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May 17, 2014 6:00pm PDT
trouble. last year george shirakawa who was a santa clara county supervisor pleaded guilty to several charges. he was released from jail this month. now he is facing more legal problems. kimberly tere joins us. >> reporter: george shirakawa is on probation on one case while another case finds its way through court. shirakawa released from jail after serving seven months and one day. the focus is on a separate criminal case. a jury indicted shirakawa last october on a felony charge of false impersonation. he pleaded not guilty. he is expected in superior court on this case in september. nbc bay area's legal analyst steven clarke says the felony conviction could effect the outcome of the other case. >> this was a very public case and george shirakawa made a very public pronouncement of his guilt. so now every perspective juror will know he already committed a felony. it will make him have a difficult time getting a fair trial because people are going to know he already committed one felony if not more. >> reporter: for the current felony conviction shirakawa is required to report to a p
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Mar 18, 2013 6:00pm PDT
president of the board of supervisors is on the wrong side of the law. george shirakawa pled guilty to 12 charges including felony regarding public money he reportedly used to feed a gambling addiction. what was his reaction today? >> reporter: given the d.a. said there was a dark cloud over santa clara county shirakawa didn't speak. fierce fighter for the poor and under privileged told the judge he broke the law. 12 times the judge asked former supervisor george shirakawa how he pled and 12 times shirakawa responded guilty. >> it's a very sad day when a supervisor comes in and pleads guilty 12 times. >> reporter: shirakawa blames a gambling addiction and depression for misusing public funds and for lying on campaign documents under penalty of perjury. in exchange the d.a. agreed not to push for the maximum, eight years in state prison. >> we were aware of his addiction and some of his public service and how the community was wronged. we knew he was going to step down right away and we wanted to entd the nightmare. >> reporter: two weeks ago the assistant d.a. laid out the financial cr
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Sep 30, 2014 6:00pm PDT
treatment we can give them. >> reporter: former lab george gettis reveals how palo alto came short when it came to dental patients. >> it got progressively worse. when i left, it was the worse i have ever seen. >> reporter: for six years, he worked in the palo alto's va dental laboratory, making dental implants and prosthesis. >> i know first hand a lot of the sacrifices for this country. >> reporter: under va guidelines, dental care is reserved for veterans, not every vet qualifies. he must be a former p.o.w. or 100% disabled or meet criteria. he witnessed vets waiting long periods for implants or dentures. >> how long were these cases? >> the longest i saw was three years. >> a man waits three years for dentures? >> three years. >> reporter: frustrated with the growing member of patients untreated. he decided to retire last year. >> one gentleman, in particular, he didn't have his dentures and he was telling me he was so tired of drinking his food. >> reporter: don't believe him? then listen to this insideer who still works at the va. >> the waiting period is just unreal. >> reporter:
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Jan 11, 2012 6:00pm PST
powerful. >>> former san francisco mayor george mosconi's son taking an emiol pr >>> many san franciscoans remember the killing of mayor george mosconi. the death of mossconi it wasn't just the loss of a city leader, but a father. decades later his son is dealing with the ghost of the past. >> both mayor mosconi and supervisor harvey milk have been shot and killed. >> reporter: november 27th, 1978 a day burned into san francisco's eternal memory. the assassinations of mayor george mosconi and harvey milk left the city in mourning. for more than 30 years, john mosconi has quietly ignored interview requests about the death of his father. >> it just sort of happened in the right time. i think i couldn't have done this any earlier than i have. >> reporter: john was 14 years old, when his father was killed by dan white. although based on interviews with the mosconi family, the play weaves a fantasy of truth and fiction. >> in terms of the realism of the piece, it's a dream play, and it takes place in the mind of the inside of the head and outside of the head of the character john m
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Nov 18, 2013 6:00pm PST
supervisor george shirikaw andavier compe campos. nbc bay area's damian trujillo joins us from san jose. have any laws been broken here >> reporter: it doesn't appear to be the case athis point. i found the documts filed at the city's clerk office atan nothing illegal, in the terest of publipercepti, she should have recus herself from this case. at issue a these anonymous fliers sent to vietnase-american voters in 2010. ey gave t appearae carasco who was runningor city council was aligned with communist assistantd.a. karenaid the a of former countysupervisor george shirikawa was on one of the flyers so lt month she hauled carasco's opponent i that case, xavier camposo teify who was also an aide to shirakawa, now sving time for other crimes. >>r. campos wascting on my advice. >>eporter: campos' lawyer told m to pleadhe fifth at the grand jury hearing last month. nbc bay are uncovered these stements from the campaign in 2010, showed sinunu-towery did her husband, james towery. >> question might be, who is the best person for this job? rhaps it is meone who is senior i office. thens there
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Jul 22, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. he will host a luncheon tomorrow at the home of george marcus. then he's off to los angeles. >>> it is a new one for the city of los altos. it starts request a battle over a horse, but at its heart it speaks to the changing face of the south bay. we told you about a traditional indian wedding that almost didn't happen because of a ban on horses on the streets of los alt altos. the couple managed to get around that ban. >> reporter: it might seem like a strange law when people realize how many ranches have been in the area or how diverse the area has become. nbc bay area covered the traditional wedding in june which included having the groom arrive by a horse procession. but first, the council had to temporarily do away with a ban that prohibits large animals on city streets. tonight the city council hopes to modify the procedure more to account for the diversity in the community. almost a quarter of the population is now non-white. >> we have people from india, china, lots of other places. so it's great that they are lifting the ban. they can, i'm glad that they're letting us celebr
