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Feb 6, 2016 8:00pm PST
was barbara george. she doctors were working to get a pulse. one e.r. nurse was kris kehoe. >> if you give 100 compressions a minute, the better the chance to revive her. >> after 15 minutes it was all over. a doctor pronounced barb george, the mother of two dead. it was up to nurse kehoe to clean up the body for the family to view. that's when she saw it. >> when we were straightening up her hair we noticed blood on the top of her head. i noticed there was a small hole. my first thought as a nurse was that it had to be a bullet hole there. >> imagine that, barbara george, the nice woman behind the counter, shot. >> shot in the head and it didn't seem like it could happen to such a good person. >> back at the comic bookshop, friends and family showed up for a birthday party for her husband. singing of happy birthday and all of the superheroes from his beloved marvel and action comics looking on. all those guests now stunned to find the party turned into a crime scene. and barb, the hostess, was dead. two possible clues to solving the mystery, right after the murder witnesses repor
NBC
Apr 10, 2015 9:00pm PDT
. >> reporter: maybe he felt safe there because the sick man was george blumenschein jr., a doctor specializing in neck, head and lung cancer at m.d. anderson. like many of his talented peers dedicated to researching and curing cancer, dr. blumenschein's life seemed to revolve around his work. >> the people who worked with him said he revealed very little about his personal life. he didn't talk about anyone he was dating, anything along those lines. >> reporter: now, this very private man was at m.d. anderson not to be examined but to research his own symptoms. friends at the hospital urged him to go straight to the e.r. >> and it sounded like it was tough even to coax him into the emergency room. >> so i'm sorry, but i'm in a little drama. >> reporter: george's girlfriend, evette toney, a scientist, shot this video on her cell phone as they sat outside the e.r. she wanted to show george that he wasn't acting normally and convince him that he needed to check himself in. the video would later be crucial to solving a mystery. >> i've gotten progressively discoordinated. >> reporter: to see the us
NBC
Jun 9, 2012 10:00pm PDT
. it's a haunting headline-making case, the disappearance of george smith who vanished from a cruise in the mediterranean on his honeymoon. no one has ever been arrested and the investigation at times seems to have grind to a halt. but now we've obtained exclusive access to documents, depositions, photos that offers tantalizing clues to what may have really happened on that ship. here's dennis murphy. . >> i happened to look at the cover of the lifeboats. it looked like red blood. >> in the case of missing honeymooner george smith. >> that's when i heard a horrific thud. >> missing, presumed dead. >> she has no idea what happened. i'm not going to let her go to jail. >> reporter: in a twitter fied, caffeinated news cycle, events from even a month ago can seem like ancient history. so here's a memory jog from years back. the missing groom. a beautiful blond bride, her good looking guy. in mysterious fashion, he went overboard on their honeymoon cruise. remember them? george smith and jennifer hague pl .h his brother does and always will. >> he made our family complete. and now the family
NBC
Feb 27, 2012 2:00am PST
disappearance of george smith who vanished from a cruise in the mediterranean on his honeymoon. no one has ever been arrested, and the investigation has at times seemed to grind to a halt. but now we've obtained exclusive access to documents, photos and depositions that may offer tantalizing clues to what happened on that ship. here is dennis murphy. >> i happened to look at the color of the life boats, it looked like red blood. >> missing honeymooner, george smith. >> i heard a thud. >> in a calf nated driven news cycle, events months ago can seem like ancient history. here is a jog from years back. a missing groom, a beautiful blonde bride, good-looking guy in mysterious fashion, he went overboard in their honeymoon cruise. remember then, george smith and jennifer hagel. his mother does and always will. >> he made our family complete. and now our family is split, and every day i miss him. >> the question what happened to george smith? a fatal accident or foul play? it may be an old headline, but it's an active, on-going investigation in the files of the fbi. the bureau won't show the dos
NBC
Nov 6, 2015 10:00pm PST
george tiaffay. george was the genuine article. an all american good guy. he'd yeefr overcome early obstacles to become a top notch student in high school, a star athlete. this is his sister maria mcgrew. >> a valedictorian and on the football team. i -- >> yeah, you'd think -- >> --he'd just be a jerk, right? >> yeah. >> just kind of a jock, mean-spirited sort of, who knows, stereotypical. >> but it was quite the contrary, said maria. >> he was always the calming force amongst family and friends. you know, he was the gentle speaker. he had this outlook in life where, "i wanna go out and make the world a better place. i wanna go out and do something with my life." >> so george did. he earned a prestigious appointment to west point, and after graduation became a combat engineer, served as a nation builder in panama. his childhood friend, aaron solano, went down for a visit. >> the stories he told me about the missions that he accomplished. building schools, clinics, roadways and bridges, really had an impact on his life. he finally felt like, "hey, i'm getting to do something." >> wh
