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Jan 9, 2016 6:00pm PST
family is from china and now in the bay area as investigators search for her. police were supposed to reply to china friday morning, but -- rather, she was supposed to fly to china friday morning but didn't board her flight. >> catching an uber-ride will be cheaper. the company is lowering price biz 10% in san francisco while si cities in the east bay and south bay will see a 20% cut. we were at san francisco airport as doeses of divers protested the cuts and an uber-spokesperson says this is the slow season to they're dropping fares. prices will be in eight indefinitely. >> a gun show in dally city is show gun owner and enthusiasts and organizers expect double the normal crowds do to recent proposals by president obama for more restrictions on gun sales. >> reporter: this morning's rain did not stop thousands of people from checking out the gun show here at the cow palace. some concerned about new gun initiative biz probe appropriation others worried about their permanent safety -- personal safety. >> good ammo for a good price, he bought ammunition for use on the firing range. some
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Dec 22, 2013 6:00pm PST
concern about with the mars rover curiosity. >>> what a new deal with a huge mobile carrier in china means for apple. >>> why a man who recently lost his mother felt compelled to buy presents for a classroom of kids >> apple has given itself an early christmas present, announcing a deal with china mobile to offer the iphone to the company's customer. china mobile this world's largest carrier by subscribers. the deal with give the company access to the 163 million users, more than twice the population of the united states. apple sold 23 million phones in china this year and analysts believe they'll sell another 15 to 30 million next year. >>> with this work on the bay bridge over, massive crane barge left the bay area today, headed for new york. what is officially known as the left coast lifter was taken under the bay bridge. the lift helped build the suspension span on the eastern span. tug boats will drag the barge down the pacific coast, through the panama canal and on to new york, where it will be put to use building a new bridge. >> the wheels on nasa's curiosity rover are showin
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Oct 29, 2015 6:00pm PDT
massive balloon was >>> today, china ended it's one child policy and exceptions have been rare and sometimes subject to penalty. this has to do with a shrinking work force in china. abc7 news looks at how the old rule created an adoption boom and how a family of four will change china's economy. the policy has been in effect over three decades, couples having a child usually prefer a boy. nearly nine out of every ten chinese children have been girls, nearly six #,000 in all. the new two child policy will be a major change. >> glenn silver is from adoption international, one of the agencies araininging for americans to adopt children from china. >> they have to have a girl, now there is an opportunity to have a son. that only seems to matter in rural areas now. in some cities, girls are fine now. >> reporter: experts say china has a reason for ending the policy. the population would shrink overtime, meaning a smaller work force. >> without that additional pool of labor, it would be rough and hard to take care of the older generation. >> the old policy allow parents to spoil single c
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Feb 10, 2015 6:00pm PST
isis. >> and china's wealthy elite snatching up bay area homes. how far local realtors are >>> nbc is suspended anchor brian williams for lying about his experience while covering the iraq war. his unpaid suspension will last six months this month he apologized for stating he'd been on board a army helicopter hit by a rocket propelled grenade in 2003. a group of military pilots revealed williams was on a different helicopter. >> police confirm they've made two arrests in sydney after foiling what they call a terrorist attack. authorities say they don't know what or who, the target might have been they seized a recording and flag a hunting knife and machete. >> for the first time tonight we're hearing from family and friends of kayla mueller. the 26-year-old arizona woman held hostage by isis. she left behind a letter and tonight, abc reporter karen travers has more on the life that ended too soon. >> there are many questions about the tragic death of kayla mueller. her family received a private message from their daughter's isis captors which included photographic evidence of her body
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Jul 21, 2015 6:00pm PDT
bay area the changes coming our way in my accu-weather forecast. >> a family in china breaks into pieces while being ship add cross the country. insurance claim, denied. then, paid. >>> among those given audience with the pope some faces from california. wab wayne freedman is in the newsroom with the story. wayne? >> the vatican this morning and chimit change. maybe the most-pressing problem. >> we have fierce opposition and blind dissertion. >> that is jerry brown, one of many leaders who held the pope's ear for ten minutes today. ed lee used the platform to announce an end to heavy duty trucks and buses. >> this will reduce green house gas emissions by over 60%. and costs will be reduced. >> this day had a more lofty ambition. >> humanitarian. >> brother charles told us about the pope's goals for ending climate change. >> climate change affects the poor most and firstly and drives them to desperate means. >> that is wayne freedman reporting. thousands of bay area residents had an earl hi wake up call after a 4.0 earthquake hit the quake's epicenter was two miles northeast of fre
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May 11, 2015 6:00pm PDT
china, shipments of smart phones have fallen to less than $100 million the group says the market is saturated by the iphone six made apple the number one seller. >> a slow down in china has wall street worried. nasdaq is down by nine. and olive garden has come up with a plan to win back customers, going to take bread sticks and make sandwiches with them. >> that is interesting. >> just ahead how safe are those self driving cars? >> a well known catholic nun makes an appeal for mercy tonight. >> and speeding through the dmv. can it happen? michael finney is up one of the driverless vehicles on bay area roads, accidents have never been disclosed until today. and it's other drivers causing those accidents. abc7 news has the numbers. >> google has been logging 1.7 million miles now, they're being tested on streets and highways, finding out how many accidents has been difficult. >> sometimes this may be valuable and offer important contributions that under scores why now? it's essential everything is on the table about the testing. >> and bay area residents agree facts should be public.
