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Mar 18, 2013 6:00pm PDT
her sketches, and it turns out they're paula's. george, i just like to doodle. oop. dropped my napkin. [whispering] jerry! what? what are you doing? what? she had those nuts in her mouth. she just spit them out! oh! eew! you-- you ate these? you sucked on these and then put them on the plate? well, i didn't know you were going to eat them! still! i'm sorry you find me so repulsive. no, no. i don't. i mean, don't be silly. yeah. just... well--ahem-- if you'll excuse me, i think i'll just go to the ladies room. i'll join you. oh, man. did you see that? i ate discarded food. well, i've done that. yeah, but with you it's intentional. haven't you kissed her? yeah, but this is different. this is like, you know semi-digested food stuff. you know, the next stop is the stomach and you can take it from there. oh, excuse me. just a second. yeah, that's it. that's going to make a big difference. hey, this is dating. you can't leave anything to chance. hey, you think shelly's upset that i made a big deal about the pecan? ahem. yeah. thanks. no problem. well, jerry, i guess we should get goi
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Apr 4, 2013 6:00pm PDT
dad was recording his dumb 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. >>> mark is here now with sports. giants open tomorrow. but the a's got a little winning streak going here. >> yeah. not too shabby. they come on strong and take care of seattle and look good doing it. we've got to show you a little fan activity. look at the grab made by the fan right there! the most spectacular part about it, didn't spill a drop of his beer in the left hand. looking good! josh reddick, who got off to a little bit of a short start, one way to right center! he had four rbi's on the day. 3-1 a's in the sixth. how about this guy, michael morris? four homers in four games. got to a.j. griffin right there. yoenis cespedes, just a laser that leaves the yard in left. two-run shot, his second of the year. and the fan saying, yeah, i caught that ball, no problem. the a's victorious to split that series. >>> meantime, the sharks on a roll
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Apr 9, 2013 6:00pm PDT
, "excuse me, what?" maybe i'll meet you. no, george. we're going out to eat tonight with your father. oh. ok. talk to you later. yeah. take it easy. oh, my god. ok. i had this idea for a pizza place where you make your own pie. you remember that? that was a good one. [speaking very low] what's that? excuse me? yeah. yeah. you know that leslie's in the clothing business? she's a designer. she's has a new one that'll be the big new look in men's fashions. it's like a puffy shirt. oh, a puffy shirt. puffy. yeah. see, i think people want to look like pirates. it's the right time for it be all puffy and devil-may-care. that's true. i'll be right back. jerry's going to be on the today show on friday. yeah, that's right. he's promoting a benefit for goodwill. they clothe the poor and the homeless. and the indigent. yeah. i do volunteer work for them. i got jerry to do it. sure. oh, yeah. yeah. yup. take a civil service test. i'm not taking a civil service test. look at this, george. you ever seen a silver dollar? yes, i've seen a silver dollar. why not take the civil service test? to do wha
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Mar 20, 2013 6:00pm PDT
friends, either. hello, joe? who is this? it's me, george costanza. who? remember i was here a while back? we watched breakfast at tiffany's together. what do you want? well, i've rented another video, joe and there's some popcorn. i thought we could do it again. go away. remy. hi. you. what are you doing here? i got another audrey hepburn movie. remy, is that you? daddy, that man's here again. remy, i want you up here instantly. remy, i was just thinking the last time we were together-- oh, that's great. just pull the car around front. i'll meet you. you sure? i'll take care of it. throw that in there, would you? excuse me. i take heart medication. what would you recommend for a runny nose? take an antihistamine. they're over there. it's all right to take them? they're great. what about appetite suppressants? uh... oh. here. here you go. thank you, young man. have a good day, sir. so this is the swanky diplomat's club. i don't see katie. oh, is this a fellow club member? she's this woman who's booking me on college tours. she thinks i'm some big celebrity that has to be pamper
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Jun 24, 2013 6:00pm PDT
prosecutorses at the murder trial of george zimmerman tried to prove with profanity and a knock-knock joke. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ male narrator: there's something positive being generated in california. when ordinary energy is put in the hands of extraordinary people, amazing things happen. the kind of things that drive us to do more, to go further, to be better. we're dedicated to being a company you can count on, because you've always been customers we believe in. your energy plus ours. together, there's no limit to what we can achieve. >>> i am grateful we are closer to getting the nation close in college admissions. >> affirmative action survives a u.s. supreme court review. the justices ordered lower courts to review a texas case today, but they did not strike down affirmative action. the case was watched closely here in california where race cannot be used as a factor in college admissions. kpix 5's linda yee candle stick employee is at uc berk low with some reaction. drain. >> reporter: ken, here in california, that supreme court decision has no impact on the public university becau
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Mar 15, 2013 6:00pm PDT
his dumb 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. look at you. why don't you use a fork? you're no good with the sticks. i know. i need a lesson. you stink. you know you stink. what is this? ooh! my ballet tickets. oh, your ballet tickets. hey, have you ever been to the ballet? no, but i've seen people on tiptoes. i'm going as a beard. a beard? yeah. this friend of a friend knows this banker guy. he's 30ish unbelievably gorgeous. of course he's gay. yeah. his boss invited him to the met to see swan lake with him and his wife. he's afraid his boss can't handle his orientation, so i'm going along as his date. why? swan lake at the met. [sniffing] ooh! chinese food. i knew i smelled something. hey. is george still wearing that toupee? doesn't he know how ridiculous he looks? i think he looks fantastic. oh, come on! i never realized what an attractive man he is. captioning made possible by columbia tristar domestic te
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May 29, 2014 6:00pm PDT
