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Jul 21, 2013 7:30am PDT
comes one week after the not guilty verdict in the george zimmerman trial. there has been a debate on race relations and the other the right to bear arms. don knapp shows us e-commerce seeing a week after the verdict. >> reporter: here at the & are people post -- here at the abbey theatre people to a calmer look. there were three demonstrations in oakland. first, a really. , plans for a march to join with a student march were set aside after police were concerned about violent demonstrations. they say they were caught offguard from the violence last weekend. this time police were out in force ready for anything. >> i will keep my fingers crossed. >> reporter: at 3:00 another rally outside oakland city hall. it too was peaceful. around 6:00 a large group of bicyclists circled around motorcycle police officers but officers were eventually able to drive to the crowd. >> for trayvon martin and his family, the -- for the young people who have lost their lives all over this country, for census and needless violence. >> reporter: police are working extra shifts while the city deals with the
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Jun 9, 2013 7:30am PDT
and killed by george zimmerman last year. martin was unarmed and wearing a hoody at the time. oakland is one of the cities where marchs are planned for tomorrow. zimmerman is charged with second degree murder in that case. jury selection is set to begin tomorrow morning. also on monday a hearing will continue to determine if voice recognition experts can testify. so far they have reached mix conclusions about who is heard screaming on that call. zimmerman or martin. that's from a 911 recording. attorneys do not want them to testify. >>> president obama is heading back to washington, d.c. today. he wrapped up a series of meetings with the chinese president today. cyber security was at the top of their agenda. they accused china of spying on americans. >>> and governor brown was also in southern california to meet with the chinese president. the meeting follows the governor's week long trade visit to china back in april. he said he was happy that both sliders selected california for the summit. he also eluded to the state's future negotiations of china. >> we intend to step up our activ
CBS
Jan 19, 2014 7:30am PST
of politics -- representative george miller from the east bay is saying he's hanging it up. he's going to be retiring. question is is this the beginning of a sea shift in the bay area congressional delegation and what does it mean for the rest of us? >> and we look closer at the proposition process in california. is it too cluttered? >> is it too costly? and too ruled by special interests? and we all wind up on the ballot at the same time? too confusing for voters? >>> let's start with mark and top stories. >> san francisco police suspect a homeless person is responsible for a brutal stabbing on the embarcadero around 1:30 this morning. police have a suspect in custody. the victim is a white male, in critical condition at san francisco general with stab wounds to his chest and abdomen. the intersection of the embarcadero and folsom was blocked off for hours. >>> firefighters in southern california are gaining control of a fire in the san gay brel mountains northeast of l.a. the 1,900 acre colby fire is now 61% contained. mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted and enabling p
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Jun 9, 2013 8:30am PDT
teen analler who was shot and killed by nay -- teenager who was shot and killedded by george zimmerman last year. martin was unarmed and wearing a hoody at the time. oakland is among the city where there are marchs set for tomorrow. they will coenside with the scheduled start of zimmerman's trial. charged with second degree murder. jury selection is set to begin tomorrow and also on monday a hearing will continue to determine his voice recognition experts cotestify in that trial. they have reached mixed confusion about who has heard screaming, zimmerman or martin on a 911 recording. attorneys for zimmerman do not want those experts to testify. >>> president obama is heading back to washington d.c. today. he wrappedded up a series of meetings with chinese president. cyber security was at the top of the agenda. the u.s. has accusedded chi ma of spying on american -- accused china of spying on american businesses and spying on the pentagon by secretly hacking into their computer networks. according to the white house, the president has also agreed to work together to reduties gr
CBS
Oct 5, 2014 7:30am PDT
george gascon is raising questions about consumer rights. >> the challenges of reg ielgz and the money at play. >> $30 million. that's what it's going to cost to get about 500 birds off the old span of the bay bridge! what they're doing try to coax them off. >> auto -- another unforeseen problem with the new span. and it has been hot around the bay area. the golden date bridge, hard to see because there's iement of fog there right now -- a lot of fog right now. 54 in concord, 62 in san francisco. 49 degrees in santa rosa. sunny and hot again for most of the bay area. some relief near the coast. >>> thomas duncan's condition was earlier described as serious but stable. he has been upgraded to critical. he arrived in dallas more than two weeks ago from liberia and was initially sent home from the hospital. >>> protests rage on in hong kong, but students may be softening their stance. protestors blocked the entrance to headquarters and key roads throughout hong kong. they're demonstrating on restrictions on the first-ever direct election coming up in 2017. >>> isis is threatening to behea
