second ad wi be broadcast during the third quarter of the super bowl. are you one of those people late to work or always on time? career builder has released studies that show 29 percent of workers are late to work at least once a month. 16% say they're late at least once a week. both numbers are up from last year. bosses may not care, more showing a leniency to tardiness saying it's all about overall productivity, not hours logged. >> if you get your job done, you get your job done. escape especially when you get caught in traffic. >> sometimes people -- we were
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talking about this yesterday -- when people rely on bart for example and the train breaks down or something. >> what do you do? >> yeah. especially if the delays are serious. let's take a look at the commute now. highway 24 westbound, you can see the traffic is moderate. someone asked me the general tenor of the commute and i think it's lighter than the other four days of the week. if you drive every day you may notice it. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is filled in. 15-minute delay but no problems on the bridge. you will notice it in the silicon valley commute. there's slow traffic there this morning on 101 and 280 but not as filled in and that's good if you're trying to get to your job in the west valley. thank you, sal. here we go. happy friday everybody. if you're heading to the
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mountains -- hold on a minute -- he is advising people that there's a lot of snow, especially around truckee so be careful, maybe at night the side roads. 80 and 50 look good here. no winter weather advisories are anything. it's cold though. it was four below in truckee and lows in the lake tahoe in the single digits. they will come up a bit each day. everything is all set here for a nice weekend. mostly sunny, a band of high clouds and mostly as far as high crowds in the morning, not much in the afternoon. to rain. he said no rain this weekend. warmer in the 60s. next rain will be next thursday february 2nd. you can see the air flow out of the north bringing this band of high clouds and a nice sunrise opportunity, not as nice as yesterday. a few high clouds up in the sierras. 30s and 40s, 34 in santa clara. 33 in morgan hill.
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also boulder creek, 30 degrees. mid 30s around the mix and it's one or one blow in truckee. -- -- below. 38 in phoenix. 30 in tucson. las vegas at 37 degrees. that's cold up there. it all started in a little station in bakersfield, california. from there it was a hop, skip and jump to number one on the charts. and number one in your hearts. high pressure is our fair weather friend. no rain, that takes us into the weekend mostly sunny and warmer weather with mid 60s possible by sunday and monday. although the pacific remains active and i'll tell you the upper air features are all over the map. a lot going on for february. we'll see how it develops but it does look like early february rain coming back in the picture. not until probably late tuesday
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and wednesday and then thursday -- i know this isn't tremendous but it does need to be watched. the last thing we need is ant another very wet month which would be rare. when it's a rain year, ts a rain year and this is rain year. temperatures look good. get out and enjoy mid 60s on sunday and monday. thank you, steve. time is 7:20. a dramatic rescue in southern california. up next, how three hikers stayed alive when they were caught in an avalanche at mount balding.
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welcome back. a bir to be alive. an avalanche dragged them down a mount. three hikers were walking on unstable snow right before the ground gave way. a rescue helicopter from the san bernardino fire department was able to find the hikers, take them to safety. one hiker crawled through the snow until he found cell phone service then called 911 for help. while two of the hikers were not hurt, a third hiker was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. the rain and snow we have had is really done a lot of good. half of california is no longer dealing with a drought. the u.s. drought monitor says severe or extreme drought only
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exists in 51% of the state. on the left you see drought levels this time last year on the right you see where they're still dealing with drought conditions this week. very little. officials say only 3% of the state remains in extreme drought. mainly around santa barbara county. most of the state is better off than it was a month ago, governor brown says he's not ready to declare the drought over yet. former president george h.w. bush could return home from the hospital this weekend. doctors say america's 41st president continues to recover from his recent bought with pneumonia. it's possible they could send him home as early as tonight. he was rushed to the intensive care of houston methodist hospital two weeks ago. former first lady barbara bush was admitted that day with bronchitis. she was released from the hospital earlier this week. sonoma couy animal shelter has resumed adoption.
