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Nov 10, 2014 6:00am PST
series victory. >>> president obama is opening a three country tour with a stop in china. he arrived in beijing and spoke at 9 economic cooperation summit. he announced an expansion to the china visa programs for one year to five years and 10 years for are business people and tourists. he said china should not be concerned about united states interest in asia. >> we welcome a prosperous and stable china. recently, the united states has worked to help integrate china into the economy. it is in china's pest interest and the world's best interest. if china and the united states can work together, the world benefits. >> the president will meet with chinese president before flying to myamar. >> and what he wore is getting tax this morning. the president arrived at the summit in style, wearing a purple silk jacket over black shirt and pants. it is plan for world leaders to address in the traditional clothing of the host nation. >> here is a photo of president george w. bush wearing a silk tunic in 2006 when he attended when it was hosted in vietnam. >> some wore gold the color of emperors. >>
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Jun 10, 2017 6:00am PDT
think that's possible. >> governor brown praised germany and china for working with states in the united states to help combat climate change. he was asked if he tried to persuade the president to stay in the paris accord. >> i haven't talked to mr. trump since i was the mayor of oak, looking for a casino for economic growth. >> germany's environmental minister says she believes the u.s. will retake its role as the global leader on climate change in the future. >>> an oak teenager who is battling cancer got to do something incredible yesterday. he graduated from high school. as ac 7 explains the young man is a warrior in every sense of the word. >> here it is! the one and only. >> reporter: darryl aikens arrived to a hero's welcome and says he's amazed. the former football player hasn't been to school in a while. in fact, he was told this day might never come. >> this is a dream come true. >> reporter: he has leukemia, even after a bone marrow transplant last spring. doctors told him he has only months to live. >> they said he wouldn't be here. he's here. >> reporter: proving aike
ABC
Mar 23, 2014 6:00am PDT
disappeared more than two weeks ago. the new satellite image released by china is offering new hope that wreckage from flight 370 could be in the indian ocean. abc news reporter has the latest. >> reporter: as the search for flight 370 enters the third week, enter another possible lead. >> the chinese have received an image of floating materials in the southern part and they will be sending ships to verify. >> the hazy image seems to show a large object, 73 feet by 42 feet, on the surface of the water in the indian ocean search field. it was taken about 75 miles south of where another satellite captured these two objects, which are the targets of a massive pursuit. the problem in both cases, a laying time of several days when the pictures were taken and when the pictures were released. >> the objects have likely moved a significant distance as a result of currents and winds. it's possible they have just drifted to the bottom of the ocean bed. >> which may explain why the intense search set off by the first photo ended in a third day of failure. >> we don't have evidence of any wreck
ABC
Aug 24, 2015 6:00am PDT
china's economy is slowing and interest rates in the united states could rise. the dow was down a thousand points last week marking the worst week since 2011 and apple stock is trading below $100 a share and analysts have been warning of a market correction after months of record highs around the globe coming up at 6:45 we go thes no dark for the money report in new york city. >> three young northern california men were honored this morning in paris for taking down an armed man on a passenger train in belgium. french president hollande pinned the top honor on all three men early this morning. hollande said spencer zone, alek skarlatos and anthony sadler shows bravery of the stone was injured but he helped another injured passenger. >> he was pleading. i does not it was that bad. i saw he was squirting blood from his neck and i was going to use my shirt but i realized that would not work and i stuck two fingers in the home and found what i thought to be the artery and pushes it down and the pleading stops and i said, thank god and that position until the paramedics got there. >> se
ABC
Oct 27, 2015 6:00am PDT
in pakistan. the prof insurance border -- province borders pakistan and china. the terrain is rough. the white house is ready to offer assistance. >> there are a number of emergency shelter and relief supply kits in warehouses throughout afghanistan. in pakistan, we have exiting partners ready to respond. >> thousands of people were injured in the, and helicopters are used to get supplies to theisms stuck in remote areas. >> san jose had the 24th whom tide of the year. 34-year-old michael arcega was an up and coming real estate agent going out to celebrate after signing his first listing. neighbors heard three gunshots they believe that hit michael arcega sanding outside the lu beer club. >> a small man. a big heart. quit witnessed. i loved to see hit in the morning. >> other neighbors say there have been more fights since the club opened six months ago. michael arcega's death is the 24th whom tide of the year. >> we know the names of two monday shot in livermore. 32-year-old jose slot and benit sunday night. jason aer brown is a gunman. brown is wanted for murder in fresno and inve
ABC
Dec 3, 2016 6:00am PST
has details. >> china, i promise, will be really, really mad. >> the robert wood is a professor of strategic management and global business at san jose state university. he said by talking to taiwan, president-elect trump is sending a message to china. >> what he is clearly saying is we are going to have a different relationship than we've had through republicans and democrats since 1979. >> that's the year the united states broke diplomatic ties with taiwan. some agree, this is mr. trump setting himself apart. >> china is the second largest economy in the world, the major security competitor, and making them happy is probably not his priority. >> he said the president of taiwan called me to wish me congratulations on winning the presidency. an east bay congressman is not concerned with who called who. >> november 19th the trump organization was in taiwan trying to close a real estate deal. here we have not only the issue of international diplomacy going on, but you also have that issue of are there conflicts here. >> despite a lack of diplomacy, the u.s. has maintained a security
