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Apr 12, 2013 6:00pm PDT
center backdrop. a beautiful but very hot day... hey! ha ha! there's george! i bet that guy could cover a lot of court. hey, buddy they've got a new invention. it's called a napkin. [chuckling] we'll take a station break and continue with more action. dag hammarskjold plaza, huh? "pendant publishing." that's books right? miss? pardon me? books. that's what you do? yeah. yeah, i don't read much myself. well, you know besides the paper. a lot of people read to relax. not me. you know what i do? you know, i'm having a lot of trouble hearing you back here, so... [louder] you know what i do to relax? the jumble. hey, do you make a book of jumbles? i'm going to have to be honest with you. i'm going deaf. going deaf? what? oh, i-i'm sorry. it can be very frustrating. what about a hearing aid? am i fearing aids? oh, yeah, sure! who isn't? you got to live your life. no, no, no. i said... uh, uh... [yelling] forget it. i can't take my eyes off this lineswoman. the woman is absolutely mesmerizing. boy, you are really smitten. i got to talk to her. cold? you're not one of those guys. i'll psy
CBS
Mar 14, 2013 6:00pm PDT
guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. george: say it's saturday night in spain. they go out dancing. think they do the flamenco? i would think. so you could call the woman for a date ask her if she's free for dinner and a flamenco. you don't flamenco on the first date. i wish the flamenco was popular here. would you do it? yes. i think i would. [telephone rings] i knew you had an affinity for it because it's the dance of a very proud people. hello? oh, hi, nana. what? all right. don't worry about it. ok. i'll see you later. all right. bye. i have to go to my grandmother's. what for? i have to open a bottle of catsup for her. so no lunch? no. we have time. how's she doing? she's starting to slip a little. sometimes she has trouble distinguishing between past and present. there's got to be an easier way to open catsup. they should make it in a tube. like toothpaste? aha! there's a squeeze catsup. i've seen squeeze mustard, never squeeze catsup. if they make squeeze mustard, it stands to reason that they make squeeze catsup. not necessa
CBS
Jul 15, 2013 6:00pm PDT
nelson "if you find trayvon martin killed by george zimmerman, will then need to consider e circumstances surrounding t killing." george zimmerman e said: 'yo you got a problemi against george zimmerman: mt experts say the same challe that faced prosecutors in t criminal trial could also a in a potential civil rights case. a bay area television stati now faces a lawsuit ... aft highly-publicized error rel to the san francisco plane crash. on friday, oakland-based "k- t-v-u" reported a list of n said to be the pilots of as flight 214. however - the n were fake - amounting to a racially- insensitive joke t the deadly crash. the n-t-s-b says a summer intern confirmed the bogus names to the station the phone... but it's still unclear where those names originated. journalism professors are already usine incident as a cautionary ta. cristina azocar "it's very bad for journali. it makes us look bad in an a when we already have an uphl battle for credibility. you know, it's a horrible momen but it is a very teachable moment for our students, wh can go wrong when you're not thinking." k-t-v-u has
CBS
Apr 3, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. george i saw it first. kramer i have to have it. i got dibs. no dibs. i need the statue. spread out. spread out. you numskulls. jeez. why don't you just settle it like mature adults? potato man. no. no. no potato man. inka dink. ok. uh, yeah start with me. yeah. good. good. inka dink, a bottle of ink, the cork fell out and you stink. not because you're dirty not because you're clean just because you kissed a girl behind the magazine and... wait. you are it. what are you doing? no. no. oh, ok. he's out. i get it. no. i'm it. i win. no. he's it. he wins. "it" is good. do over. start with him. no, no, no. kramer you got the socks. all right. you can have it. ok. i'm going to take the suit and... shoes and the hat. all right. let's go. hey, i look like joe friday in dragnet. ♪ dum dee dum dum ♪ i can't believe i won at inka dink. come on. let's go. aren't you taking it? no. i'll pick it up later. what about your stuff? oh. uh, ok. uh, yaaa! [crash] all right. let's go. you owe me one. what? the inka dink. you were it. it's bad? very bad. if you're not my editor, i go to another publ
CBS
Jun 19, 2013 6:00pm PDT
company. >> this is a shocker. >> reporter: sam singer is a bay area crisis manager . >> george zimmer is as iconic a name as is the pillsbury dough boy and tony the tiger. >> reporter: zimmer stepped down as the hands-on manager last year and some analysts believe it was hard for him to give up day to day control when he stepped down last year. he is 64 years old. very active in bay area charities and philanthropy along with liberal politics. >> george zimmer is a member of the national organization for the reform of marijuana laws, normal. >> reporter: he donated $70,000 to the 2010 losing ballot measure to legalize pot. what's next for his former company? >> one, i would want to look at who my main customer was and their age range. and i would try to find somebody in that age range with that credibility to repeat the same message that george zimmer has repeated for so many years and brought such luster to this brand. >> you're going to like the way you look, i guarantee it! >> you're going to like the way you look, i guarantee you. >> you're going to like the way you look, i
CBS
Jul 23, 2013 6:00pm PDT
of information the reader needs to know to have as good a time as possible. >> don george has been having a good time. he lives in oakland but is a citizen of the world. writing for such publications of national geographic and lonely planet. george loves being a travel writer so much he has written a book about how to be one. >> a travel writer is a professional who goes outearned and spends his professional hours doing this for a living and getting good reliable information that readers can use. >> but these are tough times for travel rider esiason. lonely planet with offices in oakland is announcing layoffs of 0% -- twenty percent of the staff worldwide. a greg reliance on social media postings as a source of travel information. >> that is where i think it's dangerous. to think that anyone going somewhere can deliver as timely and accurate information and analysis and opinion as someone who is a seasoned travel writer. that's where it begins to break down. >> p at a bookstore in berkeley there are still people who would prefer not to risk their travel p money on the advice of a t
CBS
Apr 5, 2013 6:00pm PDT