-old george chen. he was among those killed in the santa barbara massacre. chen will be honored at leland high school where he graduated in 2012. >>> new at 6:00, it's wilderness, farmland, it's public, it's private. it's one of the most beautiful places in california. but as allen martin shows us, it's also a little complicated right now. >> reporter: very complicated. we're talking about point reyes national seashore a unique and beautiful place that finds itself under a cloud of hard feelings. >> the ranches out here have been excellent stewards of the land and it's really because of the ranchers that we have this amazing national park. >> reporter: if california truly has happy cows, these are those cows. and they have been grazing above these stunning shorelines since before this was a park. >> in some cases we're working with the fourth generation of ranchers out here which is a really wonderful and unique situation fortunate park service. >> reporter: but the park service is working on a new long range management plan for the ran of land and has some people restless. >> i th
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May 2, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. >> i call him lonesome george. he looks so -- [ laughter ] >> reporter: last sunday, the 26-pound tortoise was found walking down the mill of campbell street in visitacion valley. a strange sight, yes. but animal care experts say this exotic species likes to burrow and that's probably how he got loose. >> most likely this guy probably dug -- was out in the yard, dug under a fence and escaped that way. >> reporter: lonesome george's pedigree is africa on the southern border of the sahara. they are considered a threatened reptile there but they are easily bred and sold here in the united states. he is worth up to $2,000. and animal care and control is looking for his owner. >> we're estimating he is about 15 years old. they do -- they can live like 100 years and they can get up to 200-plus pounds about a three-foot diameter shell. >> reporter: 100 years old, as eric says, that's a lifetime commitment for a pet. but the owner, they need to get this owner because they need to call animal care and control immediately or else they are going to have to find another home for lonesome geor
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Mar 6, 2013 6:00pm PST
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Jul 24, 2013 6:00pm PDT
family. meet his royal highness prince george alexander louis. although the baby boy will officially go by prince george of cambridge. when he becomes king, he will be known as george vii. george was the odds-on favorite among bookmakers. the family spent last night at home in kensington palace but they are now in bucklebury, kate's hometown just outside of london. >>> coming up, sharks in the bay. and we're not talking about san jose's hockey teams. >> what's behind a boom of the leopard kind? >> and it looks like something out of paranormal activities. the mystery of a swaying chandelier at a well-known bay area mansion. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, tested positive for rabies. zoo keepers say the bat do't even belong to the zoo services a bat flying around the oakland zoo has tested positive for rabies but zookeepers say the bat doesn't even belong to the zoo. ee teenaged volunteer found the bat near the otter exhibit and told zoo officials that she may have been bitten. the girl received multiple injections to make sure her immune system fights off the virus. >> three best thing to do is
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Aug 19, 2013 6:00pm PDT
candid peek at parenthood. the personal family photos just released of baby george. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, stocks slid lower for a fouh >>> another first on wall street, but not the kind investigators want to see. stocks slid lower for fourth straight day today. the first time that has happened this year. the dow drop more than 70 points on worries the fed could soon start pulling back its stimulus program. >>> sue quan talks about a new gadget for multitasks and a new way teenagers can get ahead in the job market. >> on the consumer watch, good news for our state. california reported the largest job gains in july. that's as the job market seems to be losing momentum around the rest of the country. it appears it's never too early to think about your first paycheck. students as young as 14 years old can open accounts. the folks at linked in did research and found there are a few career-oriented teens who want to promote themselves to colleges and employers. a re x >> if you have a consumer complaint or problem call 5 help you. >>> remember that luck i can lab mix that was
CBS
Nov 29, 2013 6:00pm PST
: personal trainer ryan george is meeting one of his busiest clients in new york city. just not the way you moot expect. >> all right. so are you ready to work out? >> yeah. >> so start with the warmup. get up, start jogging in place. >> reporter: this business consultant is in his apartment on the other side of town watching george in realtime on his smartphone. [ buzzer ] >> again straight down straight back upkeep moving bend both knees. >> reporter: this new kind of virtual workout lets trainers connect with people without time or don't like the gym. >> can be done in the park, office, at home. >> reporter: online workouts aren't new but advances in technology including skype and facetime are making it easier and convenient for more people. >> so mountain climbers hands under the shoulders back straight. >> reporter: trainers don't have to rent space or travel. so many make it more affordable for clients. george charges $35 for a 30- minute session. >> it's a lot more convenient for everybody involved. >> reporter: george admits not being with his clients in person can make it harde
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Oct 18, 2013 6:00pm PDT
which indicated that she admitted detrail of george jackson and the end -- betrayal of george jackson and the prison movement. >> reporter: she survived six gunshots in her home but paralyzed and disillusioned she committed suicide less than a year later. as for the client that made her famous. >> when the earthquake happened, couple weeks ago, that didn't wake me up. but this did. >> reporter: shot three times in the head, huey newton died on the sidewalk in front of an oakland crack house in 1989. his killer, another black guerrilla family member who thought newton had abandoned the movement. >> he was trying to bring him back. but never did see him move. >> reporter: allen martin, kpix 5. >> a lot of history there. the man who shot fay stender was himself killed in prison as well as george jackson who died exactly where he launched his movement. he was shot at san quentin during an escape attempt back in 1971. his funeral in oakland drew massive crowds. >>> today the bgf has evolved into a hybrid street prison gang. there are thought to be tens of thousands of members across americ
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Oct 28, 2013 6:00pm PDT
counterparts including two-time major champion david stockton. >> i should have known because george and i were in japan and donna wasn't there. how in the heck he got all the way to japan, i don't know. george and i, when you play tournaments in japan they stop every six holes and have like a little money any lunch break i would use the restroom, came out of it. all the direction were in japanese. george goes in behind me. all of a sudden i hear this crash and this thud. he had a line of water down his chest. he had been checking everything out. obviously, the directions are in japanese. it wouldn't have helped him. forget about learning english. >> last month, lions receiver lost control after he tried to save his pizzas from falling off the passenger seat. the good news is he's unlikely to make the same misstake again. he tweeted out that the pizza company is providing him with a year's worth supply of pete virginia. and, if you were busy arguing about an on call this weekend, here is what you missed. >> go. go. go. >> translation, michael bradley scored the game winner. fantasy f