ABC
Feb 10, 2017 6:00am PST
standed one china policy. he affirmed to the chinese spotlight that the u.s. would honor the policy which considers china and taiwan both inalienable parts of a single china. nerves were rattled right after he was elected when the president had a call with taiwan's president, something no u.s. leader had done in decades. at the time, china warned the president that the one china policy was nonnegotiable. >>> now a live desk update with jessica castro. >>> i'm tracking big news coming into our live desk. a huge progressive change for the grammys, for the first time ever, a transgender woman will be a trophy presenter. and here she is on the left. her name is martina. there's also a man in the mix for the first time for the so-called trophy girls. they're the ones that bring the trophy to the winner. they usually go unnoticed but not this year. this year, we should call them trophy people. the grammys are this weekend in los angeles. >>> those people are gorgeous. they would never go unnoticed by me, okay? thank you, jess. >>> despite losing the backing of casino magnate sheldon adelson and
ABC
Jul 3, 2017 6:00am PDT
trump laying groundwork for the g20 summit in germany. he called leaders of china and japan. he spoke with china about the threats posed by north korea's nuclear and ballistic programs and spoke to jean about working with south korea to put pressure on south korea to end their nuclear program. >>> in china two people have died and another is missing in the guangdong province. a huge rainstorm is triggering raging flood waters. the flood stranded d residents and tourists near a nature preserve s. more than 300 rescuers found 80 people. a search and rescue operation is still looking for one missing person. more heavy rain expected in the next few days. >>> a wildfire forced man evacuations in alcohcentral california. 70 miles north of fresno. flames jumped across the highway. it forced officials to close part of the highway and issue evacuation orders for nearby homes. the fire has burned 225 acres and is only 10% contained. >>> the suspect in a friday night crash that climbed the lives of two boys in concord is facing several charges this morning. 35-year-old lemuel wilson jr. ran from
ABC
Sep 1, 2015 6:00am PDT
going on, not so bad as last week down 2 sent points and we have been down 350, and china, the main reason with manufacturing there slowing down in china with the numbers overnight showing a global sell off on worries of china and how the economy is doing and how it could slow down. it is a beautiful day for bono who can add billionaire to list of accomplishments, edging out beats paul mccar third as the world's richest pop star and now has made more money off face book than ever in the music industry. "los angeles times" said amazon is testing what it calls farmers market direct a program partnership with fresh nation that conducts farmer and vendors with consumers and is advertised as delivering baskets fresh produce hours after being harvested and is differented now in southern california. and in california, one of the leftest states in the nation with healthy behaviors with 10 percent only smoke, and have markets and medical care are highly abscessible to residents. this is according to wall street, 24/7. that is the news from wall street. >> another roller coaster ride on the d
ABC
Nov 18, 2014 6:00am PST
out. >> tires from china can cause far less and better known brands and "consumer reports" included three of these tires in recent tests and found they are no bargain. they did not earn high scores for performance and one could actually be a counterfeit. >> tires are expensive. "consumer reports" recommends they cause $150 each so this $100 tire from china seemed like a bargain. what "consumer reports" put a southwest the tires through standard tests, they came in at the bottom the rating. >>> these tires did not grip well in snow. they were short as far as tread compared to other models. they made for a rough and noisy ride. >> they could be faked. the company that owns the brand says they have stopped using the chinese factory that made the tires three years ago. a letter from the chief operating officer says many of our molds were missing and we have no idea who made the tireors what they put in them. "consumer reports" bought the tires from the website www. www.tireseasy.com . >> we contacted the importer and several government agencies and unfortunately no one is owning respons
ABC
Nov 23, 2014 6:00am PST
china can cost far less than better-known brands. consumer reports included three 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 suv-truck tires consumer reports recommends cost more than $150 each. so a $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 bought the tires from the website tires-easy.com. its president says the tires came from an
ABC
Nov 18, 2016 6:00am PST
manufacturing from china to the united states. this is according to the nikkei citing "unnamed sources," and some say apple should go for it. >> it would be good for apple to move manufacturing plant to the united states to help create more jobs for us. why like the idea of the price doubling...but the consumers would still buy the iphone even with the price officer. >> you do? >> yes. it is a good product and good: easy to use. it is reliable. >> president-elect donald trump said on the campaign trail he would try and force apple to make the products in the united states rather than china. apple has not commented on the report. >> a new report shows san francisco is very good for certain type of business owner. >> jane king has that story in the money report today. >> jane? >>> good morning, san francisco stands out for two types of small businesses. it ranks number two in the nation for female-owned businesses. and number two for business owners age 55 to 64. overall the foundation ranks san francisco 4th best in the nation for small business owners. consumers are getting a break on
ABC
Sep 9, 2016 6:00am PDT