show then, by george that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. whenever i see the news and they're hauling in some criminal terrorist psycho maniac mass murderer, you notice he's always covering up his face? what is he worried about? what is this man's reputation that he has to worry about this kind of exposure damaging his good name? what is he, up for a big job promotion down at the office? afraid the boss will catch this on tv and go, "isn't that johnson from sales? "he's in that clock tower "picking people off one by one. "i don't know if that's the man we want heading up that new branch office." introducing new febreze stick & refresh with command strips from 3m. stick it to eliminate odors anywhere. like this trashcan. in like a flower field. aw man! [ screams ] [ laughs ] stick it almost anywhere. new febreze stick & refresh. breathe happy. wow, 10 days of allergy relief. i'm still claritin clear ! i've been claritin clear for
CBS
Sep 9, 2013 6:00pm PDT
look at that high pressure dome moving inland now, it's not george bush to be cold. this is not a pat -- it's not going to be cold. it's not going to be a pattern that will get rid of the heat. low pressure will enhance the flow from the ocean so temperatures go down montgomery goes up, good news for the fire danger and good news if you're tired of the heat which we have had for the past couple of days days. widespread fog near the bay. highs tomorrow near the fire. concord close to average. 68 in the city tomorrow. 82 in redwood city tuesday. once we get back to normal that's where we're going to stay. 70s near the bay all the way through the weekend and sunny and not as hot inland. everybody likes the sunshine and warm but when you have a fire of this size and magnitude we could use that onshore flow to help things out. >> need it. >> yes. >> okay, thanks. >>> still ahead, how bay area congressional delegates feel about taking action in syria. and we ask if any have changed their minds on the issue. . ♪[ music ] . >> and remembering a california car dealer famous for his tv ads wi
CBS
Mar 6, 2015 6:00pm PST
prohibition. got to go back for that one. >> reporter: yeah, ken. st. george spirits here in alameda, they pour tastings. it's not like a wine tastings. they can be shut down for selling it. holly smith has been to drink tastings before. but only at breweries and wineries. so she didn't know what to expect at st. george spirits. >> we were talking, you know, i wonder how they -- if they run it the same as like a waynery. >> reporter: you still smell, sip and savor but they can't sell bottles like in wine country. >> taste it and say i want that. >> the way things are written now in the laws are patently unfair towards distillers. >> reporter: st. george owner lance winters says the law which dates back to prohibition hurts business in what's supposed to be a booming industry even if this distillery has found a long, long way around the law. they do sell alcohol here but how it gets here is part of the problem. they send their alcohol 65 miles away to their distributedder in morgan hill and then a third party buys it and it comes back to alameda. 130 miles roundtrip so the bottles can
CBS
Mar 1, 2013 6:00pm PST
: that's right, george shirakawa was one of the longest lasting public officials in santa clara county having held elective office in this county in one form or another for the past 20 years. now after agreeing to plead guilty to several felony charges, he will never hold elective office in california again. >> and i have and i will cooperate certainly with any -- >> reporter: supervisor george shirakawa surrendered himself at the sheriff's office with his attorney and was booked on 12 felony and misdemeanor charges including perjury and misuse of public funds. the charges stem from years of failing to file campaign finance reports falsifying documents to cover his tracks, and lavishly spending public money on a county credit card. the district attorney says he wants to see shirakawa punished by spending up to a year in jail. >> what is important to me in this case is that he step downright away, that he plead guilty to the charges, that he pay all the money back and that spend some time behind bars. >> reporter: when first investigated by the metro newspaper five months ago, shirakawa
CBS
Mar 12, 2015 6:00pm PDT
blocking its construction move forward. "star wars" creator george lucas has yet to say whether he will look at another location. plans call for the museum to go along the shore of lake michigan. chicago says it intends to press forward and get the museum built. oakland is one of the cities that's made a pitch to george lucas if chicago falls through. >>> san jose's new mayor says he found the money to keep the city's libraries open. kpix 5's len ramirez tells us it is thanks in part to an improving budget. >> reporter: in english or spanish, the library has been a jewel in the mostly latino washington neighborhood. >> i read books for fun and i get some books so i can do courses on my school washington elementary. >> reporter: but for most or all of these children's lives the library has only been open three or four days a week due to the worst budget crisis in san jose history. >> it's a tragedy. i mean, the whole purpose of having a library is being open. >> reporter: but the city is about to turn the page on that chapter. >> we needed to find a way to get our doors open. >> rep
CBS
Apr 1, 2015 6:00pm PDT
. >>> pacers star paul george has missed the entire season with a broken leg. that has not stopped him from competing in another sport. >> good night, that is a huge fish!! >> that might be a little bit of a stretch. i wouldn't say it's a huge -- but george pulled in a crappy and it was exciting enough to post it on instagram. he becomes our first celebrity to crack the catch of the day line-up. you think you can do better? i'm sure you can than george. send us your pictures to catch of the day at kpix.com. and finally, we are going to go across the pond where one horse felt the jockey should also have to clear the hurdle. he goes airborne lands hard. he would walk off on his own power amazingly and avoid any serious injury. this was just his fifth professional ride, mount. and so i looked up on his biography and it said, pain is temporary. victory is forever. >> he better go back and change that. >> no kidding. >> thank you. >>> thanks so much. for news throughout the evening the latest is always on cbssf.com. >> join joey fatone: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harve
CBS
Jul 17, 2013 6:00pm PDT