NBC
Jul 26, 2016 10:00pm PDT
. >> it was a beautiful tribute to shauna. >> george's big sister, maria -- >> i could see george was heartfelt and did what he could to express himself at a terrible time. it was all about showing that shauna was loved and cared for. >> meanwhile, las vegas homicide detectives worked diligently to identify and track down whoever killed her. >> do we have a predator? did she come home and they were burglarizing the house? is there an enemy somewhere that she made that we need to find? >> and then, they got lucky. a man who called himself "big will" pennix called the crimestoppers hotline. big will had a story to tell. >> he had spent time in prison. and he worked as a maintenance man. but he found satisfaction in helping others coming out of prison and helping them find the right path. >> one such man, said big will, was a homeless handyman who lived out in the desert. went by the name "greyhound." >> he did a lot of drugs. drank a lot of alcohol. and was volatile. >> according to big will, this greyhound told a lot of tall tales, but will called police this time because greyhound bra
NBC
Jan 6, 2012 10:00pm PST
in a haunting, headline-making case. it's been more than six years since george smith vanished from a honeymoon cruise in the mediterranean. no one has ever been arrested, and the investigation has at times seemed to grind to a halt. but now "dateline" has obtained exclusive access to never-before-seen documents, photos and depositions that may offer tantalizetion new clues to what really happened on that ship. here's dennis murphy. >> i happened to look at the cover of the lifeboats. it looked like red blood. >> a missing honeymooner george smith. >> that's when i heard a horrific thud. >> missing, presumed dead. >> she has no idea what happened. i'm not letting her go to jail. >> she's not! >> reporter: in a twitter fight, captivated cable-driven news cycle, events of even a month ago can seem like ancient history. so here's a memory jog from years back. the missing groom, a beautiful blonde bride, her good-looking bride. in mysterious fashion he went overboard on their honeymoon. remember them? george smith and jennifer hagel. his mother does and always will. >> he made our famil
NBC
Mar 25, 2012 7:00pm PDT
the fatal shot. >> in my heart i have no reason to believe george zimmerman is a racist. >> and hard questions about whether race did play a role. >> would this have happened if tray were not african-american? what happened to trayvon martin? >>> she's selling health insurance and it sounds great. >> no deductible. >> no deductibles and not much else either as she discovered at her doctor's office. >> she's like, do you have another form of health insurance. yos refuses to cover anything. >> it is health insurance that seems to offer real benefits, but -- >> in reality, it is almost worthless. >> tonight, it's all caught on "dateline's" hidden cameras, the hard sell that leads to heart break. >> you're taking my dignity from me. >>> plus, a "dateline" story ten years in the making. a soldier off to war. >> did you lose some friends? >> back home, we showed you his new battle to find work. they were watching. >> it was really our time to pay something back. >> they hired this veteran. >> my name is charles. >> then they hired two more. >> they embraced the task. we have been amazed. >
NBC
May 25, 2015 2:58am PDT
because the sec manick man was george bloomenshine jr., specializing in head neck and lung cancer at md anderson. like many peers, dedicated to researching and curing cancer dr. bloomenshine's life seemed to revolve around his work. >> he revealed little about his personal life. didn't talk about any one he was dating anything along those lines. >> reporter: now this very private man was at m.d. anderson not to be examined but to research his own symptoms. friend at the hospital urged him to go straight to the e.r. >> sounded like it was tough even to coax him into the emergency room. >> george's girlfriend a scientist, shot the video on the cell phone as they sat outside the e.r. she wanted to show george he wasn't acting normally and convince him to check himself in. the video would later be crucial to solving a mystery. >> i've been progressively disoriented. discoordinated. >> to see the usually articulate doctor like this a strange sight. cindy molina a friend and former assistant of george's. >> what's george like? >> very charming. he is a great guy. >> she says george was profes
NBC
Dec 3, 2010 10:00pm PST