activity in the area. china is not standing by the actions and china is considered one of north c.i.a.'s biggest allies so it is big news. secretary of state john kerry condemned the tests along with important world leaders with much more through the day and on "good morning america." a protest could impact your commute for urban shield a huge law enforcement event in the east bay. amy hollyfield is joining us with the latest. behind me, this gate at the pleasanton avenue entrance for ace train station is now closed. we have video to show you of this doing this at 5:45 surprising some commuters but some say they have been announcing all week this is going to happen and people were going to have to use the gate on angela street but some say they were not sure what to expect. i figured the 5:30 train...though are probably not up and i hope by the evening it is all gone. the closed the gate at 5:45 and he had to google urban shield a training exercise for law enforcement and first responders at the alameda county fairgrounded all weekend long starting at 8:00. some do not like it a
ABC
Mar 12, 2014 6:00am PDT
between mission rock and china basin streets and one resident watched from his mission channel apartment and the fire got worse before it got better. >> i am not terribly inconvene conferenced. they have opened up a channel on 3rd street. the biggest concern is a lot of construction is happening here so i would like to find out what happened and make sure it doesn't happen again. >> salvation army and red cross opened a shelter but no one showed up and many people say they were staying with friends and family and they served, though, 800 meals to emergency workers and many of the side streets are open to pedestrians but the cars are not allowed? some spots especially here on 4th street as they continue to put water on the building and we are going to keep updated and get that update from firefighters and police at 7:00. >>> abc7 news viewers have sent us photo of the fire. this picture was shot at 7:00 last night as the happy was approaching oakland airport. this photo shows the huge plume of smoke with flames rising into the san francisco skyline. look at how the fire looked f
ABC
Jun 16, 2014 6:00am PDT
with his son and he felt and struck a rock in the french alps last year. >>> in china three people have been sentenced to death over a deadly attack at tiananmen square last october when a car plowed into a crowd and burst into flames killing five people and injuring 40 others. the chinese government blamed the incident on militants and 400 people attended the public trial and the footage from china central shows the suspects wearing orange vests. >>> >> the wait is over for american soccer fans. the united states opens up world cup play against ghana that the coach considers a "must win" because they start out in the "group of death," four teams are the united states and portugal and germany. >> they have 38 percent chance of advancing. >> winning a world cup is not realistic so the beautiful thing is, it is unpredictable. >> team u.s.a. has lost to ghana the last two world cups but it is unpredictable. >> tough to be in the "group of death." >>> world cup fever reached the bay area with viewing parties over the weekend and the live day because was on the plaza with watch parts th
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Apr 28, 2017 6:00am PDT
from china. i am getting all the details and i will have that next. >>> tonight at 11:00, the abc7 i-team takes you deep into the emerald triangle to uncover a dark secret among the marijuana fields, and law enforcement and counselors tell us women are sexually assaulted by pot farm sexually assaulted by pot farm workers, and why it's so >>> new at 6:00 a.m., check out the jail video from illinois, and two officers attacked and hurt by prisoners at the jail. it happened in the maximum security section as the sheriff's officer tried to secure a door. the attack did appear to be premeditat premeditated. >>> a flight from china headed to the united states had to make an emergency stop. it turned around shortly after takeoff all because of a possible bird strike. they may have hit some bird and then reported engine trouble. this tweet is a chinese news outlet. you can look closely on the screens and you see flashes. the flight was headed to beijing to detroit this morning and they reported engine trouble so they had to turn around. the flight was taking off from beijing making its way to
ABC
Dec 23, 2015 6:00am PST
california. >> in china this morning, doctors are trying to save the foot of a 19-year-old migrant worker found alive 60 hours after a massive landslide. he was pulled from the rubble early on wednesday in the southern city of china stuck in the debris since sunday's landslide swept through the manufacturing company overtaking 33 buildings in an industrial park. 90 people are still missing. >> the sierra is bracing for more snow and the holiday weekend and you can see, from video provided by the highway cameras there are chain requirements on interstate 80 and highway 50. >> good news for the first time in years, the california snow pack is higherren that average for this time of year, the department of water resources said the state at 110 percent and northern sierra at 116 percent of normal and central sierra at 121 percent, and last year it was half of those numbers. >> that was yesterday. we are at 32 james for the entire winter season. now, everyone, dog walking and bicycling and running boater than yesterday but, still, chilly and breezy and the dry air could burn the lungs w
ABC
May 14, 2016 6:00am PDT
made in china, but how about the ones saying made in san francisco? lofts things, made here and they are celebrated all weekend as part of sf-made week. >> a new shipment just arrived. >> this is our fabric warehouse. >> >> a new shipment just arrived. >> this is our fabric warehouse. we have fabric from all over the world. >> part of the cut loose clothing factory. on operation that makes and ships clothes all over the world. >> some years ago it would have been lucrative to go offshore, but china has become more expensive and san francisco more efficient. >> everything you make starts off-white? >> pretty much. >> nothing goes to waste. >> this is one of the most popular colors. we call is mesabi. >> cut loose isn't as unusual as you might think. by one estimate, there are some 650 businesses manufacturing in san francisco, employing as many as 5700 people. >> you don't necessarily have a college degree, you aren't going to go work for a big tech company and it provides them to -- with with a steady job. >> that's the mission of sf-made, a nonprofit supporting the manufacturers. >>
ABC
Sep 27, 2014 6:00am PDT