: he was in downtown oakland the third night of demonstrations against the acquittal of george zimmerman was unfolding. the 32-year-old is a waiter at flora. >> i'm sympathetic to people, you know, who believe something really strongly and they feel it in their core enough to march and to, you know, really try to let their voices be heard. >> reporter: but on that night, cribley and his coworkers decided to stand outside and form a barrier in front of the restaurant. they were concerned about troublemakers. >> we had had an incident, a bad incident on saturday night which they broke a bunch of windows so in a sense we were kind of trying to deter people from coming back and, you know, smashing any more stuff. >> reporter: all of a sudden an angry crowd turned up and the atmosphere was ugly. >> that's when i heard somebody banging on our windows, turned around, kind of pushed them off and said stop. that was the degree of our interaction. he turned and cracked me in the head with the hammer. >> reporter: cribley's face is sore and bruised. glasses he wore that night probably dif
CBS
Mar 19, 2013 6:00pm PDT
out there, george. you're not out there. i am, too. you're not out there. you can't be because i'm out there. if i see you out there there's not enough voltage in this world to electroshock me back into coherence. anyway the operation is on tuesday, and i need you to drive me home because i'll be all drugged up. i can't do it tuesday. steinbrenner needs me-- this is the only time the doctor had. kramer! hey, hey! come on over here. no, you're going to sit down, you son of a gun. i'm sitting down. how are you? so, kramer... i'm getting an eye job. oh, yeah, good for you. you have to look your best. you're out there now. she's not out there. so, who's your doctor? uh, bakersoll. [whistles] he's good. he's very good. he worked on this kid from guatemala with no nose... turned him into ricardo montalban. kramer, what are you doing tuesday? tuesday, uh... why doesn't he pick you up after the operation? he's got the car with the bench seats that you like. oh, i don't care. i can't drive anybody anywhere until i go down to that motor vehicle bureau and get my new plates. well, giddy-up. k
CBS
Feb 10, 2015 6:00pm PST
the day. >>> basketball up top. once upon a time, george karl was the first to run dean smith four corners offense at north carolina. sense then he rolled up over 1100 wins six all times as an nba coach and we're on the verge of calling him the sacramento kings third head coach this season. karl warriors coach from 1986 to '88 let go by denver in 2013. kings record 18-32. but what of his former players, gary peyton had quite a lot to say to sacramento's franchise player here demarcus cousins whose agent didn't want karl hired reportedly. >> you listen to yourself. you gonna make a lot of money. you don't even know george karl. so let me tell he, you gonna have to go out there and play for this guy. when you play i for this guy he's gonna let do you whatever you want. he is going to make you another all-star and $100 million so leave your agent alone. he doesn't know what's happening. get out of here! play basketball. >> whoo! >> i'm still shaking. >> yeah. >> ken, here's the key. patriots quarterback malcolm butler at a new england car dealership got the super bowl mvp truck passed
CBS
Jul 3, 2015 6:00pm PDT
graduate near the washington monument unless you go to george washington university like [ non-english language ] >> you walk in there past the white house and the washington monument and you got lincoln on the other side and you just kind of look around like, what is this, what am i doing here? sometimes it kind of i have to pinch myself as well to see that this isn't a dream that this is real and you know when you think about it when i really think about it, where i was and where i am now, it's -- how did that happen? >> reporter: he was born in afghanistan. >> what function do we take the derivative of? >> reporter: we first met him four years ago when he was a senior at the athenian school in concord. >> it's wonderful. it's amazing he's here to think about a child having to go through all this stress and struggle he went through. >> reporter: this tattered photo shows him as a baby in the traditional afghan style. they lived in constant fear of the taliban. >> my mom had blankets against the windows. just in case a bullet was fired. the glass wouldn't come through the wind
CBS
Aug 15, 2014 6:00pm PDT
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May 26, 2015 6:00pm PDT
temperatures. 60 degrees. keith, 62. only 52 in san francisco right now. so says george hughes. only 63 and bill moon in orinda64 degrees. it's chilly just about everywhere. you have cooled down quickly back struggling -- 59. san jose 65. san -- 25 consecutive afternoons cooler than average. we'll make it to 26. we will not make it to 27. there's a change coming. fremont tonight 51 degrees. redwood city 5 #. a lot of kids walk it school. it will not be a chilly night but cloudy and drizzly. san francisco one of the spots. 52 your overnight lows. a ridge of high pressure. it looks like this ridge is so close why would we take about cool air. in most parts of world if there was a ridge right next to you would be warm and sunny and dry. not here. we live next to a chilly ocean. the ridge is not directly overhead. one more day that ridge is kind of bashful. it gets closer starting thursday. the on shore flow won't completely go away. sunshine from start to finish. 5 to 15 degrees warmer beginning thursday. that's our transition day but the ridge which is bashful in getting here is going to high
CBS
Jul 12, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. rethink possible. in closing arguments tod id the >>> the george zimmerman murder trial is now in the hands of the jury. the closing arguments today prosecutors said the neighborhood watchman tracked down and killed trayvon martin. but the defense said zimmerman had no choice but to shoot in self-defense. susan mcginnis has the latest from sanford, florida. >> reporter: defense attorney mark o'mara spent three hours and used a number of props trying to convince the jury of his client's innocence. >> you look at all this evidence and you have to say, i have a reasonable doubt. >> reporter: in february of 2012, george zimmerman spotted trayvon martin walking through his neighborhood and called authorities. >> are you following him? >> yeah. >> okay, we don't need you to do that. >> reporter: the teenager ran toward his home but minutes later the two men met up. the defense played the jury this animation showing the teen attacking their client unprovoked. >> self-defense is a defense to everything. >> reporter: but the prosecution claims it was zimmerman who tracked down martin. >> t
CBS
Feb 21, 2013 6:00pm PST