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Jul 15, 2012 6:00pm PDT
of him with his wife and george lucas there. >>> and a southern california bear just can't seem to stay away from civilization. we'll show you the latest attempt by fish and game to get him back where he belongs. happy birthday! thank you, nana send money to anyone's checking account with chase quickpay. all you need is an email address or mobile number. you're welcome. take a step forward and chase what matters. . >>> the morning commute could be challenging in san francisco. protesters are marking the one-year anniversary of a shooting death by trying to disrupt the muni service at the busy market and 14th street intersection. nbc bay area is there with more on their plans. art you areo? >> reporter: we're just up the street. take a look behind me. this is a sunday evening. imagine how busy it would be on a morning commute and imagine everything coming to a sudden halt. the group is not saying what its plans are to shut down the muni service but it is promising to have at least a few dozen people out here at 6:00 a.m. now, kenneth harding was killed about one year ago in a shoot-
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Jul 13, 2013 6:00pm PDT
san jose's second homicide this week >>> there has been no verdict yet from the jury in the george zimmerman second degree murder trial. as the all-women panel continues its first full day of deliberations. the jury has been deliberating for 12 hours straight now. jay gray has the latest. >> prosecutorers were defense attorneys and george zimmerman were called back to the courtroom late this afternoon with word there was a question from the jury. >> the jury reads as follows. may we please have clarification on the instructions regarding manslaughter. >> with input from attorneys on both sides of the case, this is the response that the judge sent back to the panel. >> the court cannot engage in general discussions but may be able to address a specific question regarding clarification of the instructions regarding manslaughter. >> there are three possible decisions the jury can make, guilty, second degree murder, guilty of manslaughter or not guilty. >> however the jury decides this case, if they do reach a verdict, they deliberated for a significant period of time. so you know, whi
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Jul 30, 2011 6:00pm PDT
, as well. here's nbc bay area's george kiriyama. >> reporter: thank the christopher high school football team, they set them up and keep them clean. >> it's great to see them give back to the community, help support their own cause. they know that they need to help support their cause. they volunteer and love being here. >> reporter: because of budget cuts the football team has turned to events like the garlic festival to make ends meet. the festival awards more than 100 organizations who sent out to help. the more you volunteer, the mor: money you received. last year the football team received almost $8,000. >> it's a great number. without it we couldn't have the program of football. the cuts of the football equipment is astronomical to get the proper safety equipment. >> reporter: equipment like helmets, jerseys, pants and pads and run into the thousand of dollars. >> helps keep the cost down that we charge them, you know, initial fees that they have to pay to get into the sports. >> reporter: while football teaches the players teamwork and discipline, volunteering at the garl
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May 6, 2012 6:00pm PDT
want them, but walnut creek sure does, george lucas, that is. we'll explain. >>> it's bad enough being far from your home country but try being the only person in the bay area who speaks your language. we'll introduce you it to this high school student next. >>> the weekend finishing up on a summer-like note. we're still seeing temperatures right now in the low 80s around santa rosrosa, con card and san jose. p.is time tomorrow you may see tahal map. we'll talk aboutut mid-week warm-up when we come right back. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] a powerful connection. with this droid razr by motorola on verizon 4g lte stay in touch with your loved ones on skype. plus, enjoy verizon's 4g lte network in more places. the droid razr you want, one powerful connection on america's largest 4g lte net
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Nov 25, 2017 6:00pm PST
donations. >>> and a milestone for george w.h. bush. how the former president is making history. jose. 80 degree temperatures today, but that )s not going to >>> outside for a look the christmas in the park in downtown san jose and this is a very interesting night and day for that matter. 80 degrees today. right, rob? >> it is a record. >> an all-time record for date. it won't last long so enjoy the 70s which it is right now for a while. rains coming this way, rob mayeda will have your forecast in just a minute. >>> stopping traffic for a real good cause. the firefighters and nurses from valley medical center burn unit were out filling the boot today. it is a clever way firefighters raise money to help their burn foundation. today's fill the boot happened at the intersection offal madden expressway. >> and this community is generous over the years and we're so grateful the weather is cooperating this year. but it is a big intersection and a busy intersection and that is why we're here. >> the san jose firefighters burn foundation is a 100% volunteer organization that provides financia
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Feb 26, 2013 6:00pm PST
the intersection of water street. george kiriyama joins us live with the latest on this tragedy. george? >> reporter: raj, as you said, two santa cruz police officers are dead and the third person, a suspect, is also dead. santa cruz sheriff's department, they're not releasing any names because all the families have not been notified. they're not saying at this time. there are believed to be no other suspects by going door-to-door just to make sure this shooting that happened around 3:00 this afternoon here in santa cruz, just got the briefing about ten minutes ago to give you that latest information. gu guys? >> all right, thank you very much, george. of course we'll continue to follow this story at 11:00 and bring you new updates throughout the newscast. i want to show you some new video just into the newsroom, a witness sent to us, as it unfolded in santa cruz. watch. you can imagine the terrifying sight, the subsequent manhunt, you can hear that hail of gunfire. as you just heard george say, we've learned that the two officers have died and there's a suspect that's died. wha