controversial. we have the story. >> he might be he china's most well-known dissident. arrested in 2007 for tax evasion. his passport was confiscated and he can't leave the country but he's making his voice heard around the world through his activism and art. alcatraz, once known as one of the world's most notorious prisons, is doubling as a gallery for his pieces. the exhibit is called "at large." >> this is an amazing place to activate. what an incredible history it has. it's a place of detain meant, it's a place of protest. >> the curator traveled to china to bring some piece back. she said his creations are meant to raise questions about human rights. for example, the display with wind includes a giant paper dragon and kite. >> it represents power and freedom but they are displayed in a building use ford prison labor. >> if one person who comes to the exhibition comes away with a better understanding of what freedom really means, this project will have been a great success. >> another work is made entirely of legos. more than 1 million pieces, the faces of prisoners. many detai
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Mar 10, 2014 6:00am PDT
the south china sea was not from the flight. >> we have not found anything that appears to be an object from the malaysia airlines flight. >> the family members were told to prepare for the worse. an american passenger, philip woods' mother is shocked. how it feels to lose a son at the aim of 50 is devastating. i know in my heart that he is with god. >> authorities say military radar suggests the plane flying from kuala lumpur to beijing may have been turning around before it vanished but there was no may day or communication and the plane was at cruising altitude. >> that is a really, really really safe place so it makes the mystery that much deeper. >> an urgent investigation is underway to identify two individuals who boarded the flight using passports stolen in thailand with the tickets appear to have been bought around the same time and perhaps the two coordinated. >> authority could not answer why they were able to board the flight using passports reported stolen. >> mechanical failure or pilot error or terrorism seem to be the possibilities. >> democrat party members are b
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Jan 26, 2015 6:00am PST
but they may not be for everyone. >> drastic measures against a deadly strain of >> china cracks down on misbehaving passengers who act out with a lifetime punishment. stay tuned. the major pressure fire has roads closed and homes evacuated with the latest continuing the coverage and become after the when the flu hits, it's a really big deal. the aches. the chills. the fever. an even bigger deal? everything you miss out on... family pizza night. the big game. or date night. why lose out to the flu any longer than you have to? prescription tamiflu can help you get better 1.3 days faster. that's 30% sooner. call your doctor right away. and attack the flu virus at its source with prescription tamiflu. tamiflu is fda approved to treat the flu in people 2 weeks and older whose flu symptoms started within the last two days. before taking tamiflu tell your doctor if you're pregnant, nursing, have serious health conditions or take other medicines. if you develop an allergic reaction, a severe rash, or signs of unusual behavior stop taking tamiflu and call your doctor immediately. children and
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Nov 11, 2013 6:00am PST
leave the country to take part, china's largest retailer has a sale today and it specifics to sell $5 billion worth of goods, bigger than cyber london -- monday and black friday >> amazon announces a new deal with the united states postal service. starting this week the post office will deliver packages to consumers on sunday at no extra charge. this is not available in the bay area. amazon is trying the service in los angeles and new york first before expanding next year. the postal service is exploring similar deals with other retailers. more postal service news, they are moving in with staple with counters inside staples location to provide shoppers with a one-stop shopping option. the staples store in south san francisco is one location taking part in the pilot program. the retailer is the first company to take part in the postal service partner, -- partner expansion program. >> apple is designing new phones with bigger screens with curved glass. bloom business is reporting two models planned for release next year have scenes of 4.78" and a.-- and 5.5". >> a diet product is being
ABC
Apr 17, 2015 6:00am PDT
greece and china has new regulation on trading and that is weigh on the stocks in the united states. apple will build two more solar farms, this time in china and they have a few in the up, and, apple bought forest north carolina. >> 40 percent of coupon users still useed paper saying shopers have not taken to the digital coupons. >> another study shows some of us never go on vacation. who are these people? 19 percent of americans do not take vacation. 25 percent of americans take at least two a year. late april is the rhyme time to book the summer vacations. back to you. have a great weekend. >> same to you. >>> shape up to be a beautiful weekend in the bay area. >> absolutely changes are on the way if you liked the sunshine we are seeing it being displaced by clouds at the coast they will spread across our neighborhoods as we head through the weekend. check out the winds, fairfield and sfo are not blowing out to the ocean but they are blowing in toward the land pill and a light sea breeze is developing and this is what it looks like: summer. from mount tamalpais you can see the fi
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Jun 6, 2017 6:00am PDT
that we know governs our lives. >>> brown signed agreements with china's government in two provinces two fight climate change together. he also reiterated the need for u.s. states to step up and take the lead on the issue. >>> happening today, the santa clara county board of supervisors will vote on a climate change agreement. the board plans to reaffirm its commitment to fighting climate change and call for other count crea ies to do the same. the board meets at 9:30. much of the south bay is at significant risk of sea level rise because of climate change. >>> developing news in the london bridge terror attack. british police have identified the third terrorist as youssef zaghba, a 22-year-old moroccan man from italy. he's the man you see on the right. he was well known to police as an isis sympathizer. the other two terrorists were identified as khuram butt and rachid redouane. all three were shot dead after they killed seven people and they killed seven people and injured 40 others on saturday. >>> people across england stopping what they were doing to honor the victims.
