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people yelling, help loudly and clearly. about 100, 150 feet away. we are confused because at this point they have been out eight back days. >> the 77-year-old carol kiparsky and ian irwin were rescued yesterday filled with vegetation so dense the rescuers couldma keusy it a reflector to show rescue helicopter where they were. missing for eight days after going on a hike near the rental cabin. after time went by the rescuers started to give up her. >> i said several times that everyone seems surprised that they are alive. they are doing good and when they heard that, they were just so confused because it was
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unexpected. >> i am at the couple's home where in 24 hours the neighbors went from planning a memorial to a welcome home party. >> the longtime neighbor remembers the moment they got word that carol kiparsky and ian irwin were found alive. >> they had been found alive. >> just like that the instinct kicked in. >> i planned a party. >> they will arrive home to a warm reception and they have lived herefor decades and the banners are up and all that is left is waiting. >> i am really glad. one of the things that i thought about is they are gone and i never had a chance to say odgo e. now i to say hello and hugged them and give them lots of food. >> she lives next store and today is her birthday. >> the greatest gift that i could get was to get our neighbors back. >> the couple's physical thick, smart with survival instinct
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and had their love to get them going. >> i think the relationship is why they got through this together. i think we realize that these are unusual individuals and if anybody would be surviving it would be them. >> we are excited to have them back and we will greet them with open arms and see what we can do to help. celebrate. >> kpix 5 . they are being monitored and treated for extensive abrasion from the brush. the couple looks forward to telling the story. in time they will be forever grateful for the hard work and dedication put forth by the volunteers and first responders from all over the area who searched every day for them. thank you to everyone involved. let's take you outside. a live look and you can see for miles from the exclusive tower
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camera >> no matter how hard you look, you will not see a single drop of rain on the horizon. it is not just a drive february but it is about to be a hot one. talking about the record we will set for going home. the rain is still the biggest issue but we are likely going to break the records next week for the daytime highs. let's take a look at this. san jose i will use you as an example because it will be the most noticeable. i will put numbers appear. the average daytime high is 65. we were below that today at 61. look at next week. when we hit 78 next week, particularly on friday, the record for friday's date is 76 degrees. san jose is not the only place to do this. san francisco, i will use you next. not as exaggerated. we only went to 58 today. going to 70 onabove average.
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for oakland, 61 is the average. it only went to 62 today. as we climbed to 73 that will be flying near the average. we will be back near 78 within record territory. concord i will use you as e.63 77. a live look outside. we will talk about rain in this complete forecast coming up in just a few minutes. back over to you. a pair of meetings held tomorrow to update the parents and students at trenton on the toxic groundwater situation under their campus. expert you spent the weekend testing the air quality say they have found evidence that the chemical solvt en vapothe air.
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concern that it could be is what shut the school down on thursday. officials have been careful to stress that the schools drinking water is a safe. there hoping to have the students back in class by tuesday or wednesday. it is unclear if that will happen at trenton with the off- site location. tomorrow's meetings will update students and parents on that. the meetings will be held in the middle school onh 14t schedules. wanted 8:30 am in the morning and the other at 5:30 pm in the afternoon. the coronavirus concerns have dealt a big blow eddie tech conference. three major sponsors pulled out of the conference at the last minute. verizon, at&t and ibm and they avoid the weeklong event which is expected to draw 40,000 attendees pick >> i have been hearing so many things about the coronavirus.