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Dec 1, 2015 6:00pm PST
george meetry cannot believe they escaped injury. >> are you okay? >> we're all right. >> reporter: there were four bullet holes in the door when a friend of the suvs owner saw the suspect leap out. >> was being chased right here. literally came in here. >> how many guys were behind it would you say? >> i would say three. i would say at least 70. he was going fast. he was -- he plowed into here. it was weird to see my friend's car driving that fast. >> the police were swarming the parking lot coming in out of every angle you could think of. they were everywhere. >> the suspect ran past shoppers to the back of the store. >> i think he was shot when he got into the building. >> one shopper nearly knocked over. >> he had a black bag around him. he could have been armed. so a lot of things could have happened. he could have took us for hostage. >> the store was evacuated. about a dozen employees waited in the parking lot until police found the suspect and took him into custody without any further injury. >> just a kid. he was 21 years old. he was just a really young kid. >> how do you
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Jan 3, 2017 6:00pm PST
angeles months of rivalry and lobbying over which city gets george lucas's new art museum ends this month. lucas promises the board will meet in the next few weeks for a vote between treasure island and l.a.'s expo park. it has a founding president who says he has has no idea which way lucas is leaning. >>> a very public prank in l.a. could result in beefed up security at the hollywood sign. you might remember someone turned the iconic sign into holly weed. everybody thought it was funny. but not everybody. the chairman of the sign trust will meet with the police to stop dangerous crimes. the prankster who was caught on camera but is not recognizable could have fallen down the 45 foothillside. >>> some unexpected names are on the v.i.p. list for president-elect donald trump's inaugurati inauguration. hillary clinton will join her husband, bill clinton. george w. bush along with laura bush will attend. george h.w. bush and barbara bush will not attend. he's 92 and she's 91 years old. >>> we're 17 days away from inauguration day. stay with nbc bay area for the develops. raj mathai wil
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Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm PDT
george hw bush a special virtue in the hospital room. post-ing this photoabout an hour ago he is with his son president george w. bush. the caption reading big more'll boost from a high level delegation no father ever been more blessed or prouder. 92-year-old george hw bush in houston hospital methodist hospital there rerecovering from pneumonia. >> help for laid i don't have tech workers in form of education and training. the labor department is awarding a grant of $1.6 million for the nova workforce forward the non-profit agency juns john centers in menlo park and san mateo. ? addition to noting the the tech center means there are lots of hirings but companies marked by significant layoff a bay area mayor has been named part of federal committee he wants to use the platform to spread technology more evenly throughout society. san jose mayer sam rirkd o part of the federal communications commission specifically the fcc broad band development adviser committee. the goal of the committee is to bring broad band to wider group of people m. he tells us he wants to use the new post-to help
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Jul 31, 2013 6:00pm PDT
, why police pulled over george zimmerman and what they found inside of his truck. we have the dash cam video. >>> tonight, we investigate one of california's most powerful executives in a paper trail that leads to $165,000 in gifts and free travel. legal, but we ask, is it ethical? >>> tonight, we investi 165,000 in gifts and free travel. trips to some of the world's most exotic locations for the president of one of state's most powerful regulators. >> this is all legal, but is it right? let's bring in our chief investigative reporter tony kovaleski. what do you have tonight? >> an interesting paper trail here. tonight, michael peevey is back in the public spotlight. he's appointed -- he was appointed by the governor and paid by every rate payer in california. we want to know, well, on your payroll, is he selling access to one of the most powerful offices in the state? >> you poor son of a -- >> you have a job to do. it's pathetic. >> reporter: you might remember michael peevey. >> what's the message you sent coming here to napa. >> you're very antagonistic. >> reporter: he wasn't fond
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Jul 12, 2017 6:00pm PDT
official under president george w bush. lawmakers did not let him off easy grilling him for four and a half hours. >> the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you god. >> i do. >> christopher wray's conpir mansi -- confirmation hearing guided by the firing of his predecessor. >> if the president asks you do something unlawful or uneat kth, what do you say? >> first, i would try to talk him out of it and if that fails, i would resign. >> pointed questions about the investigation into russian election meddling over seen by robert mueller. >> do you consider this endeavor a witch hunt? >> i do not consider him to be on a witch hunt. >> the president insists it is. last night donald trump junior appeared on fox news to explain his meeting last june with a russian attorney with reported ties to the kremlin. >> in retrospect, i probably would have done things differently. this is before the russia-mania. for me this is opposition research. >> senator gram asking specifically about that scenario and getting frustrated when christopher wray did not give a direct answer. >> i think i
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Dec 5, 2017 6:00pm PST