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Dec 18, 2013 6:00pm PST
about popularity of a new set of drugs. >> yes. coming mostly from china you can often buy them legally. but dea says they can cause >> war on drugs fought mainly on the streets. >> go. coke, crack, heroin. >> san francisco police sargeant is a veteran markics officer who knows the turf well. >> a lot of people use drugs >> the war evolved to perhaps a difficult marketplace. with a new set of drugs. the battles are being fought by federal agents. both at the internet and airports and post offices they try to identify their compounds. >> this one they call blue berry. >> blue berry. >> most being produced from china, india and pakistan. most popular mimic bath salts and marijuana. stimulants that affect central nervous system. they're marketed under labels like mr. nice guy and barely legal. >> we're seeing them as club parties and marketed towards young teenagers and adults. >> bruce is with san francisco office of the drug enforcement operation. he says research indicates they're dangerous. >> this can have affect on young peoples brains. >> the drugs are difficult to catch. many have
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May 13, 2016 6:00pm PDT
area business watch. that is how much money apple has sunk into uber's biggest rival in china. this largest single investment it's received. the dow plummeted 185 points. >> tesla is adding an inventive to buyers, giving a tax waiver if they come to the fremont factory to pick up the vehicle. state officials hope they'll spend money on tourism and makeup for lost tax revenue. >> we're used to labels that say made in china, but how about made in san >> reporter: a new shipment just arrived. >> we have fabric from around the world. >> it's part of the cut loose clothing factory. it makes and ships clothes from around the world. >> 10, 15 years ago it would have been lucrative. >> rosemary says china is more expensive. >> everything you make starts out white? >> pretty much. >> nothing gets dyed until ordered. >> this is one of the most-popular colors. we call it wasabi. >> cut loose isn't unusual. there are 650 businesses manufacturing in san francisco. employing 5700 people. >> who don't necessarily have a college degree and to provide them with a pathway to a steady job. >> that is
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Sep 21, 2014 6:00pm PDT
china's long dong province. current san francisco mayor ed lee and former mayor, willie brown, joined the official chinese delegation. all are celebrating governor brown's official signing of the newly twinned friendship between california and the province. >> each time the state of california forms a partnership or working relationship with the operation in china it only says good things. that is one of the largest economies in the world, and they seem to be making san francisco and california in particular, their trading partners. >> the state of california and the province of china have pledge e pledged to strengthen ties on trade, technological innovation, clean energy, education, and tourism. >>> it's been near lay month since a 6.0 quake rocked napa and today results focused on healing emotional wounds. some took advantage of free yoga, massage, and other activities aimed at healing frazzled nerves. >> still ahead at 6:00, a new report rings the alarm on san francisco's growing ambulance response crisis. >>> a post mysteriously pops up on joan rivers' facebook page weeks
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Mar 20, 2014 6:00pm PDT
michael finney, the tri of a 17-year-old girl stranded alone in an airport in china after the airline cancelled her ticket. >> stay with us. >>> a teen-age's girls first trip overseas without her parents was a dream come true but led to a scariest moment of in her life. >> when traveling there are many thing that can catch you unaware. she was stranded because of a policy and some season travellers don't know about. this 17-year-old won't for get excitement of the first trip to china. >> i like traveling. and this time, without my parents. >> they went as part of a student exchange program. it was thrilling, until she tried to get back home. . >> i went to check in for my flight. >> jessica's friends got boarding passes, pu cathay pacif pacific said her seat was sold to someone else and the flight was full. >> the next flight home was two days away >> i was worried about where would i stay for two days? >> jessica watched her friends boarded the plane without her. >> i walked around with my luggage. >> she stayed all night in the terminal. she knew a girl who was advise writin
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May 3, 2017 6:00pm PDT
is handing it off to traveler david knapp who will take it from here to china. david looks over the bag's contempts, just to make sure he knows what he's responsible for, in this case, shoes, clothing and assorted items. and for taking that bag and delivering it to china, david gets $150. >> it's basically just like having a piece of luggage, it goes through customs just like everything else and i will meet an air mule rep on the other side. we do the handoff. i ensure that he's an air mule employee, we he's often wearing branded clothing and he does an inspection and that's it. >> reporter: david could make even more for taking two bags to china and bag for $600. >> a lot of young people just carry on, so they have these two checked bags that are part of their ticket that are going unused. for them it's almost free money, because they might be traveling to china for work, they might not even be paying for their ticket, the company might be, so any money for unchecked luggage space is just money in their pocket. it's like the uber for shipping then? air mule says it can be cheaper a
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Apr 2, 2014 6:00pm PDT
their money together to see their relatives in china, others are those who saved for a very long time. all of them bought their fake tickets, unfortunately, at the amuse travel agency here at chinatown and at a branch office in millbrae. by the way, this is very similar to another big fraud case in chinatown years ago. it happened six years ago here in chinatown. angry clients gathering at the abandoned office of a travel agency trying to get their money back. more than 100 mostly elderly chinese defrauded when they bought fake tickets to china. now it's happening again. >> of course very upset, i cried. i was so week the whole week after i knew that -- the closure of the business. >> reporter: this woman does not want to be identified but she is the victim of a fraudulent travel agency operation. one of more than 100 people who have filed reports with police. captain joe mcfadden showed us an enormous flowchart. bottom line, losses totaling more than $260,000 so far. mcfadden says their main suspect is raymond shu. he aruptly shut down his chinatown office. captain mcfadden said it w
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Jul 24, 2017 6:00pm PDT
, right? did you watch last night on hbo with the rock? today, in china, adored by thousands of fans who just >>> now sports with larry beil. >> good evening. steph curry now making a splash across the globe, although a much more subdued fashion. on his promotional tour with underarmor in china. spent the day in curry has one more city in china before going to south korea, and he tries to make the most of each stop. >> going to a different city every time we come, and get those different experiences and reach as many fans as possible. just being here for my first time, it's been a really cool experience. they are quick trips, but we try to do a better job of trying to understand the chinese culture and what that really means. >> and kevin durant in new york city today, part of his charity initiative. durant has fixed up eight courts or courts in eight cities. this was 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. >> kyrie irvin wants out of cleveland, but derrick rose