approach to personal safety is taking hold nationwide. >> straightforward. >> reporter: at george mason university in virginia, campus police and first responders are told to take down shooters the moment they arrive on the scene and not wait for s.w.a.t. teams. but before police get there, it's critical to be ready for the worst-case scenario. >> for far too long, people have been trained just hide and hopefully they won't get to you. what we have found when we look at these active shooter situations in schools, universities, hospitals, business settings, people don't have time. just telling people to hide, your setting them up for failure. >> with san jose community college it was students not professors or law enforcement who led the evacuation of the building last fall. they say that is successful training. and more active shooter courses are going to be offered to students this spring. >>> across the country vice president joe biden is trying to rally support for new gun control laws. the vice president was in connecticut today not far from the scene of the newtown school mas
CBS
Aug 12, 2014 6:00pm PDT
under way for pausers all-star paul george -- pacers all-star paul george who had a broken leg while playing for team usa. he is out for the year. for some of the indianapolis media the injury is like a death in the family. >> are there any plans to have to wear a patch or anything like that during the season for him or any way honor -- >> he's still alive! [ laughter ] >> any way to honor him at all? >> i don't think we're going to do that. we'll just pat him on the back every once in a while. [ laughter ] >> one of those questions we have all been there. wish we could get that one back. >>> staying alive is also the chant of one raider hopeful whose career has gone from holding a mop to holding a spot on the roster. dan kistler signed with the oakland raiders as an undrafted free agent on may 16 fulfilling a dream of playing in the nfl. >> my dad growing up watching long and all those guys, running around making plays, winning championships, i mean, being able to bring the tradition back is exciting for me to be part of it. >> reporter: his road to the league was unique. he was hig
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May 27, 2013 6:00pm PDT
george shakes, and he was in the marines. he was over in world war ii, was wounded over there, came back, never thought he'd go back again, and he went to korea. >> i'm john murphy. i have my best friend in high school, tim fogarty, his ne fu died recently in afghanistan. >> i fly the flag in honor of hi grandparents and my sister who are serving in the armed forces. >> my dad four years as a marine and had five tours of duty and my mom had seven tours of duty. she was an army nurse. that's why memorial day is so big for us because my parents are both te ceased but they were both veterans and bebelieve strongly in giving back to our country. >> i was in the marine corps from 2002 to 2006. my dad was a navy vet. he was in aviation during vietnam. >> so he's a vet. >> he is. >> you're a vet. >> he is -- yes. >> are you going to be a vet. >> i hope so. i hope so. >> well, i was out today. put some flowers out there. talked to him. tells me what to do and whatnot to do like i always tell the kids. >> memorial day is a time to remember those who serve the united states. for some, that's every
CBS
Dec 17, 2013 6:00pm PST
important tool. george washington university law professor orrin kurr says the judge's opinion is not likely to shut down the program. >> it's only a decision by one trial judge at the lowest levels of the federal system so there's a long way to go before we know if the supreme court will uphold the program if constitutional or unconstitutional. >> reporter: several tech companies are working on software to prevent the government from collecting user information. ko im for cbs news, the white house. >> several other judges have ruled the nsa collection of phone data is constitutional. >>> still ahead, what you have to do to guarantee coverage with "covered california" at the start of next year. >> and how scientists are stepping outside the box and helping almond sales go totally nuts. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, question: why are people suddenly nuts over almonds? >>> every cliche in the world. the almond industry is growing and it begs the question, why are people suddenly going nuts overall monday's? tony lopez gets the answer from the almond experts in sacramento's. ♪[ music ] >> reporter:
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Jun 27, 2013 6:00pm PDT
witness for the prosecution took the stand at the murder trial of george zimmerman. a friend of trayvon martin says she was on the phone with him moments before george zimmerman claims to have shot him in self- defense. she said while she was on the phone she heard a scuffle between trayvon and a man he had told her was following him. >> he looked like a creepy [ bleep ] cracker. i heard him saying get off. >> an attorney for zimmerman questioned her credibility accusing her of changing her story. zimmerman faces life in prison if convicted. >>> we have an update on that breaking news story we told you about earlier. an explosive was found at the construction site of the new doyle drive in san francisco. kpix 5's linda yee has been following the situation out there and has an update. >> reporter: ken, just about 15 to to minutes ago, the mill -- 20 minutes ago the military explosives team was out here. they tried to detonate the ordnance but apparently, they didn't have any luck. so right now, they are still digging around that area. they are going to try it again. hopefully in the next
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May 5, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. >> you have george lieu the castillas who wants to spend 700 million of his own money to build a world class museum. chicago is putting on a full court press. >> lucas' wife lives in the windy city can which he now considers a second home. >> is lucas seriously considering chicago? >> you bet. >> or is this just a battle to get a better dealership out of the prisidio. >> this would have been going on during the whole competition here in san francisco. >> but it is not at the prisidio, then where. one possible location, piers 30 and 32, 2 same piers at the golden state warriors were going to build their arena on until they ran into a buzz saw of opposition over its size. >> it is a great option. i think the size of the museum could fit very well. >> even the former mayor says lucas may be just the fit. >> i think he has the capacity to create something magnificent at the waterfront. >> should we have been moving earlier? >> we should have been. we lost the 49ers because we didn't have a vision. >> still, it is a rare moment when even opposites like willie brown and art agree. >> i
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Mar 17, 2015 6:00pm PDT