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Apr 28, 2013 8:30am PDT
george w. bush presidtial library of george w. bush. the library contains thousands of artifacts and displayed from the president's eight years in office. it seems like everybody can't get enough of presidential libraries these days. for that subject we turn to former mayor willy brown and san francisco chronicle political reporter joe fair foley. our first question is we see all the presidents smiling warm and fuzzy, but how come we see them no other places except at galleries like this. >> there is no reason to be harsh and part i son in that kind of a study. it is predictable. >> i think it is telling to say the best thing the president can do in africa -- nobody said anything about that. >> let's take a look at all of them. i am not sure that monica lewinsky got a wing in the clinton library. i am not sure that "argo" is playing at the jimmy carter library. all presidencies have their bright moments and all presidencies have their dark moments. >> but you must admit that all libraries are a monument to the president. ronald reagan's library is made up of air force one, the limo i
CBS
Feb 22, 2015 7:30am PST
been here often enough. we complain when george bush didn't come at all. we now know obama has come to often. >> i was with obama at the fundraiser. he fired up as democrats. >> at a fundraiser outside.>> everybody -- he shut down the cable car system. >> he has come a lot but the democrats here give him money and his party needs money. i agree with you because i'm one of the ones who sat there at that motorcade waiting for him to come out of the restaurant. after talking about the average american he went to a restaurant where the entrie was $42. there are some issues. democrats like to see obama here. they lined the streets for him. >> people lined the streets? that presidential motorcade is impressive and so is the price tag. >> it is tough.>> these don't seem like first world problems.>> it is making people show up. they have no idea when he's going to come out.>> they had to relocate the president up to the fairmont because of complaints and they are saying it is too much of a headache and you shut down the whole place and people can get to their businesses. can you move somepl
CBS
Sep 8, 2013 7:30am PDT
congressman george miller earlier this week. feels pretty adamant. he set his people are just saying no, no, and no. it's not a question or concern, not hesitancy. he just is overwhelmingly, people say no, we don't want to be involved in another situation. >> my consistent across the board, if the firm, solid know, why now, how is this in america's best interest? i hear that, and i think that's for good reason. we can't ignore that right now we don't have many allies with us. great britain was with us in iraq and afghanistan, al qaeda was there and they are not with us right now. >> at the same time, you got a president who is the leader of the democratic party. nancy pelosi who is your house leader pushing very hard for this. she put up for letters to you and your fellow representatives saying, both for this. what do you do? >> leader pelosi has solicited for feedback and commentary from the members. she knows this is a sensitive issue and has asked for other ideas or how we could modify the resolution to meet the concerns. so i'm going to washington on monday. i will be brief again by sec
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May 5, 2013 8:30am PDT
district attorney george gascon is calling on sill can valley to create a new item to disable stolen smart phones and ripper them worthless. half of san francisco's robberies were phone related last year and the federal communications system said almost one out of three robberies involve the theft of a mobile phone. >>> and we have the theft of our warm weather. >> he is the king. >> that was beautiful, actually. >> and that is gone. we're looking at cooler temperatures as we start out this sunday morning. the winds were blowing hard enough to fly an iron kite last night and the gusts this morning are up to 50 miles an hour along the peninsula and the santa cruz mountains and we look live over dublin. and we have wind advisories posted for gusts and could approach 50 miles an hour. in general, they're out of the south and from 25 to 35 miles per hour. and you have a high profile vehicle, you know, the big vr -- rv that can bit get muscled around by winds like that and have a care on the freeways. starting out with numbers near 60 degrees this morning. mostly cloudy skies, but we're getting
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Apr 26, 2015 7:30am PDT