. i'm going to get that little girl. >> time is running out. "winds of war" george clooney in sudan. good evening and welcome to "dateline." i'm ann curry. it could be the plot from one of his films, a solitary man fighting furiously to beat the clock and sound the alarm that disaster is looming. but the role that actor george clooney has chosen now is real but the role that actor george clooney has chosen now is real and so are the stakes. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> if i said to you now that 90 days from now there's going to be an earthquake and people will be killed, what would you do? wouldn't you do everything you could to make the people as safe as possible? >> george clooney in a race against time. we're flying with him thousands of feet above the african continent over a vast savannas and where the winds of war are blowing. he's talking about sudan. the largest country in africa, one of the poorest and most dangerous places on earth. why would one of the world's most famous movie stars keep going there? because he knows, he says, the clock is ticking tow
NBC
Sep 9, 2010 10:00pm PDT
and victims have been telling us about, to tom sinkovitz, to george kiriyama, people thought perhaps it was an earth quake or a plane going down. pg & e has confirmed it was a ruptured gas line. this is stringer video shot earlier today of when this all started to happen just about 6:00, right after 6:00 this evening when a lot of folks were home with their kids just sitting down for dinner, and all of a sudden, mayhem broke out. >> the descriptions of people have been amazing. they've been saying it felt like the end of the world. another man said it was horrendously hot. everyone describing this ball of fire that suddenly erupted right before their very eyes. we've heard, we saw a young mother earlier pregnant, eight months pregnant running out of her house with three children. you saw an elderly gentleman who grabbed his two dogs. he said the most precious thing in his life. he'd just run and went. then we heard from bob pelligrini, watching the football game when they heard the earth rumble beneath them and then all of a sudden saw a wall of fire right outside their homes
NBC
Nov 26, 2012 2:00am PST
friend named george solomon in moon lake about an hour to the north. >> he did, in fact, go up to where george solomon was staying with his girlfriend. this was confirmed with interviews with george and george's girlfriend. george gave up a timeline that was consistent with what permenter gave us. >> tim's story about the night of the murder checked out. he even voluntarily came clean on something from the start. he had a record. he'd done time. >> now, early on in your life you get involved in trouble. what was going on with you? >> i was running an escort service. and got stupid. started it up small, basically. running an ad out of a newspaper. getting a small office and it expanded from there. it ballooned. >> what kind of money were you taking per week? >> i was grossing $6,000 to $7,000 a day? >> a day? >> yes. >> and you're how old? >> 20. why go to school when i'm making this kind of money? >> why go straight? >> yes, sir. >> and it ended up in a gun fight? >> yes, sir. >> he was worried he'd be painted as a bad guy right away because of his past. he promised to cooperate in ever
NBC
Apr 18, 2015 10:00pm PDT
said that after visiting karen that evening he spent the night with a friend named george solomon at moon lake about an hour from the north. >> and he did go up to stay with george solomon and this is confirm ed confirmed with interviews with george and george's girlfriend. george gave us a time line that was consistent with what permenter gave us. >> reporter: so tim's story of the night of the murder checked out, and he voluntarily came clean with something from the start. he had a record, and he'd done time. >> and early on in life you got in trouble. what were you doing? >> i was running an escort service, and i got stupid and i started it up small basically running an ad out of the newspaper, getting a small office and it just expand eded from there, and ballooned. >> what kind of money were you pulling down a week. >> i was grossing $6,000 to $7,000 a day. >> reporter: and you are how old? >> about 20. that is the trap why go to school when you make that kind of money. >> reporter: and that is the trap. and ended up in a gun fight? >> yes. >> reporter: and tim was worried that
NBC
Jun 17, 2011 10:00pm PDT
who moved from ohio to florida when their two children were young. cindy worked as a nurse. george had been a sheriff's deputy who worked in security. they settled into an orlando subdivision where their home on hopespring drive was a model of manicured manicured suburbia. manicured suburbia. she was bringing up baby as her parents told "dateline" in 2008. >> she's a very strong mother. she's always took care of her daughter, made her very smart, i think very attentive for her age. >> the young mom got life line support from her parents. with no dad in the picture or on the birth records, she lived at home. when she'd gotten pregnant at 18, family friends would look back later and think it strange that no one in the anthony household would acknowledge, even seven months on, that casey was having a baby. correspondent and former prosecutor beth karas is covering the case for the trutv network. >> cindy's a nurse and denied it. she said, she's just bloated. >> true crime writer, host on investigation discovery, thinks that's the case. >> the fact that their daughter would be pregnant