watchers and a lot of folks giving us their weather from their backward. george in san francisco sent us information. 62 degrees barometer is falling and a west wind at 13 miles per hour and he said the wind chill is in the 50s. chillier as you get close to the coastline in san francisco. so we have temperatures out there generally in the 60s. we'll take a peek outside and show you what's going on in san jose. take a look at that gorgeous shot. out of the 70s for most of you and santa rosa at 71. look at san francisco cooler. 58 downtown. oakland, good evening to you 68 degrees. warm. we always talk about the drought. we haven't talked as much about how warm it has been this winter. santa rosa for the month of march so far 4 degrees warmer than average. that's significant. oakland, 3.5 degrees warmer than advantage and san jose 3 degrees warmer. nights have been mild. nights will continue to be mild because of fog and low cloud cover that will roll in. vallejo, you'll wake up to 50 degrees. san francisco, 53. yesterday we were talking about a ridge to our south and a low pressure to o
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Mar 11, 2013 6:00pm PDT
phobic bigotry. >> reporter: san francisco d.a. george gascon led a group of city leaders denouncing the ad. >> the only thing necessary for evil to prevail is for good people to look the other way and do nothing. >> when somebody attacks our religious, they attack us. >> i'm using high-profile muslims and their own words. how does that paint every muslim with the same brush? i don't understand that. >> no more hate! no more hate! >> reporter: is it hate speech or free speech? doesn't seem to matter much to muni. can i swear on a bus ad? >> it depends on the issue, the ad, what you're saying. >> reporter: in this case, muni felt obligated to run the ads because in similar cases courts have ruled the first amendment applies to such ads but the transit system decided not to make money on it. >> the revenue would be about $5,000, but we're transferring that to the human rights commission to help support and encourage tolerance. >> reporter: again, there are 10 ads, 800 buses in the system, and as i mentioned before if there wasn't such a big deal about this, you might not even have seen
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Jul 22, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. >> b.a.r.t rider george coster says kickling people out doesn't solve the real problem. many are homeless with no where to go. >> been here for 30 years. the homeless issue will be here 30 years and will continue until we offer real solutions. >> police told 17 people leave tuesday morning and they listened. yes, the station less cluttered. but some riders aren't convinced cracking down on people sitting is a path people should be going down. >> i don't have anything against them, but seeing someone, i will be very watchful. i don't mind either way. >> reporter: police say they are working with nonprofits and local organizations to help the homeless in order to get them literally back on their feet. at the san francisco civic station, mark kelly kpix 5. >>> fire crews had to save a guy from the back of a garbage truck this morning. turns out we he fell asleep in a dumpster and got a near death wake up call. kpix 5 ryan takeo tells us the quick thinking the garbage truck driver probably saved his life. >> it's a rescue rarely seen. it took place about 20 feet above the ground in the back o
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Feb 24, 2015 6:00pm PST
morning. >>> george zimmerman will not face federal charges in the death of trayvon martin. zimmerman claimed self-defense if the killing of the teen after a confrontation in florida and was acquitted of murder and manslaughter charges. martin's parents had hoped a federal investigation would find him responsible for the teen's death. today, the justice department said there was no evidence to bring civil rights charges against zimmerman. >>> a "black lives matter" teachin was held today in uc- san francisco. dozens attended the talk designed to raise awareness in the wake of recent police shootings of african-americans. some students led discussions about race and minority rights. >>> president obama has vetoed the keystone pipeline project. it would have connected canada's tar sands with refineries on the texas gulf coast. the issue now goes back to congress. republicans don't appear to have the two-thirds vote needed to override the veto. if the senate is quick to act, congress could avoid a looming homeland security shutdown. the department will run out of money friday. senate rep
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Apr 2, 2015 6:00pm PDT
also served as state controller. >>> former santa clara county supervisor george shirakawa hopes an apology will keep him out of jail. he acknowledged he was behind a campaign mailer in 2010 according to the "mercury news." that was designed to help a buddy win a san jose city council seat. it called an opponent a communist sympathizer. shirakawa has pleaded no contest to a felony related to the flyer. he will be sentenced tomorrow. >>> an accused killer robert durst will be in a louisiana jail a while longer. the millionaire real estate heir was back in a new orleans courtroom today. his hearing on a weapons charge was delayed a week because two federal agents and a state trooper didn't show up to testify. his lawyers say he is ready to return to los angeles to face charges of murdering his friend and spokesman susan berman 15 years ago. >>> tonight a tentative deal after the marathon nuclear talks between the u.s. and iran and other world powers. brian webb says they will limit but not destroy iran's nuclear program. >> reporter: president obama says the steps made to modify iran'
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Jan 13, 2014 6:00pm PST
, bay area represent have george miller says he is ready to retire. it was hugs and hand shakes for the contra costa county democrat this morning. after his announcement, he has spent 40 years in congress serving as a leading voice on education and labor issues. miller is one of the last of a group of lawmakers elected in 1974 right after the water gate scandal. he played instrumental roles in passing the no child left behind and the aced fordable health care act. looking-- affordable health care act. looking b he says he is proud of what he has done. >> i have had a great run. hard to isolate on one, but the affordable health care act to me is a game change r. for the whole nation and for families. >> the 68-year-old is fifth on the house majority list and is a top adviser to house minority leader nancy pelosi. >>> places where they used to hang out like the mid-market area are less welcoming as new businesses move in. our mark kelly found the homeless are seeking shelter in knew new neighborhoods. >> in the sad doe of city hall where tour buses drive by, the homeless population is alm
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Jul 22, 2013 6:00pm PDT