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i just wanted to make sure i am remaining healthy. >> it definitely speaks to the impact that this is having globally. >> the mayor sent a letter to the participants stressing that the risk of the in fact in it is not circulating here. if you had trouble sleeping in san francisco last night, this may be the reason why. a legal sideshow. there was dozens of course but not a single arrest. >> a problem often associated with oakland and parts of the east bay but san francisco was in the crosshairs on saturday night. reports of multiple sideshows and wide-ranging criticism about the police department's sluggish response. >> dozens of people crowd at the intersection to watch as the cars peeled out. circling each other in the
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noisy riot. san francisco police estimate there was 50 to 100 cars and onlookers at the sideshow that moved through several neighborhoods late saturday and overnight sunday. spectators trailed the cars with cell phones out recording as the drivers fished out and spun outpe le op about the spectacle and complained about the sluggish response from the police and the sleepless night. by the time the sideshow arrived police moved in to shut it down. sirens blaring as they ordered the spectators to clear. san francisco police released a statement. this type of activity presents a danger to the community. first responders, spectators and participants. we will be working to determine the identity of the persons and vehicles participating in the sideshow and we will use all available resources to cross check those involved expect san francisco police made zero arrests and impounded zero
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course. in san francisco, kpix 5 . the 18-year-old woman in the hospital after facing a felony dui charge tonight. the violent crash that killed her friend. she flew off highway 101 and slammed into a utility pole killing the woman in the passenger seat. neither name was released.. a man is accused of trying to burn down his ex-girlfriend's house while she and her 72-year- old woman were asleep. fire erupted in the garage of the home on spencer street early yesterday. the woman were able to escape unharmed. the 29-year-old neil coates was arrested after attacking the younger woman and resisting officers. they tried to restrain him. mul including attempted murder and arson. they kept the flames from spreading. santa clara county could vote to make it easier to take
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guns away from people who should not happen. the board of supervisors is expected to approve funding for a dedicated county gun team. it would close law enforcement gaps like enforcing the court ordered removal of guns from people with restraining orders for domestic violence. the program has is the support of the chief and the district attorney. still to come, a homemade rocket crashes in southern california killing the pilot. the flat earth experiment that went horribly wrong. massive explosions rocked to san francisco's financial district. why it is actually nothing to worry about. 75 years since the battle of iwo jima. we will have the story coming up. fighting climate change
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isn't just about polar bears. we're fighting for our lives, we're fighting for clean air and clean water. that's why i wrote the law to send billions from polluters to communities suffering the most. and only one candidate for
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president was with us back then, tom steyer. and he's still fighting for us, pledging to make clean air and clean water a right for everyone, regardless of your zip code. that's the truth. that's tom steyer. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
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a man who tried to fly to the edge of space to see if the world is really round died while attempted to launch his homemade rocket in the california dechert. a daredevil known as "mad" mike hughes the steam powered rockets to launch him 5000 feet into the sky but a mishap during the launch caused it to to plummet to the ground. he attempted a similar feet in the mojave desert and he also holds the guinness world record for the longest limousine ramp child. check this out. a crazy crash in santa monica. a man drove this jeep off of the sixth floor of the parking garage slamming into the side
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of a mcdonald's all the way across the street. miraculously two passengers were able to jump up before it flew off the boat. the driver was transported to a trauma center and he is in critical condition. not just a legal sideshows last night. explosive filming from the matrix. >> the action movie has been filming in the city for weeks. last night they transformed downtown into a war zone explosions and other special effects could be heard for miles. a low-flying helicopter went down market street. they warned of the planned flyover. they stage the pyrotechnics from 6 pm until midnight. >> i saw the road closures but did not see the pyrotechnics. did you hear them? >> i thankfully did not. i am a light sleeper but it is good to know that is going on.