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Feb 19, 2017 6:00pm PST
in while you are sleeping. >>> 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 honor goes to the lego batman movie at $34 million. the great wall was third. john wick chapter 2 and fistfight round out the top five. final holiday weekend box office numbers are out on tuesday. that is it for abc 7 news at 6:00. we'll continue to track these storms. our next newscast are on at 9:00 and 11:00. you can follow us online with the latest updates. have a good night everyone. tomorrow's the day besides video games. every day is a gift. especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto... a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto
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Aug 31, 2015 6:00pm PDT
from the white house. it has been selling cars in china since last year, china prohibits foreign auto makers from manufacturing cars there unless there is a chinese partner. ford and general motors has partners but tesla does not. according to "wall street journal" they want president obama to raise the issue when he meets with chinese president at the white house next month. >> residents on lombard street now have help in patrolling the crooked section. their job is to help keep tourists safe from cars while taking pictures. >> they're walking backwards down the street they're going to be there to shepherd that process. >> reporter: they're also there to deter crime. they won't carry weapons. the crooked part of lombard street has seen an increase in break ins. >>> if you're a golden state warriors fan you won't have to drive so far to see them next month. the warriors announced they'll play their opening game in san jose. the game against toronto is more than a month away. first 10,000 fans will get a bobbel head of steph curry wearing a sharks jersey. >> those look cool. >>> there
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Nov 27, 2015 6:00pm PST
give kids a chance to sleep longer. >>> coming up on abc7 news at 6:00 it's opening day at china peak mountain resort. the difference interest in one year. >> how ohio's governor is targeting jim harbaugh throget three free giftskend with selected mattress sets! save up to $300 on beautyrest, posturepedic, even tempur-pedic! plus get up to four years interest-free financing! sleep train's thanksgifting sale ends sunday. come happy birthday. i just had a heart attack... and now i have a choice. for her. for them. and him. a choice to take brilinta. a prescription for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin ...no more than 100 mg. as it affects how well it works. it's such an important thing to do to help protect against another heart attack. brilinta worked better than plavix. and even reduced the chances of dying from another one. don't stop taking brilinta without talking to doctor. since stopping it too soon increases your risk of clots in your stent, heart attack, stroke, and even death. brilinta may cause bruising or bleeding mo
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May 24, 2016 6:00pm PDT
businessman in china. >> this is a fabulous wealth and murder. the defendants were represented by lawyers who said they needed more time to review the case. some friends of the victim appeared in court but they did not want to talk to >> the mother and brother of the murder suspect tiffany lee attended the arraignment but left without saying a word. the three suspects appeared in court, charged with killing green, lee's former boyfriend and father of her children. >> allegation a firearm was used by one party involved. >> abc7 news learn that had green died from a bullet wound to the neck. his body was discovered dumped on a small road. green disappeared april 29th. he went to the pancake house, reportedly to meet lee to settle child custody issues. sources tell abc7 news tiffany lee is the daughter of a rich, powerful family in china, living in in mansion, her mother bought in hillsborough. saturday morning a s.w.a.t. team converged on the home and broke through the gates and aested lee and her current boyfriend. green and lee had a split when she began affair with bayat. busines
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Jul 12, 2016 6:00pm PDT
of china, working out in reparation for the summer olympics then, afternoons he's holding clinics spending time with young fans. one of his hobbies happens to be photography. he's been taking shots in china and people are taking a lot of shots of him. tim duncan retired yesterday. spurs held a news conference to recognize the future hall of famer. he was nowhere to be found. his long time coach talked about a truly unique player the spur. >> stayed late and was there for every person. and that is who he was. so he's irreplaceable. >> a's getting ready to deal away a bunch of players, the team is apparently not going anywhere as long as the commissioner has his way. saying if we are to leave, we'd be more likely than not saying we made a mistake. >> many pacou is returning from what could best be described as a brief sabbatical. the only complication seems to be fitting in training with his duties as a congressman back in the philippines. major league all star game, johnny cueto gave up two runs. we'll have highlights at 9:00 and 11:00. >> thank you. >> join us tonight at 9:00 on c
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Nov 13, 2014 6:00pm PST
. ends sunday. know better sleep with sleep number. wrapped up a visit to china, the chinese have been accused of breaking into our nation's weather network. the cyber attack caused a short shutdown and raises serious questions. abc 7 news reporter david louie looks into how it happened and why. >> reporter: the break-in happened on noaa's weather network but the agency is not saying what, if anything, was lost nor whether hackers manipulated any data. >> the data the satellites gather, the images, frepressure data, sea surface temperature data, that goes into the computer models that we use. >> reporter: when the security breach was discovered noaa took down its computers for repair. the images and information collected by satellites are vital to making accurate forecasts. once inside a network hackers could bring it down making all data inaccessible. the hackers may have lurking for months. nine months is not unusual. a ceo of the data security firm malware bites in san jose. >> so they're monitoring traffic looking for connections, seeing what administrative privileges they can esca
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May 12, 2014 6:00pm PDT
have spent three months in china. >> it's about creating really great value for the consumers that are buy proing duct. that means that we need to be manufacturing in large quantities. >> made in china sold in the bay area. >> barbara walters has a permanent place in broadcast history and walters is retiring this week z today, abc news headquarters building was renamed in her honor. walters was the first woman in co-anchor a network newscast. she hopes to be remembered as an inspiration to women. >> not the interviews with presidents, nor heads of state. nor celebrities, nor even the sterlings. if i have a legacy and said this before, i mean it so sincerely. i hope i played a small role for many fabulous women here tonight. >> she has. abc news will look back at her incredible career in a special friday night at 9:00. >> what a career she's had. let's talk about the heat. >> spencer is keeping an eye on all of that. >> heat is on. it will be for a while. sunny skies after a warm day. another hot day, across the state highs into mid-90s from chico down to los angeles and palm springs l.
