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Dec 18, 2016 9:00am PST
china. members of the electoral college are getting ready to formally cast their votes tomorrow. here's abc reporter mary bruce with more from washington. >> donald trump arriving in alabama for the final stop of his thank you tour. >> boy, did we do well. >> over eight steps he's relived his election night victory. >> donald trump and his great movement is president of the united states. >> with his inauguration a month away, trump is facing foreign policy challenges. this morning his team sending mixed messages to china yourself hours after chinese officials said they would return a seized u.s. drone. trump told them to keep it tweeting we should tell china we don't want the drone they 0 stole back. earlier condemning china for taking the drone. and after the chinese officials agreed to return to drone, trump spokesman gave trump credit by saying trump gets it done. trump is still facing questions over russia's involvement in the u.s. election. >> we are going to have a very new policy. it's called america first. >> he had no comment saturday about allegations that russian pre
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Nov 23, 2014 9:00am PST
. here's michael finney. >> good morning, everyone. tires from china can cost far less than better-known brands. consumer reports included three of these tires in recent tests and found they're no bargain. they didn't earn high scores for performance and one could be a counterfeit. tires are expensive. most s.u.v. truck tires "consumer reports" recommends cost more than $150 each. so this $95 tire from china, the pegasus advanta suv, seemed like a bargain. but when "consumer reports" put a set of those tires through its standard tests, they came in at the bottom of the ratings. >> these tires did not grip well in snow. they were short in terms of tread life, when compared to the other models. and they made for a rough and noisy ride. >> even worse, the tires could be fakes. api, the u.s.-based company that owns the pegasus brand, says it stopped using the chinese factory that made the tires three years ago. a letter from api's chief operating officer says, "many of our molds went missing. we have no idea who may have made these tires, nor what they put in them." "consumer reports"
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Dec 22, 2013 9:00am PST
to prevent an occurrence of helmet flooding. >>> china any's moon recover is on the move again after a restart friday. the rover started moving again after shutting down last weekend. the brick was supposed to last until monday but they decided to start it ahead of schedule. it will survey the surpass and substances and look for natural resources for three months. >>> technology helped one man stop a burglary at his home while he was in china. the long aland man set up a camera so he could monitor his house while he was gone. friday night he spotted someone inside, called police, and they arrived just in time to catch a woman running out of the house. police say when she was arrested, she was carrying one of those web camps that he had installed. >>> this morning a p. r. specialist at the center of a digital uproar is apologizing. friday before boarding a flight to south africa, the woman sent out a tweet about aids and race. but the time she landed, the tweet had gone global and she had been fired. here's abc news reporter gina with the story. >> this morning she is without a job.
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Jul 30, 2017 9:00am PDT
panda triplets. china held a huge celebration yesterday for the pandas' third birthday. at this age pandas show signs of aggressiveness and even this young, they weigh 330 pounds, so best not to get too close. >>> a show of force over the korean peninsula following the intercontinental ballist >>> and good morning. we're going to start this half hour with our weather with meteorologist lisa argen. oou you've been tracking an interesting pattern. heat on the way. >> from the golden gate bridge you'll notice that visibility is pretty poor. in fact, even some wipers needed here with mist and drizzle, but it is all going to clear, believe it or not. 56 san francisco, 58 in oakland, 65 in mountain view with some sun. from our east bay hills camera, the fog still in play here but we're going to see that sea breeze back off and that will allow for earlier clearing. 56 santa rosa, 64 concord and livermore. at 10:00, we've got about 70 in concord, 74 in hayward. already 64 in the city, and by 4:00 in the afternoon, more 90s by the delta, upper 70s along the bay, 83 in san jose. today is the
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Sep 4, 2016 9:00am PDT
richmond -- on a hunger strike in pennsylvania. >>> in china president obama is promising that america's relationship with great britain will continue, as always, even in the face of. leaders of the world's 20 largest economy, although they focused on climate change the president made sure he focused on assuring america's long-time partner of continued cooperation. >> despite, you know, the turbulence of political events over the last several months we have every intention to making sure that continues. >> the president's trip started on a sour note when air force one first landed there was no staircase. he had no use an alternative exit. there was also a verbal argument between a white house aid and chinese official with them yelling this is our country, this is our airport. >>> right now there are states of emergency. watches and warnings from virginia up to new england because of cyclone hermine. ginger reports that some of the areas in hermine's way are still recovering from hurricane sandy. >> reporter: overnight hermine spinning north, giant waves crash sboog the board wa-- crashin
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May 8, 2016 9:00am PDT
. >> thank you. developing news out of southeastern china. as many as 35 workers have been buried under rocks and mud following a landslide at a construction site. china's president is calling for maximum rescue efforts to find the workers. chinese officials say it's still unclear what caused the landslide, but the area at seen at least 8 inches of rain in the past few days. residents are being warned to weary of possible landslides brought on by heavy rain. >>> a fire in canada could take weeks to put out. it's forced nearly 100 be -- 100,000 people from their homes. it's destroyed 1600 structures. firefighters are facing dry and extremely windy conditions. >> voters in london have elected their first muslim mayor. he want in a landslide. he said he hopes to be a strong leader for all people. london conservatives ran on the campaign suggesting that he would weaken the city's security. >> suspected mexican drug lord el chapo is at a new prison closer to the united states. he was transferred from mexico city prison to another just across the border from el paso, texas. they said it
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Oct 18, 2015 9:00am PDT
