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Dec 26, 2016 6:00am PST
world are mourning the loss of another music legend in 2016. george michael was found dead yesterday in his home south of london. this is new video taken outside his home where fans are leaving flowers and notes. >> this was especially stunning news because george michael was only 53. how the str's work touched so much lives here in the bay area. >> george michael burst on to the early '80s pop scene with wham. later his image added facial stubble, aviator shades and sex appeal. >> he pushed that envelope off the cliff. i remember the video for that song. also had a message where he was talking about mooning monogamy sex. >> he revealed he was gay and conquered pneumonia in 2011. his fame in the '80s is what many remember. >> george michael with prince, madonna and michael jackson, literally ruled the entire decade of the '80s. >> a new album and tour was months away and he gave a few hints. >> some of my favorite albums would not be things anyone expected. i know who i am and what i'm capable of. my limitations. >> someone who could sing, write, produce, play the instruments. he isn
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Mar 13, 2011 7:00am PDT
threat of reactor meltdowns. "today in the bay's" george kiriyama reports from japan about that devastation and how the japanese people are holding up. >>> and a 17-year-old boy clinging to life after being shot in the face in the south bay. who police say is responsible. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning to you once again. i'm in for kris sanchez this morning. this morning in japan, six nuclear reactors and two power plants are at risk for melting down after that explosion at a building housing a nuclear reactor. it's just the latest fallout from two minutes of terror that is prompting the country's triple disaster. we do have some chopper video shot this morning along japan's northeast coast. as you can see, the devastation stretches for miles. right now, japanese government officials say the death toll in this one state alone could reach into the tens of thousands. 170,000 people who lived near power plants are being evacua d evacuated. millions of people don't have drinking water, electricity, or even food. and 100,000 japanese soldiers are now on the16rii ground
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Jan 12, 2013 7:00am PST
achievement in scouting, and each one of them has george maher to thank for it, even in a small way. it is george's own eagle scout award that is the heart of today's "bay area proud." here's "today in the bay's" garvin thomas. >> reporter: spend enough time around enough boy scouts, like they do at the pacific skyline council headquarters in foster city and they say you can always spot the eagle. it's not the pin on the chest or the patch on the sleeve, though. it's something special on the inside. it's something anyone who has ever known george maher says is inside him. it's why when mark manchester started work here last year and met george he didn't even ask george if he were an eagle scout. >> i didn't ask if, i said george what year did you get your eagle scout? >> i said it should have been march 10th, 1944. >> reporter: should have, because george never officially was an eagle scout. he had all the merit badges, sure, but in the middle of his board review hearing, the very last step needed before becoming an eagle scout, george's mother interrupted the meeting. >> she told me my fa
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Jul 15, 2013 6:00am PDT
leads to an outrage on the streets of oakland. we take a look at the aftermath of the george zimmerman acquittal, just ahead. >>> a blood drive at baggage claim. we'll tell you how sfo is giving back in the wake of last week's asiana air crash. >>> some cooler temperatures to start off the work week. i'll have your forecast coming up. >>> this camera looking at the san mateo bridge just started to shake. i wanted to show you the slowdown with the heavier flow more than expected. we'll talk about both coming up. >>> right now we look at the flow across the golden gate bridge. it looks just fine there. mike is checking all the roads for us this monday, july 15. this is today in the bay. >>> good morning to you. it is 6:00. i'm marla tellez in for jon kelley. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. we saw an early morning blaze for people in san mateo. a fire broke out just before 1:00 at the bridgepointe apartment complex. this is just north of highway 92. crews were able to put the flames out within an hour and a half. luckily no one was hurt, but dozens of people were forced out of t
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Jul 14, 2013 7:00am PDT
in the george zimmerman trial said they'll take to the streets once again today. last night, about 100 people marched through oakland, breaking windows, vandalizing cars and spray painting buildings. some even lit flags on fire and set fires in the street. this is video of the crowd from the nbc chopper. the protest was organized over twitter by occupy oakland. police dressed in riot gear kept a close eye on the group, but this morning, no word of any arrests. across the bay, some 200 people marched down mission street in san francisco. people carrying signs that read things like the whole system is racist and the people say guilty. there was a heavy police presence along the route, but again, no reports of any major problems. >>> and that decision handed down by the jury of six women in the case of george zimmerman, that florida man accused of shooting the ungarmed teenager, trayvon martin, created a lot of tox in florida where the verdict happened. jay gray has more from inside the courtroom and reaction from florida as well. >> verdict, we the jury find george zimmerman not guil
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Jul 19, 2012 5:00am PDT
dad. he says his daughter does not deserve the trip. >> george zimmerman speaks about the night he kills trayvon mart martin. now we hear from his parents as they react to his interview. >> a very strange judgment against apple from a strange judge. coming up. -thanks, jimmy. -thank gold bond. ♪ this stuff works >> welcome back everybody on a thursday morning, that is a live look from oakland right up the 880, traffic starting to fill up. in the early hours here. mike inouye will tell you how thick it will be there and all over the bay area. it is 5:11. >> this morning the parents of trayvon martin are reacting to george zimmerman's first television interview since killing the unarmed teenager in february. martin's parents talking to matt lauer today on the "today" show. marla tellez joins us this morning with a preview. good morning. >> hours after george zimmerman broke his silence speaking to sean hannity on fox news, trayvon martin's parents take to the air waves to react. zimmerman telling hannity he did nothing wrong the night he shot and killed martin and he showed little