bill clinton and george hw bush seated in haiti where all the money from the quake saying the clinton foundation did this. they would have had them in the ebola world saying clinton foundation did this. you had five of those stories. you kept the potential for criticism. >> people say this author is trying to take downhill riders but he has a book coming out about jeb bush as well. >> it's going to be interesting. the mayor's point is if you saw this as whether it was a problem or even a controversy, why didn't they begin sort of addressing it earlier, laying things out rather than waiting for it to come to them. that seems to be the clinton way, never short on drama. >>> problems for commuters who rely on golden gate it ferry service. we'll see what's causing a signif ♪ ♪ wow something sounds sweet in here!!!! ♪ ♪ need a little honey in the bowl. yeah!!! badabopbopbopa!!! no? must be the honey!!! mmmm, they made french toast out of banana bread, then topped it with candied pecans and bananas? it's like a match made in heaven. like bacon & eggs... ...oh look, bacon & e
CBS
Mar 8, 2015 7:30am PDT
in the bill. >> some say the force is with oakland when it comes to the new george lucas museum. >> san francisco lost out to chicago but now planners are running into trouble in chicago. one city says oakland is a perfect backdrop for the museum. the nonprofit council is urging mr. lucas to build the museum here. the letter says, we are talking about the city of oakland. >> we are always in the shadow of san francisco. >> lucas still has his sights set on a museum in chicago despite running into a force of legal problems. he has mentioned los angeles as a backup plan. >>> bart is trying to clean up his image. >> the most common complaint is dirty cars in the stations. one of the smelliest places are the elevators. slow -- heart says it is a consequence of record ridership. >> we are trying to keep up with it but it is nearly impossible. >> bart showed a metal elevator flooring and it will make them easier to clean. the new crew will also focus on cleaning stations in eight of the dirtiest locations. >> i rode bart the other day. i love the new seats. >> they are also talking ab
CBS
Mar 15, 2015 7:30am PDT
have not been there. the performance by some of us in selma last week when george w bush was invited, accepted invitation, he came. he would have been a symbolic indication of how far we have come if a cat from texas could stand up and condemn everything that occurred on that bridge. they didn't give him that opportunity. that's us screwing up so to speak. whoever was run tag operation obviously needs to engage in the dialogue and that dialogue needs to be made crystal clear to every kid in this country. >> that dialogue always seems to go through this prism of politics, whether it's democrat, republican, climate change, social justice. everything seems to get lobbed on that and rather than people talking about it, you talk at it. >> we are a country, a democracy. we have freedom of speech. you and i can discuss anything we wish to discuss, you from the journalist standpoint and me from whatever standpoint i may come from on any given moment. that's the way it is in america. you are going to get the absence of political influence and political let's say infections expressing themselv
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Jan 18, 2015 7:30am PST
boxer to george miller and pete stark and now possibly barbara lee. >> we'll talk about that with our political insiders later on but why barbara lee? why cuba? >> barbara lee has had a long relationship with the cuban government and the cuban people. she sponsored many trips down there for medical supplies, for cultural exchanges some 20 trips in the past decades she's headed up. she's personal friends with castro and raul castro. that would be the drawback is that she is too close to the cuban regime and that could have other people in the rest of the country saying we don't want to send that much of a friend down here. >> you heard it here first. barbara lee, possible ambassador to cuba. >> a plan to send more capitol vial crude oil throughout the bay area is a conversation. >> it is being proposed by vallero. they want to send more trains full of crude to the north and east bay every week. the oil is highly flammable and if something goes wrong on any of the train cars, the potential for disaster is huge. that is proven by several recent train derainmentes in the united states and
CBS
Apr 28, 2013 7:30am PDT
dedicate the presidential library for george w. bush. the library contains thousands of artifacts and displays from president bush's eight years in office. it seems like people can't get enough of presidential libraries. for that we turn to former mayor willy brown. first question we ask them, we see them smiling these past presidents when they come together. how do we conts see -- don't see them any place like that? >> that's what happens in libraries. there's no reason to be harsh and partisan in that kind of a setting. >> i thought it was very telling that the best thing that people could say about bush there a all the great work dein africa. >> let's -- dein africa. >> let's take a look at all of them. i'm not sure monica lewinsky got a wing in the clinton library. >> in the fashion sense. >> i'm not sure if argo is playing at the theater of the -- well, it might not. all presidencies have their bright moments. all presidencies have their dark. >> you understand that the library is really kind of a monument to a president, like, for example, ronald reagan's library is made up of a
CBS
May 18, 2014 7:30am PDT
