Skip to main content

About your Search

20090604
20171022
STATION
KGO (ABC) 100
DATE
2011 54
2010 29
2012 13
2013 4
SPONSOR
LANGUAGE
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 100
ABC
Jul 25, 2011 6:00pm PDT
report. a presidential address to the nation. countdown to crisis. >> good evening, i'm george stephanopoulos at abc news headquarters in new york. we wi we're about to hear from the two men facing off, president obama and house speaker john boehner back to back. you see the ticking clock. in over a week we hit our credit limit. the president and the speaker have been negotiating for months often in secret on a plan to extend that limit and cut the deficit but those talks have deadlocked. so democrats and republicans now in a collision course. here's why the stakes are so high. if no deal is reached this week america will lose its aaa credit rating. that could cripple our struggling economy costing every american family. jake tapper at the white house. what we're seeing is classic use of the tactics. >> reporter: he will talk about how the house will pass a bill that probably can't pass the senate. the senate is about to pass one that can't pass the house and say the time for this deadlock is over and there needs to be a premium on compromise but there is a risk here, george. i
ABC
Aug 11, 2010 6:00pm PDT
. >> this is just surviving now. p i pay, it's just the whole day is -- it's shattered. >> george has a commercial license arks louing him to use loading zone in front of a store until 4:00. when this lane is supposed to be cleared. george knows the rules so we take a look at the ticket. >> i think the time is wrong. >> george called i team and accompanied him to the transportation agency mta. it turns out he was caught on video by a forward-looking camera on a bus there is the time that says 16:33. >> i wasn't out until 4:30, it's before 4:00. around 3:30. >> to get to the bottom of this, there was a public records act request three weeks ago. results just come back. 17 buses, the they failed to account for savings time. the clocks were called one hour, technicians didn't catch it for three months. the mta issued 510 tickets based on the wrong time. >> this is a classic mistake. you've got to fix it bus cameras were a pet project of the mayor. we broke the news to him about the time problem that today's ground breaking for the new terminal oo. after those folks that got those citatio
ABC
Oct 28, 2011 6:00pm PDT
, they stod demand. >> to the election for direct attorney now. a recent usf poll shows george gascone leading the incumbent. there is diverse stands and should be a lively contest. >> former police chief was appointed district attorney in january by mayor newsom. he succeeded camela harris sh elected attorney. and he's a lawyer and veteran police officer. an early proponent of the crime tracking system credited with reducing crime and believes his management skills make him the best candidate for the job. >> you're hiring a person going to run the organization. the experience here is understanding criminal justice system. and how do you deal with communities? >> hi, you guys. >> the deputy district attorney in alameda county. she grew up in san francisco. she's a national known expert in human trafficking cases and heads a special operations unit handling dna and cold cases and believes her trial experience makes her qualified for the job. >> only one ready for a prosecutor job is a prosecutor, if you're hiring a chef i'm the only one doing cooking now. and this makes a big di
ABC
Nov 9, 2011 6:00pm PST
other two elected offices in san francisco. district attorney george gascone wins a four-year term with 64% of the vote z there are thousands of ballots yet to be counted supervisor mercurin sismt on the way to becoming the next sheriff. >> unions seeing both victory and defeat tonight. voters asked about binding arbitration rights. in ohio, defeating a measure yesterday n palo alto, abc 7 reports arbitration for police officers and firefighters is now gone. >> they gave the right to binding arbitration 33 years ago, city officials say it's been used six times but no more and voters rescinded by passing measure d, 67% of the vote. >> there are voters thinking city council needed to have ability to make these choices rather than a third party who doesn't know palo alto well. >> firefighters union is disappointed by the yourt come. >> i'm sure the economy has been a factor. city budgets as been strained as of late. >> and we contacted police officers association but did not get a response. they take away arbitration for police and fire. issue under study next week. and palo alto city
ABC
Jul 20, 2013 6:00pm PDT
downtown oakland for a peaceful and passionate rally, condemning the acquittal of george zimmerman in the shooting of trayvon martin. one of about 100 nationwide rallies organized by rev revved al sharpton, the protesters demanding the federal government file. civil rights charges against george zimmerman. >> we know -- african-americans -- goes a state of mind of racial perception of african-americans. and so the justice department has to look at that question. >> let's all honor what barack obama said. whether you're -- >> the mayor tried to address the crowd, praising president obama's speech on race, but she was heckled and intoed. unlike protests when oakland police admit they were unprepared and vandals smashed windows and injured people, this time there were many officers quietly watching the event, which went from noon until 3:00 this afternoon. there were in arrests, peaceful. no damage. there's a candlelight vigil at 7:30 tonight at lake merritt. >> as a precaution, several businesses kept their windows boared up in downtown oakland. bank of america and california bank and trust
ABC
Dec 9, 2010 6:00pm PST
than $20,000 per year. those folks could pay more. in oakland george fuse is packing carrots in a food bank. he is volunteering here to help out and his struggling start up communications company left him with very little this year. >> you might make $8,000. maybe $12,000. >> and his taxes could go up. if the deal with the g.o.p. goes through. >> the key is that they need to stop being politicians and start being advocates. that is why they were sent there. and they need to get to this. >> across the bay, rej yeena is picking up groceries. a school cuss stolin making less than 20,000s thdz year, and could be hit with $200 in taxes. >> it's going to be a lot to me to have to pay extra $200 a year. it will. >> there are a lot of regina and georges in sal ala media county. a quarter million of them. >> average income is $1200 a month. >> in san francisco county director of the food bank told us there are almost as many. >> i would say around 200,000. etc. a significant amount of people. >> house democrats are rebelling against the deal. and this includes a cut in the estate tax. agai
ABC
Mar 23, 2011 6:00pm PDT