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Jul 15, 2013 5:00am PDT
. george zimmerman was actually acquitted of the shooting death of trayvon martin in florida. some walked down interstate 10, shutting down the highway for several minutes. also in new york, more than a thousand demonstrators crowded into times square and the surrounding streets. there was gridlock there for more than an hour. also wanted to mention, here in oakland, mayor dean quan made a statement. he said some of them dishonored the memory of trayvon by engaging in cities that hurt the city, hurt the growing economy, and it won't be tolerated. that's the latest from here, reporting live in oakland, christie smith, today in the bay. >> thanks, christie. while protests continue across the country, others say they support the jury's decision. >> george zimmerman was never guilty of anything except protecting himself in self-defense. >> that right there was zimmerman's defense lawyer. of course, he says he is happy with the verdict. over the weekend suggesting zimmerman never should have been brought to trial. >>> as the attorney just mentioned, much of george zimmerman's case was b
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Jul 19, 2012 6:00am PDT
controversial george zimmerman interview with fox news's sean hannity. marla tellez joins us with a today show preview. >> just hours after george zimmerman broke his silence trayvon martin's parents are reacting, zimmerman telling hannity he did nothing wrong the night he shot and killed martin and he showed little remorse. out of the entire interview zimmerman making one comment that is driving all of the attention. >> i feel it was all in god's plan and for me to second-guess it, judge it. >> when asked if he had regrets or would do anything differently the night of february 26, zimmerman replied, quote, no, sir, he did, however, say he was sorry martin's parents had to bury a child and he prays for them daily. only on "today" martin's parents are reacting to zimmerman's comments that it was all god's plan. >> i really think that's ridiculous. i wish trayvon was here to tell his side of the story and i don't believe that is god's plan for him to kill an innocent teenager. >> zimmerman claims that martin bashed his head in the concrete and broke his nose and he says he shot the un
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Apr 20, 2012 6:00am PDT
to get underway to decide if george zimmerman will be released on bail. we've got live pictures from the courtroom this morning. zimmerman charged with second-degree murder for shooting 17-year-old trayvon martin last february. martin was unarmed but zimmerman claims martin attacked him. we'll let you know the decision as soon as it is announced. >>> well, a critical hearing just hours away for suspended san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi. he'll be back in court asking that allegations of official misconduct against him be thrown out. "today in the bay's" christie smith is live in san francisco where the judge has already tipped his hand. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla, and happy friday. ross mirkarimi has already suffered two legal setbacks in his efforts to keep his job as san francisco's sheriff. in fact, the tentative ruling yesterday won't be final until after a hearing that is set for 9:30 this morning here in san francisco. but a judge has already said that so far he sees no reason to undo his conduct suspension or allow him to even collect a salary. m
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Jul 25, 2013 4:30am PDT
afternoon. police arrested george zimmerman at his ho -- gonzalez. gonzalez is out on bail this morning. >>> today hercules police trying to track down two men in connection with a violent home invasion robbery. this all happened after 10:30 on tuesday night at a home near hannah ranch blmtry school. police say a woman who lives alone was dragged from her bed and beaten by one man who claimed he was, quote, the police. that woman says she heard a second man in the room as well. police say the pair were able to get in through an unlocked window. the victim was treated at the hospital for injuries to her face and ultimately released. >>> hundreds of high school students who had their test scores invalidated have to tonight to decide if they'll retake the test. attorneys hired by the school district will speak to the educational testing service and the college board today about testing retakes and not throwing out the scores. the district decided earlier this week to pursue legal action. the scores were initially invalidated after the test administrators failed to follow strict seating rul
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Apr 12, 2012 4:30am PDT
the meantime volunteers are still holding occupy hope for her safe return. george kiriyama has more from morgan hill. >> reporter: good morning. hundreds of volunteers continue to come out every day, even as we near the one-month mark. they admit it's been physically and mentally challenging, but it's nothing compared to the pain the family is going through. poster after poster inside the command post, they have messages of encouragement for the 500 volunteers who come out every day. wednesday afternoon volunteers went door to door and talked to neighbors, hoping their conversations would spark, something even just a memory. santa clara county deputies are using sonar machines to search nearby reservoirs. it's the same technology used to help find laci peterson after she finished. >> you have to keep believing. if you believe and stay positive as someone that's here every day, then everyone else that comes in will stay positive with you. >> reporter: the family created this website that's called help us find sierra lamar. george kitiyama, today in the bay. >>> take a look at this vi
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Dec 26, 2016 4:30am PST
big price if they park illegally at b.a.r.t. >>> a fallen star. george michael passes away on christmas day. we look back at his life and career. "today in the bay. starts right now. good morning and thank you for joining us on this day after christmas. >> hanukkah ongoing, as a matter of fact. >> yes. i'm the only one not in blue. >> thp's okay. it makes it diverse up here. what we are dealing with is cold temperatures. how hot is a relative term. >> that's why we are wearing blue. it's all blue on my maps out there as we look at temperatures and very chilly air. it's now a live look outside in san jose. all clear skies and we will continue to see once again a very blue map there freezing temperatures in napa and santa rosa. very close in livermore and morgan hill, you may have frost on the car. you have to deal with that before you get on the roadway. i'll detail that coming up. let's look outside from some of our traffic cams. looking at the big map showing there is no big problems out there. all dry but you have to deal with that cold air across the richmond bridge and san
