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NBC
Feb 8, 2016 2:00am EST
quite the way he did. a handsome boy scout of a firefighter named george tiaffay. george was the genuine article. an all american good guy. he'd 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 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, "he
NBC
Feb 8, 2016 1:05am MST
somethg." >> wn george left the military with the ranof ctain, he took a corpote engineering job, but soon reized thalife in an office building wasn't for he wanted to work for real people, which is whyeorge pu aside that fcyegre his and went to vegas to train as a firefighter/emt. >> focusing on himselfot how he wanted to le his life. he wanted to serve. to ser >>o while auna served drks athe palms, georgeved as re fighter and found time to volunteer, do what he could for the down on thr luck sls who li on e fringes of smuch glitz. in 2004, thehad a ba. >>here's dad andam >> she loved it. r dahteras the most imanthin h in is worl andverything e did revolved arounher daughter. >> then, two years lat, a rriage in hawaii. just the three of them ba i backn gait was ausy, complicad lifehat with george 2hour sfts, and shauna's night tim at the casino. and th iwas ptember th3:00.m e lk thempty lhe r, start pedwa fromhe strip and der at fl moon headed home. her. it was 9:00 a. when ge arrived withheir daughter. she'd spent the night at grandma' he at the firehouse work.t y wathe ga dr ?
NBC
Jan 17, 2016 8:00pm EST
, office manager george said dr. fata went to great lengths to ensure everything was done his way. >> he had cameras and microphones in the ceiling and walls. would periodically review that to ensure people were in the right place and saying the right things. >> wait a minute. a lot of businesses have cameras. for security purposes so you don't steal stuff. you are saying in this practice there were cameras to keep an eye on what people were doing? >> yes. >> did you find that unusual? >> well, i did find it unusual. but myself and a lot of others just thought it was something that he required because he was controlling. >> it was under the direction of dr. fata that monica was given her first dose of chemotherapy a nurse delivered the cocktail of chemo drugs and sent her home to rest. how did you feel afterwards? >> i was sad. i was frustrated. >> when you went home? >> it was really emotional for steve and i. >> given what she had seep her n her family members go through, monica was bracing herself for the side effects to take hold. something unexpected happened. monica tripped
NBC
Feb 8, 2016 12:40am CST
george's 24 hour shifts, and shauna's night times at the casino. and then it was september 29th, 3:00 a.m. she walked the empty lot to her car, started it, pointed away from the strip. and under that full moon headed home. no idea what was waiting for her. it was 9:00 a.m. when george she'd spent the night at grandma's, he at the firehouse at work. but why was the garage door open? and what was that inside? george had grown accustomed to trauma and death. but this? >> i think i need to report a break in and a murder. >> when we return, a chilling discovery. shauna tiaffay found beaten to death inside her home and then some of shauna's personal items found outside the house. what might they reveal about the killer? >> what crosses your mind when you realize someone walking away from the scene discarded things as a stranger or predator does. >> a predator, sexual predator. it added this other level of clean to it. it just kinda like...wiped everything clean. 6x cleaning 6x whitening i actually really like the 2 steps. step 1, cleans step 2, whitens. every time i use thistogether, it felt li
NBC
Feb 6, 2016 8:00pm EST
room 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 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 reported seeing a spee
NBC
Jan 17, 2016 8:00pm EST
. the doctor told george dr. fata was giving chemotherapy to a ave cancer. >> i didn't believe him, because quite frankly, i knew of all of were involved inpatients. >> surely, somebody would have said something. >> somebody should have said something. is doctor with a wild story. >> wild story. this is left field stuff. >> you are not buying it. >> i'm not buying it. i thought he was trying to get tract. >> it was a few days later, thinking about all of the practitioners made over the time that i had been there. >> george has no medical unusually aggressive treatment was sometimes a point of conflict in the office., i don't necessarily agree we should have given this injection or doctors saying, i don't really feel comfortable with the treatment fata has. >> suddenly, all these little conversations come back to mind. >> these conversations come to mind.hink maybe, maybe the doctor has something. >> george decided to find out more. he spoke to a nurse in the office who said she had recentlyed dr. fata about giving one particular drug to patients who didn't need it. he then made cop
NBC
Oct 31, 2016 2:02am EDT
. narrator: this week on george to the rescue, a heartwarming transformation for a couple with big hearts. so it's really not me saving her. narrator: so grab your sledgehammer and join us for a few close calls-- one issue-- and this, i haven't even brought up to you or nick. narrator: --on the way to the big reveal. here we go. welcome home. oh my god, what a difference. hi, my name is gail renner. and i'm kevin. i believe in my hometown, secaucus, new jersey. well, i was originally born in queens, new york. from there, i worked my way into the city. and then i was on the upper west side when i met gail. gail: we've been together for 10 years, kevin and i. we actually met online. you were really the first person that i reached out to. d that in your profile-- and i loved dogs, so i said, why don't we meet and walk our dogs? i didn't really want to do anything else but that. it was just kind of like a meeting. i wanted to make sure you weren't a weirdo. and then we were together from then on. kevin: yep. gail: yeah. kevin: for me, it was always the conversations. we were always tal
NBC
Nov 14, 2016 2:02am EST