their son. british book makers are favoring traditional royal names like george or james. >>> pope frances making his first foreign trip since being elected pope. he is on a seven day viz to brazil. thousands fill the street to welcome the pope. at one point he got stuck in traffic and i then surrounded by well wishers. the goal of the trip is to help reconnect you to the catholic faith. >>> how a unique device could help certain breast cancer patients by chilling their scalp. >>> not typically how we spend our july afternoons, cloudy, humid with a chance of rain, but that's exactly where we find ourselves tonight. find out how long this rain chance will stick around in your 7 day forecast, coming up. >>> coming up, 49ers camp is back. so is jim harbaugh. >> i don't agree with that. >>> when is the truth not the truth? >> we won because the truth is on my side. >> why a baseball superstar was suspended. we're going to land this a little bit better than this guy did, coming up. ,, [ female announcer ] for the freshest produce, you want to be close to the people who are close to the
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Oct 15, 2013 6:00pm PDT
: both sides have been singing the praises of the three mediators who are here including george h. cohen. he has been in talks with pro football, fee basketball, and pro hockey. hopefully they will make a difference. at this point, i still cannot tell you whether we will have a strike tomorrow or not. brian webb kpix 5. >> brian, thank you for that. we will check back later. >>> as we have been reporting night after night, people are down right angry about all this. as allen martin shows us, even those wideep connections, there is no denying that. >> reporter: we spoke with a former member of the b.a.r.t board of directors. while the two may not see cry to eye, they certainly see problems. >> the angst this is causing, the anger. >> and it is not the first time. >> every single time since we had a lengthy strike in 1979, every time. this is nothing new. >> so, how do we prevent this standoff from happening again. they say the problem lies partly with the board of directors. what he sees is an unnecessary lair of bureaucracy. >> there are three elected transsit boards. two of them
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Feb 17, 2015 6:00pm PST
lir ricks and a -- lyrics and a melody. >> did you ever feel lonely? >> maybe. >> george was the same way? >> yeah. they would just play and that would cut me out immediately. >> still the songs they wrote for her are part of rock legends. >> amazed that they were written for me. but, it was inside them anyway. the creativity is all there. i just happened to be there. >> in san francisco back to you. >> and you can see patty boyd's photos at the san francisco art exchange through march 31. >>> big time weather change today. i know change we all want is some rainfall. we didn't get that. we got much cooler weather thanks to the on shore flow. a little bit of june gloom. the calender means nothing this year when it comes to the weather. it felt like may over the weekend and june today. temperatures went from the 70s down to the 50s. that's all when he for highs to today. livermore 67. san francisco 55. dublin usually the inland communities are the first to break out it did not occur today. it stayed cloudy all day long. temperatures respond. livermore hit 77 on sunday. even yesterday 71
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Jun 23, 2015 6:00pm PDT
disarray. according to reports, george karl is interested in trading center demarcus cousins who has been the subject of rumors involving the lakers and other teams. vivek ranadive firmly told reporters today he has his big man off the table. dozens weighed in on the matter by tweeting a picture of a snake in the grass. stay tuned for that one. more controversy. another chapter in deflate gate and that scandal. tom brady today got to tell it to the new york giants. had judge was nfl commissioner roger goodell. brady headed to the nfl officers to explain why they should reduce his four-game suspension. a timetable for the ruling is unclear. >>> 39-year-old torii hunter got grilled in the chest by a throw back to the infield. it wasn't until after the game that they found out exactly where he got hit. >> cabrera threw a ball and hit me in my [ inaudible ] and that hurt pretty good. but i got my wife here so she can rub it. >> fantastic. tor ae huntii hunter. the warriors' victory lap continues. highlights on the late show. >> go gia you can save over 500 bucks when you switch to progre
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Apr 29, 2013 6:00pm PDT
george w. bush bumper stickers on our bumpers. >> reporter: the county is gun country, a bright red blip in a blue state, a place where long time gun instructors, it's never too early to buy a kid his first gun. >> a shotgun for the baby before he was born. as a baby shower gift. >> the county has the highest number of gun sales per one thousand people in the state. it's a place where gun control and gun ownership coexist. though not quite peacefully. >> i don't think we need anymore restrictions. >> reporter: that's the consensus here in reddings old west gun and loan where young and old come to talk pistol and politics. judy schmidt has justified it on a 22 caliber rifle knowing full well she won't what you mean walk out of the store -- walk out of the store with it. >> reporter: when you bought your gun, you knew you were going to have to wait ten days to come and pick it up. how do you feel about it. >> doesn't bother me at all. >> reporter: what does bother her is that people without permits have o to undergo before getting a gun. >> i would give you a test, a 30 question test, you
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Dec 30, 2014 6:00pm PST
reports of injuries. >>> the first president george bush is released from a houston hospital. "41" was taken there by ambulance last tuesday night after experiencing shortness of breath. his spokesman says he is resting at home. bush, who is now 90, says he is grateful to the doctors and the nurses for the superb care. >>> pulled off his surfboard and business end by a shark. tonight, a man is speaking out about his scary experience in the waters off san luis obispo. he was pulled off his surfboard and bitten by a shark. >> i'm lucky to be alive. yeah. no doubt about that. >> reporter: it was a moment. kevin swanson says he will never forget. he was out surfing with his buddy sunday morning. the waves were smooth, the surf was fun. that is until a great white shark attacked him. >> everything just, you know, changed dramatically at that point, you know. it went from calm serene beautiful day with your friends to, you know, violent. >> reporter: the shark believed between 8 to 10 feet bit hit and pulled him under. >> it took me down 5 to 10 feet. >> reporter: he was in surgery for two h
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Jul 7, 2014 6:00pm PDT