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no suspended adoptions tuesday and wednesday because of the outbreak. the shelter had to euthanize six dogs that tested positive for the virus. they started earlier this week when four infected puppies came into the shelter. the shelter has now been cleaned a number of times with disinfecting agents. every dog was administered a booster shot for parvo as an extra precaution. human cells mixed with a pig's -- scientists conducted an experiment in which they grew human cells inside pig embryos. this is an early step of growing human organs in animals to transplant into people. scientists say the ability to grow human organs is still far away and there's ethical concerns about creating a human animal hybrid. new video of a baby i know you will love. it's a baby hippo at the
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cincinnati zoo. he's born premature. she needs 24 hour attention until she gains more strength. zoo coopers want her to build up muscle so she has to spend a lot of time in the pool which helps her body stay at the right temperature. very cute. . it's 7:26 homeless counts across the bay area, the information volunteers are looking for and why. we would tell you how trump's pro posed border wall could affect american consumers. a beautiful looking weekend is on the weather menu. an update on your temps and when the next rain might develop. ?q
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that is a golden shot over the bay bridge this morning. take a look at the screen if you're busy getting ready for work. take a moment and look at the beautiful sunrise. >> that's a postcard. >> that's nice. one of the reasons why we all love moving here, right? if you have commute at least you get to enjoy the view driving across the breeze. i'm pam cook, good morning. >> i'm dave clark, let's talk
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more about the weather. steve? >> it's turning out to be a nice morning here. temperatures are warming up. first off, let's take care of business here. mike sullivan said it's weather then traffic. thank you, mike, i appreciate that. money has been sent to your papal account. -- -- paypal. no restrictions on 50 and 80 but beb advised there's snow in side roads in truckee. winter weather is very cold in the morning, below 0 or single digits. out of the north we go as far as the direction taking this system and washing it out. 30s and 40s on your temps. 50 is the warmest we have seen in a while. 34 in petaluma. a lot more 40s including glenn allen and most of marin county. there are some 30s but once the
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system clears out, the signature of the high pressure ridge is going to send this next system well to the north the storm track and jet stream stays out ofhe picture through the weekend. won't show up until next wednesday or thursday. warmer weather with low to mid 60s over the weekend. today it's mid to upper 40s. what would you like to start with? >> tell matt i can think of an offer he can't refuse. >> there you go. >> all right. let's see if i can get the east shore freeway up. the east shore freeway hasn't been that bad. the morning commute hasn't been that bad. as a matter of fact, the traffic is going to be okay here on the east shore freeway. 31 minute drooi as you drive from the cartinez bridge -- -- drive. it's not bad for this time of morning. the traffic is slow but for the most part, it hasn't been all that bad getting to the bay bridge toll plaza. when you get to the plaza, it's backed up for a 15 minute
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delay. i want to remind you westbound 37 is still shut down between highway 101 and eastbound is open. but the traffic has been busy in this area and i just want to remind you that traffic on 101 southbound is slow from about 37 down to central san rafael. look at 680, not too bad to the walnut creek interchange. just a little bit lighter. not sunday morning light but it is looking better. 7:32 back to the desk. as we have been telling you president trump later today will host his first world leader at the white house. british prime minister is meeting with president trump and then they're holding a joint news conference. in the meantime, the meeting had planned with another world leader, the president of mexico scheduled for next week has been cancelled. the president of mexico decided not to come to the meeting after president trump continued talk of forcing mexico to pay
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for a wall between the united states and mexico. yesterday the trump administration said one idea to pay for the wall would be to impose a 20% tax on imports from mexico. that may end up hitting americans in the wallet. christian captain in the oakland area where produce sellers are warning the tariff may cost us more at the supermarket. >> reporter: we're here at oakland terminal produce market. a lot of workers prepare for the produce for distribution. a lot of it made in mexico so folks here are keeping a close eye on washington, the president and department of commerce to see how it could affect imports from mexico. mexico sent 295 billion dollars $295 billion worth of goods into the u.s. last year with
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imports topping $21 billion st year. some exists are saying a strong u.s. dollar would minimize pain u.s. shoppers feel but that mexican industry could pass along the cost of the 20% tariff increase in the form of increase priced on mexican made goods and imports. bhoel sailers here are saying cost could be passed down the line to the consumer -- -- wholesalers. >> it wouldn't effect me. the 20% is added on to the consumer. we just charge 20% more on the customer. then ultimately i think the consumer pays the 20%. >> reporter: the big expert from mexico is automobile and machinery and medical supplies. some economists are warning a strong increase on mexican imports could set off a trade war and lead mexico to levy similar increases on american experts increasing the cost of goods for consumers on both
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sides of the border. so they are warning again that the very likely possibility is if there's a tariff increase that u.s. consumers could wind up being the ones who pay for it. >> wow, okay christian captain in oakland, thank you. today our question to you is what do you think of the plan to impose a 20% tax on mexican imports to fund the wall? let us know what you think by posting a comment on our facebook page. you can tweet us with the tash tag "ktvu". we'll read your responses throughout the morning -- -- hash tag. protests groups in the area are making sure their voices are heard. >> long live international solidarity. >> trrp demonstrations yesterday on both sides of the bay. hundreds of people are gathered outside the federal building in
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san francisco protesting the president's executive action advancing the dakota access pipelines. the administration is endangering the environment and taking sides with big oil companies. >> we have laws against this type of conflict of interest between the president of the united states and members of the administration and laws and policies they have passed. >> the crowd marks a short distance and briefly blocked an intersection. guards from homeland security as well as san francisco police were there but no problems reported. people in fremont held a rally to protest the recent executive orders on immigration. the theme of last night's prayer rally is "we are one no matter what race or religion". organizers plan to hold more demonstrations and also urging people to contact local and state lawmakers and let their feelings be known.
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the trump administration is cancelling the advertising to promote health insurance sign ups under the affordable care act just days before the 2017 open enrollment deadline. the department of health and human services plan to run adds reminding people of the january 31st deadline. former obama administration officials accused the new administration of sabotage. they say research shows the last week of open enrollment tends to be when young, healthy people sign up which is crucial to keeping down the costs. despite opposition, uc berkley plans to allow a controversial conservative journalist to speak next week at an event organized by the berkley college republicans. the chancellor says he doesn't agree with the views or actions but he has the right to speak. the event is old out scheduled for wednesday night.