country in the country club. >> that's the line he uses. if you go backwards and remember george bush, the president. he was perfect on making the transition from being a part of the country club, yale, into the country. and believe me the republicans loved him. on the other hand, if you go real backwards to ronald reagan, he was considered a full member of both. his cowboy boots, his horse activities and his going on the rides and those kinds of things. then his literally tuxedo and beautiful wife and designer clothing gave the whitmans and the romneys comfort. can that be accomplished in this race? it's posturepedic versus beautyrest it's posturepedic versus beautyrest with up to $400 off. serta icomfort and tempur-pedic go head-to-head with three years' interest-free financing. mattress price wars are on now at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >> schieffer: ed to on "face the nation." pressure mounts over the v.a. scandal. the 9/11 museum opens and chris christie talks politics. as anger over mistreatment of american veterans grows we'll ask the white hous
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Jul 14, 2013 8:30am PDT
zimmerman of all charges. n, . >>> we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. >> the jury coming up. how a bay area protest against that verdict turned ugly overnight. >> and in the weather department, things are starting out overcast around the bay area. that is going to change. a few changes. we'll have the entire weekend forecast and a workweek forecast in a moment. >> and gas prices are moving up again. why we will see a big increase in the next few weeks. >> it's 8:30, sunday, july 49th. thank you for joining us. >> we have a lot of news to cover in the next hour. the big questions about the bay bridge. will it open on time or not? and what time would that be. >> and we're going to talk about the verdict in the trial of george zimmerman and the vandalism in oakland overnight. let's look at the pictures that we shot late last night. the former neighborhood watch volunteer acquitted of second- degree murder in the death of treyvon martin. those are shots from oakland. the police say around 100 people were in the streets and did damage to local businesses there overnight, windo
CBS
Jul 14, 2013 8:00am PDT
>>> this is kpix5 news. >>> the verdict, we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. >> the florida jury acquitted george zimmerman of all charges. now on kpix5 news, how a bay area protest turns ugly. >>> and we have overcast skies to start the day out with and a little bit of a change in the forecast. we'll discuss that in a few minutes. >> and the back and forth over the new span of the bay bridge. is there a chance it will open its schedule afterall? >> it is 8:00 on sunday, june -- july 14. >> welcome in. we have a lot of news to cover. first up, we're going to have police chief from san francisco. we're going to be talking to him about that thin line between heroism and tragedy. like our recent air crash. >> you just saw the special we had on the heros of flight 214. we also have amy live in studio. she is chairperson of the transportation commission with the latest on the bay bridge. >> that's right. but first, our lead story this morning. >> vandalism in oakland after the verdict in the trial of george zimmerman. the former neighborhood watch volunteer was acquitted
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Jan 19, 2014 8:30am PST
go in depth. >>> george miller, long-time congressman from the east bay, is calling it quits. he's not the only member of the congressional delegation that has said enough is enough when it comes to washington. we're going to talk with our insiders about how that might be changing things for the state of california. >> yeah. implications here and nationwide. also going to talk about the proposition system, the process in california. is this working well? >> that's a big question. >> we have a lot coming up. first, let's check in with mark. he's going your top stories. >>> san francisco police suspect a homeless person is responsible for a stabbing on the embarcadero at 1:30 this morning. police have a suspect in custody. the victim is a white male. he's in critical condition at san francisco general with stab wounds in his chest and abdomen. >>> firefighters in southern california are gaining control of a fire in the mountains northeast of los angeles. the 1900 acres colby fire is now 61% contained. mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted, enabling people to finally go back to
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Jun 1, 2014 7:30am PDT
francisco is trying to make it up to george lucas to nab his museum deal. we'll be right back. gridlock. teacher layoffs. 60 billion dollar budget deficit. that's what john perez faced when he became speaker of the california assembly. so he partnered with governor brown to pass three balanced budgets, on time. for the first time in thirty years. today, the deficits are gone and we've invested an additional 2 billion dollars in education. now john perez is running for controller, to keep fighting for balanced budgets. hey! have you ever tried honey nut cheerios? love 'em. neat! now you on the other hand... you need some help. why? look atchya. what is that? you mean my honey wand? [ shouting ] [ splat ] come on. matter of fact. [ rustling ] shirt. shoes. shades. ah! wow! now that voice... my voice? [ auto-tuned ] what's wrong with my voice? yeah man, bee got swag! be happy! be healthy! that's gotta go too. ♪ hey! must be the honey! [ sparkle ] sweet. tomorrow... to have a presen . >>> welcome back. apple's worldwide developers conference begins tomorrow. protesters plan to h