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May 2, 2015 7:00am PDT
when her big brother, george, was born, officials actually waited two days before announcing his name. >>> now we're taking you live to st. mary's hospital in london where middleton gave birth in the same place where prince george was born in 2013. the royal baby girl is now the fourth in line to the throne behind her grandfather, prince charles, behind father, prince william and behind big brother, prince george. her birth, though, get this, moves prince harry down to fifth in line for the throne. >>> taking a turn now and bringing you back to the bay area where last night a peaceful mayday protest turned violent. we have the scene from our nbc chopper over oakland. hundreds of protesters took to the streets to call attention to workers' rights. yearly tradition to march on may 1st, may day. it became much more than that with the incidents in baltimore. what started out as a march turned to destruction. the mood shifted around 9:00 last night when protesters began smashing the windows of a honda dealership. can you see one rider actually inside the store, which you just saw ther
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Apr 21, 2012 7:00am PDT
with three counts of attempted murder. . still to come, george zimmerman apologizes to the parents of trayvon martin. we'll hear reaction from the martin family. >>> plus, it is also in the family. why this father/son1 team headig to london for the lo olympic games is an olympic rarity. >>> good morning to you. looking live at oakland this morning where lafayette elementary school's duane dwyer will be part of the comcast initiative where 300 volunteers will assist at impacting schools. we are proud of that. >>> a courtroom apology from the man who admits he shot florida teenager trayvon martin. as soon as george zimmerman posts the $150,000 bond he'll walk out of jail, though with restrictions. no alcohol, no guns and a gps around his anking. in a surprise move zimmerman took the stand in a florida courtroom yesterday and apologized to trayvon martin's participants. here's nbc's kerry sanders. >> reporter: george zimmerman hand shackled entered the courtroom and for the first time here and trayvon martin's parents saw each other face to face. the 28-year-old who fired a single sho
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Jul 16, 2013 6:00am PDT
attacked people on sidewalks. at least 13 people now under arrest. >>> as for george zimmerman, a jury has acquitted him of killing trayvon martin. but his legal saga is not over yet. coming up at 6:30, we will go live to washington, d.c., for an update on the federal investigation into the case, and what attorney general eric holder is doing today that could give us an idea of what we can expect from the investigation. again, that's coming up at 6:30. >>> this morning, the ntsb says it has finished its on-scene investigation at sfo following the crash of asiana flight 214. the ntsb says the investigation will now continue in washington, d.c. some of the wreckage of the flight will remain in a secure storage location at sfo. meantime, asiana airlines says it will increase training for its pilots following the deadly crash at san francisco international. "the new york times" reports the korean-based airline will give all its pilots special safety training, including a new program on landing approaches and automated flight. the pilot of flight 214 was in training for the boeing 777 aircr
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Jul 16, 2013 5:00am PDT
today following the verdict in the george zimmerman trial. overnight, almost a dozen people were arrested for vandalism and assault. "today in the bay's" christie smith is live in downtown oakland now with a look at the damage this morning. christie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. you know, protesters said they would be back for another day of protests, and they surely made good on their promise. i want to show you what some of downtown oakland looks like this morning. this is flora restaurant. it's right by the fox theater if you know the area. one of the waiters here apparently hit in the head with a hammer, or a hammer-type object, as he tried to protect yet another window from being broken. some of these were actually busted out when this first started on saturday night. but oakland police did make arrests. they confiscated one bb gun-type weapon. they arrested one guy. nine people arrested in all. one juvenile among them. and most of them, as has been the case before, not even from oakland. the late-night skirmishes with the police got more and more v
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Jul 15, 2013 4:30am PDT
>>> protesters swarm the streets in oakland in the wake of the george zimmerman trial. protesters clash with police late into the night. we'll have the very latest. >>> plus efforts to help survivors of the asiana flight 214. how you can help. >>> here's what's happening right now with the golden gate bridge. not a lot going on. looks like a pretty clear start to your monday, july 15. this is today in the bay. >>> we hope you had a great weekend. it's 4:30. good morning. i'm laura garcia cannon. good morning, rob. he's in for christina. >> waking up to some low clouds, temperatures currently in the mid-50s outside. 59 degrees, san jose 52 and san francisco for the afternoon. it's going to be cooler than what we saw for the weekend, 72 for san jose, 52 for oakland. >> we're definitely checking our live cameras. i'll sweep them across the morning and warn you of anything, especially if cpsp passes anything to us. 680 no problem, and you can see ground weather throughout the south bay. there is no big deal as far as that whole area, but we do watch 280 at 17. over the last few minute
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Apr 11, 2012 4:30am PDT
explain coming up. >>> plus george zimmerman's defense lawyers step down. why they're withdrawing from the case. >>> welcome back. it's 4:45 now. the worst cheap shot you'll ever see in baseball. that's the title of a youtube video that's gotten more than two million views in just three days and it's forcing the controversial star of the video, a bay area native, to change schools. today in the bay's george has the story. >> reporter: the video has gone viral. it's not the bench-clearing brawl that's getting people's attention it's what in the background caught on video and uploaded quickly on youtube that's causing a firestorm online. watch as he blind sides his opponent. such blind sides his opponent at full speed. he has been kicked off the team for his actions. >> we went ahead this last saturday and decided on a remainder of the season suspension, so he's suspended for the rest of the year. >> reporter: we are hearing reports someone has posted his cell phone number and home address online. no criminal charges have been filed against him at this point. he does plan to transfer at