for 99 bucks in amazon. it's not made in china. it. you want the mayor in your product launch, you better build it right here. >> we look forward to help the innovators manufacture in san jose. >> for her it made sense. san jose is her home. jonathan bloom, abc7 news. >>> there are billions of dollars in unclaimed property in the country. and some of it, could it belong to you? state governments are using more than $40 billion in unclaimed property to patch their budget holes. california has $28.5 million on its list. some of the money can come from paychecks people just simply forgot to cash. you can find out if you have unclaimed property by making a claim online and mailing it to the state. we have links to the site on abc7news.com. >>> still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, smartphones and sleep. it turns out our favorite gadgets may be to blame. the simple solution to this high-tech problem. and here's a live look from our emeryville camera. you see the low clouds. it's going to stay that way at least in san francisco. and below normal temperatures throughout the bay. fr
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Dec 21, 2014 9:00am PST
of political freedom in other countries like vietnam and china is evidence that the president's plan with cuba won't work. >>> happening today, demonstrators will gather in the east bay to protests violence by terrorist organizations. demonstrators from the afghan community plan to hold a rally to protest the killings of innocent civilians. it is planned for 1:00 in fremont. >> lower gas prices have combined to make it one. busiest travel seasons on record, nearly up 40% from last year. if you take a trip between december 23rd and january 4th. as gas prices continue to drop, a new watchdog committee has been set up to keep an eye out for suspicious price spikes in the new year. consumers union say some oil companies claim there's a hidden gas tax that's going take effect in the new year. but there is no such tax. what is taking effect is california's clean energy plan, which gives which gives reincentives to lower emissions on the fuels they sell. if they exceed their limit, they could pay a fine. consumers union wants to make sure all companies don't raise gas price toss cover those
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Nov 13, 2016 9:00am PST
from their website was planning to take their 40th anniversary tour to far-off places like china and cuba. >> in response to the election, we decided we have as much work to do at home as we would do abroad. >> the director rehearses with some of the members at their castro street office. ♪ >> the chorus is now planning to tour the red states instead. places like mississippi, alabama and tennessee, and visit communities faced with discrimination. >> we want to go to those places that are still strongholds of this style of discrimination and bigotry and bring our voice and encourage the people there with our music and also hopefully change some hearts and minds. >> the tour will begin in the summer of 2018, right before midterm elections. chorus members say their songs are a form of activism. singing together has helped them heal and they say the fierce many in the gay community fear about a trump energy. >> there was such a change in energy within the course when we started thinking about this. all of a sudden we were engaged, active, we were doing something. >> meanwhile on mi
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Feb 7, 2016 9:00am PST
followed the protesters closely. the march was peaceful. >> this morning china, germany and france among the nations condemning north korea's rocket launch. japan tv captured these images which appears to be from where the launching site is located. the united nations is now calling the launch a cover for a banned test of technology for a missile it could be aimed at the u.s. mainland. >> this is a picture of the north korea president signing the order for the launch. the u.n. will host an energy meeting today. >> president obama will be coming to the south bay next week. he will travel to the san jose area on wednesday and spend thursday attending several fundraising events for democratic candidates. you see him there with the warriors last week. the president will spend next weekend in palm springs and host a summit of southeastern asian nations. >> presidential candidates hillary clinton and senator bernie sanders will host a debate in the flint, michigan next month, according to the democratic national committee. you know that community has been in the headlines since it wassed
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Nov 2, 2014 9:00am PST
and the one in the outlet mall is a vinyl. that's made in china. the retail value also has a heel with better support. >> some things actually cost more at outlet stores. bottom line, some outlets offer bargains, but you have to shop carefully. there are more tips to the outlet shoppers. head to the back of the store first. you will find the biggest mark-down's there. and if an item is damaged, always ask for additional discount. consumer report shoppers got about 10% off every time they asked. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >>> the city of san jose is changing the rules for outdoor water usage to coincide with end of daylight savings time. beginning today it will be allowed in the morning at 10:00 a.m. and hand watering is allowed after 3:00 p.m. however, the sprinklers remain restricted to after 8:00 p.m. city officials say watering plants during the cooler hours means less water evaporates and the plants have more time to absorb the moisture. they emphasize, though, as we know, it's still important to conserve, and even when it rains. the state is dealing with an ongoing drough
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Jan 24, 2016 9:00am PST
ships include indonesia, vietnam, china, australia and russia. it leaves tomorrow night from san francisco and arrives at its first stop in hawaii next saturday. >> a lisa argen here now talking about a dry weather pattern for a few days. >> that's right. and for the most part we could see maybe a sprinkle in the north bay tomorrow. here's why. the cloud cover and a weak system to the north. we will see a mix ofs and sun today and it will dry out and warm up a little in the week ahead. we will talk about that and when the rain will come back. it's get to go the end of january. >> right. >> that's interesting. >> thank you, lisa. also next, a big celebration. cal remains undefeated at home. mike shumann has the highlights of the bears upset over 12th-ranked arizona with just your age, income, zip code,g for health insurance and the number of people in your household. information you probably know off the top of your head. enroll by january 31st to avoid the irs tax penalty. ♪ if you haven't checked out covered california in a while, we've got some new options that might interest
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Sep 26, 2016 9:00pm PDT