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Feb 2, 2014 8:30am PST
week. >> her trip follows announced retirement of henry waxman and george miller, two men known for raking in money for democrats. >> we sat down to talk about what these losses mean on a state and policy level. >> two things for the state. we lost two powerful figures and great voices on subjects matters that affects the lives of people in this state, particularly on the liberal side of the aisle. george miller was big on the environment and labor issues. mr. waxman is big on health care. >> and imparticular hiv and aids. the two of them represent a form mittable force on the policy side. equally as important, if not more, each represent tremendous fundraising availables for redistribution for democrats in need. >> how does somebody in los angeles and somebody in concorde represent a huge wealth of campaign contributions? >> you raise money based upon our status and your positions and titles and the influence we have been able to develop with the people who donate the money. each of those persons for 40 years have been at the top of the crest for nancy pelosi. >> they would raise m
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Feb 2, 2014 7:30am PST
francisco to fund raise. >> her trip follows retirement of henry waxman and george miller, two known for raking in big dollars. >> they've got a little while longer to go on terms but it will have a big effect not only on california delegation but also on the democratic politics nationwide. that's why we sat down with former state assembly speaker willy brown and said what do the losses mean to policy and politics? >> two things it means for the state. one, we have lost two powerful figures and great voices on subject matters that affect the lives of people in this state particularly on the liberal side of the isle. >> george miller was big on the environment. >> and lions bore. >> mr. waxman is big on healthcare and in particular hiv and aids. the two represent a formidable force on the policy side. as important if not more each of them represent tremendous fund raising abilities for redistribution to democrats need. >> why? how does somebody in los angeles and somebody in concord represent a huge wealth of campaign contributions? >> you raise money phil based upon your status and t
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Apr 19, 2015 7:30am PDT
not like any others we've seen. the man behind it is george lucas. he's offeringto build 224 affordable homes and he wants to pay for it all by himself. >> we have enough millionaires here. we need some housing for regular working people. >> plus by not using any federal money he cuts through a lot of red tape that usually shows up in projects like this. >> but some neighbors are fight thatting already. >> but it's going to be interesting if he can say it's going to be police, fires and teachers. what kind of argument can they have? and i have to admit, there's a little bit of pay back here. lucas wanted to expand his skywalker ranch. hesaid okay if i don't get what i want, i'll have a new thing, and that will be affordable housing. >>> the oakland raiders may move to l.a.? the raiders along with the san diego charge ers are presenting their plans for the nfl in new york. the presentation this week are said to include details on architecture, financing and the political progress for their efforts. >> but oakland's coliseum city plan is taking a step forward. the council has p
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Dec 8, 2013 7:30am PST
class working americans have a living wage. i am supporting george miller's raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10. >> there are those that argue that these minimum wage jobs are for students, part timers, starting, not intended to be full time jobs for someone with a family. >> if you don't give a living wage to an individual they can't get healthcare, can't provide for their family. then they depend on public services. we all end up paying anyway. it's in our interest to be sure we give them a living wage so they can take care of themselves and not rely on the federal or state government for health insurance as to the degree they are today. >> i want to move on to this ad we showed on the anniversary of the terrible school shooting in connecticut. you have seen the ad. what's your feelings? >> this is a very difficult issue across the country. i think we need assault weapons ban across the country and back ground checks. when i got to congress the first bill i signed to and tried to get other freshman democrats to sign to was an assault weapons ban. i saw going around to my collea
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Sep 28, 2014 7:30am PDT
role in "star tr" ... the >>> first up george clueny got married this weekend. also william shoot captioner got a role for star track 3. that's interesting. then the lead man for led zeppelin did a song on ipad and then the marshall artist won in fashion with a first round knock out. for all of the then trending follow us on cbs. >> okay. the final look at the weather forecast today. it's going to be little cooler than we see at this time of the year and the highs is 65 and the specific of 70 and oakland and 76 degrees in fairfield today and we're going to see a warm upstarting at the beginning of the work week and ending with above average and plenty of of sunshine all around. >>> one man wants every school in america to have a sport of rock climbing. >> yeah, convincing every school to buy a massive rock wall could be a tall order and pricy. >> rock climber stands tall and pound against the climbing wall. >> this is a 24-foot mobile wall with three climbing stations. >> the plan is personally drive this rock wall to schools to see firsthand the health and wellness benefits it ca