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Feb 12, 2015 6:00pm PST
republicans very rarely come to california. obama has been here 20 times. george bush came twice. >> it's not uncommon for presidents to try to bundle public official duties with fundraising because that way you can sort of justify the taxpayer paying for that official duty part of the trip. >> reporter: fundraiser $10,000 a seat for dinner, $32,000 if you want a picture. i was surprised to find out george bush it come here twice because i don't know if you remember but san francisco had a thing on the ballot to name the sewage treatment plant the george bush sewage treatment plant. he wasn't really welcome here. i will tell you that the president isn't here yet but it will be the fastest evening commute probably in the history of evening commutes when he does get here. veronica? >> i'm sure many people will be happy to hear that. mike, i enjoy that cameo appearance there in your story. thank you. >> reporter: the bad night. i remember that night completely. >> thank you. >>> let's take a live look right now at traffic. anywhere you see red on the map that's gridlock. cars are barely movi
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Jun 21, 2013 6:00pm PDT
area. none of them returned my calls. >> linda yee in san francisco, thank you. >>> george, any response to what bart is alleging at this point? >> no, no response. >> he told police he was attacked and then his job is too dangerous. why bart says this station agent lied and even put an innocent man in jail. >> how you could be one of millions of facebook users that just had personal information exposed. >> and it was nice for the first full day of summer. we saw sunshine, mild temperatures. all that's changing. rain for summer, you heard that right. a look at your seven-day forecast coming up. for a store near you go to benjaminmoore.com/bayarea. they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse h
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Apr 10, 2013 6:00pm PDT
, barry. how you doing? this is my friend george. what are you doing here? nothing, really. [sniff] you eat here? yeah. how's my money? still green. [sniff sniff] you got a cold? no. no. wow. look at that ring. oh, you like that? [sniff sniff] where's the bathroom? bathroom? bathroom's right over there. thanks. did you see that? see what? yes, i saw that. what was all that sniffing? i don't know. you don't think... oh, no! come on, jerry. he was definitely sniffing. i mean, what if... he's got all my money, plus some of kramer's. he can write checks to himself from my account. i've known him since college. he doesn't do drugs. then what was that sniffing? maybe it's the cold weather. today's not cold. i got to go. my parents are expecting me. don't forget to wash your hands before supper. what do you need all that ketchup for? this is my ketchup. i bought this ketchup just so i could have as much as i wanted. so i talked to phil kassikoff today. phil kassikoff? yeah. you know, my friend the bra salesman. he says they're looking to put somebody on so i got you an interview next friday. n
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Jun 5, 2013 6:00pm PDT
charge against disgraced former supervisor george shirakawa is that he masterminded a notorious 2010 city council campaign mailer that portrayed a political rival as a communist. >> the filing of this charge solves the three-year-old mystery surrounding a misleading and defamatory political flyer. >> reporter: the flyer came out in a bitter 2010 east san jose city council campaign between magdalena carrasco and javier campos, who was at the time a friend and policy aide to then supervisor shirakawa. the fly portrayed carrasco as a communist showing her next to a communist flag a hot button image to vietnamese-americans and itself identified with carrasco's campaign committee. she lost the election by 400 votes. >> we want elections to be decided fairly. >> reporter: district attorney jeff rosen reopened the case after shirakawa was arrested on ethics charges and was forced to submit dna samples. investigators then compared his dna to dna obtained from one of the actual mailers that went out to voters. >> the dna profile from the postage stamp matched the dna profile from george shira
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Dec 5, 2013 6:00pm PST
george zimmerman verdict.. and the sears on broadway s >>> it's been 5 months since some businesses in downtown oakland were damaged during the protest over the george zimmerman verdict, and the sears still has not replaced the windows. neighbors are asking why. >> it looks gross, as if it's out of business. >> reporter: no store wants to give a negative impression. >> did does not look festive at all. >> reporter: that's the exact impression people are walking away with. it's an eyesore. >> reporter: in fact the building inspectors in october cited it for blight. >> it invites graffiti. >> reporter: it's because of the boarded up windows. protesters broke them back in july, but 5 months later, sears still has not replaced them. neighbors and business owners say it's not the better way, but the bad way to do business. >> we want you to come and spend your money, but we don't care. >> reporter: tina johnson runs a fast food place nearby, and she is sympathetic to what they are going through. >> they should make a decision as to if they want to continue to do business in oakland, and
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Nov 12, 2014 6:00pm PST
toss. it's like you toss the coin and it slowly, slowly, slowly is coming down. >> reporter: george has had dreams about that when he drifts off, although there's not much of that. >> i didn't sleep for six days. i ate at every fast-food restaurant in the east bay. [ laughter ] >> reporter: george trails laurie gross in berkeley's district 8 city council election by the slimmest of margins. it always helps me to have a visual aid. here's a fence with 10 boards. if each board is 1,000 votes, four votes .0004% of this entire fence. think your vote down the count? >> i'm not asking for a recount. it's not in the best interests of the city of alameda. >> reporter: incumbent alameda mayor marie gilmore conceded today. so school board member chris spencer won the race by 100 votes out before 20,000. >> i don't do math. [ laughter ] >> reporter: it comes down to 0.5% of the total vote. think your vote doesn't count? >> i mean, there are people who died to give us the right to vote. and for people to have that right and not exercise it, i -- i -- i don't understand that. >> four more people
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Mar 5, 2013 6:00pm PST