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Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm PDT
down a cliff at china beach leaving him clinging to the rock face. a rescuer dropped in from the chopper and harnessed him in and flew him to safety. firefighters say the man is safe and refused treatment for his minor injuries. >>> fake gold and silver bullion have always been for sale, but a flood of fake silver dollars has hit the market. >> reporter: carter collins is the owner of collectible coins and jewelry in mill valley. >> fake, yeah. >> reporter: these are all fake. he's showing me the difference between real and fake silver dollars. do people bring in fake coins and not know they are fake? >> these were all brought in one at a time. none of the people knew they had them. they'd come back from a trip to china or vietnam. >> reporter: online i found plenty of coins and metal bu bullion for sale that were listed as fake, plated, commemorative and antique imitation. many could be passed off as the real thing to the untrained. >> we've had people that kind of suspected that it might be fake but it's like too tempting for them to not buy it. it's really all over the map. mo
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Nov 27, 2013 6:00pm PST
many things that are just not real. >> reporter: to get there have you to fly from china. a trip to north korea and back can cost as little as $2,000 and as much as $10,000. now, one thing bothering many is that moment you arrive, they keep your passport. you get to, it back when you leave. >> that is unnerving. >>y. nobody likes to surrender their passport. thank you very much. >> millions of people are traveling tonight. most of them going by car, up next heading out on to highways for a look at get away traffic picture. >>> a busy day at supermarkets. maybe you tried shopping. lines forming at 6:00 a.m and last minute rush for a thanksgiving meal. >> live doppler seven hd, looks like weather offering us something for which to be and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the importan and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear.
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Aug 22, 2017 6:00pm PDT
the two games played in china against the minnesota timberwolves. the defending champs will spend a week in china before coming back to the bay area. >>> derek carr is the highest paid quarterback in the league. protecting your carr is paramount. carr has to be very happy to learn his left tackle could end his holdout this week. penn only allowed one sack of carr last year, but it ended carr's season. the raiders will kick off the regular season in 19 days. they need donald penn in camp. then they have to figure out how to make him happy. he's under contract for $5.9 million but wants a bump in pay. >> he's our teammate. he want to work hard to be together. it's more than just football. we want to be there in his life with him. so it would mean a lot. obviously i would love it. >> in baltimore, the the the the outfielder boog powell met the legend that operates boog's barbecue. they're not related at all, they just share the name boog boog bb nice. we'll see if the magical day of boog continues. a's and ofx's. everything coming up boog today. next batter is lowery. the a's take the
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Jul 25, 2017 6:00pm PDT
by another 40% by 2030. governor brown says china and other states are replicating what's happening here. i'm leslie brinkley, "abc7 news." >>> a major vote today on capitol hill. the senate can begin to debate proposed changes to american health care. >> tonight, what it took just to get us to this point. plus -- >> that night plays back in my head over and over again. >> it was one night that's now led to a lawsuit against draymond green. >> i'm spencer christian. the fog is back, which off means cooling. but we have a warming trend coming our way. i'll have the forecast coming up. >>> the sprawling macy's store here could be on the way out. i'm jon at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet, we've created access from at&t. california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits may qualify for home internet at a discounted rate of $10 a month. no commitment, deposit, or installation fee. visit att.com/ac
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Mar 30, 2014 6:00pm PDT
foremost experts on china called him a selfless man. >> a man who had absolutely nothing personal to gain from this activity. nothing. on the contrary, he put everything he had at risk. including his job. and even his life. >> he later received several awards from israel in recognition of his humanitarianism. >>> it's time to get a check on the weather with leigh and what we can expect to wake up to tomorrow. >> i think much of the bay area will notice a big change tomorrow. thickening clouds, increasing rain. could be heavy at times. and very gusty wind. live doppler 7hd picking up little moisture so a nice break today. the high country still seeing just a few light snow showers here and there, but really looks like the snow will pick up for those folks as well by lateness afternoon. our san jose cam showing you a thickening cloud scenario over downparts. san jose, 69. 58, half moon bay, and from the view from -- our sutro cam, we're seeing the golden gate bridge, ma -- marin headlands. and here's a look from the mt. tam cam. you see clouds hanging over the berkeley hills. right now. the
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Apr 12, 2015 6:00pm PDT
earned 800 million worldwide in just two weeks thanks to its popularity in china, brazil and other nations. dreamworks home came in second with 19 million. rodeo romance, the longest ride debuted in third with 13 million. get hard, and cinderella, round out the top five. >>> long list of movie is still need to see. that's its for us at 6:00. thank you for watching. see you at 9:00 and 11:00. i love my mileageplus® explorer card. we're saving our united miles... ...for a trip to hawaii. we love free checked bags. i've saved $75 in checked bag fees. no foreign transaction fees means real savings. we can go to any country and spend money the way we would in the u.s. one of the best things about priority boarding is you can just get on the plane and relax. i put everything on the explorer card. i really want my united miles. >>> hello everyone, i'm lizzie bermudez. welcome to bay area life. the place where lifestyle, interests, food and entertainment come together. there's so much to explore. on today's show, the fun begins with some exercise. i'm trying out one of the latest fitness
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Jan 10, 2016 6:00pm PST