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Mar 15, 2011 6:00am PDT
heading even further south. >> as i just mentioned, "today in the bay's" george kiriyama on special assignment in japan joins us with a will be at what's going on in tokyo. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, brent and laura. good evening from tokyo where it's been a busy night with people scrambling to escape this city as the threat of a radioactive cloud gets closer to tokyo. now just feels different here in the city known for its bright neon lights. well, they have turned them off to save on electricity, but the big story here in tokyo right now, residents and tourists fleeing the city and going to other parts of japan to stay with family and friends. the tokyo train station was busy with long lines and packed with thousands of people leaving on the bullet tularain. parents leaving with their children, many with suitcases and bags, many prepared to stay away from tokyo for a week or two or until the situation improves. we actually bumped into someone from san francisco trying to get out of town. >> we packed for the mid-term so it will be more than a few days but no telling
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Jun 18, 2017 7:00am PDT
vulnerability. >> every time he hits the road, he's riding in the tracks laid by george wyman, more than a century ago. >> well, george wyman is america's forgotten trailblazer. >> 1903, wyman, an oakland mechanic who also raced bicycles, set his sights on a much longer journey. >> in march of 1903, he published he was going to be the first person to ride a motorcycle across the united states. >> he launched that trip from san francisco may 16th. >> at 2:30 in the afternoon on 1903, george a. wyman left his spot, he followed the trance continental railroad. >> it was basically a bicycle with a motor. >> like most of the world, marty had never heard the story of her great grandfather. >> i didn't know much about him. >> the recent discovery of articles he wrote while duming his trip for a motorcycle magazine have shed new light on his trek. >> he got stuck in mud, thrown off his bike. >> took pictures along the way. >> wyman arrived to fanfare in new york city on july 6th. >> took him 50 days to do it, the first person to ride a motorized vehicle. >> they were shut from history when the fir
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Feb 4, 2011 4:30am PST
. >> reporter: by then it was too late for george finch. the cyclist slammed into her and they both hit the pavement. george was shaken up and bruised. the biker flipped over the handlebars and damaged his bike. >> everyone is sharing one path, especially with kids and babies and dogs. >> reporter: george's story is a familiar one on mixed use trails all over the bay area ch. it is not always the cyclist at fault. careless pedestrians need to tune in, too. >> some of the bikers are arrogant. and a lot of the walkers are arrogant also. >> reporter: over the past five years the district reported 136 bike-involved accidents on the 16 multi-use trails. los gatos had 29. east bay regional park district had 51 accidents, a quarter were collision. golden gate national recreation area only provided one year's worth of data. 33 accidents in 2010. most involved cyclists riding faster than the 15 miles an hour speed limit. this officer patrols los gatos trail. >> if there were a bunch of kids on the trail as stuff, i would expect you to slow down to 7 or 8 miles an hour. >> reporter: up to 5,000 peopl
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Mar 3, 2013 7:00am PST
. >>> santa clara county supervisor george resigned from office last friday after the district attorney charged him with five felonies, including perjury and misappropriation of funds. political analyst larry gerston joins us. as always, the question is, were you surprised by this? >> not surprised by the outcome. of course, we're always surprised, i think, that somebody misuses the public funds abuses the public trust. that kind of thing. george has been the subject of an investigation by the metro, and then by the "mercury news" for several months. their search uncovered countless questions about the allege the misuse of account funds and expense charges to the county. that's the taxpayers that he's involving here. the vigilance of the metro and "mercury news," it's something we ought to remember the next time we say, oh, gosh, what are they doing. something to learn here. >> people say, oh, the reporters again. this investigation revealed that some of the allegations date back a little while. why now? >> yeah, that's a good question. county managers have said that they were asking ge
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Dec 26, 2016 5:00am PST
. >>> a fallen star. '80s pop sensation george michael passes away on christmas day. this morning, we take a look back at his life and career. "today in the bay" starts right now. good morning to you. it's shy of 5:01. thanks for joining us. i'm kira klapper. >> we are keeping the desk warm here today. it is cold outside. >> it is another cold one. we have to deal with frosty and freezing conditions over the weekend. no change this morning. here is a live look outside. san francisco, beautiful shot. this is the morning after christmas. people getting up to go shopping or going back to work. this kind of çweather will be with us. only 43 with a high of 54 and looking at the temperatures all around the bay area. freezing in the north bay. santa rosa dropped down to 29. warmer air in the forecast coming up. as we get a look at what's happening all around the bay area for that drive, all green sensors meaning things are flowing smoothly. no major issues as of yet. i'll have another look at weather and traffic coming up. >> thank you very much. a very popular day here to do a little shop
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Nov 8, 2010 4:30am PST
bill. what they come up with so far. >> actor george clean talks politics. he will be at the forum tonight on the nation. >> new this morning, one city is leading you decide how they spend part of the budget. >> another requirement is to change out the battery in your smoke detector. >> actor george clooney is in the bay area today. why he is here and how you can see him. this monday, november 8th, today in the bay. >> good morning, george. in case you are watching, thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia cannon. >> i think we have to work together. time is
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Nov 9, 2010 4:30am PST