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Apr 15, 2014 6:00am PDT
in north america. scientists found smog from beijing and china and india drift over the pacific ocean affecting the cyclone system. we noticed that the form of cold are winters and storms we have seen hit some areas of the country. the pollution changes wets patterns around the world. >> i had a chance to see the smog in bejing and it is impressive. but not in a good way. >>ing for like that here if the bay area. it will be beautiful. it will be clear. >> we have a necessary forecast ahead us and we will look from our east bay hills camera, and that is gorgeous. we are waking up to those low cloud layers and because of the pacific northwest throwing it out wear we will burn off later this morning so expect to see the clouds lingering until the afternoon. our satellite shows the returns are moving across the peninsula into the east bay with no precipitation involved and we not going to get rain if the weekend and early part of next week and looking toward san francisco's downtown skyline the cloud layer is not showing the stops of the building discovered in fog. some reduced visibility
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Mar 2, 2015 6:00am PST
china. he is the first senior british royal in a generation to make an official visit to mainland china. the duke arrived in beijing yesterday after a four day stay in japan. he will have a meeting with the chinese president and a stop in shanghai and round out the trip in myammar on wednesday. >> promise season is almost here and for the 12th year in a row dresses are given away to bay area teens in the "princess project," and has supplied 20,000 dresses since 2002 to bay area girls in need. many girls return after high school as volunteers. >> they have come for get a dress and they volunteer after high school or help set up and pay back for what they received from us before. >> year was the first of four give aways in san francisco and the girls must back an appoint online and bring a valid i.d. to get a dress. march 7 event is full but there are appoints march 15 and march 21 with more information at abc7news.com. >>> a mystery in san francisco. police are on the hunt for someone who swiped recipes right out of a popular bakery. the bake house is known for delicious muffins ma
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Jul 23, 2014 6:00am PDT
controversy in china. this 72' high puffed unanimal was set up in a beijing pack but immediately met with mockery on chinese sole media. some suesers compared it to firm chinese president. the chinese state run media has deleted all reports on the toad. the communist party controls the internet in the country and regularly removes arms that criticize the senior leaders. >>> the morning news continues at 6:30 with the top stories. >> hundreds pack into a hear to upgrade the refinery while they make a new pitch. >> former secretary of state hillary clinton returns to the bay area. >>> president obama is in town. we will tell you where he is going to be and when you can plan your day coming up next. >>> live doppler 7 hd shows it is quieter this morning and tracking drizzle for the only commute and hot temperatures in the seven-day outlook. >>> in the traffic center, lucky number 13 is 13 minutes getting you across the bridge to head into san francisco out of emeryville and traffic is moving. we do have big events over the weekend and it will cause color traffic impacts with the details comi
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Jul 8, 2014 6:00am PDT
showrooms, service centers and charging facilities in china. he is demanding $4 million in compensation. the businessman registered the right to tesla name in china before the carmaker entered the country and tesla is responding to the lawsuit and a spokesman says the big man is the one attempting to steal the carmaker's property. >>> now a check on the weather. >>> the clouds multi layers unlike normal so it will be a different time that it leaves us. i show you a beautiful picture of the monsoon moisture that brought us a beautiful sunset in livermore. thank you, christie, for sending that to twitter. love the pinks from the clouds. always looking for great perks of mother nature. >> half moon bay has half mile visibility. the marine layer is out there but not hitting the reporting stations. patchy drizzle is possible. it is winding down, as we get deeper into the morning. the temperature right now headed to bart, low-to-mid 60's and lafayette and concord and pittsburg and walnut creek and dublin, everyone else in the mid-to-upper 50's so it is comfortable, or stuffy this i'm of year.
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Jul 6, 2015 6:00am PDT
tvs on wedding recommending strikes ratherren that latest china. "usa today" said retailer best buy found 76 percent of couples would prefer to register for an ultra hd tv rather than a new formal place setting. past buy is not alone in adding tech to the registries. amazon and target let you add dids and video >>> you can see on registry the nintendo. >> yes, and the big tv is so were betterren that the china which just sits there taking up space. >> we use ours once a year. maybe. maybe once a year. i would like the money back. >> weather is different this morning. >> it is. it is humid for our standard and a little bit of that is in the follow of drizzle so watch out for that and it is showing up a light shower to possible over the coast and the next these hours it will stay over the ocean while the rest of us the drizzle will dry around 9:00. flags get llitch like this and then you can see they are picking up with the winds blowing from the ocean and that is warmer than normal into the inland neighborhoods and the breezes are picking up this afternoon from 2:00 to 9:00 this morn
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May 8, 2016 6:00am PDT
correct. we have developing news out of southeastern china whereas 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 tore weary of possible landslides brought on by heavy rain. >>> a fire in canada weeks to put out. it's forced nearly 100 be thousand people from their homes. it's destroyed 1600 structures. firefighters are facing dry and extremely windy conditions. >> and the his muslim mayor. city has more than 1 million muslim. 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 next can drug lord el chapo is at a new prison closer to the united states. he was transferred from mechanics san city prison to another just across the border from el paso, texas. they said it will be easier to e
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Mar 8, 2014 6:00am PST
traffic controllers lost contact with the malaysia airlines flight over the south china sea last night leaving the fate of 239 people in doubt. >> reporter: malaysia airlines flight mh 370 with 239 aboard broke radar contact in mid-air bound from kuala lampur to beijing. the airline says it lost touch with the boeing 777 200 aircraft about two hours after takeoff reportedly over vietnamese airspace. the ceo of malaysia airlines made the grim announcement on its facebook page saying we deeply regreet we have lost all contact with flight mh 370. the airline said there were 14 nationalities among the 227 passengers. three americans, including one infant. >> we are doing everything that we can to ensure that every possible angle in this situation is addressed. >> reporter: experts say the circumstances are ominous. >> this is very rare. for an airplane to disappear is not normal. i think we have at this hour every reason to expect that this is not going to be a good outcome. >> reporter: so many questions swarm around this mystery. the beijing airport initially listed the flight as delayed