rocks and trees and is costing locals money and spoiling vacations for tourists. george warren got into the valley and is live tonight. >> and this is because of heavy snow and it remains closed because that same storm knocked out power. and and yosemite landmarks appear briefly as fog lifts. sadly there are precious few people here in the park tone joy the view. how else can you explain a herd of mule deer? >> sometimes you'll see deer into this and and this is pretty special. >> and there is heavy snow causing problems last weekend. it's what happened outside of the park that is keeping it closed. this is a mer yesterday river canyon. and over the weekend, the side of the canyon let loose. and took down the main power lines into yosemite. no lights, no heat. no visitors. >> the last time the park was closed for an extended period of time was in 1997ed into. there has been a while here and there there are closures for a day last year there was a bad snow storm. lots of trees were falling. we did close the park for about a day. and an extended closure hasn't happened since the 1987
ABC
Nov 7, 2011 6:00pm PST
. george miller sounded in front of a receptive audience. congressman miller toured the plant which is now operating with 700 workers and acknowledged china is eating into u.s. steel. >> because china can dump steel on the market. >> and chinese insist they've raised value of the rur kenzie 30% since 2005. and the congressman miller says it's 30% lower than it ought to be and congress needs to pass a law. >> this is hurting europe and asia and hurting latin america and the united states. and and it's not to stop. >> and the chip yeez able to under bid u.s. manufacturers by $400 kblinl. caltrans took the bid because it's $7 billion, it's the most expensive in the world. and there are fears adding tariffs could result in a trade war. >> the president of the pittsburgh steel plant tells me china can't afford to damage the u.s. economy and it is hurting china. >> this is stifling your own service and productivity by relying on a crutch called currency manipulation. >> the speaker john boehner won't bring it up for a vote. a spokesman told abc 7 the speaker is committed to a level playin
ABC
Jan 28, 2011 6:00pm PST
appearance on george lopez's talk show last night. there is a nautical theme here. you can see... there is some bizarre conversation. >> what's happening with the outfit? >> i meet folks for the first time they say you look like characters. chuck norris is one of them with a little edge. >> are you chuck norris with a little edge? >> a tiny bit. >> how would you relate to chuck norris? >> he's been known to throw a 100 miles per hour fast fall. i've been known to throw chuck norris 100 miles per hour. i could do have a scooner, it's double parked out front. there are aminutes until i get a ticket. >> so strange. >> there is a kid at the suns game,ing goes through the rim. he somehow is okay. okay. just look at the guy behind him. that is -- you cannot do what if you tried. and this is hard. >> luckily he's a gung kid. >> yes. yes. >> and let's get to spencer with a look at weather. >> i want to dust off what a difference a day makes, 16 degrees cooler than yesterday's high. and there is image shows approaching frontal system going to bring us big changes over the weekend. there
ABC
Feb 22, 2011 6:00pm PST
marina district in 1989. george lived through it. >> i looked down the street and i saw some houses in the middle of the street. >> and dr. bergman warns of worse. the hayward fault is overdue for a quake and around san francisco, previous generations made a habit of building. they did it on alameda and south of market and here in, the marina. when, not if the quake hits those areas face severe risks. >> loma prieta three times as far from the district. >> damage would be larger. earthquake a similar size, it would be very sad. >> in this case would it not be an after shock. and we don't want to be the bearer of bad tidings but they've done studies and they're talking about when the hayward quake does hit, talking about thousands of deaths of people in the bay area and an estimated $150 billion, with a b, dollars in damage. >> from san francisco wayne freedman abc 7 news. >> thank you, wayne. >> tonight in new zealand crews have evacuated an area one around of the tallest buildings in christchurch. officials say the hotel moved about three feet sideways in just the past hour and now le
ABC
Mar 6, 2012 6:00pm PST
showdown. >>> good evening. i'm diane sawyer, with george stephanopoulos. and super tuesday is going into overtime here, as we watch what's going to happen. ten states are voting, as you know. and at stake, 437 delegates. and right now, all eyes on ohio, because mitt romney, in the exit polling, has been showing to pull ahead an electability. but rick santorum pulls ahead on understanding the problems of the average americans. >> this will be the decisive ballot of the night. it's way too close to call. mitt romney is going to win the most delegates tonight. he's won three states. virginia, vermont, his home state of massachusetts. everybody has won something tonight. everybody stays in. no one is dropping out of this race at all. mitt romney will pick up more delegates than inelse. he's the only candidate who can mathematically get the amount of delegates he needs. but if he loses ohio tonight, it will be a sign of his weakness in the general election campaign. rick santorum will keep fighting hard. >> the story changes, anything
ABC
Mar 4, 2011 6:00pm PST
police reports. the district attorney george gascone is investigating whether the same officers may have tainted other cases. he was police chief, he see nose conflict of interest and n.launching this probe. >> this office will come back. it's a thorough and unbiased investigation f there are acts of misconduct that took place they'll be prosecute ootd interim police chief announced while the investigations continue, he is shut doung the plain clothed unit at southern station where six officers work. >> i'm going to look at everything. super vision, and i'm going look at training and everything. we're going to audit the operation autos the six officers have been assigned to desk duty. the chief says he'll assign other officers to work that district, including sixth street, a known hot spot for drug trafficking. >> california unemployment rate dropped in january, good news. the bad news is that unemployment went up here in the bay area. the state's jobless rate stands at 12.4%. it's down a ten blg of a point. it's the 17th month at 12% or higher, marin, san francisco, san mateo count
ABC
Apr 21, 2011 6:00pm PDT