turned into sex slaves. the sweep that has the fbi in the east bay and george clooney's visit to the bay area. is he running for office or something else? >> good morning. it's 4:30, tuesday, november 9th. let's start with weather. i looked at my car thermometer and it was 44 degrees. >> a ways to go before sunrise. temperatures continue to drop off and this morning, oakland is probably one of the more mild spots. concord is down to 42 and livermore is very close to the upper 30s. we will get there before sunrise. light winds and coldest places include the salinas valley to the south and northward, the locations are under frost advisory. we have a cold start to the day. it will be a cold finish as well. 30s and 40s and clouds filling in for the afternoon. that will block out the sun. some spots only climbing into the upper 50s for high today. especially areas north of concord. areas in the 60s and close to 60 for richmond. 59 today around concord. later on we will be talking about rain for the evening commute. a look at that and the seven-day forecast. >> cars have butt warmers. that one
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Apr 25, 2013 4:30am PDT
down to that memorial. before he does that, he is stopping in dallas for the opening of the george w. bush presidential museum. he is joining the four other living presidents. jimmy carter, george h.w. bush, bill clinton and, of course, george w. bush on the campus of southern methodist university. a library and museum will feature major turning points during the second president bush's term in office. exhibits featuring the 9/11 attack, iraq and afghanistan wars. >>> a french magazine has published topless photos of the dutchess of cambridge. they announced the photographer and the publisher and they are all under vigs for breach of privacy. this is the last step in the process before formal charges can be filed. the photos were snapped last year while prince william and kate were on vacation at a beach in the south of france. >> right now, 4:50. the 49ers getting ready to get back to the super bowl. the nhl draft coming up. we'll let you know how they are trying to include you in a big day coming up. >>> what might have been. new details on how they almost traded one of the most ic
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Mar 15, 2011 4:30am PDT
reporters the there is george kiriyama. things changing quickly, people still on edge and george joins us with the latest. >> reporter: new pictures showing the human drama after this horrible, horrible earthquake for the first time in a way we've never seen before. we're getting a look at the death and destruction and lack of basic supplies in the quake zone, like food, water and gasoline. for some perspective japan is about 10% smaller than california and the world's third largest economy and tonight our first look of how much of japan was affected by this quake and the tsunami. the destruction extends as far as the eye can see, and an almost incomprehensible landscape. emergency workers aided by 100,000 japanese troops pulling out more bodies. there are few surr+ors left to find. japan hasn't seen anything like this since world war ii. friday's tsunami inundated communities, shattered just minutes before by the most powerful earthquake japan has ever seen. for the living a nightmare. millions are without clean water, electric circumstances adequate first aid or shelter in the mid-march
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Jun 10, 2013 4:30am PDT
controversy the george zimmerman murder trial gets under way. what we can expect to see in court coming up. >>> to help jump start your monday morning, we'll give you a little inspiration with a live look at your bay bridge. it is day one of the workweek, monday, june 10th, this is "today in the bay." >>> it is just about 4:31. good morning everybody. i'm jon kelley. after a week of well-deserved vacation, look who is back? >> do i look rested or tired because it's sorely in the morning. good morning. i'm laura garcia-cannon. lots to get to this morning. first we'll see good morning to meteorologist christina loren. >> good morning. welcome back, lawyer la. we have a lot of weather happening across the bay area. chances are if you've been out and about over the past hour, you saw the flashes of lightning. look at all these realtime lightning strikes still occurring in the north bay. we'll continue to see this pattern at least through mid morning. we have a very, very unstable area of low pressure driving in this moisture. so for us today, we are going to be on the lookout for iso
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Mar 9, 2016 4:30am PST
fifth beetle, george man tin has died. thank you for all your love and ki kindness, george. peace and love. born in london, george produced all but one of the beatles' alb albums, he was 90 years old. >>> a somber day for the nation. starting today, nancy reagan's body will lie in repose at the reagan library. >> her remains were taken to the library sunday from her los angeles home. she dade sunday morning of congest stiff heart failure. she was 94. mrs. reagan will be buried at the library next to her husband, who died in 2004. >>> headed to the jury today. wrongful death lawsuit against san francisco police officers who shot and killed a man two years ago is nearing an end. closing arguments starting this morning. they fired as many as a total of 59 bullets into alex at a park. they said he was threatening them with a gun and turns out he was carrying a taser stun gun. his parents are suing the officers and the city for an unspecified amount of money. >>> what popular bay area store is turning to the brightest star to generate more than just energy. >>> 4:44, yesterday, we cele
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Feb 2, 2011 4:30am PST
sharing his story with us. george kiriyama has more on the man who escaped from cairo. >> reporter: they were right in the middle of it shooting home video, witnessing history. >> probably tens of thousands of protesters coming across the bridge and the police on the same side of the bridge that we were on trying to prevent the protesters from coming across. >> reporter: george and his daughter heather had a bird's-eye view of the chaos. >> there was a tug of war or maybe a push of war of the protesters and the police going back and forth. one would have an advantage, then the other would. >> reporter: they decided to move to a different hotel because they felt it would be the safe thing to do. while driving to the next place they knew they made the right decision. >> they were blocking lanes and saw people standing outside some of the police stations and holding revolvers, clearly they weren't -- >> reporter: they were disconnected from the outside world. no internet, no facebook. that night fear crept in. >> we were very nervous. there were a lot of gun shots outside and explosio
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Sep 23, 2015 5:00am PDT