supervisor george shirakawa is set for june. he resigned last week amid charges of perjury and misuse of public funds. shirakawa has agreed to pay $50,000 fine and repay about $6,000 he charged to his county credit card. the special election to replace him will cost a lot more than that. about a million dollars. >>> john brennan another step closer to leading the cia. the senate intelligence committee approved president obama's pick to lead the spy agency today. the vote came after the white house agreed to give the committee information own secret drone strikes against terror suspects. the committee vote sets up consideration by the full senate. brennan serves as the top counter terrorism right now in the white house. >>> a messy situation in san francisco is getting even more complicated. sinkholes are starting to open up after a water main break and putting homes in danger. kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts with how one insurance company isn't making things any easier for some. this is the tale of two insurance companies. inside these homes behind me live two men both named ra
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Jan 29, 2015 6:00pm PST
resident and former secretary of state george schultz. >>> an earnings letdown from google today. the company missed analyst predictions for the "5th quarter" in a row. experts say it's because google is dealing with more expenses and stiffer competition in the online ad market. even so, the stock is up more than 7 bucks in after-hours trading. >>> visa on the other hand beat expectations thanks to a solid holiday shopping season in the united states. the world's largest credit and debit card company saw revenues and income rocket up last quarter. the foster city company also announced a four for one stock split. the stock market sharply higher today after news that weekly unemployment claims dropped to a 15-year low. the dow jumped 225.5 points. nasdaq up 45. s&p up 19. >>> sweet deal for a sonoma company. crave is being bought by hershey. the sale price has not been disclosed. crave started in 2009 makes specialize the jerky products. it is easy to see why it is appealing to the famous chocolate maker. crave netted more than $30 million in sales last year. forbes has it as its most
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Sep 20, 2013 6:00pm PDT
of 16 ipads. george is head of crossbar. >> the amount of energy would take to store something or to read the content back is extremely small. 20 times smaller than anything else in terms of what you're using today. and that allows you to reduce the consumption. >> reporter: cnet's brian cooley says in many respects this could be a game changer. >> think of anything you use today that has a hard drive, even your car, this technology could take that hard drive out. therefore reducing the size it consumes, the power it consumes, the heat it generates and noise it makes. >> reporter: but as far as storage, he says we are almost to the point of not needing it. >> i think the trend will continue that we put more and more storage off the device in the cloud whether it's your laptop, desktop, phone, tablet, whatever it may be. >> reporter: but crossbar believes more is always better when it comes to storage and who want want to be able to store 35,000 photos on a smartphone, which is what the new chip will be able to do when it hits the market in about a year. you have that many photos, rig
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Apr 3, 2015 6:00pm PDT
george shirakawa. >>> reporter: disgraced former supervisor george shirakawa was out of excuses and denials and stood before a judge to receive his due punishment. >> your honor, i failed to protect and serve my community. for that i apologize and i accept whatever punishment you give. >> reporter: shirakawa admitted to cooking up a malicious campaign flyer in the 2010 city council primary between magdalena carrasco and javier campos. shirakawa's former aide. the flyer falsely said it was from carrasco and that she was a communist. it showed her next to the communist flag of vietnam, a highly offensive symbol to vietnamese-american voters. carrasco was narrowly defeated but came back to defeat campos last year. [ indiscernible ] >> i created that fryer. -- i created that flyer. >> reporter: he was caught only because he licked the stamps before sending the flyers to voters. >> this was a very serious case. it had --it affected the democratic process. >> reporter: the district attorney argued that shirakawa should get a year behind bars but the judge called that absurd and silly and
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Jun 9, 2015 6:00pm PDT
outside. san francisco, windy all day long. cloudy. and george hughes reports in 63 degrees. pretty cool pictures to show you. i'm sure you've seen it outside. it looks like rain, feels like rain with the humidity outside. michelle in foster city, a blanket of gray outside. great shot from wine country. the clouds above napa, lots of character to the sky. thankfully this time they'll actually yield some rainfall. it's going to rain overnight tonight in the bay area. let me take you outside to the bay bridge and that gray sky in the background. warm spot is livermore, 72. that's mild. you were 105 degrees this time yesterday. much windier in livermore right now. 60s in san francisco, san jose, san bruno and oakland. it's raining. santa cruz high way 1, capitola, raining there. mild night. muggy night. fremont 62. napa staying in the 60s as well. sunrise 5:47 tomorrow . tropical moisture because of those tropical origins. when a hurricane finally encounters cold water it cannot survive. it's not like the rainfall magically disappears. you don't have that nice organized wind around the
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Mar 26, 2013 6:00pm PDT
mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb 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. . >>> you're looking at live pictures san francisco. outside california's supreme court building at civic center plaza. dozens of supporters gathered there at this hour. they are holding a vigil on this day as the nation's highest court considers california's marriage ban. joining us from washington dc tonight. two men in this legal battle. >> on the left, the city attorney for the city of san francisco, he has defended the city since those first marriage licenses were issued and on the right andy, is he the attorney for protect marriage.com which led the successful campaign for proposition 8 and has defended the initiative ever since. we start with you andy. what's your take away after today's hearing? >> good evening. today's hearing was a very welcome event for us. we really feel we were able to get all of ou
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Feb 26, 2015 6:00pm PST
do that to you. but one guy in the water to george mcneil out of the water. that kind of day. 19 of 144 players were under par. rory mcilroy's first tee shot on american soil goes into the water two iron. he had two double bogeys on the first five holes eight strokes behind the honda classic leader jim herman. >>> good night, that is a huge fish! >> catch of the day goes -- did you know that was a steelhead? >> absolutely. >> nailed it. >> that's impressive. >> how much did it weigh ken? >> 18? 18-pounder. >> robinson caught that in trinity river and this is now -- >> that's a number 16 at -- [ indiscernible ] >> that's a double -- >> you think you can do better send us your pictures to catch of the day at kpix.com or upload them to kpix.com/catch. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com you tell us what you want to pay and we help find options to fit your budget. nah, nah, insurance, nah, nah, nah, discount. my name's flo, you want to go out with me? no. uh-huh-huh! announcer: it's time to play "family feud!" give it up for steve harvey! steve: welcome to the sho