have been lost to mexico and china. >> i think that has been the core of his message in the entire campaign is really what brought in the first place the place in ojai oshtion india than a, michigan no longer any jobs. >> i think republicans here felt trump performed very well and they say he looked and sounded very presidential. now they also agree with trump when he said that hillary clinton has experience but he said it's the bad kind of experience. i'm live if san francisco, lee ann, abc 7 news. >>. >>reporter: thank you so much. now to the democrat contract they have a watch party at the holiday inn in san francisco. lillian is there for us. lillian? >>reporter: the viewing party was organized by the local hillary clinton campaign so room full of clinton supporters and volunteers. the party got off to bit of a rough start. there are issues with the satellite signal but after they were resolved and the debate really got going, the crowd became energize as one supporter put it clinton quote question. she was poised. prepared and unlike her opponent she answered the questions. ho
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Jul 19, 2015 9:00am PDT
able to take jobs back from china, jobs back from japan and mexico and everybody else that's ripping us off in trade. and everybody knows that. and i will win the hispanic vote. >> trump also says he's proud of introducing the issue of illegal immigration into the campaign, but did not address his earlier statements that illegal immigrants are racists. >>> still ahead on the abc 7 sunday morning news, fascinating 3d images of clouds and the technology that just might help us beat the drought. >>> and here is a live look from our san rafael camera. going to be muggy and warm today. maybe a thunderstorm. where and when? well, you'll have to wait for lisa. she's coming along in just a few. hey there fellow californians i know you're staying golden by managing your energy use... which means managing water too sfx: rawr especially during a drought. learn to save water, energy and money at energyupgradeca.org >>> covering daly city dublin, los gatos and all the bay area this is abc 7 news. >> more mosquitos in sonoma county have tested positive for the west nile virus. officials say the mo
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Oct 19, 2014 9:00am PDT
dry dock number 1 is headed to china for scrap. it was sold to a dutch company for one dollar. but the port is paying $3 million to deliver it. the dock was used to float and repair ships below the waterline. it was decommissioned some 15 years ago. it broke away from it's mooring back in 2002, ramming the island. >> residents in one union city neighborhood are on alert this morning after a mountain lion was spotted in their area. police had their guns drawn as they searched for the big cat yesterday afternoon after a group of women spotted it near a playground. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has the details from the union landing neighborhood. >> it was pretty long with a long tail and they knew it wasn't a cat, they knew it wasn't a golden retriever, they knew it was a mountain lion. >> reporter: gabriel and his wife and friends spotted the mountain lion around 1:30. it was there beyond a fence walk along old alameda creek. the women called police immediately. >> i just know they were out here with their rifles, and i thought they were looking here for someone with a pelle
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Aug 6, 2017 9:00am PDT
council's unanimous vote to impose additional sanctios on north korea, china and russia voted with us, very big financial impact. trump's new chief of staff is with him in bedminister. before boarding air force one, general john kelly gathered the white house staff, all of them now report to him. kelly's challenge, to impose order and discipline. >> this is -- i'm use ed to dealing with friction. >> reporter: one big problem, hiring a new communications director to clean up after anthony scaramucci. among the names floated this weekend, steven miller, the presidential adviser who last week seemed to suggest that the statue of liberty is not a beacon to immigrants, those huddled masses yearning to breathe free. >> the poem you're referring to was added later, not actually part of the original statue of liberty. >> reporter: having miller take over white house messaging would likely be controversial. david wright, abc 7 news, washington. >>> more now on the developments on sanctions against north korea. the u.s. diplomat for asia says the u.s. must keep an eye on china making sure it fully co
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Jan 10, 2016 9:00am PST
passport so we realize she might not have left. >> she was supposed to fly to china friday to begin an internship in beijing but she never boarded her flight. >>> no one is $949.8 million richer this morning. the power ball jackpot now stands at $1.3 billion with an estimated cash value of $806 million. six tickets sold in california matched five of the six numbers, including one at the 711 on central avenue in fremont. here are those all-important numbers. abc7 news reporter has more. it will be a world record jackpot on wednesday. >> not what people wanted to hear tonight. >> the story of my life.-3 at red hill convenience store, people came in after 8:00 to have their lottery tickets scanned and checked. >>> this one for sure did not win. >> the line was crazy. >> there was a line all the way down the aisle. almost to the back there. yeah, we actually had to separate two lines, one strictly for lottery purchases, the other one for everthing else. >> cashier marco sandoval couldn't help but join in the hype. he bought a ticket for himself. turned out he and a couple other customers a
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May 31, 2015 9:00am PDT
pacific began its journey yesterday. the solar plane took off from china and will arrive in hawaii about five days. the plane is flying around the world without using a single drop of fuel. it can fly without fuel because of the 1300 pounds of batteries on its wings. after hawaii it will continue to fly across the united states and wrapping up its trip in july. >> preparations for n.a.s.a.'s next mission to mars is underway. right now scientists are testing their inside lander in extreme temperatures and atmosphere pressure. it will be launched from vandenberg air force base in march of 2016 and take about six month toss reach mars >> happening today, a community meeting in a small marin county town where there's a conflict of interest between expressions and protecting the environment. >> a marin county community so traditionally recluse they've even the road into town has no sign to mark it. the way is looked recently, it looks like that's the only thing unmarked spot around here. >> it's shocking that it's something this damaging. >> the graffiti on private property began showin
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Jun 26, 2016 9:00am PDT