opening weekend in china. leonardo di caprio's movie, "the revnant," came in second. and and the amy rounded out the top. >> clouds moving in from west to east and there's chance in the next couple of hours, spotty drizzle. future weather. tonight, overcast. the chance there is for nip to see spot showers. tomorrow morning, 4:00, in the morning, still that chance is there. even to the morning rush tomorrow, by 6:00, it's very light in nature and out of here at least through the lunchtime. the accuweather forecast shows -- we'll track the sprinkles. tuesday, just a chance in the north bay, wet and breezy on wednesday, then a quiet work week thursday and friday before some light rain on saturday. so, i think shumann, good to see "star wars." >> actually, i can tee it off. >> you're going to play golf at "star wars" senator holy smokes. >> all right, gentlemen, that's it for abc7~news at 6:00. see you again at 9:00 and 11:00. and for updates on any major sometime sometime, downloads or abc7 news and enable push alerts for immediate notifications. >>> hi, everyone, welcome to "bay area l
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Mar 8, 2014 6:00pm PST
plane 12 of the employees from malaysia. four more from china. >> stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage. our reporting continues now on our web site, abc7news.com. on our facebook page, and on twitter. >>> a store owner in vallejo recovering from being shot by robbers. it happened at discount news and cigarettes on springs road. the man was taking the cigarettes out of his van when three men approached. they took a box of cigarettes and then shot the man in the leg. the men drove away in a dark honda civic type car westbound on springs road. >> some workers in sonoma county say they're sleeping with one eye open after a rash of tests targeting the trucks they drive which are fill with valuable tools. jonathan bloom is live at the petaluma police department where they're investigating. reporter: if you drive one of those big ford commercial vans or trucks with ladder racks or toolboxes on the outside, thieves are cruising neighborhoods looking for that. police say you'll get your truck back but the tools nids will likely be gone. >> the lock was gone and this was still the same.
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Jun 29, 2014 6:00pm PDT
china. the top five were all returning movies. that is it for abc7 news at 6:00. thank you for joining us. >>> right now, more than meets the eye with mark wahlberg. >> i think the audience will be thrilled. >> road trippin' with melissa mccarthy and susan serandon. and celebrating summer so cal style sglit will be mellowed out. >> we are laying out the red carpet now. ♪ welcome to "on the red carpet" from the holister house in sunny santa monica, california. i'm rachel smith. this is the ultimate spot to enjoy so cal this summer with fashion, music and fun. we will show you what stars have stopped by. but first, let's take you to the big e red carpet in the world. it was rolled out a mere 7,000
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Oct 11, 2015 6:00pm PDT
are forcing the airlines to process customers manually 0. >> passengerses on a flight to china say they were stranded at sfo after a seven-hour delay. they had to turn back over the ocean because of a fuel problem. passengers arrived back at sfo around midnight and had to wait until just now to take off. it's a story you'll see only here on abc7 news. cornell, did that flight actually take off? >> not so far. one passenger tweeted me that new flight bound for hong kong delayed 30 minutes. it's been a very long 24 hours for frustrated passengers. they've been camping out here at the airport. tonight they're telling a story about a scary flight over the pacific. >> come back for now, a little short of runway. make sure there's nothing wrong. >> audio from sfo's control tower indicates the 3:00 a.m. sunday landing of the flight was anything but routine. emergency crews were standing by. this aircraft inspected for a fuel leak before proceeding to the gate. marcela and several other passengers were on the flight from sfo to hong kong saturday afternoon when it return to san francisco f
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Aug 6, 2016 6:00pm PDT
today and has a three-stroke win, at the summer olympics the u.s. crushed china in basketball, 119-62. the kevin durant scored 25. this sports report has been brought to you by orchard supply hardware. >> next on abc7 news at 6:00. getting hands on at the zoo. the event that celebrates the people who have made learning about animals so much again! again! again! again! again? again! again! general mills is removing artificial flavors and colors from our cereals. so you can love cereal... again! >>> join us on kofy tv 20. swimming, cycling and rung. after nearly 4,000 miles one student finishes what could be a historic triathlon in the bay area, and then at 11:00 on channel 7. >> [inaudible] >> a matter of heart. a bride has a near stranger walk her down the aisle. >>> a popular summer exhibit at the san francisco zoo celebratessed its 40th year today. nature trail is a path that wine -- winds through the children's zoo. volunteers from the last four decades reunited with a special luncheon and live music. many have gone on to other jobs at the zoo. the nature trail is open every day
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Mar 27, 2016 6:00pm PDT
would be responsible for getting ahold of the manufacturer. the bags say body made in china." employees toll us they removed all the pink easter grass from the shelves bull still selling the yellow version. they said none of the bags appear to have any blades in. efforts to reach the corporate office were unsuccessful so no answer as to how the razor blades made their way inside the package. a scary discovery for one dollar tree thank you. er. -- doctor tree customer. >> breaking news, crash involving several cars has left one person dead. the appeared happened on guerrero street between 18th 18th street and 18th street. guerrero street is closed so police can conduct their investigation. we'll have more information on this newscast and throughout twitter, follow abc7~news bay area. >> happening now, san francisco police are asking for your help in finding this man. 57-year-old perez reyes, a resident of anchorage, alaska. he has the mental capacity of a six-year-old and speaks limited english help was visiting the city with his caregiver when she left perez with her boyfrie
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Jul 15, 2017 6:00pm PDT