matthews inspect outside the office. and george gascon met with reporters this afternoon. mark the verdict came in almost a week ago. way is he talking tonight? >> reporter: well he says he waited jessica. the five days out of respect for the steinle family. he said the case of an undocumented immigrant killing kate steinle had become a political football. and he didn't want to play. >> well the day the murder happened this case has been used as a political stunt. it trained me to watch politicians and candidates use the tragedy of this event for political gain. >> speaking out against the criticism of surprise district attorney george gascon singled out the president. >> we need to -- i'm saying we because i include myself -- we need to to use a little bit of discipline and not allow somebody a madman tweeting dictate everything else we do. >> asked if he felt his office overcharged zarate arguing for murder when the everyday showed that the bullet was a ricochet off the pavement gascon said he argued for murder and manslaughter but the jury rejected both. >> if we had a similar c
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Apr 27, 2012 6:00pm PDT
offering 20 grand in award money to find out what is fueling their fear. george has their story. george? >> reporter: the award has been up to $20,000 for any information leading to an arrest and conviction. the family, we talked with them this afternoon, and they want someone caught before they move back here in june. jill brit -- >> one of the fire was here. >> reporter: took us around her home. the first fire back in october started in her daughter's bedroom. >> they set this fire first. they -- and then they were walking out, they set another one. >> reporter: investigators say someone deliberately set the brits' home on fire. in january, their home was set on fire again. this time, in the garage. >> the second fire was set in here. and this actually burned to the ground. >> reporter: that's where the family put all their possessions that survived the first fire. the second fire finished them off. >> it was worse the second time i think because we pretty much lost everything. before i still had photos and things like that. but second time it was all in the garage. >> reporte
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Sep 27, 2014 6:00pm PDT
ladies in the house. george clooney is officially off the market. he tied the knot with amal alamuddin. look at these beautiful venues here. other guests arrived by war taxi. they went to the seven star hotel. the ceremony took place inside a 16th century palace on the grand canal. they will have a simple service at the town hall tomorrow. they've been engaged since april. >>> live pictures from the wedding reception. just kidding. as any long time "saturday night live" fan will tell you, this is a fav sketch of the show. nbc is running the classics episodes all over again. vintage episodes will air at 10:00 p.m. all new episodes start tonight at 11:30. chris pratt is hosting. >> so fantastic. >>> coming up, a check of the forecast. >> temperatures are going to be warming up over the next couple of days. we're talking about summer-like air by the middle part of this upcoming week. >> you have your pumpkin colors out. >> thank you for choosing nbc bay area news. giants clubhouse is next. >> until then, good night. >>> right now on the season finale of "giants clubhouse," we revisit a ga
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Oct 15, 2015 6:00pm PDT
things. i'd say he was probably 22, 23. >> george nevin crammed about as much living as one could cram into a short life. he lived with feet in two san franciscos, the one before the 1906 earthquake and the one after. >> i would be in the backyard. >> reporter: the family photo album shows his uncle at the 1915 panama pacific. lounging with his mother. >> he wanted to be a credit to himself and his family. >> reporter: in pursuit of a career he took a job with the sardine canning company. that's where the story of george neven comes to an end. >> he was in the play of that company when he was aboard that ship. he was passenger on the fishing troller when it left san francisco for oregon on march 13th, 1920. >> he got seasick easily. >> he was either forgotten or they didn't have time. kind of gave up many years ago trying to find out. >> reporter: years have ways of washing away memories. his family didn't talk much about neven. last week the phone rang. >> someone call and say i'd like to talk do you about your uncle who died 95 years ago. that's unbelievable. >> they describe th
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Jul 31, 2017 6:00pm PDT
a lawyer who worked on the watergate prosecution. this unique perspective. >> reporter: george frampton was in his late 20s. he told me what it was like to be in the middle of that and the comparisons he sees in the trump campaign. he says the pressure was intense. >> we felt like we couldn't make a single mistake. if we made a single mistake, we would be dead. >> no mistakes, no leaks and no chance that the incriminating evidence would come out without the special prosecutor. >> the congress was not going to get those tapes wec only got th tape because the criminal -- >> reporter: without robert mueller's investigation, the truth may never come out in the meetings. >> they certainly had an interest in collusion. >> reporter: is that collusion? >> that is why we have a special prosecutor and somebody who is trained and responsible about making those kinds of not too easy decisions. >> reporter: frampton adds assumes for a moment there was no collusion. >> nonetheless, he and his family have almost been able to create criminal conduct out of nothing. by lying, and possible cover
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Apr 11, 2012 6:00pm PDT
teenager who was shot and killed more than a month ago by a neighborhood watch volunteer. >> george zimmerman has been arrested, and he was just booked into the seminole county jail. here is his mug shot. nbc bay area's jay gray has the latest from sanford, florida. >> reporter: the question so many have asked finally answered by special prosecutor angela corey late today, 44 days after trayvon martin's death. >> today we filed an information charging george zimmerman with murder in the second degree. >> reporter: a new legal team will now answer that charge. >> mr. zimmerman needs a very good and focused defense. so we're going to build him one. >> reporter: a defense that will be tested not only in the courtroom, but also the court of public opinion. >> nobody, after all, wanted trayvon martin to be prejudged as he was walking down that street. i ask not to prejudge george zimmerman. >> reporter: leading up to this afternoon's announcement, there had been concern for martin's family that zimmerman might try to flee if charges were filed. he has been in hiding since the night of th
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Feb 8, 2013 6:00pm PST