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Jul 7, 2016 6:00am PDT
with. up to 3 feet of rain is possible in taiwan and china with that super typhoon. back here at home, just mist and drizzle. sfo, so far no arrival delays even though you can see some cloud cover hanging over the peninsula. clouds will vary. still no summer heat. damp morning tomorrow and especially saturday and then cooling will ease next week as temperatures try to rebound back to average. sfo 16, fairfield 20. if you're riding the ferry, i see one coming at me, 15 to 27-mile-per-hour winds there. let's take a look at our cloud cover for today. you can see it's getting a little thinkinger. notice the green through about 9:00, possibly 11:00 at the coast. at noon, cloud cover still p. it will hope up a little bit this afternoon like it did yesterday, but it keeps us xwra at the coast, feels like spring everywhere else. we'll start in the south bay where we don't even make it to 80. closest that we get, los gatos at 79. on the peninsula, mid-60s to upper 60s. along the coast, upper 50s. look at downtown san francisco, only 61 degrees today. not much warmer, 75 san rafael. along the e
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May 24, 2016 6:00am PDT
and lt. governor. rose pak has has been in china o have a kidney translaboratory she helped rebuild the chinese hospital and has been a behind the scenes influence. now she is back pak will focus on a housing project. >> and now, there will be unlimited rides for the summer >> an investigation is underway after san francisco state was accused of racial bias in hiring practices. >> an apologize from facebook after this photo was pulled, the surprising reason em ♪ they go ooh ooh. ♪ hey! ♪ they go oh-ooh-ooooh. ♪ sitting, watching, waiting, wishing. ♪ ♪ i tell you one thing, you never knew it. ♪ ♪ at the back of the bus ♪ there is so much to give, so dream big. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ get down, get down. >> most of us are warmer this morning than yesterday and we start in the so the bay up to seven degrees warmer than this time yesterday. from los gatos at 48, to 53 in s
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Jan 26, 2016 6:00am PST
ticket resale price last night was $5,100. for the game. >> markets are holding and china was down 6 percent. we are positive with the dow up 126 and nasdaq turned slightly lower because of a fed meeting and we find out what they will do with interest rates which we picket will be nothing. >> thank you, jane, happy birthday. >> head over heels over your better half? do not wait until valentine's day to let them know, tell them today because it is "national spouse's day." work, kids, egg gets in the way of our best intern leaving our spouses feeling like they are taken for granted. take time today to let your spouse know how much he or she is appreciated. mike? >> how did you know i picked a fight with my week last night so we can make up today! >> hallmark card. >> that sounds like a made up holiday but congratulations. >> now, talking about what to do trying to get the teenager up and out the door. no chance of rain. but a chance of fog. look a rain bow of colors developing, you have to be on mount tamalpais at 2,600' to see it. fog is increase through 9:00 and then we transition to
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Feb 8, 2016 6:00am PST
economy. we saw europe and we cannot blame china the markets are closed all week for the lunar new year. >> and now, on the bay bridge it is getting better. the early sig-alert has been cancel at the toll plaza because of an overturned crash that was blocking the car pool lanes can my last report message crews have cleared but, hurt overunfortunately, it is backed through the macarthur maze up to highway 24. also, we will take you to a few more hotspots checking out the maps, southbound 880 jammed from 238 all the way to tennyson because of a big-rig accident blocking the left lane and early crash has been cleared from the high-rise but it is just a crawl backed up to 888, as well. westbound 80, it looks like they may have cleared some of the crashes and it is orange rather than red. that is good. drive time is improving. it was an hour from cartinez bridge to the macarthur maze. a motorcycle crash reported with very red slow traffic out of livermore and i will check out the drive times for you, as well, and i will check on the website and a new accident reported on westbound 80 ne
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Jun 8, 2015 6:00am PDT
former government employees may have been stolen. officials think hackers in china are behind the attack. >> happening today, a man with ties to marin county heads back to court in iran. 39-year-old "washington post" correspondent jason rezaian faces the second day of espionage trial today. he was arrested back in july along with his wife and two photojournalists. all of them were released but for rezaian who is charged with espionage for collecting information about the cup's domestic and foreign policy issues. if convicted he faces 20 years in prison. >> clean up crews are making progress after last month's oil spill in southern california. oil and tar washed up on 96 miles of beaches after a pipeline burst in santa barbara county on may 19. state officials say 44 percent of those benches are now clear of oil. there have been no reports of dead animals in the past three days another very promising sign that the situation is improving. >> hospitals around the bay area appear to be sharing in the joy of tiled birth. according to our media partner local hospitals all say they are s
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Oct 13, 2016 6:00am PDT
points and disappointing economic news from china. it is causing people to be concerned about about the health of the global economy. >> trip adviser no longer selling tickets to animal attractions, experiences like elephant rides and swimming with dolphins over concern for the endangered species. they did six months of research into various tours before they made the decision. >> haunted houses and hay rides getting more elaborate and many small players cannot afford the businesses. there is in. government regulations. and rent. an expert said that unless someone puts $100,000 into the attraction, and $30,000 to market, it is tough to make it. haunted attractions are pulling away visitors. >> starbucks has a you it drink part coffee and part beer. the espresso cloud is joined the evening menu around the nation as the first technical cocktail. they say the drink has been a year in the making. it seems like you are miss, an upper and a downer. your know what to think about that. >> interesting. >> cheers. >> alexis, you have been busy. >> you are displaying how i am feeling, where do you