? you watch too many movies. who? a small business in china. a business? they work nine to five. they take lunch hours. like a job? like a job. we tracked them. how did we do that? we have some new guys defending our network. new guys? well, they're not that new. they've been defending things for a long time. [ digital typewriting ] it's not just security. it's defense. bae systems. >> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, june 26th. let's start off with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist frances dinglasan, in for lisa argen. good morning >> good morning, carolyn against morning, everyone. it's going to be so nice out there. i didn't even bring a jacket and i headed to work at 3:00 this morning. live doppler hd is picking up clouds along the coast. they are trying to fight their way in. as you see with this live shot. we are looking toward sutro tower and, yes! we can see the pink triangle now. oakland 62. mountain view 66. san jose already warm at 67. morgan hill 65. half moon bay still cool and cloudy 54 °. you see some o
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Sep 3, 2017 9:00am PDT
embarrassment to china, which is trying to help but with little success. south korea is finding their talk of appeasement with north korea will not work. they only understand one thing. >>> u.s. agents made a thorough inspection of the russian consulate in san francisco after diplomats packed up and moved out this weekend. russia's ministry of foreign affairs posted video of the inspection on facebook and twitter. the russians were not happy the trump administration kicked them out of the san francisco consulate and two others in the country. yesterday russian leaders told a u.s. diplomat in moscow the searches could be used to, quote, plant compromising objects. the u.s. state department allowed russian embassy personnel to walk along as it conducted the inspections. abc 7 news was outside the consulate to see an agent from the u.s. state department's bureau of diplomatic security keeping watch. russia promised to reciprocate for what it calls gross violations. >>> now to our other top story, the heat wave in san francisco, people are trying to escape the heat this weekend in the shade or at
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Sep 6, 2015 9:00am PDT
his stuff. he promised the nation of manila another championship. he's now in china to visit three cities, promoting his new under armour shoes, the jury he 2. much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. hillary clinton going after her republican rivals. how she's trying to refocus her campaign with the growing controversy over her use of personal e-mails. also, these are not bracelets or bicycle chains. the latest advance in fixing broken ribs. find out how they work without all choose, choose, choose. but at bedtime? ...why settle for this? enter sleep number... right now all beds are on sale. sleepiq technology tells you how well you slept and what adjustments you can make. you like the bed soft. he's more hardcore. so your sleep goes from good to great to wow! only at a sleep number store. right now save 50% on the labor day limited edition bed, plus 24-month special financing. hurry ends monday! know better sleep with sleep number. >> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour with a look at our weather with frances dinglasan, in for lisa argen. >> hi care lip
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Jun 29, 2014 9:00am PDT
a historic visit to gay pride in china. >> they look to us because of our experience and knowledge with lgbt history and activism and fundraising. all things that are relatively new to that community. it was shanghai's sixth pride celebration. and the documentary is on the sisters of perpetualism indulgence. abc7 news. the parade begins this morning at 10:30 at beale and market. ends the civic center plaza. drivers might want to avoid the area because there will be a number of street closers and a lot of people. bart is running longer trains today. muni lines on market will be rerouted to mission street. >> and the pink triangle went up. that was yesterday morning on twin peaks. since 1985 it has made an annual appearance. it has been adopted by the gay community as a symbol of pride and remembrance. >> there's been a huge pot bust in bay county. on tuesday and wednesday of last week the narcotics task force found and destroyed more than 38,000 marijuana plants. the sheriff's department sent us these pictures. the plants were growing in corn fields and vacant lots. >>> a man under
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Sep 21, 2014 9:00am PDT
in ancient china. the race will start again at treasure island at -- well, it did start at 8:00 this morning. the folks were out there yesterday as well. admission and parking are free and it runs until 5:00 tonight. >>> all right. lisa argen took part in that one year. >> i think it was 1996. yeah. anyway, good time on the water with sunshine on the way. but take a look at lake tahoe where not only is it cloudy but it's smoky. they are socked in with smoke there. 56 degrees and the winds are calm. we're being looking at maybe more showers and thunderstorms. much better news back home but we're going to have some rain, too. i'll have that in the seven-day outlook coming up. >> thank you, lisa. >>> a wild day down in the desert. you won't believe the ending. the highlights are a broader mix of energies, world needs which is why we are supplying natural gas, to generate cleaner electricity, that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal. and why with our partner in brazil, we are producing a biofuel made from renewable sugarcane to fuel cars. let's broaden the world's energy mix, le
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Oct 19, 2016 9:00pm PDT
a south bay reporter has the story. >> reporter: it's known as the netflix of china, streaming movies online and streaming original film, and is attempting to launch its u.s. presence with ambitions to be a room with a wide range of products from wide screen tvs, phones, and vehicles. to reach the goal, it's moving from beijing to this building in north san jose. it purchased the land from yahoo!. it's getting buzz because it plans to create 12,000 jobs. its website lists 25 pages of technical jobs. with the wide range of jobs, it's taking on tech giants like apple and tesla, and those companies have challenges competing for talent. angela jo has been rerouting employees for a quarter century. >> for a company that's not really been recognized and is very new to the area, they are really going to have to do a lot of promoting to make sure they get themselves heard in the marketplace. >> reporter: that seems to be the strategy behind the high profile launch with videos to show off the products and job applicants seem to be interested. >> might not have the name or a big name or
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Mar 20, 2016 9:00am PDT