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demonstrations are expected though. he made headlines last year when he was banned from twitter after making abusive comments about actress leslie jones. tuition for uc students is going up. they approved the increase in a 16-4 vote during a meeting in san francisco yesterday. tuition is set to increase 2.5% in the 2017-2018 school year. that's a 28 $two increase for each student fer year -- -- 28 $two. it's the first increase in six years but students say they are not happy about it. >> students don't have aid so what happens is you're forced to go to food pantries and make gofundme accounts on social media begging people to help you survive. >> a spokesmen for the uc system says enrollment has increased and the $88 million generated by the increase will help to lower class sizes,
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provide more counselors for students and update classrooms. also this morning an effort is underway to figure out how many homeless people are living in marin county. you have been driving around working with volunteers taking this very important count. >> yeah, this really is important work going on today. a critical sentence is happening here in san rafael where we are this morning and across marin county and the goal here is to get an accurate count of the homeless population so that county officials can provide better services to them. this is called the point in time count. it happens every two years and here in marin county it's spear headed by the department of health and human services. this morning about 50 volunteers and guides who are formally homeless gathered at san rafael city hall and worked together in tents and went out across the county and the
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guides helped to focus where the searches should take place checking encampments and shelters to try and find as many people homeless as possible. now, we should point out here the volunteers with this particular census aren't interviewing homeless people they meet. they are simply counting them. >> so we have maps that list every street. we pair up volunteers and they hop in their cars and drive down every street justdoing a visual survey because they have the guide to understand the neighborhoods and the population variable to say okay we should stop here and look in this park. . >> the u.s. department of housing and urban development requires this count every two years and it is happening in cities and counties across the country including other cities here in the bay area doing
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these homeless counts. back out to a live picture, during the last homeless count they did here in marin county, they found 1,309 homeless people living in the county. that was done in 2015 and obviously once they finish the tally here they will get a better sense of whether the homeless population has gone up or down and obviously they're hoping that it has done the latter. back to you, pam. >> yeah, i'm sure they are. thank you alex. a manhunt goes on now for a bank robbery suspect in the santa cruz mountains. at 8:00, the latest on the investigation that led to chaos for drivers on highway 17. plus, new information in the murder of a castro valley woman. the surveillance video police just released that they're hoping will solve the case. good morning, we see traffic that is still doing okay. lafayette as you head thugh the tunnel .
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homicide investigators hope surveillance video will lead to an arrest. the body was found december 13th and investigators think her killer set her house on fire to cover up the crime. still no word of a possible motive but sheriff's deputies released this surveillance video showing a man walking near her home on grove way. he is seen walking in one direction and then abruptly turns around.
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>> someone may recognize not only maybe even the clothing -- but the way in which this person walks. >> investigators say the man may have been driving a 2011 silver toyota corolla like this one. survivors of the deadly warehouse fire in oakland say they're still waiting for the financial help they were promised. the fire was eight weeks ago killing 36 people and displaced a dozen tenants. the local nonprofit gray area foundation says it's raised 900 $900,000 but had to wait to give out the money while it identified fraudulent claims. 136 people will get checks but one survivor says that's a long time to wait for help. another fundraiser being held tonight in san leandro. the bands known as the fun dude will perform at 5:30 tonight. they're donating time and music
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to help victims for families. they're asking for a $10 donation. pg&e was given the max sentence for $10 million for the fire that happened six years ago. the neighborhood still trying to recover. eight people killed and many suffered life changing injuries and dozens of homes were destroyed. san bruno officials say they are pleased with the sentence, especially the count o pointed monitor -- -- court appointed. >> we were striving for transparency and justice. justice was served together and transparency comes over the next five years at least. >> now the court appointed the monitor to oversee all of pg and e business during a five year probation period. other penalties include the maximum fine of 3 million $3 million to be paid immediately and 10,000 hours of community
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service with 2,000 hours performed by top executives at pg and e. we're bringing sal back to watch our commute. especially highway 24. are they behalfing? >> yes, things are better. -- -- behaving. let's start out at 24 westbound. traffic is crowded in lafayette. it does appear to be doing a little better than it was yesterday. driving through the tunnel and in just a moment i'm going to look at the maps and i'll show you the slow downs in the east bay. let's look at the bay bridge. that is clearing up, much better than it was an hour ago. just look at your screen in case you're not watching, you can see there's a lot of room. if you're using fast track you'll be able to slide right on by especially if you're using the 880 ramps. let's look at the east bay commute. the traffic on 80 is slow in richmond and on highway four still. you can see the east bay is not
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quite as deep red. a spot that has slowed down is 880 between 92 and dakota road. there's stop and go traffic now. 7:48 let's go to steve. thank you, sal. we have a nice friday on a really nice weekend. a little cold in the morning. not too bad. chris heath -- what is that somebody shining a flashlight? one of his neighbors have a light on. we have sunshine here and cottages, 34 and brisk this morning. lots of options. mostly sunny, nice day today and even warmer on the weekend. no rain, mid 60s and next hint of rain looks to be february 2nd and 3rd. remember some of the side roads
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even into truckee and towns, there's a lot of snow. the lows are cold. each day looks to be warmer so it should be just spectacular. i'm sure it will be a parking lot getting up there unless you leave early or late. higher clouds almost out of the picture moving fast. except for a few high clouds, on the drier side that's the last system coming through. 30s and will 40s, 50 for some. east bay temps coming up for a few. must be a breeze coming up. 43 out by the concord pavilion. i'm guessing there's a breeze coming off diamond peak. 37 in fresno. one in truckee. 20 in reno. 13 in flagstaff. phoenix at 38. tucson at 30 degrees. las vegas 37. so quite cold for some. the breeze will pick up in southern california if you're heading down there. temperatures though will be warming up as well also here. this next system running into what's called a wall of high
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pressure and it's not letting anything come in. it will be nice and sunny today and warmer into the weekend. cold morning lows and warmer temperatures. 50s today. a few clouds. they're almost out of here. saturday and sunday and monday, lots to like. even tuesday will be good. i think on february 1st we have to look to the west for more rain. >> like everything, it's friday. >> yes, that too. time 7:50. remember the former oakland a's and giant pitcher. he's taking up a second career. up next, what he's been doing these days in nashville. i can show you the world
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day after president trump threatened to withhold federal grants from cities that don't cooperate with immigration authorities. the mayor says san francisco will not be bullied and will remain a sanctuary city. >> people say that we live in our own world here in california and san francisco. this i have to say is just an alternative fact. . [ laughter ] let me tell you about our america dominican republic our city. in our america people are equal no matter of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. we are a sanctuary city now, tomorrow, forever. [ applause ] the mayor also said he will expand homeless and affordable housing services in san francisco this year. a former california school superintendent now wants to become the state's first female governor.