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there is two film crews in the sy. thstextingng as cityfa. is it hawippening.ll it is not the weather. a small chance for rain on the first day of march. that is how far i have to go but before i get there, let's talk about today. daytime highs for sunday come closer to average. concord is 67 in santa rosa at 67. 6 degrees above where we should be at this stage. san jose is 61 and right on the mark. overnight lows back to 37. low to mid 40s in and around much of the rest of the area. tomorrow the daytime highs will be similar to today. i spotlighted the big warm-up coming our way for next week. the near record if not record- setting temperatures by the hit on wednesday. we don't necessarily know that
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just yet. tomorrow is warmer but it is not a drastic warm-up just yet. let's take a moment and talk about the next chance for rain. if you do that, go to the long- range forecast models which should never be taken explicitly because we will go far out but i am playing to saturday. do you see the timestamp? that is it sunday. i had to go that far to fund the system. this falls apart as it gets here. come in for a closer look. the first day of march we have a shot. light rain and light snow over here in the sierra. it doesn't last long. keep your fingers crossed. the most helpful thing we have seen in the month to get some rain out of this. if you are curious about the totals, i can switch it over and come for a closer look and on sunday, march 1 maybe we get less than a 10th of an inch of rain. the north bay we will see the
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most to as little as 200s of an inch of rain. that is early. what it is is the most hopeful sign that we have had for a while that we are finally going to get some rain because as it stands, february will make history with no recorded rainfall for the month. that will tie the record for san francisco. 1864 is a look at that. we are about to match that. the seven-day forecast. the warm-up that we talked about. upper 70s and if not record- setting warmth, it will be very close for many spots for much of next week. sunny and very warm and you can see the cold and him what the small chance of rain on sunday, march 1. more on this coming up in a little bit. back over to you. these stages set for the final farewell to kobe bryant.
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>> reporter: the barricades are set outside the staples center as fans get ready to celebrate the life of kobe bryant and his daughter gianna. at sunday's game against the celtics, one of the greatest rivalries and basketball with fans being sensitive of the death of one of the greatest players of all time. >> such a travesty. it is crazy because growing up you always had that crazy respect for him and the game. kobe was the guy. >> cynthia and her car works got the tickets to the game. she brought flowers for kobe and the other victims of the helicopter crash. she said just being at the center makes her feel closer to kobe and his daughter. >> it means everything to me.
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it is not so much of the game, the game is great but the ambience of the whole thing and thinking about that. just honoring the memory of everybody on thlihe. coe er ptcome by. many fans were put on the waiting list but jacqueline was not lucky. she thought she did not have a chance of all the tickets. she had been selected to buy the tickets to the memorial. >> i am in disbelief. i feel blessed to be able to be part of this. >> disbelief she will take part in the tribute to legend. a final goodbye to a sports hero. choice cuts just for you. what a gift for this hockey goalie and he probably thought
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his day would be a another day. this is a story of the american dream. it starts here, in a middle class neighborhood with a middle class kid named mike. when his father died, his mother went to work and became the breadwinner. she instilled in mike a belief in hard work and a drive to build a better life. so he started a company from scratch with an idea and endless
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hours- today, that makes him the only democrat in the race who's created 20,000 jobs. he's the only democrat who's run the largest and most diverse city in america, rebuilding aft creating over 450,000 jobs and expanding, health care coverage to 700,000 people. the only democrat who's built a grassroots movement to combat gun violence and he's a leader combatting climate change. the only democrat who's never taken a penny from special interests. now mike is running to deliver on the american dream for everyone with common sense solutions and the ability to get it done. because mike bloomberg is the only democrat who can take on trump. and trump knows it. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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it is spring and it is spring training. >> plate ball. baon day two. the giants and the a's played each wentiz d othethkl e gian a's 5-3. the first win under gabe kaplan. they retired all six batters. what is on the mind of the manager bob melvin? let's. they won 97 games last season. at tup during t 0 . me day show interview with dennis. >> is this your best team and the bar has changed in oakland? if i say i would get a call
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from josh donaldson 15 minutes after i leave here right now, team with lot of similarities donaldson. we are deeper with this team. >> the nhl joe thorton. will he remain a san jose shark? sharks in the new york islanders. the third goal in the last five games and tied it at 1. islanders and attack mode. martin jones for the second goal of the game. 4-1. the sharks have dropped four straight. they will tried again tuesday in philadelphia. what a story last night in toronto. carolyn american goalies kept getting hurt. the rule says there has to be an emergency backup in the building and that was david ayres. the buildings zamboni driver.