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Dec 24, 2014 6:00am PST
pending for officer liu waiting for reallies to arrive from china. >>> breaking news in sonoma, one person was taken to the hospital after an early morning fire at an apartment complex. it broke out on civic center drive after midnight. witnesses say one person inside the burning building was recued by firefighters. most of the damage was to a second floor unit. one first responder and possibly two were treated on the scene. there is no word on injuries or the condition of the people taken to the hospital. the red cross was called to help. >>> a holiday tradition in san francisco needs your help. lefty o'doul's is holding the 14 the annual toy drive for local kids. amy hollyfield is at lefty o'doul's this morning with more. >>> good morning, we have christmas caroling here this morning. the kids are from different groups, different youth groups including third baptist church, and look who is singing with them, the fire chief, we have the police chief, they are setting the mood here at lefty o'doul's because they want to encourage you to give. this is a good one. this is what they wa
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Nov 21, 2013 6:00am PST
reported he could be the next united states ambassador to china. the current ambassador announce ed his resignation adding fuel to the rumor, too he is if trial on a business development trip. however, a friend of lee says that the rumors are "fewer san francisco speculation," and other contenders include former state comptroller a major fundraiser for president obama and was rumored to be up for the job in 2008. >> bart's board will schedule to vote on the contract for the two largest unions and it could be rejected. the vote is days after the discovery of a medical leave provision that bart says was included by mistake. both youngs say they are willing to meet with transit officials along with the mediator to work out the differences but they have a condition that bart must ratify the contract first and then they will meet. amy hollyfield is talking to bart ride others and worried about another possible strike and will join us at the bottom of hour the. >> the independent legislative analyst is predicting a brighter future for california for the first time if a decade california will
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Oct 18, 2015 6:00am PDT
in china. >> we look forward to help the innovators manufacture in san jose. >> for her it made sense. it's 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 roof cam. below normal temperatures today. but just today. frances dinglason along shortly with the full accuweather forecast. ♪ ♪ it took the rockettes years to master the kick line. but only a few moves to master paying bills on chase.com technology designed for yo
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May 21, 2014 6:00am PDT
cause cancer. >>> petco will stop selling dog and cat treats made in china by end of the year after the treats were lamed for deaths of a thousand dogs and 4,400 other pets getting sick. investigators can not determine the cause. america america will have more on the story at 7:00. >>> fbi could be getting ready tolessen up the pot policy for employees. fbi director announced this week that the agency is having trouble recruiting talented computer programmers because too many like smoking marijuana. he needs to hire a work force to compete with cyber criminals but some of the kids want to smoke weed. f.b.i. policy bars employment to anyone who has smoked pot in past three years. >> will she or won't she run for president? that is the question hillary clinton will likely face when she sits down with diane sawyer interviewing june 19 coinciding with the release of clinton's new book. many think the book is setting up an announcement for a run in 2016. the former secretary of state is the leading democratic contender. after the interview, robin roberts has the first live interview june 10
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Sep 7, 2015 6:00am PDT
bay hills we are looking at a clear china and calm conditions and we will have hot sunshine everywhere dead but if you are at the beaches watch out for the dangerous serve especially the southwest-facing beaches much it will be clear with the dry air and look of clouds and the breeze means we are pulling back to comfortable levels. we have near record warm the tomorrow when, and at least open thursday. if you wake up right now in menlo park and woodside, it is 9 and palo alto is victim and foster city is 52 and redwood city and people moment and san mateo and san bruno mid-to-upper 50s fists oakland is at 55 and 57 in san jose, and san ramon and fairfield and mill valley, at 51 and the cool spot is half moon bay at friday. that is when you know there are no clouds. our winds are light and variable and that will help us jump into the low-to-mid 90s in the south bay with san jose at 93 and the hottest spot is goal provide pushing triple digits and you will get there tomorrow. mid-to-upper 80s millbrae and san mateo and low-to-mid 90 for the rest of the peninsula and 75 at half
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Dec 21, 2015 6:00am PST
area, this is abc7 news. >> this new drone video shows the aftermath of a landslide in china. 91 people are missing. the slide buried dozens of building in an industrial park in the southern city that is across the border from hong kong. an area of the size of 13 1/2 football fields is covered with 20' of mud. 900 people were evacuated. >> surveillance video captured a robbery that did not go as intended. a man walked into a store in florida and demands everyone empty their pockets and the cashier hides two customers grab the would be robber and beat let and hold the robber on the ground and tied his shoe places together until the mess arrived. he had a loaded gun in his waistband and will face a judge today. all the mother of the affluenza teen wanted for parole violation is on a miss pens list and new is part of the investigation into the sent for ethan couch. the wanted poster was issued on friday and they are offering $5,000 in exchange for couch's whereabouts convicted of manslaughter. his defense? he was raised too spoiled to know right from wrong and did not get jail time
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Jul 7, 2014 6:00am PDT
. people are mourning and remembering the victims, they teen students from china died, two the at scene and a third in the hospital five days later. 187 other passengers were injured when a plane clipped the seawall and crashed and caught >> a daughter watched the crash knowing her father was on the plane. >> i tried not to let the outside voices tell me my dad didn't make it. >> many people saw the crash happen from millbrae that is popular with plane spotters. a year later the memories are still hard to talk about. one pilot did not want to give her name cannot talk about it. >> we saw the entire approach coming in and we saw it hit the seawall and i thought everyone was dead on the plane. >> some passengers are still recovering if severe injuries. >>> we are following breaking news, a major road shut down after a crash. we will take you back live to the parkway. >> as the amendment's d the a's and giants are ready and we have more on that. >>> we have traffic problems throw the bay area all coming up in hey, if you could be any dinosaur, which would you t-rex. that's dumb, cuz when y