conspiracy. five young women, mostly from china, were rescued and taken to a women's shelter. two clients, middle-aged men who were visiting the brothels during the raid, were also arrested. >> this was very sophisticated as far as the operation portion of it and arranging diffferent locations. >> the locations included sam mateo, hayward and san leandro. police say the apartments were stashed with condoms and suitcases filled with lingerie, the bedrooms had mattresses on the floor and incense. >> it is very surprising. s this is more of an upscale building. >> you also think you are living in a nice area, an upscale building. a security building. it's concerning because how did they get in and out of the building? >> this investigation could lead to more arrests and more victims. in dublin, i'm leslie brinkley, abc7 news. >>> in san jose a car went out of control and slammed into a about building and a garage. it happened yesterday afternoon on miles court. the neighbor said it came been five feat from where he was standing. >> i heard a car revving up and i was getting out of my car. i
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May 11, 2014 9:00am PDT
18 people have died after a wall collapsed at a recycling plant in eastern china. three others were hurt. preliminary reports suggest heavy rains may have caused the wall to crush a house for workers where 40 people were gathered. china's eastern coastal and southern regions have been drenched my heavy rains in recent days. >>> voters have gone to the polls in -- voters have gone to the polls in two regions of eastern ukraine to decide on referendums declaring sovereignty. the ref republican budget proposal dumps are conduct bid pro russian insurgents and they are not regarded as legitimate by the west. the vote comes as both germany and france are refreshing the russian president, vladimir putin, to do more to calm the situation. in the bay area there was a unity rally and a march across golden gate bridge. the group called to an end to violence in the country and in their words urged people to stand up against putin. >>> happening today a group of homeless mothers in the bay area are getting the royal treatment in san francisco. it's all part of the 20th annual mother's day brunch
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Mar 9, 2014 9:00am PDT
of the south china sea, locator beacons pinging for a month or so. >> it's a little over 600 feet so that means they will be able to find it. that's not a terrible depth of thousands of feet or a rough bottom that would make a major problem out of this. >> reporter: the black boxes are critical in another high profile disappearance air france 447 the black boxes provided the answers to why that jet fell out of the sky. some are asking whether all that data from these jets should be beamed back to land rather than stored on those black boxes. this morning, the search and rescue crews are looking for wreckage so they can start listening for the locator pings from those all-important recorders. david curley, abc news, washington. >>> new details investigators say a san francisco firefighter lied about the circumstances surrounding the death of a teenager who was run over and killed by a fire department rig following the crash of asiana flight at sfo. alyse ducket claims her rig did not run over the 15-year-old, contradict videos shown in helmet cam footage. duck ett said she could no
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Apr 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
that they can restore their presence. you know, their material has to come from india and china. they aren't going to be able to snap finishing speakers get back in business. >> no injuries were reported. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. the fire also caused amtrak train service to stop for a while. these pictures are people waiting at the emeryville station. all trains were first stopped at the jackson station. the trains were stopped because hoses were running across the tracks. the fire also led to power outages nearby. when the fire was at its worst, power was out to 1500 customers. pg&e said the fire department asked him it shut down power in the area. you see parks fly when transformers blew. power is back on to the majority of customers. >>> three people are suffering from injuries after the car they were riding in slammed into a tree in san jose. happened on sun crest avenue just after 1:00 in the morning. two people were trapped inside the car. jaws were life were called in to get the people out. a total of three people were injured. authorities say th
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Nov 10, 2013 9:00am PST
winds about 100 miles an hour. it will continue to weaken quickly. here it is the south china see and continuing to push to the north. northeast about 17 miles an hour. it's within the next six to eight hours it will be at 64 miles an hour as a tropical storm. by the later evening hours just kind of dissipate. lots of trouble here and we will be looking at much calmer conditions been the day here. the calm, high pressure is allowing for the sunny afternoon. the temperatures just about normal. but we do have a cold front you will notice to the north and west of us. it wants to bring in some moisture, but take a look what happens. we will go through the next couple of hours. we have our sunshine today, fog at the coast, more fog tomorrow. it looks impressive, right? look what happens as it moved in. still rain in the north bay, about a tenth inch, but 9:00, 10:00, it's gone. maybe a tenth inch. that's about it. peninsula 64 today. san mateo. san francisco nice afternoon at 64. up in the north bay a little milder near 70 santa rosa, 68 vallejo and more 60s for you in the east bay. no
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Aug 9, 2015 9:00am PDT
are dead or missing in taiwan and mainland china from a typhoon. it's powerful winds ripped down trees and traffic lights and left twisted metal everywhere. more than four feet of rain fell in some areas, flooding streets and causing mudslides. more than 1 million people are without power. hundreds of flights have been cancelled. >>> the prime minister of japan is vowing to do everything he can to prevent the introduction of atomic weapons into his country. today is the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of nagasaki. a large crowd gathered in the city to pray for peace. nagasaki was the second and last city to experience an atomic bombing august 9, 1945. hiroshima was the first, three days earlier. most military experts agree the bombings helped shorten world war ii in the pacific by several months. >>> san francisco is one of 26 cities worldwide holding rallies today against atomic weapons. the group global zero will hold a rally at 3:30 at dolores park. demonstrators, bicyclists and the public will participate by cycling the equivalent of the circumference of a small nuclea
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Nov 16, 2014 9:00am PST