happened in the santa teresa boulevard not far from the golf course. nbc bay area's george kiriyama has the details. george? >> reporter: raj, what a scary experience for one woman. e says she had just come home from working out around 12:30 this afternoon and heard noise coming from inside. carol mcbride said it sounded like things were being thrown around. she went around the back and saw her sliding glass door open. when she saw that, she went to one of her neighbors and said she was afraid to go inside because she believed someone was there. her neighbor went inside for her, took a look, and carol mcbride says she stayed outside the whole time. >> i was frightened for him and me and i could hear someone inside. >> reporter: there absolutely was a fight going on. her neighbor came up on three guys, one of them took out a gun and hit him on the side of the head. the three burglars took off, ran out of the home. police believe this was a burglary in progress. the neighbor who helped out had a minor injury to his head. the police looking for the three burglars right now. we're live in s
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Jun 1, 2012 6:00pm PDT
. family and friends are not giving up hope the miss iing morgan hill team will be found alive. george kiriyama is at a rally. >> reporter: the candlelight vigil will be at this flagpole here in front of washington high school. about 400 people showed up, many of them friends and former classmates of seierra lamar. this is where she attended high school before moving with her mother down to morgan hill. sierra vanished back on er h near her home, about two and a half months ago. this rally is happening the day after garcia-torres, the man charged with the murder and kidnapping, appeared in court for the second time but he did not enter a plea. we're hearing sierra lamar's family will be here. they have shown up at previous rallies and vigils here in fremont. a place where sierra spent most of her childhood. we do expect people to show up in a bit with the vigil and rally beginning at 7:00. we're live here in fremont, george kiriyama, nbc bay area news. >>> the mother of a 5-year-old redwood city boy allegedly kicked and deprived of food by a special ed teacher wants more than a million
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Nov 28, 2011 6:00pm PST
median income. >> the force is apparently with him. director george lucas is expanding his multi-media empire with a new filmmaking fortress in the north bay. lucas wants to transform the old grady ranch in lucas valley into another cutting edge production facility. the proposed building is expected to be as big as two football fields and will include screening rooms, along with a cafe, general store and day care center. the plan even calls for a kafrk of wine from their own vineyard. this is expected to be approved in hearings early next year. >> looks like something out of harry potter. >> he can do it. >> still ahead at 6:00 now, it's not bad to be crabby. a standoff that's left bay area diners stuck in the middle. the resolution, to the crab season dispute and when you can expect the delicacy back in stores. >> and i'm janel wang. new explosive allegations against presidential hopeful herman cain. this time a woman claims she had a 13-year affair with the republican candidate. >> plus the dark side of cyber monday. the e-mail to be looking out for in your in box. >>> it didn'
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Apr 10, 2012 6:00pm PDT
. >>> the trayvon martin case took a bizarre twist today when the attorneys for george zimmerman dropped him as a client. the lawyers for george zimmerman as erratic and emotional state as shaky. today they claimed zimmerman called the prosecutor and even talked to a tv host after they ordered him to keep silent. >> we heard today that george had contacted the prosecutor's office directly. one of the things every defense attorney tells his client is don't talk to the prosecutors. don't talk to the cops. >> zimmerman has written on his own website that media coverage has forced him to leave his home, his job and his family. the community emotions are still high. yesterday protesters closed down the sanford police department just outside of orlando for several hours and shots were fired at an empty police car. >>> a strip mall fire that broke out early this morning could be the work of copper thieves. the fire was reported just before 2:00 a.m. just west. firefighters arrived to find smoke and flames shooting from a roof covering the cash for gold and pretty in pink stores. fightin
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Jun 20, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. >>> an all female jury, six women have been selected to hear the case against george zimmerman. he is the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot trayvon martin in february of 2012. zimmerman has said it was self-defense. after nine days questioning prospective jurors, they finally selected the jury. the six female jurors and four alternates were sworn in this afternoon. in florida 12 jurors are only for criminal trials where the death penalty is being considered. if convicted zimmerman could spend the rest of his life in prison. >>> today we're learning more about james gandolfini. he was found unconscious in the bathroom of his italian hotel yesterday. in his hotel room. he was on vacation with his family in rome. doctors spent 40 minutes trying to revive the actor. they honored him by keep ago booth empty for him. he recently finished two films which have yet to be released. >>> happening now, a private screening is about to get underway for fruitvale station. the movie is about the shooting of oscar grant. invited guests are on the red carpet now. it is directed by ryan kug lar.
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Aug 11, 2016 6:00pm PDT
george's surprise when he stopped at this gas station and saw his picture on a donation jar. >> my first reaction is to rip it out and take it with me. this is ridiculous. >> he had given the photo to the government backed national center for missing and exploited children. but not the group on the canister, child watch. child watch is a charity that says it helps rescue missing children, which is supposed to include free investigative services and poster distribution for families of missing kids as well as money for travel expenses. it's based in a house near orlando, florida. by phone, the founder confirmed that child watch copied the photo from the national center and put it on donation jars without asking. why did you choose to use this picture without his father's permission? >> without his father's permission, there's no reason. we just chose a photo that we thought had some potential for some success. >> as in fund-raising to make money? >> no. as in trying to find him. >> child watch didn't take any additional steps to find him. how much money did you get from child watch?