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east bay demoat delaine eastin jumped into the race for governor. she began as a city councilwoman in union city in 1980. then she represented the fremont area in the state assembly before serving eight years as superintendent of public instruction. she's joining a crowded field who want to replace governor brown in 2018. the candidates include lieutenant governor gavin newsom and former los angeles mayor. the san jose sharks played last night and they lost 4-1 after seven straight wins. the sharks started strong and scored a goal four minutes into the game. after that it was all edmonton as they scored the next four goals and won the game 4-1. now they're tied for first place in the pacific division but the sharked have played one less game. the warriors and nba best
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team has tied another record. four warriors will be in the nba all star game. clay thompson and green are reserves on the western conference team. this is clay's third all star appearance. this marks the 8th time in nba history one team has four players in an all star team. former a's and giants pitcher barry zeto has traded in his glove for an acaustic guitar -- -- acoustic. ♪ [ music ] ♪ yes, he can sing. he posted this video on social media earlier this week promoting his new album called no secrets. he also performed in mill valley wednesday night and now lives in nashville tennessee and he went there back in 2015 when he was playing for the
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minor league team in nashville. he has since retired from baseball and yes, he's now a singer and songwriter. time now to check in with mike and pam. >> dave, a massive manhunt underway in the santa cruz mountains. the latest on a bank robber in the south bay and a warning for people to stay inside. donald trump hosts his first world leadership at the white house today. i'm doug luzader with a preview ahead. a little better than normal out there for the commute. don't get too happy. still some slow traffic out there but it is a little bit of a break for some. you can go ahead and get happy about the weather. if you're tired of the rain we have three weeks of it. shooins and warmer temperatures for the weekend -- -- sunshine.
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more on what they will be talking about as they strengthen ties with one country and the latest on his relationshipith mexico. mornings on two starts now. a live picture down in the south bay now. the city of san jose, a rough one for the sharks last night as they lost to ed money son.
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-- -- edmondson. sharks get a break for the al-star break now. they can rest up. the start of a gorgeous day outside, let's check in with steve. you have been talking about a nice weekend. >> yes, it will be nice. thank you very much, mike. higher clouds coming over the barometer. if you have one ot home you're probably looking at it yourself. even though we have a massive high pressure over east clouds as the clouds sneak in. good morning, from napa, beautiful sunrise this morning. i would say so. george is out under the dome of high pressure. 30.58. we're 35.3 here. northeast breeze at 7 to 9 miles per hour. no restrictions on 50 and 80 but remember there's a lot of snow. some of the side streets into
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the towns so take caution there. the lows are very cold but the days are nice. all set to go. everything is coming out of the north. it will continue to come out and maybe even more northeast for some as we head into the weekend. 30s and 40s on temps. men low park and stanford, 36 for loss altos. san matt at 38. higher clouds won't last much longer. a couple coming out of the northwest but high pressure says we're done after that. lots of sunshine into the weekend and warmer temperatures. lower to mid 60s. 50s today. generally about 58. sal, what do you want to start with. >> let's plan a road trip. you and mestew up to lake tae. we crushed it. >> yeah, we would crush it. >> we would turn in at 11:00. >> that late? >> maybe not. maybe 10:00. anyway, let's go tack a look at
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the commute now -- -- take. hope you're happy because the bay bridge is light. i think if you have stayed home and watched mornings on two it has paid off a bit. traffic is not that bad. i started seeing signs this could happen. let's move along and take a look from hayward to foster city. steve has said it's clear weather this morning even though aits cold start. moving along to the slow traffic in union city and fremont not bad. the south bay is pushing in. when you see red it means stop and go traffic. 8:03, back to the desk. we begin with a developing story in the south bay. we have been following all morning a bank robber remains on the loose in the santa cruz
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mountains considered armed and dangerous. 0. >> reporter: sheriffs officials say the last time this man was spotted was near alder croft heights and locust drive. they told people to secure their homes in the area. he may have also changed his clothes. authorities have been searching for him overnight. now the santa clara county sheriff's office says after 10:00 last night they did receive a 911 call from a woman who said a man broke into her home on locust drive and held a knife up to her. investigators believe the man is the bank robber they have been searching for since yesterday morning. he was reportedly last seen wearing a green beanny and a tale san jose sharks shirt. sheriffs deputies released a photo but his face is covered in a mask.
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they say after he robbed a bank of america in scotts valley yesterday he sped off in a white chrysler on highway 17. a scotts valley police officer fired shots but it was unclear if he was hit. the thief has been on the run ever since. >> all that happened in front of me. it's hard to explain because i was shocked. but yes, that's exactly how it went down. >> as authorities searched for the robber people in the redwood estates area were told to stay indoors. highway 17 was closed for nine hours and finally reopened at 00 last night. we're waiting still to get an update from the sheriff's office. they're supposed to do that sometime this morning. in the meantime they're telling people up here in the santa cruz mountains if you see anything suspicious to call 911. back to you very scary situation, thank you. president trump hosts his first world leader today at the white house.