are soon headed to tables in china. the abundance of crabs seems to be happening despite new crab pot limits by the state. 175 to 500 per boat. after a long 48 hours at sea the quest for more crabs begins again sunday. at least for bobby. but for now, at least, we are happy, my wife is going to be happy, my daughter. just kind of tired. >> crab season runs through next june. in san francisco, cornell barnard, abc7 news. >> we are all getting hungry up here now. a little bit of crab. >> that. you know what? we are looking at a pretty good seven-day outlook in terms of some rainfall. you probably heard it before, but we will try again. how is that? live doppler 7hd showing some green on the screen. but this is just moisture in the upper levels of the atmosphere pushing into some very, very try air. it's going to take several days for us to have the incoming first weather system. as for today, we have some mild temperatures, some cooler spots, and a lot of high clouds, which are pushing in and will stay with us throughout the day today. but we have an offshore flow and that will keep
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Jun 19, 2016 9:00am PDT
today for a look inside disney's first resort on mainland china. they combined disney imagine wick the beauty of chinese art and tradition. your inside look airs at 3:00 p.m. here on i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto® and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, i had to deal with that blood testing routine. i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way. yeah, treatment with xarelto®. hey, safety first. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto® without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more easily and it may
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Nov 17, 2013 9:00am PST
2 million people displaced. the u.s. has already delivered some 623,000 pounds of supplies. china has just agreed to send a medical team and two million dollars in aid. the philippines president says he's going to camp out in tacloban, the city hardest hit. he plans to stay until enough aid arrives. he has been facing harsh criticism over his administration's disaster readiness and response. here in the bay area hundreds of people with ties to the region gathered last night to share stories and information. abc7 news reporter lisa has the story. you will see this only on abc7 news. >> welcome to all of us with families and friends affected by the typhoon. >> everyone at this special mass at the church has two things in common. most are from the tacloban region of the philippines and they have all been impacted by the typhoon. >> my family is across the ocean. >> tales of loss and sorrow fill this church because what many call their home doesn't look like their childhood memories. this woman lost her sister and -- two sisters in law and niece in the typhoon. her grief is overwhelmi
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Dec 8, 2013 9:00am PST
skiers. china peek got snow for it's season opening. >> united airline officials have some explaining to do after a passenger got locked on a plane. friday night tom wagner woke up in a dark, cold cabin at a united express plane in houston. he had taken a nap on a flight from louisiana and somehow crewmembers missed him in their walk-through at the end of the flight. >> what about a medical condition or something, what about a heart attack and i was dead? you just shut the plane and leave somebody on there? that's the way i look at it. >> wagner called his girlfriend, who was able to reach the airplane and the crews eventually let him out. united express said they are investigating the incident and gave wagner a $250 voucher. >>> in the u.s. alone thousands will take to the skies this month and many travelers will also be carrying on their germs. here's abc news reporter david wright on how to avoid the dreaded airplane bugs. >> one of the busiest times of the year for travel also happens to be cold and flu season. travelers are higher at risk. more than 20% more likely to catch somet
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Jan 3, 2016 9:00am PST
the shoreline rocks at china camp state park. >> a little unnerving there. >> a little bit. >> he said the seas were rough early saturday and the winds were fierce. >> a 15 knots. a little rough. blew it up there real fast. >> you try to figure out how to get it to hold, but it wasn't holding. tried too keep it out of the rocks, but it wasn't happening. >> the captain radioed for help before running aground, but both men made it to safety. park rangers say bay waters can be treacherous. >> you can sink a boat. it's easy to think about the waves. this is when we normally have most of our problems. even though it's an outgoing tide, the vessel was being blown into shore. >> the vessel probably ran out of gas. the fiberglass hull prevented an oil leak. officials will monitor the boat for any changes. meantime the fishing trip wasn't a total loss. >> i did catch one fish, so that was cool, and i saved it. . [laughter] >> now the u.s. coast guard said the boat is still on the rocks but now has a hole in the bow. at this point the officials say there's no threat to the environment. a sa
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Jan 12, 2014 9:00am PST
from china. >> everyone wants to see lombard. known as the crookedest street in the world. >> it's very historic and a landmark. >> this is a slow period during the off-season. residents say multiply this by hundreds to see what they experience every day during the spring and summer. >> taxis and buses and this is the first attraction that people come to san francisco, they come here. >> residents say in the last few years there has been an explosion of tourists. it's overwhelming. >> we are not equipped to be a tourist attraction like the golden gate bridge or union square. we have no facilities for the people, we have no security. >> san franciscans who live near the painted lady were able to ban tourists from their neighborhood. they are already off-limits on lombard and the streets that cross it, and further restrictions concern the president of extranomical tours. >> as the city becomes less tourist friendly, there will be less people that will want to come to san francisco. >> supervisor mark feral is hoping to strike a balance. he's asking the city attorney to explore option
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Apr 16, 2017 9:00pm PDT
quote >> they are they are the only ally that north korea has. >> president trump seems to agree saying why would i call china a currency manipulator
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Apr 6, 2017 9:00pm PDT
attorney is concerned li who has deep connections in china is a flight risk. he asked for no bail as part of lee's release conditions, she'll wear an electronic device. 15 to 20 family members put up their property for bail. >> they think she's going to return to court. >> she will not return to her home because she's receiving death threats. she'll be in a, quote, modest condo. >> you cannot beat the view from a thousand feet off. the capping ceremony that aanoints the tallest building west of chicago and it's right here. a sign reads access closed. the california coastal commission is telling abc7 news that it is concerned. we'll explain why. >>> meteorologist sandhya patel tracking the why are you deleting these photos? because my teeth are yellow. why don't you use a whitening toothpaste? i'm afraid it's bad for my teeth. try crest 3d white. crest 3d white diamond strong toothpaste and rinse... ...gently whiten... ...and fortify weak spots. use together for 2 times stronger enamel. crest 3d white. new pantene doesn't just wash i wiyour hair, it fuels it.gain. making every strand