and the bulls going up x. paul george cherry picking and thrown down. pacers up five. and danny granger ties it. and 20 seconds left. one on three with a left hand and bulls up two . he goes for the win . rangers were not even close. bulls take a 3-0 lead . take your life in your own hands. first round of the heritage . ricky on 14 and issues with the wedge and doubly bogey at 5. and three over. and shipping for eagle on five. excuse me mr. caddy. garrett willis . the trophy given annually. who knows what it will give out. the party was raucus and the team rooted through the treats of drid . they dropped it . the bus rolled over the top. oops. the team spokesperson said the cup is not in good shape. you think. >> i am dan ashleigh. >>> and i am carolyn johnson. >>> and i am carolyn johnson. thanks for watching.púpúpúpúpúpú captioned by closed captioning services, inc. this is "jeopardy!" today's contestants are an insurance filings analyst from seattle, washington... a film preservationist originally from anchorage, alaska... and our returning champion, a high school engli
ABC
Dec 7, 2011 6:00pm PST
dyean sawer and george stephanopoulos. >> syrian president is denying he ordered a bloody crack down in an exclusive interview with barbara walters. walters questioned him over images and evidence of civilians being tortured and killed by his military and police. >> we don't kill our people. nobody kills, no government in the world kills itself people and for me, as president i became president because of the public support. it's impossible for anyone in this state to give orders to kill. >> walters tried to explain the difference between his answers skb what has been reported in the streets since march. >> it wasn't that he was defiant. it was like a disconnect. he says it wasn't him who ordered crack downs. it was a security forces. it was the government. but i said you're the government. no. i am am the president. >> you can see the rest of the interview tonight on night line at 11:00. >> one of the best known character actors in hollywood died. he passed away after a battle with pneumonia. best known for the role on m.s.a. -- m.a.s.h.. today co-star mike farrell says he was
ABC
Feb 10, 2011 6:00pm PST
was a stunner when george gasdon gave up his job to become the city d.a.. his friend became interim chief. now, he wants to keep the post yes, i filled out the paper work he has served about a year and a half. and the police officer association is in the department not an outsider run things. >> i think it's important that we have someone who has a good sense of the history of the department so they'll know what worked and what needs to be changed. >> those we know have applied include veteran captains greg sur, and dennis o'leary. tony riviera was chief from 1992 to 96, is now a criminal justice expert. he believes an insider is key. >> we have a quality department. i don't think we need to shake things up. i think what we need is pro active leadership. >> the commission is on the fast track, already whittling the list from 75 to 24. >> at this point the reality is limiting our choices. this person can be a ten or 11 month chief because a new mayor is going to come. that person might want to select someone different. >> the current interim mayor will choose from three finalists and
ABC
Sep 24, 2010 6:00pm PDT
. so that we can move forward in this case. >> in placerville, george warren, abc 7 news. >> this case against his wife continues to move forward. but a grand jury reportedly handed down an indictment. would make her preliminary hearing unnecessary. >> we now have a cell phone video of the fake arrest of a teenager in san jose. the family of a 15-year-old took took this video and gave to it our media partner saying they wanted people to see how a police officer abused his authority saying he came to their home when he found out their son was having sex with his 14-year-old step daughter. >> this does not bode well for you. do you know what that means? not a good thing. the person you had sex with is a cop's daughter. >> this shows a person who is controlled and concerned about an unhealthy and unlawful sexual relationship. >> the district attorney is reviewing this case to see if the officer will face charges. >> there is a california lawmaker accusing pg&e for being asleep at the foot for not fixing dangerous pipelines. senate majority leader fired off a letter today, demand they
ABC
Feb 9, 2011 6:00pm PST
tiger woods swing coach. he's not happy with results of tank. and there is george lopez. if you're a golfer this is a dream. >> spirit of the people is real. the spirit of the place is real. and you tack on, you know chamber of commerce weather and we're lucky to be here. >> i don't think we're peaking too soon. i think we're just right. i think there will be a lot of those at the end of the day. do you know what i'm say something. >> there is $1 bills everywhere. >> matt cane playing tomorrow. for amateurs goal is simple. make the cut. find a way to get to sunday. pitchers and catchers going to trort spring training tuesday. and there is cane asked what ch is more nerve wrack something. >> it might be more out here at times. you just got much that is on your shoulders but there is times to go and make a pitch. i would say you need to make a play out here and there is pressure there. >> there is more golf courage, african american decent he's not tiger woods. he grew up in sarah to goa. mike shumann reports he's trying to show he belongs on the tour. >> yes. >> great up and down. >>
ABC
Oct 3, 2011 6:00pm PDT
jobs. president obama defended the loan in an interview with george stephanopoulos. >> hind sight is always 20-20. it went through the regular review process. >> a venture capitolist tried to wave a warning flag. brad jones a founding partner at red point ventures warned lawrence summers that quote, i can't imagine it's a good way for the government to use taxpayer money. and bruce cane expects heads to roll over this. >> if you make a huge mistake or misjudgment costs billions of dollars and embarrassment to the president that you will be held accountable for that. to not fire anyone would be a mistake. a political mistake. >> cane says energy secretary is a likely target. the department of energy reviewed and monitored the loan. but the e mail trail maying only the beginning. >> we may find that fund raising or political influence played a role so we don't know the extent of people that had their jobs on the line. >> there insight in the way top donors have given insight into the way decisions are evaluated for potential political fallout. >> and american foreign exchange studenten
ABC
Sep 1, 2011 6:00pm PDT
the principle backers, george kaiser, an oklahoma billin yair. and he had no comments so far. an accountability report found the energy department was favoring some and disadvantaging others in the white house saying the president is committed to the idea that we need to make investments in clean energy technology. >> and talking about a close call. a car came within inches of flying out of a parking garage near the msoconi center. the mazda dangled four stories around 1:15 today. police believed the car had a problem and a employee was trying to help a customer move it. the car smashed through the panels on the building, shattered glass and steel, topples to the streets. >> there is a large metal support that holds cars back. held back by four boltds. and almost came through and. >> a garage employee complained of air sore knee. >> fight to resolve 100 lawsuits trigger bid department's deadly pipeline explosion moved to courts. a dozen lawyers met with a judge to iron out how to resolve the lawsuit. they want a bell weather trial. >> you take four cases and try them at once. and