south lawn is nbc special anchor, maria shriver and george weigel. good morning to both of you. george, let me start with you, 1979 john paul, ii, in 2008 it was pope benedict xvi, greeted by president bush and today it's president obama welcoming pope francis. what's the difference in the meetings? what's changed? >> they're all remarkable, matt. in 1979 you had this southern baptist president greeting a polish pope, unbelievable. no one imagined such a thing could happen. in 2008 you had a former american prisoner of war, now benedict xvi, being serenaded by the u.s. army band. marvelous moment. today you've got the first pope from this hemisphere from what he calls america, not the americas, plural, as john paul ii did, he talks of america, one enterprise on this side of the atlantic. and you've got obviously the first african american president. there's all sorts of firsts going on here. the other thing to always keep in mind during this visit is that this is pope francis's first visit to the united states. his predecessors have experience with it. he's on a learning curve. >> and
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Apr 7, 2014 6:00am PDT
. >>> time now 6:10. still ahead, prince george reports for royal duty at just eight months old. coming up, all that new video of the arrival in new zealand. we'll tell you why he's stirring up some controversy, as well. >> look at kate bringing back the pill box hat. >>> general motors begins to repair millions of recalled cars. how long the fix will take and also how much it will cost consumers. >>> one sunrise and we'll show you another at cupertino. 6:11. we'll be back in just a minute. >>> got a story for nbc investigative unit? call the tip line at 1-888-996-tips or e-mail us at theunit@nbcbayarea.com. >>> closed captioning provided by mancini's. avo: safeway gets that staying on budget can be a real bear. that's why... ...they've gots lots of ways to save. real big club card deals, the safeway app and gas rewards. this week,... ... life's just a little sweeter with delicious red, seedless grapes. just $1.99 a pound. clean up with bounty paper towels, only $8.99 for 8 large rolls. and honey bunches of oats are just $1.88. there's more savings to love... ...at safeway. ingredients for
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Jul 23, 2014 6:00am PDT
home of george and judy marcus. george marcus, a major democratic fund-raiser, found of real estate brokerage firm. and also expected in attendance, nancy pelosi, congresswoman anna eshoo, and steve israel, who is chairman of the democratic congressional campaign committee. this is not a cheap event to attend new york surprise. ticket prices range from $10,000 to over $30,000. 10,000 lunch and a photo with the president. for 32,400 the lunch, photo, access to a vip reception. now while these supporters are dining with the president, other people who agree with the president on many issues will be speaking out against him. activists from moveon.org and other progressive organizations will be protesting the fcc's attempt to kill net neutrality. protesters want to pressure the president to keep access to the internet unrestricted and equal but the chair of the s.e.c. is threatening to do otherwise. >> the danger of a two-tiered setup where some information moves faster than others and only corporations have the ability to take full advantage of the internet, the federal communications
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Mar 14, 2011 6:00am PDT
in magnitude. today in the bay's george kiriyama is in tokyo today. >> we've been feeling aftershock after aftershock, 6.2 preliminary magnitude. we were told it felt like a 6.2. the place was rattling. at one point i felt like i had to go under the desk to make sure nothing would fall on me. that got our attention here at the hotel. i was on the third floor when it happened. my other colleagues were on the ninth floor. they said it was shaking up pretty good up there on the top floor. there have been lines of people stocking up on food and water in the supermarkets in tokyo, trying to stock up and food and water. we've been hearing long lines at gasoline stations, in narita, just north of tokyo. back to you. >>> we'll check back in live with him on the phone coming up at 6:30. >>> friday's earthquake in japan was so powerful that it moved the main island of japan eight feet. and it changed the earth's rotation. the 8.9 quake shifted the earth's axis which shifted the length of the day. it's been shortened by 8.1 millionth of a second. larger earthquakes in chile and indonesia have h
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Jul 22, 2014 6:00am PDT
tycoon george marcus. >>> starting this morning, bart police will enforce a new policy at bay area stations. >> they will be cracking down on people who sit, lie, or sleep at the stations. "today in the bay's" stephanie chuang live at the palace street bart station in san francisco, stephanie, bart says this is a safety issue. >> reporter: that's right, good morning, laura and scott. that's what bart police say about this move. the gates close in the bart station in the midnight hours, already at 4:30 when we open, there are plenty of people sleeping and stretched out in the stations. and it's difficult to see, down this long hallway, probably obscured by people walking, there are folks there as well. there were at least half dozen people sleeping and lying in the halls, it appears they'd be here overnight. long corridors in the stations is the particular concern for bart police who describe this new policy as a safety measure to ensure they can evacuate stations in four to sticks minutes. of course in case of emergency situations. now passengers say they do see too many people lyi
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Sep 28, 2013 7:00am PDT
medical professions. >> how are folks who started a mega company dealing with age? >> george harrick is, like so many off silicon valley techies, working at a startup. his is called imo. george has the distinction of being employee number seven at google. >> i got a call that said a friend of my boyfriend's is starting a company, do you want to work there? i thought that's the worst pitch i've ever gotten. i thought that is not a good name. >> google's home page features an interactive pinata. charlie ayers, google's original chef got stock options and later opened this palo alto restaurant. stanford professor and sun microsystems andy bechtel sceim wrote a check $100,000 check to help and is now worth $2 billion. >> i looked for sort of the most interesting thing that i could do at the time and that would be the strangest thing could i do and that's how i ended up at google. >> because george ended up at google, the world can advise, search, use e-mail, all things george worked on while at the company. >> nobody gets a chance in history to work on products that 5 billion people use, ri