NBC
Jan 23, 2015 10:00pm PST
neighborhood in prince george's county, maryland. but lloyd and his wife vicki and their son -- just four years old at the time -- are still haunted by the image of the gunmen. two masked intruders. talk about your worst nightmares. this is it. >> yes. it's something you would never imagine would happen. >> reporter: what the robbers didn't count on was that lloyd is a nationally-renowned martial arts expert. and when one of the gunmen walked away to scope out the rest of the house, lloyd was suddenly one-on-one with his accomplice. gunman's over here in the corner, huh? >> right in the corner right there. i know he doesn't have any room to back up at all. i just go. i'm coming over here, and i got the gun. i'm trying to get the cartridge out. and once i get the cartridge out, it drops. so, i hit the ground. >> reporter: where's the intruder going? >> he ran out the room. he was running low like, "he has the gun. get out of here. he has the gun." >> reporter: by the time lloyd managed to reload the wrestled-away gun and give chase, both home invaders had escaped. >> and i'm calling 9
NBC
Feb 27, 2011 7:00pm PST
, smiling, alive, unafraid. there were, for example, gerta walton and her just-retired husband george. keeping a long ago promise to celebrate more than 30 years of happy marriage. >> he always said he would take me again on a boat trip and we were looking forward to it. >> karen winter was excited too. she had been on a cruise when she was a little girl. now, married with two kids of her own. the chance for some time away with her husband was too good to pass up. sometimes you have to escape from your children, right? >> absolutely. and your cruise, it's always the best clothes, get out all of the evening wear. >> and you were thinking it would be just like the one you were on when you were a little girl? >> yes, i did. >> and at first, it was. the sun, the teeming buffet, the nightly stage shows. comedy, music, magic. robin boltman was one of the magicians on board. tell me about the kind of magic you do. >> i'll show you one. i'll show you a little trick. get that off anything. >> yes. >> hey, that's pretty good but suddenly the magic of the trip vanished. the halfway mark, the wea
NBC
Sep 5, 2015 10:00pm PDT
out the nation's capital in a nice neighborhood in prince george's county, maryland. but lloyd and viy irvin and their son, just 4 years old at the time, are still haunted by the image of the gunmen -- two masked intruders. >> talk about worst nightmares. this is it. >> yes. something you would never imagine would happen. >> what the robbers didn't count on was that lloyd is a nationally renowned martial arts expert. and when one of the gunmen walked way to scope out the rest of the house, lloyd was suddenly one on one with his accomplice. gunman's over here in the corner. >> he doesn't have any room to back up at all. i just go. i'm coming over, i got the gun, trying to get the cartridge out. once i get it out, it drops. it hit the ground. >> where does the intruder go? >> he ran out of the gun. he was low. like, he has the gun, get out of here, he has the gun! >> by the time lloyd managed to reload the gun and gave chase, both home invaders escaped. >> i'm calling 911. my son's on top of me just shaking. not saying a word, not crying, just shaking. i often think, were they going to k
NBC
Jan 3, 2016 10:00pm PST
paige's. george. >> he was that obsessive kind of person. he would have had the potential, if he was drinking or on drugs, to hurt somebody. >> megan napper's ex-husband was his friend and business partner. so megan got to know him. he was friendly and upbeat at first, said megan, but pretty soon -- >> you get to the point where you don't want to be around him because you're afraid that something could happen. >> like jones, he had no solid alibi. he was in town when he called paige over and over again, 19 times the day she disappeared, last time at 8:13 p.m. two days later, he suddenly showed up at megan's doorstep. >> george came to our house in a panic and said that the reason why he hadn't talked to us recently and the reason why we hadn't seen him or been in contact was because his family had been beheaded on the turnpike in new jersey by a semi. >> beheaded? >> beheaded. the biggest story ever. this big, big, giant explosion of a story that was so catastrophic that he knew would get me. >> sure. >> to jump in and just be, like, oh, what do you need? i'll do anything for you. >>
NBC
Aug 5, 2011 9:00pm PDT