about the bathroom room safety because if she slips, she's going to get very hurt. if george can come in and rescue the fear that i feel inside on a daily basis, that would be magnificent. [music playing] i'm george oliphant. mike, right? yeah donna, mikayla. do you know who this is, mikayla? oh, my goodness. that's george. i heard your story, and i'm so sorry for what you guys are dealing with. and we're gonna give you the bathroom that you need and that you deserve, a beautiful bathroom for you, too, mikayla. it's gonna be beautiful. can you say, thank you? thank you. george: you're very welcome. so to help us out on this rescue, i've got rob tell from intellebuild. he's gonna be our gc. he's gonna take care of all the nuts and bolts. i've got tyler wisler, "george to the rescue" alumni. i'm just kind of excited to see what he does with the space. all right, so, rob, tyler, this is currently the myhre's bathroom. and as you can see, it's unusable, really, for donna. she can't get in here. absolutely, this is very inaccessible for her to get around, not functional at all. defini
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 15, 2015 2:03am EDT
san diego county's curiously named george bailey detention facility. >> merry christmas. >> merry christmas, george! >> reporter: a different george bailey, you may recall, was jimmy stewart's character in "it's a wonderful life." which actually described larry hoagland's life at one point. good friends, a loving family, the respect of his community. by the time i sat down across from larry, much of that had evaporated. he stood accused of trying to kill his wife with a pipe bomb. and his first words to me was that police had the wrong man. >> i did not try to kill my wife. i'm adamant about this. >> reporter: the only thing larry said was true was that he did have an affair. >> i was cheating on my wife. i was cheating on my family. >> reporter: you were in love with somebody else? >> yeah, i was. yes, i was. to be perfectly frank, yes. >> reporter: and you were what, going to ask your wife for a divorce? >> yes. >> reporter: and walk out? >> that was pretty much it, yes. i let a lot of people down, i deceived a lot of people. i forsook a lot of people, i did. >> reporter: is tha
NBC
Oct 31, 2016 1:30am EDT
-election. in 1992, four days before election day, president george h.w. bush's hopes were hurt when defense secretary casper weinberger, former defense secretary at the time was implicated in the iran contra scandal. then the weekend before the election in 2000 it was revealed that george w. bush had been arrested decades earlier for drunk driving. news that helped al gore pull even in the polls. that was actually november surprise technically. there's no way of knowing yet whether fbi director james comey's announcement will take its place among these more celebrated october surprises. we do know that justice department officials strongly discouraged comey from going public. democrats have moved from reacting with caution to responding with anger. they say if comey doesn't know whether the e-mails are significant or whether they were sent to or from hillary clinton, then why go public right before the election?
NBC
Nov 5, 2016 8:00pm CDT
george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. ? ? ? this is the time ? ? the time for harmony ? ? let love be the song ? ? that everybody sings ? s.c. johnson. marie believes that her chicken pot pie gives you the perfect recipe for catching up with family. so she takes the time to prepare a golden flakey crust made from scratch. and mixes crisp vegetables with all white meat chicken because marie callender knows that making the perfect dinner isn't easy as pie, but finding someone to enjoy it with sure is. marie callender's it's time to savor and know there's even more to savor ? ? what? is he gone?? finally, i thought he'd never leave... tv character: why are you texting my man at 2 a.m.? no... if you want someone to leave you alone, you pretend like you're sleeping. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. lfies in the kitchen does not make you a model. ? harry's meeting clients from far away
NBC
Nov 9, 2016 2:00am EST
majority than george w. bush. in fact, when he came into office in 2000. he's got, if he wants to govern with the congressional majority, he's got the ability to do it. we're all -- i think everybody is trying to figure out how is that going to work? >> they have an r by their name. >> let me quickly make another projection. it is the state of alaska. nbc news predicts that donald 54% to 37%, trump over clinton right now in alaska. as we come down and look at that race to 270 it inches trump closer but not quite there. look at that map. a sea of red with illinois kind of breaking it up there in the middle. >> lester, arizona, 11, he leads in wisconsin. she does heed in minnesota and new hampshire. any comp nag of thobination of r leads i believe does it. >> kevin tibbles is in michigan. he can count some of those votes or the people around him. >> reporter: well, you know, lester, this has been such an yes, we are in gerald ford country here, but i can tell you from talking to the several hundred people that were here earlier, obviously the crowd has thinned out as has across the country
NBC
Nov 14, 2016 1:30am EST
over george w. bush. she will almost surely percentage points. elections are not won that way. they are won and lost in the electoral college. trump's victory sparked protests over the past few days. one question many people are asking is, how did the polls get it so wrong? hillary clinton has one answer. yesterday she said fbi director james comey's two e-mail announcements 11 days before the election and the other two days before the election proved fatal.
NBC
Sep 10, 2012 3:05am EDT
than the democratic party as a hole. george w. bush's are not remembered fondly. he has not figured out how to separate himself from that. it was bill clinton's great challenge in '92. he had to separate himself from the old orthodoxies of the democratic party. he figured out ways to do it. that's why he won. romney has yet to figure out how to do it. >> mayor castro, seems to me it comes down to one question, do americans blame this president for the job situation or do they listen to president clinton who said nobody could have fixed it faster, not even me? i mean that seems to be -- if americans believe that, then maybe they give him a chance. >> i think president clinton did a stellar job, as usual, making the case that we see now 30 straight months of private sector job growth, 4.6 million jobs created. and i believe that the folks see that kind of progress around the country. and so for mitt romney to say, well, there's been no progress whatsoever, folks can tell the difference between what they see out there, and what he's saying. >> peggy noonan, where is this race right now
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