ABC
Dec 8, 2010 6:00pm PST
. slicing through defense and george hill just a terrific young player, spurs leading 57-47. and a's didn't want to bring jack back. now he'll get to face them 18 times per year. and there is reportedly coming to terms with a one year contract with the mariners. he started for oakland and there is a's in the market for another designated hitter. >> irvine myer resigned and looking like he's quitting. a year ago he announced he's leaving because of health concerns now he says he just wants to spend time with the skbif kids and now is the time to go. >> at the end of the day i'm convinced you're going to be judged on how you are as a husband, a father. not if you -- how many bowl games you won. >> more from pop warner national championship in orlando. there is looking like cam newton rolling down field. and he's gone. hawks blank the east bay wildcats. and i just want to write the name down. and there is like five to 10 years. >> look goods. >> thank you. >> and it's wet out there. let's check on the forecast. >> just a half hour ago, the rain focused on the east bay. now into the sout
ABC
Feb 20, 2012 6:00pm PST
down by george washington. this is flai gant right there. get pay back, look at the ball. and there is one more time in slow motion. yes. >> that is fun and undignified. >> that is our report. have a good night everyone. >> see you at 9:00 can you enjoy vegetables with sauce and still reach your weight loss goals? you can with green giant frozen vegetables. over twenty delicious varieties have sixty calories or less per serving and are now weight watchers-endorsed. try green giant frozen vegetables with sauce. the progresso chicken noodle you made is so good. it's got tender white meathicken. the way i always made it for you. one more thing.... those pj's you like, i bought you five new pairs. love you. did you see the hockey game last night? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. sure. what flavor? mm, one of each. lemon burst, hm, cherry orchard, blackberry harvest... my daughter's grabbing some yoplait. pina colada, orange creme. i can't imagine where she is... strawberry cheesecake. [ grocery store pa ] clean up in aisle eight. found her! [ female announcer ] yopl
ABC
Sep 27, 2010 6:00pm PDT
measure of hope to thousands of underwater homeowners. >> record setting career of the raiders george blandon. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> governor schwartzeneggar blasting backers of an effort to suspend the global warming legislation that he signed into law. and this after the noorng the governors argument. >> he signed it four years ago today. fourth anniversary. ab 32, a big part of arnold schwartzeneggar's leg gassy. he is campaigning to stop proposition 23. the november ballot measure would suspend those global warming laws. the governor told the common wealth club audience oil companies are spending millions to promote proposition 23 with a bogus jobs argument. >> does anyone believe this companies out of the goodness of their black oil hearts are spending millions and millions of dollars to protect jobs? >> the governor says the laws are creating the economy of the future. >> billions of dollars in green venture capitol has come to the state. bottom line is that we're creating action here in this state. >> asked about meg whitman's recent dec
ABC
Dec 22, 2010 6:00pm PST
here. >> in sacramento george warren abc 7 news. >> and we know why two navy helicopters were hovering low this fault. pilots positioned them just feet above the water but didn't have power keep hovering. both dipped into water. the damage caused half a million dollars. an official says they're taking pictures for facebook page and will not be punished for actions. >> and there is unemployed union members delivered cards to gavin newsom urging him to sign a local hiring law that would require 20% of the workers be san francisco residents increasing until it reaches 50%. >> you can't take nothing from nothing. >> the mayor's office did not make promises. >> this worst thing we can do is overpromise and under deliver. this is a complex piece of information. we want to make sure that that is real. >> the controller estimates this law would pump 270 million over next 10 years. >> and president obama allowing gay men and women to serve openly for the first time. a retired navy commander stood beside the president. and mark matthews is here with the story. >> doning has i dits stimp
ABC
Oct 7, 2011 6:00pm PDT
the world or bury our heads in the sand. >> george clooney runs for president in "the eyes of march". should you giviviviviviviviviviñ i've got nothing against these do-it-yourself steam-cleaning enthusiasts. git's good fothm@e customeroó@ get to know their own carpet. and spending the day moving furniture and lugging around a hot water extraction unit can be a rush! i know. that's why i'm carpet for life. but look, if things get out of hand, and the place starts smelling like wet gym sock, there's no shame in calling a professional. i respect you for trying. ♪call 1-800-steemer. >> the september unemployment numbers are out and seems the crisis isn't getting better. the nation added 103,000 new jobs to keep us out of another recession for now. and what this report did is ease fears of a new recession, one analyst says skies are not falling yet but tells us things aren't getting better. the problem is that it continues to affect consumer confidence and spending represents 70% of our economy. september numbers were better than in the previous months. main reason? nearly half of t
ABC
Feb 11, 2011 6:00pm PST
leader board the team two shots off the pace. george lopez's duo 16 under. and matt cane is 14 under. tiger woods is looking for his first win in over a year gone halfway around the world to get it playing dubai desert classic. and there is a 13th hole of the day. sorry. probably used that five years now. and it gets a laugh out of someone every time, thank you. tiger's six under 66. the irishman with a 68 today is on top. and sharks putting their win streak on the line tonight. sharks climb together top of the pacific division trying to stay there. there is physical play tonight in jersey. jamal mayors and doug murray laying guys out. and excellent again tonight. scoreless in the third. patty marlo here circled on the door step. puts it in the net 1-0 san jose that. did not last long. grip it and rip it. a slap shot ties it up with four minutes left. and there is a five on the emmy. and there is a two one loss in new jersey. don't know if jackie mcsee has a few tour but he's the quarterback of the university of connecticut put together this you tube clip. three stories up into