to their house. george rose says the hollow sound indicates a sinning hole may be developling under his sidewalk. he says the ground under his house is sinking also. and, he's not the only worried neighbor. >> they need to figure out out. i'm tide of driving around this sink hole because live up here. >> it hasn't collapsed yet. but folks aren't taking any chances. no one knows what is under the asphalt. east bay mud is monitoring the pipes, but. >> they had it put in before world war ii. >> east bay mud says every drop counts, especially during the the draught. so they are sending a third team out to investigate and get to the bottom of where that water is coming from. in oakland, don ford kpix 5. >> in the meantime, neighbors say that that water has been around for so long that wild life actually comes down to drink from it like a natural little spring. >> hmm. >>> coming up, the family of a man electro cuted in a bizarre 4th of july accident. >> to see my grand kids, get up there to find out one is gone. i just lost it. >> what the man's brother did to try steve him. >>> more und
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Jun 14, 2013 6:00pm PDT
force may not be with george lucas' low-income housing project. the marin community foundation a partner in the project pulled out of a plan to build 200 housing units at marin county's grady ranch. that's a location where the "star wars" filmmaker wanted to build a film studio until nearby residents protested. lucas's skywalker properties is reportedly in talks with other affordable housing develop, interested in the project. >>> the country's top two digital cities are joining together using their tech talent to solve some big city problems. new york city's mayor michael bloomberg came to san francisco to meet with mayor lee. kpix 5's linda yee tells us about the big announcement. >> not only know who i am and where i am and what i said last night in may last email, they can go into my wallet. >> reporter: a photo op with the two big city mayors showing how technology makes life easier. in this case, square up helps businesses with credit card purchases. the mayors are calling attention to a summit next fall to attract high-tech businesses to their respective cities. >> what pe
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Dec 17, 2014 6:00pm PST
francisco's district attorney george gascon who left cuba with his family when he was just 13 and visited there last year has a decidedly different view of that image. do people visiting, say, from the bay area see the real cuba? >> generally they don't. the working class cuban that would tell you about the lack of, um, consumer good, the lack of even medical -- medical attention, it's also important to recognize that, you know, the cuban government is -- is a dictatorship. my uncle wound up being sent to prison for his union activities. i also recognize that what we have been doing for the last 50 years really hasn't worked. >> my hope is that by having this kind of opportunity will mean long term the people of cuba will be better off. >> it's a lot of blood has been attached to this regime that often is completely, um, overlooked when we talk about cuba. >> reporter: but ask a businessman like darius anderson who has hosted over 50 trips for california vips to cuba in anticipation of today and you hear about pure gold. especially for california. >> engineering firms, agriculture
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Oct 24, 2013 6:00pm PDT
full restoration because you have lost too much hair. >> reporter: oh, well. george got a little work done on the top. >> i recently became divorced a few years ago. and so i'm back on the singles scene again. >> reporter: dr. robert leonard didn't let him go overboard. >> more growth is happening. he probably has 60% of the last transplant he has growing so the next 40% over the next 12 months. >> reporter: so far he says chicks dig it. mike sugerman, kpix 5. >> transplants can run from $4,000 to $15,000 sometimes more than one are needed. >> people are transplanting from the east coast to the west coast because it's so nice out here. >> gorgeous. >> although today was cooler. >>> stayed caught a lot of folks off guard -- today caught a lot of folks off guard because the marine layer went all the way in and we stayed chilly. that's the exception to the rule because coming up over the weekend we will warm up and we'll be the envy of the weather world. a lot of folks would love to be in the bay area. today chilly. our new camera at sfo showing you clear skies showing you daly city and
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Feb 7, 2013 6:00pm PST
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. save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. keep more presidents in your wallet. sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ engine revs ] [ female announcer ] small... [ engine revs ] wicked... ♪ ♪ and now... ♪ ♪ topless. ♪ ♪ the fiat 500 abarth cabrio. ♪ ♪ but one bay area consumer got more than she bargained for when she took her dog to a >>> pet owners spend lots of money grooming pets but one bay area consumer got more than she bargained for when she took her dog to a local petsmart. >> reporter: kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts -- as kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts explains, the pooch has never been the same. >> sickening. >> reporter: vanessa still reeling over little khloe's grooming nightmare. >> it just upse
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Jun 12, 2013 6:00pm PDT
to the line-up later this week once the swelling goes down. >>> giants reliever george contos on his 28th birthday today was suspended three games for throwing at pirates player andrew mccutcheon and he can't even serve it yet because he was sent down today to the minor leagues! yeah. the news keeps coming, bench coach ron filling in for bruce beach cloudy suspended bochy for one game. a pitcher gave up 8 runs tonight in pittsburg and the pirates lead this one 11-6 late in the game. >>> the dodgers and diamondbacks will open up the 2014 season with two games in sydney, australia. don't look for the two teams to share any veg might sandwiches to celebrate. dodger zach ricky was the fit batter hit by a pitch last night and just like australian rules football a scrum ensued near the diamondbacks' dugout. it resulted in six ejections including dodgers hitting coach mark mcgwire who had to be restrained by another former bay area star diamonds backs first base coach matt williams. >>> nba, tony parker a game- time decision for game 4 tomorrow after an mri revealed a strained hamstring. if
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Oct 8, 2013 6:00pm PDT
, georg, with a total of $20,870, it's the jackson family. and from san mateo, california, wherever that is, it's the electona family. everybody's here trying to win theyself a lot of cash and a chance at driving out of here in a brand-new, stylish ford fusion.