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Mar 1, 2015 6:00am PST
victims of japan's earthquake 20 years ago. next up, china, to help stop the illegal dragged of elephant ivory. >>> new details, the oakland radars are thinking small when it comes to building a new stadium in the east bay. according to our media partner the contra costa times, they want to build a stadium with 55,000 seats in oakland. that was the smallest in the nfl. it would keep costs down and cause ticket prices to stay low. he would like to keep the team here but the team is also planning to build a joint stadium with the san diego chargers outside of l.a. if it fails to secure the stadium deal at home >> excitement in san jose as the earthquakes take to the soccer field for the first time at their new stadium. yesterday the team tested out their new privately-funded $100 million home in an exhibition game against the l.a. galaxy. the european style horseshoe stadium seats 18,000 people and has a canopy roof and the steepest seating it in the league to optimize viewing. >> beautiful. we are so excited. >> we have seats pretty high up but the view is great and it still feels like yo
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Feb 4, 2016 6:00am PST
on paid leave. officials reported it to police and china protective services. they also sent a let are to the parents, and gonzalez was arrested on tuesday. >> a man akilled of stabbing a c.h.p. officer in the folk is scheduled to be arraigned. the stabbing happened when the officer confronted the man near a homeless encanment in san francisco on tuesday morning. the suspect was arrested an hour later. the officer underwent surgery for life threat being injuries and now is in stable condition. the suspect was booked on attempted murder, aggravate assault and resisting arrest. >> a san francisco man stabbed in the tenderloin last week has died. homicide is looking for witnesses to the fight that led up to the death. the attack happened outside a fit club at sutter and take already -- taylor street. the victim is 25-year-old joseph razzo, 29, people analyst and popular deejay. so for police have made no arrests. >> look at the screen, police need your help to find this man, joseph b-o-r-j-e-a-n-n. seen leaving his home, a white man, 7-year-old, 5' 7" and weighs 200 pounds wearing a w
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Nov 11, 2016 6:00am PST
chinese media outlet a china southern airline plane hit a tow truck. there is no word if there are injuries but you can see the image, the truck is smashed. the plane is an airbus with two decks and maybe damage to the bottom underbelly but it looks to be to the trick. the crash happened two hours ago, the images just coming in, with the latest at the live desk. >> an accident in downtown san jose has affected our family and claim the life of a pedestrian. two members of our news term were parked at city hall and a car and truck crashed. a man walking at 4th and santa clara was hit and killed. our reporter and transferor suffered minor injuries, taken to the hospital. a man driving a car was taken and custody and alcohol could be a factor. >> story that aids last night, police said they arrested this man for trespassing in a we restricted area at mineta san jose international airport. to happened at 1:00 a.m. yesterday. we just found it on he it it all the way on to the airfield before he got arrested. the area was briefly short down for inspection. no flights were affected. he is
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Oct 5, 2015 6:00am PDT
being detained in april after crossing the border into north korea from china. he is a permanent resident of the united states and was livering in new jersey and constituted dig at nyu and traveled during a semester and went to north korea after an unsuccessful attempt to find work in california. governor brown signed legislation allowing people on pedi permitted by the city. the bill applies to those with up to 15 riders would place new restrictions on drones including flying over public schools during classes and another gives firefighters immunities for disable drones flying over emergency situations and the third would make it a misdemeanor to intentionally fly a drone over a prison or saying there is little public benefit. >> this gives new meaning for watch dog, the 20-pound jewels jumped into action with the family of bears entered her southern california yard. can you see her on surveillance video barking and chasing bears out of the yard and over the fence. >> she was not having it. i could not believe she turned into a wolverine. >> the bears have been coming around sin
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Apr 22, 2016 6:00am PDT
video from china. take a look. >> treat weather event that who is scared me...did you see that? it is a person. a dust devil that slammed for an elementary school in the middle of a included school yard and it tears through the students throw debris and, also, picking up a by as you can see high into the air, the students did survive and the witness said that a huge whirl wind was form asked she tried to catch the boy. it did not. it only lasted two or three seconds and the students fell to the ground. just incredible. >> reached 100' at one time and they have head injuries but expected to survive. >> health news, when you travel do you have a testify time falling asleep on the first night? do not blame the sheets, the lack of sleep may have something to do with our britain trying to catch up with the new environment. half of brain will remain alert when you sleep in a new place. on the first night. this could help, bring your own pillow to remind you of home. the study is published in the latest "occur. biology." >> where do i put that pillow in atraveling. >> on plane. >> i used to wh
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Apr 25, 2015 6:00am PDT
today to benefit our workers when our economy is in the position of new global strength, then china will write those rules. i've seen towns where manufacturing collapsed, plants closed down and jobs dried up and i refuse to accept that for our workers. because i know when the playing field is level, nobody can beat us. >> the president said any deal he signs would be the most progressive trade agreement in history with strong provision for workers and the environment. >>> one is being held a hero for saving the life of an airline passenger having a heart attack. abc7 news reporter david louie said this is actually the fourth time this good samaritan has responded to a heart attack victim. >> a 76-year-old man was having a heart attack at one of the gates. his wife was screaming. what would you do? if you are there and you witness it, you never forget it. if you are there and you witness it and you jump in as a courageous bystander, you know you do your part. >> los altos business owner, mike, stepped in and did cpr performing chest compressions as shown in this video. this video is from
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