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May 14, 2015 6:00pm PDT
the late show with david letterman. tonight george clooney and tom wait. >>> it is a seller's market in a big way in the bay area. tonight we're going to show you how red-hot it is. >> allen martin follows a couple who put their house on the market in mountain view and cashed out big time in less than a week. >> we know there is a window of opportunity rear. >> reporter: this is jan and this is jan's house, three bedrooms, three baths, 1800 square feet bought in 2007 for $915,000. >> this is a great house. you know, somebody wonderful is going to enjoy it. >> reporter: it's a sale that will happen in the blink of an eye. >> it happens very quickly. >> reporter: so quickly that she is already handing it over to the bug inspectser, the roof inspector, the real estate agent, and the stager. >> everything here. >> reporter: as fast as jan can move out, the stager moves in with paintings that match pillows that match the books that match the flowers. >> came back and my house had been transformed into somebody else's house. >> reporter: time to talk strategy. >> our target market is the g
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Jun 10, 2013 6:00pm PDT
is now underway in the george zimmerman trial in florida. as many as 500 people could be questioned to find six people to serve on the jury. the selection process could take up to two weeks. the former neighborhood watchman is charged with second degree murder for they tally shooting 17-year-old trayvon martin last year. martin was unarmed and zimmerman says he acted in self- defense. he faces a sentence of 25 years to life in convicted. activist holding signs and wearing hoodies gathered in oakland this afternoon in support of trayvon martin. martin was wearing a hoodie when he was shot. demonstrations like this took place across the nation marking the first day of trial. >>> apple calls it the biggest update since the iphone if launch six years ago. if how apple is taking action against cell phone thieves. >>> police say it is on the rise. now some bay area transit riders are risking their lives between bus stops. >>> but first, here is a look at the new eastern span of the bay bridge. ,,,,,,,,,,,, is finally over. at a major conference in san francisco, tonight, we now know what
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Apr 14, 2015 6:00pm PDT
the heart of san francisco where george hughes reports in 60 degrees and everybody with diminishing winds now below 10 miles per hour. windy morning. not as windy in the afternoon. take you outside to our dublin cam. upper 50s low 60s. oakland in 64. livermore, 66. the shadows getting longer in our dublin cam. lows will be kind of chilly. concord will drop down to 45. oakland, 48. clear skies and sunrise, 6:35. if you find yourself in mendocino county you're under a freeze warning. it will be below freezing away from the water in mendocino county including the city of ukiah coming up tomorrow morning, a late season freeze. not a frost. even colder. a freeze coming up in mendocino county. we have one weather element moving out. it's the front that gave us the wind today. cooler temperatures. look at all the snow in the rocky mountains as far south as grand junction, colorado. that's exiting. what's entering is yet another ridge of high pressure. it's going to move right over top of us which is significant because now this time of year we have to factor in where is the wind coming fro
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Feb 13, 2013 6:00pm PST
her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. affecting traffic lights and street lights along the oof >>> breaking news before we get to sports. there is a power outage in san francisco affecting track lights and streetlights on the embarcadero. our roof camera at kpix 5 shows the exterior lights at the ferry building. the clock tower obviously not lit up. it's pitch black. we have calls out to pg&e to determine how widespread this is. and we are checking the impact on the evening commute. >>> the international olympic committee's decision to drop wrestling has drawn heavy criticism from around the globe. and it should. wrestling has been part of the olympics since the invention of the wheel. league championships are tonight. >> we are the oldest sport. they were lessling in greece way back in bc and stuff and -- and, you know, some of the newer sports they are bringing on an
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Jun 1, 2015 6:00pm PDT
to clear their names. >> reporter: george thomas says he was in court today fighting a $600 ticket for stopping traffic to make sure a little boy could safely retrieve his ball. he said all he could think about was his little girl who used to do the same thing. >> i park my truck literally in the middle of the street, put on my hazard lights, got the kid and the ball, and the cop still gave me a ticket. >> reporter: california's chief justice is calling for a new rule that would allow thomas to hold off paying the fine until he has his day in court to explain to a jauj what -- to a judge what happened. the state rule would propose that states must allow defendants to appear for arraignment and trial without the deposited bail unless an exemption applies. one of the exemptions says courts may require the deposit of bail. that troubles attorney theresa zen who represents financially disadvantaged clients. >> judges can still impose bail based on very small minute, sometimes illegitimate reasons. >> the exact language of this proposed rule is still being drafted but it is on the fast
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Jun 16, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. >> more u.s. ships are rifing in the region including u.s.s. verde. it's joining u.s.s. george w. bush. craig boswell cbs news, white house. >> the united states will also beef up security at the embassy in baghdad with additional soldiers and marines. some have been temporarily transferred to other posts. >>> a not guilty plea to the san francisco man who led the fbi on a nation-wide manhunt. now we are getting a better idea of what chung had in his apartment and what he searched for online that led authorities to him. kpix 5's brian webb tells us about some of the red flags. >> reporter: fbi says he luke highly questionable search words on the internet. wmd ricin, had had and untraceable along with searching websites that display toxic recipes and bomb-making instructions. in chung's apartment in russian hill, they say they -- chamberlain's apartment, they found a fully functional bomb attached to a booby trap and a handgun with the serial number scratched off. he also ordered ingredient to make three dangerous poisons. >> chamberlain's mental health has been a k. what is the latest?