college hangout named -- >> by george. >> by george? >> yeah. >> it sounds like a bar in a college town, doesn't it? >> it does. >> misbehaving. ryan was there with a high school classmate, chuck erickson. they were there illegally. in 2001, they were 17 years old. it's pretty young to be able to get into a club. >> it was a college town. that's the way people live in college towns. that's the way everybody lives in college towns. everybody wanted to be in the mix, hang out. >> ryan and chuck had an in with the college crowd. ryan's sister kelly was a senior at the university of missouri. it was she who invited him. >> by george was known for the costume parties. it was pretty much the biggest party in town. >> she would come to regret this, of course. >> if it wasn't for me, he wouldn't have been downtown. >> but at the time, it was so much fun. >> got in, started dancing, having a good time. >> outside, the music carried through empty streets. to the city room of the "columbia daily tribune" where a very green reporter, michael boyd, was on deadline. >> deadline, got to meet the deadl
NBC
Aug 29, 2011 10:00pm PDT
of people, including his former boss, george w. bush. here's nbc correspondent jamie gangel. >> reporter: this book is going make a lot of people angry. >> there are going to be heads exploding all over washington. >> reporter: he may be laughing but he's not kidding. if you're looking for dick cheney to back down, apologize, pull punches you've come to the wrong place. you don't give an inch. correct? >> basically correct, yes. >> reporter: whatever you think of him, he's earned these superlatives -- the most powerful vice president in history, one of the most experienced, probably the most controversial, and happy to stay that way. in your view, we should still be using enhanced interrogation? >> yes. >> should we still be waterboarding terror suspects? >> i would strongly support using it again if we had a high-value detainee and that was the only way we could get him to talk. >> people call it torture. you think it should still be a tool? >> yes. >> secret prisons. >> yes. >> wiretapping. >> well, with the right approval. >> you say it is one of the things you are proude
NBC
Jul 8, 2011 9:00pm PDT
devastated, the defendant's parents, cindy and george anthony. >> i need to have something inside of me get through this. >> their daughter, charged with first-degree murder, had pleaded not guilty to suffocating caylee with duct tape in june of 2008. >> this is the ultimate american tragedy, the ultimate american nightmare. that's what this is. >> the child's skeletal remains were found near the home where she'd been raised and by all accounts loved, wrapped in plastic garbage bags, dumped in a wooded side of the road filled with trash and litter. >> please keep your voices down. let's try and keep it to a minimum. >> after six weeks of testimony, a case that ran to 25,000 pages, the jury of seven women and five men, after a little over ten hours of deliberations, announced it had reached a verdict in this death penalty case. >> and we have breaking news, the associated press is now reporting -- >> the crowd outside was electrified by the news, learning the verdict would be read in open court in 45 minutes. >> pick a side, pick a spot, pick somewhere else, but don't block the sidewa
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Jun 14, 2013 8:00pm PDT
outside prince george, british columbia. denis took a job at a lumber mill. wendy found work off and on as a substitute teacher at the local high school. that might have been the whole story really except, well, every drama needs a catalyst, right? one day in 1995, denis returned from work at the sawmill and told him family how a log hit his shoulder, knocked him out cold. when he tried to return to work, tough as he was, he just couldn't. >> it turned out he had a lot of nerve damage down the right side of his body. he was left high and dry without being able to work anymore. >> denis could no longer be the family's strong, stable protector. >> once he lost his job, i think it was up to her to figure out, okay, like how do we make everything work. >> then it was a hot morning in august, 7'70 1997, when everyth stopped working. gabriel was in the kitchen more or less paying attention when his mom and dad said they were off to run errands. >> she waved a quick good-bye, down the stairs and out the door. >> the first inkling of something wrong, something off, when was phone rang af
NBC
Mar 21, 2016 2:00am PDT
best care money could buy. >> i really felt that, in a sense, he was doing god's work. >> george was dr. fata's office manager. he worked under his wife, samar, who ran the business side of the practice. >> 50 foot ceiling, artwork, grand piano. i thought to myself, oncology bought all of this? >> so your initial impression is this is an incredibly successful guy >> incredibly. i really wondered how he did it. >> dr. fata lived here in a ritzy suburb of detroit. one reason he was so successful was that his practice was so busy. at its peak, he was treating 1,700 patients in six clinics in the detroit area. >> it was huge, especially for basically a single physician, the amount of people walking in and out the door was incredible. >> nurse mary saturley worked for him and said he gave higher doses of drugs more frequently. he called it a european protocol. >> it felt like it was way more than patients i had previously treated were getting. >> i would think there's a point where you're thinking it's not what i'm used to, but maybe it's not wrong. >> right. and so, you know, having the kno
NBC
Aug 17, 2012 10:00pm PDT