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teresa may arrives as both countries go through transitions. doug luzader has more from washington. >> reporter: we often talk about the special relationship 2010 the u.s. and uk. both president trump and the prime minister are billing new relationships on the world stage. donald trump salutes and walks up the stairs as commander in chief getting used to the new ride. this tool of internags diplomacy will carry trump into a world that is quickly realigning, something that is clear later today as he meets with british prime minister teresa may who is sheparding her own country through exit negotiation united nations after brexit. >> because of the great victory you have won america can be stronger, greater and more confident in the years ahead. >> while the u.s. and uk's
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relationship may strengthen, the u.s. ties to mexico are getting worse. the mexican president cancelled the visit next week because trump is moving forward on a border wall. >> people want protection. >> how will he pay for it? the white house floating the idea now of a border tax to force payments from mexico. that may go over with a thud from free market republicans in congress. trump's visit to philadelphia yesterday led to large protests. back in washington later today the march for life, the anti- abortion event drawing thousands each year and vice president mike pence will become the highest ranking administration official to attend. as far as discussions with world leaders, looks like another is on the near horizon. a spokesmen for russian president vladimir putin says vladimir putin and trump are expected to speak by phone as
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early as tomorrow. in washington, doug luzader fox news. miami dade county and florida is complying with what president trump calls to end sang way cities. protests took the streets in response. present trump has threatened to withhold funding from cities that refuse to cooperate with federal authorities. the sacramento lawmakers plan to brother deuce a package of bills that would make california a sanctuary state. the legislation would restrict state and local law enforcement agency frs helping federal immigration agencies across the entire state. the mayors of san francisco, oakland and berkley remain sanctuary cities. . >> ice agents searching for a
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convicted sex offender went to a family resource center that includes a preschool in the mission district by mistake. the address for the fugitive they were looking for was next door but when agents went next door the man they were looking for was not there. they left without making any arrests. legal experts say the justice department could prosecute people who make rogue tweets from federal agency accounts. scores of unofficial twitter accounts appeared mocking president trump. at least some were linked to federal employees using work email addresses according to the associated press, a federal law enforcement official says so far he is not aware of requests from federal agencies to investigate these rogue tweets. some security experts say the way president trump is tweeting could pose a security risk according to the new york times president trump is continuing to use his old unsecured android phone to post on twitter. security experts say it raises
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concerns that the president could expose himself and the country to security threats. there's a move to make california the first state in the nation to offer a third gender option on state documents. a bill by state senator scott weiner and tony add kins would allow another option besides male and female on driver's license. opposing groups said the documents should reflect biological identities for medical purposes. paying for more certain foods and alcohol. how a border tax propoezed by president trump could cost us more at the check outline. why it took crews so long to clear an accident on 580 in the east bay. fortunately we don't have any of that going on now. looking at a commute that's just moderate out there for your friday and some are better than normal. like this one, we'll tell you more straight ahead.
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these band of high clouds moving out at the start of what looks to be a fabulous weather weekend. we have earned it and deserve it -- we'll talk about the temps as well.
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i we worked with pg&eof to save energy because wenie. wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california.
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traffic is back to normal on interstate 580 following a fiery big rig accident. westbound lanes opened before
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the friday commute started to pick up. chp scrambling to reopen the roadway. the big rig clipped one vehicle and possibly several others last night. the truck then caught fire on 580 near 680 at 6 p.m. at the worst time there of the evening commute. the cause of the crash is under investigation there. no reports of any injuries. criminal proceeding against a woman charged in the brutal killing of a member of the explorers in the alameda county sheriff's office has been suspended. a judge hearing the case against the 23 year old ordered she been examined to determine if she's competent enough to stand trial. rogers and her boyfriend ar accused f luring the woman into a park last november where she was stabbed, beaten and set on fire. she is expected to enter a plea next month. rogers is due back in court next month. san jose police arrested a suspected serial robber, 45 year old robert rainbow is
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accused of robbing banks, pharmacies and check cashing stores. the they were reported between december 19th and january 10th. rainbow would hand a demand note before taking money or narcotics. they identified him through surveillance video and witnesses. he was arrested at a his home two weeks ago. two teenagers in florida behind bars accused of planning a columbine style attack at their middle school near orlando. it was planned for today. officers arrested the two boys yesterday while they were in the final stages of planning the mass shooting. officers say they found several weapons at the boys homes. one of the boys planned to drop a pencil during gym class to signal the other to begin shooting. students knew about the plot were told to wear white to avoid being a target. a group of bikers are you lucky to be alive after an avalanche in california.
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three hikers were walk on unstable snow before the ground gave way. reue chopper was able to find the andhikersring them to safety. one of them crawled through the snow until he found cell service and then called 911 for help. two of the hikers were able to go home unharmed, the third was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. with all the rain and snow, half of california is no longer considered to be in a drought. the u.s. drought monitor says severe or extreme drought exists in only 51% of the state. take a look at this map. the one on the left shows drought levels at this time last year. the areas still dealing with drought conditions this week. officials say only 3% of the state remains in extreme drought, mainly around santa barbara county. much of the state is better off than it was a month ago, the governor is not ready to declare the drought over yet.