ABC
Mar 7, 2012 6:00pm PST
. >> yes. >> and late george cashar may be the most famous underground film maker but a huge inspiration to many. we're learn morgue about him through an exhibition where he taught 40 years. and don sanchez has a preview. this exhibition is like walking into his studio. videos showing his films and they're tawdry, tender and influential. >> i think it's really amazing qualities to the work. so it can be a documentary and one scene, next can just jump into soap opera. >> his films were inspirational to main stream film makers and his students. >> it's really liberating. you think about more film and emotion. and there is a not a medium in a sense. >> the film might cost him $6 mill yichblt he made 300 of them. >> george and his twin brother started making films at just 11 years old. their work was avane guard. >> tokes from this film "hold me while i'm naked". and his film "i, an actress" has been added to the library of congress. pretty good company for an underground film maker. >> it's a classic. >> he's getting recognition. >> and academy awards there is a section of people passed thr
ABC
Nov 2, 2010 6:00pm PDT
cutting across the political spectrum. as proof we give you george hefter. >> i got laid off. >> jeffrey and and i'm unemployed. >> and have been unemployed about eight month. >> now, a surprise. steve worked as a volunteer. jeffrey did the same as republican headquarters. elainey worked in a polling place. george walked door to door for tea party. >> i will say i found politics is a religion about last year about this time, when i lost my job. >> and so the big push today as volunteers getting out the votes, democrats called mostly first time voters from 2008. republicans cost a wider net z in pleasanton. george and his tea party note whod had not voted then went to their house autos looks like no one is home. so i'll leave this on the front door. hopefully they'll come home in time, then go to vote. >> unofficial conkens sus yus? a lot of people did vote. >> i think they're trying to support their base, whatever it is. >> that democratic process is in action from danville to store fronts of oakland some of your 12.4%. they don't have jobs but have not stopped working. >> wi
ABC
Dec 28, 2010 6:00pm PST
that i have told for better than 20 years and i stole it from george carlin. you know? if you're going to steal, steal from the best. >> reaction to news of the firing was immediate. >> this is amazing. >> lefty odule's saw an opportunity. >> this year was the best toy drive we ever had. and thanks to lefty o' doule's. they hit the goal. a lot of kids got toy autos in 1939 it evolved from firefighters repairing broken bikes to a true celebration. >> just amazing to see the toys coming in here and piling up in this back room. >> as fate would have it after 74 years, station 30 will have to move. the toy drive needs a new space for next yeefr. >> and we're trying to find a city building which is vacant. >> there is always this guy. he seems to have a knack for bringing atension to a good cause z after rested, he may be able to help save another holiday. >> and some more good news for you here. thanks to a search of last minute donations, shelves were empty so we aired the story here and by thursday, the community came through with about 2800 toys in four days. wells fargo wrote a check f
ABC
Feb 9, 2012 6:00pm PST
i want to say thanks to those guys, john, george and ringo. >> mccartney's star next to the other beatles in hollywood and vine. he has a new album out and will be honored tomorrow as the music cares person of the year, sunday he's going to perform at the grammy autos for all buzz from hollywood you can go to oscar.com. don't wait for oscar sunday, you can go there now to help predict winners of the academy wards. >> you can down load the app going to give you lividdo from the red carpet and back stage. check it out. >> coming up, tiger's return to pebble beach. >> is he in the hunt? larry beil sup next with all of the sortsx!x!x!x!x!x!x!x!x!xt >>> here is a look at top seven stories on our web site right now. you can stay connected on abc 7 news.com. and hope you can join me tonight at 9:00 coming up then, they call it lensanity. a star is taking the by area by storm. >> then at 11:00 the new bart extension that could cost more than p,000 -- $3,000 per inch. >> that is a lot. >> frightening statistic. >> turning to sports and at and t pebble beach pro am. >> yes. tiger back. >> y
ABC
Sep 8, 2010 6:00pm PDT
encouraging large corporations to start putting their profits to work. >> on good morning america, george stephanopoulos put proposals through the house ranking republican autos will you support them now? >> george, i'm hoping to -- open to the president's ideas but i think the president is missing a bigger point here. >> the bigger point accord together congressman is government spending. >> until this is under control, i don't think he's these are going to have much impact. >> that is a big part of the reason why it's difficult to get legislation out of washington, d.c. during an election season, politics often trumps policy. >> often,. >> and you know, i don't know if this declines poll numbers. >> an hour before he was to speak they had to go into that college p get people to -- hey, are you doing anything? long way from 2005. >> thank you very much. >> san francisco's only gun store was granted a permit to resume selling weapons today. and their clients weren't enough to stop it. no showdown, but there was a clear victor at this permit here. highbridge arms, a gun shop in san francis
ABC
Aug 10, 2011 6:00pm PDT
, board executive george againry is concerned and fears the state still won't have enough money to battle wild fires because revenues can only be spent on fire protection, not fire fighting. >> the seismic retro fit project at san francisco general hospital turned into a wind fall for the city economy. the area is now a big pit rimmed with iron, steel and growing by the day. the project is on time and under budget and lining the city pockets in a good way. >> during the last two and a half years it's been in works and this contributed hundreds of zwrobtz economy. and to date, spent about $50 million. >> project should allow the hospital to ride out a major earthquake. >> new at 6:30 tonight a powerful interview you'll see on 7. a woman goes public for the first time with allegations of gang rape. >> and they were either assaulted and they were attempting to assault her and they were being entertained by the assault. >> they were lured into a troubling scenario. and they fell for it. >> and prosecutors say open files on this high profile assault case, just ahead. [ male announcer ] brace y
ABC
Mar 28, 2012 6:00pm PDT