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the 42-year-old gave up a couple of quick goals and stopped the last eight shots of the third.. carolina won the game too. 500 bucks for filling in and the team has sold over 3000 david ayres shirt and they will give him a cut of the profit. oregon superstar scored a triple-double friday. she and the third ranked dock could win the pac-12. they attended the game after some quality family time. that is when she will fly back for the stanford game that tips off at 6 pm. emotion poured out one senior day today. they hosted oregon state. beavers pullback in the second half. >>the girl scout cookie time. e
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why not make a trade? the st. louis franchise traded for thin mints. the st. louis team took a bite out of new york. 29-9. hosting the pelicans. zion williams his first game at shea center. moving pictures on the late night game day show. the final round of the mexico championship in mexico city. trouble for the right-hander justin thomas. had to go lefty to punch the shutdown. a great idea. i couldn't do it. he did finish. had the ball us final round. the final of thhtmi wn the stre a single shot reads the eighth
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could roll to the victor during the time out at a game in y.missis sippi, look at this. a cross court but for a 2020 nissan altima. boom. how about that? i love the shock on her face. oh my? how about that? called out of the crowd. nails the putt 94 feet and drives home in a brand-new nissan altima. >> i love that. pretty special. coming up in the next half hour, a race against time to save a driver trapped in a sinking suv. the hero who dove into help. drastic action in italy to
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curb the coronavirus. 75 years ago today u.s. service members raised the american flag over iwo jima. we will visit with the veteran who fought for more than a month to help make it possible. >> people that were there had to know what they were doing for their country. it was an all-out effort. really both sides. the japanese and americans. wall street banks took advantage of millions of americans during the recession. so, my wife kat and i took action. we started a non fi-pmm t
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co withy aun simplite theok so, my wife kat and i took action. give people a fair deal and real economic power. invest in the community. in businesses owned by women and people of color. in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message.
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welcome back. countries around the world are taking action to crack down on the coronavirus outbreak. south korea now reporting more than 760 cases. prompting the president to put the country on its highest alert for infectious diseases. australia's railway company is halting all train traffic to and from italy. authorities are cueng ttorabt r ended today, revelers were seen wearing colorful masks over there protective masks. health officials are reporting 152 cases. the highest total outside of on od after the government banned all movement in and out of hotspots. a dozen northern italian towns on lockdown.
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authorities have ordered schools, business and restaurants to close. also canceling sporting events and even mass. with fear mounting, the white house is expected to ask numbers for emergency funding to fight the virus. the trump administration has grappled with how to handle the outbreak including what to do with the americans flown in from a quarantined cruise ship. president trump is on his way to india and the trip will be quick. 36 hours but there will be plenty of pop including a rally. the first lady will arrive at mistermetown of the prim a hu owd expected to greet him ahead of the rally at the world's largest cricket stadium. the president will visit the taj mahal, meet for talks with the prime minister and attend a banquet in new delhi. they return on wednesday. campaign 2020.
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bernie sanders has a target on his back tonight following his resounding win in yesterday's nevada caucuses. megan oliver on how the rivals are trying to slow momentum heading into south carolina. >> reporter: bernie sanders is keeping his focus on defeating president trump promising to turn texas blue this november. >> they say texas is a conservative state. it is a red state. i don't believe it. >> he finished first in the caucuses with strong support from the young voters, latino and liberal >> some democrats fear the policies will driveaway moderate and independent voters. >> nobody refers to themselves as a democratic socialist. that word has always had really
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dire consequences throughout south carolina. joe biden was a distant second and hopes to finish first in south carolina primary next saturday. the former vice president spoke at a church on sunday. a new news poll has him with a narrow lead in south carolina. >> who can win the presidency but who in fact is going to be in the position to help maintain the house of representatives and increase voter numbers and to win back the senate. >> former mayor peter buttigieg elizabeth warren got a jump on the super tuesday states in virginia, colorado and arkansas. voters cast ballots in a little more than a week expect we are delighted to see some of the ranks of what see ture, foer republican sngup. >> 65% of registered voters nationwide think president trump will definitely or probably be reelected.