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16 minutes after 8:00. let's check in with sal for a look at traffic. >> the commute is better pam. js a little bit. i'll take that on a friday. let's start off with the south bay and 280 commute. northbound is going to be on the right when we show you this picture. i guess we don't have 280 right now. the traffic is moving well. i don't see a lot of that slow traffic that we typically see in san jose. there is some slow traffic getting up to the west valley here as you drive through. also looking at the commute at the bay bridge toll plaza, the traffic is light so not asking a lot of questions. we'll just say it's light. san matt bridge traffic looking good heading out to the high- rise. 8:18 let's bring steve in with today's forecast. >> it's time for us old guys to celebrate. the first time in the open era
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history the australian final, everyone is over 30. >> how about that. >> old guys rule. >> thank you, sal. >> a little late on that. william's sisters and the doll -- how cool is that to have them playing for the final. love it. no restrictions on 50 and 80. fair skies but it's cold in the morning. single digits in truckee, dropped to 4 below. radar showing not severe clear but pretty darn close. higher clouds out of the way. colder this morning, 30s and 40s at half moon bay. so there are some areas on the mild side. 30s on the peninsula. men low park and stanford, everyone else close. warmer for some. pacifica at 44. except for the higher clouds,
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the patterns are changing for the drier high pressure right there saying i'm not budgeting. they put down the stakes and sticking around until monday or tuesday. high pressure is filling in and that will warm us up. low to mid 60s. next hint of rain is around next thursday. upper 50s and lower 60s and temperatures continuing to warm up as we go into the weekend. the mornings will be cold. maybe some patchy fog but good to go for sunshine and warmer temperatures. growing human cells inside of a pig. up next, the reason behind this controversial experiment down in southern california.
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sonoma county animal shelter has resumed adoptions after an outbreak of the parvo virus. adoptions were suspended because of the outbreak. the shelter tested positive for the virus. it started earlier this month when four infected puppies came into the shelter. officials say the shelter has now been cleaned numerous times. every dog was also administered a booster shot for parvoo. scientists grew human cells in embryo pig. this is a step in growing human organs in animals to transplant into people. scientists say the ability to grow human organs is still ry there are also ethical concerns about creating a human animal hybrid. it is music to the ears of
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fans who enjoy the sanford ban. they have lifted the suspension know finance the ban known for its outlandish antics. they accused members of violating the school's drinking policy. members can now perform at school events, they are on a provisional basis and subject to overnight and review. the dry weekend ahead, this is your chance to get outside and there are menially of ents around the bay area to check out. we have the weekend watch now. into the final weekend of january and here are the ents taking place. starting in the east bay where it's time for the oakland a's fan fest. the free event is saturday, 11:00-2:00. highlights include coach q and a and a kids game area. in san francisco, you'll find one of the oldest events in north cal. the golden gate kennel show
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hosts 2,000 dogs. this is a bench show which means you can walk around and talk with breeders and see animals between events. the golden gate kennel club is at the palace saturday and sunday. a two day feal filled with art food and more. in the south bay celebrate the year of the rooster at the san jose museum of arm. this contemporary celebration honors tradition with art making activities and live performances for the entire family. in the north bay beer lovers have the opportunity to taste the world's best brewers. food vendors will also be selling food. the beer fest is held in a private hangar at the santa rosa airport. warriors play at home on saturday. away on sunday.
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that is your weekend watch. he is the conservative journalist who was banned from twitter and now there's debate whether he should be allowed to speak at uc berkley. how cal's chancellor is responding. a pro posed tariff to pay for the border wall could have you paying more for groceries. good morning, we still have traffic out there although it is lighter than usual, this is 280 northbound looking good through downtown. traffic looks good and so is the weather. it will start to be rather nice and better over the weekend. directv now! the future of tv is now.
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looks like a nice, sunny clear start to the day. pretty shot over the bay and city. looks like a nice weekend. enjoy it and get outside. more rain coming in by the end of the next week. thank you for joining us here on mornings on 2, i'm pam cook. >> i'm mike meibach. >> are you complaining? do have a have rain gauge at home? >> i do. >> we have mostly clear skies here and it's going to be beautiful. a bit chilly but an awesome morning. that is a beauty.
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we do have mostly clear skies. i want to mention so much water around and temps near freezing wachl out for ice. ashley said there's some around petaluma and side roads, yes, you can get that happening here. it's still cold but no rain for the weekend. 60s and next rain looks to be around thursday february 2nd it of the north everything coming in. they're flying out of the picture quick. no restrictions on 50 and 80. everything looks nice. cold in the mountains with single digits. 30s and 40s beginning to warm up finally here. 36 in santa clara and gilroy. 40 there in so cal. 32 in boulder creek. ukiah still at 32. mountain temps are cold. in store for a nice weekend.
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high pressure returning. warmer weather taking us into the weekend. sal, a viewer wrote me telling me due to the lunar new yeer year some of the school districts are closed. >> yeah, he emailed me too. i did not know that. our viewers are very smart. >> yes, they are. >> e educate them well. >> that's right. let's take a look at what we have now. lighter than usual today and you know, we'll just take it. 26 minutes to the the maze. it's better than normal. when you get to the bay bridge, it's lighter, a lot lighter than it normally is into san francisco. if we take the shot, come to tv there and we can look at that bay bridge shot. i think we have it for you.