spent the light night with a friend named george solomon in moon lake about an hour to the north. >> he did go up to where he was staying. this is confirmed through interviews with george as well as george's girlfriend. >> george gave us a timeline that was consistent with what permentor gave us. >> tim's story checked out and he came clean on something right from the start. he had a record. he had done time. >> early on in your life, you get involved in trouble. what was going on? >> i was running an escort service. got stupid. started it up small basically running an ad out of a newspaper. getting a small office and it just expanded from there. >> what kind of money? >> i was grossing about sto$6,0 to $7,000 a day. >> that was the trap. >> why am i going to school making this kind of money. >> for ended up in a gun fight? >> yes, sir. >> tim was worried he would be painted as a bad guy right away because of his sorted past. he promised to cooperate in every way possible. but cops took him up on it. >> i allowed them to photograph me and removed all my clothing and allowed them
NBC
Jan 2, 2012 2:00am PST
weren't many options. ♪ ♪ >> and then we met george adamson, his wife joy adamson had written the book "born free" and it was a film that was hugely popular and he was that man who knew more about lions than anyone else in the world offering to rehabilitate christian. >> he believed you could have an extraordinary emotional attachment to lions. >> before we could get him to africa there was a lot of legalese, that would have to go on in kenya because the concept of bringing a lion to africa was rather alien. surely, we have enough lions in africa. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> for the first few days christian did spend a lot of time on the camp bed and we were quite worried that we had totally spoiled him. it took quite a while for him to assimilate. first of all, he had too much coat. he would fit, but not fighting fit, not african fit. >> it was so beautiful to be in africa where we could just walk down to the river with him in the evenings, and him just lolling and hanging out with him. we could see george was enjoying him and beginning to appreciate him and we were out there for several mont
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Nov 13, 2016 10:00pm PST
scary. >> when "dateline" continues. >> reporter: prince george's homicide detectives, bernie nelson and tony schartner, hoped their collective experience would help crack two of the most horrific murder cases they'd ever encountered. >> when you back up and look at what you got, the scary fact is somebody's killing mothers and daughters, right? that's the commonality? >> yes. and with the close proximity of where the dewitts were found burned in the vehicle, it was just two blocks away from where the loftons were shot in their house. >> reporter: the detectives suspected they were dealing with the same murderer in both cases, especially when they realized delores dewitt was a single mom and a nurse, just like karen lofton. but first, they exhausted the usual suspects. delores had an ex-husband and an ex-girlfriend, but both had solid alibis. >> we had given them polygraph tests. they passed. we did background checks on them. we found out where they were. and there was nothing that would lead us to say that they were involved. >> reporter: as in the lofton case, when detectives searc
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Jul 18, 2011 2:00am PDT
even accept payment. >> how much do i owe you? >> nothing. >> will george for america's comfort heating and cooling do the same? he quickly finds the loose fuses, pushes them back in and does his inspection. but instead saying the job's done, he has some bad news. >> you have a leak somewhere. >> her system, he says, is leaking freon. the coolant inside the system. but how would he know? testing a leak is a long and complicated process, something george didn't do. >> there's a leak? >> 100% there's a leak. >> george says dealing with a leak could get expensive. especially if it's in the snaking coil where it circulates. >> you're looking at $1500 to fix the coil. either we can look for it, if it's no the coil it's not worth it. just getting the whole thing. >> then there's the cost of adding freon. >> you're looking at probably about $1900. >> and how about the cost of repair compare to getting a new unit? >> that's $3,826. >> what do we need to do? >> i would replace. >> okay. we're talking the whole thing. all right. stay here and i'll be right back. >> okay. >> it's time for me to ha
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Dec 25, 2016 10:00pm PST
. george michael died at 53 years old. we're hearing from a bay area dj who knew the pop legend. ==take vo== and christmas across the bay area. the holiday spirit giving the less fortunate a chance to celebrate in style. plus: ===vianey/wx=== (vianey adlibs) ===vianey/11pm close=== tonight at 11 on nbc bay area news >>> i'll see you just in a few minutes, right? >> narrator: lindsey bingham is in a children's hospital operating room. her parents receive updates through the night and into the morning. this doctor, though, after reporting in about lindsey, switches the conversation to sierra. >> so i would like to regroup and talk over things and see if we can come up with a more effective strategy for lindsey. >> i guess i need to hear you say we have options. >> narrator: this conversation, mind you, is taking place while lindsey is in surgery. they begin with the new heart outside lindsey's body, then finish up once it's slipped inside. the heart has not beaten since it was taken from the donor nearly four hours earlier. the team will use a defibrill e defibrillator to spark li