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Aug 26, 2014 6:00pm PDT
is closed at the approach to the george butler bridge south of napa. the chp says some soil settled and needed inspections but there is no damage to the bridge itself. >>> just a little further south, another bridge backup. this time the mare island bridge at westbound 37. chp says the aftershock did some damage in the area but officials say the bridges themselves appear to be okay. >> primarily, it's -- [ inaudible ] >> it's not the bridge it he have is, it's the approaches. there will be a need to repair the approaches. >> and then there are problems like this one. this is craigy court in napa where a broken water main has opened up a sizable sinkhole. take a look at that thing. the road is now closed at westview drive. many homes in the area are still without water tonight. >>> napa schools have been deemed safe. students will finally start the school year tomorrow. but mark kelly shows us, it's now a race against the clock to get rid of all the earthquake trash that was dumped there. >> reporter: it started with good intentions a public dumpster in front of the public school to
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Feb 9, 2015 6:00pm PST
. it's a one-handed 3-pointer. pacers' george hill, ben to the gym hundred? pacers beat the cavaliers. watch mcala cowelling. that beats arizona state. the bears getting it done. and this, kings' demarcus cousins, zero time to beat the suns. shooters bounce and roll. he might be playing for his soon to be fifth sacramento head coach and he's had enough of the changes. >> they put me through so much through the whole time. i just want to know how you can stop. [ inaudible ] the marathon continues. >> when you can be that upset after your first buzzer-beater to win a game, you know there's some issues. >> got to play with intensity. for the late st throughout new customers can save an average of $500 just by switching to progressive. so you'll be bringing home the bacon in no time. sorry. get a free quote at progressive.com. joey fatone: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: come on, fellas. come on. let's go, baby. yeah. thank you very much. appreciate it. thank y'all. i appreciate you. well, welcome to "famil
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May 2, 2014 6:00pm PDT
counter chicago's pitch to house george lucas' museum. he wanted to build it in the persidio. it would showcase movie items and his art collection. they decided the site was unsuitable but offered to find another location. mean time, chicago wants the project. that city had an event last week to make a pitch, but san francisco mayor ed lee is not giving up. he released a statement saying "i will not let go easily of such a significant private investment but one of the world's most prominent film makers." he wants a short list by the end of the month. >>> 400 law enforcement officers took down 13 massage parlors behinding prostitution rings behind their doors. the signs say the sheriffs closed it down. it was a six-month investigation. search warrants were served and 18 people were arrest. >> a woman tried to fly out of the airport with 18 pounds of marijuana in her luggage. the stash is worth about $100,000. >>> a fire in san francisco's ocean view neighborhood destroyed four homes this morning, cell phone video captured the flames firefighters were dealing with fog and smoke this morn
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Jun 5, 2015 6:00pm PDT
toward the delta all the way down to 61 in san francisco right now. george hughes says sunny. you're markedly cooler. up towards santa rosa we have 68 for rafael with sunshine. the funny thing is you can do 91 with sunshine and 61 with sunshine. in the south bay, in los gatos, we have suzanne johnson reporting in sunshine and 77 degrees. still watching the thunderstorm that moved very little along highway 50 over the past couple of hours. just now leaving pollock pines. wouldn't be surprised to find areas that were three inches of rainfall over the past couple of hours. it is lighting up now near placerville highway 50 on the way to tahoe a problem with rain, thunderstorms, and hail all afternoon long. we'll continue to for the next hour or so. oakland tonight 55, san jose 57, vallejo 56 degrees. the sun will be up before 6:00. low pressure causing the rainfall not only for the sierra today but for nevada. vegas severe thunderstorms. phoenix metro area severe thunderstorms. all the way up to denver, colorado, all because of this guy. we did not see much rainfall from it towar
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Mar 12, 2013 6:00pm PDT
two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb 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. joey fatone: this is joey fatone. it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: thank you very much. thank you all for coming. welcome to "family feud" everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. you know what, as usual, got another good one for you today. they're returning for the second day, already with a total of $20,000. straight out of kansas city, kansas, it's the newkirk family. and from seattle, washington it's the bridges family. let's go. give me dee ann, give me grady. let's go. [cheering and applause] folks, here we go. we've got the top 6 answers on the board. name something a woman has a hard time getting rid of. grady. [buzzer] >> husband. steve: a husband. >> yeah. steve: a husband. [cheering and applause] one answer to
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Apr 25, 2014 6:00pm PDT
partner's phone putting her in danger. san francisco d.a. george gascon citing an epidemic of cell phone crime has become a national advocate for mandatory kill switches. >> the problem with the current state of affairs is that even if you and i are using a kill switch technology on the phone, the thieves out there know that more than half of the consumers do not have theirs activated. it's a matter of playing the odds. >> reporter: one point strikes close to home. >> i hand him the cash. he says give me your phone. okay. it's in my upper pocket. i hand him the phone. >> reporter: just last evening, kpix 5's mike sugerman was robbed of his cell phone within a block of his house! >> i lost my contacts. that's every source, everybody i have done a story with. i must have had 1,000 names and numbers in there. >> reporter: mike had never activated the find my phone feature. you are a student of human nature. >> yeah. >> reporter: what is it about people that makes them not want to opt in? >> reporter: it takes effort. and i and a lot of people don't want to put any effort into my appliances.