lead which is held by china's fung. she had a one under par 71 and has the lead going into tomorrow's final round. so the leaderboard has fung on top at nine under, then troy and yang. christy ter tied at 8th place. >>> 37-year-old venus williams was trying to become the oldest grand slam. the last time she won was in 2008 when she beat her sister, serena. this ball seemed to surprise her by landing in bounds. first set 7-5. venus well to win a game of the second set. this was championship point. venus's return is ruled to be long. mug rusau wins 7-5,7-5,7-5,7-5,, last year she knocked off serena to capture the french open. >> for me it was a challenge to have her growing up. in fact, it's something incredible. i was so excited to go there and then win, especially over somebody like role model. >> there's a change at the top in the tour de france. 112 mile trek was won by australia's michael matthews but italy was fabio loses the lead and the yellow jersey goes back to chris frum. he's trying to win his 3rd straight tour de france and his fourth overall. but top stories is giants mad
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Aug 1, 2016 6:00pm PDT
of china during his 19-year career with the bureau. >>> a poll by cnn finds 52% of registered voters would choose clinton. clinton gained seven points in the first poll after the democratic national convention, compared to trump's six-point increase after the hill's running mate held a rally since accepting the nomination and spoke tonight. >> our best days are still head of us. >> republicans focusing on ohio, mike pence quieted the campaign rally crowd that booed a woman asking how he can tolerate what she called donald trump's disrespect of american service members. trump is in ohio, kicking off a week of campaigning with an event in columbus, suggesting the general election may be tampered with. >> i'm afraid the election is going to be rigged. if i didn't win by a massive landslide. >> khazir khan is being compared to cindy sheehan, after she stage aid week's lo long protest in 2005 demanding to meet with him. p a statement released today she says, quote, have sympathy and empathy and i'm sorry their grief had to be used by the democratic party and attacked by the candida
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Nov 22, 2013 6:00pm PST
the left against brandonry. os. the fight in china. fighters weighed in today big stakes for packman. a145 pounds. lost last two bouts including a brutal knock out. rios, 146.5 only lost once, looking for a career defining victory. they needed a one-day extension. raiders sold out sunday against tennessee. rookie matt mcgloi will be looking a second start at quarterback. he was out a shoulder injury. 37 receptions for 569 yards. in team leading five touchdowns. 49ers rewarded quarterback with a four-year, $16 million contract extension. is guaranteed. some terrific cover skills. and it's clear niners with this contract, use him as a starter going forward. today marks one-year anniversary of one of the most infamous plays known as the butt fumble. it was a new york jets loss on thanksgiving day but the game was highlighted or low lighted by mark sanchez running into his offensive lineman's >> thanks larry. >> join me tonight at 9:00 a hackathon controversy. two men walked away with a prize y some say they should have been disqualified. >> police ripped this man from his seat b
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Jul 1, 2015 6:00pm PDT
pleaded guilty but with a separate charge linking him to china town group, to another indicted in the case. >> he associated and helped in the transfer of guns, the attempt to purchase ten kilos of cocaine and conspiracy to commit murder. >> now leland lee and the other three defenders will face sentens ranging from four to ten years. >>> in contra costa county, state and county officials showed off a sting designed to catch people from posing as licensed contract yoofrs made over a hundred. >> one would think though could spot him from a mile away, when a man who said he was a contractor knocked on their door and said he could save the magnolia tree for $600 they trusted him. >> i wrote him a check for the whole amount. >> he did, i don't know why. >> when bill found out he was ripped off he was embear ased about it but still went to the district attorneys office and that's where he found out he is not alone. >> he's a good talker. good salesmen. he's talking a lot of people into it and a lot of people are handing over their money. >> at least $62,000 to this man who possesses as
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Aug 18, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. >> men fly from europe, australia, china and american men fly there to buy 5-year-old girls and 10-year-old girls for sex. >> andy began volunteering with christian groups helping children around the world. he was in yu beganeda when realizing he wanted to do more. >> it struck me we're only working with boys i asked a local where are the girls? and he said they're all being trafficked. >> andy ended up in a town where 90% of the girls, 90% under 13 years old were being sold for sex. he volunteered to make videos like one for a group called agape international missions. agape spent a decade fighting sex trafficking. this girl says she was 12 when forced into prostitution. >> he took me to the house. yes. and guys are coming. a day, maybe five. they pay like $20. >> bella and another girl were rescued by agape. the after care program helped them rebuild their lives. >> right now, i know i'm better. >> agape launched a wave of programs designed to change the culture that made it acceptable to sell children. here in the bay area, members of andy's church raised money to support the work. t
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May 7, 2014 6:00pm PDT
demand is expected to grow more as the palo alto based company expands sales to china and the united kingdom. plans in the works for a new battery plant and this will mean adding emmoiys the turnout on saturday caused highway 880 to be closed. there is a spill over affect. fremont worried about the loss of 5,000 jobs when numi shut down. the economic development director didn't return our call the manager at red wing shoes says a representative stopped by one day to arrange for emmoiys to buy work shoes there. >> they have other things to deal with. so two miles down the road it's nice to partner up like this. >> saying they got hurt when numi closed. >> people have been picking up again. >> you must be happy. >> yes. >> mer people. we hire again. >> investors looking for better results may see them next year when no mission yet of a sedan. >> neighbors in one community on the verge of louse losing local hospitals voters rejected a parcel tax that would have helped fund doctor's medical center. >> homeowners pay $98 to keep that hospital open. now being asked for $200 on top of that.