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Sep 23, 2016 9:00pm PDT
in china town where the firefighters once worked. >> fire chief mince no words when she talked about the investigation into charges that a female firefighters had been harassed at the fire station two in china toychbility the there were findings of had a raments. obviously we don't tolerate. >>reporter: the investigation was conducted by the city department of human resources. in a letter to chief director went further. station 2 was hostile and challenging for feel mail. the probe supports the victim claims that she found feces on the bathroom floor and urine on the bed. the the allegations are untrue. >> the same source admits there was a alcohol at of intimidation against the woman not because of her gender but because they say she was having an affair with a member of the station command staff. an affair becoming increasingly messy. for everyone t.the chief shung command staff at station two. she removed all 10 officers including battalion chief. >> i don't think it has been done in my career. to take all the supervision out of the station. one step at a time. so far no one suspe
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Feb 8, 2016 9:00pm PST
celebration in china town]!dÑ he acknowledgh not every downtown business did well. >> we'll look at what businesses did suffer. why they did. >> restaurants had this advice for the mayor and other city officials the. >> maybe send down a superbowl liaison to actually instruct us a little bit more how we conduct our business and how it's possibly going to affect us. >> that's if san francisco decides to host another superbowl. something the city is already considering. in san francisco, lee ann, abc 7 news. >>> dates have been set for 5 day strike at all 23 campus. union leaders voted over the weekend for walk out to be held from april 13 to the 15th an april 18 to the 19th if no contract agreement is reached. members want 5 percent salary increase for 25,000 workers. university has offered 2%. >>> stay with us.v more aheadre4 on 7 this night. cominguñ$u(. new d%b!ils tonight in a deadly the people in thexx car left the nfl experience. >>> spring like weather had people doing some very springr like things.d sandhya will be right back with a full forecast for the rest of the week by t
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Feb 19, 2017 9:00pm PST
china and lego bettman. >>> in honor of black history month we are using our abc7 news bay area instagram feed to recognize people making a difference where you live. today we recognize pastor raymond langford pictured in the center there. he founded voices of hope community church. and >>> tonight on abc7 news at 11:00 meteorologist drew tuma is tracking the storm moving into the bay area on live doppler 7. we have live team coverage. >>> and uber facing allegations of sexual assault at the company's san francisco office. a quick response from the ceo. >>> the most expensive movie ever made in china made its north american debut this weekend. the great wall didn't have an impressive opening weekend here. the action flick missed the number one spot. that honor goes to the lego birthday batman movie at $34 million. 50 shades darker holds on at number two. the great wall was third with $18 million in tickets. john wick, chapter 2, and fistfight round out the top five. final holiday weekend becomes office numberso are out on tuesday. >>> speaking of movies, watch the oscars live on
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Aug 25, 2015 9:00pm PDT
fear of domino effect from china weakening economy. >> if china economy slows down their people will start demanding less and less of the product that we make here. that's bad for u.s. jobs but overnight chinese regulators stepped in with emergency measures including lowered interest rates and while it didn't stop the free fall in chinese market it helped send stock to europe soaring. >> still plenty of uncertainty to make people nervous, sell off a little bit of panic selling beyond what is necessary. strap in for a bumpy ride. >> but experts say this volatility could actually be a good thing for anyone wanting to buy a home, car or credit card. that's because its it could delight federal reserve from raising interest rates keeping borrowing cheaper. this is abc news new york stomp stock exchange. >> the former archbishop of san francisco today issued a statement following his arrest for drunk driving in hawaii. 79-year-old william the vine shown here in a police mug shot picked up last week on the big island where he was on vacatio vacation. he was the san francisco archbishop
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Aug 7, 2015 9:00pm PDT
this picture of giant storm today. look at that. it moves toward china 8. neal is on the story. >> the typhoon barreling in with the fewer of category 3 hurricane as strong as hurricane katrina. the military on alert. rushing people to safety. we were with soldiers as they evacuate add small mountain village including some who couldn't make it out on their own. >> concern isn't just the rain and small ville annuals leak this one. very worried about these mountains and there is so much rain coming down that there could be devastating mud slides. >>reporter: we watched as emergency crew spent hours trying to clear local beaches of onlookers even family here to see the typhoon fewer up close. camera rolling as 1 girl rescued after being swept away in choppy water. 2 others are reported dead and one missing. about. >> this is after day break here and already jersey in downtown from flying debris along the coast they get hammered rate now. likely even worse. these high winds expected to continue for several more hours here at least. fight that's the dust celts after the last debate
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Jun 3, 2016 9:00pm PDT
off that lasted for hours in san francisco china town has ended with the suspect in custody. man was holed up for 5 hours in an apartment police say he broke in to near keys alley off pacific avenue in powell stree street. 6 police officers were hurt in the struggle to arrest him. here's vic lee. >> s.w.a.t. team members converge on the 900 block of pacific avenue in china town. to this apartment building. this is an aerial view from sky 7 hd. earlier patrol officers had reresponsibleed to a 911 call from a resident that a burglary was in progress. man was still inside police say the to the apartment unit through the roof. he barricaded himself in the kitchen. he fires a shot. >>here was a shot fired not from an officer it was from the suspect. so now we deal with burglar. >> they retreat with the residents. they rushed over. those adjacent buildings were ordered to leave. others were told to shelter in place. the standoff continued into the fifth hour. crowds gather. >> really shocking. because born and raised in china town here and safe neighborhood. >> then flash bang. s.w.a.t