again. >> and just ahead here abc news exclusive, video of george zimmerman just after the trayvon martin shooting that is galvanizing efforts to confront racism across the country including a rally now in san francisco. that story is ahead. >> and the supreme court hearings on health care overhaul may have become a case of all or nothing. >> and they said numbers and i said i've got several of the numbers, i'm pretty sure. >> he wasn't a big winner but $13,000 isn't bad, it's a reason things are looking up for this man. stay with us. >>> in details of a shooting death of an unarmed florida teenager. abc news uncovered video of george zimmerman the night the 17-year-old was shot and killed. you can see zimmerman here in handcuffs walking into the police department. zimmerman claims it was self-defense but there are no visible signs of blood on his face or clothing. zimmerman has not been charged. the shooting captured attention of the nation n san francisco glide memorial search is holding a special rally in honor of martin tonight, the reverend saying it's a cans to share thoughts
ABC
Jan 18, 2011 6:00pm PST
protections are successful. >> martinez congressman george miller. >> however you want to slice this pie there are millions of people now have protection. >> and in oakland a grass roots organization spawned by the obama campaign held a local version. julie anderson's daughter needs meds costing $400 a month. under the law, she can remain on her mother's insurance. >> i was so happy i won't have been able to afford to keep her on ed mx -- on medication. >> when this area gone's preexisting condition has been keeping heir from affordable coverage. >> i want to ask what have i dones a young person to be denied health care? because of preexisting conditions i can't control. >> this former regional director for health and human services under former president george w. bush its not easy to reframe it now. and i believe they framed it incorrectly at inception. >> he says democrats are bringing up popular parts of the legislation but leaving out the unpopular bits. >> mandate in particular is something that americans are uncomfortable with. >> a poll confirms the great majority would repea
ABC
Feb 27, 2012 6:00pm PST
of george lucas's film empire. >> snow winding down now. and chain requirements have been lifted on highway 50 but there is a bigger snow storm on the way. rain is coming our way. i'll have details in the forecast coming up. >> and how to parlay tax refund into a financial future i'm michael finney. 7 on your side is coming up. >> and later tonight we'll stream for ice cream as the biggest organic ice cream ch@h@h@ >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> along interstate 280 will remain closed because of a tanker truck. the patrol says the truck leaked some fuel at the top of the wolf road exit from southbound 280 just after 4:00. crews have to clean up the spilled fuel before the off ramp can be reopened and one person was injured in this accident. >> major changes today impacting america's cup sailing rairks it's coming to san francisco but it's a greatly scaled down deal. the project plan for the water front is now off. abc 7 is live along the embarcadero with details on this. mark? >> it's all about the big parking lot that you can see behind me. piers 30-
ABC
Mar 18, 2011 6:00pm PDT
. george mason university made headlines in 2006. the patriots, they're back. after stunning villanova in their opener today. the coach had an 11 seed five z.less than a minute to go. and george mason by two. free throws putting nova up by one. luke stepped back, jumper. and there is a gathered troops up by two. nova inbound with a chance to time. cory stokes hits the side of the back board. down to morrison. good night. game over z drive home safely. 61-57, george mason takes down nova and will advance to play ohio state. buck eyes shot 57% coasting. and 75-46. arz -- arizona wildcats pushed to the limit today by an athletic squad. and hill handing a passing lane and would finish with authority. there is less than four minutes left. there is a derek williams that, guy is a pro. there is joe jackson, yes. so down by two, there is miss on purpose. they get the rebound. williams rejects wesley witherspoon. arizona survives. and remember the name keith benson. nba spin. oakland out of michigan trying to hang with texas. and there is oakland within five, less than a minute to go. reggie halt
ABC
Sep 15, 2010 6:00pm PDT
republican who doesn't see it their way. george shults explains why he's co-chair of the no on prop 23 campaign. >> after all of these years we're starting to do something. >> shults supports ab 32 and says limiting oil consummation is critical. >> what is the money iran is using to build a nuclear weapon? oil money. so on around the world. and now, we have climate issues. >> on the other side? the california hispanic chamber of commerce saying prop 23 will save jobs. >> 23 will protect dins stories. >> the argument for prop 23 is that state economy is too fragile to be burdened with ab 32. >> yes on 23 is critical fro detectiving local businesses and jobs. >> other argument expressed by karmy fiorina is that california should not be setting standards alone. >> a better solution to ab 32 is a national energy policy. >> george shults says she's all wrong about prop 23 believes the golden state is leading from the ground up the same way the state led the nation in auto emission standards. >> you can't just wait for people in washington we've got to do something. and ground up work aut
ABC
Sep 6, 2011 6:00pm PDT
in the media. and george davis bared his body and soul while sitting on his pants. >> i see it both ways. it's it's nudist et yi quit. >> the supposed legislation must under go public hearings, since no food will be served we preassume clothing will remain optional. if you can't sit naked on a park bench what is left in the city? >> a lot. >> and it would seem even in a city like san francisco, there is a limit to toller yens. wayne freedman abc 7 news. >> thank you, wayne. >> and a fight over same-sex marriage that began in 2004 was w.unauthorized marriages in san francisco had yet another day in court. this time in the state high court. and california supreme court justices being asked whether those who want to prohibit gay marriage have a right to take this to a higher court. abc 7 sh live in the newsroom for us. carolyn? >> one of the plaintiffs pointed out 13 months ago today then u.s. district judge struck down prop 8 as unconstitutional. and those who don't want gays and lesbians to marry continue to challenge rulings. now, the state supreme court justices being asked to clar
ABC
Mar 9, 2013 6:00pm PST