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it's lighter than usual and that's great news. we look at the other east bay commutes and wonder if we can find slow traffic out here. still slow traffic on highway 4. a little bit in hayward and fremont. we can dive down here and see a little bit of slow traffic on 880 south as you drive past union city. down to 25 miles per hour so still slow traffic but definitely better than usual. san matt mateo bridge looking good. donald trump hosting if first world leader at the white house today. the british prime minister is meeting with the president holding a joint news conference. live picture here just out said the white house this morning. meantime next week's meeting between president trump and president of mexico has been cancelled. the mexican president decided not to attend the meeting after president trump's continued
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talk of forcing mexico to pay for a wall between the u.s. and mexico. yesterday the trump administration said one idea to pay for the wall would be to impose a 20% tax on imports from mexico. that could cost americans. live at the farmer's market downtown with more on this story, christian. >> reporter: yeah, president trump considering the 20% tariff on goods exported from mexico into the u.s. and one of the goods that's frequently imported and produce. so that could mean that these shoppers here could wind up paying for for produce. the u.s. government reports that mexico sent $295 billion worth of goods to the u.s. last year. mexico is the second biggest agriculture in the u.s. with imports topping $20 million last year. some exists are saying a strong
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u.s. dollar would minimize u.s. shoppers would feel from an increase. the industry would past the cost of the 20% tariff in the form of increased prices by mexican made goods. so wholesalers and buyers say those costs would be passed down the line. >> it would just be absorbed into what's going on. >> i by-products and raise my products. the biggest export from mexico to the u.s. is automobiles and also machinery and medical supplies. some exists are warning a sharp increase in taxes on mexican imports could set off a trade war and lead similar increases on american exports to mexico increasing cost of goods for consumers on both sides of the border.
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>> today our question to you is this -- what do you think of the plan to impose a 20% tax on mexican imports. let us kn what you think by posting a comment on the page. you can also tweet us. san francisco mayor vowed to stand up to president trump during his annual state of the union address. it came one day after president trump threatened to withhold federal grants from cities that do not cooperate with federal immigration authorities. san francisco will not be bullied and will remain a sanctuary city as well as a bow con of diversity. >> people say we live in our own world here in california and san francisco. well, this i have to say is just an alternative fact. [ laughter ] let me tell you about our america, our city. in our america people are equal.
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no matter of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. we are a sanctuary city now, tomorrow, forever. [ applause ] >> the mayor also said he will expand homeless and affordable housing services in san francisco. protest groups in the bay area are opposing trump's pollties and making sure their voices are heard. >> long live international solidarity. >> there were demonstrations yesterday on both sides of the bay. hundreds of people gathered outside the federal building in san francisco protesting the president's executive action advancing the keystone xl and dakota pipelines. they say it's taking sides with big oil. >> the government at this point isn't doing a good job at hide thanksgiving corruption and capitalism going down. it's a horrible situation. >> two crowd marched a short
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distance and blocked an intersection. guards from the department of homeland security as well as san francisco police were there no but no problems were reported. rallto protest orders on a immigration. the theme was "we are one no matter what race or religion" the response was to block people from entering the u.s. organizers plan to hold more demonstrations and urging people to contact their local and state lawmakers and let their feelings be known. the trump administration has cancelled all advertising to pro mote advertising under the affordable care act days before the open enrollment deadline. the department of health and human services plan to run ads reminding people of the january 31st deadline. former officials accused the administration of sabotage
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saying research shows it's when young healthy people sign up which is crucial to keeping down costs. . next week a speaker is scheduled to appear next wednesday organized by the uc berkley republicans. he says he doesn't agree with views or actions of him but he has the right to speak. this sold out event is scheduled for wednesday night and demonstrations expected. the journalist made headlines last year after being banned from twitter after abusive comments about actress leslie johns. a body was discovered in the garage of her home on december 31. investigators believe her killer set fire to the home to cover up the crime. still no word on possible
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motive. sheriff deputies have released surveillance video showing a man walking near her home on grove way. he's seen walking in one direction and abruptly turning around. >> someone may recognize not only maybe the clothing but the way in which this person walks. >> investigators say the man may have been driving a 2011- 2013 silver corolla. survivors of a deadly warehouse fire in oakland are still waiting for the financial health they were promised. it was eight weeks ago and killed 36 people. the local nonprofit has raised $900,000 but had to wait to give out the money while it identified fraudulent claims. gray area says 136 people are getting checks in the next two weeks but one survivor says
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that's a long time to wait for help. another fundraiser is being held tonight. a bab is performing on ban croft avenue this evening. they are asking for a $10 donation. uc students will see a tuition hike. how much extra they have to pay and what that money is going to be used for. plus, working to get an accurate count of the homeless population here in marin county flt we'll tell you about the important work volunteers are doing this morning and how this will help people living on the streets. it's nicer than normal commute today right now. highway 24 looks good on the way to the tunnel. are you ready for sunshine and warmer temperatures? the morning lows are cold but the days are warmer. i can show you the world
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i don't know what year this was. i know i was there -- a long time ago. . >> that's late 80s. that's what i'm thinking. >> mike is looking it up. >> 85. >> goodness, you're making me feel old. every friday we have songs we play. if you want to join in on the action use the hash tag dtvu. tuition for uc students is going up. increase in a 16-4 vote during the meeting in san francisco yesterday. tuition is set to increase 2.5% in the academic year. that's a 28 $two increase for each student per year. this means tuition is roughly 11 $11,500 for the year. this is the first increase in six years. some students are still not happy about it. >> students don't have aid. what happens is you're forced
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to go to food pantries and make gofundme accounts on your social media begging people to help you survive. >> a spokesmen for the uc system says enrollment has increased since six years ago. the $88 million increase will help lower class sizes, provide more counselors for students and update classrooms. this morning a major effort is underway to fig dwrur out exactly how many homeless people are living in marin county. -- -- figure. you have been out with volunteers working hard because it's an important count to get. >> it is. a tremendous effort in it and they want to make sure they count everybody here. volunteers have fanned out across marin county this morning. the goal here is to get a snapshot of the homeless population to provide better services to those people down the road. this is called the point in time count.