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Jun 21, 2012 6:00pm PDT
jury begins deliberations. >>> new video released of george zimmerman. we hear from him for the first time about what he says happened the night he killed trayvon martin. national headlines your national headlineare next.s >>> a bombshell in the child sex abuse case of jerry sandusky. his adopted son said his father molested him. >> raj and jessica, the attorney for 33-year-old matt sandusky says he was prepared to testify against his father. jerry sandusky had six adopted children, including matt. during the trial, matt arranged a meeting with prosecutors to say he was willing to take the stand. the prosecution never called on him. jurors did not hear today's bombshell, because they are sequestered, already in deliberations. they are deciding on 48 charges against the former penn state assistant football coach. tonight on nbc's "rock center," an exclusive interview with the first alleged victim to come forward. travis weaver. >> if jerry sandusky were sitting right here -- >> i would punch him in his mouth. >> would you say anything first? >> no. there would be non rsooea t say anyth
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Jul 16, 2015 6:00pm PDT
. >> reporter: it marks a sharp difference between himself and his brother, president george w. bush who didn't campaign in san francisco. >> come into san francisco and silicon valley california indicates that he's not going to be as ideologically rigid and right as his brother. >> at thumbtack, they wanted to make it clear this wasn't an endorsement. they are happy to engage with other candidates that talk about issues important to them. >>> jeb bush also spoke about his father's condition today. former president george h.w. bush fell in his summer home in maine. he broke a bone in his neck. jeb said his dad is doing okay. >> i think he was being picked up and he's a big guy now. he fell. he's in some pain and discomfort but i think he's in pretty good shape. >> president bush is 91 years old and is in fair condition. president obama called today to wish him a speedy recovery. >>> an elderly priest was violently beaten with his own cane. the man who did it was high on meth. it happened on monday at st. francis of assisi church. he was walking in the parking lot when 41-year-old juan perez pus
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Jun 7, 2013 6:00pm PDT
from the great mall. nbc bay area news. >>> george, thank you very much. we're following breaking news in southern california. it is a tragic situation right now in santa monica where police say seven people are dead including a gunman who opened fire today at santa monica community college. the police chief says the violence began blocks away when a fire broke out in a house where two men were found dead. from there a man with an assault rifle moved towards the campus shooting at cars and a bus. one student says he began running from the school because he saw other students running. >> and i heard a gunshot. i turned around and i saw the lady on the ground that had been shot and i saw the guy that was right above her walking towards the library. >> police say they shot ; and killed gunman in the school library and took a second man into custody they described only as a person of interest. more than 30,000 students in the campus. president obama happened to be attending the fund-raiser a couple miles away while secret service monitored the shooting. his visit was not affected. >>
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Mar 23, 2012 6:00pm PDT
campus of george washington elementary school last friday, went into a girl's restroom and took photos of female students. >> he manipulated the other stalls and used girls to only use available stalls next to him and also had hand held communication device or a camera. >> reporter: investigators say at least four girls saw the peeping tom, one of the girls ran to tell a teacher who confronted the man. >> he had no business being in the restroom. he proceeded to say that he was just in need of a restroom and clearly our restrooms are marked, they're labelled. there's a sign that there's no adults allowed. >> reporter: when the teacher said she was calling the police, the man took off running. he's described as hispanic between 25 and 30 years old with short black hair and a bald spot last seen wearing long white shorts, a multicolored jacket and a white umbrella. the bathroom is accessible from outside and the man got onto the school grounds by walking up these steps and through a parking lot. the school's principal says the gate can't be locked because it would violate the fire code. >>
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Jul 12, 2013 6:00pm PDT
arguments and rebuttals. >> and if it was trayvon martin who had shot and killed george zimmerman, what would your verdict be? >> george zimmerman has pleaded not guilty, claiming the shooting was in self-defense. >>> it's a movie depicting the day leading up to the death. the movie's entitled fruitvale. and it gives audiences a fix glimpse into grant's life. it did win sundance's grand jury prize and has attracted rave reviews as well as early oscar buzz because of its cast. >>> still here ahead, an experiment on four-wheels. it's a car built right here in the bay area, and yes, it's powered by the sun. >>> plenty of sunshine across silicon valley this afternoon. plenty of micro climates in effect. if you're hiding out in your boat, do expect a small kraft advisory. water temperature in the upper 50s. i'm back with the weekend forecast in just a few. mts san jose's title as the most diverse city in the country is being challenged. the website called nerd wallet says its study shows vallejo has the biggest mix in the country, followed by jersey city, oakland and san lee androe. >>
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Sep 17, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. have a great evening. >>> hope to see you at 11:00. > >>> new clues about george clooney's top-secret i-dos. >> the wedding singer now on "extra." >>> george's pal rande gerber flying in 50 cases of tequila. the hotel getting ready to host sandra, brad, and julia, and who will officiate? "extra" with every new detail. >>> joan rivers' personal physician revealed. doctor to the stars, did she take a selfie during joan's procedure? >>> meredith vieira's shocking history of domestic violence. >> he threw me into a shower naked in scalding water. >> her painful confession today.
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Sep 21, 2012 6:00pm PDT
there arriving at sfo about ha minutes ago. in front of him, former secretary of state george schultz. romney should be arriving in hillsboro now. this is where he'll be holding a fund-raiser tonight. what you're looking at is the strawberry hills estate. strawberry hills used to be called via rose built by the grant family in 1912. today supporters are paying up to $50,000 to attend the private fund-raiser. no media allowed. the guest list includes hp ceo meg whitman and secretary, former secretary of state george schultz. >>> now states in session, democrats in the house are challenging those across the aisle to stay in session to deal with unfinished government business. house minority leader nancy pelosi and dozens of democrats took to the steps of the u.s. capitol. pelosi says they're prepared to stay until they pass president obama's jobs bill, a five-year farmsed by, address middle-income tax cuts and address u.s. concerns. she said they should be doing the same. congress is going on its election break at its earliest point in the decades. employee say said they just returned f
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Jan 21, 2014 6:00pm PST