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Sep 19, 2013 6:00pm PDT
attorney george gascon joined community and business leaders in releasing a security plan for a safer broadway corridor. >> we have to make sure that all the neighbors that obviously the business owners that have signed on to this and continue the commitment to this work because none of this will occur if we don't have everybody working together. >> the announcement comes days after a man was hit by a taxi crossing the intersection of broadway and kearney. he was seriously hurt. >>> have you ever returned clothes you have already worn? coming up in tonight's consumerwatch, how an upscale retailer is cracking down by shaming serial returners. >> it's a "star wars" type of concept, isn't it? >> how flashing lights could save your life. >> it's a whole new ballgame here at o.co stadium. we are talking metal detectors. the details as the news continues on kpix 5. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, on the consumerwatch tells , the idea is to make su >>> a new push is on tonight to change the labels you see in the supermarket. julie watts tells us the idea is to make sure that the label reflects what'
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Jun 7, 2013 6:00pm PDT
george shirakawa is in hot water again. he is pleading not guilty to a new charge this week of impersonating a political candidate. he allegedly impersonated san jose city council candidate magdalena carrasco in 2010 by sending out a fake campaign mailer meant to discredit her. shirakawa was supposed to have been sentenced today on charges that forced him out of office. that sentencing is now on hold. >>> he was just a pure evil person. >> so evil, he even creeped out the cops. coming up, the life and death of a serial killer who terrorized the bay area and beyond. >> and how the deadly catamaran crash on the bay will directly affect the america's cup competition. >> and why president obama wants to lower protections for gray wolves. ,, (sir can-a-lot) good day, ma' lady. i am sir can-a-lot, here to save you from another breakfast bore. wake up those eggs with glorious spam! (male announcer) break the monotony. visit spam.com. they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wa
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Jun 13, 2013 6:00pm PDT
san francisco's district attorney george gascon here to manhattan, where he met with the new york attorney general. they launched the save our smartphones campaign, a call to get cell phone manufacturers to put kill switches in smartphones rendering them effectively useless if stolen. >> we're looking for a universal solution. we're looking for a solution that will be free to the customer. >> our message is very simple to the folks in the street. work with us to solve this problem. work with us to make it a pointlessen did he ever to assault someone and steal their smartphone. >> reporter: in a meeting they urged apple, microsoft, google motorola, and samsung to add kill switches to their phones. but gascon told me six months ago apple had no interest. >> my first meeting in january of this year withapple i was told the technological solution is not forth coming. it's really interesting that six months later now we have apple talking about a technical solution. >> reporter: this week apple announced it would add a password protected activation lock to its newest cell phone softwar
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May 6, 2013 6:00pm PDT
curious george can see what's happened. >> every one of our phones we all carry them, they are a camera now, too. >> reporter: the 1993 sugerman family hanging on the wall of our home from a professional portrait photographer. 2013, on the phone with the addition of a fiancee taken at a wedding last week with a nanny who happened to be there. >> no one wants prints. >> reporter: in the world of bay area photography, pat johnson is a rock star. >> this one is journey. the first shot with steve perry. this is jon lee hooker. >> reporter: a rock photographer who also took family photos but not like he used to. >> any moron with a $900 digital camera thinks they are a photographer and it's dumbed the business down. >> reporter: the business isn't dead. some people still use professional photographers for family portraits. did you go to sears or something for that? >> yup. >> when people come and do a shoot with me or some of my peers, they can see it in the first two shots. they go oh, my god, they see the difference. >> reporter: these are not his, by the way. even if seeing is believing,
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Jun 20, 2013 6:00pm PDT
stand guard in a new downtown park in san anselmo. within the past hour filmmaker george lucas unveiled statues of indiana jones an yoda the two famous characters appropriate since lucas donated the land for the park and paid to have the park built. >> and they are sprucing up streets around san francisco's fisherman's wharf. city officials held a ribbon- cutting ceremony opening new sidewalks along jefferson street. the upgrade also includes new crosswalk lighting and as we recently reported, the six- month construction project was tough on some nearby businesses which missed out on foot traffic. but just in time for tourism season and the upcoming america's cup races. >>> coming up in our next half hour, a consumerwatch investigation. >> you can shut off the camera. >> why thousands are filing complaints against a company that promises a better deal than pg&e. >> the growing tributes for "the sopranos" star began gandolfini. >> i think you're going to see a different opd. >> and attitude adjustment for a bay area police department. how you're going to notice the difference on the offi
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Sep 4, 2013 6:00pm PDT
all the members. >> reporter: george miller agrees. what are you hearing from constituents? >> that they're absolutely against it, they don't see it as america's problem. >> reporter: and indeed, a recent surveyusa/kpix 5 poll found 7 out of 10 bay area polls believe that the syrian government in fact used chemical weapons on its own people but only 29% said that the u.s. should react with air strikes. >> this is after 10 years of a very, very difficult experience in afghanistan and iraq. >> reporter: for her part, pelosi says she is not pushing a vote one way or the other. if anything, she appears to be handling the situation with kid gloves. >> some people will never be for anything. i totally respect that. i do not believe we can ignore the use of chemical weapons. >> reporter: what would it take to get you on board this? >> it doesn't work that way. i think you continue to live with the evidence, i continue to sift your -- your -- your beliefs, your values, your thoughts, your understanding of this -- of these issues, and obviously what always lurks in the background is those un