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including more than one third of democrats. megan oliver cbs news, new york. california's tom stier is qualified to join bernie sanders, elizabeth warren peter buttigieg and mike bloomberg hosted by cbs news and the congressional black caucus institute. you can watch it live right here on kpix 5 starting at 5 pm and stay tuned for a special edition of gregory and amy colburn at 8:00. a daring rescue in a canal. the woman apparently has a seizure behind the wheel. bystanders jumped into safer. one-man risked his own life crawling through the window. the car slowly sank. the woman was brought to safety >>st in time. l to investigate a deadly charter bus crash in
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southern california. yesterday's rollover left three dead and 18 hurt. the bus was traveling along the highway near san diego when it swerved. it tumbled down the embankment and landed on the roof. the impact through passengers underneath the bus. it was raining at the time but it is too early to determine if the weather was a factor. the bus had no seatbelts. tonight the greyhound bus company is taking a stance in the nation's immigration battle. the company announced it will not allow customs and border protection agents to search the buses without warrants. in the statement, greyhound said it will provide drivers and employees with training to follow policy change. jury deliberations resume tomorrow for harvey weinstein. the jury may be heading toward a decision that neither side wants. >> before deliberations wrapped up on the trial of harvey weinstein the jurors suggested
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they may be deadlocked on some charges in the indictment. asking the judge if they could reach a unanimous decision but after speaking with the defense and prosecutors, the judge urged the jury to keep deliberating. any verdict the jury returns on any counts, guilty or not guilty must be unanimous. it was one of 10 notes sent by the jurors during the deliberations including requesting multiple read backs of testimony. two request focused on the witnesses grasp it graphic testimony. he could not be charge because of the statutory of limitation. the indictment against weinstein stems from the allegations of two other women. halley testified that harvey was mentoring her when she was working as a production
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assistant. she was asked to go to his new york city apartment where she was allegedly assaulted in the summer of 2006. the jury also asked to review her charges in the testimony. the similar story alleging that weinstein assaulted her in the new yorker hotel room. the defense pointed out that both women had consensual sex with the client after the attacks and they continue to have a friendly contact with him for years. weinstein has repeatedly denied all accusations of nonconsensual sex. jurors had back on monday. if they deadlock on some of the counts, the attorneys tell the court on friday they would take a partial verdict. some counts could be declared a mistrial and some would be accepted but the prosecution has indicated it will not accept the result. regardless of the outcome, weinstein facesand social sexual assault charges in los
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angeles. barbara smith has died. the first african coicveanr de l momadame is all magazine. she wrote several popular books. the family said she ran three restaurants until she was diagnosed with alzheimer's in 2013. she and her husband had work to raise awareness of the disease and in particularly the impact on the african-american community. she was 76 years old. still to come, elizabeth warren announces her sweeping plans for pot. fighting crime with water? the new invisible weapon helping farmers out smart thieves. tom steyer will beat donald trump on the economy. his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in california. and provides a 10% tax cut for everyone making under $250,000.
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tom's plan also makes health care a right, by adding a public option to obamacare. protects union negotiated plans. and ensures californians can make their own health care choices. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. while the middle-class continues to struggle. that's what happens when billionaires are able to control the political system. our campaign is funded by the working people of this country, and those are the people that i will represent.
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no more tax breaks for billionaires. we are going to guarantee health care to all people and create up to 20 million good paying jobs to save this planet. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message because we need an economy that works for all of us, not just wealthy campaign contributors.
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back to campaign 2020. elizabeth warren is laying out her pot platform. promising to legalize marijuana nationwide and tulsa pest marijuana convictions. the plan would also fund marijuana research and allow the a doctors to prescribe medical marijuana to veterans. twitter has suspended 70 pro bloomberg accounts for spam violations. the spokesperson said the accounts were posting identical messages. the campaignaffers and vonteersave idst thein us the app to share content and did not intend to mislead anyone. the tsa will no longer allowed employees to use the video at, tick-tock to create soedia pos. this comes after alar over potential national security issues. >> that is our premier agency.