of california. the 40-year-old republican ran the taxpayer funded bailout under george w. bush and obama. he's worked as a fund manager and engineer. he's taking his campaign on his aboility to create jobs. >> we want to show you this satellite image of nasa of the winter storm hitting the east coast. an arctic air pamass is arrivin it could come with windchills as low as minus 15 and someplaces are expected to get up to 14 inches of snow. right now blizzard conditions blinding folks in delaware and new jersey, boston, new york seeing the same thing and in washington d.c. the federal government shut down to keep people off those roads. >>> the arctic mass caused 60 flight cancellations today. the majority to the northeast, nationally, there were more than 3200 cancellations and 6200 delays. there were no cancellations at san jose or oakland airports. >>> still ahead, fighting back, what one popular game maker is trying to do to make sure others don't cash in on its success. >>> weather changes, not temperatures, those are in the 60s and 70s. it's the wind speeds and direction as yo
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Mar 23, 2017 6:00pm PDT
, george clooney grilled about the twins. >> just back from london, his reaction to the attack outside parliament. >> george, any comment on the london terror attack? >> scarlet johannsen's public swipe at her ex. as the
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Jul 19, 2013 6:00pm PDT
dealing with disbelief, anger and frustration following the acquittal of george zimmerman. >> i think it hits harder here in oak hand because we've seen it time and time again. not just on national new, but local news, through family members and perm experiences. >> reporter: this week's massive demonstrations in oak land and across the country reflect the outrage many are feeling about the trayvon martin case and about the reality many people of color say they face every day. >> this could happen to any of us. and every day it happens to many of us. >> reporter: a professor who teaches soeshiology and african-american studies says he knows all too well what it's like to be racially profiled. he was arrested in 2005 in the campus parking lot by a police officer who thought he looked suspicious. >> so i come out, and there's a police officer there who says nothing except put your hands behind your back. you can't be a black male who can walk around on campus, who's graduated from stanford, who has a ph.d. if you're a black male, none of those things matter. >> i have instructed my son, if
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Mar 30, 2017 6:00pm PDT
quoting ronald regularag. it was actually george w. bush who said no new taxes. . >>> a troubling poll for president trump. a new poll shows that a majority of americans disapprove of mr. trump's performance in the white house. the associated press survey found 42% of americans approve of the job that the president is doing. at this point however in other presidencies, barack obama, for example, had an approval rating of over 60% and george w. bush had over 50%. there is a bright spot for president trump. 50% of americans like the way he's handling specifically the economy. >>> troubling numbers have been coming out of the santa clara registr registrar's office. members say they've seen too many errors over the years. the state senators are voted to audit the office. the audit will review practices and procedures. >>> and the city of santa clara is facing a lawsuit accused of having a discriminatory election system. the city has not had an asian council member in the past six decades despite having a population that's 40% asian american. in the last election, five asians ran, none
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Sep 29, 2016 6:00pm PDT
thing that some they failed to protect some of its patients and long-time employees. george bias says he was pushed out in june after working at stanford health care for eight years because he blew the whistle on this man a former anesthesia technician convukted of sexual battery of four paschabouts under sedation. he created an atmosphere of intimidation. employees had witnessed the sexual abuse happening right in front of their eyes and kept quiet. and he says a proper investigation would have revealed that he had been molesting patients for at least three years and sending coworkers pictures of private parts and sat women sedated in the locker room. >> so, here we have george bias coming along and rolling the bowling ball and bursting up the good old boys club doing malicious acts to minors. "we can unequivocally state that mr. baez's termination had nothing to do with his minor invauvltment in the investigation. this woman has also sued stanford health care. just 11 days after another sexual assault that nurses later admitted to witnessing. >> i think it's sick and i feel guilty for
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May 4, 2013 6:00pm PDT
phone related. nationwide, more than one in three robberies are phone related. george says he's already talked to apple and google about the problem, he wants to meet with samsung next. >>> the blue angels show scheduled for the fall may happen if a group called bring back the jets has their way. this year, all military air shows have been canceled because of the sequestration budget cuts. they have an online petition to stop it. the obama administration will provide an official response if there are 100,000 signatures collected. the decision about it can be found on bringbackthejets.org. >> bring back rob. >> we are taking the sea breeze and cranking it way up. will bring drizzle. look at today's highs. if you like 90 degree temperatures, soak in what you are seeing behind me. we are not going to see anything like it again. 95 in south san jose this afternoon. steve giving us that information. 87 in downtown san jose. santa rosa will see high temperatures 25 degrees cooler than the temperature we saw. we are close to that now. 59 in san francisco. 80s inland. the sea breeze pum
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Jul 21, 2013 6:00pm PDT
tonight. they are planning another rally protesting the verdict of the george zimmerman trial and showing their support for trayvon martin. the unarmed black teenager killed in the case. yesterday, there were more than 100 rallies held across the country, this one in oakland was organized by a teenager the same age as martin when he was killed, 17. >>> in the wake of the trayvon martin case, demonstrators around the country are calling on state lawmakers to reconsider stand your ground laws. mosh than 20 other states have similar laws and it's a debate that suddenly finds president obama and his former rival, john mccain, finding common ground. brian mooar has that story. >> reporter: it was a weekend of rallies in cities around the nation, from people who hope a florida verdict won't be the final word on trayvon martin. >> activism. >> reporter: focus is now shifting to state legislatures and rolling back stand your ground laws. >> we need to go from conversation to legislation. >> reporter: at least 22 states have laws like florida's, which permit deadly force with no duty to retreat. f
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Jul 20, 2014 6:00pm PDT