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Aug 1, 2016 2:00am PDT
passed since that night in 2008 outside the nation's capital in a nice neighborhood in prince georges county, maryland but lloyd and his wife and son, just four years old at the time are still haunted by the image of the gunman. >> something you would never imagine would happen. >> what the robbers didn't count son that lloyd is a nationally renown martial arts expert and when one of the gunmen walked away to scope out the rest of the house, lloyd was suddenly one on one with his accomplice. gunman is in the corner. >> i know he doesn't have room to back up. i go, i've got the cartridge out of the gun, it drops so i hit the ground. >> where's the intruder gone? >> he ran out of the room. he was running a like "he has the gun, get out of here, he has the gun." >> by the time lloyd managed to reload the wrestled away gun and give chase, both home invaders had escaped? >> i'm calling 911 and my son is on top of me and he's just shaking, not saying a word, not crying, just shaking and i often think, you know, were they going to kill us that night? >> the irvin family wouldn't be the first
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Jan 4, 2015 7:00pm PST
george. >> george is george is host of the home improvement show "george to the rescue." amy didn't know anything about george and his army of volunteers doing the renovations and when she finally returned home three months to the day after her accident, it was overwhelming overwhelming. >> thank you for everything. amazing. >> because of all the changes, amy can do many of the simple things she used to take for granted. >> oh my gosh. >> now i can cook, i can do the dishes dishes. >> for her transportation tom wanted to trade in amy's camero for a van with a lift. >> no, no, no, the camero is sexy and rock 'n' roll and hello, sexy and rock 'n' roll is totally what i am. >> her welcome home tour ended in the garage where amy got the biggest surprise of all. >> ready to go. >> oh my gosh, are you kidding me? >> there was the camero retro fitted with hand controls, still hers to drive. >> you got your freedom back, babe. >> people don't understand when you pass me, you don't know i'm handicapped. that's the one time where i'm normal. >> but she wants so much more. >> you love to set g
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Aug 28, 2016 10:00pm PDT
practitioners made over the time i had been there. >> george has no medical training but he was aware that dr. fata's unusually aggressive treatment was sometimes a point of conflict in the office. >> nurses that came to me and said i didn't necessarily believe we should have given this injection. doctors saying i don't feel comfortable with the treatment plan dr. fata has. >> suddenly all these conversations. >> these conversations come to mind. i started to think maybe, maybe dr. maunglay has something. >> as monica absorbed the news she was not going to die from cancer, she, too, was looking back at her time with dr. fata and realized she had doubts all along. >> the news confirmed all the suspicions, all of the red flags going off in your head. >> absolutely. >> about him. >> as soon as i heard it, i was convinced that, you know, he was a bad doctor. this was just wrong. something is going on bigger than her case. >> what was going on inside those cancer clinics? if monica wasn't the only one, how many more of dr. fata's patients were being mistreated? >>> coming up. >> it was crazy. i th
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Apr 1, 2017 3:00am PDT
all of them. beginning with the last client paige called -- this guy, george coralluzzo. who, the day paige disappeared called her 19 times. >> we're thinking, "that's our guy." >> i couldn't get rid of him. and he's still haunting me. >>> coming up, what this woman saw. >> it hit me. >> and what she told investigators. >> he totally did this. in fact, 2 out of 3 people taking an antidepressant may still experience unresolved symptoms. rexulti, when added to your antidepressant, has been shown to reduce symptoms of depression. it may help you feel better without giving up the progress you may have made with your antidepressant. rexulti is not for everyone. call your doctor about unusual changes in behavior, worsening depression, or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in those 24 and younger. elderly dementia patients taking rexulti have an increased risk of death or stroke. call your doctor if you have high fever, stiff muscles, and confusion to address a possible life-threatening condition or if you have uncontrollable muscle movements, as these may be permanent.