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it's federally mandated and here in marin county this is being spear headed by the department of health and human services. we watch as 50 volunteers gathered early in the morning in an rafael city hall. they are working with guides who are formally homeless. together they make their way across the county and check out encampments and shelters trying to find and count people who are homeless. >> there's two reasons really. one is because it's required by the federal government. our funding depends on it but the other is that we -- this really helps us get an idea of our homeless population. we find out about families and veterans and are people living on the streets or staying in shelters so that helps us do planning going forward. >> the u.s. department of housing and urban development requires this count every two years and similar counts are happening in cities across the
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bay area and across the country around this time. ovenly a lot is determined in terms of federal funding based on the homeless count they do. here in marin county, the last count they do was two years ago and found there were 1 thousand ,309 people living in marin county and the hope is there's a reduction in the number. they're not going to have any figures or numbers probably not for a few months that they can release. we'll have to wait and see. obviously an important count happening all across the country and here in marin county this morning. thank you alex for that. let's check in with sal. you know what i saw this morning on the richmond san rafael brid? th're moving the constction trucks in and beginning work on the extra eastbound lane. >> that should help, especially for people living marin in the evening commute. >> as you reported, it's a
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terrible commute. run dmc walk this way, 1986. >> okay. i was two years old, pam. >> you and i both. >> you're not buying that? okay. good morning, everybody. i do want to mention there's emergency potholes repairs going on in san francisco. i want to take a quick look at the 101 camera. you say what's the problem? no problem but if we go to the map, i'll show you the camera view. pothole repair going on. they're filling in nasty ones. the kind that will throw your car's alignment out of whack and wear down your tires quicker. just be careful. if you want to avoid the whole thing use 280. 101 is not that bad. still knowing this i would use 280 instead. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza.
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light getting into an fran. slightly lighter than usual -- -- san francisco. we heard some schools are out today for the lunar new year. >> aero smith's version was 1975. a lovely morning from slad park in novato. mostly sunny conditions today. watch out for ice. low to mid 60s through the weekend. next thursday rain will return and we'll see hints of that. no restrictions at 50 or 80 it's darn cold in the morning. single digits below in truckee this morning. little warmer each day. you can see the air flow coming out of the north, everything driving in from the north and northeast so high pressure aloft and at the surface giving
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us a north easterly breeze. 30s and 40s and 50s -- that's what we have. those higher clouds are flying out of the picture. one more ban going by. this system looks good but running into a dome of high pressure there which is not allowing it to do smuch. the energy for any rain goes up and over for now. hints it will return next wednesday or thursday. until then enjoy the sunshine and warmer temperatures. upper 50s maybe at 60. we'll see 60s and low to mid 60s sunday and monday. will nice so enjoy. >> good to get outside and enjoy the sun. getting to work late or on time -- the new trend in the office and the shocking response from some employers. there is a place, like no other. where a walk down main street, can fill you with wonder.
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the opening bell rang 2.5 hours ago. a bit of a mixed picture for most of the morning. the little bit of a disappoint disappointing read on the economy for the year. live to the big board, the dow jones hanging on to 20,000 mark down 15 points at this point. 20,000 and snp down three points. nasdaq down about three points to 56.52 so not a big move. there's a new development in the volkswagon emissions scandal. prosecutors now have evidence the auto makers former ceo had knowledge about the cheating earlier than he first claimed. martin winter corn stepped down in 2015 days after the scandal became public. the vw exec tiff says he wasn't
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aware of wrong doing by the company. google attempts to replace the galaxy and sales figures have not been released. the pixel has been a hot item since it's october debut. at least one million were sold in the last last quarter even though google did not do enough to keep the phone in stock. the company says it brought in 5.(300) 000-0000 for the quarter. are you one of the people who are late to work or always on time? maybe even early. career building.com has released results of a new study showing 29% of workers are late to work at least once a month. both numbers are up from last year and bosses may not care. more showing a little leniency for tardiness saying it's about overall productivity.
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a little bit less wiggle room at this job very noticeable if we're late to work. >> and our bosses would care. and you might care as well. pretty exciting for the all- star game coming up. the nba roster all set. dh warriors players are in and making history.
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a deadly crash in philadelphia almost two years ago killed eight people is now suing the company. y. investigators say he was not hit by anything. his train was going 106 miles per hour around a 50 miles per hour curve. the engineer wants $50,000 for his injuries. >> a judge gave pg and e the
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maximum sentence. the san bruno neighborhood is still trying to recover. -dozen os of homes were destroyed. a five year probation period other penalties including 3 $3 million immediately. . a woman who was once in charge of a school entered the race yesterday. delaine eastin represented the fremont area serving eight years. she joined the crowd seeking to
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replace. . former president george h.w. bush could return home from the hospital this weekend. doctors say the 41st president continues to recover. the 92-year old president was admitted to the hospital two weeks ago. barbara bush was admitted that same day with bronchitis. the nba has tied another record. kevin durant and steph curry were named starters. now green has been selected as reserves. this is tirs time ever and the 8th time in nba history has one team in history. surfs up plenty of sufferers taking advantage of big swells.
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the famous surf competition did not stop them from hitting the waves and getting out there. the contest window has been opened for march 31st. today at 9:00, president trump proposes a 20% tax on mexican imports to fund the wall on the southern border. a close call for a young surfer as his dad's camera catches something lurking in the waves. i went on an adventure yesterday. the sail force tower is a few

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