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Aug 14, 2015 9:00pm PDT
the disaster in china update the search for survivors after that massive blast. also state fair politic. candidate for president shows up for votes and hot dog in iowa. >> and saved by suri. young man says apple personal assistant literally saved his life. stay with with me. life. stay with with me. another half hour 7 news >> good evening once again. we start this half hour over sea ins china and the your honor interest search for survivors after wednesday massive explosion. one man was pulled out alive today but the death toll has risen now to 85 including at least 21 firefighters. several of them still missing. bob woodruff is on the scene. >> oh, my gosh. >> tonight the man who shot those powerful image taking us upstairs. over somewhat evidence glass. to the roof where he witnessed it all. >> whole sky turn yellow. >> one explosion after another. then the sky turns white. seconds later enormous blast. >> let's go down. >> i thought it looked like a nuclear bomb going off in my face and felt like that. it blew us back. >>reporter: this morning in the charred landscape a 19-y
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Jun 22, 2017 9:00pm PDT
with another teenager and an adult when she went off the trail and fell. they rushed her to china beach. unfortunately they were not able to revive her. abc 7 news reporter is on the scene and will have a live report on abc 7 news at 11:00. in the meantime you can follow her on twitter for up to the minute information. good evening. thank you for joining us. omau dates is off. we'll start now with the weather. the bay area's natural air conditioning has finally kicked in. bringing some relief and it's already lowering temperatures along the coast and a live picture out towards the pacific ocean. and let's check in with abc 7 news meteorologist. >> take a look at live doppler 7. it has not only rolled in along the coast but as i take you in closer, it's pushed its way across parts of the bay up towards the vallejo area. so hthat obviously is bringing relief. it was sweltering heat inland, 106 livermore, fair field. half moon bay, 66 degrees. we do have a heat advisory that will start right now. it runs until 9:00 p.m. tomorrow. notice it's only the inland east bay. we've had a prol
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Aug 28, 2017 9:00pm PDT
lake tahoe ski resort has set its site on a new market, china. they want to draw in more visiting skiers. the partnership is with one of the biggest outdoor retailers in china that else is shoes, tents, backpacks among many other things. now it will start to promote squaw valley as a skiing destination. the number of skiers in china went from 200,000 to more than 12 million in just 15 years. >> wow. >> our continuing conch o coverage of hurricane harry continues with a dire prediction. why this megastorm could be a warning of worse ones to come. >> a familiar problem to people who live in texas. the bugs that even the floodwaters couldn't wipe out. >> and you might be hearing that noise more often because rodent infestations are on the rice. this is the new comfort food. grown right here in california, with absolutely no antibiotics ever. a better way to grow, a better way to eat. and it starts with foster farms simply raised chicken. california grown with no antibiotics ever. >>> live where you live. this is abc7 news. >>> good evening once again. the city of houston is paralyzed
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Jul 24, 2017 9:00pm PDT
-old kid taking swings at the coliseum. >> after china clay captivated social media, steph curry now making a splash across the globe. a more subdued fashion on his third consecutive promotional tour. year after year he goes back with underarmor in china. spent the day in sheng du. curry has one more city to visit in china before jetting off to south korea. he tries to make the most of every stop. >> going to a different city or trying to hit different cities every time we come and get different experiences and reach as many fans as possible. it's been a really cool experience. they are quick trips but we try to do a better job of understanding the chinese culture and understanding what that means. >> meanwhile, kevin durant in new york has part of his charity. his initiative called it build it and they will ball which renovates and refurbishes basketball courts in underserved communities. this is his first one in new york. >> i'm trying to get out and let people know how much the game of basketball has meant to me and the values it taught me as a young man. you know, to get the ener
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Oct 2, 2017 9:00pm PDT
is? >> in china with the warriors. and they'll have a new quarterback on deck as give your boring old breakfast a wake up call. jack's two dollar breakfast pockets get a grilled pocket filled with your choice of ham or sausage, freshly cracked eggs and two melty cheeses. but if you snooze, you'll lose out on this deal. jack's $2 breakfast pockets. new from jack in the box. for just two bucks, get a forgrilled pocketh. filled with your choice of ham, or sausage, freshly cracked eggs, and two melted cheeses. jack's breakfast pockets, each for just two bucks. only from jack in the box. >>> sports director larry beal traveling with the warriors in china as they face minnesota for two preseason games. after a 14 hour flight the team changed their plans on day one already. after a 14-hour flight that covered approximateply 7,000 miles, we arrive said ibchina on the warriors private charter monday night. the original itinry called for the dubs to land and go straight to practice but because of a delay in taking off, the warriors opted for a plan b, which was dinner and sleep. sleep for l
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Jun 25, 2016 9:00pm PDT
. >> illegal fireworks also come in from arizona, china, and mexico. online sales were going as well especially on craigslist. >>> coming up next on abc 7 news at 9:00, what to expect tomorrow if you're headed into the city for the parade. meteorologist lisa archer is up next with the forecast. >>> and i'm rick quan, coming up in sports, u.s. places columbia. and madison crystal geyser alpine spring water to you from us crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. >>> nice evening out there, let's find out if that's the way it's going to stay. here's lisa archer. >> hey eric, the upper levels to the atmosphere hadderly wind today, temperatures were from 5 to 13 degrees in spots. still reporting clear skies. as that widens. take a look all the way up through the specific northwest and canada. we have a huge dome of high pressure that's really going to stick around california and the western third of the nation. four in the next three or four days. then it breaks down, then the pattern change. between now and then, we still have good temperature spread, 20, 23 degrees at this
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