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Oct 21, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. [ laughter ] ♪[ music ] >> meet george jetson >> reporter: it's not the jetsons. nor is it marty mcfly. but it's not just hot air. >> there's no air flow at all. >> reporter: it's magnetic rejection instead that is attracting a lot of attention. i am floating on air! it's the hendo hover board. >> the hover board sort of chose us. >> reporter: a small typical silicon valley office, a startup called arc's packs with its white boards and requisite dog tippy greg henderson is making his invention which was never meant to zip borders along a halfpipe. it was to prevent buildings from collapsing in an earthquake. >> buildings not anchored to the ground and the ground is able to free lee shake the building, what you have is perfect base isolation. >> reporter: he is still working on that but darned if hover board weren't much more fun and marketable and could grab the public's imagination in a way ace isolation never could. even a first-timer can jump on it and air it out. or an experienced border like garrett can display his talents. there is a kickstarter campaign to buy a starter kick to
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Jan 9, 2014 6:00pm PST
texts show she planned lane closures to the george washington bridge connecting new york and new jersey causing a massive four- day traffic jam allegedly revenge against the democratic mayor who refused to endorse christie. >> i had no knowledge or involvement in this issue. ultimately, i am responsible for what happens under my watch, the good and the bad. >> today christie met with fort lee's mayor in person and said the mayor accepted his apology. christie is seen as an early front-runner for the 2016 republican presidential nomination. >>> still ahead, anonymous yelp reviews may soon be a thing of the past. coming up in consumerwatch, how leaving a negative review online could cost you. >> 54 degrees live on treasure island. kpix 5 mobile weather lab we're out looking for rain looking in vain right now. we'll have a beautiful view of san francisco and a pretty good- looking seven-day forecast if you would like to get outside. we have that coming up next. >> and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, how does an nfl player watch channel 5? >> i just press the install button. >> and
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Feb 26, 2013 6:00pm PST
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Apr 4, 2014 6:00pm PDT
attorney george gascon spoke about corruption scandals involving politicians after former san francisco supervisor ed jew was sentenced today. >> our entire democracy depends upon public trust. when public officials make a mockery of the system, it has to be consequences for that. >> yee is scheduled to be arraigned on tuesday. >>> and kpix 5 political analyst melissa griffin-caen join us. we have the affidavit that was the first news. and now we have an indictment. and we were -- it's not like that was a surprise. we knew the indictment was coming. >> that's true. but a lot of people don't understand what a grand jury actually is. and it basically is a reality check on government power. you see, without a grand jury, prosecutors could just force anyone to endure a criminal trial and criminal trials are tough both for the participants and for the communities that have to pay for them. so we have people in the community who come together as a grand jury and they basically say, okay, prosecution, show us that you at least have probable cause to find that this person committed th
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Aug 14, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. >> i'm john. >> yeah. >> george. >> only one left. >> ringo. [ laughter ] >> reporter: all right. this band of non-singers was singing earlier. it, however, was not going to be what paul mccartney was going to sound like tonight. he had a sound check earlier today. he was singing, uhm, baby you can drive my car. you could hear it outside. and it promises to be an incredible show. they have been working for days on this huge stage. 36 semis full of stuff that was dumped off here. it's one of the largest video screens in rock. it will be showing pictures and videos from the first time they were here back in '66. these speakers are expected to be loud enough no matter how loud the people get, they probably won't be screaming, there are probably a lot of aarp members here, among them donna barnes. she can tell you what that was like. she is working. she was here almost half a century ago as a fan 35 years after she worked for the 9ers here. >> we sat over there on the west side. the stadium was set up there, but we sat like over here. >> reporter: what's it like for you to be here? >> very
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May 27, 2014 6:00pm PDT
paul george saw things a little differently. >> they won this game at the free throw line. they really just were able to get to the line more than we were. i thought we out played them tonight. >> get some facts and come back and see me. >> we did only have five turnovers, seven steals, and 20 points off their turnovers. that had nothing to do with the free throw line. >> reporter: okay, folks. it's almost 7:00 o'clock. we have to get out of here. triple med -- header. you have the a's, giants. live at candle stick, dennis o'donnell, back to you. >> great tour. i love that, dennis. thanks. >> yeah. you could be out there on the field. you have some moves. you better get back in. >> reporter: no trick photography there. >> i am assuming it is a big sell out, very popular event the. >> reporter: yeah. a lot of people are coming in late. again, it is the only chance to see the americans play before they head to brazil. that's why i'm going to check it out. >> good stuff. >> very exciting to watch. >> have fun. >> there he goes again. >> he is just all over the place. >> using that press p
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