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Oct 31, 2016 4:30am PDT
island. the latest move to build a george lucas museum. >> one bay area homeowner is putting a political twist on a haunted house. the way he wants to make america scared again. the rain in the bay ea -- turne mountas, ough to slo >>> the rain in the bay area turned to snow in the sierra. several inches of snow in the mountains and enough to slow down that traffic on interstate 80. not quite cold enough for tahoe ski resorts to open again. they are hoping conditions will allow the season to start in the next week or two. >> snow in the sierra. we've seen all this rain the last three, four days. our year-to-date total are far more than we've seen. >> it's a 1/2 foot more rain in the north bay than last year. it was a strong el nino year and we didn't see much through october. it has been a big start. most of the bay area, including san jose, thanks to the wettest day since march last friday. you can see 200% to 400% of average. that was last year. almost nothing around the bay area certainly well above the average. all this doesn't include one more system to come later this even
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Jun 10, 2013 5:00am PDT
today in the trial of george zimmerman charged in the death of 17-year-old trayvon martin. zimmerman has already said he hot and killed martin, but he says he did it in self-defense. zimmerman is pleading not dillity to a second degree murder charge. >>> 5:06. good morning to you. we welcome back laura garcia-cannon on this monday. some kids are actually off for school. this is their first monday of summertime. if you're trying to get those kids outdoors today, it's a good day to do so. high temperatures aren't going to be all that warm. we're almost done with all this lightning. it's starting to clear out. watch out for a little shower activity moving through the east bay at this point. we don't have any lightning reported in the east bay right now. you are going to find pretty active cells capable of getting your highways nice and slick this morning. mike and i will be watching that for you. we stop the clock between nine and noon, all that activity starts to wind down. between noon and 5:00 p.m., we'll start to see the sun break through those clouds. limited sunshine means tempera
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Nov 14, 2013 6:00am PST
george out there here in the bay area, some fog to greet you on your morning commute. the low bms on and take it easy out there. mike will help you through your morning commute. looking at roadwayscross the bay area including an erturned big rig on i-80 near pinole. ristina has a look at the forecast, when thing will clear up and warm up and what's on the horizofor the qckly approaching weekend. 6:27. a lot of news ahead. >>> a bullet i a bedro now backfiring for agents. we haveew details about the late scandal hitting the secretserve. >> and tesla workers injed at the company's fremont facty. we'll tell you how they are ing today and h the company is responding. >> we look at t new york stock exchange, we'll see how things are bouncing around as e the day.roll in and we ring in now.ous george doing it right >> how cute. >> he's ringing the bell. do your thing, kid. i thought it was a bana. it's a bell. thishursday, novembe 14th, nice worgeorge, this is "today in the bay." >>> thats curious. george. it's cute. 6:30. we're fans of curious george great to seeyou. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm
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Oct 23, 2013 6:00am PDT
has any idea. >>> an overnight update on the royal baby. we just found out who prince george's god parents are. we'll tell you which olympic medalist is on the list. and if prince harry or tip pipp middleton make the cut. >>> welcome back, san jose mayor, chuck reed, is heading out east to new york city and washington, d.c. to meet with federal officials. he is expected to address pension-related issues and other topics important to san jose. >>> speaking of washington, d.c., the dome on the capitol getting a little facelift. a construction version of botox injections. the two-year restoration will start in november and will be covered by scaffolding. be aware of that. architects say that the dome has more than 1,000 cracks andh structural problems that at this point just need to be fixed. >> it is a very special day for one particular baby. this morning, prince george will be christened at a private ceremony at the chapel royal at st. james palace. we have a live look at the crowds building outside st. james palace. you can see the guards standing there proteblcting the ceremony i
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Apr 9, 2014 4:30am PDT
francisco side. we'll track this at well guys. send it back to you. >> prince george had a play date in new zealand today. >> look at this. he looks like his father. he was among other babies. the play date scheduled for prince george during his over seas trip. >> still to come. new pinks in the indian ocean. the latest efforts for the missing malaysian airlines plane. >>> and that does mean alternate as far as your local commute coming up. >> plus toyota recalling millions of cars causing an issue that could cause serious injuries. >> and winds transporting thick low cloud cover. another look outside. this is wednesday. april 9th. this is today in the bay. two busy roads shut down in san jose today. live near the intersection and east capitol chase? >> reporter: scott, police are saying this is a hit and run situation. there is an adult man dead here on the expressway behind me. we will push into the scene. aside from the police lights there. this is a dark stretch o
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Dec 23, 2015 4:30am PST
year, john, paul, george and ring go. the beatles will join music services including apple pleusic and spotify on thursday. unlike artists like taylor swift who won't allow some songs on the site, the beatles will be available to everyone. >> maybe they'll set an example. if the beatles can do it, anyone can do it. >> we can all follow along. >>> the hot item for under the christmas tree is apparently a hot item for thieves. we have surveillance video from atv wholesale. those are three thieves, running, getting away with $1,000 in hover boards. each is worth more than $300. store employees thought they might be getting robbed when the thieves came in. >> one goes to one side, one goes to the oefrmt hover boards there, hover boards there. here comes the third one. >> when they first came in, i got scared, they all had their hands in the pocket, hoods ochblt at first i thought it was going to be a robbery. >> as you see, the surveillance caught the thieves as well as the lookouts. the store owners chased the thieves out to the suvs. >> if they get burned, no one to blame but themselves.