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May 20, 2014 6:00pm PDT
with my family especially my uncle george. >> reporter: not long after that a deal was done and the 49ers moved south opening a new training facility and headquarters near great america in 1988. >> we made them an offer they couldn't refuse. by getting the 49ers here they planted the seed. i don't think if the seed was planned we would be standing behind this right here. >> reporter: former councilman kevin moore and current city leaders followed in sousa's footsteps eventually getting the team to commit to playing in santa clara and convincing voters to approve the stadium measure in 2010. >> they thought everybody was crazy here. how's santa clara going to get a -- a professional sports franchise? you know? los angeles doesn't have a football team. but santa clara does. >> reporter: sousa long ago faded into the background after several failed attempts to get a football or baseball stadium built in the '80s and '90s. but his first efforts to lure the 9ers south finally reached the end zone after a phi handoffs. >> politics is very difficult. when i started this business, i was 6'2
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Sep 19, 2014 6:00pm PDT
francisco's district attorney george gascon greets his newest employee. >> hey, favor. >> reporter: a dog! favor is a two-year-old golden retriever, although cute he has an actual job. he is trained to soothe scared children and nervous elderly before they appear in court. >> the criminal justice system is very complex and very intimidating especially for vulnerable victims. >> reporter: favor naturally attracts attention wherever he goes. >> he is the most popular staff member here at the d.a.'s office. >> reporter: his handler says staying calm and reassuring to the witness is critical. >> there's often screaming and slamming and arguing and people are very emotional and crying. he has the level of training that he can deal with that. >> reporter: who comes into the courtroom is up to the judges. for now favor stays outside in the hall while judges get used to the idea. the district attorney says favor shouldn't be viewed as a prosecution tool. >> favor will be available not only for prosecution witnesses and victims but will also available to defense bar. >> reporter: if this pr
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Nov 19, 2013 6:00pm PST
the way. san francisco d.a. george gascon says at&t, verizon, sprint, t-mobile and u.s. cellular have all come out against a plan to install kill switches in mobile phones. gascons says he says they want to continue to shake down their customers for billions of dollars in theft insurance premiums. so while cell phone makers like samsung seem to be on board, the rest of the cell phone industry contends the kill switch could allow hackers to disable someone else's phone. one out of every three crimes in san francisco involves a cell phone. >>> the national highway traffic safety administration is launching an investigation into three battery fires involving tesla electric cars. the company's ceo says tesla itself requested this investigation to put safety concerns to rest. he is criticizing the extensive media coverage of the three tesla fires compared to the thousands of fires each year in gasoline-powered cars. since roadway debris is believed to have caused two of the fires, tesla says it has already sent a signal to all model s cars telling them to increase their ground clearance at
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Nov 26, 2014 6:00pm PST
day? wealth adviser george says it's been a natural progression. retail stores are finding it more difficult to make money and we have proven that for every person who complains about stores opening on the holiday, there's a crowd of shoppers willing to show up. >> in fact, this year, the retail stores are open an average of two hours long sorry so we are getting more and more creep starting earlier and being open longer hours because they know if they are open people will come. >> he expects stores to be packed and there's reason to believe people will spend more money on these kinds of things this year. more people are working, minimum wage workers in california got a dollar and hour raise and gas prices are down. for every 10 cents oil drops, that adds $10 billion in discretionary income. that's $40 billion more into the economy. the earlier they start spending the more they will spend. >> there are deals to be had but again it's a way to get people to unleash some of those dollars loosen up the purse strings. >> reporter: there has been backlash to thanksgiving shopping and som
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Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
former city councilman is heading to jail on a widespread corruption case. george mirbal is the first elected leader from the southern california city of bell to be sentenced. the judge gave mirabal a break, one year in county james, five years' probation. >> i think that this is not the way i wanted to end my political career but i think that judging from all of what has happened in bell and to help the city of bell, they have a great future. they just have to move forward. >> mirabal is one of several bell leaders who boosted their salaries by serving on boards that rarely met. >>> still ahead, before you get rid of your old cell phone, consider what might be left behind. coming up in consumerwatch, why even a factory reset may not get rid of your private photos. ,, ,,,,,, ♪ ♪ ,,,,,, thank you! thank you! dedicated bankers born to go the extra mile. you've been such a big help. it's what i like to do. so you can choose a bank where helping people comes first. often means you did somethi wrong. but on the consumer watch - ns... >>> an irs audit often means that you did something
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