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if your china, create trouble or let someone else create trouble, what better thing to have and all of the information the tsa has and is using. >> the center warned about the collection of user information. they have launched overview of the chinese owned app. the department issued their own bands on the use of tiktok. it turns out water can fight more than just fire. you can also fight crime. on the invisible weapon helping california farmers protecting everything from beehives to bulldozers. >> this is a gold mine for thieves who want farming equipment. things like this hand tool or copper wire. what will ultimately get them ca see that comes in a little tube like this.
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>> kelly evans is the director. she said they farmers in both counties have started using invisible technology. brand the highs that belong to them. >> you can't scrape it off or wash it off. >> mineral based and disappears on surfaces. it can only be seen by uv light and each tube has a formula unique to its user like your own personal dna. >> when we put the liquid on, it has a little share but it dries clear. you have to have a special light which all sheriffs are stationed with. you simply lighted up and it becomes green fluorescent. >> if you get caught what something that is not yours, law enforcement will know immediately. >> we are working with the beehive industries and different owners to market their frames so that would
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deter the thieves from stealing. >> catching on across northern california. >> the pieces of equipment and products that are stolen go to a different county. the sheriff's department will be able to identify them. >> returning them to the rightful owner. >> something that will be able to recover. >> think twice before taking what is not yours because you could get caught green handed. >> the winter of 1945. a sailor found himself in the middle of one of the greatest battle of world war ii. >> i could see the place up there on the top. there were people up there with rifles shooting at us. >> 75 years later he tells us what it took to finally raise the american flag over iwo jima. stunning video out of mexico as a massive the volcano blows its top.
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back here at home today, much clear skies from the first half of the weekend. a much sunnier sunday and we are trying to show you the big warm-up for next week. near record setting temperatures on top of the fact we are not getting rain coming up. tom steyer will beat donald trump on the economy. his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in california. and provides a 10% tax cut for everyone making under $250,000. tom's plan also makes health care a right, by adding a public option to obamacare. protects union negotiated plans. and ensures californians can make their own health care choices. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
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it starts here, in a middle class neighborhood with a middle class kid named mike.ed, sh went to work and became the breadwinner. she instilled in mike a belief in hard work and a drive to build a better life. so he started a company from scratch with an idea and endless hours- today, that makes him the only democrat in the race who's created 20,000 jobs. he's the only democrat who's run the largest and most diverse city in america, rebuilding after 9-11, creating over 450,000 jobs and expanding health care coverage to 700,000 people. the only democrat who's built a grassroots movement to combat gun violence and he's a leader combatting climate change. the only democrat who's never taken a penny from special interests. now mike is running to deliver on the american dream for everyone with common sense solutions and the ability to get it done. because mike bloomberg is the only democrat who can take on trump. and trump knows it. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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new video out of turkey showing the aftermath of a deadly 5.7 earthquake. nine people were killed when it struck the border. it ravaged villages knocking down over 1000 building and injuring people. three children among the dead after being trapped in the rubble. caught on camera. the irruption of one of mexico's most active volcanoes arrested early this morning. take a look at the dramatic video. you can see lava spewing on the mountainside and ash rising above. 17,000 feet tall. the fifth highest in north
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america. nasa wants your help to create new technology for a mission to venus and you can win thousands of dollars. the agency is designing a rover to explore the hellish surface of the second planet from the sun and that is where you come in. nasa announced a competition to design a sensor that would prevent the river from running into rocks and crevices. that will not be an easy feet. temperatures in excess of 840 degrees can reduce metals into a puddle. the first place winner can earn up to $15,000. thank you for helping me pick it out. coco caught a petal. >> that volcano on the set schedule will erupt again and again. >> to the viewers that are impressed, thank you. coco caught a petal. >> let's come closer.