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Jul 15, 2013 2:00am PDT
sunday, the verdict is in. george zimmerman found not guilty in the shooting death of trayvon martin. >> we, the jury, find george zimmerman not guilty. >> a politically and racially charged trial put the spotlight on gun laws and civil rights and race in our society. where does the debate go now? the reverend al sharpton joins us. >> live protest! >> plus, the scene from the ground after the sheriff urges calm. and we'll hear from the mayor of the central florida town where the shooting and the trial took place. >>> then, back in washington, a showdown on the senate floor puts washington dysfunction on full display. >> if we don't pull back from the brink here, our friend, the majority leader, is going to be remembered as the worst leader of the senate ever. >> no matter how often my friend rudely talks about me not breaking my word, i'm not going to respond talking about how many times he's broken his word. >> this morning the majority and minority leaders of the u.s. senate will be here live. is there any room for compromise on the big issues facing the country -- health care, job
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Jan 19, 2015 2:00am PST
looking into the changes that needed to be made. i ended up getting in touch with george. >> george is george oliphant, host of the home improvement show "george to the rescue." amy didn't know anything about george and his army of volunteers doing the renovations. when she finally returned home three months to the day after her accident, it was overwhelming -- [ cheers ] >> thank you for everything. [ applause ] >> this is amazing! >> wow. >> because of all the changes, amy can now do many of the simple thing she used to take for granted. >> oh my gosh! now i can cook. i can do the dishes. >> for her transportation tom had wanted to trade in amy's sporty camaro for a sensible van with a lift. >> i'm like no no, no. the camaro is sexy and rock and roll. and hello -- sexy and rock and roll is totally what i am. >> her welcome home tour ended in the garage where amy got the biggest surprise of all. >> ready to go -- >> oh my gosh! are you kidding me? >> there was the camaro retrofitted with hand controls still hers to drive. >> you got the your freedom back babe. >> thank you very muc
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Apr 4, 2011 2:00am PDT
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Jan 26, 2014 10:00pm PST
george washington bridge on their way back to paul's place the morning of the murder. >> was it a toll you guys went through? >> i would assume so. we went through i guess it was the lower level, but there was no booth -- there was no attendant. >> reporter: no attendant saw them pass, but detectives wondered could digital eyes help place the car at the toll booth? >> state police immediately did a search for the ez pass records, or toll records of that vehicle, and we had a hit at 6:39 of that vehicle coming across the george washington bridge lower level. >> that's huge. >> it's huge. >> it was a huely corroboraighle piece of evidence to corroborate scott sherwood. >> reporter: what's more, there was a photo snapped of the license plate. it was evidence that almost didn't exist. prosecutors say paul had planned to pay cash that night. but construction at the toll booth forced him to drive through the ez pass lane. >> he made some mistakes. and he couldn't have anticipated the bridge was going to be under construction with no toll takers. >> reporter: and then prosecutors present
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Feb 26, 2012 7:00pm PST
were alarmed by the size of him. >> there weren't many options. >> and then we met george adamson. his wife, joy adamson, had written the book "born free," which was made into a film, hugely popular. now, here was a man who knew more about lions than anybody else in the world offer inging to rehabilitate christian. >> he believed you could have an extraordinary emotional attachment to lions. >> before we could even get him to africa, there was a lot of legalese that had to go on. the concept of bringing a lion to africa was rather alien. surely, we have enough lions in africa. >> for the first few days, christian did spend a lot of time on the camp beds and we were worried we had spoiled him. >> first of all, he had too much coat. he was fit, but not fighting fit. not african fit. >> it was so beautiful to be in africa, where we could just walk down to the river with him in the evening, him just lulling, just hanging out with him. we could see that george was enjoying him, was beginning to appreciate him. >> we were out there for several months and, after a while, george thought it wou
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Apr 18, 2016 2:00am PDT
. my exclusive talk with george clooney. >> i think it's an insane amount of money. it's ridiculous to have this amount of money in politics. >> clooney on trump and hillary and all that money in politics. >> i think there's a difference between the koch brothers and us. >>> plus, the republican party at war with itself. >> this is a rigged system. the republican system is a rigged system. >> the trump campaign is trying to be more disciplined. but is it too late for the candidate to change the script? republican chairman reince priebus joins me. >>> also north carolina new so called bathroom law. does it discriminate against the lgbt community? i'll ask the governor, pat mccrory if reaggregates signing that law. joining me is chris matthews. kathleen parker. radio talk show host hugh hewitt and perry bacon. welcome to sunday, it is "meet the press." >> from nbc news in washington, this is "meet the press" with chuck todd. >> good sunday morning. donald trump got wiped out in the delegate race in yet another state yesterday. in wyoming, ted cruz won all the delegates that were up for g
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