his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. am join me tonight at 9:00 on cable 13. the rolling stones could be hitting the road this summer. we'll tell you what we know. then at 11:00 here on abc7, the kiss-in at a california mall after a same-sex couple says they were kicked out for kissing. all coming up at 9:00 and 11:00. >>> hundreds gathered today for the annual world naked bike ride. it kicked off just after noon in justin herman plaza in san francisco, winding up in the cass involvement participants say the goal is to call attention to a greener way of living. >> your time is running out to see a rare comet with the naked eye. this the comet pan-starrs. this amazing video was taken in western australia but you can see it for yourself. the best shot is tomorrow, about 15 minutes after twilight. the nasa scientist says the comet will be low on the western horizon so you need a relatively unon instructed vi
ABC
Feb 23, 2013 6:00pm PST
is really going to be a block butter. >> -- blockbuster. >> george has been on the red carp for 20 year covering hollywood, and he says is on the "on the red carpet" show. >> if it's one red carpet you want to be first, it's the oscars. >> and then begin the long walk down this red carpet. statues are getting ready to be unveiled. the police will be jammed with women in gowns that will make headlines, men in tuxes, and dreams and vision office the nominees. 10,000 passes have been issued. media from around the world. movies are big business in places like germany. >> we love american movies. we have all the movies you have two months later. >> they're live on tv. >> we're talk neglect nominees and everybody who is hot, who is in, who is out. >> he hers sals underway. >> kelly is the host. we need a mock interview to rehearse the red carpet show. >> won't end when the final winner is announced, live with kelly and michael has a big post oscar program. >> michael strahan will be on the red carpet the night before. he have kelly in a position back stage where right when the winners co
ABC
Jul 13, 2013 6:00pm PDT
george zimmerman murder trial could be coming soon. why jurors broke from their del briggs to ask the judge a question. >> expect a few weather twists and turns this week. meteorologist leigh glaser has the forecast next. >> later in sports, why barry bonds is looking over his shoulder and we would be calling him wondo the terrific. >>> jurors continue to deliberate in the murder trial of george zimmerman. today the jury asked the judge to clarify details.the manslaughter charges. zimmerman is charged with shooting trayvon martin last year. zimmerman claims he shot the unarmed 17-year-old in self-defense. the jury also ordered dinner, suggesting the panel of six women is prepared to work late into the evening. jurors can consider both second degree murder and manslaughter. >> drivers have faced major tee lays in los angeles today after a gas tanker fire. the truck overturned and its payload caught fire in a tunnel that links state route 2 to i-5. spilled gasoline ran off into the storm drains and the los angeles river. nobody was hurt. the wreck snarled traffic near the dodger stadium
ABC
Dec 7, 2010 6:00pm PST
helping us address the drop outrates. >> senior eddie george thought about dropping out because of the pressure to do well. he says classes weren't too boring. >> we don't have equipments at schools and a lot of sports going on. there is more ed ookts mayor of one of california's largest cities say cuts aren't the enl factors and points a ficker at powerful teachers union. >> at an education forum an tony villaraigosa once working for the teachers union said some skoolts have become dropout factories for minorities and calls union leadership an unwaivering road block to reforms and could help turn the rate around. >> they're the most powerful defenders of a status quo not working or our kids. >> you've got to stop doing finger pointing and blame game. let's start talking about real solutions to solving, you know and working together to provide the best possible education for children. >> the droppouts noted thousands of kids opting to get a g.e.d.or moving out staift decreases total number of students making it possible for rates to increase. >> there is an oakland school district poli
ABC
Jun 20, 2011 6:00pm PDT
and george miller called for passage of the paycheck fairness act following a ruling favoring walmart today. issuing a statement saying quote today's ruling is another blow to a woman's right to fair pay and treatment on the job. the suit initiated by this woman, betty duke who's works as a greeter and claims walmart passes over women for promotions and wouldn't right to sue on behalf of the other worker buzz today's decision says they'll have to pursue claims individually. >> and i'm still optimistic will go forward in claims of sexual discrimination against walmart. >> walmart saying the company has a long history of providing advancement opportunities and made strides in developing women throughout the organization. >> the high court blocked losses aimed at forcing cuts from power plants targeting the largest polluters in the country, file by group who's want reductions in emission buzz justices ruled its up to the epa to regulate the pollution, not the courts. the epa plans to issue rules sometime next year. >> on to consumer news. and that is what a man says happened to h
ABC
Jul 21, 2010 6:00pm PDT
be replacing, ron george. >> she doesn't carry any ideological blinders and calls it as she sees it. >> you might recall he announced retirement last week, leaving office january 2. >> the vietnamese anticommunist activist accused of assaulting a singer heard charges against him today. the 61-year-old faces four counts and a misdemeanor and is accused of pepper spraying a man sunday night and police say lee dressed as a woman carrying flowers, his attorney calls it a political protest. >> i hope the jury will allow people some sort of freedom of protests. >> he faces up to fiveors in prison. >> we've told before you how cuts are affecting many of the colleges and universities. some had to limit enrollment but one small college is seeing a surge and doing it's best to accommodate them. there is a report from moraga. the dorms are getting a new look. this is in time for the record class. >> we had a 25% increase. >> the company says the class of 680 will be the largest in school history. >> greater pro portion of those chose to come to st. mary's than expected. and interestingly there
ABC
Mar 7, 2011 6:00pm PST
dwight clark and george seaford. clark won two super bowl rings and as niners beat cowboys, he won two super bowls as head coach, and julie inkster won 31 tournaments and rounded out the class is sandy tatum. new members talked about the honors. >> i feel like i contributed to the team here, and there is a list of guys on the teams and in this hall of fame. i mean i know those guys and how great they are. this is an honor to be involved in coaching players like joe and jerry and ronnie lott and many others you know? to be on the team with these guys, this is is special as it gets. >> and a's hoping nearly two years after tommy john's surgery the reliever will bring an electric arm back to the bull pen. and a's and m's in phoenix, felix hernandez, look out. there is a giving just one run, and ichiro for a 2-0 lead. and there is the kuz, and there is a third of an inning walks four allow twoz runs. and the grapefruit league, phillies and yankees check out nick swisher here, flips over railing to catch the pop up and the swish is bringing it. there is a somersault in march. giants playing