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after the story that she wrote. can you see on the camera looking to the west? just a bit of clouds off the coast. a very different view from yesterday and you can see a lot more blue sky today. the pattern is shifting and we are setting up for a big warm- up. turn more to the offshore flow and the clouds are not going to last. tomorrow they will get pushed out to see. the current numbers out there. 61 in concord and santa rosa. two inland spots with the warmest temperatures. everybody else is in the mid to upper 50s. this gets us ahead to 2 am tomorrow. same spot we were looking at. pretty much looking out here at that. watch what happens tomorrow. the clouds get pushed away. that does not just mean a sunnier day. it does mean a sunny day.
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it also means we start to warm up tomorrow. just enough that morrow you notice but tuesday, wednesday and thursday you will not miss it. the morning was tomorrow come down into the mid-40s and the daytime highs bring us back into the mid and upper 60s. we are already seeing the low 70s and much more of that to come. let's do just a little bit of a look ahead. what are the headlines? a rain free month is almost certain. we will go the entire month of february. we will nd beinthisne week ar and that is probably the media hair line march 1 we have a chance for rain. a small chance but that sunday before we get there, let's talk about the warm-up. san jose the daytime i would be
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65. 61 today. when we hit 78 on friday, that should beat the record by one degree for fridays day. the same story for san francisco. even though the warm-up will be noticeable, the records are hard to reach but 70 will be noticeably warm. oakland is a similar set up for the numbers. 61 is average. 62 today. mid 70s by thursday and friday. up north is santa rosa going up to 78. temperatures coming within striking distance. across the county we will be back into the mid to upper 70s. that covers the bay area as best as i can without showing too many of the same over and over again. it won't be that different. there is your seven-day forecast. look at sunday. that is when we get to march 1. even though i did not put rain in the forecast, you can see
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there is something going on. we go from 77 on saturday to 70 on sunday and back into 60s wit mid-the bay. that is courtesy of the system that calls us down but gives us the first hope for rain in quite some time. let's hope to get some rain out of it. it does not look impressive but that is something. back after this. wall street banks took advantage of millions of americans during the recession. so, my wife kat and i took action. we started a non-profit community bank with a simple theory - give people a fair deal and real economic power.
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invest in the community. in businesses owned by women and people of color. in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message.
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on this day, 75 years ago we lost an all-out assault on the japanese island of iwo jima. one of the bloodiest battles and today two men spoke about what it was like for those who were there and what it means for those who followed them. >> reporter: a young navy sailor was transferred to a destroyer. that is when he played his part
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in history. >> ralph was only 17 years old and had six months of training when he arrived aboard the theyy invaded iwo jima. >> we were close to the beach. retrieving violence that had been shut down. >> the fighting was savage as the marines struggled to get a foothold on the island. they pulled pilots from the sea and did not notice that the equipment above his head had been hit and damage. >> i can see the place up there on the top and there were people with rifles shooting at us. >> the place up there was the japanese and it lasted for 36 days. >> >> the people that were there had to be devoted of what they
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were doing to their country. it was an all-out effort. i really think both sides. the japanese and americans. >> when the marines captured the mountain and planted the flag the picture is a symbol of the marine corps. he served at the end of vietnam but has a hard time finding words to describe the sacrifice of the nearly 7000 who died at iwo jima. >> people say thank you for being a veteran. i say if you truly want to thank a veteran, be the kind of american that is worth fighting for because those are the guys that is over. >> mm anyways it was a turning point in the war of the pacific and provided one of the most recognizable images of the greatest generation. >> most of those who hit the beaches and survived have been invited to washington to be part of the ceremony
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commemorating the anniversary. john ramose, kpix 5 . that man stayed in the military and retired after years of service as a full 30 commander. thank you for watching. 60 minutes is up next and we will be back at 11:00. >> see you then. [ fast-paced drumming ]
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