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Mar 31, 2015 6:00pm PDT
it on china a researcher reported today that 10% of the smog comes from chien yachl the valley has some of the worst air pollution. but the researcher says it's realizing local air and pollution is a global issue. >> this next story has to do with haves and have-nots. haves are homeowners with ability to install charging stations. and there is a campaign for workers. >> don't don't have charging stations. >> if it were more accessible it would make it easier to get electric cars. >> the company with 150 charging stations have trying to install 10,000 of them. this turned into a major turning point. this removes a hurdle, but they need to install ten of them. >> when doing construction, they're doing an array of ten spaces that are prewired. rather than one that meets their needs today. >> this allows tenants to have their own charging station as $40 per month. still, there could be road blocks. >> the home openers association won't allow it. >> right. >> there are two events to sign up tenants. then based on demand, the company will negotiate. in san jose abc7 news >> nice day thou
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Jul 13, 2015 6:00pm PDT
music. >> it is optimism and promise of youth. they come from new york, china canada. >> heard them rehearsing and it's like angels singing. you can't tell what choir is from where. everyone sounds unified. >> it might be surprising to learn they're here for a competition. the only one of its kind in the united states. kids have been practicing for this for a year. >> this weather is different. >> it's about more than just the notes they're singing. they're beginning to make friends with this language in common. >> good and awkward. >> i used to sing higher. >> i want to work for nasa. so i can sing in space. >> in oakland abc7 news. >> that is so wonderful. >> looking at clouds but mainly blue skies. you can see the trail followed by sunny skies and tomorrow, a warm day. highs 91 in sacramento. 95 in froes know. 107 in palm springs mild to warm with highs in the mid to upper 60s on the coast. sunny skies inland. highs approaching 90 degrees tomorrow here is the accu-weather forecast. wednesday, thursday the warmest days inland. highs in mid-90s, temperatures moderating friday and f
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Dec 2, 2016 6:00pm PST
pursued the so called one china policy since 1979 when it shifted recognition from taipei to beijing. today, he deliberates on filling his cabinet. >> we have a great cabinet. it's coming and wait until you see what we have next week. >> hillary clinton's popular vote lead topped 2.5 million. >>> here in the bay area, president-elect's trump's campaign talk of building a wall is scaring residents in silicon valley. >> they should be aware to use that information. >> my husband sometimes has six jobs to pay rent. >> san jess yeah officials say undocumented residents will be treated the same and there are no plans to round people up. >> tonight on "shark tank" a bay area couple says they have the hottest new way to cook food at home. >> we're having a beef chili with bacon and cheddar. >> if you want good food, it helps to work here. a company making a gadget for cooking. there is one thing she hadn't done. >> my name is lisa. this is my husband. >> i was nervous. >> the first ever home immersion circulate yoeted >> we put in at home ones. >> it work was pots and skipper bags and there
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Mar 27, 2017 6:00pm PDT
, and hiking trails throughout the bay area. we go to where china camp state park is struggling with the number of volunteers needed to make repairs. >> reporter: when laura showed up today, as the sign says, the trail leads straight to a mud slide, courtesy of our february rainstorms. >> hopefully crew also get out and keep the trail open, but it's mother nature and i respect what happens. >> we'll be lucky to have the shoreline trail open by the summer. >> reporter: mark mckee is a nonprofit that took over operations from california in order to keep the park open during the 2011 state budget crisis. >> we don't get any funding from the state of california. all of our revenue, everything that comes in to keep the park open and operating comes from the people who use the park. >> reporter: during the past few drought years, post winter storm cleanup has only cost the park a few thousand dollars, but because of all the rain, those costs have gone up exponenti exponentially, in fact the park may end up spending more than $100,000. washed out trails and sliz makee it hard to keep up wit
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Apr 24, 2015 6:00pm PDT
performs surgeries at mills peninsula hospital. >> doctors in china. >> techniques are constantly improving with an explosion of research. even growing sexual organs in a petri dish. >> that is where we're headed? >> you know. >> how gratifying to do this work? >> i'm the luckiest person in the world. i get to bring happiness to people. >> you can see the passion in her work. she says is more than 90% success rate but definition of success can vary greatly. nine states require it is covered by insurance. >> abc7 news.com you'll find excerpts on the bruce jenner interview. you can see the special here on abc7. tell us your thoughts on abc7 news facebook page. following the interview at 11:00. my conversation with a family that knows how difficult transitioning can be for a transgender person. find out when the youngest boy in the family says he's a girl. see how it takes a family and community to make it work. >> a life saving moment. coming up, quick-thinking actions of one man in an airport. >> how he >>> mun is getting an up grade starting tomorrow. they include new signs and ne
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Sep 16, 2016 6:00pm PDT
there is suspicion a driver in china was killed in january while his car was on auto pilot. >> house financial services committee launched an investigation into wells fargo. employees opened millions of accounts without customer approval. the committee will call on the ceo to testify this month and requested documents related to controversial sales tactics. stump will answer to the senate banking committee on tuesday. >> coming up next a call that says your child has been kidnapped. >> next they're warning a school district sending out to parents. >> a change to jury duty that can save a county $50,000. plus... this california woman won big in las vegas. when you hear the odds she >>> the phone rings and a person says they kidnapped kwur child and are holding them for ransom. that is the terrifying phone call some parents have gotten. >> leslie brinkley has the story. >> it's called virtual kidnapping. for it to happen twice in the last few week s prompted a warning here. they called the middle school and found out their child was safe and in class. then it happened again.