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Dec 28, 2014 7:30am PST
. on the other hand we have all apparently gone to sleep, because george bush, the brother of jed bush was even more objectionable and so therefore it is going to be old man bush versus old man clinton. >> jed bush has an advantage over hillary clinton and that is a whole bunch of competitors that will make him a better can date. hillary if she doesn't have a competitive field and a competition debating going on, you have to worry about that as you go into this. >> you don't improve by the quality of your opposition. believe me, you would prefer to have zero opposition, period, and hillary is in that category. >> so, of course bush-clinton fatigue is always a concern for both of them. this is interesting. from 1980 to 2004 seven presidential elections in a row we had either a bush or a clinton on the ticket for that many years. >> wow! really amazing. >> to keep that trend going we have to get chelsy on the ticket down the road. >> obama girls on the ticket. >> it is a one-of-a-kind christmas lights spectacular. >> amazing. not just because of the show but the man behind it. this
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Feb 17, 2013 7:30am PST
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. small boat crashes into a ferry on the san francisco bay. >>> two people injured after a small boat crashes into a ferry on the san francisco bay. the crew now placed on administrative leave for the investigation. >>> we've got a beautiful sunday morning out of the bay area. mostly sunny skies, a few high clouds and a change in the forecast coming up. we'll discuss that in a minute. >>> and the big gulp seen around the social media world. what people took away from the republican response to the state of the union. >>> there we go. women come back to kpix this morning. the time is 8:00. it's february 17. i'm phil matier. >>> i'm anne makovec. thanks for joining us. we have a lot to get to in the next half-hour. how did that water gulping moment become the take away from the two big national speeches next week. >>> fremont is trying to make a pitch again for the a's. should we
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May 19, 2013 7:30am PDT
who represents district 2. the winner will replace george shirakawa, who pleaded guilty to misusing money from taxpayers and campaign donors. six candidates are on the ballot. >>> a sanford research group is offering motorists in the area an incentive to ditch their cars. scanners at campus entry points and a smartphone app called my beats measures the frequency and distance that staff and students walk or bike into campus. they earn credits for opting not to drive during rush hour. credits can be spent in an online game that pays cash prizes between $2 and $50. ♪ >>> and thousands of people hitting the streets of san francisco this weekend to celebrate the 9th annual asian heritage festival. the extravaganza was held at the heart of the civic center. festivities include live band, games and asian heritage arts and crafts. >>> now on, to national headlines. the boy scouts of america may change its ban on gay members. they are meeting tomorrow and the national council will vote on whether to end the century- old policy denying membership based on sexual orientation. the group of co
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Feb 1, 2015 7:30am PST
is a conservative, fiscal wing to the party that seize jeb bush of an extension of george w. bush who was a big spender. how are they reacting to this. >> you're seeing a lot of reaction. jeb bush is not our guy. they hate him on things like common core. paul is trying to make a punch line of the guy already. >> they will come together at the appropriate moment because they need to win. they demonstrated their ability to forego the so called principles in the last realm and were successful. they got both the senate and the house and they did so by saying you odd balls you're not going to mess up our deal. they'll do certain thing for jeb bush. >> i disagree. it is politics. it is already a free for all and you'll see jeb bush take a lot of punches to the gut before this is all over. >> he will take punches but it will not be crippling, disabling, punches that can hurt him in the poll. >> sorry but i disagree with carl. i feel like it will be more interesting without romney. we'll see all of these guys pop up. scott walker. >> chris christie. >> we had funny video we have to show y
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Apr 7, 2013 7:30am PDT