democratic party while here. he attended a luncheon at the home of philanthropists, george and judy marcus. tickets start at $10,000. >>> and the plane crash on the minds of many in today's aids walk in san francisco. thousands took part in the event. it is the state's largest aids fund-raiser. organizers say the walk is always bittersweet, because it's time to both celebrate advances made against the disease as well as remember those who have been killed by aids. this year was more difficult, though, than most. >> what a bitter irony. the people working to do such good would be lost to such a gratuitous act of hate and violence. we dedicate our efforts today to them, to their enormous contributions to ending this epidemic. and the vision of social justice they sought to advance. >> an estimated 20,000 people took part in today's walk in golden gate park. over the past 28 years, the walk has raised nearly $82 million in san francisco alone. all to fight hiv and aids. >>> coming up next, 45 years ago, history was made. mankind on the moon. >> a look back at this incredible milestone
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Mar 11, 2012 6:00pm PDT
, organized the remembrance in japantown which was emceed by nbc's george kiriyama. a moment of silence was observed the moment the earthquake struck a year ago. they received $4 million from people in the bay area since the disaster happened. some of the money has gone to help fund mental health services for survivors. >> people are dealing with post traumatic stress in japan and people culturally don't talk about stress they have. there's a japanese term called gaman and that means you suck it up and endure and don't complain. we are seeing a lot of stress and mental health problems coming out of that. >> reporter: the memories of the tsunami are vivid one year later. some members of the jcc travelled from the bay area to japan last september and told us there's still a lot of devastation this. on one hand a lot of progress has been made but on the other, they say it could take decades for many of the small fishing villages to recover. the jcc says it continues to receive money each month, about a few thousand dollars every month. monty francis, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> in
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May 25, 2014 6:00pm PDT
students were all found dead with stab wounds. the victims are chen yuan hong and george chen from san jose and 20-year-old weihan wang from fremont. hong and chen are listed on the lease for the apartment along with rodger. investigators are now looking in to whether weng was visiting the apartment or not. rodger accused hong of stealing three candles valued at $22. we have been a able to confirm that the 20-year-old hong volunteered a as a tutor in 2011 and in 2012. there are indications that hong attended high school and graduated in between 12 at linwood high school. they don't have enough information to confirm he was a graduate. but grief counselors are going to be available on tuesday when students come back from the holiday weekend. nbc bay area news. >> thank you, we are learning more about what happened in the hours leading up to that shooting. the parents of elliott rodgers say they are rushing from santa barbara to l.a. after they received a call from their son's therapist warning them about the written manifesto threatening to kill people. by the time they arrived in santa
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Jan 28, 2017 6:00pm PST
. i think it's a little bit of both and definitely the part -- >> the giants george contoes never believed he would get pass high school if not for his freshman coach. >> to learn there's more to life than just themselves and it's important to learn how to work with one another and remember how your conduct, your behavior always effects everyone around you. >> some of the same lessons she passes on to her kids. >> in san francisco, csn. >> the raiders and more joined at the third annual game changers awards. you can watch the premier presentation on csn sunday night at 9:00 right after warriors postgame live. they're up 12 in the second quarter over the clippers right now. right now more news after the break. directv now! the future of tv is now. [ now echos ] 'now' does not mean now. 'future' is a relative term. nfl sunday ticket, red zone and the nfl network are not included. cbs and showtime, again, not included. most live local stations only available in select markets - fingers crossed. streaming to more than two devices at once is a subject we'd rather not talk about. dvr an
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Feb 24, 2013 6:00pm PST
movie. >> they're still looking for one suspect. live in union city, nbc bay area news. >> george, thanks for the update. >>> in palo alto police are looking for a man who reportedly tried to rob another man at gun point. the attack happened at 8:30 friday night outside the webster parking garage. the victim is a man in his 50s who helped police come up with this sketch of the suspect. the would be robber rode up on a bicycle, pulled out a gun and demanded cash. when he couldn't wrestle away he managed to run away unharmed. three other armed robberies have happened in palo alto in three weeks. >>> we have new information on the incident that landed mc hammer in jail. hammer was arrested on thursday in dublin. the rapper claims he was the victim of the rasht profiling and the first words out of the officer's mouth was, quote, are you on parole or probation. they say the car he was parked in was not renlg tgistered to hd it was expired. he refused to exit the vehicle when the officer asked him to and continued to argue. over twitter hammer dubbed the incident a teachable moment. >>>
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Mar 31, 2012 6:00pm PDT
racial tension and sparked countless protests calling for the arrest and prosecution of george zimmerman. the neighborhood watch volunteer said he acted in self-defense when he shot the teen. civil rights leader jesse jackson attended today's protests. he said it's not about the hoodie martin was wearing the night of his death. it's about racial profiling. >> in so many ways trayvon martin's death was a wake-up call to pull the cover off a deep and growing body of racist pr practices in our country. >> the controversial shooting has fueled outrage beyond the united states. today dozens of people rallied in london in trayvon martin's hohn aror. defensemen demonstrators held signs that read no justice, no peace, as they protested in front of the u.s. embassy. >> we are sitting in solidarity to the state and we're sending a message to the police and the government. we're not taking this license to kill our people. we're here on the street making our voice heard. >> many protesters at this london demonstration say their country has experienced similar so they want to show support t
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Nov 9, 2013 6:00pm PST
. staon in fran today as well >>> new details about george shir cow what. he was stenced to jail here yesterday. ter he's released shakawa will be on pra bags for three ars. he blamed his gambling addiction r the crim. the judge ordered counseling d told him noto gamble again. >>> officers corted 40 people on to this brie today. friends who had died onhe idge and they had a chance to member them d pray tribute. carol leisterame up with the tribute. she fst reached out to the chp to visithe bridge and then realiz this were other families ithe same situation. >> my dad wasilled on the idge july 31st, 1964. and i'm here for closure. >> it just warms my heart that we can open this up for other famies. it brought such pea for me to be ae to standt the spot where m son took his life. >> demolitionf the eastern span starts nt week. officials say it will take three year and $0 million. >>> there may be soob some maybe a thi year of nouition hike. this is according to theaily cow. the propol for a tuition free comes a year after the passage of pro30. that saved the university from a $250 milli
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