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Sep 29, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. >> china considers the former economy to be a semi auto nomus region. >> abc7 news is here with the story. sergio? >> we've seen demonstrators in the middle east using twitter. the new form of social media all allows smart phone users. >> this weekend, thousands lit up their smart phone in a modern show of solidarity. >> 100,000 new fire chat accounts created in 24 hours. >> this is the ceo of the company behind fire chat. the app was just launched. he is watching it being used in hong kong. >> obviously, in situations of crowds and protests this is very appealing but it's not the primary intent of the app. >> in hong kong, when there is a skrichish, front line protestors are helping them shield themselves from police. umbrellas. >> to protect themselves. >> charles chung showed me a camera in chinatown. it's a show of solidarity. a street demonstration continues, supporters worry beijing won't back down. supporters here this weekend hope that doesn't happen. >> in san francisco, abc7 news. >> u.s. led forces carried out a round of air strikes in syria today. u.s. intelligence thoug
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Jan 22, 2014 6:00pm PST
all diet sweeteners world wide. most currently comes from china. stevia popped up in 1995. in 2008, the agency added stevia to the list recognized as safe. because stevia has only been in u.s. market a few years only a couple hundred acres have been planted across the country. 100 acres were harvested near fresno. the leaves are spread out to dry as soon as harvested. then, shipped overseas for processing. stevia first hopes to grow hundreds of acres here in california. they plan on refining it here, too. >> so what we're doing at stevia first is working to expand stevia leaf production in california creating a more reliable global supply. >> now, stevia hopes to have sweeteners available on shelf later this year. >> things still looking the same. clear skies and look what is moving sort of into our direction. a storm not going to reach us but generating a huge wave heights. 29 feet. some swells going reach bay area friday. high surf. we have a high surf advisory in effect in this area for west and northwest-facing beaches good news for surfers from mavericks surfing event. 62 into
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Mar 14, 2016 6:00pm PDT
shipping container is from china. wong says it likely carried everything from clothing to toys, now, air conditioning, heat, wi-fi and adjustable desks. areas are covered with sound insulating leases range to $3200 a month, wong says they're designed to be earthquake ready. once this will be 30 feet up. and the company is working to build in other parking lots. maximizing space in a city that needs it. >> lift is now partnered with the metropolitan transportation commission to organize carpools that had been separate from individual rides. drivers will get an incentive for carrying carpoolers. lift is now compiling a wait list of people interested in taking part in the program. uber is testing it's own pool. >>> in 10 days we received a big dose of el nino-inspired weather and are stilldaling with the aftermath. now, the story of pot hole problems that have resulted. sergio? >> reporter: they're all over the place. caltrans came through and started filling in pot holes. now, crews are finding out across the bay area. marcos reyes showed us his parent's blown out >> they just can't d
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Jan 29, 2014 6:00pm PST
to a china based group. that is less than $12.4 billion paid in 2012 kpt is keeping most of the mobile patents the main reason they've picked up the company. motorola lost nearly $2 billion since google took over. >> the federal reserve says it will scale back its program. $85 billion into bonds to keep interest rates low. another $10 billion today. this decision made in as the chairman on friday. his successor is expected to continue scaling back the bond purchases to 0 by end of the year. stock prices fell after the decision was announced. dow lost 189 points. nasdaq off by 46. s and p down 18. >> there is more still to come here tonight on abc7 news at 6:00 deep south, deep freeze forcing thousands of people to bed down in their cars and classrooms. >> end of a nightmare at sea. a cruise ship returning home with 700 sick people. you're going to hear from them, next >> and a s one of the besis that millia is that millions of people will qualify for financial assistance. it's important to remember that the lower your annual income, the greater financial assistance you will rece
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Jun 23, 2014 6:00pm PDT
fire in china basin this march. that was ruled an accident but quickly grew into a five-alarm blaze, causing millions in damage. many fires set over the last few weeks have been at construction sites at the lumina development. four fires have been set. someone was able to sneak into the already-completed garage and set fire to this mercedes-benz. police say the man arrested today has been ruled out as a suspect in that blaze so the investigation continues and any help is appreciated. >> if you see people loading around that shouldn't be there based on your knowledge that is one thing to look at. if you see someone carrying containers. >> workers at some sites tell us they've added security guards and installed more surveillance cameras. there is a coordinated effort to stop whoever is setting these fires. in san francisco, abc7 news >> two-story home in orinda considered a total loss after flames raced through today the fire broke out just after 6:30 inside of this house on terry lane. it's in the sleepy hollow area of the city. three people escaped without getting hurt. firefighter
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Sep 5, 2014 6:00pm PDT
always wanted to he see in person. >> china's alibaba group is becoming an ipo planning to sell 123 million shares with the rest being offered by early investors ien including yahoo. apple is alerting users when there has been an attempt to restore i cloud data on a new device. and let's go back to that breaking story the bus crashed into a building looking live from sky 7. this is burbeck avenue and 18th street. >> what can you tell us? >> this is a result of a stolen vehicle the bus tried to veer away and ran into a house. >> eight people were on the bus we're still confirming that. the driver was taken to the hospital as well as passengers. thee occupants did not sus sane serious injuries >> what about the driver of the stolen vehicle? >> the driver is still outstanding. but think we have a good identification on him. and the passenger is taken into custody. one of the gas leaks has been capped by richmond fire department as well as pg&e. there is no need for further issues >> thank you. we appreciate it. also, sirana guzman. are you there? >> yes. >> thank you for coming on this
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