technology is now changing lives. >>> plus a letter from george washington, the patent for thomas edison. the new york gallery getting ready to put items from our history into auction -- up for auction. >>> mostly cloudy skies outside our door right now, patches of drizzle, even a little bit of fog in some areas. i'll have what you can expect for your day coming up. >>> ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00, delivering the bay area's major news of the day. >> officers are going door to door in one east bay neighborhood tonight to let them know that a resident -- >> with more depth and detail. >> just up the street -- >> and coverage of the news where you live. >> thousands of people also line the streets of santa cruz as the -- >> plus weather for the area where you live. >> it will give us a thundershower. >> frank somerville, julie haener, ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00, complete bay area news coverage. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! don't stress. we can figure this out. [ male announcer ] get the speed to
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Sep 8, 2013 8:30am PDT
. >> reporter: nina and george peterson are two of the seattle property owners who bought their neighbor's home for $600,000. then, they dropped the price and sold it for $500,000 just so they could legally keep the air rights to it and prevent any new owner from building up and blocking their view. >> it's terrible. terrible. if you know about it. but i think people discovered too late. the house is going up. the view is gone. >> the reason they say they're building up in seattle is because they have no more room to spread out. well, san francisco is the same situation. >> reporter: here in san francisco, the view and any expectation of one was an issue with one rincon south tower. imagine if you paid 1 million a half for a condo up there to find out later that there is a second tower going up next door. and right in front of that spectacular vow out of your living room window. -- view out of your living room window. >> rincon had to advice all of the buyer when is they bought it in 2008-2009, that their view would be restricted in the future. >> under california state law, the
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Jul 21, 2013 8:30am PDT
week after george zimmerman was deemed not guilty in this criminal case. this time police were out in full force ready for any repeat of violence, but they were not needed as protesters came out to be peaceful. >> for trayvon and his family, for the city of oakland, for the young people who lost their lives in this city around the nation. all over the world. such senseless and needless violence. >> the only uncomfortable incident had nothing to do with trayvon martin. a small shoving match between a critic of the mayor and her supporter. san francisco, protesters wan federal charges against zimmerman calling it a civil right violation. we also heard from nancy pelosi who disagrees with a law involved in the case. >> the stand your ground law, i done know how it has standing to justify what happened. and i don't know if it did. i don't know what the attitude was of the jurors. >> pelosi says stand your ground law was more provocative than protective in this case. >>> rallies were held in more than 100 cities across the country demanding changes. cbs's tyrell brown shows us about how th
CBS
Sep 22, 2013 7:30am PDT
kenya following a massacre. one survivor's bay area connection. >> george harrison once sang here comes the sun. let's hope the sun is listening. >> you don't need a camera in the bedroom, but you night need a camera on the streets. >> using cameras to protect the public. plus new evidence that the federal spying program may be crossing the line. >> it is 7:30 on sunday, september 22. thanks for joining us this morning. >> we have a lot of news to talk about in the next hour, including the government shutdown and how it may impact the implication of health care. >> the a's are one game away from taking the national league west. first, we are starting with developing news in kenya. barraging of gunfire at a shopping mall. that is the scene of a continuing standoff. at least 59 people have been killed since the seige began yesterday. >> we will run down the perpetrators, wherever they run to. we will shall get them. we shall punish them for this crime. >> at about 175 people were injured, including several americans. one is a uc berkeley grad. she is a general manager at a restaurant insi
CBS
May 5, 2013 7:30am PDT
stole to support a drug habit. >>> san francisco district attorney general george is calling on silicone valley to create new technology to combat cell phone theft. one approach a kill switch that -- one proposal is a kill switch. half san francisco robberies were phone related. almost one out of three robberies nationwide involves the theft of a mobile phone. >>> you've heard it before when you buy a gift card, make sure it hasn't been tampered with and keep the activation receipt. on a consumer watch, that is no longer enough. crooks figured out a new scam that can leave you with a worthless gift card. >> there was a big rack of cards there. we pulled one off the shelf and paid for it. >> reporter: he did what you suppose to do when buying a gift card. >> i tried to load the target. >> reporter: even though his dad did everything right, when he attempted to redeem the gift card on a smart own app? >> that's when i realized the numbers were missing. >> reporter: the numbers suppose to be underneath the silver security panel weren't. when he scratched it off, there was nothing t
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