ABC
Dec 15, 2011 6:00pm PST
, the secret service and the mole must be found. and there is george smiley. >> could it be the tinker? tailor? soldier? spy? the film goes inside of the shadowy world of espionage and drips with authenticity. i can almost smell the tea steeping and feel london fog. >> we can blend into the wall here. >> he wouldn't wear cuff links or have a tie pin. those are things people remember. and give you away. the more you can blend in. >> the film is based on the best selling novel it's not a remake of the series. this is an original. complex, detailed and fascinating. >> there is one word to describe this film, brilliant. and it's literate and intriguing with a stellar performance. i have nominated it as one of the best pictures of the year. no doubt i really like it and give it a full bucket. and we'll see you on the aisle. >> there you have it. done deal. >> absolute lie another big test for 49ers coming up up next what niners should expect when the steel curtain comes to town monday night. back in cucucu >>> join me tonight at 9:00, coming up then, this is beautiful but resorts expected i
ABC
Mar 22, 2011 6:00pm PDT
worst case is a rebellion that bog downs in libya. as a former secretary of state president george w. bush. >> that would be a very, very embarrassing and sticky situation. one reason i think the administration is looking hard to hand off responsibility. so they don't get stuck with a tar baby. >> we've heard the president say within days the u.s. will hand off the lead. could the u.s. bail? leading or being led? this phone shall is significant. >> thank you. >> and japan's electronic company warned workers will need to check for more damage before switching on power to the kooming system. there are crews restoring the connection between the grid and reactors but may take days or weeks before restarting the system for all of the plants six reactors. and one believes this barely compares to the accident in 1986. japan's national police confirms the toll from this quake now stands at nearly 9100 people. but 14,000 people are still missing. >> and there are dozens of workers back in california tonight from japan. about 500 people arrived today in fairfield after leaving the quake ravage
ABC
Apr 11, 2011 6:00pm PDT
tonight. >> and george costa is in charge of ball park operations that includes in house security and his warning is don't cause trouble. >> there is an element of people who are bent on that. >> there will be much security tonight as in the world series. 40 percent more than normal and that includes a beefed-up police presence. >> it is out in the stadium and in the parking lots . retaliation and that's what police and the giants are worried about. it is for the brutal beating they received . dodger fans are concerned about violence. rachel toro said we should turn the other cheek. >> just to be safe this dodger fan toned down the attire. >> dodger hat and shirt. but i don't want to be in the face. i am the only guy wearing blumpt the giants say a nonviolent win would be a win for especially brian stow. >> best thing to do is come and not have retaliation. >> we don't need that in the world. there is already too much of it >> we are seeing police presence in the stadium . we are noticing something else that a lot of people seem to be on the best behavior. you would not see normal
ABC
Mar 13, 2012 6:00pm PDT
in the sierra. george warren is reporting live from truckee. tricky driving conditions there. >> yes. well, actually right now there is a mix of light rain and snow and there is here at truckee about 6,000 feet elevation. temperatures above freezing but just above us, here at 7,000 feet, snow falling today and in fact, near whiteout conditions today at sugar bowl kept crowds away. it could be a temporary situation. tahoe area resorts called ski lake tahoe issued a statement saying their models showed this storm and others to follow could lead to a erro error- -- record-breaking march. sugar bowl expecting perhaps three feet of snow over the weekend. they've got catching up to do just to call this an average season. >> this is unbelievable. it's a blegsing we're getting it this week. it's very warm when we've arrived. >> we got here there is almost no snow. now, it's starting to accumulate. >> were you having second thoughts about your decision? >> some whachl we thought we're going to leave a couple days early. >> and so if you're coming up here just so you know on interstate
ABC
Jan 12, 2011 6:00pm PST
them. in george, in dot and dorwan and maudy, we sense the abiding love we have for our own wives, our own partners. phil phyllis, she's our mom or grandmom. gabe, our brother or son. and judge roll, we recognize not only a man who prides his family and doing his job well, but also a man who embodied america's fidelity to the law. and in gabby, gabby, we see a reflection of our public spiritedness, that desire to participate in that sometimes frustrating, sometimes contentious, but always necessary and never-ending process to form a more perfect union. and in christina, in christina, we see all of our children. so curious, so trusting so energetic, so full of magic, so deserving of our love. and so deserving of our good example. if this tragedy prompts reflection and debate as it should, let's make sure it's worthy of those we have lost. let's make sure it's not on the usual plane of politics and points scoring and pettiness that drifts away in the next news cycle. the loss of these wonderful people should make every one of us strive to be better, to be better in our private lives
ABC
Sep 1, 2010 6:00pm PDT
, coyotes roaming south bay hills lately. >> george clooney lurks in a shadowy world. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> a teacher arrested today on child pornography charges. investigators picked up a 26-year-old in pittsburgh this morning. after raiding his home in antioch. there, confiscating computers and storage devices. he's a coach for the pleasant hill dolphins swim team. bail set at 60,000s oodz san francisco supervisor has lost a last-ditch appeal to seek rerex to another term. the state supreme court denied a petition for a review of a court ruling she was termed out of office. she argue fwud because she's appointed to her first term, and served less than four years, she had another term left. she issued a statement saying she's disappointed with the decision. >> a community meeting is underway in san francisco mission neighborhood now. interest tl is a debate every dolores park. a park some say has become too popular. years ago that 13 acre oasis was a haven for drug dealing and crime. now, is it's a premier spot, some believe it's a victim of its ow
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 100