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Nov 9, 2010 6:00am PST
to a discussion about sudan. invite this guy. george clooney paid a visit to the farm. he is a passion ead advocate for peace and talked to a packed auditorium urging students to get involve and make their voices heard. >> your voice can save lives. >> he said he makes a better advocate than a politician. >> are new this morning, a report about the attempt to ship mail bombs on cargo planes. the u.s. government has known for decades that terrorists could sneak bos on planes and didn't do anything because they were afraid of adding cost and delivery delays. expensive campaigns by the freight industry may have also halted efforts to impose a tough new shipping rule. the obama administration has banned freight out of places like yemen and somalia after attempts to put bombs on planes there. shipments of toners were restricted and security rules have been unchanged. >> the former chief of bp is talking about the gulf oil spill. the company was unprepared for the spill, forcing it to improvise solutions. hayward said contingency plans were inadequate and they were making it up day t
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Nov 27, 2010 7:00am PST
might otherwise go to games if it was up the streets. >> reporter: george kitiyama. >>> they are advertising everything from sunglasses to t shirts. city leaders and business owners back a plan to create a five-block ex plin nod with a cafe and sweeping views of the bay. having business owners on board was the first test. the next test will be securing the $15 they need to make it happen. >>> tonight, the 32nd anniversary of a tragic day in the city history. supervisory, harvey milk and mayor george mass coney were gunned done. at 6:45, there will be a march that will begin. speakers at the vigil will include form your supervisor and former state senator and supervisor, david campos and cleve jones, the founder of the names project. >>> all members of gun violence prevention group plan to protest a meeting of an organization that advocates the right to openly carry unloaded guns. that 2:00 meeting is also doubling today as a toy drive. licensed gun owners in california can openly carry guns so long as they are unloaded, holstered and not carried near schools and government buildi
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Jul 16, 2015 5:00am PDT
george hw bush recovering this morning after taking a frightening fall. the 91-year-old former president broke a bone in his neck after falling at his is summer house in maine. doctors say he is in stable condition this morning. mr. bush has a form of parkinson's disease which forces him to use a motorized scooter or wheelchair to get around. >>> happening today, bush's son, jeb bush, will be in the bay area visiting the company thumbtack hoping to raise money for his presidential campaign. >> not his first time here and won't be his last. "today in the bay" stephanie chuang joining us live in san francisco with what the presidential hopeful's visit is going to bring and he is going to a local business. >> reporter: this is his third visit toit bay area in year to this democratic strong hold. highlighting basically a message of benefits of small business and entrepreneurship. you may remember it was back in january his first time and back in march and now this visit. this morning he is set to visit the startup thumbtack launched in 2009 that connects people with local professio
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Feb 27, 2011 7:00am PST
king's speech." it chronicles king george vi battle to overcome his stammering. the oscars' history and scratchy vinyl record have a south bay man reliving his own struggles with substitutering as "today in the bay"'s george kiriyama reports. the 92-year-old has quite the insight on the movie and the man. >> reporter: with a drop of the needle, the voice of an english king from 1937 comes to life. >> i speak to you tonight. >> reporter: the voice on the scratch ji vinyl is king george vi giving his coronation speech. >> jack and jill went up the hill. >> reporter: "the king's speech" starring colin firth. >> never before -- >> reporter: 92-year-old dave barrett has listened to this record countless times since he bought it in 1946 in monterey. and every time barrett hears king george speak it reminds him they have something in common. >> i think very commendable that people understand because what happened to him happened to me that changed me from a left hand to a right hand in the first grade and that upset me. >> reporter: barrett says after that he began to stutter just like the eng
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Nov 26, 2010 5:00am PST
and acts of kindness. george lewis looks at the evidence from uc berkeley. >> thanksgiving dinner for l.a.'s homeless. for the hundred of volunteers at the los angeles mission, a different kind of reward. >> when you serve the people and you can see the look on their face and how thankful they are and they are eating and it's the most wonderful joy you can feel. >> all year we do stories about people making a difference. >> it has been in my heart to reach out to people in need. >> there is new evidence that humans are wired to be kind. those who help others are only doing what comes naturally. a group of researchers here at the university of california berkeley are looking into what brings us joy. what makes us kind. what makes us generous. it's known as positive psychology or the science of happiness. >> attaching these two sensors -- >> they have been mapping empathy and running test subjects through computer exercises that measures ability to share with others. >> it suggests that's generosity and compassion and empathy that pay. >> this psychology has written a book called born t
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Jul 13, 2013 7:00am PDT
this morning in the george zimmerman murder trial in florida. we'll take you inside the courtroom next. [ glenn stonebarger ] we are a family farm. she has been around corn her entire life, so she's probably been around corn longer than i have. [ jeannie stonebarger ] i shop at safeway quite a bit. i walk around the produce department a few times, just to see that box. i'm like...yes! really, really proud. to know that they're buying locally is important. [ female announcer ] safeway works with hundreds of local farmers because local means fresher. ♪ >> it is coming up on 7:30 on this bright and sunny sad morning. we're looking live at fremont, if that's where you're waking up, a special good morning. i'm chris sanchez along with rob mie yesterday da. >> a little warmer. the marine layer was 2,000 feet thick. it's been squishd down to 140 0e feet. i know it's only 600 feet of difference but what it means is the inland values are going to be running warmer today. we'll see a slightly weaker see breeze, 53 in san francisco and 52 san jose. notice the wind in livermore is light rig
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Jul 16, 2015 6:00am PDT
suspect. about 11:30 last night. >>> politics now and world news, former president george hw bush is recovering in the hospital this morning after a frightening fall. the 91-year-old former president broke a bone in nis neck after he fell at his summer house in maine. mr. bush has a form of parkinson's disease which forces him to use a motorized scooter or wheelchair to get around. >>> this is all happening as his son and republican presidential candidate jeb bush heads to the bay area. mr. bush is going to speak with employees at a san francisco startup, thumb back. "today in the bay" stephanie chuang joins us live from our san francisco newsroom. mr. bush is going to talk small business while hoping to bring in the big bucks. >> reporter: he has already so far out fund raised his gop contenders. later today he heads to a lunch fundraiser, a luncheon fundraiser in silicon valley. but not before he makes a stop first at thumbtack, a startup launched in 2009 that connects people with local professional services online. the startup was founded by two former aids in president george w.
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Nov 6, 2012 6:00am PST
and her family are starting to get worried about her husband, george slider. a 74-year-old retired nuclear engineer who has been missing for 48 hours now. he disappeared around 9:15 sunday morning during a church retreat in the aptos hills in santa cruz county. the thought is he went into the nearby redwoods for a walk or to do yoga and meditate. around 10:30 that morning he showed up about a mile away, on the other side of the woods asking two women for directions back to the retreat center. what do you think happened? >> i think he had time between breakfast and the next meeting or he went to do meditation or yoga and he tends to lose track of time and he realized he was late and rushed to be back where he was supposed to be and probably got turned around. >> his wife says he does not suffer from diminiementia but sometimes loses track of time and the good news is that overnight the temperatures have been moderate, it's been dry. he is wearing a t-shirt, but also has pants on and doesn't have a cell phone and, as you heard kathleen mentioned those woods are very dense. she will h
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